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: ALIENS.

* ADMISSION OF STATES.

• ARMY AND NAVY.
Power of admitting new States 185 Commander-in-Chief of
Construction given to it. 186 Power of raising and equipping 119

Necessity and extent of power 120

Restrictions on the States relat.
Who so termed . . 168. ing to them ... 121
Inducements for them to become

upon Congress. 122
citizens :
Mode prescribed ".

ARSENALS AND FORTS.
Rights acquired thereby ib. See LOCAL JURISDICTION.
See NATURALIZATION,

Arts, (LSEFUL.)
* -*. ALLEGIANCE..

See SCIENCE.
Nature of that due by Citizens
of the United States.

.: ATTAINDER.

See BILLS OF ATTAINDER. '.
. AMBASSADORS.
By whom appointed .

AUTHORS AND INVENTORS.
In what Courts they may sue Şec SCIENCE
and be sued

96, 97
Pow

; AUXILIARY POWERS.
Infringements on their rights, Power to make Laws “necessa-
how punishable

ry and proper,'' to execute
other powers.

205
AMENDMENT OF CONSTITUTION. · Foundation and meaning of it 206
Necessity of such power. 190 Judicial construction of it
Mode of exercising it - ib. Implied powers, how delegated 207
Restrictions upon it

"ib. See PowERS OF GOVERNMENT.
Amendments adopted

191
Theic nature and design ib.

BANK.
Effect and construction of one. 192 See CORPORATIONS.

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Bankruptcy, defined
169 Who, native Citizens

165
To what persons confined 170 Persons, born within the U. S.
Nature of power relative to it ib. who are not Citizens 166
Power retained by States ib. Persons born abroad, who are 167
State Laws camot discharge See Aliens, ALLEGIANCE, NA-
from Contracts, except in

TURALIZATION, &c.
certain cases

171
Why no uniform system now in

Coasting LICENCE. .
force.

ib. See COMMERCE . .
Bills OF ATTAINDER.

COIN AND COINING.
Probibited to States

193 See Mo

See Morky, Powers of GOVERN-
Definitions of

MENT, &c.
To what cases confined.

COMMERCE.
Bills of CREDIT.

Power of regulating it with fo-
Their issue prohibited to States 193 reign nations

141
Reasons therefor . 194 Where and how yested

ib.
Judicial construction of the Its nature and necessity

ib.
Power of Cor in rela To what it extends . ib. 142
tion to them.
195 With what exception

ib.
Judicial construction of it ib.
BORROWING MONEY.

How far it comprehends navi-
Power of, where vested 126

gation within a State
How conferred

134 To what vessels it extends 144
· Extent and construction.. ib. How far it authorizes sale of im-

ported articles . .
CAPTURES..,

States, how far restricted from
Rules concerning

preventing such sale 145
Power of Congress to make them ib. Extends incidentally to other
Nature and extent of the power ib. and what objects

ib.
Judicial construction of it. ib. Applied to protection of domesa.

* tic industry
CIRCUIT COURTI.

To probibition of Slave Trade 146
Organization and Sessions 105 Power of regulating Commerce
Legislative regulations of their

among the Statestent
proceedings

106. Its general objects and extent ib.
Original and exclusive jurisdic. How far restricted

ib.
tion
,

ib. " What Commerce reserved to
In regard to crimes and offences ib. States a


155
Original and concurrent Jurig When power of Congress may
- diction

be exercised within a State ib.
In Civil suits

ib. Judicial construction of this.
Jurisdiction as to copyrights

power

156
and patents

Applied to Incidental objects ib.
In cases where U.S. are par Restrictions on States

ties
Appellate jurisdiction
In what sense “Inferior Courts” ib. How vested and interpreted ib.
Proceedings, how to be inter .. Extent of its operation
preted .

"ib. Trade and intercourse with In.

dians by individuals, how
CITIZENS..
restrained

it
Who are Citizens of U. S. 165 See INDIAN TRIBES.

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COMMON ARBITER.

House OF REPRESENTA-
See Judicial Power, SUPREME *
Court, &c.

CONSTITUTION.
COMMON LAW.

Definition of one
How far established in the Co Origin of them
lonies

30 Where they may exist
Benefit of, claimed by Congress ib. When derived from act of the
Protects absolute rights

Government
Regulated relative rights of Co When from written compact
lonists

ib. Different modes of framing one
Punished offences against pub-

Which most practicable
lic justice

Which preferable
How far adopted by States

How obtained
Basis of their Laws

ib. Theory of a Republican Consti-
State Constitutions made in re

tution
ference to its' validity ib. Advantages of a written one. ib.
Its existence pre-supposed by Evils of a traditionary one

Constitution of U.S. ib. Reasons for preferring one writ.
Referred to for explanation of

ten
. its powers and provisions ib.
How far Common Law in force ConstiTUTION OF UNITED STATES.

under the Constitution of On what foundation erected 33
U. S.

ib. On what principles formed

From what materials
CONGRESS.

In what manner adopted "
How constituted

37 For what objects designed
Disabilities of members 42 Effect of its adoption on the
Their privileges and powers

States
Elections, returns, and quali Effect of its adoption on the
fications

former Confederation
In what manner these powers Principle of representation, how
are exercised

applied in it
Quorum of each House

Powers of Government, how
Adjournments and Journals

delegated by it
Freedom of debate

How to be examined
Punishment of contempts. ib. ConstitUTIONAL Law defined
Duty and power in such cases 44
How far punishment may ex.

CONSTITUTIONS (STATI).

Foundations, how laid
How such offences otherwise Source of their authority
punishable

On what principle founded
To what subjects power of le Powers of Government, how
gislation extends

vested and distributed by
Rules of proceedings

46 them
Forms of Legislation 47, 48 Former civil and municipal In-.
Appointment of Committees 47 stitutions, how far retained 30
Standing Committees

ib. Natural and moral rights se-
Select Committees

ib. cured
Committees of the whole 48 See STATE GOVERNMENTS,
Time and manner of assem-

States, &c.
bling
Time and manner of adjourning 52 Corşuls AND VICE CONSULS.
Period of dissolution.
ib. By whom appointed

66
See LEGISLATIVE POWER, In what Courts they may sue

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CONTRACTS,

and be súed or prosecuted

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

97, 109 Seat of Government
See Judicial PowIR.

Courts organized therein

Privileges of its inhabitants ib.
• Their disabilities..

182
See Laws IMPAIRING CONTRACTS. See LOCAL JURISDICTION.
Copyright. ..

DOCK-YARDS.
See SCIENCE.

See LOCAL JURISDICTION. .
CORPORATIONS.

Domestic Industry..
Grants of, irrevocable liten 198 Encouraged by protecting du-
Are Contracts within the mean.

ties

131

ib.

n what construction
ing and protection of the
a Constitution .

199. By whom question of Constitu.
Creation of, incident to Sove " tionality must be decided 132
reignty ..

207 Commercial restrictions applied
Nature and extent of power ib. to the purpose ? 145
See AUXILIARY Powers, Laws To what exteni, and upon what
IMPAIRING CONTRACTS, &c. • ground of construction ib.

How point must be decided.. 146
COUNTERFRITING..

See COMMERCE, POWERS OF
Power of punishing

164 GOVERNMENT, and Tax.
To what objects ii extends ib. ÅTION and TAXES. .
Nature and necessity of Power ib..
See Powers OF GOVERNMENT. -

DUTIES.
See IMPOSTS AND DUTIES, .

- TAXATION AND TAXES,
COURTS.
See IMPEACHMENTS,
JUDICIAL POWER,

ELECTORS (OF PRESIDENT AND
CIRCUIT COURTS,..
DISTRICT COURTS,

VICE PRESIDENT).
STATE COURTS, and

How chosen
MAGISTRATES, and

Number in each State
SUPREME Court.

Requisite qualifications

At what time to be chosen
DEBTS.

Time for their assembling *
See TENDER Laws.

Mode of their proceeding to

election :
DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE Duties subsequent to Election. 58
See INDEPENDENCE.

See PRESIDENT OF U. S.
District Courts.

EXECUTIVE POWER.
How organized

108 General functions
Stated and Special terms . ib. Objects of this Department
Exclusive Jurisdiction

ib. Extent of discretionary power ib.
Original Jurisdiction

ib. Obligation to obey and enforce
Admiralty Jurisdiction

Laws ..
Concurrent Jurisdiction with Requisite qualities.
- Circuit Courts

109 Power apportioned to it.
Jurisdiction exclusive in certain Advantage of its unity

cases of State Courts ib. Evils of its division or plurali-
With respect to Patents

ib. .. ty
Power of Judge at Chambers . ib. How vested by Constitution of
See JUDICIAL POWER.

U.S.:

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