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Art. Sec. Page. President, commander of army, navy and militia

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20 may require the written opinions of the heads of departments

2 2 20 may reprieve and pardon

2 2 20 may make treaties, with consent of the Senate, 2 2 20 may appoint to office, with the consent of the Senate

2 2 20 shall fill up vacancies happening during the recess of the Senate

- 2 2 21 shall give information to Congress, and recommend measures

2 3 21 may convene both Houses, or either House 2 3 21 may adjourn them in case of disagreement 2 3 21 shall receive ambassadors and public ministers 2 3 21 shall take care that the laws be faithfully executed

2 3 shall commission all officers

2 3 21 Privileges and immunities of members of Congress - 1 6 13

Of Citizens—See Citizens, also Rights. Property, Congress to provide for care of public

4 3 24 shall not be taken for public use, without just compensation ; 5th Amendment

32 Punishments cruel and unusual prohibited

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Quorum, for business, what shall be,

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of States, in choosing a President by the House
of Representatives

- 2 1 Quartered, no soldier to be quartered on a citizen

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Receipts and expenditures, accounts of, to be published 1 9 17 Records, how to be authenticated

4 1 23 Religion, no law to be made, free exercise of

31 religious test not required

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26 Reprieves granted by the President

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20 Representatives, House of, composed of members chosen every second year

1 2 9 qualifications of voters

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10 qualifications of members

1 2 9-10 apportionment of

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Art. Sec. Page.
Representatives, vacancies how supplied

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shall choose their officers

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shall have the power of impeachment 1 2 10
shall be the judge of the election and
qualifications of its members

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what shall be a quorum of

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any number may adjourn, and compel the
attendance of absentees

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may determine the rules of proceeding 1 5 12
may punish or expel a member

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shall keep a journal, and publish the same, 1

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shall not adjourn for more than three days,

nor to any other place, without the con-
sent of the Senate

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one-fifth
may require the

yeas
and
nays

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shall originate bills for raising revenue,

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compensation, to be ascertained by law 1 6

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privileged from arrest except in certain

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shall not be questioned for speech or debate
in the House

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shall not be appointed to office - 1 6

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shall not serve as electors of President 2 1 18
Representatives and direct taxes apportioned according to
numbers,

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Representation of a State, vacancies in, supplied until a new
election by Executive authority

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Resolution, order, or vote, requiring the concurrence of

both houses, to undergo the formalities of bills 1 7
Revenue Bills, to originate in House of Representatives 1 7 13
Rights of the Citizen declared to be-

privileges of citizens of the several States 4 2 23
liberty of conscience in matters of religion

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freedom of speech and of the press

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to assemble and petition

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to keep and bear arms

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to be exempt from the quartering of soldiers, 3

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to be secure from unreasonable searches and
seizures

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to be free, from answering for a crime, unless

on presentment or indictment of a jury -

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Rights of the Citizen—not to be twice jeopardized for the

same offence
nor to be compelled to be a witness against

himself
not to be deprived of life, liberty, or property,

without due course of law
private property not be taken for public use
in criminal prosecutions, shall enjoy the right

of a speedy trial by jury with all the

means necessary for his defence
in civil cases, trial to be by a jury and shall

only be re-examined according to common

law
excessive bail shall not be required, ex-

cessive fines imposed, nor cruel or unu

sual punishments inflicted
enumeration of certain rights shall not ope-

rate against retained rights Rules, each house shall determine its own

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Seat of Government, exclusive legislation

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16 Searches and Seizures, security against

31 Senate, composed of two Senators from each State

1 3 10 how chosen, classed, and terms of service

1 3 10-11 qualifications of Senators

1 3 11 Vice President to be President of the Senate

1 3 11 shall choose their officers

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shall be the judge of the elections and qualifications
of its members

-1 5 12 what number shall be a quorum

1 5 12 any number may adjourn, and compel attendance of absentees

1 5 may determine its rules

1 5 12 may punish or expel a member

.1 5 12 shall keep a journal, and publish the same, except parts requiring secrecy

1 5 12 shall not adjourn for more than three days, nor to

any other place, without the consent of the other
House

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one-fifth may require the yeas and nays

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Art. Sec. Page. Senate may propose amendments to bills for raising revenue 1 7 13 shall try impeachments

1 3 11 effect of their judgment on impeachment

1 3 11 compensation to be ascertained by law

. 1 6 13 privileged from arrest

1 6 13 not questioned for any speech or debate

-1 6 13 shall not be appointed to office

1 6 13 Senator shall not be elector

2 1 18 Senators and Representatives, elections of, how prescribed 1 4 12 Slaves, their importation may be prohibited after 1808 -1 9 16

escaping from one State to another, may be re-
claimed

.4 2 24 Soldiers not quartered on citizens

31 Speaker, how chosen

.1 2 10 Speech, freedom of

31 States prohibited from

entering into treaty, alliance or confederation -1 10 17 granting letters of marque

•1 10 17 coining money

1 10 17 emitting bills of credit

-1 10 17 making any thing a tender but gold and silver coin 1 10 17 passing bills of attainder, ex post facto laws, or laws impairing contract

1 10 17 granting titles of nobility

1 10 17 laying duties on imports and exports

1 10 17 laying duties on tonnage

-1 10 17-18 keeping troops, or ships of war, in time of peace 1 10 17-18 entering into any agreement or contract with another State, or a foreign power,

1 10 17-18 engaging in war,

-1 10 17-18 States, new, may be admitted into the Union

-4 3 24 may be formed within the jurisdiction of others,

or by the junction of two or more, with the
consent of Congress and the Legislatures con-
cerned

.4 3 24 State Judges bound to consider treaties, the constitution, and the laws under it, as supreme

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26 State, guarantied a republican form of government; protected by United States

- 4 4 24 Supreme Court-See Court-and Judiciary. Suits at Common Law, proceedings

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Art. Sec. Page. Tax direct according to representation

1 2 10 shall be laid only in proportion to census 1 9 16 Tax, on exports prohibited

· 1 9 16 Tender what shall be a legal

1 10 17 Territory, or public property, Congress may make rules concerning

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24 Test, religious shall not be required

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26 Titles.-See Nobility. Title, from foreign State prohibited

- 1 9 17 Treason, defined

3 3 23 two witnesses, or confession, necessary for conviction

. 3 3 23 punishment of, may be prescribed by Congress, 3 3 23 Treasury, money drawn from only by appropriation 1 9 17 Treaties, how made

2 2 20 the supreme law

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Vacancies, happening during the recess may be filled temporarily by the President

2 2 in representation in Congress, how filled 1 2 Veto of the President, effect of, and proceedings on - 1 7 Vice President of the United States to be President of the Senate,

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how elected

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amendment
shall, in certain cases discharge the duties of Pre-
sident

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may be removed by impeachment

2 4. Vote of one House, requiring concurrence of the other, 1 7

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W.

War, Congress to declare

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