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DAY OF YBAR.

DAY OF MONTH.

DAY OF WORK.

SUN AT NOON

MARK.
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Full Moon.
First Quarter
New Moon.
Last Quarter.

MOON'S PHASES.

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Calendar for Mo., Calendar for Boston, Mase,, Calendar for N. York city ; Cal. for Wash.,D.C.; Calendar for Charleston, S.
N. 8., Ont., No. N. N. Hampshire, Vermont, So. New York, Conn., Del., Md., Va., W. C.; Georgia, Ala., Miss.,
York, Mich., Wis.,

Central New York, So. R. I., P&., N. J., North- Va., 8. Ohio, Ind., South Ark., North Loui.
Minn., N. and S.

Michigan and Wisconsin, ern part of Ohio, Ind., ni, N. Mo., Kan., biana, North Texas, 8o.
Dak. Mon.,Wash.,

North lowa, Wyoming, and ii., 80. lows, Neb., Cent. Col., 6.Utah, New Mexico, Southern
N. Ore., N. Idaho. 8o. Idaho, So. Oregon. N. Col., Utah, Nev., Cal. 0. Neb., d. Cal. Arizona, So. California.
San SAD Moon San Sun Moon A. W. Sun SON Moon & W. Ban Sun Moon San Sun Moon E W.

ribes. sets. 1868. rises. Bete. rises. Boston rises. Bott. rises. N. Y. rises. Bets. ribes. ribos. sots. rises, Ch't'n.
H. M. S. H.M. H.M. H.M. H.M.H.M.H. M. H. M.H.M.H.M.H.M. H. M. H.M.H.M. H. M. H.M.H.M. H. M. H.M.
274 1 Sa 11 49 335 58 5 41 6 15 575 42 6 911 565 56 5 43 6 13 8 545 555 43 6 17 5 545 45 6 29 8 32

11 49 145 595 396 34 5 58 5 406 44 ev 39 5 57 5 41 6 49 9 37 5 56 5 42 6 545 545 44 7 9 9 12
276 3 M 11 48 556 15 37 7 10 5 595 39 7 22 1 235 585 39 7 28 10 20 5 575 40 7 34 5 555 42 7 51 9 55
277 4 Tu 11 48 37 16 25 35 7 546 05 37 8 7 2 75 595 38 81311

215 5815 39 8 1915 56 5 411 8 38 10 38
278 5w 11 48 196 35 33 8 456 15 35 8 58 2 546 05 36 9 411 51 5 595 37 9 10 5 5715 40 9 29 11 25
279 6Th 11 48 26 45 32 9 426 25 33 9 53 3 446 15 35 9 59 ev 436 05 35 10 55 57 5 39 10 22 ev 17|| cour OON
280 z Fr 1147 446 65 30 10 4216 35 32 10 53 4 3816 25 33 10 58 1 376 15 3411 315 58 5 37 11 18 1 12
281| 8 Sa 11 47 28 715 28 11 4416 45 30 11 52 53416 35 31 11 56 2 326 25 32 12 05 59 5 36 mo.
282 9 S 11 47 1216 8 5 26mo. 65 28 mo. 2816 415 30 mo. 3 2616 315 31 mo. 16 05 35 13] 3 4
28310 M 11 46 566 95 25 4716 7 5 27 54 7 236 55 28

57 4 20 4 5 29 1 016 05 33 1 9 3 59
28411 Tu 11 46 4116 11 5 23 1 536 85 25 1 57 8 136 7 5 27 1 59 5 515 28 2 116 15 32 2 7 4 51
28512 W 11 46 266 12 5 21 2 5916 95 23 3 1 9 06 85 25 3 3 5 586 65 26 3 316 25 31 3 5 5 38
28613 Th 11 46 126 135 19 4 616 103 22 4 5 9 4416 95 23 4 5 6 426 7 5 25 4 516 25 30 4 3 6 21
287 14 Fr 11 45 596 14 5 18 5 1416 115 20 5 11 10 296 105 22 5 10 7 2516 85 23 5 816 35 29 5 4 7 2
28815 Sa 11 45 45 6 165 16 sets 6 13 5 19 sets 1 116 115 20 sets 8 616 95 22 sets 16 45 27 sets 47
289 168 11 45 336 17 5 14 5 266 145 17 5 35 11 546 12 5 19 5 40 8 526 10 5 21 5 446 55 26 5 58 30
290 17 M 11 45 1916 185 12 6 46 155 15 6 16 mo. 6 13 5 17 6 21 9 426 115 19 6 276 55 256 43 17
291 18 Tu 11 45 916 20 5 11 6 556 165 14 7 7 44/6 14 5 16 7 13 10 326 12 5 18 7 1916 65 24 3810 81 con
29219 W 11 44 596 215 9 7 566 17 5 12 8 8 1 366 155 14 8 14 11 256 135 16 5 2016 z 5 23 8 3911 2
29320 Th 11 44 4816 22 5 7 9 616 18 5 11 9 18 2 316 16 5 13 9 23 mo. 16 14 5 15 9 296 85 22 9 45 mo.
294 21 Fr 11 44 396 235 610 24 6 20 5 910 33 3 2816 18 5 12 10 37 266 1515 14 10 4216 915 21 10 55 I
295 22 Sa 11 44 30 16 25 5 411 39 215 11 46 4 30 6 1915 1011 49 1 296 16 5 13 11 536 95 19 mo.

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296 23 S 11 44 22 16 265 3mo. 16 22

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5 3416 20 5 9 mo. 2 3216 18 5 11 mo. 16 105 18 3 2 10 couc 297 24 M 12 44 1416 275 I 556 235 5 1 0 6 3916 2115 7. I 2 3 366 195 10 1 416 11 5 17 1 10 3 15 298 25 Tu 12 44 816 294 59 2 8 16 24 5 3 2 10 7 366 22 5 6 2 11 4 336 20 5 9 2 11 6 12 5 16 2 14 4 13 299 26 W 12 44 26 30 4 58 3 226 265 2 3 21 8 316 235 4 3 20 5 286 21 5 8 3 206 13.5 15 318.5 8 300 27 Th 12 43 566 314 56 4 336 27 5 1 4 29 9 2016 24 5 31 4 28 6 1816 225 6 4 266 135 14 4 21 5 57 301|28 Fr 12 43 526 334 55 5 42 6 284 59 5 37 10 616 265 2 5 34 7 416 235 5 3116 14 5 13 5 23 6 41 30229 Sa 12 43 48 16 344 53 rises 16 29 4 57 rises 10 5116 27 5 rises 7 466 245 4rises 16 15 5 12 rises 7 25 30330 S

12 43 45 6 364 52 5 816 31 4 57 5 19 11 326 28 4 50 5 24 8 276 25 5 2 5 296 16 5 11 5 45 8 8 304.31 M 112 43 4216 3714 511 5 5016 324 55) 6' 2lev 1576 2914 586 71 9 1416 265 11 6 1316 1715 10 6 311 8 50'

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Calendar for Me., Calendar for Boston, Mass, Calendar for N. York city ; Cal. for Wash.,D.C.; Calendar for Charleston, S.
N. 8., Ont., No. N. N. Hampshire, Vermont, so. New York, Conn., Del., Md., Va., W. C.; Georgia, Al&., Mise.,
York, Mich., Wis.,

Central New York, So. B. I., Pe., N. J., North- Va., ,8. Obio, Índ., South Ark., North Loni.
Minn., N. and S. Michigan and Wisconsin, ern part of Ohio, Ind., Ill., N. MO., Kan., siana, North Texas, 8o.
Dak. Mon.,Wash., North low&, Wyoming, - and ill., 80. Iowa, Neb., Cent. Col., C.Utah, New Mexico, Southern
N. Ore., N. Idaho. So. Idaho, So. Oregon. N. Col., Utah, Nev., Cal. C. Neb., C. Cal. Arizona, So. California.
SAD Sun Moon Sun Sun Moon H. W.

SUD Moon H. W. Sun Bun

MOOD

Sun Sun Moon | H, W.
rises, sets. ribes. rises. sets. rises. Boston rises. sets. rises. N. Y. rises. Bets. ribes. rises. Bete. rises. Ch't'n.
H. M. s. (H.M.H.M. H. M. H.M.H.M. H. M. H. M. H.M.H.M. H. M. H. M. H.M.H.M. H. M. H.M.H.M. H. M. H.M.

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305 Tu 11 43 41 16 38 4 49 6 38

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5416 30 4 576 56 9 366 27 5 0 7 216 18 5 9 7 21 9 30
306 2 W 11 43 406 404 48 7 3216 34 4 53 7 44 1446 314 56 7 49 10 3816 28 4 597 556 195 9 8 13 10 15
307 3 Th11 43 40 414 47| 8 33 36 4 51 8 42 2 296 32 4 54 8 48 11 236 29 4 588 536 195 89 911
303 4 Fr 11 43 41 424 45 9 31 37 4 50 9 40 3 1416 34 4 53 9 45 ev 116 31 4 57 9 4816 20 710 211 46
309 5 Sa 11 43 43 444 44 10 336 38 4 49 10 40 4 216 354 52 10 44 1 116 32 4 56 10 4716 215 610 58 ev

11 43 466 454 42 11 576 39 4 48 11 42 4 516 364 51 11 44 1496 33 4 5511 476 22 5 511 54 1
311 ZM 11 43 496 47 4 41 mo. 16 414 47mo. 5.4016 27 4 50 mo. 2 3816 344 54 mo. 6 23 5 4 mo. 2 16
312 8 Tu 11 43 546 484 40 436 42 4 45 45 6 3216 38 4 49 46 3 306 35 4 53 476 245 41 51 3 8
313 9W 11 43 59 16 49 4 39 1 4716 434 44 1 47 7 256 40 4 481 147 4 226 36 4 52 1 476 255 3 1 484 1
31410 Th 11 44 56 514 38 2 536 44 4 43 2 511 8 1616 414 47 2 50 5 136 37 4 51 2 4916 265 2 2 464 54
31511 Fr 11 41 126 524 37 4 616 464 42 4 1 9 76 424 46 3 596 56 38 4 50 3 576 275 2 3.50 5 45
316 12 Sa 11 44 20 16 534 35 5 206 474 41 5 13 9 5816 434 45 5 9 6 566 394 49 5 616 27 5 1 455 33
317138 11 44 2816 554 34 sets 16 484 40 sets 10 516 444 44 sets 7 466 404 48 sets 6 285 osets
318 14 M 11 44 386 56 4 33 4 44 494 39 5 56 11 4416 464 43 5 2 8 376 414 47 5 816 29 5 0 5 26 6 18
31915 Tu 11 44 4816 57 4 32 5 44 39 6 56 mo. 16 47 4 42 6 2 9 316 434 47 6 816 304 596 27 9 6
320 16 W 11 44 596 594 31 6 54 52 4 381 7 6

33/6 484 411 7 11 10 24 6 444 46 7 1716 31 4 59 7 34 10 0
32117 Th 11 45 1117 04 30 8 5 53 4 37 8 15 1 2816 494 40 8 2011 1716 454 45 8 256 324 588 39 19 54

322 18 Fr 11 45 2417 14 30 9 286 544 36 9 36 2 236 50 4 39 9 39 mo. 16 464 44 9 43 6 33 4 58 9 54 11 49
32319 Sa 11 45 3817 34 2910 4616 56 4 35 10 51 3 1716 51 4 39 10 53 15 6 47 4 44 10 556 34 4 57 11 3 mo..

II 45 527 44 28 12 016 57 4 34 mo. 4 126 53 4 38 mo. I 11 6 484 43 mo. 16 35 4 57 mo. 45
325 21 M 11 46 817 54 27 mo.

2 5 10/6 54 4 38 4 2 816 49 4 43 516 36 4 56 9 I 45
326 22 Tu 11 46 2417 7 4 26 1 116 59 4 33 1 116 76 55 4 37 111 3 56 50 4 42 III 374 56 1 11 2 42
32723 W 11 46 4017 84 262 21 7 0 4 32 2 19 7 316 564 36 2 18 4 06 51 442 2 17 6 38 4 56 2 13 3 39
328 24 Th 11 46 5817 94 25 3 3217 24 32 3 27 7 576 57 4 36 3 24 4 536 524 41 3 226 38 4 55 3 14 4 35
329 25 Fr 11 47 16 7 10 4 24 4 41 17 34 31 4 34 8 496 58 4 35 4 30 5 466 534 40 4 2716 394 55 4 15 5 20
330 26 Sa 11 47 36 7 114 24 5 4817 44 31 5 39 9 396 59 4 35 535 6 376 554 405 306 40 4 55 5 166 16

11 47 557 134 23 rises 17 54 30 rises 10 26 7 04 35 rises 7 236 56 4 40 rises 6 414 55 rises
332 28 M 11 48 157 144 23 4 31 17 64 30 4 43 11 1017 24 34 4 49 8 56.57 4 40 4 556 42 4 54 5 14
33329 Tu 11 48 377 154 22 5 2317 7 4 30 5 35 11 5217 34 34 5 41 8 506 58 4 39 5 476 434 54 6 5 8 28
334/30/Wlu 48 5817 164 221

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MOUNTAIN.

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Calendar for Me., Calendar for Boston, Mase,, Calendar for N. York city
N.S., Ont., No. N.

Cal. for Wash.,D.C.; Calendar for Charleston, 8.
N. Hampshire, Vermont, So. New York, Conn., Del., Md., Va., W.
York, Mich., Wis.,

0.; Georgia, Ala., Miss.,
Central New York, So. B. L, Pa., N. J., North- Va., ,8. Ohio, Ind. Sonth Ark., North Loui.
Minn., N. and S. Michigan and Wisconsin, ern part of Ohio, Ind., ni., N. Mo., Kan., siana, North Texas, so.
Dak. Mon.,Wash., North Iowa, Wyoming, and iii., So. Iowa, Nob., Oent. Col., C.Utah, New Mexico, Southern
N. Ore., N. Idaho. So. Idabo, So. Oregon. N. Col., Utah, Nov., Cal. 0. Neb., C. Cal. Arizona, So. California.
SOD Moon Sun Bun Moon B. W. Bun SUD

Moon
H. W. Bap Bun Moon

Sun Moon H, W.
rises. Bets. risos. rises. sets. ribes. Boston ribes. Bete. ribos. N. I. rises. Bete. ribes. BOB. Bete. rises. Ch't'n.
H. M. S. H.M. H.M. H. M. H.M.H.M. H. M. H. M. H.M.H.M. H. M. H. M. H.M. H.M. H. M. H.M.H.M. H. M. H.M.
335 1 Th 11 49 21 17 17 4 21 7 21 7 10 4 29 7 31 1 2017 54 34 7 35 10 1717 04 39 7 40 454 54 7 54 9 52
336 2 Fr 11 49 447 184 21 8 2317 114 29 8 30 2 117 74 33 8 3410 557 14 39 8 386 454 54 8 4910 32
337 3 Sa 11 50 817 20 4 21 9 257 12 4 28 9 30 2 4117 74 33 9 33 11 377 24 38 9 366 464 54 9 45 11 12
338 43 11 50 3217 214 20 10 287 134 28 10 31 3 2217 8 4 33 10 33 ev 2017 2 4 38 10 356 47 4 54 10 40 11 54
339 5M 11 50 577 224 2011 3217 14 4 28 11 33 4 617 94 32 11 34 1 517 34 38 11 346 484 5411 36 12 51
340 6 Tur 51 23 7 234 20 mo. 17 154 28 mo. 4 53 7 10 4 32 mo. 1 517 44 38 mo. 16 494 54 mo.
341| ZW1 51 4917 244 20 35 7 164 28 34 5 44|7 11 4 32 34 2 4217 5 4 38 33/6 49 4 54
342 8 Th 11 52 15 17 254 20 1 43 17 17 4 28 1 40 6 39 7 12 4 32 1 38) 3 36 64 38 1 366 50 4 54 1 31 2 20
343 9 Fr 11 52 42 7 264 20 2 547 174 28 2 48 7 354 13 4 32 2 45 4 3217 7 4 38 2 436 514 54 2 34 3 15
344 10 Sa 11 53 917 27 4 20 4 817 18 4 28 4 0 8 357 144 32 3 56 5 327 84 38 3 526 524 54 3 40 4 12
34511 S 11 53 37 7 27 4 20 5 257 194 28 5 15 9 35 7 15 4 32 5 10 6 33 9/4 38 5 56 534 55 4 49 5 12
346 12 M 11 54 617 284 20 6 41 17 20 4 28 6 29 10 357 15 4 32 6 24 7 3117 94 39 6 1816 544 55 6 0 6 12

347 13 Tu 11 54 347 294 20 sets 17 214 28 sets II 2817 16 4 33 sets 8 237 10 4 39 sets 16 54/4 55 sets 7-8
34814W 11 55 37 30 4 20 5 47 17 224 28 5 57 mo. 17 16 4 33 6 3 9 21 7 11 4 39 816 554 55 6 24 8 4
34915 Th 11 55 327 31 4 21 7 817 22 4 29 7 17 237 17 4 33 7 21 10 14

12 4 39

7 256 56 4 56 7 388 57
350 16 Fr 11 56 117 314 21 8 2917 234 29 8 35 1 1717 18 4 33 8 3811 27 12 4 40 8 40 6 56 4 56 849 949
351 17 Sa 11 56 317 32 4 21 9 477 244 29 9 50 2 717 18 4 33 9 52 11 537 134 40 9 536 57 4 569 58 10 38
352 18 8 11 57 117 334 2111 117 24 4 29 11 2 2 567 194 34 11 2 mo. 17 14 4 11 216 58 4 57 11 411 27
353 19 M II 57 307 334 22 mo.

7 25 4 30 mo. 3 4517 20 4 34 mo. 4417 14 4 41 mo. 16 58 4 57 mo. mo.
354 20 Tu 11 58 017 344 22 14 7 264 30 12 4 3717 20 4 35 11 1 3617 15 4 41 1016 59 4 58 71 18
355 21 W 11 58 3017 344 23 1 2317 26 4 31 1 19 5 3217 21 4 35 1 17 2 307 154 42 1 I 1416 59 4 58 1 8 1 11
356 22 Th 11 59 017 35 4 23 2 33 7 264 31 2 26 6 27 7 21 4 36 2 23 3 257 16 4 42 2 1917 04 59 2 9 2 8 ||
357 23 Fr 11 59 307 354 24 3 407 27 4 32 3 31 7 257 22 4 37 3 27 4 22 7 16 4 43 3 237 04 59 3 9 3 3
358 24 Sa 12 0017 36 4 25 4 4417 27 4 32 4 34 8 21 7 22 4 37 4 28 5 1817 17 4 43 4237 15 04 714 i

12 0 3017 36 4 25 5 45 7 28 4 33 5 33 9 15 7 234 38 5 28 6 13 7 17 4 44 5 227 15 0 5 4 4.57
360 26 M 12 0 59 7 36 4 26 6 4017 28 4 33 6 28 10 517 23 4 39 6 22 7 537 17 4 44 $ 167 15 15 57
361 27 Tu 12 1 29 7 37 4 26 rises 17 28 4 34 rises 10 50 7 23 4 39 rises 7 44 7 18 4 45 rises 17 25 2 rises
362 28 W 12 1 5817 37 4 27 5 127 29 4 35 5 2311 337 23 4 40 5 28 8 28 7 18 4 46 5 3317 252
36329 Th 12 2 2717 37 4 28 6 147 29 4 36 6 22 ev 137 24 4 40 6 26 9 127 18 4 47 6 307 25 3 43
364 30 Fr 12 2 5617 37 4 29 7 1617 294 37| 7 23 5217 24 4 411 7 26 9 5017 19 4 47 7 29 7 25 4 38 8 48
365.31 Sa 112 3 2517 37 4 301 8 1917 30'4 371 8 23 1 3017 24/4 42 8 2510 4617 1914 48 8 2717 315 4 8 33 9 25'

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THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES.

PREAMBLE.

and if vacancies happen by resignation or We, the people of the United States, in otherwise during the recess of the Legis

order to form a more perfect union, es- lature of any State, the executive thereof tablish justice, insure domestic tranquil- may make temporary appointments until lity, provide for the common defence, pro- the next meeting of the Legislature, which mote the general welfare, and secure shall then fill such vacancies. the blessings of liberty to ourselves and No person shall be a Senator who shall our posterity, do ordain and establish not have attained to the age of thirty this Constitution for the United States years and been nine years a citizen of the of America.

United States, and who shall not, when ARTICLE I.

elected, be an inhabitant of that State for Section 1. All legislative powers herein

which he shall be chosen. granted shail be vested in a Congress of

The Vice-President of the United States the United States, which shall consist of a

shall be President of the Senate, but shall Senate and House of Representatives.

have no vote unless they be equaliy diSec. 2. The House of Representatives

vided. shall be composed of members chosen

The Senate shall choose their other of every second year by the people of the

ficers, and also a President pro tempore several States, and the electors in each

in the absence of the Vice-President, or State shall have the qualifications requisite

when he shall exercise the office of Presifor electors of the most numerous branch

dent of the United States. of the State Legislature.

The Senate shall have the sole power to No person shall be a Representative who

try all impeachments. When sitting for shall not have attained the age of twenty

that purpose, they shall be on oath or five years, and been seven years a citizen

affirmation. When the President of the of the United States, and who shall not,

United States is tried, the Chief Justice when elected, be an inhabitant of that shall preside; and no person shall be conState in which he shall be chosen.

victed without the concurrence of twoRepresentatives and direct taxes shall be

thirds of the members present. apportioned among the several States Judgment in cases of impeachment shall which may be included within this Union

not extend further than to removal from according to their respective numbers,

office and disqualification to hold and enjoy which shall be determined by adding to

any office of honor, trust or profit under the whole number of free persons, includ

the United States; but the party convicted ing those bound to service for a term of

shall, nevertheless, be liable and subject years, and excluding Indians not taxed,

to irdictment, trial, judgment and punishthree-fifths of all other persons.

The

ment, according to law. actual enumeration shall be made within

Sec. 4. The times, places and manner three years after the first meeting of the

of holding elections for Senators and Congress of the United States, and within

Representatives shall be prescribed in every subsequent term of ten years, in

each State by the Legislature thereof; but such manner as they shall by law direct. the Congress may at any time by law The number of Representatives shall not make or alter such regulations, except as exceed one for every thirty thousand, but

to the places of choosing Senators. each State shall have least one Repre

The Congress shall assemble at least sentative; and until such enumeration once in

every
year, and

such meeting shall be made, the State of New-Hamp

shall be on the first Monday in Decemshire shall be entitled to choose three, ber, unless they shall by law appoint a Massachusetts eight, Rhode Island and

different day. Providence Plantations one, Connecticut

Sec. 5. Each house shall be the judge five, New York six, New Jersey four, of the elections, returns and qualificaPennsylvania eight, Delaware one, Mary- tions of its own members, and a majority land six, Virginia ten, North Carolina five,

of each shall constitute a quorum to do South Carolina five and Georgia three. business; but a smaller number may ad

When vacancies happen in the represen- journ from day to day, and may be tation from any State, the executive authorized to compel the attendance of authority thereof shall issue writs of elec- absent members, in such manner

and tion to fill such vacancies.

under such penalties as each house may The House of

Representatives shall provide. choose their Speaker and other officers, Each house may determine the rules of and shall have the sole power of impeach- | its proceedings, punish its members for ment.

disorderly behavior and, with the concurSec. 3. The Senate of the United States rence of two-thirds, expel a member. shall be composed of two Senators from Each house shall keep a journal of its each State, chosen by the Legislature proceedings, and from time to time pubthereof, for six years; and each Senator

lish the same, excepting such parts as shall have one vote.

may in their judgment require secrecy, Immediately after they shall be assem- and the yeas and nays of the members bled in consequence of the first election, of either house on any question shall, at they shall be divided as equally as may the desire of one-fifth of those present, be into three classes. The seats of the be entered on the journal. Senators of the first class shall be vacated Neither house, during the session of at the expiration of the second year; of Congress, shall, without the consent of the second class, at the expiration of the the other, adjourn for more than three fourth year, and of the third class, at the days, nor to any other place than that in expiration of the sixth year, so that one- which the two houses shall be sitting. third may be chosen every second year; Sec. 6. The Senators and Representa

tives shall receive a compensation for their services, to be ascertained by law, and paid out of the Treasury of the United States. They shall, in all cases except treason, felony and breach of the peace, be privileged from arrest during their attendance at the session of their respective houses, and in going to and returning from the same; and for any speech or debate in either house they shall not be questioned in any other place.

No Senator or Representative shall, during the time for which he was elected, be appointed to any civil office under the authority of the United States which shall have been created, or the emoluments whereof shall have been increased during such time; and no person holding any office under the United States shall be a member of either house during his continuance in office.

Sec. 7. All bills for raising revenue shall originate in the House of Representatives; but the Senate may propose or concur with amendments as on other bills.

Every bill which shall have passed the House of Representatives and the Senate shall, before it becomes a law, be presented to the President of the United States; if he approve he shall sign it, but if not he shall return it, with his objections, to that house in which it shall have originated, who shall enter the objections at large on their journal, and proceed to reconsider it. If after such reconsideration two-thirds of that house shall agree to pass the bill, it shall be sent, together with the objections, to the other house, by which it shall likewise be reconsidered, and if approved by two-thirds of that house it shall become a law. But in all cases the votes of both houses shall be determined by yeas and nays, and the names of the persons voting for and against the bill shall be entered on the journal of each house respectively.

If any bill shall not be returned by the President within ten days (Sundays excepted) after it shall have been presented to him, the same shall be a law, in like manner as if he had signed it, unless Congress by their adjournment prevents its return, in which case it shall not be a law.

Every order, resolution or vote to which the concurrence of the Senate and House of Representatives may be necessary (except on a question of adjournment) shall be presented to the President of the United States; and before the same shall take effect shall be approved by him, or, being disapproved by him, shall be repassed by two-thirds of the Senate and House of Representatives, according to the rules and limitations prescribed in the case of a bill.

Sec. 8. The Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes, duties, imposts and excises, to pay the debts and provide for the common defence and general welfare of the United States; but all duties, imposts and excises shall be uniform throughout the United States;

To borrow money on the credit of the United States;

To regulate commerce with foreign na-tions, and among the several States and with the Indian tribes;

To establish a uniform rule of naturalization, and uniform laws on the subject of bankruptcies throughout the United States;

To coin money, regulate the value thereof, and of foreign coin, and fix the standard of weights and measures;

To provide for the punishment of counterfeiting the securities and current coin of the United States;

To establish postoffices and postroads;

To promote the progress of science and useful arts, by securing for limited times to authors and inventors the exclusive right to their respective writings and discoveries;

To constitute tribunals inferior to the Supreme Court;

To define and punish piracies and felonies committed on the high seas, and offences against the laws of nations;

To declare war, grant letters of marque and reprisal, and make rules concerning captures on land and water;

To raise and support armies, but no appropriation of money to that use shall be for a longer term than two years;

To provide and maintain a navy;

To make rules for the government and regulation of the land and naval forces;

To provide for calling forth the militia to execute the laws of the Union, suppress insurrections and repel invasions;

To provide for organizing, arming and disciplining the militia, and for governing such part of them as may be employed in the service of the United States, reserving to the States respectively the appointment of the officers and the authority of training the militia according to the discipline prescribed by Congress;

To exercise exclusive legislation in all cases whatsoever, over such district (not exceeding ten miles Square) as may, by cession of particular States, and the acceptance of Congress, become the seat of government of the United States, and to exercise like authority over all places purchased by the consent of the Legislature of the State in which the same shall be, for the erection of forts, magazines, arsenals, dockyards, and other needful buildings; and

To make all laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into execution the foregoing powers, and all other powers vested by this Constitution in the Government of the United States, or in any department or officer thereof.

Sec. 9. The migration or importation of such persons as any of the States now existing shall think proper to admit shall not be prohibited by the Congress prior to the year one thousand eight hundred and eight, but a tax or duty may be imposed on such importation, not exceeding ten dollars for each person.

The privilege of the writ of habeas corpus shall not be suspended, unless when in cases of rebellion or invasion the public safety may require it.

No bill of attainder or ex post facto law shall be passed.

No capitation or other direct tax shall be laid, unless in proportion to the census or enumeration hereinbefore directed to be taken,

No tax or duty shall be laid on articles exported from any State.

No preference shall be given by any regulation of commerce or revenue to the ports of one State over those of another: nor shall vessels bound to or from one State

be obliged to enter, clear or pay duties in another.

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