The express powers given to Congress with reference to the raising and supporting of armies, the organizing, arming, disciplining, and calling forth the militia to execute the laws of the Union, and, generally, the powers of Congress with reference to the prosecution of a war are considered elsewhere.52

49 See Chapters LXI, LXII.

50 The Experiment, 8 Wh. 261; 5 L. ed. 612.

51 Brown v. United States, 8 Cr. 110; 3 L. ed. 504.

52 Chapters LXI, LXII.