Report of the Governor of the Territory of Hawaii: To the Secretary of the Interior

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1902

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Página 50 - Each law shall embrace but one subject, which shall be expressed in its title. The enacting clause of each law shall be, "Be it enacted by the legislature of the State of Hawaii.
Página 69 - ... defense, except that in addition to any indebtedness created for such purposes the legislature may authorize loans by the Territory, or any such subdivision thereof, for the erection of penal, charitable, and...
Página 70 - Act shall prevent the refunding of any indebtedness at any time; nor shall any such loan be made upon the credit of the public domain or -any part thereof; nor shall any bond or other instrument of any such indebtedness be issued unless made payable in not more than thirty years from the date of the issue thereof ; nor shall any such bond or indebtedness be issued or incurred until approved by the President of the United States...
Página 48 - An act providing for the organization and government of counties and districts and the management and control of public works and public institutions therein" was approved. On the same day I sent a message to the legislature, of which the following is a copy, recommending certain amendments to the said act: I have approved the county bill "providing for the organization and government of counties and districts and the management and control of public works and public institutions therein.
Página 49 - ... take charge of and keep the county jail and prisoners therein." Section 483 provides that "immediately after the passage of this act it shall be the duty of the Territorial board of public institutions by this act provided for to organize in the manner required herein.

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