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Ai' IV. Of Internal ImprottmtnU.
Sets, 167.' The llinistpr of the Interior shall be, and
Leieby, cbargeU with the supetiuteudeuce and
rmnarm.i.t w the internal improvements of the kinrdom ;
and be may. with the approval uf the Kin? in Privy Council,
appoint an officer, to le styled the Superintendent of Public
Works, toaaeUAlum. in lbs discharge of this brunch of his
" HIGHWAYS AND BRIDCE?.
Sec ICS. The Minister of the Interior shall appoint
road supervisor for etch f ixation district of the
k ultimo : provided always, that the fame Knon may be ap
pointed rood supervisor tr more than one district, whenever.
in ths epimV of aai4 minister, tbe public good will be promoted
by curb appointment.,
See. 163. Tbe road supervisors shall, within their
respective district, have the direction of the public
labor on roads, bridgea, and all public highway, and disburse
all road tax, and moneys appropriated by the Legislature fur
reads, high-ays and bridge, under the instruction of the Mia.
Wfer of the Interior, to whom they shall respectively account
jtr all moneys to expended, furnishing voochers for the rdw.
Sec 170. The governors shall par over to the road
rapervisor of each district of their respective islands,
lh amount of road taxes collected by the tax collector of tath
district, and shall also famish said supervisor with a copy of
tie tax collector's Use of all the people wlw have not paid the
, tax io money.
Sec. 171. The road supervusor shall hold ofiice
for theternj of two years, unless sooner removed by
tie Minisler of the I:it-?rir, and shall recti re ach reonable
enoiperrsaiion as said Mirbter snay derm Jost, to be pnid out
of kor-h moneys as snay be appropriated by the Legislature,
frcm time to time, f-r that purpose.
Sec. 172. The road supervisors may appoint depu
ties for their respective districts, not exceeding one
'jrsvery any taxable persons io the district, whose only com
ix. ukii tbU be exesnptiun front lb? road tax.
Sec. 173. Every ruad supervisor shall, on the Slst
ir- t . f December of each year, render to the Minister
ri i,j I.nerlr. In writing, a detailed report of bis transactions
J v the year preceding, stating the number of persons liable
rjal Ut In hi district ; the number of days worked hy
'vn J the amount of cuh receired from the governor and
' M."!.i--rof th: Interior; the a Hint of. cash on hand at the
' coraencement of the year ; the amount exprn tat, and the
r. -aat on hand at the date of the rrp.irt ; the ntimlr ami
:t - -1 tioa of G-rremoent tools on h-ind, and the bumber of days
rf Ys own personal service.
174. Any roi l supervisor who sh ill fi-audu-;;r.tly
free any person from road labor, not exempted
y Uw, or who shall ot caase the persoos liable to the road tax
t work the fuil number of days and ixmrs prescrHord by lw,
,-h.i.il. on conviction tli'-Teof. before any district ju.t ire, Iw flmil
t : i 4lars ttc each xh offense ; and all nich ftiw-i shall be
txtien-lcd as part of the mod tax of su:h district.
Sec 175. It shall not he lawful for any road super-vi-cr
to-cotpel the people of any neighborhoo-l to go
more tlua five miles nryood thir resilience. u !!wf on any
rood. nk by a Tot of the people cf the district, exprevted in
a pa'ilic mectia?, edied for that purpmw by the r ail sup-r-visrr.
.3ec l76- Tie rond supervisor! in c:wr cf refusal
t work, or disorderly or inntiuou conduct, ou tht?
part of any worztnao, shall have the pvwer to aathorize ami re
utre any rooatable to apprehrud t'f oflTciMtcr, and take him
wef'ire any district justice, who shall, wiles e-xl caiue le
siowa to tite contrary, sentence such oCVtJtr to a fine nt ex-
eeedinr five dollars, or Imprisonment at hard lab r l cr n
thai five day.
See. 177. It shall be the duty of every nittn liable
to the road far to appear pnncvually at the time ap-
pointed it work. with suitable AnaeiA. and tn work ddl
' srsntly as directed by the supervisor, otbt-rwise be shall be sub-J-
t to a floe sot exceeding fire dollars.
Sec 178. Should any one find it inconvenient to
work in person, at the tint appointed, he may em
ptor a substitute, or he shall pay to the superrlsov fifty cents
(r each day oa which he fails to work.
Sec 179- It shall be ltwful f.r the several road
supervisors to commute for the l.tbor tax on rot J a
with tb employers of ail persons, employed by the month or
year, etther to complete a certain amount of work on the road,
r U wont If the day. with carta, plows , vr otlwr ixpk-menu,
as may be airnnd ap-c
See. 180. It shall be the duty of each road super
wisor-to surrender to his suece.r intffiee. al! nc
econts and other pr.prrs retattri); t tie office, anl alt imMic
Kor.rys ha may hie on ta-nl. t j-t v-r wiUi all implTn?n:s be
kc?io to tt iroverrmenl which nuy bi ia Li p-iu.n.
Sea. 181. It shall te the duty cf the several rot !
supervisors, so fir as prtctIc:Me. to use ptrt r.f the
road tabor at their d-sruwal. In keepfne the public roads clear of
wi, kikanim, wild locifo, and other noxious wds an 1 plants.
Sec. 13i Upon a written complaint be:nj" brouiht
before the Minister of the Int-ri-r, stjne'l hy at le-it
twelve ot thu iohbttant ef any di.rct. setrlns: ftirth thut the
trad wpervlaor of tbe district is guilty nf a breach of the law.
specif yin the partrtxiar chirm . ar-tmt . such miyrfiw, it
shsll kw rhedtnyof said Minister ts rive such eomplafrt a
tkartotri and oj n proper causw being sliown, to dmls saiii
stiperri fr -ta ctHr.
Sec 1S3. Every perron who id liable to the road
tax. shall be liable to work out such tax, within ten
- moeifca- after Use oanaseration shall N- placed In the hsixls of
' the tJUbik-cSnr, ia the Aistrirt wberw he snay be lorated on the
labor day appointed by the road eapervir for that district, nn
krw he be prtrfcied with a eerti (Icats frota sonerad supervisor,
that tie haa aTready periormed his labor, or, from t'e tax rrl-t-rto-,
that b has paid hta caauaatatioa fir the year, in some
See. 184. Upon the request cf fifty or more poll tax
payers, of any district, to the Minister of the In
terior, that a aew tnad bi np-oed. or that ao oM road be shnt
p la that district, said Minister suay appoint a Jury of twelve
S)eryn, deriie no tSe propriety of tae measure profmsfd.
and taeir decitU'O. when arr-i to by at krast nine of said jury,
bail be acted a poo by the mad supervisor of such district. '
Ssc 125. In Jayics oat any rcw road, or highway,
res(:t shall Irs had to the private vested rights cf
property, wh:h any iolivi!aal may have In the land over
wh rh sai-t rnad or hirbway shall he intended to pass. It shall
t the duty of tbe mat supervisor, immediately aftt-r surh tw r
rood or highway shall bare teen dtrrminei up-n. to ciuse no
tices tJhe p4el alone the line r-f the nme.adrrrtisinjr the f:u-t,
ant calling TJpft all trtW inter'e'l Hwrcin, to brinz forward
tbSr ebtims to the nearest Circuit Judre ; and It sh ill be the
duty of said Clrcu't Ju lj. to ibrwsrd a list of all s i- h claims
to the Miairtrr of tbe Iokrior.
Setv lfiA, Upon the receipt such claims, the
" M o:ster cf tbe Interior may appoint a com minion
c' tfcr -m disinterested prron. to assess t!e value of the private
propmy o required (or the public utv, anl als the diimayes, if
any. !ik-ry to be s.tained by the owner, whose d-ciion hall
d-t-rmln" the pr'ce to be riven by the Government f-rsuch
pr-;v-M pr9rrty t aol said eoromiesion shall send a certified
enny of th-ir decisinn to the Minister of the Interior, and anoth
er to the party makirj the cla m.
lc. 197- Upon delivery of eaid decision to the
trwrer .f !he lrd. the property ajsewed shall revert
to ii Onwercment tor the public use Intended, witliout furtlier
coTrance ? an l the hot 1 r f soch der-sion shall present the
ea-ne io to Miri-r of the Interior for adjustment imrsuant to
tt-t rirovi-ions of the next succeeding sect lot u
:' Shs. 188. The Minister of the Interior shall have
p er to compound with the holder of any such de-erfi-w,
In acy way he may derm trot aiivaiita-tv-uA to the Ov
-nie-tt. by the subtitu?ioii of other land, in lii-u i-f that a p
ri" T ttd fur the public gnod : aud he shall have the power to
ttnv osm the Minister of Finance, f.r the payment of any
sm?!i he snay not bare been able Io rancl ly sustitntin.
ca' rf anj tvirv whk-ti aay liave beta appropriated for tht
pc-pse y the Legislature.
. 01 HARB0R3. CHANNELS, BUOYS, DEACONS,
WHARVES AND WATER WORKS.
market, coce in every month, and whenever request-
ea so to uo ny any purchaser In said inarKct.io inspect au uie
weijhts, m-asurts and beams used In weighing and measuring
la snch market and. at the experseof the owners, to make
them conform to the standard weights and measures ot uie King
dom ; and if any person shall refuse to exhibit his weights and
measarea. or to make them conform to those established by law,
be shall be fined twenty-five doliarz.
Sec. 201. Any person using any weights or mea
sures in a public market, not approved by the rlerk
of such market, shall be floed ten dollars, and he shall h.idi-s
be liable in tenfold damages to any person Injure by his s
S-. 202." Every day in the week, except Sunday,
shall be a cublic market day ; and it shall be the
duty of ererv clerk of a market to atp-nd such market on Tur.r.
ket d iy, and U enforce the Uiwa and regulations applicable to
Sec. 03. The public markets ehall be opened upon
every market d.iy, from the. hour tif five o'clock in
tho r.arjtn?, UDtil seven o'siock In th? evening and no longer,
excvt ou ffatur-Liy, when thiy shall be kept open uutil ten
o'cl'ick io the evening.
Sec. 204. Every person who shall violate any of
the rules and regulations prescrild for the govern
ment of any public iharket, iiMi- othrrwise specially provided
for. shall be hntd live dollars for each ofT-nse and it shall be
tbe duty oi the clerk of such market to prosecute all such tf
fendcrs. Pec. 2"5. The salaries of all clerks of markets shall
be fixed l.y the Minister of the Interior, with the ap
proval of the Ring. "
PRISONS, JAILS AND HOUSES OF COR
Sec. 20C. The Minister of the Interior, with the ap
proval of the ivinz in C ib:net Council, shall have tne
nnw.-r to erect such suitable prisons, jails, station houses, and
bouws of correction, as may le nec-9ary for the safe keeping,
eorrpcting, govuminir and employing of all persons duly com
mixed thereto-, ant also with the approval of the King iu Cabi
net Council, to" prescribe rules and reuUtious for their govern
ment and discipline.
Sec. 207. The Marshal of the kingdom is responsi
ble for the safe keeping of all prisoners ; and there
"fore. he shall have the nomination and appointment, w ith the
appr al of the Minister of the Interior, of all Jailors ami other
prison otticere, who shall hold oroce during the pleasure of sail
Marshal. uch jailors, and otlur cticers, shall lie men of so
briety, bont-sty aiKl industry.
Sec. 208. The Marshal shall cause to be kept, in
every prison, a journal, in which shall be regularly
entered the rrt-eptioo, discharge, death, pardon, or escape of any
prisoner : and a!-o. all puniAhnients that are inflicted for a
breach of prison discipline, as they occur, and all other occur
rences of note that concern tbe staie of the prison.
Sec. 20'.). On the commitment of any prisoner,
there shall be entered on the journal the sex, age,
heil;t and personal description of such prisoner, his last place
of alwl, aud place of nativity.
Sec 210. The M;trha! shall cause to be kept an
ex.ict account of all the receipts, and expenditures of
each prison, aixl cinke a monthly rexirt of the fame to the Min
ister of the Interior.
Sec. 211. Said Marshal shall cause each prison to
be kept in a clean and healthy condition, and the
whole interior thertoi shall be thoroughly whitewashed with lime,
once in every three month. -
Sh;. 212. Slid Marshal shall provide for each
prisoner, who may be able and desirous to read, a
copy of the bible, or of the New Testament, to be ued by such
prisoner at proper seasons and any minister of-the Oos-!
diopowd to aiil in reforming the prisoners, and instructing
them in their moral and religious duties, shall have access to
them at seasonable times when Dot re(uired to le t aij.lnj --tl in
Sec. 212. All prisoners confined only in order to
secure their attendmce as witnesses, shall be under
no other r-tr-tii n than wbnt is necessary Io prevent their
eje from prison. Kvery sueh prisoner shall be immediately
litH-rited on his giving security tor his appearance to testify, us
require.1 by law.
See. 211. Nu wine, or intoxicating liquor, or any
article prohibited by the prison rules, shall le used
by any prisoner : and any person who shall furnish nny such
drink to any prison r, nnie-s the same be prvscritwd by a phy
sician a' a lue licifie, or h i shall furnish any otm r pr. ,n t.
el article contrary to the pnvision .f the prison rules, shall !e
fined not exccetling two hundrel dolluM, or iinpriyouttl at imrd
lalxr not ex'-eeding two years, in the discretion of the Court ;
ao'i if an ollic-r. in addition thereto, be dismiswl ; and any
Police, or I'i-trict Justice, sliall have jurisdiction of nny
one arising umlr this section.
Sec. 215. All prisoners sentenced to imprisonment
at ha PI labor siiall lie coii-tiut! y employe-'! for the
puMie ben-fit. on the public wor!, or oth rwise. as the Marshal,
with the approval of Uie Jituister ihj Iat-.'nir, may think
Sec. 216. When such prisoners cannot 1e well em
ploye! in the pcrf jrinatice of any public work, the
Mir-li.il. with the approval of th- Mif:t-r o the Interior, may
let there out t lalx-T f r private inltvidii:il. non sneh ternis as
re? m.iy deem prtip-r : provid'ii, alw.iyf. thnt such pri utrs
shall be lrkdtip within the pr:on every niht. j
Se;. 217. Fem ile pris-jners siu-ill be kent entirely
leave with him a copy of his brand, of any ex tray bearing tha
said brand, which shall be lodged ia the pound under bis charge;
and if Die owners do not claim such estrays, and pay the poun2
fees, within thirty days from date of the Impounding, it shall be
lawful for tbe pound-master to sell such estrays at public auc
tion. . ... :. -: - ' ' ' - '
Sec 238. The proceeds'of such sale, after paying
the pound fees, expenses of advertisement, proclama
tion and sale, and also all damages, shall be retained by the
pound-keeper for the use of the ownerx the astray, in orso tie
shall sutatautiate bis claim thereto within one yaur from the
uie; and iu case he shall fwl so to substantiate his claim, such
baiaoce of proceeds shall be paid over to the governor, for tbe
beocfit of the public treasury.
Sec 233. If any horse, mule, ass. hog, goat, sheep
or neat cattle, shall trespass ou any cultivated
ground, the owner of such animal, or animals, shall forfeit and
pay to the owner of the ground, the sum of fifty cents for the
trespass of each animal, excepting sheep and goats, tot which
he shall pny only six cents each; and ir nny production or the
land be destroyed, or other damage done by the animal, or
animals, the owner thereof shisll furtlier pay to the land-owner
tbe full amount of such damage or loss : provided, however, that
if iu any rarticular case, this provision shall have an onerous or
unjust bearing, owing to the large numlier or animals trespass
ing, the Judge shall have power to diminish tbe forfeiture.
Sec. 240. If any of the animals enumerated in tho
Inst preceding section, shall trespass on any uncul
tivated land, the owner of snch animaL or animals, shall forfeit
aud pay to the owner of the ground, twelve aud a half cents for
the tresiviss of each animal, excepting for sheep and goats, for
which he shall p;iy six cents per head; and If any damage be
done by the animal, or animals, the owner thereof shall further
iia v to the land-owner the full amount of such damage : provi
ded, however, that ir in any particular cns, this provision shall
have an onerous and unjust bearinir, owing to the number of
animals trespassing, the Judge shall have power to diminish tbe"
Sec. 241. If the owner of any animal, er animals,
respassin?, be not known to the owner of the Imd,
or if bein known, he shall refuse to pay the forfeitures and
damages as prescribed by law, then the owner of the land tres
passed upon, uiay, after giving notice to the owner of such ani
mal, or animals, when known, or without such notice when tbe
owner is not known, impound tbe same forthwith.
Sec. 242. If any of the animals enumerated in sec-
ton 231), shall trespass upon laud enclosed by a law
ful fence, the owner of such animal, or animals, shnll forfeit and
pay to the owner of the land, if cultivated, twice the penalty
prescrihrdjn section 239; and if tha. land is uncultivated, twice
the penalty prescribed in s -ction 24Ch and he shall al-o pay iu
each case the full amount of damage dune by such animal, or
Sec. 243. Every fence shall be deemed a lawful
fence which is five feet high, if made of stone; or
which l". five f.-et : h.'h, if a hedge, or if made of wood. Iron
wire, or an artificial pali; or which is two feet high, if
made upon an enihunkment of a ditch three feet deep, anil
at U-ast ttvo feet wide at the bottom, or npou an artificial or
natural pali. three feet high. If the fence be a ditch only, then
It shnll be nine feet wide at the bp, and four feit deep. Kvery
fence to tic a lawful fence, shuil be substantially built, and rea
sonably strong and close to turn stock.
Sec. 244. Whenever any dispute arises between the
owner of the lnrtd treppas?ed upon, and the owner of
the animal, or animals, tre"pasir.g, the lat'er may have the
nnimal, or animals, returned to him, within twenty-four hours
of the time of Ids receivhi; notice of the trespass, upon bis de
livering to the owner of the land, or to the pound keeper, if the
animal, or animals, hove 1-eon impounded, a certificate from any
IHtriet Justice, or I'olice Jii'tiee of the district, statin: that he
has deiwviited with snch Justice the amount claimed by the
owner of the land, or a good rind sufficient ViihI for that amount,
together with the cost of a civil juit hef ire him. If Uie animal,
or atiiniMls, have lieen Impounded, tha Justice shall determine
which of the parties is to pay the pound fees.
Sec. 245. The said justice shall, upon receiving the
amount claimed, cr a good and t-ufSeient bond for
such amount, and the costs of suit, issue the required certificate,
nr. 1 summon the irties to appear before In in with their wit
in se, aii l fter a fair bearing, he shall ib-cide between them.
No apeal shnll l allowed from his decision, unless taken with- '
in five days niter such decision has been rendered. In case an
appeal is taken, the Justice shall retain in his possession the
OHiney, or bond deposited w!ih him, subject to the order of the
court to whieh apiieal is taken, and shall slso require from the
app- llant a InhuI in the sum of fifty dollars, conditioned for the
pnynvnt nf the cts further to accrue, in case he is defeated on
Sec. 246. If any person shall fet the confined ani
mal of another at liberty, in order that it may tres
pass on any cultivated ground, or shill by ar.y means designedly
decoy any animal to commit a tres.aH. he shnll. for every such
o'Jen-e, f orf-it and pay f.r the beneiit of the public treasury, the
sum of one hundred dollars, or he Imprisoned at hard labor not
les than six months, nor more thuu Visa years.
Sec. 247. Every owner of ne-it cattle, horses, mules,
or nssts?, shall mark the same by branding, or other
wise, on pain of having hi unbranded or unmarked animals
impounded, in cas of their trespassing, without notice, as ri t
U fonh in Section 241 : provided, however, that no person shall'
niarK any auimal by cuttin? oa one or both ears, under pCiialty
of five dollars f r each and every offense. It shall be the duty
of every such owner to dejiosit with the governor of the i-dand
on which his animals are kept, an impression of his brand, or a
description of h.s mark; mi l tb governor sha!'. deliver to such
own-r a cer'.iflcifof such deposit, upon receivinz the sum of one
dollar for the benefit of the public treasury. Nothing contained
in thi ' section shall be construed to apply to animals under the
ae of one year.
Sep r ite from I fie m i!e pri-oiiers, a
oe Kept enure.y Soc ojS The tj governors sh ill kcr-p, n a
and Mial! be em- t ,. e mi. i.
See. 183. It ahall be the duty ff the Minister of the
Interior to superintend all harbor improvements ; the
. d-nonrVacbnt and hnpmvesaent of chancels l the erection of all
puVie lighta and beacons ; and the roucmscrion and repair of
ail puMie wharves and rters through st Utw-kinadotn.
See. 190. The said Minister cf the Interior nifty,
under the direction of tbe Kinz. irnrirove the water
lots la Harr-rata. known as Walkahalalu, by causing a retain
ing wall to be erected at a suitable depth of water scarnrd. and
by Ailing np sai l Ms. la sorh manner as that warehouses may
hi sally hailt thereon. Ha way also built out from said re
tainby wall caeb wharves as the public wants may require.
See. 121. The Minister, of ;be Interior shall have
the t yrai charge of the pipes or cmduits of water
to su,K!y the town and harbor of Honolulu. He may, from
time ts tiaa. rcroUta to- rates of scpp'.y to ships, and to parties
a shnre, aol cstabtts all socb rules as may be needful fur the
: pabiie a. crests. , y
See. 12. The saLJ Minister shall appoint some
discreet end cup hle person, to be superintendent of
watw-wnr'em, whoe duty K shall be to keep the e rvluits or
psjxs sVsr He eonreyaoeeof water In repair; collect ail watrr
rates (reca sh'ps a ad perww la Hoaolula. or It vicinity, and
pel to-sa sweh otter duties) Irt coonectian thcrew ith, as the sai l
sainissrr snay pvwserUb. ' .
S't IP. The superintendent cf water-works shall
" rect 1 for hi compensation snch sum as may be
fl srd I the 21initr of the Interior. iot exceeding however
tiii wer rent, of the gross amount of water rates he may eM
Wfe H shail cake ander anrh a quart -rly return, or at any
toss wbn rva'rvd by tbe said Minister, of all his receipts aod
... t. ; OP PUBLIC MARKETS.
Sec 151. The Minister of the Interior, uoier the
directioa cf the Kinz. Is hereby charged with the de- '
St marine of suit hl plj;js Ut be nsed as public markets, and
witls the eossstTBiSio. repc.tr and regnhMioa of alt such markrta.
Se-x V'S- Slid minister, with the approval of the
King-, may appoint a clerk of the mtrk'ets at Ilono
tala. and alsocsrrks of the market at other places, whenever
tbe fwMa food sawy requtoo the sum.
Sec. 123. erj clerk ef a market thus appointed
shall, before eoterinz onon the duties of his t ffice.
ert-f T a Ikmi4 wt tb pctvtl rasa of mt tiwasanj doirs. with
nfBciMiS surety or ur--o, to be approvot by Ac Mrais:er of
tliM IntarVir. carahU U said mUister tv the csa of the nubile
eacheqqsr. an4 conditio ws t far the faithna performance of hi
Ttialdr-'r, V .
feed 187. Every clerk f market shikll fithfn!ly
eoReet lie market fers and fine, as they may be
pravcrtbel. fries time to tixu, by tha ttinhter U the Interior,
witk the approval of tbe RUnc, keeping aa account of the same
ia a eBitsiMe freak or hoots, a ad shaD. a aarterty renddr a tnse aad
taithful accocat of aC mooeys received by hias ia rirtae of his
Son, aas) PWT Aw same over t said Slioister.
See. IS3. It shall te the duty of every clerk of a
market to dss iroate and declare to what uses and
MMr'swillt and staids of said market shall br appro.
hriZ i f t time to ttwrs to lease the same by aoctioo, or
iLV . Minister oi tbe Interior may direct. lae rents
" j be pali advance, and shall be collected
'-V trrt'pwetivscterks. - , - - .
v.l be the duty cf every elerk of a
elirt and filth whica may accu-
t b aatoved dailr. anJ In allsxber re-
..atVns tor the ebservtnee of fJiose oe-
nr market, as may be accessary
V aad as the l.laister of the It t
ssalate la ssd i
spects M tr
scribosos . . .
cury-nf 1 1
to kesp le
p! orel in uiaVinx mats, in sewin.. In wn-d.in the clothes of th
prisoners, an 1 in such otlier suitable orxupittions as tiw Afar'hal
j Sec 2H. The King, Hi.s Mini-ter, the Ouvernors,
i the Judiesof rheSupremean I Circuit Courts, members
of the Le--iI-.ture. of the B. aril .f tMuctiwn, and the lipo
I matie an I C-r:sular A j-nt. of fr-in notions, shall le alloaed
at suitable h-Kirs, Tre ly to visit ai y pri-'.ri.
Sec. 21'. Xoue but official vi.-in.rs named in the
la't preccling section, sln!l ie a!!. .wed t visit any
prison, or M have any v- rbal or written commii-ee .tion aii'h
the prisoners, unless with ennision cf the Marshal or tl.e
kepero toe prifoa s n -r shall any visitor whatever deliver or
reo-ire fpjta any of tie' pris .ricr?, any l.tter or ui.sa; , or sup
ply any of them with any rt:c!es ot any kin I. e.o K with the
p-nr.iion 'f, anl thrasch tbe Marshal, or keeper of the prison,
under peual'.y of not less than iive n-r more than two hundred
Sec. 220. The py of prison officers shall t ds
terminol atd regul.tted by the Minister ot the In
terior. Sec. 221. When any person bhall lie sentence 1 to
pay a fi:ie, mid to be imprisiipl until such fine is paid,
the t;m ef his rmprisiimnt shall be deemed to discharge Ids
One, at the rate of :wtnty-five cents per diy.
Sec. 222. Every person senteticc! to imprisonment
for life, shall bs considered "3 civilly deal, and the
same disposili m h;.ll le m.ile of 1.1s e-t.ue. as if he ha I died
on the day Sentence was pronounced ; au l any last will and
testament , or codicil, he may have made prior to that titr.e,
Shalt take elTct in the same manner as 'J he had died on that
Sec. 223. Bat no disposition of nny estate, either
by will or otherwise, after the arrest for crime of
wlikh the prisoner was convicted, whether he saaence Is for
lite or otherwise (h.u'.l h;ve any advantage it pr'ferei!.a oer
the claim of any person enPtii A to (Iama f'T a private injury
commit-d t.v the criruin a', unless such d:spr.sition was maile
l-K a vaiual.le and cquiv:Ueiit consideratioc, to a person ignor
ant of tl.e a.Te-t-
Sec. 221. Whenever n convict id condemned to im
prisonment less than for life, any judge having pro
late powers may, upon due application. u oi;t a guardian to
have toe rare and management of isii l convict's esia.e, real and
pero:ia'. liuring the t-rm of his imprisonment- The letb-rs of
guanlLuiship shall lie revoked by the pardon or discharge of
the convirt, but yUch revocatim shall rot invalidate legal acts
done by the guardian.
Sec 225. Every guardian so appointed for any
convict, shall pay all the just- debts due from the
convict. -out of his pers'-nul estate, if sufficient, and if not,
out of his real estate. uKn obtaining a licens for the sale thereof
fr-an the Jndge; he shall also settle all acroonts of sai.l
convict, and demand, sue f.-. and receive all deits dne to him,
and may, with tb? apirohtion of the Judge, Compound for the
same and give a discharge to tli- del.t-ir ; and he shall apjiear
for and represent his ward, in all lejrd snits and proe.v-dings,
unless when another person is apioii.t-d for that purpose.
Sec. 22G. Such guar linn shill have all the rights
and duties, as well as t lie responsibilities, respecting
the management and 'dUp.Mil of the convict" estate, as apper
tain to the guardian of a minor, or insane pers-jii. lie sliall
manaire the estate frugally and without waif, and apply the
profit here.r. so far as r.iav be n-c?ssarv. for th- c mr.-i ihi.
1 and snit.tbf- maintenjnee of the convict's family. If there be
I any, and if tiie profits shall be itisulBcient for that purp-se. he
j may sell the real estate and app'y tiie procee-is thereti upon
obtaining the license of the Judge.
j Sec 227. SmcIi guardian may be removed, and
j another guardian appointed in his place, whenever
; the Ju Ip? shatl think thvre is Just cause for teinoval.
J Sec. 228. Every such guardian shall have such
i eompen.ttion for his services as the Judge before
whntn hi accounts are settled shall consider jut and proper,
and he shall 'also be allowed the amount of all his reasonable
j Sec. 220. All property given, or in any manner
j whatsoever accruing to a convict, shall vest iu bin
j guardian. If he be sentenced for a term of years, to he disp.sed of
in like manner wnn n:s otner property ; or if he be seiib'iice.1
for life, shall vest in his liejrs.
Sec. 2C0. Until a lunatic nylum is created br law.
! any lunatic or insane person, wh..se lunacy or insani-
ty is rst.iMnhetl by the court of proper jurisdiction, may le
' e-immitbsl to any priwm. jail, or hoase of correction, there to te
; provided (rand aafely kept until lawfully discharced. The
estate of such person shall in all Ots. s i liable for the payment
of his necessnry rxpennes, and It shall be the duty of bis guar
dian or other I en. I representative, to make such payments,
from time to t me as may be ordered by said Court.
! OF TITE POUNDS OF ESTItAY
! MA UK 5.
i Sec. 231. It shall be the duty of the Minister of
i the Interior, through the several Governors, to con
j slru.-t nd S"t apisrt se.ita'de tr-losure or enclosures in
J each distort cr their respective island a, fir tiie impounding of
; estrays t and be shall civw noce of their location and extent
: ia some public newspaper.
Sec. 232. The respective governors shall appoint
' suitable ersons ti have charge of Slid pounds ; and
such poon l-mater shall be roTeraed by such ruk-s as the law
may, frosa llo- ti time, prtscrilie.
i Sec. 233. The several pound-roasters shall be
liable for tbe safe keeping and good usage of any es-
tray csnMittrd to th-ir charge, and shall receive far their s-r-:
Vices fifty cet.ts I-r day, from the owner of said estrsy, when
: IrDpMirxkd in eub-r of the districts of Il.iooiulu or Lahaiua,
ard in all other districts the rate shall i lwetty-fire c-nt per
I d.y, csuept.r.g for sheep and goats, which aiisll be six cents
pr d:y. They shall give the estrays a reasonable quantity rf
' loxl and water ; at.J if any puua 1 -master idiaU starve any such
! estray, he sliall not be entitle ! to receive ny pound fees (r
: och cstrar, and be shall also be liable to the owner thereof for
I Sec 231. Tbe pcirnd-mater may take and certify
1 the deposition uo ler oath, of every person who shall
I iraponn I any estray, setting f rth tbe laud upoo wh'cb such es
' tray had trt-pae.l, and the name of the owner of sueh estray,
t if known; aud al ta.il keep a record of soch depositions, which
. shaU be open for the inspection of the public.
Sec 235. Every pound-master shall keep an accu
: rate account of the business done at his pound, in a
, book open to public Intpertioo; and he shall make quarterly re
, turns aider oath, to th- 0 jveruorof tbe bdand, showing his re-
npu sua Qisoursemcata , . . -
Sec. 23?. -No pound-master ehall, ktawirly. re-
ceive into nis pouna any animal seisea forcoSamttting
' trespass In any other districts, proviled there ia a pound eab
I fished Io niri other disti-ict.
book opi-n to put. lie insiiecti-.n. a recor I of nil brands
anl marks d"poit-d with th-m pursosiit b the l ist preceding
. sectie.n: and siii.l govery.rs shall not rnnt certifl.-.ates f r th
J sam- mark or bran I, to two distinrt persons on any one islaml.
j Sec. 240. Any person who shnll obliterate any
j bran 1. or mark, on any animal, by pl icing another
I br.iid or mark over the same, or otherwise, although a-'ihoiit n
f- Ioi.ioiis iu'eiit. shall be su' j.-t to a fine not exceeding twenty
I dollars, in th? discretion of the Court, f,r every brand or mark
S"c 25). If any of the nnimals ennmeratc! in sec
tion 23 ). shall be found at l irge, and not upon the
land of the owner, or person having charge i,i sneh animal; or it
' found d un Wriamaire to tho property or private individuals, or or
i the government, snch tiimal shall be regarded as an estray
within the meaning of tTO article.
OF THE IMPROVEMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Sec. 251. It hall be the duty of the Minister of the
Interior to witch over the grertt interests of ngricul
j turs, and to do all In bis mwer to pr .r.iote Its improvement, by
the c .ll-ction an.l di-iributioii of se-sls and plants, aud by every
oiher means within the sc-i of his department.
Sec. 252. Whenever any agricultural sncietj' shall
have raised, by contribution of in dividual, or other
wise, the sum of five hundred dollars, to lie appropriated In l !.-
granting of prem'tm, or otherwise, for the eneoiiraTem'-iit of
a-riciilturp, or the improvement of the breeds of stock, c ithin
! the kingdom, the treasurer of that society, on presiT.thig satin
I factory evid--nce of that fact to th Jlinister of the Interior, shall
I. he entitled to receive at His Maj-sty'a treasury the like um of
five hundred dollars, to b?aiil i to the fund nf the said sici. tv :
provided always that no such society shall receive from the
j treasury more than five hundred dollars, in any one jenr.
j Sec. 253 Every such agricultural society shall,
i nndor penalty of forfcitins the cratit mentioned in
I the last preceding section, furnish the Minister of the Interior.
animillv, in the month of January, with a true statement of the
amount raised by such society, from private contributions, or
other source", during the year immediately precediiv; "'so with
a correct statement in detail of the expenditures or said society,
in premiums, or otherwise, during the same period.
Sec. 251. Every agricultural society, which shall
receive the said allowance from the public treasury,,
shall offer, annually, by way of premiums, or shall apply other
wise, at their discretion, for the cncoitrHgement or improvement
of aoricuUure, stocU or manufactures, a mat not less than the
amount annually received, as aforesaid, out of the public
Sc. 255 The Minister of the Interior may, with
the approval of the King, issue a patent. to the inven
tor or improver of any innhiiie, manufacture, or other work ot
art, calculated to promot? the interests if science, agiici:tture,or
manufactures: and may therein, grant to such inventor or im
prover the exclusive use and benefit of his invention or improve
ment, for any term of years, not exceeding ten, that may b-j
specified in such patent.
Sec. 251. Every such inventor, or improver, shall,
before receiving a patent, deliver to the Minister of
the Iuterior, a full an I cl-ar description, in rrritioi.', f his inven
tion or improvement, together with the mode of ustnir or apply
ing the same to the purpose for which it is intended, and the
manner and processor makintr, construe ingor compounding the
same; and iu cne of any machine, he shall ulo furnish in addi
tion vi uie wruien otscripiion, accurate urawings, and a com
plete model thereof.
Article V. Of the Internal Police.
Sec. 557. There shall ba appointed by the. King,
upon the nomination of the Minister of the Interior,
some person of good nior.il character ami discretion, to lc chief
of Tolici, who shall be styled the Marshal of the Kingdom, and
who shall hold ollire durlnr his Maj.-sty's pleasure, subject,
however, to removal at any time, upqp the representation of the
Supreme Court, f.r corruption, misconduct, or incompetency.
He shall reside and keep an ollice at the seat of government.
Sec. 258. Before entering upon the duties of his
office, such Marshal shall give a bond to the Minister
of the Interior, in the penal sum of five thousand dollars, with
sufficient snrety, or sureties, to be approved by said Minister,
conditioned that he will faithfully execute all process directed to
him by any of the courts tit this kingdom; thnt he will faithfully
account f..r an 1 due return make of all fines, penalties, anil
moneys collected by him; that he will safely keep all prisoners
Uuly-ennniitted to bis custody; that he will in all things, well
and truly, without malice or partiality, perform the duties of bis
officio, m take only tne lawful fees f his office.
Seo. 253. The bond given by the Marshal of the
kingdom for the faithful performance of his duties,
shall be filed and recorded in the ofiice of the Minister or the
Interior, and copies thereof certified by the said minister, under
the seal of his department, shall be competent evidence in any
See. 2C3.Tbe sheriffs shall hold office during the
pleasure of the Marshal, but may be removed at any
time br the Supreme Court, or any Circuit Court. v
Sec 2C4. Snid Sheriff, noon aDDroval of the Mar-
abal. shall have nower ' to ADnoint deDUties iu their
iHtinHliv riivUimiK. for whose official acts they shall be sever
ally responsible, and from whom they may exact bonds of
private indemnity. - " . i -
See. 265. The Marshal and respective Sheriffs shall
receive in full payment of their services, such annual
salaries or cnmrnsulion as may, from time to time, be prescribed
bv the Legislature : provided, however, that the fees received for
the arrest of deserting seamen, shall belong to the respective
Sec. 206. The governors of the kingdom shall ap
point a certain number or constables for cacti district
in the islands under their respective jurisdictions, who shall be
under the control of the Marshal and his deputies; but they may
be removed at anv time by the (Invernore. Marshal, any Judeo
of a court of record, or i'olice J anee. x
Sec 207. The number of regular constables shall
not exceed, for the island of Oahtt, one hundred: for
the island of Mini, and its dependencies, one hundred ; for the
island of Hawaii, one hundred ; and for the islands of Kauai
aud Niihau. fori : provided, always, that nothing ia lids sec
tion contained shall be construed to prevent the respective gov
ernors from autjointing any number of special constables, to
serve aiibout tinv. in case of, and during any great emergency
The pa r of all regular constables, wlu'n not otlierwi. pruti-k-d
fir bv law. shall lie determined by the marshid, and the respect
ive governors aud sheriffs of the islands on which they are em
ployed. . ,
Sec 2C8. In all cases in which the marshal, or any
shenH, deputy sheriff or constaoie, enaii oe a party,
plaintiff, or defendant, the officer so interested shall not be coui
iH?tent to execute anv process in snch case ; and the court, heu
it becomes necesaarv. mav appoiut some disinterested person to
act as a substitute tor sueh officer to execute such process, who
shall, iu all respects, be accountable to the court for Ins conduct.
Sec. 269. In case of the death or removal of. the
marshal, his deputies shall continue in office, unless
otherwise specially removed, until another marshal shall be ap
Sec. 270. Every marshal or his deputy, when re-
moved from office, or when the term for which the
marshal is appointed shall expire, shall have power notwith
standing, to execute all such process as may be ia their hands,
respectively, at the time of such removal or expiration of office,
ami the marshal shall be. held answerable for the delivery to his
successor, of all prisoners which may be In his custody at the
time of his removal, or when the term for which he is appointed
shall expire, and for that purpose, may retain such prisoners In
his custisiy uutil his successor shall be appointed and qualified
as the law directs.
Sec. 271. Whenever the marshal or any sheriff,
shall gll any real property by virtue of process from
any coort, and shall die, or be removed from office, or the term
of his commission expire, before a deed shall be executed there
for, by him to the purchaser, the purchnser nr plaintiff at whose
suit the sale was made, may apply to the court from which the
process issued, setting forth th case and assigning the rasou
why ihe title was not perfected ; ami thereupon the court may
order the marshal or sheriff, for the time being, to jierfect the
title and execute a deed to tha purchaser, he paying the pur
chase money and costs remaining unpaid. .
Whenever the marshal or any sheriff, shall Utke in execution
any real proper .y, and shall die, or be removed from ofljce, or
the term of jits commission expire, before snle. or other final
disposition made thereof, his successor shall have pow r to pro
ceml undrsueh execution, in the same manner as such niar-!ial
or sheriff could have done if he had not died, or been removed,
or the terra ot his commission hail not expired.
Smj. 272. The marshal and the respective sheriffs,
shall file all warrants, mittimuses, processes, and
other official pers, or the attested copies ot them, by which any
prisoner shall have been committed or liberated, and they shall
be sarely kept iu a suitable box for that purpose, and upon the
expiration of his commission, or upon Ills death, resignation or
removal from office, shall he delivered over to his successor, to
gether with all other official records, papers and j mrinils; an I
in default of sueh delivery, such sheriff or his executors or ad
ministrators, shall forf it the sum ot two hundred dollars, to bj
recovered to the use or the public treasury.
Sec. 273. All process of any Court of Record shall
be addressed to the marshal or one of his deputies,
and it shall be t'ic duty of such marshal, bis sheriff, and their
. deputies, to execute the samo at their peril, accor.ung to the
teiir thereof ; and they shall not be liable r any damage re
sulting frim the execution of sueh process.
Sec. 274. The marshal, any sheriff, deputy sheriff,
or constable, may decline to levy upon, or sell the
alletrisl property of any defendant, upon any suit or execution,
unless the plaintiff shall u-ud r to him a satisfactory bond of in
demnity , against the' claims of third parties.
Sec. 275. Whenever any claim to property seized
or levied upon by :in officer, shall be interposed by
any p"nnn other than the defendant, such officer shnll have the
power u s-lect and impanel a jury of twelve disinterested, men,
who shall try the queton of the ownership of the property
claimed. The verdict of such Jury shall not bo conclusive
upon the parties, but snail, it they find the ownership r.ot to he
In the debtor, justify the officer in releasina said property from
execution, unless a atiritctoey bond of indemnity be tendered
him by the plaintiff. If such IkhhI be tendered, the officer shall
proceed to sell the property, notwithstanding the finding, of the
Sec. 27'5. The rcspctive sheriffs shall, quarterly.
render to the imr.-lial a true account nf all foes, fines,
j and other moneys, which tiiey shall have received by virtue of
: their oftic-.
I Sec. 277 The marshal shall keep a true account of
jail moneys receive I bj him from his deputies or
I otherwise, by virtue of his olfic ; nnj ) iarUrly render to the
! Minister of the Interior a tru. account ef the whole amoun; so
I received by him. together with the report of such other matters
i relating to the police department as he may deem projier.
! Of TIIE PUBLIC HEALTH.
J Sec. 273. There shall be appointed by the King in
I Privy Council, upon the nomination of the Minister
of the Interior, n Board of H -altli for the KIng.iom, consisting of
! three persons, who shall serve durinff the Kind's pleasure, and
be charged with the pMicral oversight ami care of the public
Sec. 273. It shall not be lawful for any foreigner,
whether nituralized or otherwise, to practice in this
Kingdom ns n physician or surseon, for compensation or reward,
I unless he snail have first presented to the Itoard of Health or to
such examiners ai li 1 Jtoard may appoint for that purpose,
sa'i-r.ct ry evi lence of his professional qualifications and good
i moral character, an I .'.lai.e;d a certificate or approval from said
J Hoard, and a lir.-iise froui the Minister of th.- Interior. Any
I jH-r-on vi-.lating the provisions of this section shall, upon con-
viction thereof, be liable tj a penalty of one hundred dollars for
aaseer on oath to such question a puyr be k? "k
toWh infection or distemper, by the Board oi bh. r its
eW. such master, seaman, er 1 V imnrri!
punished by One not exceeding five hundred dol ars, or
onment at hard labor not exceeding twelve months, or both, to
the discretion of the court. - ; -
Sec 238. All expenses incurrei on .account or-any
rerson. vessel, or goods, under any quarantine regu
Es!shaHh P.U1 byVuch pern. -!. cr owner of such
vessel or goods respectively. ' , , , ,
See. 200 It shall be the duty oi tne .-! ,
I officers of police, J
Bee. 237. It shall be the dutr of ever notmrUma.
s pure, eteia and- hesji-'iy condi- ter fo publish in some newspaper, if anv be published
1? b n bare tbe lKwer prj-j i Island, both m the Hawaiian and English bogaages, or
post wrttiea ootice weekly, ia both languages. In three public
place in his district, and also toeadse in ba proclaimed tvrss
rorr, ia said taczuasea, weekly, aa aceooM of all etray ia his
ttaaadi aad it shall bw the duty cf evary powod-snaaU-T to Id
rrn, by ssaB, every individual oat of bis dkerics, who sbait
i - ,. - . -.-'- i t . ;V t -?-,..
c! :7 cf erery elerk of -;
I court of justice.
In case of any breach of the condition of any such bond,
person tb-reby injured, may institute a suit un sueh bond
ins own name, an.J tor bis sHe us-, isad tliereuion recov.x such
d imag-s aa shall tie legally assessed, with costs of suit; for
which execution may issue fir such person; and in case such
r-rson shall rai! to recover In the suit, judzn.ent may he render
ed, and execu'ir.n may Issue for costs in favor of the defendant
auaiti.t the party who shall have instituted the suft, and the
Hawaiian Government shall iu no esse be liable therefor.
each bond sliall, after any judgment rendered thereon, re
msin as a security for ihe 1-eiK flt or any person injured I y the
breach or the condition th-reor, until tin- hole nalty shall
bare MH-n recovered; anj tbe proceeding haU always be in tbe
auic maimer as nereiniM i. re utrecteu.
Kvery suit on ar.y such band shall be commenced within two
years aft.r the right of action shall have accrued, and not after
wards; saving, nevertheless, the rights Infants, femines
coverts, and persons non compos, so thiU Oiey sue within one
year after the disabilities are removed.
Sec 260. It shall be the duty of said Marshal to
preserve the public peace of the kingdom ; to have the
charge and supervision of all Jails, prisons and houses of correc
tion, and to safely keep art prisoners committed thereto; to exe
cute all lawful precepts, and mandates directed to Irtru by the
Kin;, or by any judge, court, minister or governor; to arrest
fugitives from Justice, as wcU as all criminals nd other violators
of the laws; and, generally, to perform all such other duties as
may be imposed upon him by law.
Sec 261. Slid Marshal shall have power, with tbe
approval of the respective governors, to appoint n
deputy In each gubernatorial division of the kingdom, who shall
be styled the Sheriff of such division; and said Marshal and his
deputies may conitpatd all neceMary assistance, civil or military,
in the execution cf their duties.
Sec. 2G2. Every Sheriff, before entering upon the
duties of his office. Shall give a bond to the Marshal
in the penalty of two thousand dollar, with such surety or sure
ties as be shall approve, conditioned that lie will, to the best of
his ability, preserve the public rea.ee and tbe laws
unsn; mat Jm wlII faithfully
his hands for execution; t!
r'osi re turn make of aU Aires, penalties, and moneys oilectnl by
ii ne win rareiy Beep au prisoners duly committed to his
that be will in all tbiugs well and truly, without malice or
r, perform the duties of his otfic , and take only the
.-cs of hU office. '
nd of l be r-nct!-e ihenffs shall be filed and recs-.T-.i, .
'.ce of the S. tr f the Interior: and all the provisions
' '' appU. to toe bond of tha Marshal, shall be
! --Bds nf l'Utf"j3rs. -'.-.-
v ' ? ..,- f i. . s. .i "5 : '
See. 2Sd. Slid Board of Health may appoint suit
! able agents in sn.th localities as it mny deem ncccs
sry, to carry iiT ta effect all regulations for the public health;
au 1 it shall hold such agents accountable for all moneys receiv
ed an I disbursed by them, on account of the public health, and
nls i for the mauu-.r iu which they may discharge their several
Sec. 2S1. The Boxrd r.f Health sli ilt make such
reflations respecting nuisances, sources of filtli, and
causes of sickness, within the resp.tibe districts of the King
d 'tn, and oa Wml rf any vessels, as it shall judge riecessn ry for
tiie public health atid salety.
Sec. 232. Said Bar.l shall also makeuch regula
tions as it ui-iy ju'le neoessiry for the public health
and safety, respecting any articles which are capable of contain
ing, or conveying any infection or contagion, or of creating any
sickness, when such articles shall 1-e brought into, or conveyed
from any distri-tt, or into or from any vessel.
Sec. 283. Said Board shall also make all regula
tions which it may judge ncces-sary, for the interment
of the dead, and rescting cemeteries and burning grounds.
Sec. 2S4. Notice shall be given by the Boar ! of
Health of all regulations made by it, by publishing
the same ill some newspaper of th- 'i-trict, or where there is
no such newspaper, by causing them to be posted iu three public
places of the town or distriet ; and sn -h notice of said regula
tions shall be deemed legal notice to all persons.
Soc. 285. Every person veio shall violate any
regul ition of the Board of Health, after the same
shall have b.-!i published, as provided In the last pr-ceding
section, shall be fined not-exceeding one hundred dollars.
Sec. 286. The Board of Health and its agents shall
cstmiue into a'l nuisances, sources of filth and
causes of sickness, on shore, ur in any vessel, and shall cause
the same to lie destroyed, removed or prevented aa the ease
Sec. 237. Whenever nny such nuisance, source
of filth, or cause of sickness, shall be found on pri
vate property, the Board of Health or any health acent, shall
I order the owner or occupant thereif, at his own expense, to rc-
liio, c . ne smnie niinni ion j -:ii;iii ii.'iir nun 11 iuz UK icr ir
occupant shall neKlect so to do, he shall be fined iu a sum not
exceeding one hundred dollars.
Sec. 28S. If the owner or occupant shall not com
ply with such order of the Board of Health, the
Board or any of its acents, may cause such nuiance. source of
filth or cause of sickness, to be removed ; and all expenses in
curred thereby shall be paid by the said owner or occupant, or
by such other person as shall have caused or permitted the
Sec. 289. When nny person shall be convicted for
a common nuisance, that may be injurious to tho
public health, the Court may, in its discretion, order it to be re.-,
moved or destroy ad, at Ihe expense of the defendant, under the
direction of the Hoard of Health, or otherwise, as it may deem
See. 200. Whenever any member of the Board of
Health, or its agent, shall think it necessary for tho
preservation of the lives or health ot the inloibluints, to enter
any land, building, or vessel, Por the purpose or examining into
and destroy iiry, removing, or preventing,, any nuisance, source
or filth, or cause or sickness, and shall he refused such entry,
suchmemleror agent may make complaint to any Police or
IMstriet Justice, who may thereupon Issue a warrant directed to
any sheriff, deputy sheriff, or constable, commanding him to
take sutfieient aid, and, lieine accompanied by such member of
the Board of Health, or airent. between the hours of sunrise, and
snnset, to repair to the place where such nuisance, source of
filth, or cause of sickness, complained or may be, and the same
to destroy, remove, or prvent under the directions of such
memlicr or agent.
' Sec. 201. The Board of Health, and its agents,
may efablish quarantine grounds in the several dis-
i trirts, as they may judire best.
att nucfl. . r " .Kori.e.1 acent. the existence
Hoard or nemiui, or no " r:, L" m, nri,ieh e'ther
of any nuisance. Injurious to the public "'"-f
of them may be cognizant, as soon aa possible after It shall coma
to their knowledge. .
Sec. 800. It shall be the duty of every physwinn
havintr a patient infected with the small pox. or any
other dTseas damterou to the public health, to give tamed.,, e
notice then, to the Board of Health, or its nearest agent, in
writing, and in like manner Uayport to said
agent, every case of death whicY takes p ace m
from any such disease ; ami ojfery physic.an whoshalti refu se
i ... si..k nnt rs nr tllMbf Pill il ICIWiv,
fined fcr each offense a sum not less than ten, nor more than
nii rtiiiitlreMl tiolllirS.
Sec. SOI. It shall be the duty of every household
er, keeper of a boarding or lodging house, or master
of a vessel, t owe port Immediately to the Board of Health, or its
nearest ageut. any person u or niwn iikh
whom they shall have reason to believe to be sic, or to have
died of, the small pox, cr anv other disease dangerous to the
public health, under a penalty of not less than five, nor more
than one hundred dollars, for each offense.
Sec. 302. When any person shall bo infected with
the small pox, or other sickness dangerous to the
n.ii.u bonlth. the Board of Ilealth. or Its agent, may, for the
safety of tho inhabitants, remove such sick or infected person
to a separate house, and provide him with nurses and other
necessaries, which shall be at the charge of the person himself,
his parents or master, If able, otherwise at the charge of the
Sec. 303. If the infected person cannqt be removed
without daneer to his life, the Board of Health, or its
anr. mav make provision fir him. as directed In the last pre
ceding section, in the house In which lie may be t and, in such
case, they may caun the persons In the neighborhood to be re
moved, nud mav take such other measures as they shall
Judge necessary for the public health and safety.
Sec. 804. The Minister of the Interior may estab
lish a hospital on each of the islands of Oahu, Maui,
Hawaii, and Kauai, to be under the immediate supervision and
control of the Board of Health, which may make rules and
regulations for the government of such hospitals ; wnicn ruies
and regulations shall be published for general iniormauon.
Sec. 305. For the purpose of removing nuisances,
and causes of eickness, the Board or lieaita may re
quire the Marshal and Sheriffs, to cause the prisoners under
their charge to aid in such work.
Sec. 30(5. In case any moneys are expended by the
Board of Health for any sick person brought into
this kingdom in any vessel from abroad, it shall be the duty of
said Board, or its agent, to demand the Bame from the mas-ter
f the vessel. In which such sick erson was orougnt ; ana tne
Collector of Customs shall not grant a clearance to such vessel
until the same is paid. The master or such vessel snail ne
liable for the amount of the moneys thus exended. ,
Sec. 807. For the purposeof carrying intoeffect the
law relating to the public health, the Board of Health
empowered to draw from the public treasury, anil nisnurse
all sums of money tjiat nay lie appropriated by the legisla
ture, for the preservation or the public health ; and in case
pestilence, or contagious disease, shall visit the nation, snid
' S . . r . V -. 1.1:..
Board is empowered to ciraw irom me puuv urmui j, mm
lishursc all sucli sum as may, irom time io tune, c appro-
iriat-.-d by the King and Frivy Council, lor tne protecuou or
the lives and health of the people, faid Hoard snail onsvrve
the strictest economy in the expenditure of such moneys, ana
its drafts on ihe Minister of Finance shall lie accompanied by a
written statement showing the objects lorwuicn tne money is
to be used.
Sec. SOS. The Board of Health shall keep a regu
lar record of its proceedings, and shall annually,
make a full and detailed report of its transactions including an
account of its receipts and exienditures, to the Minister of the
Interior, who shall lay the same before the legislature, cam
Hoard shall als ., during the prevalence of any severe pesti-
nce, or epidemic, publish a weekly report of the public health.
Sec. '80;). The Minister of the Interior shall ap
point, upon the recommendation or the Hoard or
Health, a suitable person to te vaccinating officer in each of
the gu'iernatorial divisions of the kingdom, who shall receive
ueh salary as may, from time to tune, be appropriated by the
legislature, and shall be removable from office at the pleasure
of said Minister.
Sec. 310. Eich vaccinating officer shall appoint,
at least, three convenient places in each school dis
trict throughout his division, for the jierfonnance of vaccination;
and, from time t time give public notice of the time when he
will attend at sm-h places, to vaccinate all persons not already
Kneeo-fully vaccinated who may then and there appear ; and
Isoofthe time when he will attend at such place, to inspect
Uie progress of such vaccinaU'on in the persons so vaccinated.
Sec. 311. The father or mother of every child, shall
within six months after the birth of such child, or, in
the event or the death, illness, or absence of the father or luoth-
r, then the guar.liaii, i.nrae, or iicrson having charge of sueh
hil-l, shall, within six mo-ith after its birth, or at the earliest
PIKirtunitv utter, take such child to the vaccuiuting officer, f.r
he purpose of beinc vaccinated.
Sec. 812. Upon the eighth day, following the d ty
on which anv child has been . vaccinated, the father.
her, guardian, or other person having charge ot said chit".
all again take such child to the vaccinating officer, that he
may ascertain by liiscctioi) the result ol Such operation.
Sec. 313. If the vaccination is found to be suc
cessful, the officer shall deliver to the father, mother,
or other person having charge of the child, free of charge, a
certificate that the child has been successfully vaccinated, and
shall note the sane in a I ook to be kept by such ollicer for that
Sec. 314. On the presentation of any child to be
vaccinated, shonld the fliceF deem the child to be in
an unfit state to lie vaccinated, be may postpone the operatinu
at his discretion, aud give duevlolK-e to the parents, or person
having charge or such child, to reproduce the tame for vaccina
tion at a future time.
Sec. 315. The vaccinating officers shall visit the
several stations appointed by them, at least once in
every six mo-ith. anil ofteuer, if required so to do by the Min
ister of the Interior, or Board of Health.
Sec. 310. Every parent, guardian, or other person
basin; the char-re of anv child, who shall refuse
r neulect t comply with tha proiisions of the law respecting
vaccination, shad ! subject to a fine cf five dollars ; one-halt
of which shall be paid to the informer.
Sec. 317. The sever il vaccinating officers shall
keep a fiiih'ul record of their transact ior.s, nud make
an .annua! rcie.it of the same to the Minister or the Interior.
Sec. 318. The Marshal and Sheriffs, and in nil
other districts than Honolulu, and Lahainn, the
several district Justices, shall, cx-ofbcio, act us coroners, with-
out any extra Compensation. i
Sec. 310. A, soou as anv coroner shall have n i
tice of the death of any person, within his jurisdic-
li m, supplied to have come to sueh death by poisouinc, vlo- J
b-iice, or in any suspicious manner, he 'hall forthw ith j.-ue his i
s.imni.oiis to six good and lawful men, of the distiict where such I
death may have .-iiri-ed. or in which the dead body may have
lt-cn lonwl or ii at the tone lyin?;, to app?ar b-.-fnre him at the I
time an I plaee. expressed in the warrant, then and there to .n- j
qnire upon the view of the body of the deceased, wh-n, ho." ,
and by whit means he cams to his d.-ath. All p-rsons sum-
tunned to attend n a eoi-.m.-r's jury, shall serve without pay ;
and if any m.u sunn. ion -d to serve on sueh jury, shall fail to j
appear, without reasonable excuse therefor, he may lie fined by !
; the coroner, not exceeding five dollars ; and the coroner mav .
issue process to any constable for the collectioj of any fines j
thus imM.sed. j
Sec. 32). If the six jurors summoned shall not ap- !
i pear, the coroner may summon other jurors from the :
! bystanders, or others, to complete the number.
iSec. 321. When the jury is complete the coroner :
shall call over their names, and then in view of the :
j body, he shall admiui-tcr to them the following oath:
I You soic'.i-.jily swear that you will diligently inquire, anl
true presentment luake, when, how, and by what means, the ;
person whose body lies li re dead, came to his death ; aod you
shnll return a true Inquest thereof according to your knowledge, j
and such evidence as shall lie laid before you : S i h!p you j
Sec. 222. The c-.ironcr May issue subputnas for
witnesses, returnable forthwith, or at such time and
place as he shall therein direct and may enforce the same by
fine or imprisonment, or both, in the discretion of said coroner.
Sec. 323. An oath to the following effect, shall be
administered by the coroner to the witnesses :
You s demnty swer, that the evidence which vou shall cive
i to thi inquest, eon.-eroiiig the death of the person here Ivinir
dead, shall be the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the
truth : Ss heiji you god.
Sec. 321. The testimony of all witnesses examined
before any inquest, shall be reduced to writing by
the coroner, or r ora? other person by Ids direction, and sub
scrilied by the witnesses.
T she Owner- snl Pcraa Interraiesl 1st
Wbaleships in the Pacific Ocean.
Orncs or tu Piaa Kaiie-Reaa Cowakt, I ;
, Nkw YosiuJuIy 20, 1W7. J
The Panama Itail-Koswl Company laKesuna m".
of informing those interested in the wnaiing . ua.
- . . , . n.fA. .1 it-oli-ond
... . r r .... i. i v.c.li ui v.... -w ...
ZX W the Isthmus of'l'auamn, for the shipment of
Oil from the Pacific to the United States, uud fr sending out
fit, and supplies ti-ora the L nited States to Pan.. ia. -
The Kaih-oad has b-en in regular and snecessiiu opcrauo.. .yr
more tbaa two years, aul its rapacity for tl.e trarus.iortaUon of
more thaa ,ltw,-:-I iciudinz )U. Provisions, &c,
K rteT Obe attention of tevenil Captain of
whalesl.iPS has recently been turned to tne subject m .i.hp.
iJSrZl froiotoinato New York during the present season,
and the Panama Kail-Itoud Company ha. ?
to affonl every facility winch tsa;
r,,sn",e '..?1VL'! Tl':"r P.nn.;: to the end or which Freight
neen ouiu. iii "re j . . ' vMiu Ivinir
Cars are run to receive cargoes rrom lighters or vessels lying
.lonide,und deliver the samsaalongside of vesl. at Asp n
wall. Vessels of from 200 to 300 tons can lie at the Pier with
. i : tn eiA .r.n1 nf Iait water.
railing brigs, be
longing to the Kail-Koad Company, and the t,ompany l"
longitig iuui i.,.nma and deliver it iu New orlc
?Z?r Bil l, of C-.Ha.-t the rate of seven
cents lH-r gallon, if received
1 I.. eVisa V: r-Kr-
itm ii ABi,, ;tKirt. flllowiui for wauUjce. For
ZZr ?nr0n7 cents per pound. This charge
Mvers wrv exps.-t.se from Parma to Neiv Wk, m case
the oi! Is sent throngh the Superintendent or Commercial Agent
... u.n u..j p..mmr. rrTsuraiice excepted. The
OT trie rnnainw i. i . 1 . . . . ,
1 ; o Ku i- n.vui.i on the Isthmus or in ew York
ireiguts uiaj .""- i -- -
at tne option oi toe o!i.-i-- , . ,
n.,.. a ,j lb- r...in.ianv sail reenlariy semi-monthly, and
the averaire passages to and from Aspinwall are aboultwenty to
twenty-five dVvs7 The time occupied in crossing the Ishmus Is
. .-' iiii H.irinir its Mrsns5. across the Isthmus, -iU be
. :".i. ...?,.. n. iv.nveviHT-fh covered cars, and owners
. ' . ,1 tb.reverv care wUl be Ukentoprevent leakage.
o ,o ir.mlv lieen conveyed to New York: with
BCYCIftl tsiKw-3 t..v - rf -
.ll t l.e siu-l.test loss.
.;i..rtberxidsconsiimed tor transportation to the fcuper-
i... on.- i.IUiim Kail-lload Company. or to Wslltasts
ylm ....,meeil Awi.tofthe Comn-sf at Panama, will
l. . .:...i ....i reur.leil with the irreate3patcb.
ots rcvei. ci .". . ....... . - .
rn. ir...i,.rio 1 Hanks has been appointed Agent at Ilono
lulu, Sandwich Islands, and is prepared toiurniah every requisite
mronnation to snippers. y J0Tf SecreterT
FBEDKHlC I. IIASK3,
Agent Panama K
II AC KFEl H
fER FOR BALE, JCST ARRirtn
n ripi rims... ;,JJc
ut hitLliHtliS r
11. Co.. Honolulu S. I.
SALT! SALT! SALT!
MANUFACTURED AT TUB
PUULOA SALT WORKS!
1 uish to llutchera and Packers, in the largest quantities, a
...rior Hrticle. KOUAL TO THE BKrfT IMPOKTKD
sii t ..! Ht a i .nee to Drfr C.'oinm'litiou S For terms
apply to HANIliL MONTGOMERY,
149-tf Puuloa Salt Works.
Ex " Yankee."
Assorted Jellies, citron,
Ilamblin k Raker's oysters,
Bids. Carolina rice,
111. Is Hams
For sale by C. L. RICHARDS & CO.,
Kaahumanu street, in stone store, formerly
351-tf occupie.1 by Messrs. Krull & Moll.
TIIE A 1 CLIPPER BARK
17G Tons her Register,
wiTA S TO LEAVE LIVERPOOL OX TIIE
V 2-oth of last month, (April,) with a
'FULL AND COMPLK'lE CARGO!
Expressly select -d for this market. Including an unusually large
and choice assortment of PRINTS, of which SAMPLES
are shortly expected. and which will be disposed or "to arrive,"
at the VERY 1nVESf MARKET RATES. For particulars,
apply to 151-lf JA.VION, GREEN & CO
Cigars ex "Hero!"
ST LANDED ASD FOR SALE AT J. T,
aterhouse's AVholesale and Retail F-re inroof fcmponum
lO.O'.H) No. 1 Manila Cigars, twist ends,
21HI.000 No 2 do do . do,
10,U01 No. 3 do do do. '
Thev are selllnir fast. Terms quick.
Jt2-tf Apply to JOHN' THOMAS V ATERIIOUSE,
hist Received vvv- ' Yankee."
THITEWASII TJUtSIIES, CAL1FOR-
i.ia ground ginger, iu glass;
California :r.u.iil S3j;, in glass,
liamlin & Raker's oysters,
Fresh peaebes. in syrup,
Rasplvrry jam, - -
Fresh strawlierries. In glass,
Greeu corn, fresii honey, fresh apples, citron peel.
151-tr 1-orsaleby H. W. SEVERANCK.
Doors, Window Susii, Blinds,
EX " MODERN TIMES."
A f DOORS. ASSORTED SIZES, WITH
3 Vr " " mouldings and raised panel.
50 Sash I"ors, assorted sises.
300 pair Window Sash, assorted sizes.
250 pair Kliuds, with and without sn ivels, ass d sizes.
Selected expressly for this market, aud for sale low by
M7-tr GEORGE G. HOWE.
Koa Lumber !
CRADLE, CHAIR, TABLE. BEDSTEAD,
an.l cofiin stuff, assorted sizes, from 2 to 6 inches square
and fn-ni 6 to lo iu. wide. For sale by
14-J-tf s C. BREWER 2p.
SACKS O 4.TS Per FRANCES PALMER.
For sale by 154-tf n. W. SEVERKNCF..
PAINTS AX1) OILS.
fi:ilE SXOW-WIIITE ZINC IX OIL,
Pure English white lead.
Pure American white lead,
Turpc-ntiue. chrome yellow,
I'ltra marine blue.
For sale by H. W. SEVERANCE.
THE FOLLOWING INVOICES OF KNTt !n
OERMAN woods'. ' 5
Cottons, Linens & Woolea r
Bales pluk. and yellow prints, do far-. , H.
. lo. moui nlng do, do two bluc 0o , '
lJo. white ground do, do white sl.iVtl, .
Do. glaie.1 eol'd tlo,cHses gingIWl " C5 . -Cast
s printed coiton liandkerc) Hs '
Fancy printed jacenneit. Victoria i.
icn:ila )ock muliii, tav; Jr!ML, "
: Cambric, muMin, mosq-iit x? . 1
1 jMITa? Hil l IIIUSIIll HI.Mlsa San.l . i Sv
Black Orleans alpaccn, b!ue ligQr.,7;i't'iw
. "icfiwu -o, Bun, uackah-u-t s
Cotton ela-tiques f r pantaloons lin, r
. Blue twilled flannel, bla.grero '' " 'niMr, -'
. V hite linen drill, Rusju, cr4h, chJlf'?
. Blue and black broad cloth. ntcw'l fcstZ
Blue. crlmM.n and erev . i
t. l.ll u III". Milrli. sr..
atais - :(
Plain, black aud blue imnUloons, Lucii in
PntS. Sssnrln.-... .
L 1 1 . . 'II ..
nue. anil orown Cloth enjta ndv""'
Pilot cloth jackets and pai.ts.u-i " W-i
Hickory shirts, printed 1.1 "V
Ri.... . .
Wl.i.u li . s'.it. t(
unf it Amazon felt
Cb.klreu's straw do,LeshW
-Gent's straw hW Lw
Superior silk and w.!er) un ,
Gent's silk. Lisle thread ,M VZlZt.
Ladies' silk. Lisle thread a.-dogusV! ' ;
- Gent's lasting gaiters, g-nt". lacou-j "5ni
Children's Lisle thread and c .ttoti sc.nJ -
Ladies' and gi nt's Vienna slinorrs i?','s
An assortment of French felt hats, fcr
Silks. &r v
Silk lei covers, cambric silk hanob-rthiffi
t:henilleand dress trimmintrs, ruclie.
Silk umbrelLu. black and colored satin
Black lustrine, moire antique,
Flowered moire antique,
A large and spl.-udid assortment of ,o
Black, blue, green and vioiet silk e.i.-L.
Black and fancy velvet riblmn,
Ladies' bonnet ribbon, latest stylet
Black silk haf ribbon. '
Linen, woolen and csssimere table covm
Cassimere piano covers, llerlin
Canvas for emliroidery, sj).kj1 cotton, corMl
Linen and cotton thread, asstM, Coiieii,
Linen sheeting, linen table damask. .vlaviw
Woolen cords, bed quilts, linen hed'u,
Stay binding, suspenders, plsying ran).
Portemonnaies purses, bhick lace f,u
Assortment of necessaires and dtv-ssim,;,-,
Gilt frame looking classes,
Black, pir.k and straw colored crape
Assortment of artificial flowers. '
Silk, buckskin. Lisle thread and kM ff.
A suierior as-ortment of Pari fans,
A superior assortment of Paris vane, tnt b
Children's porcelain, tea sets, tuliii sl'.iA.
Water coolers, a large assortment nf ehillJnJIaJ
Taestry caisets, Lapland and rlmr-li una.
A el vet rugs, rixmi piqier, oil cloth, eirskins
Turtle shell back crnibs, ivory tnr.tli Mml 1
Turtle shell dressing and p-icket osi.la,
Assortment of buffalo dressing comix.
Hair brushes, tix.th brushes, nail hnwhri.
Table brushes, cloth brushes,
Pearl buttons for coats, shirts and dressy
Acsordeons, concertinas, clsrii.ets, '
Asst'd hoop iron, flat, round and .square
Sailors' jackknives, butcher knives, c.ico lu.iV
Rodgers' pen aud irket knives,
Assort-iient of scissors fiM- erahroid-rjr,
Buttenholi; and tailors' scissors.
Knives aiul f irks. ra. .r.
Table piotins. Kar.l- iifn' knita.
Shoe knives, ua.-rer,rk
Sail ''"Iks. p..ii-3
A large assortment of English, French ti4 GeaJ
Turnery, consisting or
Eau de cologne, Lubh.'s extract, cd-len nil.
Genuine Macassar oil. pomatum.
Toilet soap and genuine extracts of J. Gund I
Indon, A:c, &c &C.
Plated cruet stands.
Plated card basics.
Sugar Imsint, siitea. a
Loaf and crashed sugar, jAssorun n: of ra.iirt
Raisins in j and 4 boxes, jlVpii-.nn.iu I -up-.
Swiss cheesi.-, jRasplierry viuejir,
Sardines in k and i tins, IWhite wi.i- vhejir,
Bags or black pepiier, 'Capers, c, 4s.
Best English white lead, in tin cans.
Black lead, Paris green, chrome green.
Chrome yellow, Prussian blue, celestial Wm,
Rel lead. Venetian reil, hronre pniat, gold lot,
Best English paint oil, In tins.
All hog skin saddles, imitation hog skin sadia, .
Saddle cloths, si.ver plated spurs,
Silver plated bits and stirrups.
A few superior wardrobes,
A large assortment of Russia cordarv. all iiia,
Spunyarn, two and three thread, slickliiie,
Marline, bousing, hemp twine.
Jacquesson & Sons champagne, claret,
Sherry, Madeira, port wine,
- Asst'd liqueurs, aie in liois. 4 due. each.
DOORS, WINDOW SASH, I1I,INDS.
JX LATE ARRIVALS
M..4 450 Doors, all s; s and kinds,
2n0 indow Sash, all kiuds,
DM) pair Itiinds, all sizes, 1
12 Glass Hoors and Blinds, etc., complete.
rnr sate at me lowest market pnees, ny
V. II. LEW KRS.
PAI'KIl 1IAN(!IXGS, LOKDEIi, 4c.
A nn KOLLS ASSORTED PAPER,
ItiO rolls assorted border.
The above invoice was sek-eted expressly f..r this market by
.1. K. It. Mars!. all, Esq., an.l is the largest and best assortment
ever imported, and wi.l lie sold at low rates by
C. II. LEWKR3,'
1S tf Foit Street.
FOR SALE OR HI11K!
VE'iY SUPERIOR RILLIARD TABLES,
with Slate or Wooden Ibls, and I'll ELAN'S CELE
URATEl) COMBINATION CCSUIONS. nil complete. Also
On hand, extn Cloth, Balls,Cucs, Wax, Ks-kets, &c. Apply to
ltW-tt K. BURGESS.
k JCST TIECEIVED.
CASES EXAMELED CLOTH,
Harness and Russet Leather, - '. :
Childreu's Carriages, various patterns.
r or sale by t llAS. BREW ER. 2n.
Per " Radnija," from Boslei
DUE FIRST SEPTEMBER.
Blue sheeting and drilling, brown stierting, ;
P. K. denims, Jew. tt city denirj.s.
Cotton duck and twine, men's kip broranj.
Saddles with stirrups, complete, vhips,
Meu's cow hide boots, cut nails,
Copper and iron tacks, rivets, asst'd.
Solar lamp shades and chimneys.
Whisky in barrels and kejis. casks of nsvyhrsl
English cheese, loCKl tit .1 shooks, hums.
, Mess beef, prime pork, totweeo. shoe Wse.inn
Preserved meats, assorted, tiresrrved ovsim
Illiurk pepper in t lb botUes. merRtm is fefctj
miL'ht varnish, spirits ot turpentine,
Chn.nie preen, Prussian blue, chrome yeUov,
OK..... 1.. ..1-. . n .. 1 1 . an..,....iu..
I trer. note and l.wlscan naner. &c . ftc. n
PRESERVED WM ETABLOS.
J1ASES PRESERVED VEGETABLES,
Brandy rruits, daily just r oeivetl Qr clipjier ship
Cl'lAS. LREWEU, 2r,
OAI1 PLANK, ic.
Hard Pine Plank,
. Spruce Heck Plaatt
Tor sale by
CHAS. BREWER. 2u.
Sec. 202 The Board of Ilealth may, from time to
t"me. esit iblish tbe quarantine to be perform el by all
! vessels arriving at any port or the kinrdom ; and may mike
I snch quarantine refutation, as It shall Jude necessary for the
ceattn aaa safety of tne inhabitants.
Sec. 203. The quarantv regulations so establish,
ed, elmll extend lo all persons, and all (roods and ef
fects, arriving in such vessels, and to all persons who may visit
or go on hoard of the same.
See. 294. Notice shall be iriven of such quarantine
regulations, by publication in the manner provided
in section 234 j and after such notice shall have been given,
any person who shall violate any such quarantine regulations,
shall be fined a sum not less than five, nor more than five
Sec. 2fl6. Any vessel which fehall refuse to sub
mit to quarantine, or which shall leave the quar
antine grmm.1 before the expiration of the quarantine im
posed upon her, or which shall be the means of clandestinely, .
lntronnctiig into this kingdom any contagious disease, or any
The jurv upon the inflection of tha dead
body, and after hearing the testimony uf the wituesses
! and making nil needful inquiries, shall draw up and deliver
j to tne coroner, ttietr inqmsition amler their hands.
i Sec. 326. Every coroner's jury sliall, if possible,
' find and certify w Inn, how, and by what means, the
riceens.-d person came to bis death, and his Dame If it was
known, together with all the material ciicumstances attending
his death ; and if it shall apiear that he was murdered, the
jury shall state who were gu.lty either as principal or accessory,
if known, or wen in any maniH-r the cause or his death. Tiie
rorm or the inquisition may be iu sul.&L-iucc as follows s
An inquisition taken at . island of , on the .
day of . in the year , befire . one the coron
ers id said iBland. upon the body or , (or, a person) there
lying dead, by the oaths of the jurors whose names are hert-
unto sutiscrilied, who being sw..rn to luouire when. hm o.i
' by what means the said . (or person) came to his death.
; upon their oaths Uo say, (then insert when, how, and by what !
, jierson. u Known, means, weapons, or instruments he was kill- !
' A t l, iMllm.m. .1... ...1.1
... .v j n non", .in; .am v.irouer, aim tne jurors or i
II V STEAM E It FHOH NEW YORK.
Jbi.uin iH COLLECTION OF 11'MNS
m. an.l n. - r-.i--a cnoiee variety In gilt and plain bindings
Also, a few large type edition, flol-in 11. M. WHITNEY.
TONS BEST ENGLISH COALS
For sale by
11. IIACKFF.LP & CO.
Vl;,.J,.TO 7 1"a 'Xt'II SHROUDING
ror saie oy Lt. L-. WATERMAN & CO.
I OIL CLOTH.
SIX CASES SFP. OIL CLOTH, assorted widths,
just received and for sale by '
101'u CnAS. BREWER. 5n
this ln.uest, have hereunto set their hands, the day aud year
Sec. 327. If the jury find that any murder, man- !
slaughter, or assault bad been committed on the de- i
I ceased, the coroner shall bind over by recognizance ; or ir
n -cessary, commit to Jail such witnesses as he shall thiuk !
proper, to appear and t-stiry upon the trial or anv psrson who I
may be indicted fir such offense. The coroner shalfretttrn to the '
Court before which such trial is to liehud. the Inquisition, writ- !
ten evidence and all recognisances and examinations by him i
Sec. 32S If any person charged y the inquest
with having committed 6uch offense, shall not be in
cusiony, uie coroner snail have the power to issue process for
BEST ENGLISH SHEET IRON, OF ALL
sues and dimensions, tor m.le iir
lUS-tf " MVIPnioa en
fik ?OX,Ks SUPERIOR TOBACCO, IO.
tJf Vr t or sale by
D. C. WATERMAN CO.
10IICsV,IARRELS OIL SHOOKS for sale by
Jrr 119-tf CHAS. BREWER 2d.
his apprehension, aud such process shall be made returnable, i
before any Police or IMstriet Justice, or nr Mh n,.. ! !
coort having Jurisdiction in the ease, wha shall proceed therein, j
ia the same manner as if be had issued such process himself i
fceo. 4-2J V hen auy coroner shall take an inquest
u non the dead bodv of it ttrmii. u. i
: for that tmroose. shiill not 1V.1..1-n ' ' ..
disease dangerous to the public health, shall be liable to seizure j body, that any inquest should be token, be shall cause tbe iJ!h.
I confiscation and sale, ftnr the benefit of the public treasury. to be decently buried. e bodr
Sso. 330. No fees shall be paid to jurors or wit-
neswa auenutna: up-m any coroner's inquest, but all
f lifft rasa Kn n r L Aw-B-sosnau r . i . . . . .I1 . . .
GPi i ,COILS. assorted sixes, made to order, jut re--
" ceived per clipper ship Syren," for sale by
'i-if CHAS BREWER, 2l.
Sec 20tl The B-jrd of Health, and its agents.
may at all times cause any vessel arriving, when
such vessel, or tha cargo thereof, shall In their opinion be foul,
or infected, so as to endanger the public hcalty. to be removed
0 ,ne. t''1 f I to the qu imntiue ground, and to be thoroughly purified at the
ll.v execu-e au lawrul process plneed ia the same ; and lhy may also cause all persons arriving isfr
; that he wid faithfully account for ami polng ou board of any such infected vessel, or handling suchTu-
t fected cargo, tn be removed to some place of safety, there to re-'
i snain under their orders. .. .. s
Sec 237. If any muster, seaman, or passenger,
j belonging to nny vessel, on board of which f in
' festion may tt n he. "or may have tntelybeen, orsu 1 to'
bare bo, c which may nave been at, or which k ire
1 swtu- - - s wuub ro- iminssD aisttnirer t .
1 .W. - W . . . . . r j. - .
the reasonable expenses of Uie inquisition shall be paW to the
coroner from the public treasury, the account of such expenses
being first examined and allowed by the Minister or the Iu
TO OAPTAIKS " "
0Po,,:IIPjS AND OTHER VESk
S per cord j fresh beef at 4 eeuts per H t sheep, at $a per bead .
and eoau at f 1 60 head. , Al, fruita and veg4ulde oTvarT i
kinds can be procured at (he above named port. '
- rr Wood alwajrt on hand U the beach in qnantitiea to suit
IwsvHasera. (4-tf) Oi.OH8 CHARM AX.
YVROUG,,,T, 'AILS, ur I A C I UN E R V,
from maleable iron;- hrfrseshoe and brad nails, from the
tagle Factory. IVoVidence, R. Lt for sale by -133'tf
D. C WATERMAA & CO.
NAILS. - ;
Ofl C-.SKS, assorted sizes, arrived per Syren.'
' ' Sr . .. Fnr eil hr
For sale bv
vUAS. BKEWEU. 2d.
HISTORY OF THE SANDWICH ISLANDS.
Arfrti?J,,RS ,OP CARVES' HISTORY
these Islands, (the last edition,) Y sale by -
U. M. WHITNEV.
.A. Ju OH A !
Just Uecrirrfl mt Krii "Uclii.
1 Ml OTHER LATE ARRIVALS,
i. offered lor sale by tl.e uudersigned. vi:
Twilled hickory utk! blue and pink brined re.''A
Parisiau white aud prinU-J bos sn shirts.
Figured buckskin.'nankim-t and satinet pant.
Black Orleans sack coats, cotton and s.lk unitmnM,
Eau de Celv-eie,
Mailer's Celcbratotl Vne Alel
Claret. Haut Barsac. Chamt.a--ne. Tnrtr-iitine i
Olive Oil, superior Oernian ibacksmitl.'s '.!,
Swedish and English Rar Iron, assorted iws.
Sheet-lead and Lead Pipe, Huns, Rifles, tint"'
14-J-tr Kll. HiFFSC!ir.AEtEll & M';
. ' I
Xew (Jo ot's ! Nf
DECEIVED EX RECENT
A R RI ' I
sxn rm an.l nr rni rNDKKSir.X"
PAVIES tc J0SF3' CKLEIIRATEH PATfcr
SEAM AM TIIREE-I'LV ( 0UAU M
Merino andrr.sbirta. suspn.lers. neck ties. l'Tl"Tf
sup. black and blue l.ra.lclths, black ,lw-,ki,'rt''i
and English fancy cassimeres, twee-1' i""1 ,h' ''T I
great variety, superior Marseilles vesting'. ,:'rf
scilles for ladies use, ail linen ducks an I drill-', J .
Panama and telt hats, etc., etc. J
Estitliah Blue Htisl While FI-"''.
tared to Order n P" f. " rf r 6
fpiiE i;si)ersikk:is s-r. '"-
M. iurnisii to tne Honolulu puw.c .
rersonable terms :
CO U Als STO.VK!
In anv quantity, for building and other PUIT' M
each. In the rough, or ih squared, for f,,ul'a" Vii"i
at so much pur ox cart load.. Steps h'r v&
and Caps, with smooth surface cut out In sr.J u
Lime. Fire Wol,
Uollaat fcr Vewel . t
. I p z
(.Oat ..It!lS ' 1
Jl RCIIASED AT TH K II gp.il
ni nCIIASED AT TIIE HJClffiiJ
ket rates, by 119-tf
v " Old Vello
mr,-w -xv tern at T f I IT IIlUl-"!..
sv k sw am. mm. m. mis k. a a ia au . .
MT ket rates, by 119 tf .
ALF BOXES E. BOSTON' "
Half boxes East Boston Oranulnted Sugar.
u . Loaf Sugar, Just raceivea P"
ten," for sale by
hoop iron. . .
TFt-EJ?8 fW BEDFORD HOOP IRON,
is-.. I Rivets, Just received and for sale bv -.
-1 f ' . ' ' e CIIA9. BREWr. 2b.
PUSIPS, assortel alzes, tatert r'
m 1 natures oore-
TN II AND.
Jf F-sys reOued Iron,
-nut-dle. Nail Fnds, j