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Art. Sec.

Art. Sec.
Arming the militia, congress to pro-

Compensation for private property,
vide for ....
1 8

5th amend.
Arms, right of the people to bear, 2d amend. Congress, legislation vested in.. 1 1
Arrest, privilege of exemption from, 1 6 what consists of

1 1
Arsenals, power of congress over...
1 6

1 2
Arts, power to promote.
1 8 election of members

1 4
Assembling of congress..

1 4
when to meet...

1 4
of the people..
1st amend. to judge of its members.

1 5
Attainder, no bill to be passed.. 1 9 to establish rules..

1
none by the states..
1 10 to punish for disorder.

1 5
for treason, effect of.
3 3 to expel its members.

1 5
Attendance of members of congress

to keep a journal.....

1 5
compelled .....

1 5 to impose taxes and duties. 1 8
Authentication of records, acts and

to borrow money.

1 8
proceedings..
4 1 to regulate commerce

1 8
Authors may secure copyrights. ... 1 8 to make naturalization laws. 1 8

to make bankrupt laws... 1 8
Bail, excessive, prohibited...... 8th amend.

to coin money..

1 8
Bankruptcy, power to establish laws

to punish counterfeiting.

1 8
for...

1 8 to establish post-offices and roads, 1 8
Bill of attainder.
1 9 to promote art..

1 8
Bills to be presented to president for

to constitute inferior courts. 1 8
approval
1 7 to punish piracy

1
of credit, not to be emitted by

to declare war...

1 8
the states
1 10 to raise armies.

1 8
Borrow money, congress may.
1 8 to maintain a navy:

1 8
Breach of peace, member of congress

to provide for militia.

1 8
may be arrested for...

1 6

to suppress insurrections . 1 8
Bribery, consequence of.....
2 4 to repel invasion.....

1 8
Buildings for national purposes..

1 8 to legislate for territories. 1 8
to pass general laws....

8
Capital crime, answerable only on in-

not to prohibit migration.. 1 9
dictment

5th amend. not to confer titles of nobility.. 1 9
Ca pitation tax, how laid..

1 9 to regulate choice of president, 2 1
amendment not to affect.

5

to provide for death of president
Captures to be regulated by congress, 1 8 and vice-president..

2
Census, when to be taken...

1 2 for appointment of officers.. 2 2
to govern capitation tax.
1 9 extra sessions of...

2 3
Cession of lands to congress.
1 8 to regulate judiciary.

3
Chief justice to preside on impeach-

to fix place of trial for crimes.. 3
ments ...

1 3 to declare punishment for trea-
Citizen, representative must be. 1 2

3 3
senator must be...

1 3 to provide for proving records.. 4
president must be..
2 1 to admit new states...

4 3
vice-president must be. 12th amend. to govern territories..

4 3
judicial power among.

3 2 to amend the constitution.. 5
entitled to immunities.

4 2 not to interfere with religion, 1st amend.
on naturalization to be...

1 8 to count votes for president, 12th amend.
Claim for fugitives from service and

Consent of congress to receive gifts
justice

4 2

from other nations..... 1 9
Coining money, power vested in con-

to adjourn more than three days, 1
gress ..
1 8 for states to lay im posts..

1 10
states may not exercise.
1 10 to keep troops or ships.

1 10
Coin, counterfeiting of...
1 8 to engage in war.

1 10
the only lawful tender..

1 10 of states, to junction of territory, 4 3
Collecting dues and customs.

1 8 of citizen, to quartering soldiers
Commander-in-chief of army, navy

on him...

3d amend.
and militia.
2 2 Constitution, object •f.

Preamble.
Commerce, power to regulate. 1 8 to be carried out by laws.

1 8
no preference to be given. 1 9 oath to support (art. 6) and. 2 1
Commissions to be granted by presi-

amendments to...

5
dent...
2 3 the supreme law.

6
Common defense, congress to provide

powers not conferred by.... 9th amend.
for ..

1 8 Consuls amenable to judiciary. 3 2
Compensation to members of con-

Contracts, obligation not to be im.
gress
1 6 paired...

1 10
to president.

2 1 Conviction on impeachments by two-
to judges.

3 1
thirds..

1 3

son....

er..

Art. Sec.

Art. Sec.
Conviction, for treason...

AT

3 3 Ex post facto laws prohibited to con-
Counsel for accused in criminal

gress

1 9
cases..
6th amend. prohibited to the states..

1 10
Counterfeiting coin..

1 8
Courts, of impeachments

1 3 Faith and credit to records, acts,
supreme....

2 2
&c.....

4 1
trial by jury preserved.. 7th amend. Felonies on the high seas.

$

1 8
inferior

1 8 arrest of members of congress
judicial power vested in

3 1
for ..

1 6
Credit, bills of ..

1 10 accused of, fleeing from justice, 4 2
given to public acts, &c.

4 1 Fines not to be excessive....... 8th amend.
Crimes, triable on indictment

4 2 Foreign nations, commerce with... 1 8
triable by jury..

3 2 coin, congress may fix value 1 8
Criminal cases, no person witness

state, gifts by....

1 9
against himself.
5th amend. treaties of states with..

1 10
to be regulated..

6th amend. citizens, subject to judicial pow-
Cruel punishments prohibited .. 8th amend.

3 2
naturalization of .

8
Death of president and vice-presi-

Forfeiture for treason

3 3
dent

2 1 Forts, power of congress over. 1 8
Debates in congress to be free.

6 Freedom of speech and the press,
Debts of U. S. to be paid .
1 8

1st amend.
Defence, common, to be provided for, 1 8 Fugitives from service and from jus-
counsel for, in criminal cases, 6th amend.

tice

4
Departments, power of congress over, 1 8

opinion of, for president.. 2 2 Good behavior, tenure of office..... 3 1
appointments by
2 2 Government, seat of......

1 8
Direct taxes, how to be apportioned,

republican form of, secured... 4 4

1, 9 & 1 2 Grand jury, indictment by . 5th amend.
Disciplining the militia...

1 8 Guaranty of a republican govern-
Discoveries, exclusive right to 1 8

ment.

4
Disorderly behavior in congress.

1
District for seat of government 1 8 Habeas corpus, suspension of

1 9
in which crimes are to be tried, 6th amend. Heads of departments, their opin-
Disqualification on impeachment... 1 3

2 2
Dockyards, power of congress over, 1 8

may appoint to office

2

2
Domestic violence, protection against, 4 4 House of representatives, part of
Duties, congress may impose.. 1 8

congress....

1 1
shall be uniform..
8 members chosen

1 2
prohibited to the states.
1 10 to choose a speaker, &c.

1 2
not on domestic trade...

9
power of impeachment.

1 2
judge of its elections.

1 5
Election of representatives
1 2 establish rules ..

1
of senators
1 3 to keep a journal.

1
of presiding officers of congress, 1 3 money bills to originate in.. 1 7
of president and vice-president, 2 1 to elect president, when. 12th amend.
each house, judge of

1 5
Electors, office holder may not be 2 1 Immunities of all the citizens. 4 2
their qualifications.
1 2 Impeachment, how brought.

1 2
12th amend. & 2, 1 how tried...

1 3
Eligibility of representative

1
power to pardon..

2 2
of senator
3 punishment on..

2 4
of electors

2 1 Importation of slaves prohibited.. 1 9
of president
2 1 Imposts, congress may lay

1 8
of vice-president.
12th amend. states shall not.

1 10
Equal suffrage in the senate

5 Indians excluded from representa-
Equity powers of the judiciary 3 2

tion ....

1 2
limited
11th amend. commerce with

1 8
Excessive bail or fines prohibited, 8th amend. Indictment, when necessary 5th amend.
Excise, power of congress over 1 8 Inferior officers, appointment of.... 2 2
Executive power, vested in the presi-

courts, how established..

3 1
dent.

2 1 Inbabitant, representative must be, 1 2
departments to give opinions... 2 2 senator

1 3
officers to take an oath

6

president and vice-president,
Espenditures, accounts to be ren-

12th amend.
dered

1 9 Inspection laws, imposed by states, 1 10
Exports, no duty on domestic trade, i 9 Insurrections, duty of United States, 4 4.
Do state to impose duty on..... 1 10 Invasion,

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Art. Sec.

Art. Seo,

Liberty, subject to due process of
Invasion, militia may be called out, 1 8

law

5th amend
habeas corpus" may be

Life or limb, not twice put in jeop-
pended..
1 9 ardy.

... 5th amená,
Inventors may have patents..

1 8 Life, liberty and property, entitled
Journal, congress to keep and pub-

to due process of law.... 5th amend.
lish.

1 6 Lists of electoral votes to be made,
veto to be entered on..

7

12th amend.
Judges, how appointed .

2 2
tenure of office
3 1 Magazines, exclusive power over. ::

1 8
bound by constitution, laws and

Majority to constitute a quorum in
treaties

6
congress.

1 5
Judicial power, where vested
3 1 of electoral votes.

12th amend.
to what it extends..

3 2 of state votes to choice of presi.
limited.....

11th amend.
dent

12th amend.
proceedings, full faith to be

of senators to choice of vice-
given to..
4 1 president...

12th amend.
officers to take oath

6 Maritime jurisdiction, vested in
Jurisdiction, admiralty and mari-

courts.
time

3 2 Measures and weights to be fixed by
original and appellate

3 2
congress...

1 8
Jury, trials for crimes by..
2 Meeting of congress once every year,

1 4
in suits at common law 7th amend. Migration of persons..

1 9
speedy trial by
6th amend. Militia, calling forth

1 8
grand, indictment by. 5th amend. organizing and disciplining. 1 8
Justice, fugitives from .
4 2 president, commander of

2 2
necessary to security

2d amend.
Land and naval forces, rules for.... 1 8 Ministers, appointment of

2 2
Land ceded to or purchased by U.S., 1 8 reception of

2 3
grants of, under different states, 3 2 Misdemeanors, trial of officers for.. 2 4
Law of nations, offenses against....
1 8 Money, power to borrow....

1 8
ex post facto, forbidden..
1 9 to coin and regulate value

1 8
by states
1 10 to raise...

1
impairing obligation of con-

appropriations of

1 9
tracts
1 10 no state to coin

1 10
and equity, judicial power as to, 3 2
limited

11th amend. Names of members to be entered on
and fact, jurisdiction as to 3 2 journal

1
of congress, supreme..
6 Naturalization, laws for

1 8
due process of, when necessary,

Naval forces, government of.

1 8
5th amend. Navy, power to maintain

1 8
fixing place of trial.

6th amend. president, the commander of... 2 2
of naturalization and bank.
New states, may be admitted ..

3
ruptcy

1 8 Nobility, no title of to be granted
Laws of the Union, how enforced .. 1 8

by U. S...

1 9
power of congress to make . 1 8 nor by the states.

1 10
of the states, when subject to
Nominations by president to senate, 2

2
control of congress,

1 10
to be executed by the president, 2 3 Oath, on impeachment..

1 3
of the U. S., judicial power ex-

of president ..

2 1
tends to

3 2 to support the constitution, 6
of the states, subordinate to con-

for warrants of arrest. 4th amend.
stitution, &c......

6 Obligation of contracts, not to be
Legislation, exclusive in congress .
1 8 impaired.

1 10
Legislative powers, vested in con-

Offenses against law of nations. 1 8
gress ..

1 1 twice in jeopardy, for ...... 5th amend.
Legislatures of states to choose sen-

Office, forfeiture of, on impeach-
ators

1 3
ment

1 3
to provide for elections to con-

senator and representative in-
gress

1 4
eligible to

1 6
Legislatures, cessions of lands by.. 1 8 eligibility to.

2
choice of electors
2 1 removal from..

2
consent to forming new states.. 4 3 oath of .

2 1
to act on amendments
5 Officers of house of representatives, 1

2
members to take oath

of the senate ..
Letters of marque and reprisal,

of the militia.

1
when granted...

1 8 of the U. S., appointments of.. 2
prohibited to states

1 10 commissions for

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Art. Sec.

Art. Seo.
Officers, removal of ...

2 4 Process of law, in criminal cases, 6th amend.
to take oath ...

6 Prohibited powers,

where

ves-
Opinion of departments, when given, 2 2

ted

... 10th amend.
Organizing militia ...

1 8 Proof of records, acts and proceed-
Original jurisdiction of courts .. 3 3

ings..

4 1
Overt act, necessary in treason 3

8 Property of U. S., under control of
Owners of slaves, may reclaim them, 4 2

congress.

4 3

of citizen secure from seizure, 4th amend.
Papers, when secure from search, 4th amend. citizen not to be deprived of, 5th amend.
Pardons, by whom granted .

2 2 private, when taken for public
Patent rights, may be granted 1 8

5th amend.
Penalties on absentees from congress, 1 5 Prosecutions for criminal offenses, 6th amend.
People, to choose representatives... 1 2 not against a state by a citi-
enumeration of ...
1 2

11th amend.
may petition government... 1st amend: Public acts, full faith to.

4 1
may bear arms
2d amend. danger..

5th amend.
may be secure from search, 4th amend. ministers

2 2
powers reserved to... 10th amend.

money

1 9
Petition, right to, secured 1st amend, safety..
Piracy, power to define and punish, 1 8 trust, religious test not to be
Post-offices and roads, may be estab-

required ..

6
lished

1

use of private property 5th amend.
Power to grant reprieves and par-

Publication of journals of congress, 1 5
dons.

2 2 of receipts and expenditures .. 1 9
to make treaties

2 2 Punishment by each house of its
to make appointments.

2
members ....

1 5
judicial, where vested.

3 1
on impeachment

1 3
limited
11th amend. for counterfeiting

1 8
legislative, where vested.
1 1 for treason

3 3
executive, where vested.
2 1 cruel, prohibited.

8th amend.
of congress.

1 8
Powers not delegated where

Quartering of soldiers on the citizen, 3d amend
10th amend. Quorum, what constitutes

1 5
Preference of ports prohibited..... 1 9 when not necessary

1 5
Presentment by grand jury, when

on a choice of president and vice-
necessary
5th amend. president .

... 12th amend.
President of U. S., how to be tried, 1 3
to approve bills...

1 7 Ratification of the constitution..... 7
may veto them
1 7 of the amendments ...

5
executive power of.

2 1 Rebellion, suspension of habeas cor-
election of

2 1
pus.

1 9
election of.

12th amend. Receipts and expenditures, accounts
to be a natural born citizen.... 2 1

of...

1 9
compensation of

2 1 Reconsideration of bills returned by
oath of office ...
2 1 president.

1
to be commander-in-chief
2 2 Records, full faith to.

4 1
may grant reprieves and par. Redress of grievances, petition for, 1st amend.
dons

2 2 Regulation for choosing members of
make treaties..

2 2
congress.....

1 4
appoint officers

2 2 Regulation of property of U.S. 4 3
fill vacancies

2 2 Religion, free exercise secured.. 1st amend.
annual message..

2 3 Religious test, none may be required, 6 3
convene extra sessions

2 3 Removal in case of impeachment .. 1 3
may adjourn congress

2 3 of president and vice-president, 2 1
President, may be impeached. 2 4 from office

2 4
receives foreign ministers 2 3 Representation, vacancies in

1
President of the senate, the vice. 1 3 Representatives, qualification of 1
president is.....
1 3 house of

1 1
pro tem, to be chosen
1 3 numbers, what.

1 2
Press, freedom of, secured ... 1st amend. ineligible to office..

1 6
Private property, when taken for

not to be an elector

2 1
public use
5th amend. when chosen....

1 2
Privilege of habeas corpus
1 9 to be apportioned, how.

1 2
from arrest
1 6 each state to have one..

2
of the citizen..

4 2
in first congress...

1 2
Proceedings of congress, journal of, 1 5 to choose speaker and officers.

2
judicial, full faith to.

4 1
power to impeach

2
Process of law, when necessary, 5th amend. election of..

4

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Art. Sec.

Art. Sec.
Representatives, power of

1 5 Soldier not to be quartered on the
compensation...

1 6
citizen

3d amend.
term of office..

1 2 Speaker of house of representatives, 1 2
privilege from arrest.
1 6 Speech, freedom of debate...

1 6
to take oath ..

6
freedom of

1st amend.
Reprieves and pardons

2 2. Standard of weights and measures, 1 8
Reprisal, letters of, by congress.

1 8 States, each to have one representa-
prohibited to states

1 10
tive ...

1 2
Republican form of government

two senators from each.

1 3
guaranteed.
4 4 prescribe elections to congress, 1

4
Reserved rights .
9th amend. may not tax exports..

1 9
powers
10th amend. prohibition to

1 10
to officer the militia.

1 8
may choose electors..

2 1
Resignation of senators
1 3 public acts and records of

4
of president
2 1 citizens of, entitled to privileges, 4

2
Resolutions, concurrent
1 7 to deliver up fugitives.

4
Revenue bills, to originate in house

to have republican form of gov-
of representatives

1 7
ernment.

4
Right of conscience.

1st amend. to be defended from invasion .. 4
of the people to petition... . 1st amend. to have equal suffrage in the

2d amend.
senate,

5
to be secure in person, etc. 4th amend. choice of president by 12th amend.
of accused in criminal cases, 6th amend. electors to meet in.... 12th amend.
of trial by jury ...
7th amend. commerce among

1 8
in writings and discoveries .... 1 8 appoint officers of militia

1 8
of domestic security....... 3d amend. new, may be admitted..

4 3
to writ of habeas corpus

1
9 may amend constitution

5
Roads and post-offices .
1 8 rights reserved to.

10th amend.
Rules of proceedings of congress.

1

may not be sued by citizens, 11th amend.
concerning captures..

1 8 Suits, judicial power over.. 11th amend.
and articles of war

8 Support of constitution, oath for... 6
of the common law.
7th amend. Supreme court, judges of

2 2
judicial power.

3 1
Science and arts, promotion of 1 8 appellate power

3 2
Searches and seizures regulated, 4th amend. Supreme law of the land.

6
Seat of government, exclusive juris-
diction over.
1 8 Tax in proportion to population..

1 9
Secrecy of proceedings of congress, 1 5 none on domestic exports

1 9
Senate, how composed

3 to be apportioned

1
president of ....

3
congress may impose..

1 8
to try impeachments

3 Tender, gold and silver the only 1 10
to judge of its own members.. 1 5 Term of office of senators ..,

1 3
establish its own rules, etc... 1

of president and vice-president, 2 1
keep a journal
1 5 of representative

1 3
not adjourn more than three days 1 5 of judges..

3
Senate may amend revenue bills ... 1 7 Territory, exclusive legislation over, 1 8
may consent to treaties.

2 2
congress may regulate..

4 3
to appointments

2 2 Testimony of two witnesses in trea-
equal suffrage in.....
5

3 3
may choose vice-president. 12th amend. Three-fifths of slaves included in
senator, qualification of

1 3
representation

1 2
ineligible to office...,

1 6 Three-fourths of states to ratify con-
may not be an elector

2 1
stitution

5
two from each state
1 3 Title of nobility prohibited .

1 10
term of office

1 3 Tonnage duty prohibited to states.. 1 10
may be appointed to fill a va-

Training militia reserved to the
cancy

1 3
states

1 8
how chosen

1 4 Treason, member of congress arrest-
compensation

1 6
ed for ...

1 6
privileged from arrest..
1 6 conviction of.

2 4
to take an oath .

6
what it consists in.

3 3
Session of congress once a year.

1 4 accused of, to be delivered up.. 4
Ships of war, states may not keep, 1 10 Treasury, money, how drawn from, 1

9
Silver and gold the only lawful ten-

how supplied

1 10
der
1 10 Treaties, how made..

2
Slaves, included in representation.. 1 2 judicial power over

3
importation of ..
1 9 the supreme law.

6
fugitive, to be delivered up.... 4 2 prohibited to states..

1 10

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