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MILITIA-Continued.

Art.

Sec. Page. right of states to maintain.

2d amend. 39 MINISTERS—appointment of...

2 2 31 jurisdiction of courts over.

3 2 32 reception of....

2 3 31 MISDEMEANORS—trial of officers for.

2 4 32 MONEY-appropriations of......

1 9 27 power to borrow.....

1 8 24 power to coin and regulate value of.

1 8 24 receipts and expenditures of, to be published... 1 9 27 states not to coin gold or sflv r...

1 10 27 states not to make other than coin legal tender. 1 10 27

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NATIONS-commerce with, power to regulate..... 1

law of, offenses against, power to punish.... NATURALIZATION—citizens by, to be citizens of

United States and states where they re-
side..

..14th amend.
uniform rule of, congress to establish.

1 NAVAL FORCES-rules and regulations for.

1 Navy-commander of, president to be.

2 congress to provide and maintain.

1 NEW STATES-admission of....

4 formation of, restrictions on..

4 NOBILITY—titles of, states not to grant.

1 titles of, United States not to grant.

1. NOMINATIONS-to office, by president..

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OATH OF OFFICE-of president...

2 1 what officers to take..

6 3 OATH OR AFFIRMATION-Constitution, to support...

6 3 officers bound by..

6 3 warrants to be supported by

4th amend. OBLIGATIONS-existing, ratified.

6 1 incurred in rebellion, void.

11th amend. OBLIGATIONS OF CONTRACT-laws impairing, states not to pass.....

1 10 OFTENSES-against law of nations, power of congress to punish.....

1 8 persons not to be put twice in jeopardy for....5th amend. reprieves or pardons for, president may grant.. 2 2

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Art.

Sec. Page. OFFICE-acceptance of, from foreign governments. 1 9 27

holders of, not to accept presents, etc., from
foreign kings, etc...

1 9 27 oath of....

6 3 36 qualifications for, religious test not required as. 6 3 36 removal from, on impeachment..

2 4 32 senators and representatives, ineligibility of, for other.

1 6 22 United States officials, ineligible to certain

1 6 22 vacancies in, when president may fill.

2 2 31 OFFICERS-commissions for..

2 3 31 executive, opinions of, president may require.. 2

3) house to choose.

1 2 19 inferior, congress may vest appointment of.

2

31 militia, appointment of..

1 8 25 oath, to be bound by.

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36 removal of, on impeachment.

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32 senate to choose....

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2) United States, appointment of.

2 2 31 disqualified for certain offices.

1 6 32 OPINIONS—of departments, when given.

2 2 3) ORDERS, ETC.—to be presented to president.

1 7 23 ORGANIZING MILITIA—congress to provide for.

1 8 ORIGINAL JURISDICTION-of supreme court.

3 2 33 OVERT ACT-necessary to treason.

3 3 33 PAPERS_security of, from unreasonable searches. . 4th amend. 40 PARDONS—president may grant, except, etc......

2 2 3) PATENT-RIGHTS-laws securing, congress may pass.. 1 8 24 PAYMENT--of pensions, not to be questioned. 14th amend. 4 45

of public debt, not to be questioned...14th amend. 4 45 PENALTIES-of absentees in congress..

1 5 21 PENSIONS AND BOUNTIES--debts for, not to be questioned......

14th amend. 4 PEOPLE-arms, right to bear not to be infringed.... 2d amend. 36 constitution formed by..

Preamble. 17 rights, enumerated in, how construed. .9th amend. 41 enumeration of.....

1 2 18 government, may petition.

1st amend. 39 peaceable assemblages of.

1st amend. 39 person and property, to be secured in

4th amend.

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PEOPLE-Continued.

Art. Sec. petitions for redress of grievances, may make...1st amend. powers reserved to......

10th amend. representatives, to choose..

1 2 searches and seizures, secure from.

4th amend. senators, to choose.

17th amend. PETITION FOR REDRESS-right to, not to be abridged. 1st amend. PIRACIES--congress may define and punish.

1 8 Ports-preference not to be given to.

1 9
vessels clearing from, not to pay duties..

1 9
Post-OFFICES AND POST-ROADS-congress to establish. 1 8
POWERS—not delegated, reserved to people....... 10th amend.
POWERS OF CONGRESS, see Congress.
POWERS OF GOVERNMENT-enumeration of, not to

deny nor disparage others retained.... 9th amend.
laws to carry into execution, congress to make.. 1 8

not delegated or prohibited to states, reserved. 10th amend. POWERS OF STATE, see State. PREFERENCE-of ports, prohibited...

1 9 PRESENTMENT OR INDICTMENT—when necessary.. .5th amend. PRESENTS—from foreign potentates, not to be accepted....

1 9 PRESIDENT-ambassadors and ministers, foreign, to receive.

2 3 ambassadors and ministers, may appoint.

2 2 bills approved of, by..

1 7 may veto....

1 7 commander-in-chief of army, navy, etc.

2 2 compensation of.....

2 1 congress, when may adjourn..

2 3 disability of, who to act as, in case of.

2 1 election of

12th amend. election of

2 1 electors of, how appointed.

2 1 eligibility for office of ..

2 1 executive power vested in.

2 1 impeachment of.

2 4 impeachment of, trial of..

1 3 laws, to see to faithful execution of .

2 3 messages of.

2 oath of office, to take.

2 officers, may appoint, with consent.

2 to commission.

2 opinions, may require..

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PRESIDENT-Continued.

Art.

Sec. Page. orders, resolutions or votes, when presented to. 1 7 23 removal of, on conviction or impeachment.... 2 4 32 reprieves or pardons, may grant, except, etc... 2 2 30 sessions, of either or both houses, may convene extra...

2 3 31 term of office of

2 1 28 treaties, may make, with consent.

2 2 31 vacancies, may fill....

2 2 31 PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT-choosing of, manner of..

2 1 28 choosing of, manner of.

12th amend. 42 electors of, meetings and proceedings of......12th amend. 42 electors of, who disqualified for.....

2 1 28 PRESIDENT OF SENATE—duty of, on return of votes of presidential electors..

12th amend. 42 pro tempore, when may choose.

1 3 20 vice-president to be..

1 3 2) PRESS-freedom of, not to be abridged.

. 1st amend. 39 PRIVATE PROPERTY-not to be taken without compensation...

.5th amend. 40 PRIVILEGES—citizens entitled to.....

4 2 34 habeas corpus, to writ of, not to be suspended.. 1 9 26

laws abridging, to citizens prohibited... 14th amend. 1 44 PRIZES—rules concerning, congress may make...... 1 8 24 PROCEEDINGS-journal of, congress to keep, etc. 1 5 21 judicial, full faith to.

4 1 34 PROCESS OF Law-persons not to be deprived of life, etc., without....

.5th amend. 40 persons not to be deprived of life, etc., without.

14th amend. 1 44 PROHIBITION..

18th amend. 47 PROPERTY-citizens, secure from seizure.

4th amend. 40 parties not to be deprived of, without, etc......5th amend. 40 parties not to be deprived of, without,

.14th amend. 1 44 private, compensation for, when taken for pub

5th amend. 40 United States, under control of congress.

4 3 35 PROSECUTIONS—criminal, right of accused in. .....6th amend. PROTECTION—against invasion and from domestic violence..

4 4 35 of life, liberty and property of persons..

.5th amend. 40 of the laws, not to be denied to persons. .14th amend. 1 44

etc......

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Art. Sec. Page. PUBLIC-acts, full faith to be given to..

4 1 34 debt, payment of, not to be questioned. 14th amend. 4 45 ministers, powers of president to appoint..

2 2 31 moneys, statements of, to be published..

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9 27 trust, religious test not required for office of.... 6 3 36 use, property not to be taken for, without compensation....

.5th amond. 40 PUBLICATION—of journals of congress.

1 5 21 of receipts and expenditures..

1 9 27 PUNISHMENT-counterfeiting, punishment provided for.....

1 8 24 cruel and unusual prohibited..

.8th amend. 41 impeachments, parties convicted on, subject to. 1 3 20 members of congress, congress may punish.. 1 5 21 treason, congress to declare punishment for.... 3 3 33

QUALIFICATION FOR OFFICE—each house to be judge of.

1 5 electors of president and vice-president..

1 electors of representatives.

1 2 president....

2 1 religious test not to be required as.

6 3 representatives..

1 2 senators...

1 3 vice-president.

12th amend. QUARTERING SOLDIERS—in time of peace and war. .3d amend. QUORUM-majority of each house constitutes....... 1 5 president, for choice of.

12th amend. vice-president, to elect, by senate.

12th amend. when not necessary.

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RACE OR COLOR--right of citizens not to be denied on account of..

15th amend. RATIFICATION-of amendments.

5 of constitution.

7 REBELLION—debts incurred in aid of, illegal and void.

14th amend. debts incurred to suppress, not to be ques. tioned.

.14th amend. participants in, disabled from holding office

14th amend. writs of habeas corpus, suspension of, during .... 1

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