2009 Hawaii Code
Volume 05
§281-110 - Arrest; abetters.

     §281-110  Arrest; abetters.  The owner, keeper, and any person having the custody of any liquor or property seized as provided in sections 281-108 and 281-109 shall be forthwith arrested without necessity of warrant and brought before the judge having jurisdiction in the premises.  If the owner or keeper of the liquor seized is unknown to the investigator or police officer making the seizure, or if no person is found in the apparent possession or custody of the same, the investigator or police officer may arrest and bring before the court the owner or occupant of the building, place, or premises, or the driver, operator, or other person in charge of the conveyance in which the liquor is found, if such person is known or can be ascertained.  Any person who has knowingly engaged in, aided, assisted, or abetted the manufacture, obtaining, keeping, or sale of such liquor contrary to law, or has been privy thereto, or has knowingly permitted the use of any place, building, premises, or conveyance for such unlawful purpose, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and be punished as provided in section 281-102. [L Sp 1933, c 40, §69; RL 1935, §2637; RL 1945, §7289; RL 1955, §159-107; HRS §281-110; am L 1970, c 188, §39; am L 1990, c 171, §37]


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