Front Matter
*Title 1—General Provisions
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Title 2—The Congress
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*Title 3—The President
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TITLE 3—Front Matter
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CHAPTER 1—PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS AND VACANCIES (sections 1 to 21)
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CHAPTER 1—Front Matter
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Sec. 1. Time of appointing electors
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Sec. 2. Failure to make choice on prescribed day
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Sec. 3. Number of electors
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Sec. 4. Vacancies in electoral college
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Sec. 5. Determination of controversy as to appointment of electors
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Sec. 6. Credentials of electors; transmission to Archivist of the United States and to Congress; public inspection
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Sec. 7. Meeting and vote of electors
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Sec. 8. Manner of voting
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Sec. 9. Certificates of votes for President and Vice President
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Sec. 10. Sealing and endorsing certificates
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Sec. 11. Disposition of certificates
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Sec. 12. Failure of certificates of electors to reach President of the Senate or Archivist of the United States; demand on State for certificate
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Sec. 13. Same; demand on district judge for certificate
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Sec. 14. Forfeiture for messenger's neglect of duty
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Sec. 15. Counting electoral votes in Congress
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Sec. 16. Same; seats for officers and Members of two Houses in joint meeting
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Sec. 17. Same; limit of debate in each House
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Sec. 18. Same; parliamentary procedure at joint meeting
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Sec. 19. Vacancy in offices of both President and Vice President; officers eligible to act
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Sec. 20. Resignation or refusal of office
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Sec. 21. Definitions
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CHAPTER 2—OFFICE AND COMPENSATION OF PRESIDENT (sections 101 to 115)
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CHAPTER 3—REPEALED (sections 201 to 209)
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CHAPTER 4—DELEGATION OF FUNCTIONS (sections 301 to 303)
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CHAPTER 5—EXTENSION OF CERTAIN RIGHTS AND PROTECTIONS TO PRESIDENTIAL OFFICES (sections 401 to 456)
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*Title 4—Flag And Seal, Seat Of Government, And The States
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*Title 5—Government Organization And Employees; and Appendix
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Title 6—Domestic Security
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Title 7—Agriculture
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Title 8—Aliens And Nationality
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*Title 9—Arbitration
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*Title 10—Armed Forces
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*Title 11—Bankruptcy; and Appendix
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Title 12—Banks And Banking
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*Title 13—Census
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*Title 14—Coast Guard
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Title 15—Commerce And Trade
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Title 16—Conservation
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*Title 17—Copyrights
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*Title 18—Crimes And Criminal Procedure; and Appendix
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Title 19—Customs Duties
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Title 20—Education
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Title 21—Food And Drugs
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Title 22—Foreign Relations And Intercourse
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*Title 23—Highways
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Title 24—Hospitals And Asylums
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Title 25—Indians
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Title 26—Internal Revenue Code
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Title 27—Intoxicating Liquors
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*Title 28—Judiciary And Judicial Procedure; and Appendix
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Title 29—Labor
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Title 30—Mineral Lands And Mining
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*Title 31—Money And Finance
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*Title 32—National Guard
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Title 33—Navigation And Navigable Waters
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Title 34—Crime Control And Law Enforcement
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*Title 35—Patents
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*Title 36—Patriotic And National Observances, Ceremonies, And Organizations
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*Title 37—Pay And Allowances Of The Uniformed Services
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*Title 38—Veterans' Benefits
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*Title 39—Postal Service
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*Title 40—Public Buildings, Property, And Works
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*Title 41—Public Contracts
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Title 42—The Public Health And Welfare
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Title 43—Public Lands
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*Title 44—Public Printing And Documents
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Title 45—Railroads
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*Title 46—Shipping
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Title 47—Telecommunications
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Title 48—Territories And Insular Possessions
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*Title 49—Transportation
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Title 50—War And National Defense; and Appendix
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*Title 51—National And Commercial Space Programs
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Title 52—Voting And Elections
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Title 53—[Reserved]
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*Title 54—National Park Service And Related Programs
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 Popular Names and Tables
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