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If vacancies happen by resignation or otherwise, during the recess of the Legislature of any State, how may such vacancies be filled ?
What shall be the age of a man, before he may be a Senator?
How many years must he have been a citizen of the United States ?
Of what State must he be an inhabitant ?
When the President of the United States is tried, who shall preside ?
To convict a person, the concurrence of what portion of the Senate does it require ?
In cases of impeachment how far may judgment extend ? Is the party convicted liable to be tried again ?
Who shall prescribe the times, places and manner of holding elections for Senators and Representatives? -May Congress make or alter such regulations ?
How often, and when shall Congress assemble !
Who shall be the judge of elections, returns, and qualifications of its own Members ?
What portion of each shall constitute a quorum to do business?
May a smaller number adjourn from day to day?
May they be authorized to compel the attendance of absent Members ?
May each House determine the rules of its proceedings ? Yes, and punish
-expel a Member. Of what shall each House keep a journal ? Of its proceedings,
require secrecy. In what case shall the yeas and nays of the Members of either House, on any question, be entered on the journal ?
During the session of Congress, may either House adjourn without the consent of the other ? Not for moreshall be sitting.
Shall the Senators and Representatives receive a compensation for their services ? Yes, to be United States.
What privileges shall they have ? They shall be priviJeged any other place.
What exceptions ?
Shall a Senator or Representative be appointed to any civil office under the authority of the United States ?
Shall a person, holding any office under the United States, be a Member of either House ?
In which House shall all bills for raising revenue originate? In the House of other bills.
What shall be done with every bill, which shall have passed the House of Representatives and the Senate ? Before it become- reconsider it.
If after such reconsideration, two thirds of that House shall agree to pass the bill, what shall be done ? It shall be sent
become a law. In all such cases, how shall the votes of both Houses be determined ? By yeas and each House respectively.
What, if the President shall not return a bill, presented to him, within ten days from the time, he received it?
What, if Congress prevent his returning it by their adjournment ?
Is the Sabbath to be reckoned, as one of the ten days ?
What shall be done with every order, resolution or vote, to which the concurrence of the Senate and House of Representatives may be necessary ? They shall be presented
-case of a bill.
- United States.
What other power shall the Congress have ? To borrow money - - post roads.
How may the Congress promote the progress of science and useful arts ?
What other power shall the Congress have? To constitute tribunals- -support armies.
May they appropriate money to raise and support armies ?
What other power shall the Congress have ? To provide and maintain
What other power shall the Congress have ? To exercise exclusivem -or officer thereof.
When the Constitution was adopted, what did it say, respecting the migration or importation of such persons, as · any of the States, then existing, might think proper to admit?
May a tax or duty be imposed on such importation now ? May the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus be suspended?
May a bill of attainder, or ex post facto law be passed ?
May a tax, or duty be laid on articles, exported from any
In any way, may any preference be given to the ports of one State over those of another ?
What does the Constitution say respecting vessels, bound to, or from one State to another ?
How shall money be drawn from the Treasury ?
What is said of the receipts and expenditures of all public money ?
May the United States grant titles of nobility ?
What is said of a person, holding any office of profit, or trust under the United States ? He shall not without the consent, &c.
Will you repeat what is contained in the tenth section of
In what manner shall the President and Vice President be elected ? Each State- -in the Congress.
Who shall not be appointed an elector ?*
What may the Congress determine respecting the choice of electors ?
Must all the electors be chosen on the same day ?
What qualifications are requisite to render a man eligible to the office of President ?
In what cases shall the duties of the President devolve on the Vice President ?
In case of the removal, death, resignation or inability, both of the President and Vice President, what shall be done ?
What shall the President receive for his services ?
Before he enter on the execution of his office, what shall he do ?
What is the language of his oath or affirmation ?
Of whom may he require their opinion, in writing, upon
* For the remainder of the questions on this subject, see amend. ment Article xii.
Has he power to grant reprieves and pardons for offences against the United States ?
By and with the advice and consent of the Senate, what power shall he have? To make- establish by law.
The appointment of what officers, may the Congress by law vest in the President ? What other power shall the President have? To fill up
--next session. Of what shall he from time to time give information to the Congress ?
What shall he recommend to their consideration ?
On extraordinary occasions what may the President do ? Convene both- think proper.
Whom shall he receive ?
Under what circumstances, shall the President, Vice President, and all civil officers of the United States, be removed from office ?
In what bodies of men shall the Judicial power of the United States be vested ?
For how long a term of time shall the Judges, both of the Supreme and Inferior Court hold their offices ?
What shall they receive at stated times for their services ?
To what cases shall the Judicial power extend ? To all cases in law, &c.
In what cases shall the Supreme Court have original jurisdiction ?
In what cases shall the Supreme Court have appellate jurisdiction ?
How shall the trial of all crimes be ? By jury, except in cases, &c.
Where shall such trial be held ?
What, if the crime shall have been committed without the limits of any State ?
In what shall treason against the United States consist ?
What body of men shall have power to declare the punishment of treason ?
Shall an attainder of treason work corruption of blood or forfeiture ?
Relative to such acts, records and proceedings, what may the Congress do ?
What does the Constitution say concerning the citizens of each State ?
If a person, charged in any State with treason, felony, or other crime, shall flee from justice, and be found in another State, what shall be done ?
What, if a person, held to service or labor in one State under its laws, shall escape into another, in which such laws do not exist ? He shall not be discharged from, &c.
How may new States be admitted into this Union ?
Under what restrictions ? No new State -of the Congress.
What shall Congress have power to do respecting the territory, or other property belonging to the United States ?
May nothing in this Constitution be so construed, as to prejudice any claims of the United States ? or of any particular State?
What shall the United States guarantee to every State in this Union ? What more, shall the United States do for each State ?
V. How may this Constitution be amended ? The Congress, whenever
by the Congress. In the provision for amendments, what restriction still remains ? Provided, that no State --in the Senate.
What shall be as valid against the United States, under this Constitution, as under the Confederation ?
What shall be the Supreme Law of the land ?
Who shall be bound thereby! The Judges --the contrary notwithstanding.
Who shall be bound by oath or affirmation, to support this Constitution ? What does the Constitution say respecting a religious test ?
VII. When this Constitution was formed, what was sufficient for its establishment between the States ?