Kepakemapa 12: “No ka Dute Maluna o ke Dala Maoli a me ke Gula ke Laweia aku mai Keia Aina aku”

September 12, 1842: Export Duty on Silver and Gold

The law passed below on September 12, 1842 abolished the duty placed on silver and gold exported from the country. The duty was abolished because of the harmful impact on commerce. The law below also relates to the proper payment of witnesses appearing in jury trials.

Available in Statutes – Rules and Regulations of the King and Council 1843.

E ike oukou e na mea a pau

No ka mea, ua hoakaka ia mai ia makou i ka dute maluna o ke dala maoli a me ke gula ke laweia aku mai keia aina aku e like me na olelo o ke kanawai 48, pauku 10, he mea ia e ino ai ke kalepa ana no ka hapa o ka waiwai maoli e laweia aku mai keia aina aku, nolaila, ua hooholoia keia olelo e hoopau ia dute, a ua pau no.

Eia kekahi olelo o ke kanawai ua haule mamua, no na hoike, eia na hua pono ke hookomo ma ke kanawai 46, pauku 21, lalani 3, “a he hapaha ka uku no ka hoike ana imua o ka hookolokolo Jure, aka ina he hoike i laweia mai kekahi mokupuni a i kekahi mokupuni, he hapalua ko ka haole uku a he hapawalu ko ke kanaka maoli no ka la hookahi. Na ka Jure no e olelo i ka mea nana ia uku.”

Hooholoia ma Honolulu i keia la 12 o Sepatemaba 1842.

KAMEHAMEHA III.
KEKAULUOHI.