Aia he mau palapala mai ka makahiki 1839-1970 ma kēia waihona. Wahi a ka papa kuhikuhi a ke keʻena nāna e mālama ana i nā waihona o nā palapala e pili ana i ka ʻOihana Hoʻokolokolo, he 561.88 kapuaʻi ka huina laulā o nā palapala a pau:
The bulk of the records are case files and minute books in the form of writs, petitions, orders, decrees, and judgments which document the many ways in which the Judiciary exercised the judicial power of government to interpret and apply the law. In addition, there are administrative records, including jury lists, court calendars, applications to practice law, appointments of district magistrates and circuit court judges, commissions and oaths of judicial officers, and court activity reports which document the routine functioning of the Judiciary.
Na Punawaiola e hōʻike mai nei i kekahi māhele o ia waihona ma lalo iho nei. He 5 mea hoʻokomo pepa i loko a me 674 palapala pākahi. Ma muli o ka laulā launa ʻole o ka waihona o ka ʻoihana hoʻokolokolo, ua wae ʻia ka Pūkaʻina 241 (Nā moʻolelo o nā Kākau ʻŌlelo o ka ʻAha Hoʻokolokolo Kiʻekiʻe a me ka ʻAha Hoʻokolokolo ʻĀpana ʻEkahi), a me Pūkaʻina 242, (Nā puke moʻomoʻolelo Kīwila a Kalaima o ka ʻAha Hoʻokolokolo ʻĀpana ʻElua). Ua manaʻo ʻia, he hoʻomaka maikaʻi ia ʻano o kā mākou hana ʻana.
Ma nā moʻolelo a palapala e pili ana i ka hana a nā Mea Kākau a ka ʻAha Hoʻokolokolo Kiʻekiʻe a me ka ʻAha Hoʻokolokolo ʻĀpana ʻEkahi, aia nā “reports from court appointed administrators, daily journals, calendars, dockets, court transcripts, petitions, ledgers, day books, account books, notary public books, Supreme Court decisions, and various court documents filed with the court clerks. Oaths of district court judges, jury commissioners, and attorneys.”
Ma ka Pūkaʻina 242, ua hana ʻia he kiʻi kikohoʻe o kekahi laʻana o ka puke moʻomoʻolelo a ka ʻAha Hoʻokolokolo ʻĀpana ʻElua. Hoʻākāka ʻia ma ka Papa Kuhikuhi: “Minute book entries contain court date, defendant and plaintiff names, names of attorneys representing the defendant and plaintiff, court proceedings, judgments, sentencing in criminal cases, and appeals.”
Hiki nō ke loaʻa nā kiʻi i loko o kēia waihona ma ke kaomi ʻana o nā loulou waihona ma lalo iho nei.Series 241: Records of the Clerks of the Supreme Court and First Circuit Court
Series 242: Civil and Criminal Minute Books of the Second Circuit