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The Annotated Code of the Public Civil Laws of Maryland, 1911
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INDEX TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. 25

Art. Sec. Page

Congress. Each House shall be the Judge of the elections,

returns and qualifications of its own members. 1 5 3

A majority of each House shall constitute a quorum

to do business.................................. 1 5 3

A smaller number may adjourn from day to day and
may be authorized to compel the attendance of ab-
sent members.................................... 1 5 3

Each House may determine the rules of its proceed-
ings, punish its members for disorderly behavior,
and, with the concurrence of two-thirds, expel a
member.......................................... 1 5 3

Each House shall keep a journal of its proceedings...1 5 3

Neither House, during the session of Congress, shall,
without the consent of the other, adjourn for more
than three days................................. 1 5 3

Senators and Representatives shall receive a com-
pensation to be ascertained by law............... 1 6 4

They shall In all cases except treason, felony and
breach of the peace, be privileged from arrest during
attendance at their respective Houses, and in
going to and returning from the same............ 1 6 4

Congress. No Senator or Representative shall, during his
term, be appointed to any civil office which shall
have been created, or of which the emoluments
shall have been Increased, during such term...... 1 6 4

No person holding any office under the United States
shall ,while In office, be a member of either House
of Congress..................................... 1 6 4

All bills for raising revenue shall originate in the

House of Representatives........................ 1 7 4

Proceedings in cases of bills returned by the Presi-
dent with his objections.......................... 1 7 4

Congress. Specific enumeration of the powers of......... 1 8 5

No person holding any office under the United States
shall accept of any present, emolument, office, or
title of any kind from any foreign State, without
the consent of................................... 1 9 '

May determine the time of choosing the electors for
President and Vice-President and the day on which
they shall give their votes....................... 2 1 7

The President may. on extraordinary occasions, con-
vene either House of............................ 2 3 8

The manner in which the acts, records and Judicial
proceedings of the States shall be proved, shall
be prescribed by................................ 4 1 10

New States may be admitted by Congress into this

Union........................................... 4 3 10

Shall have power to make all needful rules and
regulations respecting the territory or other prop-
erty belonging to the United States............... 4 3 10

Amendments to the Constitution shall be proposed
whenever it shall be deemed necessary by two-
thirds of both houses of.................. ...... 5 10

Persons engaged in insurrection or rebellion against
the United States disqualified for Senators or Rep-
resentatives in. [Amendments].................. 14 3 16

But such disqualifications may be removed by a vote

of two-thirds of both houses of. [Amendments] 14 3 16

Shall have power to enforce, by appropriate legis-
lation, the thirteenth amendment. [Amendments] 13 2 15

Shall have power to enforce, by appropriate legis-
lation the fourteenth amendment. [Amendments] 14 5 17

Shall have power to enforce, by appropriate legis-
lation, the fifteenth amendment. [Amendments] 15 2 17

 

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