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Pago ADMIRALTY JURISDICTION.
ARMY AND Navy. See District Courts, JUDI- Commander-in-chief of
101 CIAL POWER, &c.
Power of raising and equipping 154
Necessity and extent of power 156 ADMISSION OF STATES.
Restrictions on the states rePower of admitting new states 262 lating to them
ib. Construction given to it
upon Congress ALIENS.
ARSENALS AND Forts. Who so termed
233 See LOCAL JURISDICTION. Inducements for them to be
ARTS (USEFUL). come citizens
234 Mode prescribed
See SCIENCE. Pights acquired thereby
See BILLS OF ATTAINDER.
AUTHORS AND INVERTORS.
Power to make laws “neces-
104 sary and proper" to execute In what courts they may sue
305 and be sued
· 123-130 Foundation and meaning of it ib. Power of sending and receiving 159 Judicial construction of it 312 Infringements on their rights, Implied powers, how delegated 314 how punishable
195 See PoWERS OF GOVERNMENT. AMENDMENT or CONSTITUTION.
BANK. Necessity of such power . . 267 See CORPORATIONS. Mode of exercising it
268 Restrictions upon it .
ib. Amendments adopted
269 Power to establish uniform sysTheir nature and design 270
235 Effect and construction of one ib. Why vested in National Gov
Object of bankrupt laws ib. See JUDICIAL POWER, SUPREME How distinguished from insolCOURT, &c.
vent laws Bankruptcy defined :
To what persons confined ib. Power of, where vested 104 Nature of power relative to it ib. Vacancies, how supplied . 105 Power retained by states 237 What vacancies intended ib. State laws cannot discharge
from contracts, except in cerARBITER. tain cases
238 Seo JUDICIAL Power, SUPREME Why no uniform system now in COURT, &c.
273 Power of regulating it with for-
To what it extends
ib. Judicial construction of it ib.
275 To what vessels it extends
How far it authorizes sale of
States, how far restricted from
Extends incidentally to other
Applied to protection of domes-
Power of regulating commerce
Its general objects and extent ib.
What commerce reserved to
be exercised within a state 214
Judicial construction of this
Applied to incidental objects ib.
ib. Power of regulating
Trade and intercourse with In-
dians by individuals, how re
See INDIAN TRIBES.
See JUDICIAL POWER, SUPREME
Benefit of, claimed by Congress ib.
Protects absolute rights
Regulated relative rights of col-
Punished offences against pub-
How far adopted by states 52
erence to its validity
52 CONSTITUTIONAL Law defined 42
Foundations, how laid
Source of their authority 48
ib. On what principle founded ib.
Powers of Government, how
vested and distributed by
Foriner civil and municipal in-
stitutions, how far retained
See STATE GOVERNMENTS,
and be sued or prosecuted 128-9
See JUDICIAL POWER.
REPRESENTA- See LAWS IMPAIRING CONTRACTS.
Are Contracts within the mean-
43 ing and protection of the Con-
Creation of, incident to sover-
Nature and extent of power
See AUXILIARY Powers, Laws
IMPAIRING CONTRACTS, &c.
Power of punishing .
To what ohjects it extends
Nature and necessity of power ib.
See POWERS OF GOVERNMENT.
STATE COURts, and
55 See INDEPENDENCE.
Objects of this department 81
Extent of discretionary power
ib. Obligation to obey and enforce
Power apportioned to it. 84
Advantage of its unity
ib. Evils of its division or plurality 85
See PRESIDENT OF U.S.
Right of, denied by English
How regarded by writers on
How far admitted by State Con-
How far settled in Courts of
See NATURALIZATION, &c.
Ex POST FACTO LAWS.
Definition and meaning
FELONIES (ON THE Sea).
Power to define and punish 191
To what extent declared piracy,
Power, how far exclusive 194
See LOCAL JURISDICTION.
Different forms of
POWERS OF GOVERNMENT,
Nature, terms, and effect of the
guarantees to the states 265
44 | Their necessity and extent ib.
See POWERS OF GOVERNMENT,
TAXATION, AND TAXES.
66 What relations acknowledged 216
ib. U. S., how considered 217
ib. How distinguished from “for-
of members 67 coverers, how determined 219
How far same principle adopted
69 | How considered in treaties and
71 Their territory, how regarded ib.
72 Sce COMMERCE, JUDICIAL POWER,
Right of appropriating money
for, claimed under what pow-
71 AND POSTROADS, &c.
INTERPRETATION OF CONSTITU-
ib. Final interpreter provided 333
ib. SUPREME LAW.
Effect of its omission
How far it partakes of legisla-
reason and necessity of .* 300 | How vested