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AUGUST HI, 1805,
quartered shall bo competent to appoint (or siioli gurlson or
placo Garrison Courts Martial.
Section 23. Oflicors who tuny appoint a court martini
sbnll bo compotont to appoint n judga-advocnto (or the Hnmo.
Section 21. Courts Martini, nnd llio judgo-ndvocato thoro
of, shall luivo tlio sumo powortoBitmmonnndoxainino wituosscs
as District courts.
Suction 25. General courts martial may consist of nny
numbor of oflicors from tbroo to firo inclusive.
Section 20. Regimental and Garrison courts may consist
of nny numbor of oflicors from ono to threo inclusive
Section 27. Goneral courts mnrttal shall have concurront
jurisdiction oyer all oflbuses which may bo triod beforo a regi
mental or garriBon court martini, nnd exolusivo jurisdiction over
tho following offenses: Conduot unbecoming an ofllcor and a
Enlisting in another company without proper disohnrge.
Disobeying a lawful command of a BUporior officer.
Inciting or joining in a mutiny or sedition, or failuro to
report same to commanding officer.
Cowardico whilo on aotivo duty.
MiBbohavior in prosonco of the enemy.
All folonios committed in tho time of war by persons be
longing to or sorving with tho National Guard or Sharpshooters.
Absenting onesolf without leave.
Slooping on post when a sontinel, or loaving post beforo
Giving information to any porson concerning tho equip
ment of tho National Guard or Sharpshooters or tho amount,
kind, location of arms, ammunition or military storos tho pro
perty of tho Government.
Soiling or appropriating or parting with any arms, ammu
nition or Govornment property.
Knowingly receiving or purchasing arms, ammunition or
Govornment property from ono not having lawful authority to
sell or dispose of samo.
Forcing safe-guard in time of war.
Believing with monoy, victuals or ammunition, or harboring,
protecting, corresponding with or giving intelligence to tho
enemy directly or indirectly.
Making falso mustor or roturn.
Violating any regulations promulgated by tho Commandor-in-Chief
for tho govornment of the National Guard and Sharp
shooters. Section 28. Tho following offenses shall bo within the
jurisdiction of regimental and garrison courts martial:
Occasioning false alarms.
Hiring duty, conniving at or allowing same.
Drunkenness while on duty or whilo on aptive service.
Failure to roport for duty, drill or parade.
Brooking furlough or leavo.
Disorderly conduct on aotivo service
Want of porsonal noatnoss.
"Want of euro of arms, uniform or oquipment.
Lying out of quarters.
ltoproachful or provoking spoechos and gestures.
Disrespectful behavior to a superior offioor.
Making known watchword to ono not entitled to receive it.
Committing wnBto or spoil (unless by order of officer com
manding in tho field).
Seotion 29. All oflicors and onlistod mon in tho sorvice of
tho Republic of Hawaii, shall at all times bo subjoot to trial by
Section 30. Oflicors shall bo triod only by general courts
martial; and no officor shall, when it can be avoided, be tried
by oflicors inferior to him in rank.
Section 31. All members of courts martial beforo pro
ceeding with any trial shall tako an oath to administer justice
without partiality, favor or affection, according to tho laws of
the Ropublio of Hawaii.
Section 32. In tho conduot of all trials, oourts martial
shall follow military usage and precedents horotoforo established,
and as set forth in tho statutes and regulations governing tho
army of tho United States.
Section 33. All persons who in timo of war, rebellion, or
insurrection against tho supromo authority of tho Ropublio of
Hawaii, shall bo found lurking or aoting as spios, in or about
ony of tho fortifications, posts, quarters or oncampments of any
of tho military forcoa of tho Republio of Hawaii, or elsowhoro,
shall bo triable by a general court martial, or by a military
commission, and slnll, upDn conviction thereof, suffer death or
such other penalties ns may bo imposed by enoh coi rts trartial
or military commission.'
Suction 31, All porsnmi nontoncod to Imprisonment by
courts martini or military oointninslon may bo oonfluod in mioh
plnco as tho nonlonco of the coin t niny d'root.
BnorioN 35. No nontonoo nf death, Imprisonment, or dis
missal of oflicors from tho sorvico, shall bo valid unless npprovod
by tho Commander-in-Chief.
Section 80. All infraction ngalnst military dlsolpllno shall
bo puntshod as courts martial may dlroot.
Section 37. Gonoral courts mnrtinl, in timo of poaco, may
imposo the punishmont of fine not txcocdlng fifty dollars nnd (or)
dishonorable dismissal from tho Notional Guard, in tho enso ot
officers and enlisted men not on nctivo sorvico, whon found guilty
of nny ollbnso namod in this Act, or of nny violation of nny
regulation promulgated by tho Commundor-in-Chlef. And in
caso of oflicors and onlistod men on nctivo servico, suoh courts
may punish by fiuo not oxoeeding ono hundred dollars and im
prisonment until suoh fino is paid, and (or) by iraprisonmont
not oxcoeding twolvo months, and (or) by dishonorable dismis
sal from tho servioo.
Section 38. In timo of var, goneral courts martial or mili
tary commissions may imposo tho ponalty of death, and may
imposo all ponaltios authorized by law for oflbnses which may
bo tried by suoh courts martini or military commission, and
may imposo a fine not oxceodingfivo hundred dollars and (or) im
prisonment at hard labor not excooding five yoars, in all oases
not otherwise providod for.
Scction 39. Regimontal or Garrison courts martial in timo
of poaco may imposo punishment by fine not exceeding ten dol
lars, and (or) dishonorablo dismissal from tho National Guard
in caso of cnlistod mon not on nctivo Borvico, and in caso of en
listed mon on active servico by fine not exceeding forty dollars
and (or) by imprisonment not oxcoeding ono month; and in
timo of war, by fino not oxcooding one hundred dollars and (or)
imprisonment not oxoooding three months, nnd (or) by dishon
orablo dismissal from tho National Guard.
Section 40. All retainers to tho camp or posts, and all
persons serving with the military or armed forces in tho field,
though not onlisted soldiers, aro t bo subjeot to orders accord
ing to tho rulos and disciplir.o of war.
Section 41. Every officor commanding a company shall
bo chargod with tho armB, ncooutrements, ammunition, olothing
or other storos bolonging to his command, and Blnll bo ac
countable to the Government for tho samo in caso of thoir boing
lost or damaged othorwiso than by unavoidable accident or in
Section 42. Any commissioned officer who has served for
a continuous period of five yoars or who has booome disablod
and inoapablo of longor performing tho active duties of his
offioo may, upon his own application, bo placod upon tho retired
list, if, upon examination by a modical officor, it is found that
such disability was not incurred by reason of nny dereliction on
his part. Officers retired will hold tho rank held by thorn at
tho timo of rotiromont and Bhall only be subject to dotail for
duty by orders from tho Commnndor-in-Chiof. Whon detailod
for duty thoy will tako rank next to oflicors of liko rank upon
tho active list.
Section 43. In case of war, insurrootion, robollion, or of
rosistanoo to tho laws of this Govornment, tho National Guard
and Sharpshooters, or any part thoroof , may be called into ac
tive servico upon tho call or requisition of tho Commander-in-Chief.
Any member of tho National Guard or Sharpshootors
who neglects or refuses to rondozvous, whon ordorod out by tho
Commandor-in-Ohiof, is guilty of disobodionco of orders, and
may bo tried and punished by a Court Martial.
Section 44. Tho National Guard and Sharpshooters shall
bo armed and equipped ae prescribed from timo to timo by tho
Section 45. No military organisation providod for in this
Act shall, cither for ceremony or duty, carry any flog of any
state or nation except that of the Govornment of tho Republio
Section 46. Tho National Guard of Hawaii, as it is at
presont organizod, and all commissions, ordors and regulations
issued or pertaining thereto shall remain in full forco and con
tinuo under this Act, exoept as altered or changod by or uudor
tho provisions heroof, and all oflicors and mon now mombors of
tho National Guard shall bo subject to tho provisions of this
Aot, as mombers of tho National Guard or Sharpshootors ros
pootively. Seotion 47. Act No. 46 of tho Lnws of tho Provisional
Govornment of tho Hawaiian Islands rolating to the Nt:ounl
Guard and all laws or parts of laws inconsistent with the pro
visions of this Aot aro horoby ropoalod.
Section 48. This Aot shall tako effect from tho dato of its
Approved this I3th day of August, A. D. 1895.
SANFORD B. DOLE,
President of tho Ropublio of Hawaii.
H. WY $ co.;
Wholesale and Retail
98 Fort Strcot, Honolulu
Telephonor 22 P.O. Box 470
A FAMILY HOTEL.
Per Day $2.00
Tor Week 12.00
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The SINGER Received
54 First Awards for Sewing: Ma
chines and Embkoidery Wont
at tho World's Fair, Chicago, 111.,
boing tho largest numbor of award,
obtained by any Exhibitor, and
moro than donblo tho numbor
given to all other Sewing Ma-ohincB
A co nt.
mySl tf Bothol Bt., Honolulu.
All subscriptions for tho Inde
pendent will bo carriod out faith
fully by tho amalgamated papor.
Thoso who havo paid for both
papers in ndvanco will bo credit
ed in full according to tho amount
B.L. Finnoy, business Managor.
N. P. BUKGKESS
IS NOW TRErAItED TO
Repair Garden Hose, Sprinklers, Wa
ter Taps, Etc., Etc.
Saw Filing nnd nil kinds ot Tools Sharp
ened, including Cnrving Knives nnd Scis
Bore. Lawn Mowers n specialty. Also,
Setting Glass in fact all kinds of Job
bing. AVork called for nnd returned.
Riug up Telonhono 802. 1-tf
Horizontal Slide Volvo En
gine mode by Honolulu Iron
Works Oo. m 1885. Boro of
Cylinder 13": Lenth of Stroke
40": Crunk Shaft on loft of
Cylinder: Hand Rcvorsing Goar.
Diameter of Fly-wheel 14ft.: Size
of Engine Bed 3 foet wide x 20ft
lor further particulars apply ta
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