Statute Laws of His Majesty Kamehameha III, King of the Hawaiian Islands, Passed by the Houses of Nobles and Representatives ... A.D. [1845-1847], to which are Appended the Acts of Public Recognition and the Treaties with Other Nations, Volume 1

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CHAPTER V. OF SUBJECTS AND FOREIGNERS
ARTICLE I.-ALIENS, DENIZENS AND NATIVES,
Section III. "All persons born whithin the jurisdiction of this kingdom, whether of alien foreigners, of naturalizd
or of native parents, and all persons born abroad of a parent native of this kingdom, and afterwards coming to reside in this, shall be deemed to owe native allegiance to His Majesty. All such persons shall be amenable to the laws of this kingdom as native subjects. All persons born abroad of foreign parents, shall, unless duly naturalized, as in this article prescribed, be deemed aliens, and treated as such, pursuant to the laws.". ke'onipa'aloa 

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Page 85 - Ohio, in the sum of dollars, to be paid to the state aforesaid, for the payment whereof well and truly to be made, we jointly and severally bind ourselves, our heirs, executors, and administrators firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals, and...
Page 133 - Illinois, in the penal sum of one thousand dollars, for the payment of which, well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors and assigns, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents.
Page 105 - His Majesty shall appoint through the minister of the interior, and upon consultation with the privy council, five commissioners, one of whom shall be the attorney general of this kingdom, to be a board for the investigation and final ascertainment or rejection of all claims of private individuals, whether natives or foreigners, to any landed property acquired anterior to the passage of this act; the awards of which board, unless appealed from as hereinafter allowed.
Page 91 - ... in such Manner as to obstruct any Engine or Carriage using any Railway, or to endanger the Safety of Persons conveyed in or upon the same, or shall aid or assist therein, shall be guilty of a...
Page 40 - To the which payment well and truly to be made and done, we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors and administrators. Sealed with our seals, and dated this 2nd day of September Anno Domini 1832.
Page 195 - ... heretofore proclaimed, nothing in the last preceding section contained shall be construed as requiring any particular form of worship, neither is anything therein contained to be construed as connecting the ecclesiastical with the body politic. All men residing in this kingdom shall be freely allowed to worship the God of the Christian Bible, according to the dictates of their own consciences, and this sacred privilege shall never be infringed upon.
Page 147 - To entitle any vessel to a clearance, it shall be incumbent on her commanding officer first to furnish the Collector of the port with a manifest of the cargo laden on board of such vessel, which manifest shall be given under oath...
Page 6 - The compiler submitted at intervals portions of the code to His Majesty in Cabinet Council of his ministers, where they have first undergone discussion and careful amendment : they have next been transferred to the Rev. William Richards for faithful translation into the native language ; after which, as from a judiciary committee, they have been reported to the legislative council for criticism, discussion, amendment, adoption, or rejection. The two houses have put them upon three several readings,...
Page 138 - Customs the business upon which said vessel has come to the port, and deliver him, under oath, a full, true, and perfect manifest of the cargo with which said vessel is laden before allowing any parcels to be landed, except the...

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