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Art. Sec. Page.
Capitation tax, apportionment of,

1 9 16
Census, or enumeration, to be made every ten years 1 2 10
Citizens of each State, shall be entitled to the privileges

and immunities of citizens in the several States 4 2 23
Claims, no prejudice to certain

4 3 24
Claims of the United States, or of the several States, not

to be prejudiced by any construction of the Con-
stitution

4 3 24
Coasting trade, regulations respecting

1 8 15

1 9
Coins, Congress fix value of foreign

1 8 15
Commerce, Congress to regulate

1 8 15-17
regulations respecting, to be equal and uniform 1 9 17
Commissions, to be granted by the President

2 3 21
Common law, recognised and established, 7th amendment

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Congress, vested with power

1 1 9
may alter the regulations of State Legislatures

concerning elections of Senators and Repre-
sentatives, except as to place of choosing
Senators

1 4 12
shall assemble once every year

1 4

12
officers of Government cannot be members of 1 6 13
may provide for cases of removal, death, &c. of
President and Vice President

2 1 19
may determine the time of choosing electors of
President and Vice President

2 1 19
may invest the appointment of inferior officers

in the President alone, in the courts of law or
the Heads of Departments

2 2 20-21
may establish Courts inferior to the Supreme
Court

3 1 22
may declare the punishment of treason

3 3 23
may prescribe the manner of proving the acts and
records of each State

4 1 23
to assent to the formation of new States

4 3 24
may propose amendments to Constitution, or, call
a Convention

5 1 25
to lay and collect duties

1 8 14
to borrow money

1 8 14
to regulate commerce

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Congress, to establish uniform laws of bankruptcy and
naturalization

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to coin money, regulate the value of coin, and

fix a standard of weights and measures 1 8 15
to punish counterfeiting -

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15
to establish post offices and post roads

1 8 15
to authorise patents to authors and inventors 1 8
to constitute tribunals inferior to the Supreme
Court

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15
to define and punish piracies, felonies on the

high seas, and offences against the laws of na-
tions

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to declare war, grant letters of marque, and make
rules concerning captures

1 8 15
to raise and support Armies

1 8 15
to provide and maintain a Navy

1 8 15
to make rules for the government of the Army
and Navy

1 8 15
to call out the militia in certain cases

1 8 15
to organize, arm, and discipline militia

1 8 15
to exercise exclusive legislation over seat of
Government

1 8 16
to pass laws necessary to carry the enumerated
powers into effect

1 8
to dispose of, and make rules concerning the

territory or other property of the United States 4 3 24
President may convene and adjourn, in certain

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Constitution, how amended

5 1 25
laws and treaties, declared to be the supreme
law

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rendered operative by the ratification of nine
States,

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Contracts, no law impairing

1 10 17
Conventions, for proposing amendments to Constitution 5 1 25
Counterfeiting, Congress to provide for punishment 1 8

15
Court, Supreme, its original and appellate jurisdiction - 3 2 22
Courts, inferior to the Supreme Court, may be ordained by
Congress

1 8 15
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3 1 22
Crimes, persons accused of, fleeing from justice, may be
demanded

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Crimes, how to be tried
Criminal prosecutions, proceedings in cases of

Art. Sec. Page.
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D.

Debts, against the Confederation, to be valid

6 1
Duties, to be laid by Congress, and to be uniform

1 8
further provision respecting

1 9
cannot be laid by the States

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on exports prohibited

-1 9
on imports and exports, imposed by States, shall

enure to the Treasury of the United States 1 10

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Elections, of Senators and Representatives, shall be pre-
scribed by the States,

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qualifications and returns of members of Con-

gress, to be determined by each House - 1 5 12
Electors, of President and Vice President, how chosen, and
their duties

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altered, see 12th Amendment

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to vote the same day throughout the United States 2 1 18
no Senator, or Representative, or public officer shall

2 1 18
Enumeration, every ten years.

1 2 10
Executive Power vested in a President.

2 1 18
See President.
Exports, not to be taxed -

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and imports, States prohibited from laying duties

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Ex post facto Law, none shall be passed

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prohibited to States

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Habeas Corpus, writ of, can only be suspended in cases of
rebellion or invasion

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House of Representatives.-See Representatives.

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Art. Sec. Page. Impeachment, to be brought by House of Representatives - 1 2 10 tried by the Senate

1 3 11 judgment on

1 3 11 all civil officers liable to

• 2 4 21 Importation of Slaves, not prohibited, till 1808

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Judges, shall hold their offices during good behaviour 3
Judiciary, tribunals inferior to supreme court may be
created

1 Judges, their compensation

- 3 Judicial Power, vested in a Supreme Court, and Courts inferior

3 powers of the judiciary

. 3 restriction as to suits against a State Judicial Proceedings of each State are entitled to faith and credit in every State

4 Jury Trial secured and shall be held in the State where the crime shall have been committed

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further regulated, 6th Amendment
secured in suits at Common Law where the

value in controversy shall exceed 20 dollars,
7th Amendment

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L. Law, what is declared the Supreme

- 6 1 25-26 Law, Common, recognised and established, 7th amendment

32 Laws, President to see them faithfully executed

2 3 21 Legislative Powers, vested in Congress.-See Congress. Loans, authority to make

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M. Marque and Reprisal, letters of,

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15 Militia to be called out, armed, &c. by Congress

1 8 15 to be officered by the States

1 8 15 to be commanded by President

2 2 20 their right to keep and bear arms secured, 2d Amendment

31 Money shall be drawn from the Treasury, only by appropriation laws

1 9 17 Congress to coin and regulate value

1 8 15 States cannot make

1 10 17

N.

Art. Sec. Page. Naturalization, uniform rules

1 8 15 Navy, Congress to provide and govern

1 8 15 Nobility, titles of, shall not be granted by the United States 1 9 17 nor by the States

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Officers of House of Representatives shall be chosen by the
House

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of the Senate, shall be chosen by the Senate 1 3
civil, may be removed by impeachment

2 4 Order of one House, requiring the concurrence of the other 1 7 Oath, of the President

2 1 of all Public Officers,

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Pardons, President may grant

- 2 2 20 Patents to be granted to Inventors,

-1 8 15 Petition, right of

31 Persons held to labour or service, their importation or mi

gration into the United States may be prohibited
after 1808

1 9 16
escaping from one State to another, shall be de-
livered up to those entitled to service

4 2 24 Piracy, Congress to prescribe punishment

1 8 15 Post Offices and Post Roads, establishment of

1 8 15 Powers not delegated to Congress, nor prohibited to the States, are reserved, 10th Amendment

33 Legislative.-See Congress. Executive.—See President.

Judicial.-See Judicial. Presents from foreign powers to public officers prohibited 1 9 17 Press, freedom of,

31 President of the U. S. vested with the executive power 2 1 18 shall be chosen for four years

2 1 18 how elected

2 1 18-19 same, 12th Amnendment

33 qualifications for

2 1 19 who shall act in case of vacancy

· 2 1 19 compensation of

· 2 1 20 shall take an oath of office

2 1 20 may be removed by impeachment

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