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ment for treason, bribery, or high crimes.
to be hall in State where crime has been committed.
Congress may direct.
enemies of the U. S., giving them aid and
judicial proceedings of States.
Congress may prescribe the manner of their proof,
and the effect thereof.
SEC. 2.-l. Citizens of each State are entitled to the privileges and
immunities of citizens in the several States.
2. Fugitives from justice to be delivered up to State having
jurisdiction of the crime.
3. Fugitives from service or labor to be delivered up.
SEC. 3.-1. New States may be admitted by Congress, but they can-
not be formed within the jurisdiction of a State without
2. Congress may dispose of and make rules and regulations
for territories or other property belonging to the U. S.
Claims of the U.S. or of a State not to be prejudiced.
The ratification of nine States sufficient.
of the owner.
nor in time of war but in a manner prescribed by
In civil actions, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved
where the value in controversy exceeds twenty dol-
to the rules of common law.
Powers not delegated nor prohibited to the States are re-
served to the States or to the people.
DESTY'S FED. CON.-2.
the President of the Senate to open the certifi-
cates in presence of both houses of Congress.
Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except for crime,
shall exist in the United States.
number of persons in each State, exclud.
ing Indians not taxed.
but when the right to vote is denied to male
citizens over twenty-one, the basis of
Art. XIV, Sec. 2.-Continued.
except for participation in the rebellion or
for other crimes.
ously taken the oath to support the Constitution
of the U. S. are disqualified from holding office.