Nā Kānāwai a Hiki Mua 1901

Loaʻa ka papa helu ma lalo nei i mau kānāwai mai nā makahiki 1882, 1893, 1895 a me 1900. ʻO ka inoa mua, he ʻohina palapala o nā kānāwai limahana, e like me, he mau ʻāpana kikoʻī mai kō Hawaiʻi Kānāwai o Nā Haku a me nā Kauwā (Masters and Servants Act). Loaʻa hoʻi ka inoa mua i hōʻuluʻulu pōkole o mau ʻAha Hoʻokolokolo Kiʻekiʻe hihia pili i nā kānāwai limahana. Hoʻokahi nō hōʻuluʻulu pōkole he kūmole i ka hihia King v. Greenwell, i wehewehe mai ʻo “the whipping of servants or laborers is not justifiable under the laws of this Kingdom.” ʻO kekahi palapala kaulana ʻē aʻe ʻo ia nō ka “Proclamation Establishing a Provisional Government” ma lalo nei.

Hiki nō ke loaʻa nā kiʻi i loko o kēia waihona ma ke kaomi ʻana o nā loulou waihona ma lalo iho nei.

  • Statutes of the Hawaiian Kingdom Relating to Apprentices and Contract Laborers, with a Synopsis of Rulings and Decisions of the Supreme Court, 1882, 19/71

  • Proclamation Establishing a Provisional Government at the Hawaiian Islands, 1893, 32/40

  • The Militia Law of the Republic of Hawaii, 1895, 20/17

  • An Act to Provide A Government for the Territory of Hawaii, 1900, 20/2