The Penal Laws of the Hawaiian Islands, 1897; Compiled from the Penal Code of 1869 and the Session Laws of 1870 to 1896 Inclusive

The Penal Laws of the Hawaiian Islands, 1897; Compiled from the Penal Code of 1869 and the Session Laws of 1870 to 1896 Inclusive

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1897 edition. Excerpt: ...such offense. The Coroner shall return to the Court before which such trial is to be had, the inquisition, written evidence, and all recognizances and examinations by him taken. 983. If any person charged by the inquest with having committed such offense, shall not be in custody, the Coroner shall have the power to issue process for his apprehension, and such process shall be made returnable before any District Magistrate, or any other _Magistrate or Court having jurisdiction in the case, who shall proceed therein in the same manner as if he had issued such process himself. 984. When any Coronershall take an inquest upon the dead body of a stranger, or, being called for that purpose, shall not think it necessary on view of such body, that any inquest should be taken, he shall cause the body to be decently buried. 985. No fees shall be paid to jurors or witnesses attending upon any Coroner's inquest, but all the reasonable expenses of the inquisition shall be paid to the Coroner from the Public Treasury, the account of such expenses being first examined and allowed by the Minister of the Interior. CHAPTER 61. FoR THE PRoTEoT1oN or PLAoEs or SEPULTURE. 986. If any person, not having any legal right to do so, shall wilfully dig up, disinter, remove or convey away any human body from any_ burial place, or shall knowingly aid in such. disinterment, removal or conveying away, every such offender and every person accessory thereto, either before or after the fact, shall be punished by imprisonment at hard labor for not more than two years, or by a fine not exceeding one thousand CHAPTER 62. dollars. NOTE TO CHAPTER 61. 986 is P. C. Ch. 61 unaltered. To PREVENT THE SPREAD or Lnrnosr. PART I.--SEoRnoAT1oN....show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 123675915X
  • 9781236759153