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Constitution of United States.
Manner of Interpretation of

33
Preamble, Exposition of

34-42
Division of Powers, Legislative, Executive, Judicial - 43
Legislative Power, Division into two Branches 43-44
The House of Representatives. (See REPRE-
SENTATIVES.)

44-52
The Senate. (See SENATE.)

53-60
Mode of passing Laws

71-75
President's Negative

72-73
Powers of Congress. (See Congress.)

75-99
Executive Department. (See PRESIDENT.) 107-125
Judicial Department. (See JUDICIARY.) 125-134

Supremacy of Constitution, Treaties and Laws 144-145
Consuls, Appointment of

119
Suits, by and against

132
Contracts, Prohibition of Laws impairing

105
Contempts of Congress, how punishable

69
Continental Congress, its Meeting

23
its Powers

23-24
its Weakness

26
Copy-right of Authors

85
Corruption of Blood, in Treason

95-96
Counsel, Right to, in criminal cases

139
Courts. (Sce JUDICIARY.)

131-134
Crimes, how prosecuted and tried

135-437
Criminals, Fugitive

139-140
not bound to accuse themselves

136
Trial of

135-137
not to be twice tried

136
Crown, Rights and Prerogatives of, in the Colonies

20.21

D.
Dcbt, Public, Old, declared valid
Defence, Common, Importance of

Power to tax for
Direct Taxes, What are

How apportioned
Discotery, Title of Europeans founded on

Effect of, on Indian Title

143-144
39-40

75
76

49, 77

14-15
14-15

70-71
91-92

Disqualifications of Members of Congress
District of Columbia, Legislation in
Division of Legislative, Executive, and Judicial

Powers, Reasons for
of Legislative, Reasons for
Duties, Power to lay

Meaning of
to be uniform
Prohibitions on States

43
43-44

76
76

77
• 78

E.

Elections of Representatives

of Senators

of President and Vice-President
Electors of President and Vice-President

Time of choice of
Ercises, What are. (See Duties.)
Executive Department, Organization of
Executive, Unity of, Reasons for

Duration of Office

Re-eligibility. (See PRESIDENT.)
Exports, Prohibition of Duties on
Ex Post Facto Laws, Prohibition of, by Congress

by a State

44-45

54-55
109-114
109-114

114

76

107
107-108
108-109

109

77
101-102

105

F.

Felonies, What are
Florida, Purchase of
Foreign Judgments, how proved
Freedom of the Press

of Speech

of Religion
Fugitide, Criminals

Slaves

86
99

96
147-149

147
146-148
139-140

140

G.
General Welfare, Promotion of

Power to tax for
Government, Republican form of, guarantied

14*

40
78
141

Grand Jury, in Crimes
Guaranty of Republican form of Government

136-137

141

H.
Habeas Corpus Writ, Privilege of

Suspension of
High Seas, Crimes on
House of Representatives. (See REPRESENTATIVES.)

101
101

86
44-52

105

52
60-65

62

63

I.
Impairing Contracts, Prohibition of Laws
Impeachment, Power of, in House of Representatives

Trial of in Senate
of President
the Judgment on
who are liable to
for what offences

no pardon upon conviction on
Implied Powers of Congress
Imports, a State cannot tax
Imposts, Meaning of. (See DUTIES.)
Incidental Powers of Congress
Independence, Declaration of
Indians, Title to Territory

Commerce with
Indictment, when necesssary
Inspection Laws, Provision as to
Inventions, Patents for

64
64-65

119
93, 99

78

76
93,99

23
14-15

80
136-137

78
85

J.

Jeopardy of life or limb, in crimes
Journals of each House to be kept
Judges, Appointment of

Tenure of Office

Compensation of. (See JUDICIARY.)
Judgments, Foreign, how proved
Judiciary, Organization and Powers of

Importance of
Appointment of Judges
Tenure of Office

136

68

128
128-131

131

96

125
125-127

128
128-131

Judiciary, Compensation of

131
Establishment of Courts

127
Jurisdiction of Courts

131-134
Original Jurisdiction

133-134
Appellate Jurisdiction

133
Parties in suits

132-133
Suits by and against Ambassadors

132
Admiralty Suits

132
Suits by United States

132
by or against States

132-133, 134
by citizens of different States

133
under grants of different States

133
by or against Foreigners or Foreign States

133
Trial of Crimes

135-137
Jurisdiction of Courts of United States, Original

133-134
Appellate. (See JUDICIARY.)

133
Jury, Trial by, Provision for

135-137
Grand Jury

136-137
Justice, the Establishment of

37-38

K.
King, Rights and Prerogatives of, in Colonies

20-21

L.
Lands, Public, Power of Congress over

98
Laws of United States, Supremacy of

144-145
Law of Nations, Offences against

86
Legislation, in ceded places

91-92
Legislature. (See CongRESS, SENATE, REPRESENTATIVES.)
Letters of Marque and Reprisal, Power of Congress

87
Prohibition on States to issue · 104
Liberty of the Press

147-149
of Speech

147
in Congress

70
Louisiana, Purchase of

99

M.

Measures and Weights, Power of Congress as to
Migration and Importation of Slaves,
Militia, Power of Congress over

Discipline and Government of
Right to bear arms

83
100

90
90-91

149

Ministers, Public, Appointment of

Receiving of, by Executive
Violations of Rights of

Right to sue
Money, Coinage of

Power to borrow
Bills, or Revenue Bills

110
124
133
132

83
78-79
71-72

N.

Naturalization, Power of

81
Navy and Army, Power to establish

88-89
Regulation of

89
Necessary and Proper,' Meaning of, as to powers of Congress 93-94
Negative of President on Laws

72-73
Nobility, Prohibition of Titles of by Congress

102-103
by the States

106

0.

Oath of Office, by Officers of United States

of Senators and Representatives
of President

by State Officers
Office, Tenure of, by Judges. (See JUDICIARY.)

by President and Vice-President
Appointments to. (See APPOINTMENTS.)
Disqualifications to hold

Foreign, Prohibition to hold
Original Jurisdiction. (See JUDICIARY.)

145

145
116-117

145
128-131

108

120
70.71, 114

102-103
133-134

P.
Paper Money, Prohibition of. (See TENDER.)
Pardons and Reprieves, by President

not extending to Impeachments
Parliament, Powers and Rights of, over Colonies
Parties to a Suit, who are, and when a State
Patents for Inventions
People, Constitution framed by
Petition, Right of
Piracy, Power to define
Poll Taxes
Post-Office and Post-Roads, Power respecting

104
118-119

119
20-21
132-134

85

33

149

86
76-77

84, 94

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