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3. Qualifications for Senator.
thirty years of age.
to be inhabitant of State for which chosen.
when so sitting, to be on oath or affirmation.
concurrence of two-thirds necessary for conviction.
7. Judgment on conviction, extent of.
not to operate against trial according to law.
except as to the place of elections.
2. Congress to assemble at least once a year.
meeting to be on first Monday of December.
unless otherwise appointed by law.
tions of its members.
majority to constitute a business quorum.
Art. I, Sec. 5.-Continued.
smaller number may adjourn and comper at-
may punish for disorderly behavior.
with concurrence of two-thirds may expel.
SEC. 6.-1. Compensation for services to be fixed by law.
to be paid out of U. S. Treasury:
except for treason, felony, and breach of peace.
from the sessions.
ment created or increased in emoluments
during his term.
if returned, objections to be entered on the
and to be reconsidered.
on concurrence of two-thirds, the bill to be
sent to other house.
if approved by two-thirds, to become a law.
the vote of both houses to be by yeas and nays.
names of members voting to be entered on
if bill not returned by President in ten days,
to be a law, unless Congress, by adjournment,
prevent the return.
3. Concurrent resolutions to be presented to the President ex-
cepton question of adjournment.
if disapproved, require two-thirds
to pass them.
SEC. 8.-1. Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes, duties,
imposts, and excises.
to pay debts and provide for common defense
and general welfare.
all duties, imposts, and excises to be uniform.
to borrow money on credit of U. S.
with foreign nations,
among the several States,
and with the Indian tribes.
to establish uniform rule of naturalization, and
uniform laws on subject of bankruptcies.
to coin money and regulate its value, and fix
the standard of weights and measures.
authority of States as to appointment of off.
also as to disciplining militia.
and over sites of public works or buildings.
7. Money to be drawn only on appropriations made by law.
statements of receipts and expenditures to be pub.
no officer to accept presents from foreign powers.
or grant letters of marque and reprisal.
or coin money:
or emit bills of credit.
or make anything but gold and silver a legal
or pass any bill of attainder.
or er post facto law.
or law impairing obligation of contract.
or grant any title of nobility.
2. No State, without consent of Congress, shall lay any
imposts or duties.
except absolutely necessary.
and the net produce to be for use of Gov.
and the laws subject to revision of Congress.
and he shall not receive during that pe-
riod any other emo'ument.
may require written opinions of executive of.
and shall nominate and appoint Ambassadors, etc.
otherwise provided for.
3. President may fill vacancies during recess of Senate.
to recommend measures to Congress.