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CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES.
Importation of slaves allowed till 1808,..........

236
Habeas corpus, attainder and ex post facto laws...........

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Direct taxes.........

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No exportation duty to be laid, nor preference to be given the commerce of
one state........................

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Money, how drawn from the Treasury and receipts and expenditures of to be
published.........

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All nobility, foreign presents and titles prohibited..

... 236
Powers denied to the States.........................................

...236
President of the United States, how elected.............

... 237
Electors how appointed, and duties of.........................

237
Their votes to be counted in Congress.......................

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Representatives to chose President if electors fail...........

238
Manner of voting in that contingency .........................

.. 238
Election and meeting of electors......................................

.. 238
Qualifications of President..............
Provision for a President, in case of his death, removal, or inability to serve.
Compensation and oath of President..........................

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Powers and duties of the President...............
President and all civil officers liable to impeachment................ .............
Judiciary powers of and tenure of judges............

240
Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court.............

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240
Trials by jury, and where held................................

.. 240
Treason, what constitutes it............................

.. 240
Treason not to corrupt blood....................

.. 241
Acts of States accredited...........

.. 241
Privileges of citizenship..........

241
Fugitives from justice and fugitive slaves to be delivered up....

.. 241
New States.............
Territory and other property of the United States..........

.. 241
Republican form of government and protection of States.......
Amendments to Constitution...................

.242
Debts of former governments recognised ..........

.. 242
What constitutes the supreme law.................

.. 242
Oath of public officers .................................
No religious test............................................

. 242
Ratification of Constitution......

243
CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES, Amendments to...................

Freedom of religion, of the press, of speech, and right to assemble peaceably. 244
Right of petition guaranteed............

.. 244
Right of the people to keep and bear arms guaranteed................................ 244
Quartering of soldiers in peace in house without consent of owner forbidden. 244
Quartering of soldiers in time of war restricted.............

.. 244
Security of people in their persons, house and papers guaranteed................ 244
Presentment or indictment by Grand Jury necessary to hold a person for crime. 244
Persons' life or limb prevented from being put twice in jeopardy for same offence 244

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CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES, Amendments to.

Persons cannot be compelled to appear as witnesses against themselves.........
Private property shall not be taken for public use without compensation.......

.. 244
Privileges of accused in criminal prosecutions specified and guaranteed..........
Right of trial by jury guaranteed in certain suits at common law...............

.. 244
Prohibition of excessive bail....................

......................... 245
Enumeration of certain rights in constitution are not to deny or disparage
others retained by people..........................

245
Powers not delegated to the United States reserved to the States.................

... 245
Limit on judicial power of the United States......

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Mode of electing President and Vice President of the United States.............

... 245
No person ineligible as President shall be the Vice President........... .... 245
CONVICTS AND FELONS.
Act of California of April 11, 1850...........

Importing convicts into the State forbidden..
Convicts for treason excepted.................................

Penalties and liabilities for violation of law...........
Law of Connecticut relative thereto...............................

Penalty imposed upon persons importing convicts into the State............
Act of Georgia of February 10, 1787..................

Felons from other countries or States subject to permanent disabilities...
Imprisonment in jail until transported from State....
Penalty to be death in case of return.

Right of trial by jury and counter proof allowed.......
Act of New Jersey of January 28, 1797.
Masters of vessels prohibited from landing them.......

.... 109
Penalty in case masters import or bring them in......
Masters to bond to carry them out............ ....................................
Penalty in case of refusal or default.......

..... 109
Act of Pennsylvania of March 27, 1789..........

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........ 145
Captains of vessels prohibited from importing them..........
Penalty in case of violation of provisions of law......... ...............

..... 146
Masters to bond to carry them out of State....................

..... 146
Act of Pennsylvania of April 15, 1851..............

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Penalty for importing convicts................

..... 153
Act of Rhode Island on subject................................... .......................

..... 154
Provision in regard to importing convicts.............

154
Act of South Carolina of November 4, 1788.................

Penalty for importation of convicts .................. ................ 154, 155, 156
Mode of recovery of fines and forfeitures......................
Act of Virginia on subject................................... ........................ 159
Penalty for importation of convicts................

...... 159

D.
DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE...........

215
DELAWARE, revised statutes of, on vessels bringing passengers into the State 85
Qualifications necessary to exercise the right of suffrage in..

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Answer of, to Virginia resolutions of 1798.....

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EDUCATION, provision of, for minors in act of Pennsylvania, March 19, 1890. 146

Provision for indentured minors to receive schooling every year of his service 152
EXTRADITION, TREATIES OF.
Treaty with Great Britain of August 9, 1842, extract of ............

195
Criminals to be delivered up to either party upon requisition........

195
Treaty with France of November 9, 1843.........

196
Criminals to be given up to either party upon requisition.. ................. 196
Character of crimes parties to be guilty of to be delivered up.............. 197
Surrender, by whom to be made.

197
Not to have ex post facto effect............ .........................................

197
Treaty with the Hawaiian Isles of December 20, 1849.................................... 198
Criminals to be given up to either party upon requisition........................ 198

Character of crimes of which parties given up are to be guilty................ 198
Treaty with Prussia and other German States of June 1, 1853...................... 199

Criminals to be given up to either party upon requisition........................
Character of crimes of which parties given up are to be guilty.... ...........

None of the contracting parties to give up their own subjects................... 200
Treaty with Bavaria of November 18, 1854............................................... 202
Criminals guilty of certain crimes to be given up to either party on requisition 203

Person guilty of crime in his asylum to be tried for that before given up... 204
Treaty with Hanover of January 18, 1855........................ ........................ 205

Persons guilty of certain crimes to be given up to either party upon requisition 205

Person guilty of crime in his asylum to be tried for that before given up... 206
Accession to treaty with Prussia by the city of Bremen, October 15, 1853......... 208

Accession said city to previous treaty with Prussia provided for............... 208
Accession to previous treaty with Prussia by Wurtemburg, of Dec. 27, 1853...... 209
Accession to previous treaty with Prussia by Mecklenburg Schwerin, of January
6th, 1854...........................

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Accession to previous treaty with Prussia by Mecklenburg Strelitz, of January
26th, 1854...........

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Accession to previous treaty with Prussia by Oldenburg, of March 21st, 1854... 212
Accession to previous treaty with Prussia by Schaumburg Lippe, of July 26th, 1854 213
Treaty with the Swiss Confederation, of November 9, 1855....... ................ 214
Persons guilty of certain crimes to be given up to either party on requisition 214

F.
FAREWELL ADDRESS OF GEORGE WASHINGTON........
FLORIDA, Qualifications necessary to exercise the right of suffrage in ............
FRANCE, Extradition treaty with, of November 9th, 1843......... .............
FELONS.—See convicts and felons.

G.
GEORGE WASHINGTON, Farewell address of..............

............. 247
GEORGIA, Law of, passed February 10, 1787, prohibiting the importation and
residence of felons into State..

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Law of, passed December 22, 1819, against the introduction of alier passen-

gers into State.......

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GEORGIA, qualifications necessary to exercise the right of suffrage in............ 175
GREAT BRITAIN, Extradition treaty with, of August 9th, 1842.................. 195

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HANOVER, Extradition treaty with, of January 18th, 1855.............. ...... 205
HAWAIIAN ISLES, Extradition treaty with, of December 20th, 1849............ 198

ILLINOIS, Qualifications necessary to exercise the right of suffrage in............ 180
INDEPENDENCE, Declaration of...........

................ 215
INDIANA, Qualifications necessary to exercise the right of suffrage in......... 180

K.
KENTUCKY, Qualifications necessary to exercise the right of suffrage in......... 179
Resolutions of, in 1798 and 1799..........

279

L.
LOUISIANA, Act of, passed March 21, 1850, relative to Charity Hospital and

passengers arriving in State.
Qualifications necessary to exercise the right of suffrage in...................... 178

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MAINE, Revised statutes of, on vessels bringing passengers and paupers into
State ............

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Act of, approved June 22, 1848, relative to bond against passengers becom-

ing public charges..

Qualifications necessary to exercise the right of suffrage in............ .. 161
MARYLAND, Act of, relative to the importation of passengers...... ....... 95

Supplement to last recited act of..............
Supplement to same, passed March 2d, 1842.........

Supplement to same, passed January 30, 1850...............
MASSACHUSETTS, Revised statutes of, on alien passengers and pappers........

... 100
Law of, passed April 20, 1837, on alien passengers........

. 101
Law of, passed May 10, 1848, on alien passengers............

..... 102
Law of, passed March 16, 1849, on alien passengers...............

. 106
Law of, passed March 26, 1850, on alien passengers........

.. 106
Law of, passed May 23, 1853, relative to the transit of alien passengers...... 107
Qualifications necessary to exercise the right of suffrage in.

Answer of, to Virginia resolutions of 1798........... .................................... 276
MECKLENBURG SCHWERIN, Accession of, to Prussian extradition treaty,
January 6th, 1854 ......

.................................................. 210
MECKLENBURG STRELITZ, Accession of, to Prussian extradition treaty, Jan-
uary 26th, 1854..........

....................................... 211
MICHIGAN, Qualifications necessary to exercise the right of suffrage in........... 181
MINNESOTA TERRITORY, Qualifications necessary to exercise the right of

suffrage in.................
MISSISSIPPI, Qualifications necessary to exercise the right of suffrage in....... 177

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MINORS, Provision for the education of foreign indentured minors in Pennsyl-
vania............

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MISSOURI, Qualifications necessary to exercise the right of suffrage in ........... 182

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NATURALIZATION.

Dates of the several acts of Congress on the subject.................................. 1, 2
Remarks on the same..

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Act of April 14, 1802, to establish uniform rule of naturalization ..................
Alien may become a citizen.

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Conditions .........

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Exceptions .......

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Condition in case of alien residing in the United States before Jan. 29, 1795. 4
Condition in case of alien residing in the United States between January 29,
1795 and June 18, 1798...............

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Proceedings in case of naturalization-how to be recorded.. ........................
Mode of naturalization prescribed ............
Registry of free white persons arriving in the United States—mode of.........
Court of record before which naturalization is to be effected..
Registers' fees..........................
Rights of children of persons naturalized...............................................
Repeal of inconsistent acts.............................................
Act in addition to an act for establishing uniform rule of, approved March 26, 1804
Provision in favor of aliens residing in the United States between 18th June,
1798 and April 14, 1802............

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Widow and children of deceased alien to become citizens when he has com-

plied with first condition..........
Act for the regulation of seamen on board the public and private vessels of the
United States, approved March 3, 1813..........

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Continuous residence of five years a necessary qualification......
Act supplementary to acts heretofore passed, approved July 30, 1813.........
Alien enemies who declared their intention previous to 18th June, 1812, may

become citizens ...........
Power reserved to apprehend or remove alien enemy any time previous to his

naturalization ..........................................................................
Act relative to evidence in cases of naturalization .............
Evidence to be exhibited by aliens to become citizens............

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Admission without the recital of the proceeding of no validity ...................
Condition in favor of aliens settling in United States between 18th June, 1798

and April 14, 1802, to remain in force..........
Proof of residence of the applicant required ..................................
Certificate of naturalization..................................................................
Act in addition to act establishing uniform rule, and to repeal previous acts, ap-

proved May 26, 1824..............
Conditions on which a minor alien may become a citizen..........................
Declaration necessary in such case, and proof of residence.........................
Confirmation of validity of certificate of citizenship heretofore obtained.......

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