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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER : HONOLULU, MAY 21 , 1S98.
imprisoned at hard labor for not more than six months in the discretion of the District Magistrate. Section 2. This Act shall take efl'ert and he in fum; from the date of its publication. Approved this 10th day of May, A. D. 1S9S. SANFORD 15. DOLE, President of the- Republic of Hawaii. ACT 36, An Act Kklatim; to Xotick or Increase of Assessment and to Amend Section r,l of Act T1 of the Session Laws of 1800, being "An Act Relating to Internal Taxes, and to Repeal Oh after 01 of the Session Laws of 1892, Relative Thereto. Be it enacted hi the Legislature of the Republic of Hawaii: Section 1. That Section 51 of Act 51 of the Session Laws of 1S9G, 1)0 and the same is hereby amended so as to read as follows: "Section 51. In case any Assessor shall raise the valuation of anv property above the value stated in the assessment return herein provided for, or shall refuse to allow a claim for exemption, such Assessor shall on or before the first day of July in each year, send a written or printed notice by depositing the same in the Tost Oflice, postage prepaid, ad dressed to the last known place of residence of the person making the return or claiming the exemption, describing the property the valuation of which has been so raised, and stat ing the proposed assessment thereof, or stating the exemption refused, as the case may be." Section 2. This Act shall take effect and become law from the date of its publication. Approved this 10th day of May, A. D. 1898. SANFORD B. DOLE, President of the Republic of Hawaii. ACT 37. An Act Relating to Claims Against the Estates of De ceased Persons and Limiting the Time Within Which Suits Thereon Shall be Commenced; and Repealing Section 1247 of the Civil Code, An Act Entitled "An Act to Limit the Time Within Which Claims of Credi tors Against the Estates of Deceased Persons Shall ' r.E Presented and Suits be Commenced to Enforce Rejected Claims; and Amend Section 1217 of the Civil Code," Approved on the 23rd Day of June, 1SGS, and Chapter X of the Session Laws of 1870 Amenda tory Thereof. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the Republic of Hawaii: Section 1. Immediately after the appointment of any executor or administrator of any estate, he shall advertise in such newspaper or newspapers as the court shall direct, for as long a time as the court may order, at least once a week for four weeks, a notice to all creditors of the deceased to present their claims, duly authenticated and with proper vouchers, if any exist, even if the claim is secured by mortgage upon real estate, to him, either at his residence or place of business, within six months from the day of such publication. And if such claims be not presented within six mouths from the first publication of the notice, or within six months from the day they fall due they shall be forever barred, and the execu tor or administrator shall not be authorized to pay them. Section 2. If any claim be rejected by the executor or administrator he shall give written notice of such rejection to the creditor, and suit must be brought upon it against the executor or administrator within two months after such notice is given, or within two months after the same becomes due, or it will be forever barred. Section :. Executors and administrators shall in no case be liable to suit until the expiration of six calendar months after probate, or the granting of letters of administration, except in cases of rejected claims as provided in Section 2 of this Act. Section 4. It shall not he lawful to allow any claim that is barred by the Statute of Limitations of this Republic. Section 5. Section 1217 of the Civil Code, an Act entitled "An Act to limit the time within which claims of creditors against the estates of deceased persons shall be presented and suits be commenced to enforce rejected claims; and amend Section 1247 of the Civil Code," approved on the 23rd day of June, 1SGS, and Chapter 10 of the Session Laws of 1870. are hereby repealed. Section 0. This Act shall take effect from and after its publication. Approved this 10th day of May, A. D. 1S0S. SANFORD B. DOLE, President of the Republic of Hawaii. ACT 38. An Act Relating to Certain Licenses, and to Amend Sec tions 9 and 12 (Relating to Alcohol), Section 23 (Re lating to Aw a), Section 50 (Relating to the Selling of Beef), Section 54 (Relating to the Selling of Pork), Sections 50, 00, 02 and 03 (Relating to Firearms), Sec tions 70 and 73 (Relating to Lodging or Tenement Houses, Hotels, Boarding Houses and Restaurants), Section 00 (Relating to Tobacco, Cigars and Cigar ettes), Section 07 (Relating to Vehicles and Drivers). of Act 04 of the Session Laws of 1800, Relating to Licenses, Approved June 12th, A. D. 1800, and to Add a New Section to said Act, to he Called Section 24A (Relating to the Selling of Awa), and to Amend Sec tion 2 of Chapter 05 of the Session Laws of 1S00 (Relating to the Importation of Live Stock Intended 7 for Sale), and to Add a New Section to Chapter 05 of the Session Laws of 1800 to be Called Section 3A (Relating to Live Stock). Be it enacted by the Legislature of the Republic of Hawaii: .Section 1. Sections 0, 12, 23, 50, 54, 50, 00, 02, 03, 70, 73, 00 and Ql of .Act 04 of the Session Laws of 1800, relating to Licenses, approved June 12th, A. D. 1890, are hereby amended so as to read as follows: "Section 0. The Minister of the Interior is hereby authoriz ed to grant to any holder of a license to import and sell poisonous drugs, a license to sell methylated spirits and alcohol. The annual fee for such license shall be the sum of Fifty Dollars." "Section 12. The Collector-General of Customs is hereby authorized to permit any holder of a license herein provided for, to withdraw not more than 200 gallons of alcohol in any one year from the date of the license, from the Custom House, upon the payment of Three Dollars per gallon duty. "Provided, however, that the 200 gallons so to be withdrawn shall onlv be used bv said licensee for medicinal purposes, or for sale to duly licensed physicians.- "And further provided, that all alcohol in excess of said 200 gallons that may be so withdrawn by said licensee, shall pay a full spirit duty, according to its strength, as provided by law for spirits of like strength." "Section 23. In case of such forfeiture, the license shall be again advertised, and after reasonable notice, again sold at public auction, at "the upset price provided for in the Dis trict for which it is to be granted." "Section 50. The annual fee for a license to ell beef in each taxation district shall be Ten Dollars." "Section 54. The annual fee for a license to sell pork in each taxation district shall be Ten Dollars." "Section 50. Except as hereinafter otherwise provided, the annual fee for a license to own or possess a pistol, rifle, car bine, shotgun or other fire-arm, shall be One Dollar for each such fire-arm." "Section 00. Except as hereinafter provided, no fire arms shall be owned or possessed in the Republic without a license issued under this Act." "Section 02. Any person may obtain a license free of charge to possess a shotgun for exclusive use in any agricul tural enterprise for the purpose of destroying or scaring away birds and such pests as mongoose and rabbits that may be injurious to any crop, but in order to secure such license they shall produce to the Minister a statement from the Marshal or Deputy Marshal, any Sheriff or Deputy Sheriff, which state ment shall be furnished by the Marshal or Deputy "Marshal, Sheriff or Deputy Sheriff free of charge, certifying that such shotgun is to be so exclusively used." "Nothing herein contained shall require a license to be taken out for any single-barrel muzzle-loading shotgun in actual use on any rice plantation for the purpose of .searing away birds from the rice fields' "Section 03. All members in good and regular standing of the police force, of the Citizens' Guard, or of any legally authorized military organization, shall be licensed free of charge to possess, carry or use fire-arms when on duty or for target practice, but in order to secure such license they shall produce to the Minister a certificate from the Commanding Officer of the organization to which they belong, certifying to such membership :uid to the description of such fire-arm or fire-arms. "Every such license shall hold good during the term of membership in good standing in such organization, and upon the termination of such membership the license shall be can celled by the Commanding Officer and returned to the Minis ter of the Interior." '"Section 70. No license shall be issued for a Lodging or Tenement House. Hotel. Hoarding House or Restaurant, until the applicant shall secure from the Hoard of Health and present to the Minister a certificate setting forth that an Agent of the Roard has examined the house or houses, pro posed to be used for such purposes, with a description thereof sufficient to identify and locate the same; and that the same are in good sanitary condition and suitable to be used for such purposes; and (if the application is for a license for a Lodging or Tenement House, Hotel or Hoarding House), stat ing the number of persons who, by law, can be lodged therein." "And further that no license shall be issued for any Lodging or Tenement House, Hotel, Hoarding House or Restaurant to be established or maintained in any location which in the opinion of the Executive Council is unsuited for the purpose, or which the Executive Council believes to be objectionable." "Section 73. Nothing in this Act contained shall be con strued to prevent a private family from incidentally taking not more than seven boarders or lodgers without taking out a license hereunder." "Section 00. The annual fee for a license to sell Tobacco. Cigars and Cigarettes shall be Ten Dollars. The payment of this fee shall exempt the holder of a license to keep a Hotel, Boarding House or Restaurant from the payment of a fee for a merchandise license in case the licensee is not a dealer in merchandise other than Tobacco, Cigars and Cigarettes; but shall not be construed to exempt the holder from the payment of a fee for a merchandise license, as provided by Section 75 of this Act. in case the licensee is a dealer in merchandise other than Tobacco, Cigars and Cigarettes." "Section 07. The annual fee for a license to carry freight or baggage for hire or compensation in the Districts of Hono lulu, Wailuku, Lahaina and Hilo, on any Dray, Cart, Wagon or other vehicle other than a hand-cart, shalL be Two and a half Dollars for each vehicle so used. "The annual fee for a license to drive any licensed vehicle; shall be One Dollar; and such license shall permit the licensee to drive any vehicle licensed under this Section." . Section 2. A new section is hereby added to Act 01 of the Session Laws of 1S00, relating to Licenses, to be called Section 24 A (relating to the selling of Awa), as follows: "Section 24A. Any person who shall sell Awa without a license shall be fined not less than Fifty nor more than One Hundred Dollars." Section 3. Section 2 of Chapter 05 of the Session Laws of 1S00 relating to the regulation of the importation of live stock intended for sale is hereby amended so as to read as follows: "Section 2. Everv dealer in live stock brought into this Republic for sale, shall pay to the Minister of the Interior, a license fee of Two Hundred Dollars. This license fee shall not apply to any resident importing for his own use, or for breeding purposes; but all animals so imported slutll bo ub ject to the quarantine laws of the Republic." Section 4. A new section is hereby added to Chapter 05 "of the Session Laws of 1800 relating to the regulation of the importation of Live Stock intended for sale, to be called Sec tion 3A as follows: "Section 3A. Any dealer in live stock bringing live stock into this Republic for sale by order or by importation for gain who shall offer said stock for sale without having lirst obtained a license as in this Act provided, shall be lined not less than Two Hundred nor more than Five Hundred Dollars." Approved this 18th day of May, A. D. 1S08. SANFORD 15. DOLE. President of the Republic of Hawaii. 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