chapter 67: index by subject


ACADEMY, Military        iii. 155
ACCOUNTS, Public, to be published        iii. 213, 214
ACCUSATION, Self, Criminals not bound to        iii. 656 - 660
ADJOURNMENT of Congress, by whom        iii. 293, 294, 297
        of each House        iii. 303 - 330
ADMIRALTY, Jurisdiction. (See JUDICIARY)        iii 525 - 536
ADMISSION of new States into the Union        iii. 184 - 192
ALIENS, who are        iii. 570, 571
        suits by, and against        iii. 568 - 572
ALIEN ACT, whether constitutional        iii. 164 - 166
AMBASSADORS, appointment of        iii 354, 379, 373, 380
        Receiving of        iii. 412, 414
        Dismission of        iii..418, 419
        Protection, and fights of        iii. 519 - 525
        Suits by and against        iii. 519 - 525
AMENDMENTS OF CONSTITUTION, how made        iii. 685 - 690
APPEAL, Nature and Effect of        iii. 626 - 651
APPELLATE JURISDICTION. (See JUDICIARY)        iii. 572, 576, 626 - 651
APPOINTMENTS, to office by president, and senate        iii. 372 - 886
        By congress, and heads of departments        iii. 354, 382 - 386
        When discretionary in congress        iii. 354, 382 - 386
        When complete        iii. 397 - 408
        When the party is in office        iii. 408, 409
        In case of vacancies        iii. 409 - 412
APPORTIONMENT, of Representatives        iii 103 - 114. 137 - 158
        of Direct Taxes        iii. 420, 462 - 465
APPROPRIATIONS, of Money        iii. 64, 213, 214
        for Internal Improvements        iii. 149 - 153
ARMS, right to bear        iii. 746
ARMY AND NAVY, power to create and regulate        iii. 64 - 80
ARREST of Members of Congress        iii.318 - 325
ARTS AND SCIENCE, Promotion of        iii. 48 - 52
ATTAINDER, Prohibition of Bills of, by congress        iii. 209 - 211
        by States        iii. 238, 239
        Effect of, in Treason        iii. 169 - 173
AUTHORS, Copyright of        iii. 48 - 52
        AYES AND NOES, Call of, in congress        ii. 301 - 303



BAIL, excessive, Prohibition of        iii. 750, 751
BANK OF UNITED STATES, Constitutionality of        iii. 127 - 149
        States cannot tax        ii. 486 - 501
BANKRUPTCY, Power of congress over        iii. 4 - 15
BILL OF RIGHTS, Propriety of        iii. 713 - 722
BILLS OF ATTAINDER, Prohibition of by congress        iii. 209 - 211
        by States        iii. 217, 238
BILLS OF CREDIT, Prohibition of        iii. 220 - 237
        What are        iii. 227 - 237
BILLS OF EXCHANGE, Purchase of, by U. States        iii. 153
BORROW MONEY, Power of congress to        ii. 503, 504



CANALS AND ROADS, Power of congress as to        ii. 149 - 153
CAPITATION TAX, Power to lay        ii. 494 - 458, 462
CAPTURES, Regulation of        iii. 59 - 64
CAROLINAS, Origin and Settlement of        i. 117 - 128
CASES, What are within the judicial power        iii. 499 - 519
CENSUS, when to be taken        ii. 103, 114 - 118
CESSIONS, for Seat of Government        iii. 101 - 103
        for Forts, Arsenals, &e.        iii. 103 - 108
        of Foreign Territory        iii. 156 - 161
CHARTER Governments, what        i. 145, 146
CHARTERS, Whether contracts, protected by constitution        iii. 258 - 264
CITIZENS, who are        iii. 564 - 567
        Privileges and Immunities of, in each State        iii. 673 - 675
COINAGE, Power of congress, over        iii. 16 - 22
        Counterfeiting        iii. 21
        Prohibition upon the States        iii. 217, 219, 220
COLONIES, AMERICAN, Origin and Settlement of        i 1 - 132
        Title of Territory        i. l - 20
        General Review of        i. 132 - 183
        Common Law in        i. 132 - 141
        Governments in        i. 142 - 147
        Rights of        i. 142 - 165. 171 - 176
COLONIES, Legislative powers of        i. 171, 172
COLUMBIA, District of        iii. 96 - 101
        Taxes in        iii. 462 - 469
        Legislation in        iii. 102 - 108



COMMERCE, Power of congress to regulate (See TAXES)        ii. 503 - 543
        Foreign        ii. 510
        Domestic        ii. 510
        with Indians        ii 510, 539 - 541
        Exclusive power in Congress        ii. 512
        Encouragement of Manufactures        iii. 519 - 538
COMMON LAW IN COLONIES, Introduction of        i. 132 - 137, 141
COMMON DEFENCE, Taxes for        ii. 366, 368, 429, 444, 458
COMPACTS, by States        iii. 270, 271
COMPENSATION (See PRESIDENT, JUDGES)        iii. 337 - 339
        iii. 490 - 498
        for Property taken for Public uses        iii. 656 - 661
CONTEMPTS OF CONGRESS, how punishable        iii. 298, 305 - 317
CONTEMPTS OF COURTS, punishable        iii. 650
CONFEDERATION, Origin and Formation of        i. 209 - 216
        Articles of        i. 217 - 223
        Decline and Fall of        i. 224 - 252
CONGRESS, Adjournment of        ii. 293, 294, 297
        Quorum of        ii. 294, 297
        Rules of        . ii. 298, 299
        Ayes and Norms        ii. 301 - 303
        Compensation of        . ii. 318 - 324
        Disqualifications of members of        ii. 330 - 337
        Qualifications of Representatives        ii. 46, 88 - 103
                of Senators        ii. 204 - 208
        Organization and modes of Proceeding        ii. 337 - 865
        Division into two Branches        ii. 26 - 45
        House of Representatives        ii. 46 - 172
        Senate        11. 173 - 280
        Elections of        ii. 280 - 297
        Powers, when exclusive or not        i. 420 - 435
        Meetings of        ii. 280- 297
        Privileges of        ii. 297 - 327
        Journals of, to be kept        ii. 301, 302
        Contempts of        ii. 298, 305 - 317
        Mode of passing laws        ii. 338 - 342, 357 - 365
        Impeachments by and before        ii. 159 - 171, 214 - 279
        Power to Lay Taxes        ii. 366 - 502
        Borrow Money        ii. 503, 504
        Regulate Commerce        ii. 504 - 543



CONGRESS, Powers Continued.
        Naturalization        iii. 1 - 3
        Bankrupt Laws        iii. 4 - 15
        Coin Money        iii. 16 - 20
        Weights and Measures        iii. 20, 21
        Counterfeiting Coin        iii. 21
        Post-offices and Poet-roads        iii. 22 - 47
        Promotion of Science and Arts        iii. 48 - 52
        Piracy and Felonies on the High Seas        iii. 52 - 58
        Offences against the Law of Nations        iii. 52 - 58
        War and Captures        iii. 59 - 64
        Army and Navy        iii. 64 - 80
        Militia        iii. 81 - 95
        Seat of Government        iii. 96 - 101
        Forts, Arsenals, Dock-yards, &c.        iii. 101 - 108
        Incidental Powers        iii. 109 - 126
        Resulting Powers        iii. 111 - 124
        Bank of United States        iii. 127 - 148
        Vacancy in Presidency        iii. 334 - 337
        Establishment of Judiciary        iii. 449 - 458
        648 - 650
        Appropriations of Money        iii. 64
        Internal Improvements        iii. 149 - 158
        Embargoes        ii. 509. iii. 161 - 164
        Alien and Sedition Act        iii. 164 - 166
        Treason, punishment of        iii. 169 - 173
        State Records, proof and effect of        iii. 174 - 183
        Admission of new States        iii. 184 - 192
        Government of Territories        iii. 193 - 201
CONNECTICUT, Origin and Settlement of        i. 72 - 80
CONQUEST, Laws of, as to Colonies        i. 133
CONSCIENCE, Rights of        iii. 702 - 705
CONSTITUTION OF UNITED STATES
        Origin and Adoption of        i. 252 - 258
        General objections to        i. 259 - 278
        Whether a Compact or League        i. 279 - 343
        Formed by the People, and not by States        i. 318 - 322, 448
        Final Interpreter, who is        i. 344 - 382
        Rules of Interpretation of        i. 383 - 442
        Preamble, Exposition of        i. 443 - 494



CONSTITUTION OF U. STATES, Continued.
        Division of powers, Legislative, Executive, Judicial        ii. 1 - 26
        Legislative power, Division into two Branches        ii. 26 - 45
        The House of Representatives
        (See REPRESENTATIVES.)        ii. 46 - 172
        The Senate. (See SENATE.)        ii. 173 - 280
        Mode of passing Laws        ii. 338 - 342, 357 - 365
                President's negative        ii. 343 - 356, 421
                Powers of congress. (See CONGRESS.)        ii. 366 to iii. 217
                Executive department. (See PRESIDENT.)        iii. 277 - 424
                Judicial department. (See JUDICIARY.)        iii. 425 - 456
                Supremacy of Constitution,
                Treaties and Laws        iii. 693 - 701
CONSTRUCTION, Rules of, -- of Constitution        i. 383 - 442
CONSULS, Appointment of        iii. 354, 372
        Suits, by and against        iii. 519 - 525
CONTEMPTS OF CONGRESS, how punishable        ii. 298, 305 - 317
        whether pardonable by President        iii. 353, 354
CONTEMPTS OF COURTS,        iii. 650
CONTRACTS, Impairing, prohibition of        iii. 240 - 268
        of the United States, how interpreted        iii. :200, 201
CONVEYANCES, of Land under Colonial
                Governments        i. 160, 161
COPYRIGHT, of Authors        iii. 48 - 52
CORPORATION, composed of citizens, when
        entitled to sue        iii. 566
        Foreign, when it may sue        iii. 571
CORRUPTION of Blood, in Treason        iii. 169 - 173
COUNSEL, Right to, in criminal cases        iii. 664 - 666
COURTS. (See JUDICIARY.)        iii. 425 - 456
        State, appellate jurisdiction, over        iii. 572, 576 - 612
CRIMES, how prosecuted and tried        iii. 652 - 656
CRIMINALS, Fugitive        iii. 675 - 677
        not bound to accuse themselves        iii. 656 - 660
        Trial of        iii. 652 - 656
        not to be twice tried        iii. 656 - 659
CROWN, Rights and Prerogatives of, in the Colonies        iii. 132 - 137



DEBTS in Colonies, a charge on land        i. 167, 168
        Revolutionary, provided for        iii. 691, 692
        of United States, priority of payment        iii. 153, 154
DEBT, PUBLIC, stock not taxable by a State        iii. 495 - 501
        Old, declared valid        iii. 691, 692
DEFENCE, Common, power to tax for        iii. 366 - 502
DELAWARE, Origin and Settlement of        i. 115 - 117
DESCENT, Rules of, in Colonies        i. 165, 166
DIRECT TAXES, What are        ii. 424 - 428, 462 - 469
        How apportioned        ii. 103, 420, 424
DISCOVERY, Right of, to America        i. 3 - 20
        Effect of, on Indian Title        i. 132 - 138
DISQUALIFICATION and Disability to hold office        iii. 330 - 337
        of Electors        iii. 329, 330
DISTRICT of Columbia        iii. 96 - 101
        Taxes on        iii. 462 - 469
        Legislation in        iii. 102 - 108
DIVISION of Legislative, Executive and Judicial
                powers, Reasons for        ii. 1 - 26
        of Legislative, Reasons for        ii. 26 - 45
DUTIES, Power to lay        ii. 367 - 440
        Meaning of        ii. 419, 421, 423
        to be uniform        ii. 367, 419 - 428
        Prohibitions on States        ii. 471,486. iii. 270



ELECTIONS of Representatives        ii. 46 - 88, 280 - 292
        of Senators        ii. 173 - 203, 280 - 292
        of President and Vice-President        iii. 311 - 330
ELECTORS of President and Vice-President        iii. 311 - 330
        Time of choice of        iii. 330 - 332
        of Representatives and Senators
                (See ELECTIONS.)        ii. 46 - 88, 280 - 292
        Disqualifications of        ii. 329, 330
EMBARGO, power to lay        ii. 509. iii. 161 - 163
        What constitutional        iii. 164 - 168
ERROR, Writ of, Nature and Effect of        iii. 626 - 629
EXCISES, Whet are. (See DUTIES.)        ii. 367, 423, 424
EXCLUSIVE, whet powers of congress are, or not        i. 420 - 435



EXECUTIVE department, Organization of        iii. 277 - 280
EXECUTIVE, Unity of, Reasons for        iii. 281 - 291
        Duration of office        iii. 278, 291 - 309
        Re-eligibility. (See PRESIDENT.)        iii. 302 - 308
EXPORTS, Prohibition of Duties on        ii. 422, 469 - 471
EX POST FACTO LAWS, prohibition of, by congress        iii. 219, 213
                by a state        iii. 238, 239



FELONIES, What are        iii. 52 - 56
        On High Seas        iii. 52 - 56
FINES and FORFEITURES, Pardon of by President        iii. 353, 354
        Prohibition of, excessive        iii. 750 - 751
FLORIDA, Purchase of        iii. 150, 161
FREEDOM of the Press        iii. 722, 731, 744
        of Speech        iii. 722, 731, 735
        of Religion        iii. 722
FUGITIVE, Criminals        iii. 675 - 677
        Slaves        iii. 675 - 677



GENERAL WELFARE, Power to Tax for        ii. 366, 368, 444, 458, 502
GEORGIA, Origin and Settlement of        iii. 128 - 131
GOVERNMENT, Republican form of, guarantied        iii. 679 - 684
GRAND JURY, in Crimes        iii. 655 - 659
GUARANTY of Republican form of Government        iii. 679 - 684



HABEAS CORPUS WRIT, Privilege of        iii. 206-209
        Suspension of        iii. 206 - 209
HIGH SEAS, what is        iii. 52 - 58
        Crimes On        iii. 52 - 58
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
        (See REPRESENTATIVES.)        ii. 46 - 172



IMPAIRING CONTRACTS, Prohibition of        iii. 240 - 268



IMPEACHMENT, Power of in House of
                Representatives        ii. 559 - 171, 214
        Trial of in Senate        ii. 214 - 279
        of President and Vice-President        ii. 247, 255, 278
        Proceedings on        ii. 250, 273 - 277
        who are liable to        ii. 255, 257
        for what offences        ii. 262 - 271
IMPLIED POWERS OF CONGRESS        iii. 109 - 126, 752, 756
        of Courts        iii. 650
IMPLIED EXEMPTIONS from State Power        iii. 125
IMPORTS, a State cannot tax        iii. 474 - 486
IMPOSTS, Meaning of        ii. 419 - 422
        (See DUTIES.)
INCIDENTAL POWERS OF CONGRESS        iii. 109 - 126, 759, 756
INDEPENDENCE, Declaration of        i. 190 - 192
INDIANS, Title to Territory        i. 7, 132, 135 - 138
        Commerce with        ii. 510, 539 - 543
INDICTMENT, when necessary        iii. 656 - 659
INFERIOR OFFICERS, who are in sense of
                Constitution        iii. 362, 386, 387
INFORMATION, in Criminal Cues        iii. 659
INJUNCTIONS, to or by State Courts        iii. 624 - 626
        to or by United States Courts        iii. 624 - 626
INSOLVENT LAWS, how far constitutional        iii. 252 - 256
INSPECTION LAWS, what are        ii. 472, 473
INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS, Power of Congress        iii. 149 - 153
        (See APPROPRIATION.)
INVENTIONS, Patents for        iii. 48 - 52



JEOPARDY of life or limb, in crimes        iii. 656 - 659
JOURNALS of each House to be published        ii. 301, 302
JUDGES, Appointment of        iii. 456, 457
        Tenure of Office        iii. 457 - 489
        Duties of, none but Judicial        iii. 651
        Compensation of        iii. 490 - 497
        Impeachment of. (See JUDICIARY.)        ii. 255, 257



JUDICIARY, Organization and Powers of        iii. 425 - 652
        Importance of        iii. 425 - 436
        Appointment of Judges        iii. 456, 457
        Tenure of Office        iii. 457 - 489
        Compensation of        iii. 490 - 497
        Establishment of Courts        .iii. 437 - 449
        Jurisdiction of Courts        iii. 499 - 651
                When exclusive or not        iii. 613 - 622
                Power of Congress over        iii. 51, 449 - 456
                Whether Congress can vest, Power in
                        State Courts        iii. 619 - 624
                Original Jurisdiction        iii. 572 - 576
                Appellate Jurisdiction        iii. 579, 576 - 590, 696 - 651
                from State Courts        iii. 576 - 612
        Cases, what are        iii. 499 - 519
JUDICIARY, Parties in suits        iii. 499, 549 - 560
                when a State a party        iii. 540 - 560
        Suits by and against Ambassadors        iii. 519 - 525
        Admiralty Suits        iii. 525 - 536
        Suits by United States        iii. 536 - 542
                by or against States        iii. 543 - 549
                by citizens of different States        iii. 543, 561 - 564
                under grants of different States        iii. 543, 567, 568
                by or against Foreigners or Foreign
                        States        iii.543,568 - 571
                Trial of Crimes        iii. 652 - 656
JURISDICTION OF COURTS OF UNITED
                        STATES        iii. 499 - 572
        Original        iii. 572-576
        Appellate. (See JUDICIARY.)        iii. 572, 576 - 612, 626 - 651
        over Cases from State Courts        iii. 562, 576 - 612
        Regulation of, by Congress        iii. 648 - 650
        Removal of Suits from State Courts        iii. 608 - 611
        When exclusive, or concurrent        iii. 613 - 622
        As to facts        iii. 626 - 650
        By Appeal        iii. 627 - 629
        By Writ of Error        iii. 627 - 629



JURY, TRIAL BY
        in Criminal Cases        iii. 652 - 656
        in Civil Cases        iii. 628 - 648
        Grand Jury        iii. 655 - 659



KING, Rights and Prerogatives of, in Colonies        i. 161 - 170



LANDS PUBLIC, Power of Congress over        iii. 184 - 191
LAWS OF UNITED STATES, Supremacy of        iii. 693 - 701
LAW OF NATIONS, offences against        iii. 52 - 58
LAW OF THE LAND; Meaning of        iii. 656 - 661
LEGISLATION, when exclusive in Congress. (See
                COMMERCE)        i. 420 - 433; ii.420 - 425
        in ceded places        iii. 96 - 102
        on high seas        iii. 56 - 58
        when not exclusive. (See TAXES.)        i. 420 - 425, 433
LEGISLATURE. (See CONGRESS, SENATE, REPRESENTATIVES.)
LETTERS OF MARQUE AND REPRISAL, Power of
        Congress        iii. 59 - 64
                Prohibition on State to issue        iii 218, 219
LIBERTY of the Press        iii. 722 - 731,744
        of Speech        iii. 722 - 731,744
        in Congress        ii. 318
LOUISIANA, Purchase of        iii. 156 - 160



MAINE, Origin and Settlement of        i. 64 - 71
MANUFACTURES, Power of Congress to
                encourage        ii. 429 - 440, 519 - 538
MARYLAND, Origin and Settlement of        i. 92 - 97
MASSACHUSETTS, Origin and Settlement of        i. 44 - 63
MEASURES AND WEIGHTS, Power of Congress as to        iii. 20, 21
MIGRATION AND IMPORTATION OF SLAVES        iii. 202 - 206
MILITIA, Power of Congress over        iii. 81 - 95
        Discipline and Government of        iii. 83 - 88
        Calling forth by Government        iii. 88 - 94
        Command of        iii. 93 - 95
        Right to hear arms        iii. 746, 747



MILITARY ACADEMY        iii. 155
MINISTERS, PUBLIC, Appointment of        iii. 372, 373
        Receiving of, by Executive        iii. 414 - 419
        Violations or Rights of        iii. 522
        Right to sue        iii. 519 - 595
MONEY, Coinage of        iii. 16 - 22
        Power to borrow        iii. 503
        Bills, or Revenue Bills        ii. 338 - 343



NATIONAL BANK, Constitutionality of        iii. 127 - 149
NATURALIZATION, Power of        iii. 1 - 3
NAVIGATION, Regulation of        iii. 507 - 510
NAVY AND ARMY, Power to establish        iii. 64 - 79
        Regulation of        iii. 79, 80
"NECESSARY AND PROPER," Meaning of, as to powers
                of Congress        ii. 109 - 126
NEGATIVE of President on Laws        ii. 343 - 356, 421
NEW-ENGLAND, Origin and Settlement of        i. 34 - 43
NEW-HAMPSHIRE, Origin and Settlement of        i. 64 - 68
NEW-HAVEN COLONY, Origin and Settlement of        i. 73, 74
NEW-JERSEY, Origin and Settlement of        i. 164 - 108
NEW-YORK, Origin and Settlement of        i. 98 - 103
NOBILITY, Prohibition of Titles of by Congress        iii. 215, 216
                by the States        iii. 269
NORTH CAROLINA, Origin and Settlement of        i. 117 - 127



OATH OF OFFICE, by Officers of United States        iii. 155, 702
        of Senators and Representatives        iii. 155, 702
        of President        iii. 339
                (See IMPEACHMENT.)        ii. 247, 255, 278
        by State Officers        iii. 702 - 705
OBLIGATION OF A CONTRACT, what it is        iii. 243, 244
OFFICE, Tenure of, by Judges. (See JUDICIARY.)        iii. 457 - 488
                by President and Vice-President        iii. 278, 291 - 302
        Appointments to. (See APPOINTMENTS.)        iii. 354,372 - 386
        Disqualifications to hold         ii. 330 - 337. iii. 331 - 334



OFFICE,continued.
        Whether Commission necessary to        iii. 397 - 408
        Foreign, Prohibition to hold        iii. 215, 216
        When Appointee is in        iii. 408, 400
OFFICERS, who are inferior in sense of Constitution        iii. 382, 386
ORIGINAL JURISDICTION. (See JUDICIARY.)        iii. 572 - 576



PAPER MONEY, Prohibition of (See TENDER.)        iii. 220 - 236
PARDONS AND REPRIEVES, by President        iii. 340, 343 - 354
        Whether extending to Contempts        iii. 353
        not extending to Impeachments        iii. 340, 351, 353
PARLIAMENT, Powers and Rights of, over Colonies        i. 172 - 183
PAR,TIES TO A SUIT, who are, and when a State        iii. 549 - 560
PATENTS FOR INVENTIONS        iii. 48 - 52
PENNSYLVANIA, Origin and Settlement of        i. 109 - 114
PEOPLE, Constitution framed by        i. 318 - 322, 446
PETITION. Right of        iii 745, 746
PIRACY, Power to define        iii. 52 - 58
PLANTATIONS AND COLONIES, General Law
                Governing        i. 132 - 141
PLYMOUTH COLONY, Origin and Settlement of        i. 36 - 43
POLL TAXES        ii. 444 - 458
POST-OFFICE AND POST-ROADS, Power respecting        iii. 22 - 47
POST-MASTER GENERAL, Suits by        iii. 154
                his Patronage an anomaly        iii. 387, 388
POWERS OF CONGRESS, Incidental        iii. 109 - 126
        Express. (See CONGRESS.)
        Implied        iii. 109, 126, 752, 759
        When exclusive, or not        i. 420 - 435
POWERS, reserved to States or People        iii. 751, 754
PREAMBLE OF CONSTITUTION, Exposition of        i. 448 - 494
PRESS, Liberty or the        iii. 722, 731, 744
PRESENTMENT, what it is        iii. 657
PRESIDENT, Negative on Laws        ii. 343 - 355, 421
        Mode of Choice of        iii. 311 - 330
        Re-eligibility of        iii. 302 - 308



PRESIDENT, Continued.
        Duration and Tenure of Office        iii. 278, 291 - 302
        Non-election of        iii. 335, 336, 337
        Vacancy of Office of        iii. 334 - 337
        Powers of        iii. 340 - 424
                Incidental        iii. 418, 419, 420
        Duties of        iii. 412 - 414
        Appointments by        iii. 372 - 386
                when complete        iii. 397, 408
        Removals by        iii. 388 - 397
        Power to require Opinions of Departments        iii. 340, 343
        Calling forth Militia        iii. 88 - 95
        Making Treaties (See Treaties)        iii. 354 - 373
        Command of Militia        iii. 93 - 95
        Resignation of        iii. 334 - 337
        Pardon and Reprieves by        .iii. 340, 343 - 354
        Qualifications of        iii. 331 - 334
        Compensation of        iii. 337 - 339
        Oath of office        iii. 339, 340
        Commander of Army and Navy        iii. 340 - 342
Power to Convene and Adjourn Congress        iii. 412 - 414
        Receiving Ambassadors        iii. 414 - 420
        Resignation of Office        iii. 334, 335, 337
        Impeachment of        ii. 247, 255, 278, iii. 421
        Veto        ii. 343 - 356. iii. 343 - 356, 421
PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE (See VICE-PRESIDENT.)         ii. 208 - 211
PRESENTS FROM FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS,
                Prohibition of        iii. 215, 216
PRIORITY OF PAYMENT OF DEBTS        DUE TO
        THE UNITED STATES        iii. 153, 154
PROCESS, Due, of Law, what is        iii. 656, 661
PROCLAMATIONS, BY PRESIDENT, when proper        iii. 419, 429
        of Neutrality        iii. 419, 420
PROHIBITIONS on the United States        iii. 302 - 216
        on the States        iii. 217 - 269
        (See STATES)
PROPERTY taken for Public Use, Compensation for        iii. 656, 661
PROPERTY OF UNITED STATES, Power of
                Congress over        iii. 193 - 198
PROPRIETARY GOVERNMENTS, what        i. 144, 145



PROTECTIVE DUTIES. (See TAXES.)        ii. 429 - 440
PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENTS, what        i. 143, 144
PUBLIC LANDS,        iii. 184 - 191
PUNISHMENTS, CRUEL, not to be inflicted        iii. 750, 751
PURCHASE by the United State, of Foreign
                Territory        iii. 156 - 161
        of Bills of Exchange        iii. 153



QUALIFICATIONS AND DISQUALIFICATIONS OF
        OFFICE        ii. 49, 204, 339 - 337
        of House of Representatives        ii. 46, 88 - 103
        of Senate        ii. 204 - 208
        of President        iii. 331 - 334
QUARTERING TROOPS,        iii. 747, 748
QUORUM OF EACH HOUSE        ii. 294,295



RATIFICATION OF CONSTITUTION, how
        made        i. 256, 257. iii. 709 - 712
RECORDS AND LAWS OF STATES, how proved        iii. 174 - 183
        Effect of Proof iii. 174 - 183 of Colonies, effect of        iii. 176, 171
RELIGIOUS TEST, Prohibition of        iii. 702, 765, 731
RELIGION, Freedom of        iii. 722 - 731
REMITTANCES, how United States may make        iii. 153
REMOVALS FORM OFFICE BY PRESIDENT        iii. 388 - 397
Whether the Concurrence of the Senate
        ought to be required        iii. 388 - 397
REMOVAL of Suits from State Courts        iii. 608 - 611
REPRESENTATIVES, House of, in Colonies        i. 149, 156
        first Colonial, in Virginia        i. 25, 26
        in Congress        ii. 46 - 172
        How chosen        ii. 46 - 88
        Term of Service        ii. 47, 67 - 88
        Qualifications of        ii. 46, 88 - 103
        Apportionment of        ii. 103 - 114, 137 - 156
        Speaker of House of        ii. 151 - 156
        Impeachment by        ii. 159 - 171
        Disqualifications of        ii. 330 - 337



REPRIEVES AND PARDONS, Power of
                President        iii.340, 343 - 354
REPRISAL, Letters of Marque and Reprisal        iii. 59 - 64
        (See LETTERS OF MARQUE.)
RESERVED Powers and Rights of the People        iii. 751 - 754
RETROSPECTIVE LAWS        iii. 268 - 269
REVENUE, Bills to raise        ii. 338 - 343
REVENUE BILLS, what        ii. 338 - 343
REVOLUTION, AMERICAN, Origin and History of        i. 171, 184 - 208
                Powers of Government during the        i. 184 - 208
RHODE-ISLAND, Origin and Settlement of        i. 81 - 92
RIGHTS RESERVED to the States and People        iii. 751 - 754
ROADS AND CANALS, Power as to        iii. 149, 153



SEARCH AND SEIZURE OF PERSONS AND
        PAPERS, Prohibition of        iii. 748 - 750
SEAT OF GOVERNMENT        iii. 96 - 101
Power of Legislation over         iii. 102 - 108
SEDITION ACT, whether Constitutional        iii. 164 - 166, 743, 744
SENATE, Organization of        ii. 173 - 184
        How chosen        ii. 171 - 184
        Number of        ii. 184 - 186
        Term of Service        ii. 187 - 203
        Vacancies in, how supplied        ii. 203
        Qualifications of        ii. 204 - 208
        President of        ii. 208 - 211
        Power to try Impeachments        ii. 214 - 279
                (See IMPEACHMENTS.)
        Disqualifications of        ii. 330 - 337
SLAVES, Representation of        ii. 107 - 114
        Migration and Importation of        iii. 202 - 206
        Fugitive        iii. 675 - 677
SLAVERY, Restriction of, in Territories        iii. 184, 191, 192
SLAVE TRADE, Prohibition of        iii. 202 - 206
SOLDIERS, Quartering of, prohibited        iii. 747, 748
SOUTH-CAROLINA, Origin and Settlement of        i. 117 - 127
SPEECH, Liberty of, in Congress        ii. 318
SPEAKER OF HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES        ii. 151 - 156



STATES, Admission of new        iii. 184 - 192
        Prohibitions on. (See PROHIBITIONS.)        iii. 217 - 276
        Treaties, Alliances, Compacts        iii. 217, 218, 270 - 272
        Letters of Marque and War        iii. 218, 219
        Coining Money        iii. 219, 220
        Bills of Credit        iii. 220 - 238
        Tender Laws        iii. 236, 237
        Impairing Contracts        iii. 240 - 266
        Bills of Attainder        iii. 217, 237
        Ex post facto Laws        iii. 238, 239
        Titles of Nobility        iii. 269
        Keeping Army or Navy        iii. 272
        Laying Duties or Imposts        ii. 474 - 486
        Laying Taxes        ii. 471, 475 - 501
        Tax on Bank of United States        ii. 486 - 495
        on Public Debt        ii. 495 - 501
        Tax on Importations        ii. 474 - 486
        Tonnage Duties        iii. 270
        Declaring War        iii. 273, 273
        Suits by and against (See JUDICIARY.)         iii. 543, 545 - 560
        When a party to a Suit        iii. 549 - 560
        Courts of, Appeals from        iii. 572, 576 - 612
        SUPREMACY of Constitution, Laws, and Treaties        iii. 693 - 701



TAXES, Power of Congress to lay        ii. 366 - 534
        Extent of power        ii. 366 - 502
        Whether to regulate Commerce        ii. 430 - 434, 529 - 534
                or encourage Manufactures        ii. 429 - 440
        for Common Defence and General
                Welfare        ii. 367, 368, 429, 444 - 458
        for Internal Improvements        iii. 149 - 153, 440, 458
        (See APPROPRIATION.)        ii. 440 - 448
        Direct, what        ii. 424 - 428, 442
        Indirect, what        ii. 419 - 424
        Power not exclusive        ii. 411, 413
        Restrictions on Power        ii. 469 - 471
        Prohibitions on the States, as to        ii. 471, 475 - 501
        on District of Columbia        iii. 462 - 469
TENDER LAWS, Prohibition of        iii. 236 - 238



TENURES OF LAND IN COLONIES        i. 159, 161
TERRITORIES OF UNITED STATES, Government of        iii. 193 - 202
        Restriction of Slavery in        iii. 184, 591, 192
        Law of Conquered        i. 133, 134, 194
        Law of Plantations. (See UNITED STATES.)         i. 133, 134
TEST, Religious, Prohibition of        iii. 702, 705
TESTIMONY OF CRIMINALS, not compulsive        iii. 656 - 660
TONNAGE DUTIES, by United States        ii. 469
        Prohibition on States        ii. 471,474. iii. 270
TREASON, Definition of        iii. 667 - 670
        Evidence of        iii. 667 - 671
        Effect of Conviction        iii. 169, 170
        Punishment of        iii. 169 - 173
TREATIES, Prohibition on States to form         iii. 217, 218, 270, 271
        Power of President and Senate to make        iii. 354 - 372
TRIAL OF CRIMES, in what place        iii. 652 - 655
        by Jury, in Criminal Cases        iii. 653 - 656
                in Civil Cases        iii. 628 - 548
TROOPS, Quartering, Prohibition of        iii. 747, 748



UNITED COLONIES, Powers of, during Revolution        i. 184 - 208
UNION, Importance of        i. 451 - 463
UNITED STATES. (See CONSTITUTION.)
        Supremacy of Laws of        iii. 693 - 701
        Priority of Debts to        iii. 153, 154
        Right to Sue        iii. 154, 155
        Right to Contract and Grant        iii. 154, 155
        Right to Purchase Foreign Territory        iii. 156 - 161
        Right to acquire Domestic Territory        iii. 184 - 192
        (See PROHIBITIONS.)
UNITY OF EXECUTIVE, Reasons        iii. 281 - 291



VACANCIES, Appointments by State Executives to
                Senate        ii. 203
        Appointments by President in recess of Congress        iii. 409 - 412
        in Office of President and Vice-President         iii. 334 - 337
VETO, President's        ii. 342 - 356. iii. 421, note

778        INDEX

VICE-PRESIDENT, How chosen        iii. 311- 330
        Reasons for Creation of        iii. 308 - 311
        President of Senate        ii. 208, 211. iii. 309, 310
        Powers and Duties        ii. 908. iii. 334, 335
        Vacancy, or Office of        iii. 334, 337
        Impeachment of        ii. 247, 255, 278
        Duration of Office of        iii. 308, 309
        Resignation of        iii. 334 - 337
VIRGINIA, Origin and Settlement of        i. 21 - 33



WARRANTS, General, Prohibition of        iii. 748 - 750
WAR, Power of Congress to Declare        iii. 59 - 64
        Prohibition on the States        iii. 270, 272
WEIGHTS AND MEASURES, Power of Congress as to        iii. 20, 21
WITNESSES, Criminals not bound to be        iii. 656, 660
        in Criminal Cases        iii. 656 - 662
WRIT OF ERROR, Nature and Effect of        iii. 626, 629