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11, Cctm sx A. T. Aths5c t. Char. 1. Guucs.
ilcsifixE l-frrxETMin or Tnr Inteeios.
Effort AvsUm, J.Opintm 9 the Court.
This cas arises on a return to an order, issued
on the plaintiffs' sworn petition, to khov cause
why a writ of mandamus &hoold not issne to the
defendant, requiring bun to present to the Kinc
in I'rirj Cooncil the plainti3f petition for a char
ter of incorporation.
The return consists of a demurrer based npon
three grounds. The first ctobxmI it tfchnicsi, and
I shall sow consider it. It u alleged that the
Xietition fails to thow a demand and rtfusal by
the defendant to do th act repaired of him, and
the defendant's counsel chums that this is fatal
to the demand for a mandaroos. I have no d -nbt.
after examine the anthonties cited by the counsel
on IkdUi Bides, that a sobstantial demand and re
fusal most be ahown.
See Tapping on Madamns, ps-S32 to S3G, and
the anthonties cited.
As to the point that a demand shonld be shown,
the petition alleges that the plaintiffs, in April,
1880, filed in the offlce of the Minister of the De
partment of the Interior, a petition prajinfi for a
charter of incoporalion to be issued to the plain
tiffs, and that they might be constituted a body
corporate under the coporate name vf the Ha
vaiian Gazette Company; and also filed the
fieTeral certificates as required by the htatutes
tcereio appertaining, togviner vitn uie lorm 01
a charter dented by the jJainliffa. Had the peti
tion allecd in addition that the petition praying
for a charter had been presented to tne defendant
personally, tne allegation o; a uemanj would nave
been surely com pie te.
In this cae, was not the filing of the petition
in the def endanfs department eqniTalent to a per
sonal demand, onlesa the defendant answers that
he nerer saw or heard of it f
This branch of the demurrer rot-ts npon the idea
that npon demand it would be the duty of the de
fendant to present the petition for a charter. I am
inclined to believe that the filing such jetiUon in
the defendant's office as Minister of the depormcnt
was a demand that it be prebtnted, sufficient to call
upon the defendant to act. I think the defendant
may be presumed to hare personal knoslede of
such a petition filed in his department office.
High on Extraordinary ltetncdies, bee 41, Bays:
It has been held that W here the duty is plain and
peafie relating to an act which the law requires
of pablic officers no demand is necessary.'
If 1 should bold on the merits that it ia the pub
lic duty of the defendant to present petitions
for charters to the King in pnry Council, then
the filing of a projier petition as alleged, 1 think
would impose the duty of presentation upon the
defendant. As to the point that there should be a
refusal shown, the allegation is that more than
sufficient time has tlapHed wheren to enable tho
defendant to present said petition, that numerous
meetings of the l'nry Council have been held since
the filing of Raid petition, but the defendant has
"utterly failed and refused, and now fad and re
fuses to present said petition to the King in Vnrr
This is direct as to refusal.
Tapping on Mandamus, pp. 331-0, says: that
"there should be enough from the whole of the
facta to show to the Court that for some improper 1
reason compliance is withheld, and a distinct de- :
termination not to do what ts required.1 1
These allegations show that: urorided the dntv I
of presentation rested upon the defendant at all:
rcrther: the allegation of refusal is, of a refusal
to present the petition described, which, in itself,
was a direct prayer to the defendant to issue the
charter nought, lie could not refuse to present it,
without knowing its contents, and if he knew them
and refused I think the demand and refusal com
plete. If the petition ts true there can be no question
that the defendant with perfect knowledge of the
prayer for a charter, refused to present it to the
King in lriTy Council. I hold that this is suffi
cient under the authorities cited.
See King v. BreckrocL and AbergaverringCanul
Co, 3 Ad. Kilts, pp. 17-22-3. High on Extraor
dinary Legal Itemediea, bee 13, U. and V. 11. 11.
Co. vs. nomas Co 37 Cal XX-GL
1 shall now consider the second and third grounds
of the demurrer which are on the merits
These grounds are in substance that the Court
cannot grant a mandamus because there u no law
or statute, as claimed, which requires the defend
ant to present the prayer for a charter to the King
in l'nry Council, and that whether such prarer
shall be so presented rests In the judgment and
discretion of the defendant, and this Court cannot
command him to present it.
The authorities are ample to show, and it is con
ceded by the plaintiffs1 counsel that if the act of
presentation asked is a matter Tested by law in the
judgment and discretion of the defentant, the writ
of mandamus cannot be i&xned.
In one branch of the arcument of the amnw 1
for the defendant they claim, though inconsistent
with other parts of it, that it is doubtful whether
the Court Las the power to issue a mandamus
against tne aeienaant at au because Le is the head
of a government department. Though formerly
a prerogatiTe wnt and not ono of btnet right in
England, yet practically now even there, the issu
ing of it is matter of strict right based upon well
Mttltd principles of law, which are not departed
from, and in the United btates the writ has always
been one of strict right. In this country, which
like the United btates, and unlike England, has a
written constitution which governs King and peo
ple, the i&Hung of the wnt is matter of strict
ngni upon uxea ruies ox taw.
In England it has been held that no writ of
mandamus could be issued by any court against
the King or Queen. .
In the case of the Statu of Mississippft-s. John
son, in the United States Supremo Court, whete
an injunction was sought against the President
of the United States to restrain him from carrying
out certain laws claimed to be unconstitnuonal
Sec Wallace, p. 4T5-1.) Chief Justice Chase
said : M We shall limit our inquiry to the question
presented by the otjectiou (that the dnty involved
is matter ot discretion) without expressing any
opinion on the broader issues dLscu&cd in argu
ment, whether, in any case, the President of the
United States may be required, by the process of
this court, to icrform a purely minkterial act
under m positive law, or may be held amenable
otherwise than by impeachment for crime."
In this country I think if an injunction or a
mandanias were asked against His MajestT.lhAt
it ought probably to be denied.
It is stated by High, in Lis ork on Extra. Legal
Kemedies, Sec 113, that in the States of Ohio, ,
Alabama. California. Marrland and North r.m.
iiu, uie court 01 us; reoon nave nciu tnat man
damus will lie to comnei the nerforman rf n,,n.
istcnal duties by the governor of the State The
opinions quoted from to sustain this view seem to
be based ou hound principles.
However, High in Sec 120, says that the courts
i Armifc, worgia, minoig, lxuisiana, Maine,
Minnesota, New Jersey, and llhode LsUnd, have
held that no mandamus could issue against the
governor of a State in any caw.
The question, therefore, of the amecabilitv of
the supreme head of a State or country to the law
of mandamus is strongly mooted, and must be
cvuuuucrcu m ooudu
Hut that is not the question here ; and ia many
cases, and almost or quite nniversally, it is held,
both in England and America, that a head of
department, including the Secretary of State, the
Secretary of the Treasury, the Secretarv of the
Interior and the Secretary of the Jiavy,in the
United States, can be compelled by mandamus to
Erform purely ministerial acts enjoined npon
m by law.
In the cam of Marbtiry ts. Madison,! Crunch
U. S. S. a 1L, 137, decided in February, ISCQ, Chief
Justice Marshall said, lt is not by the office of the
person to whom the writ is directed, but the na
ture of the thing to be done, that the propriety or
In these clear words he struck the ley note of
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the Supreme Court of the United States, and in
that case it was held that James Madison, the
Secretary of State, should deliver to Wiluam
mmuuij us commission asajustice of the peace
of the county of Washington, in the district of
Columbia, to which be wn mtitimf
vhich being in the custody ot the Secretary, he
was bound to deliver in the exercise of arjurelv
The question then is, and the counsel for the de
fendant having ficemingly denied, at last admits it.
whether the act requued by the plaintiffs of the
uciciuuuii u uiis cite xs a purely nunisterial act
hich the law reomres him to nrfnnn. , n
resting in his judgment and discretion, and it is
b'iuiiucu uu u xok act zequireu is ministerial a
mandamus must issue.
I shall now address myself to this question. It
has been well and fully argued by the counsel on
both sides, and the lav cited is amply sufficient to
furnish a basis tor its decision.
Article 13 of the Constitution provides as follows:
The King conducts His Government for the
common good; and not for the profit, honor or pri
vate interest of any one man, family or class of
men among His subjects.
Article 11 provides;
"Each mcirber of society has a right to be pro
tected in the enjoyment of Lis life, liberty, and
property according to law.
SectionSI of the Civil Code provides that "it
shall be the dutj cf tte Minister of the Interior ti
faithfully and impartially execute the duties ns-
i tigned by law to his department.1
I Section 14 12 of the Cml Code is as follows: "The
! Minister of the Interior shall bare fall power, sub-
ivt tn the nnmuona and conditions OI mis cnap-
ter, in his discretion, by and with the advice and
consent of the King in Trivy Council, to grant
charters of incorporation, for agricultural, com
mercial and manufacturing purposes, ana lor cem
etery associations, as well as to charter other in
corporations, either aggregate orsole, ecclesiastical
or lay, banking and municipal corporations alone
excepted, which shall be chartered only by the
these are all the statutes which directly relate to
the question at issue.
It is claimed that by the latter Section the de
fendant has a discretion as to whether or not be
will present a prajer for a charter to the King in
1'riry Council. Inasmuch as the section does not
so say, I am unable to believe that it can be so
The only discretion of which the Section speaks
IS a discretion to be exercised awrf teitk tltt ad
rtee and content of the Ktnq in JYiry Council. Un
til he has placed himself in n position to rteeivo
that advice and consent, under tne Section, he can
exerciso no discretion. If then he rt-jects the pe
tition and declines to grant the charter, or if he
grants it without presentation he has of his own
motion, without the King's cdvice and consent, as
required by the statute, assumed to exercise a dis
cretion w hich he does not possess
There is no escape from this conclusion. If there
is, then the King's Minister of the Interior might
suppress, us in the rase at bar, without informing
His Mnjo&ty, cierv prayer for a charter wbicb
Should be presented b hi people, and the statute
relative to corporations would become utterly use
less; or if operative, it would be, practicallv to
ttnke out from theKing'sconstitution that golden
Section 13, which 1 have quoted, and the granting
of which by his just predecessor covers him with
The law is no retroctcr of persons. I have no
doubt, as a member of His Majesty's highest
Court, that he has every disposition fairly ana im
partially to carry out the law.
Without the examination of authorities I have :
no doubt, upon plain reason, under the sections of
the code referred to, and in accordance with the
provisions of the constitution, that the Min
ister of the Interior, on the filing of a prayer
for a charter, is bound to pet himself in the
position to exercise the discretion to grant or re-
lu&e it, ana tins n can oniy uo uj presenting it to
the King in l'nry Council.
Hut the anthonties are abundant to houthat
an officer who has a discretion maybe compelled
to exercise that discretion as the law requires, and
uai u mi lunk iuo iuaiuuus Obfc. IU IU1S CUS6.
Tapping on Mandamus, hays, side page 21, "So
where one is to act according to his discretion, and
he will not act nor even consider the mflttfr tho
court will by mandamus command him to put
uimaci iii motion vo uo il
Many English authorities are referred tn. Thn
principle is wen sctueu and unquestioned.
auto tiue pnge ii.
Sco Hailey vs. Ewart, S2, Iowa, p. 111-112. How
land V8.Eldredee. 43LN.Y.1L. n. 4r.T-4fil s r
Gas Co. vs. buperviso.s of San Francisco, 11 CaL,
ii:uu;r tu. vjo-cummissioncrs oi ifnstoi, L'l
The case of Iradington vs. the Minister of the
Interior was cited bv the deffn nrrA 1 li
examined iL It in no'way conflicts with the views
1 bare taken herein.
The right of prayer for a charter in accordance
with a law duly enacted is a valuable rihi. con.
It is secured to the plaintiffs by Section 11 of
the Constitution, which I have quoted.
This right has been substantially denied to them
by the defendant, and for its enforcement they
have no other remedy than that sought in this
Let a mandamus issue to the defendant in ac
cordance with th-s prayer of the petition.
A. S Hartwcll and Smith and Thurston, for
Slainliffs; Paul Neumann and A. S. Whiting, for
Dated December 11, 1883.
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Bolles & Co.
Jso. A. Pauieb.
E. II. AroODWOBTB,
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CRYSTAL SODA WORKS
Oar Goods are Acknowledged the Best !
We Use Patent Stoppers
AT THE LOWEST PRICES
IF' XT 3E8. 1ST I T XT 2. 23
ALWAYS ON HAND. ANI
ORDERS FILLED AT SHORTEST NOTICE
THE FURNITURE IS
Wll IVToclo lay Mnolilnci-y
AKD OF THE
BEST SEASONED STUFF,
No Pains will be Spared
SATISFACTION TO HIS CUSTOMERS
I'pliol.trrlrifr Don lo Orlt-r.
Coffins Always on Hand.
bi 0-cAM.AXii sKi:.-e ir
H. J. NO.TE,
In til OCT BottlM,
Fwauca f .0
Ginger Ale but ours
CUILDKKX CUT FOK
OUR SOD A WATER
oMT.cfhT"o"co,ct,,,,1'nlEUR0PESK NOVELTIES IN JEWELRY !
is bniorcedln all oilier i-am Toilers,
IIKCAISE IT IS 3I0P.E
Economical of Fuel.
Xcss Llalilo to Explode,
Hntler o Transportation
AND COSTS HO MORE !
W. E. ROW ELL, Honolulu.
gfteAgu HiwalUn Iilaadt.
I FORT STREET. ABOVE KIXG,
New Goods of Various Descriptions
Chinese and Japanese Ware!
ALSO, LATEST STYLE OF
iirezcl .Uratuni pid to Itlul Orders: Ami
TUe Crystal Soda "Works.
1". O. EOI 397
IS- 0US TELEPHONE IS NO. 298. "s
FIXE SETS OF TIGER CLAWS
Silk Handkerchiefs (hemstitched).
All color, tod QtullUe.
-A FTXE ASSOETJfEXT OF
Japanese Lacquered Ware
Abo, S'o. 1 Hire For Sale.
Bcsi to announce to hi. frirnilii .nd tbe
pnnllc In cener.1
That ho has opened the above Saloon
where first-class Refreshments
will be pcrrcd from S m. till 10 p. tn under tit.
Immediate .nperrulon of . Competent Chtfdi Cvlfl.c
THE FINEST GRADES OF
Cigars, Pipes and
horen t a personal .election from BrtMl.n mini.
Ui lorlc-. bar heen cbtalnnl, and i!l be added lo from
uiu it) iinic
Oi of nromirtcl. i Dalle'.
Cilcbnitd Uillianl Tables
H f onntxtnl Uh tlie tUblf famcnt. her lorer
i I Ibe cue en participate. HT
True to the. Test !
aSacneale & Urban Safes,
C, O. BETtGER, Fjq.. Acent )
Macneale Urban Safes. -
llOXOLCLD. M. I. J
Daaa Sn:-II.Vecreatpltunre to Inform Jon that
the Xo,3 3Iacneale& Urban flre-proor Saf. porchjued
tome year, aso la. pataed taronsb. tbe dlaaitroni ore
otlaitnljbttorar entire raU.factlon. I opeaed tbe
ante on the combination (tip., elt, handle haTlne
rariiea vuh wiutom an; dtncnltr, and foand contest.
in perfect condition. Tonrj Very Truly,
llonolnln, II. I Jane b, 1$$3.
A Large As.-orlme nt of tlie; Jnjllx Cele-
hrated SlFESonjlanllr on hand.
OLD SAFES TAKEN IN EXCHANGE.
C. O. BERCER,
" " Oenl. Arent navallan Iilanli.
We want tho Public to under
stand that tho
Union Peed Company,
la Ready and Willing to Fnrnlib all the
HAT, OATS, BARLEY, BRAN, Sc., &c
IT HAT J.TED
AT THE LOWEST RATES.
Ac We vint to make room for a Lare
Mock on the way.
tff-AU on.cn promptly attended to. Good dcllrrird
K-Tclephone No. l7B.-w.yro
llnTing lmtl tSycnri cxporienco in tbo FornitTiro Susinoss in Honolulu, I am Tsvoarad to meet tho
wants ol all, as I haro tlio LAKOEST STOCK, tba Latest Style, and SELL AT LOWEST l'KICES-
I Keep in Stock a Full Line of
Walnut, Ash, Painted, Stained, Varnished
OX3C aflCEESJFl SE TS,
A Complete Assortment Cheap Furniture,
A Large Assortment of
Parlor Sets, Lounges, Patent Bed Lounges & Sofa Beds,
Easy Chairs, latent Spring itoclters, latent draqnt : Ott 'mans, Foot Host, l'nno rtools, Ac,
A Full Asstortment of Upholstering Materials,
ConirruiuR Silk Cotalino, Silk Plushc , lUtr Silks, Caahnwrra, Scan. nI,u,.,v, n-
Hair Clotb and Leatiier. ALSOfj3. Glrand brinp
Straw, tocelaior. Mom, Enreka, I-ula Hair sad Feather Mattmses anOTulow. on hand and nJ to
II. Ir.dow Shades, l'lain and l'.HeotSnrtaii Unilers. ' " "
Having Secured the Services of MR, D. s ANDERS,
Tho Well known Sn Franclsoo Unttohterer and Draper, who bai had lam cwarkmr. in tb.
IW Kind o, iphojjgr, , J--jfjgd 2 "
Curtains, i )raperies and Lambrequins.
ALSO-Looso Corcra Cut ni:d Mado in the Latest Sty lea.
A LAHGrE ASSORTMENT OF MIER0RS,
PIANOS FOR SALE OR HIRE !
Violins, Ccocertinas, Accisns. Otutars. Banioj. Tamhoiirin j . n ....
WALL r.3P5i:xi !
An Elesant a-rorlmcnl of :h. Nr,n ,1 and Lale.1 Strl b, (nil
llrtt Mil tin. Maktr
,7 FA CTS I 1'A,5('KR STOCK TltAX AT.T,
Ordr,. from the , tb. r U',nl pp ! fo " ' r'c" "" LWBST ut .11
Office and Warcr v,m. till.
u. x,. WILLIAMS, llonolnln. IL, I.
Til.ph n,.XoTfl. Works-hop C and TU Hot.l s,
C & WILLIAMS.
lndrr.Hl.iiig in aii ifs Branches
""- , , nd J t
CuFFIjSTS & CASKETS
.'!! 111. Ul,
. nn'l E-'ru: 1; ,h-
1 -.ivi-, n( Tur. mln;
Office. Kr. Ill Fort Street.
Hollister d!s Oo
-anan. M. and Cor Fori S. Merchant ,t.. tm
Teas, Teas, Teas.
A KX-T.T, ASSOUTJU:KT OF .TAP-
li in(M anil CTMh. t. i . 2. .
fine article in -mtJl pct.;, t& hmUiri
1.DUW JL to
OFFEE OIjII KOS.V COFMr
F Sal. br TOLLES & c-
Garriagss fos? Funerals
f EASOttABLE RATES
lrrs Jetonhna, and Might Alarm. Ho. 76.
LAINE Sl OO.
n tk a i. tni.,: stwch or the
Hay, Grain, &c.
Wfiirn is (,rrEKE t the
liowost Market Prices
, KlfKHE) FME TO AW PUT U THE OTT
Paetfc Xsitaal Lifo Insurance Company,
Agtata for the "HOOVER TELEPHONE,"
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS
tir rsLSpaoxf xn. 1 47. ta u
Hotel Street Market,
rrnE irxi)Kifejioxin would
i o rj.pottf.ltj Mtlry ta, pohlie laat se a
0rt tnrt Xr Frfe law n la the shore Xarket aa
laat be t. pu purd to feral., tbe rVi;
That the Market Asoraa.
-a.-t Lowest Hates.
To the Pfcpristors of Sugar Mills.
' IS AOIRT FOR FULST CTitSS
I . ! aTISAKa. th. nanalrncd 1. nnciana W a-
r.rt fnr todMlm PofMurf Rnt Air VrmUt frM.
rrf' ft) aewalai to th. aericat of tie UB'
'7 of OaaaMstry at the Aaaerwnrias ClTentl?
5?T' "oclo.-rroWTtlw all pante Iraaa aa;
lancWf PUnet lnfrlaree.u ocairaMe. !cl
1 '"'A5 of U wk ormlaUa rr-
- : otiaraea froa he -a tar the nesru. dtrettfroo;
llie ralljra, erorthv paraamo: nhjrr;., rtz- S.rtsjof
'aeL Uoo.- drrlnf fheos. traamy. waco... etc
.! oaKLEY. niqaee. turn.
Paints and Paint Oil.
For Sa by
K ' TELCPHOSEK. an a
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