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regulations so made shall be binding on the parties in the subject matter thereof to the same extent as if such regulations formed part of this Act.

SECTION 12. The books of the Hawaiian Postal Savings Bank shall be opened, and the manager shall receive all deposits offered on and after the first day of January, ·A. D. 1885.

SECTION 13. All expense incurred in the execution of this Act shall be paid out of the income derived under its authority; provided, however, should such income prove insufficient during the current biennial period, any excess of expense may be paid from the incidentals of the General Post Office.

SECTION 14. Married women and minors may, in their own right, make deposits and receive repayment, giving valid receipts therefor.

SECTION 15. This Act shall take effect from and after the date of its publication.

Approved on this 29th day of August, A. D. 1884.

KALAKAUA, REX.

CHAPTER XLVII.

AN ACT

TO PROHIBIT THE ATTACHING OF ADVERTISING POSTERS OR NOTICES TO ANY PREMISES WITHOUT THE CONSENT OF THE OWNER.

Be it Enacted by the King and the Legislative Assembly of the Hawaiian Islands, in the Legislature of the Kingdom assembled:

SECTION 1. Any person who shall affix or attach any show bill, hand bill, poster, advertisement or other notice to any

building, fence, bridge, tree, rock, pole or other structure or object, without first obtaining the consent of the person or persons entitled to the possession of such building, fence, bridge, tree, rock, pole or other structure or object, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof before any Police or District Justice, shall be fined not more than twenty dollars for each offense.

SECTION 2. This Act shall become a law from and after its publication.

Approved on this 21st day of August, A. D. 1884.

KALAKAUA, REX.

CHAPTER XLVIII.

AN ACT

TO ENCOURAGE THE PRODUCTION OF RAMIE OR OTHER FIBRES IN THESE ISLANDS, SUITABLE FOR A MARKET.

Be it Enacted by the King and the Legislative Assembly of the Hawaiian Islands, in the Legislature of the Kingdom assembled:

SECTION 1. The Minister of the Interior is hereby authorized to pay to any inventor or his assigns the sum of ten thousand dollars, whenever said inventor or his assigns shall produce and patent in these Islands, a machine or other method for cleaning the Ramie or any other similar fibre cheaply, thoroughly and suitable for the markets of the world.

Whenever the said machine or method has been thoroughly tested before the said Minister of the Interior and is found to do its work in the manner specified above, therefor the said Minister is authorized to draw a check upon the Minister of Finance in favor of the said inventor or his assigns for the

said amount, and the said Minister of Finance is hereby authorized to pay the same out of any moneys in the Hawaiian Treasury not otherwise appropriated.

SECTION 2. The Minister of the Interior is also hereby authorized to pay to any person, persons or company, who shall first manufacture and sell fifty tons of marketable Ramie Fibre or other similar fibre an amount equal to that which shall be received from the sale of said fibre. It shall be incumbent on the party or parties, selling the same, to file with the said Minister a verified "Account Sales" of the same, whereupon the said Minister shall draw a check on the Minister of Finance in favor of the said party or parties, for the amount due as above specified, which amount the Minister of Finance is hereby authorized to pay out of any moneys in the Hawaiian Treasury not otherwise appropriated.

SECTION 3. This Act shall take effect and become a law from and after its approval.

Approved this 29th day of August, A. D. 1884.

KALAKAUA, REX.

CHAPTER XLIX.

AN ACT

TO PREVENT THE WASTE OF ARTESIAN WATER ON THE ISLAND

OF OAHU.

Be it Enacted by the King and the Legislative Assembly of the Hawaiian Islands, in the Legislature of the Kingdom assembled:

SECTION 1. Every flowing artesian well now on the Island of Oahu that may hereafter be made on said Island, shall be capped by the owner or owners thereof in such a manner

as to give complete control over the flow of water from the pipe of such well.

SECTION 2. No person having the right to the use of water from any such artesian well, shall allow the same to run to waste, but may use it for irrigation, domestic and other useful purposes, except for driving machinery, provided, however, that such water may be used for driving machinery in case it be utilized afterwards for irrigation or other useful purposes.

SECTION 3. Any person violating the provisions of Sections 1 and 2 of this Act, shall upon conviction thereof before any Police or District Court of the Island of Oahu, be fined not more than fifty dollars.

SECTION 4. For the more effectual carrying out of this Act, the Marshal and Deputy Marshal of the Kingdom, and all Policemen of the Island of Oahu, may at all times of night or day, enter without warrant any premises whereon artesian water is used.

SECTION 5. This Act shall become a law from and after its publication.

Approved on this 21st day of August, A. D. 1884.

KALAKAUA, REX.

CHAPTER L.

AN ACT

TO INDEMNIFY THE MINISTER OF FINANCE FOR CERTAIN EX

PENDITURES.

Be it Enacted by the King and the Legislative Assembly of the Hawaiian Islands, in the Legislature of the Kingdom assembled:

SECTION 1. The Minister of Finance is hereby indemnified

and discharged from all liability on account of the payment. of the following items, that is to say:

Expenses of Fourth Judicial Circuit.....
Purchase of Ordnance.........

Pay of Mail Carriers.....

Incidentals Post Office.......

Incidentals Interior Department...

Leper Settlement......

Government Physicians.......

Building and Maintaining Hospitals....

Maintenance of Insane Asylum..

Government Printing......

Support of Prisoners....

Expenses of Bureau of Waterworks........

Repairs of Wharves....

Repairs of Waterworks.......

New Palace.......

.$

93 00

1,159 49

1,462 07

2,802 89

1,116 59

7,640 54

3,979 96

3,659 85

2,422 03

.....

1,802 49

10,099 43

972 12

12,370 56

2,123 60 5,154 44

488 52

Expense of Election.......

Expense of Loan Act.......

3,005 25

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Appropriation by Cabinet Council for Post Office.. 2,060 91 Incidentals, Foreign Office..........

400 00

That for the item $54,682.63, the Minister of Finance shall render a detailed account of expenditure to the Assembly at it next session. Making new Roads and Bridges........ Telegraphic and Telephonic Communication........ 7,408 00

..........

19,077 57

And said expenditures are hereby approved.

$174,402 29

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