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tal judgments, (but 2 Wood. 614, contra) but not in misdemeanours.' Seld. Jud. 136.

Continuance. An impeachment is not discon. tinued by the dissolution of parliament; but may be resumed by the new parliament. T. Ray. 383. 4 Com. Journ. 23 Dec. 1790. Lords' Jour. May 16,1791. 2 Woodd. 618.

INDEX,

TO THE

CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES.

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Art. Sec. Pa.
Arts and Sciences, to be promoted

1 8 15
Acts, records, and judicial proceedings of each

state entitled to faith and credit in other
states

1 24
Amendments to the Constitution, how made 5 1 26
do. made

29
Appointments, to be made by President

2 2 21
Apportionment of Representatives

2 10
Appropriations by law

9 17
Appropriation for Army, not to exceed two years 8 16
Armies, Congress to raise and support

16
Arms, right of the people to keep and bear

29
Asseinble, people may

29
Attainder, bill of, prohibited to Congress

1 9 17
prohibited to the States

1 10 18
Attainder, of treason, shall not work corruption

of blood or forfeiture, except during the life
of the person attainted

3 3 24
Bail, excessive, not required

30
Bankruptcy laws to be uniform.

1 8 15
Bills for raising revenue, shall originate in the
House of Representatives

1 y 13
before they become laws, shall be passed by
both Houses, and approved by President;

if disapproved, shall be passed by
two-thirds of each House

1 hy 13
not returned in ten days, unless an adjourn-
ment intervene, shall be laws

1 7 14
Borrow money, Congress may,

1 8 15
Capitation tax, apportionment of,

1 9 17

or,

same

same

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Art. Sec. Pa.
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 24
Claims, no prejudice to certain

4 3 25
Claims of the United States, or of the several

States, not to be prejudiced by any con-
struction of the Constitution

4 3 25
Coasting trade, regulations respecting

} 8 15

19 17
Coins, Congress fix value of foreign

1 8 15
Commerce, Congress to regulate

1 8 15
regulations respecting, to be equal and uni-
form

9 17
Commissions, to be granted by the President 3 22
Common law, recognised and established, 7th
amendment

30
Congress, vested with power

1 1 9
may alter the regulations of State Legis-

latures concerning elections of Senators
and Representatives, 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

20
may determine the time of choosing elect-

ors of President and Vice President 2 120
may invest the appointment of inferior of-

ficers in the President alone, in the courts

of law, or the Heads of Departments 2 2 21
may establish courts inferior to the Su-
preme Court

3 1 22
may declare the punishment of treason 3 3 24
may prescribe the manner of proving the
acts and records of each State

4 1 24
to assent to the formation of new States 4 3 25

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Congress may propose amendments to Consti

tution, or, call a Convention
to lay and collect duties
to borrow money
to regulate commerce
to establish uniform laws of bankruptcy

and naturalization
to coin money, regulate the value of coin,

and fix a standard of weights and mea

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sures

to punish counterfeiting
to establish post offices and post roads
to authorise patents to authors and invent-

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to constitute tribunals inferior to the Su

preme Court

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to define and punish piracies, felonies on

the high seas, and offences against the

laws of nations
to declare war, grant letters of marque, and

make rules concerning captures
to raise and support Armies
to provide and maintain a Navy
to make rules for the government of the

Army and Navy
to call out the militia in certain cases
to organize, arm, and discipline militia
to exercise exclusive legislation over seat of

Government
to pass laws necessary to carry the enume-

rated powers into effect
to dispose of, and make rules concerning

the territory or other property of the

United States
President may convene and adjourn, in

certain cases Constitution, how amended

laws and treaties, declared to be the su

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