The Laws of England, Compiled and translated into the Māori language.
The Registrar is the officer who keeps the records of the Supreme Court. He calls over the names of the Jurors and administers the oath requiring them to give a true verdict according to the evidence brought before them. He also administers the oath to the witnesses, requiring them to speak truly. He writes down the proceedings in the rolls of the Court; the accusation; the names page viii of the witnesses; the verdict of the Jury, convicting or acquitting; and the judgment of the Court. These rolls are carefully preserved.