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Session ol 1M51.
fi A.MKNI) FXTHN.S 120 .M 121 OF
TilK CIVIL COOK, j
He it Knacted, hy the King and the Legis-
Jitive AssTnMv of the Hawaiian Islands, j
in th; Legislature of th" Kingdom assein- ,
Sf.ctmn I. That Section 130 of the !
Civil Code be, and the .same i hrr' hy ameiid- ,:
d to rca'l as fallows : j
The .Minister of the Interior may, in hi f
discretion, grnt to any suitable persons j
applying therefor, in writing, a license for j
one year to establish a shipping office for ",
foreign seamen, at either of the porta of
llou-iUIu, Lahaina or Hiio. Provide.), how- j
?v-r. that not lees than two lien.es shriil be j
t? runted for the port of Honolulu. And if, i
at any time, th'-re slirtll le fuuu.l to be anv ,
Lu-ancs-s coiimction between the jiarties j
having licensee under this law, their licenses !
and foml shall bo forfeited." j
Sec. 2. Section 131 of the Civil Code j
shall be and hereby is amended, by striking
out the words forty dollars," in the third ;
line, and substituting therefor the words :
three hundred dollars," if the license In.-for '
Honolulu, and tifty dollars, if the licence be-
for eitaer Lahaina or Him; and bv inserting
th following words after word Ilarljormastr,
uc contribute in anyway to the infraction
of the l.UVj of the Kingdom.''
Sec. y. This Act idiall take t fleet from
and after the date of its publication.
Approved this lilst dav of December, A.
D. Ml. KAMEHAMEHA 11.
FOR IT.flVKMINe; r'OLUjjlON'.S AT SUA.
Whereas, the increase of navigation in the ;
Pacific Ocean, as well as in all other seas,
has made it desirable that the Hawaiian
Government should adhere to the rules and ;
regulations to prevent collisions at sea, !
framed, and adopted by England and ,
France. And whereas, the Governments !
of France and England have jointly and !
simultaneously invited the Hawaiian Gov- j
eminent to adopt the same rules and reg-
illations ; therefore, ;
Be it enacted, By the King and the Legis'a- !
tive Assembly of the Hawaiian Island?, in
the Legislature of the Kingdom assembled : '
Section 1. It shall be the duty of all :
masters of Hawaiian vessels to observe and
enforce, on board the vessels under their com- i
rnand, the following rules and regulations :
REGULATIONS FOR PREVENTING COLLISIONS AT
Article 1. In the foil owing rules, every
steamship which is under sail, and not under !
steam, is to be considered a sailing ship ; and
every steamship which is under steam,
whether under sail or not, is to bo consider
ed a ship under steam.
RULES CONCERNING LIGHTS.
Article 2.' The lights mentioned in the
following- articles, and no other;-, shall be
carried in all weather between sunset and
Article 3. Sea-going steamships, when
under way, shall carry, at trie foremast he. d,
a bright white light, so fixed as to show a '
uniform am! unbroken light over an arc of j
the horizon of 2(1 points of the compass, so j
fixed as to throw the liiht 10 points on each '
side of the ship, viz : from right ahead to I
2 points abaft the beam on either side, and ;
of such a character as to be visible on a dark '
night, with a clear atmosphere, at a distance j
of at least tive miles. On the it:rloird side, i
a green light so constructed as to throw jx
uniform and unbroken light over an arc of ;
the horizon of 10 points of the compass, so :
fixed as to throw the light from right ahead :
to two pointsabaft the beam on the starboard :
side, and of such a character as to be visible I
on a dark night, with a clear atmosphere, at I
a distance of at least two miles. On the j
iyrt side, a red light, so constructed as to
show a uniform, unbroken light over an arc '
of the horizon of 10 points of the compass,
so fixed as to throw the light from right
ahead to two points a hi ft the beam on the j
port side, and of such a character as to be ;
visible on a dark night, with a clear atmos-
phere, at a distance of at least two miles.
The said green and red side-lights shall be
fitted with inboard screens, projecting at
least three feet forward from the light, so as
to prevent these lights from being seen across i
the bow. - j
Article 4. Steamships, when towing j
other ships shall carry two bright white mast- ;
head lights, vertical, in addition to their side I
lights, so as to distinguish them from other ;
steamships. Each of these masthead lights i
sdiall be of the same construction and char- !
acter as the masthead lights which other
steamships are required to carry.
Article Sailing ships under way, on j
being towed, shall carry the same lights as ;
steamships under way, with the exception j
of the white masthead lights, which they
shall never cam. ' " j
Article 6. Whenever as in the case of '
small vessels, during bad weather, the green
and red lights cannot l? fixed, these lights
shall be kept on deck, on their respective
sides of the vessel, ready for instant exhibi- j
tion ; and shall, on the approach of, or to, j
other vessels, be exhibited on their respective J
sides in sufficient time to prevent collision. !
in such manner as to make them most visible, j value of the estate of any deceased person
and so that the green liirht shall not be seen J shall exceed five hundred dollars, anv person
on the port side, nor the reel light on the j claiming before any Judge sitting as a Court
starboard side. " j of Probate, such estate, or any p-ut thereof
To make the use of these portable lights j or any interest therein, by virtue of any Will
more certain and easy, they shall be painted ! or Testamentary Devise, or by virtue of the
on the outside with the color of the lights j statutes of descent of property in this King
they respectively contain, and shall be pro- dnm. who may deem hine'lf aggrieved by
vided with suitable screens. j the decision of su h Probate Judge at Cham"-
Artide 7. Ships, whether steamships or ! hers, may, upon taking his appeal to the Cir
saihng ships, when at anrhor in roadsteads j cuit Court or Supreme Court, if any matter
or fairways, shall, between sunset and sun- ' f f311 is in issue, move the Appellate Court
rise, exhibit, where it can best be seen, but j thai t'- ix-ue of fact may he tried by a Jury,
at a height not exceeding- twenty feet above I ;"1 hd motion shall not be denied,
rhe hull, a white light, in a globular lantern ; Sec. i?. Whensoever an appeal may have
of eight inches in diameter, and so con- I been taken bv the part v against whom juthv-
structed as to show- a clear, uniform and un- i
broken lieht, visible all round the horizon,
nnci at a distance of at least one mile.
Article S. liling pilot ves.-cls ?jiall not
nrrv the Hphts rr-quircH for orhrr j.ilhir"
' vrssd-, Lut shall carry ;i white liht at the
i nMsthead, visible all round the horizon ; anJ
f rhn'l also fxhib't a fTare-'ip light evf.Ty tiff cn
! rnirmt -i.
n bo, its
0 !i fl-hin F'oat? ari l othrr
: frill not b" p f-'jir"d to ntrry
-i Jo-l:Lht. rt juir l for otr.'.r vc-sh ; Nit
rh.ill. it they io not carry Mich lirrhts, carry
n 1 intern having a green si i'le on the jno
.m'!' uri.i a red ilide chi the other sid'j; and
on the approach of or to other verse's, such
j lantern shall ho exhibited in sufficient time
I prevent collision, so that the green light
.-hall not fe seen on the port sue, nor the
red li'ht on the starboard side.
I'isiiii.ir vessels and ojeu boats when at
anchor, or attached to their nets, and station
ary, shall exhibit a bright white litrht.
I'i-shing vessels and open boats shall, how
ever, not le prevented from Using a ilare-up
iri addition, if considered p-dient.
KL'LKS CONCKK.NINCi TfO SI'iXALS.
Article 10. Whenever there is a foi',
whether by day or night, the fog signals :
described below shall be carried and used,
and shall be sounded at h-a.st every live
j minutes, viz : j
j (.) Steamships under way shall u-e a j
j strain whistle placed before the funnel, not
, less than S feet from the deck,
j ii-) Sailing ships under way shall use a
; log horn.
; (") Steamships and sailing ships when not :
! under way, shall use a bell.
: STKKKI.NG .XD SAILING RULES. !
Article 11. If two sailing ships are meet- j
ing end on, or nearly end on, so as to involve j
j risk of collision, the helms of both shall be j
put to port, so that each may pass on the j
j port side of the cither.
Article 12. When two sailing ships are :
j crossing so as to involve risk of collision, ;
then, if they have the wind on ditil-rent sides, ;
' the r.h'ip with the wind on the port side shall j
keep out of the way of the ship with the j
wind on the starboard side; except hi the I
case in which the ship with the wind on the j
- port side is close hauled, and the other ship
free, in which case, the latter ship shall keep .'
out of the way. But if they have the wind ;
on the same side, or if one of them has the j
wind aft, the ship which is to windward j
shall keep out of the way of the hip which
is to leeward.
Article l'i. If two ships under steam are
meeting end on, or nearly end on, so as to :
involve risk or collision, the helms of both ;
shall be put to port, so that each may pass
on the port side of the other.
Ariicle 1-1. If two ships under steam are '
crossing so as to involve risk of collision, the
ship which ha? the other on her starboard
; siJe, shall keep out of the way of the other.
Article 15. If two ship-!, one of which is
! a sailing ship, and the other a steamship, are i
proceeding in such directions as to involve
risk of collision, the steamship shall keep ;
out of the way of the sailing ship.
Article lit. Every steamship when ap
; proaching another ship so as to involve risk
! of collision, shall slacken her speed, or, if
. necessary, stop and re verse ; and every steam
ship shall, when in a fog, go ?t a moderate
; Article 17. Every vessel overtaking any
j other vessel shall keep out of the way of the
. said last mentioned vessel.
; Article IS. Where, by the above rules,
j one of. two ships is to keep out of the way,
the; oilier shall keep In- course, subject to
; the qualifications contained in the following
Article 10. In obeying and construing
the-" rules, due regard must also be had to
all dangers of navigation, and due regard
must also fo had to any special circumstances
which may exist in any particular case, ren
dering a departure from the above rules
necessary in order to avoid immediate
Article 20. Nothing in tlie.se rules sliall
exonerate any ship, or the owner, or mas
ter, or crew thereof, from the consctiuenees
of any neglect to carry lights or signals, or
any neglect to keep a proper look-out, or of
the neglect of any precaution which may be
required by the ordinary practice of seamen,
or by the special circumstances of the case.
It being, however, understood and espe
cially enacted that His Majesty the King
may, from time to time, by order in - Coun
cil, make and proclaim .such alterations in,
or additions to, the said rules and regulations,
as 1 1 is Majesty" mav deem necessary and
proper, so far as concerns the application of
s:na runs and regulations to Hawaiian
Sec 2. It shall be the duty of the Collector-General
of Customs to cause two copies
of said rules, in Hawaiian and English, to
he delivered to all masters of Hawaiian ves-,
sels applying for the same.
Sec. 3. This Act shall take effect from
and after the 1st of January, 1505.
Approved this 31st day of December, A.
TO AUTHORIZE THE TRYING OF ISSUES
OF FACT IN MATTERS (if l'EOBATE
AND ADMINISTRATION liY A JURY.
Whereas, the 1211st Section of the Civil
Code, has been held not to permit an ap
peal to a Jury, on the validity of any Will,
or Testamentary Devise, or any facts
touching the descent of property, when
such "Will or Testamentary Devise is a
matter of investigation in Probate; there
fore, Be it Enacted, by the Kinrr and the Legis
lative Assembly of the Hawaiian Islands,
in the Legislature of the Kingdom assem
bled: Section 1. That from and after the date
of the passage of this Act. whenever the
merit has been renJered bv the Judge of P10-
bate at Clumbers, the appellee may !i!cevho
move the Court that anv issue of fict mav
be triej bv n .''irv, hi mntinn sha! nn
Sec. 3. On all appeals from the decision
of a .Probate Judge at Chambers, whether
the same be tried tefore a jury, or before ti e
Court without the intervention of a jury, the
record of the Court Kdow may he read as
testimony, and either party shall be at liberty
to introduce such further testimony as iie
may be enabled, ami also to re-examine
orally before such Court or jury on such ap-
peal any witness or witnesses whom he may
have produced and examined on the original
hearing at Chaml-ers.
Approved this 31st day of Dec. A.D. 16 I.
ixhr.MNH Y Tin: minisitj: of
Whereas, it appears from the report ol the
Minister of Finance, submitted on the 15th
of October last, that in consequence of un
foreseen emergencies the following sums,
viz: For funeral expenses ol Hia fioyal
Highness, Prince of Hawaii, -1.569 b"2.
For funeral expenses of His Majesty Ka
mehamcha IV., 617.b97 11. For ex
penses of witnesses sent to San Francisco
SI. 000 00. For special aid to the Queen's
Hospital, S2.000 00. For Jioyal Mauso
leum, 63.500 00. Amounting to 625,
900 73, have been appropriated for the
above mentioned purposes by votes of the
Privy Council ; "ml tvureas, the Minister
of Finance has requested to be discharged
from further liability on account of said
expenditures ; therefore.
Be it Enacted, by the King and the Leg
islative Assembly of the Hawaiian Islands,
in the Legislature of the Kingdom assem
bled: Section 1. That the Minister of Finance
be, and he is hereby indemnified and dis
charged from all liability on account of the
expenditures above mentioned, and that the
same, .as inserted m the reports of the expen
ditures of the Hawaiian Treasury during the
two years, ending March 31st, 1SG-1, are
Approved this 10th day of January, A.
d. is.j. kameIiameha n.
TO FACILITATE TI1K KI-X'OVKRY
IJe it Exacted, by the King and the Legis
tive Assembly of the Hawaiian Islands, in
the Legislature of the Kingdom assembled :
Section 1. That whenever any tenant or
sub-tenant of any lands, tenements or prem
ises held by him, either by written or parol
contract, for any term, at a rent stipulated
by such contract, shall make default in pay
ment of such rent, and allow the same to
become in arrears, it shall be lawful for the
andlord or party entitled to such rent, to
enter upon and into such lands, tenements or
preniies, in respect to which such rent shall
re in arrcar, without any kral process, and
there to distrain and remove to a place of
safe custo lv, anv ffoods or chattels of such
delaulting- tenant t'ound in such premise? to
satisfy such arroar ; and in case of non-nay-mc-iit
o such arroar, anl costs of such dis
tress and removal within li"teen days after
such distress and removal, it shall le lawful
for such landlord, or party nakin;i such dis
tress, at the expiration of fifteen days' public
notice, to canst? such tfoods and chattels to
bo itoM at puLIii- it notion, anl to n pp! v-tlu:
proceJs of such sal to the payment of such
arrears as shall hi remaining after the pay
Sec 11. That no coods or chattels of any
tenant or occupier ol any lands, tenements,
or premises held ly such tenant or occupier
under any such contract as above mentioned,
shall be liable to be t:ken on execution on
any pretence whatsoever, unless the party at
whose suit such execution shall be sued out,
shall, before the removal of such goods under
such execution, pay to such landlord or owner
of such premises, all such arrears of rent as
shall be. ilue to him thereanent ; provided
such arrears of rent do not exceed one, if
such tenancy be by the year, and in case
such tenancy shall be by the week, or
month, such landlord or owner shall not have
any lien or claim on such goods for any
arrears of rent accruing during four of such
weekly or monthly terms.
Approved this 10th day of January, A. D. j
TO AMEND SECTIONS 1 i?, AND 14GOF THE
Be it Enacted, by the King and the Legis
lative Assembly of the Hawaiian Islands,
in the Legislature of the Kingdom assem
That Section 143 of the Civil Code be.
and the same is hereby amended, by striking
out the word "one," in the fourth line, and
supplying the word "three, "so that the
Section will read as follows :
" Section 143. No application for the
shipment of natives on board a foreign ves
sel, or Hawaiian vessel engaged in foreign
trade, shall be considered legally grante.il,
until the commanding ollicer shall have made
and executed a bond to the Governor, or his
agent, in the penalty of three hundred dol
lars for each man, with at least one sufficient
surety, to be approved by the Governor, or
his agent, in the following form:
"And that Section 140 of the Civil Code
be, anil the same is hereby amended, bv
striking out the word " two," in the fourth
line, and supplying the word " six," and by
striking out the words 44 four dollars," in the
sixth line, and supplying the words " twelve
dollars." And the same shall not be deduct
ed from the wages of any seamen, so that
the Section will read as follows :
"Section 140. On the shipping of any
nativeto serve on board of any vessel bound
on a foreign voyage, the master of surh ves
sel shall pay to the Governor of the Island,
or his agent, in lieu of the personal taxes of
such native, the sum of six dollars, if the
term for which he has shipped, shall not ex
ceed twelve months ; and if it be for anv ,
period over twelve months, the sum of twelve -dollars.
And the same shall not be deducted
from the wages of any seamen."
Approved this 31st dav of December. A.
D. ISO I. KAMEHAMEHA K.
TO Mi;NI SECTION" 3') OF THK IVII.
Br. it Enacted, by the Kinjr an 1 the Legis-l-i
tive Assembly oi the Hawaiian Islm'cis,
in the Leishtture of the Kingdom nscm
That Se.-tio" 99 nf fh Civil Cc, bP.
and the same is hereby amended to read as
" Section C'39. Whenever any lessee or
tenant of any land or tenements, or any
j person holding under such lessee or tenant,
shall hold possession of such lands or tene-
j ments without right, after the determination
i of such tenancy, either by etiiuv of time or
by reason of anv forfeiture, under the condi-
! turns or covenants in any such lease, or, n a
tenant-by parol, by a notice to "quit of at
least ten days, the person entitled to such
premises may be restored to the possession
thereof in manner hereinafter provided."
Approved this 3d day of January, A.
D. Ij5. KAMEHAMEHA 11.
HAVE GfJ HAND
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tuvr-t after the Vef-?'-ii re ui.der sail. th:n i: iMinir snlS'TirerS
t j '.htiin tie ir iiin-r.-i ui-re i ;-'.ra;.t'v than i:i anv fir!i-rwnv.
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Hvis4-! iMul Cnlargcd 100 Pages!
I V-' THIS HOOK. WHICH IIASP-ii yJ!i't
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located ii a fire proof hrick huiUlnu;, we are prepareij t .reeeivr
nnil dispose of Ishiml staples, suiti as uirar, llice, tM riip, l"ulu.
Coffee. to advantage. Coi:s';i;:mnMirs e-peeinlly Kolnitct
for the Oregon maiket. to which personal attention will te paid,
and upon which nih adviiiices will he made when required.
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