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Reports of Decisions Rendered by the Supreme Court of the Hawaiian Islands (Volume 8)
by:Hawaii. Supreme Court
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1893. Excerpt: ... registry to another upon his changing his residence. If he neglects to attend to this, it cannot be said that the law has disfranchised him, or if...
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1893. Excerpt: ... registry to another upon his changing his residence. If he neglects to attend to this, it cannot be said that the law has disfranchised him, or if he changes his residence so shortly before the date of an election that the transfer, which must be done at an advertised public meeting of the Inspectors, cannot he made, he disfranchises himself by his own act, as he would if he chose to make a journey abroad previous to an election. We consider that in refusing the vote of Mr. Gedge, the defendants followed the law, and we acquit them of the charge. A separate case is brought against the same defendants in respect to refusing the vote of Charles Lucas at the same election. This case depends on the construction of facts whether Mr. Lucas had a residence in the precinct at the date of the election. We subjoin the report of his testimony given in the Police Court and agreed to be taken here:--Mr. Lucas testified that he had been registered in this precinct and had voted there at the preceding election, and had not registered in any other precinct. "In January, 1890,I resided on School street, opposite Rice's barn; house belongs to me; I built it. In latter part of January, 1890, Dr. Brodie wanted to rent my house of my wife; she said yes; she and I settled on rent and closed the bargain. Brodie was to have the furniture. After he moved in, my wife and I stopped with him a week. When we rented to Brodie, we were stopping at Niu for a vacation. After Brodie took the house we went back to Niu. The house at Niu belongs part to my wife and part to her grandmother. Brodie took the house on School street on February 1, for a year. I did not intend to give it up as a home--it is my home and permanent residence. The place at Niu is only a temporary residence; it is not ...
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