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Approving an act of the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii.
United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Territories
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By Act of the Session Laws of the legislature made an appropriation for such refund conditioned however as follows: “This amount shall be paid to the said claimant only if the attorney general of the Territory shall iSSue an opinion to the effect that the taxes were not properly collectible or . H.R. (83 rd): An Act to enable the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii to authorize the city and county of Honolulu, a municipal corporation, to issue public improvement bonds React to .
RELATING TO PUBLIC LANDS Establishes a process for the re-leasing or renegotiation of a lease for public lands classified as commercial or industrial use near the end of the life of the lease. Permits DLNR to extend public land leases to school or government entities without recourse to auction, with certain exceptions. ACT , HB HD1 [ ]. municated to the Legislature by Secretary Carter, and the House took a recess and gave three cheers, led by Representative Kaniho. The pen with which the act was signed by the executive was kept by Secretary Hawes, and will be presented to President Crabbe of the Senate. In approving the act the Governor, in a special message, points out a.
The Organic Act granting legislative power to the territorial government of Hawaii provides that 'the legislature shall not grant to any corporation, association, or individual any special or exclusive privilege, immunity, or franchise without the approval of Congress; * * *.'4 Pursuant to the Organic Act, and prior to the effective date of the. An Act to Provide for the Admission of the. State of Hawaii into the Union. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That, subject to the provisions of this Act, and upon issuance of the proclamation required by section 7(c) of this Act, the State of Hawaii is hereby declared to be a State of the United States of America.
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$ County Act: Act 31 Of The Session Of Of The Legislature Of The Territory Of Hawaii, Approved Ap Paperback – Janu by Honolulu (Hawaii) (Author)Author: Honolulu (Hawaii).
J. Res. 1 of the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii, Aug The United States Constitution requires Congress to approve new states before they can be admitted to the Union. Just five years after the annexation of Hawaii its territorial legislature petitioned Congress to admit Hawaii as a state.
In April Congress approved the Hawaiian Organic Act which organized the territory. Hawaii's territorial history includes a period from toduring World War II, when the islands were placed under martial law. Civilian government was dissolved and a military governor was l: Honolulu.
With the Organic Act ofCongress transferred Hawaii’s sovereignty to the United States, making it a U.S. territory, and defined its territorial government. Hawaii would have an appointed governor, a judiciary, and a bicameral legislature with popularly elected senators and representatives.
Hawaiians were given U.S. citizenship and could elect one nonvoting delegate to the U.S. House of. Public Law CHAPTER AN ACT Aiig To enable the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii to authorize the city — [H.
] and county of Honolulu, a municipal corporation, to issue public improvement bonds. The 30th and last legislature of the Territory of Hawaii adjourned sine die on May 2, Hawaii was admitted as the 50th State of the United States on Augand the Constitution of the State of Hawaii, ratified on N ovember 7,went into effect.
Revised Laws of Hawaii, Comprising the Statutes of the Territory, Revised and Annotated Hawaii T. H., Honolulu Star-bulletin, Limited, - Law - pages. Page 6 - Appropriations, except as otherwise provided in this Act, and except such appropriations as shall be made from time to time by the Congress of the United States, shall be made by the legislature.
(b) If at the termination of any fiscal year the legislature shall have failed to pass appropriation bills providing for payments of the necessary current expenses of the government and. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video.
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that the legislature, in its use of that terms had reference to others than those commonly denominated as such. Rather, from a perusal of various sections of the statutes relating to different types of officers who act under the “police power” of the Territory, it affirmatively appears that the.
Government of the Territory of Hawaii. That a Territorial government is hereby established over the said Territory, with its capital at Honolulu, on the island of Oahu.
By this Act Hawaii acquired the status of an incorporated Territory: U.S. ; and became an integral part of. InH.B. 16, An Act to Provide for the Publication of the Decisions of the United States District Court for Hawaiʻi, was introduced in the House chamber of the eighth legislature of the Territory of Hawaiʻi.
It was referred to the Judiciary Committee and reported favorably out of committee with Standing Committee Report No. Whereas, by the seventy-third section of an act entitled “An act to provide a government for the territory of Hawaii,” approved April 30th,it was, among other things, provided as follows: “That subject to the approval of the President, all sales, grants, leases, and other dispositions of the public domain and agreements concerning the same, and all franchises granted by the.
In JanuaryAlaska became the 49th state, which accelerated the Hawaii statehood process. On Ma the Senate voted in favor of the Admissions Act, with the House approving the same bill in a to 89 vote on Ma The Hawaii legislative body was convened every other year (in odd numbered years) until except for special sessions.
Sincea Legislature begins in an odd-numbered year and lasts two years (two sessions). Aug. 21,Pres. Eisenhower signed the Proclamation welcoming Hawaii as the 50th State.
Language was an issue affecting many people during Hawaii’s transition from an independent nation to a U.S. territory. Delegate Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole proposed making both Hawaiian and English official languages of Hawaii’s legislature for 10 years.
He explained that since younger Hawaiians were educated in English, it could become the sole official language within a decade. Whereas by the seventy-third section of an act entitled "An act to provide a government for the Territory of Hawaii," approved Apit was, among other things provided as follows: "That, subject to the approval of the President, all sales, grants, leases, and other dispositions of the public domain and agreements concerning the same, and all franchises granted by the Hawaiian.
Act - A bill which has passed both houses of the Legislature; been enrolled, certified, approved by the governor or passed over the governor's veto; and published.: Adjournment Sine Die - Adjournment on the last day of a regular or special legislative session.: Administration Bill - A bill prepared by the executive branch that is submitted to the Legislature for consideration.
County act. Act 31 of the Session of of the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii, approved Ap by Honolulu (Hawaii) () 2 editions published in in English and held by 14 WorldCat member libraries worldwide Departmental and agency reports of the.
In the Hawaii Admission Act that granted Hawaiian statehood, the federal government recognized Hawaii as the official state name. Official government publications, department and office titles, and the Seal of Hawaii use the traditional spelling with no symbols for glottal stops or vowel length.
SECTION 1. The purpose of this Act is to update the laws regarding notaries public including the following: to conform to the Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts () (RULONA), the Hawaii Uniform Electronic Transactions Act, other state notary laws, and current notary practices.
SECTION 2. ChapterHawaii Revised Statutes, is amended by adding six new sections to be appropriately.SEC. All legislation heretofore enacted by the Legislature of the Territory of Alaska, of Hawaii, and of Puerto Rico dealing with the subject matter of this Act and not inconsistent herewith is hereby ratified and confirmed.
TITLE II-AMENDMENTS TO THE LOW-RENT-HOUSING ENABLING STATUTES FOR ALASKA AND HAWAII SEC. Constitutions All States Links to State Constitutions: Enabling Act (of the Congress of the United States): 18 March [73 Stat.
4: recognizing a State government already formed and setting certain conditions for the Admission of Hawaii into the Union, all of which were approved by the voters of the Territory on 27 June ] • 1st () [Adopted: 22 JulyRatified: 7 November