1 . Vestment of
2 . House of
Representatives -- Qualifications of Electors. Qualifications
of Representatives. Apportionment of Representatives and
Taxes. Vacancies in Representation -- How Filled. Speaker --
Officers -- Impeachment.
3 . Two Senators from Each
State -- How Chosen. Classification of Senators -- Vacancies.
Qualification of Senators. President of Senate. Officers of
Senate, How Chosen. Senate to Try Impeachments. Extent of
Judgment in Impeachment.
4 . Election of Senators
and Representatives. Congress Shall Assemble Annually.
5 . Membership -- Quorum.
Rules -- Punishment -- Expulsion. Keep Journal -- Yeas and
6 . Compensation --
Privileges. Members Precluded from Holding Office.
7 . Revenue Bills. Bills
Presented to President -- Veto -- Return. Orders --
Resolutions -- Presented to President.
8 . Powers of Congress.
9 . Slave Trade. Habeas
Corpus. Attainder -- Ex Post Facto Laws. Capitation Tax.
Export Duties -- Preference to Ports. Appropriations --
Statement and Account. Nobility -- Presents from Foreign
10 . Powers Denied
Individual States. Powers Denied Individual States Except by
Consent of Congress.
1 . President and
Vice-President. Electors. Vote of Electors. Election Day.
Qualification of President. Vacancy in Office of President --
Succession. Compensation of President. Oath of President.
Form of Oath.
2 . Powers of President.
Treaties -- Appointments. President to Fill Vacancies.
3 . Duties of President.
4 . Impeachment.
1 . Judiciary -- Tenure --
2 . Jurisdiction.
Jurisdiction of Supreme Court. Trial by Jury -- Venue.
3 . Treason. Punishment
1 . Public Acts, Records
and Proceedings of States.
2 . Equality of
Privileges. Fugitives from Justice. Fugitives from Service.
3 . Admission of New
States. Power of Congress Over Territories.
4 . Republican Form of
Government -- Protection of States.
Amendments to Constitution.
Debts Prior to Constitution. Supremacy of Constitution,
Treaties and Laws. Oath to Support Constitution.
Freedom of Religion, Speech and Press -- Right of
Right of Arms.
Quartering of Troops.
Searches and Seizures Regulated.
Grand Jury -- Indictment -- Jeopardy -- Process of Law --
Taking Property for Public Use.
Rights of Accused.
Jury Trial in Civil Actions.
Excessive Bail, Fines or Punishments.
States May Not Be Sued by Individual.
Mode of Electing President and Vice-President.
1. Slavery Prohibited.
2. Enforcement of Article.
1. Citizenship Defined -- Privileges of Citizens.
2. Apportionment of Representatives Among States.
3. Disability to Hold Office in Certain Cases.
4. Validity of Public Debt.
5. Enforcement of Article.
1. Right of Suffrage.
Election of Senators by People. Filling of Vacancies.
Existing Terms Not Affected.
Prohibition of Intoxicating Liquors. (Repealed by Art.
1. Extending Right of Suffrage to Women.
1. Beginning of Terms of President, Vice-President,
Senators and Representatives.
2. Assembly of Congress.
3. Death of President.
4. Death of Persons from Whom Successor Chosen.
5. Effective Date.
1. Repeal of Eighteenth Amendment.
2. Transportation in Violation of State Laws Prohibited.
1. Limitation upon Terms of President.
Representation in Electoral College to District of
Qualifications of Electors; Poll Tax.
Succession to Presidency and Vice Presidency; Disability
Right to Vote; Citizens Eighteen Years of Age or Older.
Effective Date for Variance in the Compensation of
Senators and Representatives.