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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1917,
H. B. 1 Appropriating funds for
session expenses of House Cooke.
H. B. 2 KaisinR wages of public
works laborers to f 2 a day Wainholo.
H. B. 3 Relating to salaries of coun
ty officials of Hawaii county da Silva.
H. B. 4 Relating to salaries of mag
istrates and clerks da Silva.
H. B. 5 Relating to the manufac
ture and sale of wine from grapes
;rown in the Territory da Silva.
H. B. 6 Relating to evidence in
criminal cases da Silva.
H. B. 7 Providing for the inspec
tion of weights and measures da Sil
va. H. B. 8 Directing the land com
missioner to advertise for the sale of
public lands of Wainu 111 of Pilhonua.
Hilo da Silvn.
H. B. 9 Relating to coroners da
H. B. 10 Relating to salaries and
expcses, court officers da Silva.
H. B. 11 Relating to Hawaii super
visors Keliknlio. i
H. B. 12 Exempting police officers
of the several counties from personal
H. B. 13 rrovidimr for the ijicor
poration of the city of Honolulu and j
providing a charter Andrews
H. B. 14 Appropriating $1072 to
pay expenses of the charter conven-1
H. B. 15 Providing for the protc
tion of lobsters wilder. '
H. B. 16 Repealing sect'ons 2332
and 2333 Revised Laws relating to the
high sheriff Lota.
H. B. 17 To amend section 28 Re
vised Laws Lyman.
H. B. 18 To amend section 1517 Re
vised Laws Lyman.
H. B. 19 Relating to poisonous
H. B. 20 Prohibiting the scattering
of poisons Leal.
H. B. 21 Relating to places of
H. B. 22 Relating to the manufac
ture of sugar and soap Leal.
H. B. 23 Prohibiting the attorney
freneral or his deputies from appeal
ing for litigants in certain cases
Leal. H. B. 24 To encourage agriculture
(farm loan credit bill) Lyman.
H. B. 25 Relating to election of
Honolulu officials Andrews.
H. B. 26 Providing a closed season
for amaama Wilder.
H. B. 27 Relating to the protection
of certain fish.
H. B. 28 Fixing a minimum wage
for road laborers MUes.
H. B. 29 Exempting all homesteads
from taxation for five years Lota.
H. B. 30 Appropriating $8000 for
the maintenance of the Hilo library
H. B. 31 Appropriating $100,000
for a government hospital at Hilo
H. B. 32 Relating to certificates of
Hawaiian birth Kelekolio.
H. B. 33 To amend Section 2197
Revised Laws as amended by Act 206
of the session laws of 1915, relating to
expenses circuit courts Kelekolio.
H. B. 34 To amend Section 2198
Revised Laws as amended by Act 207
session laws of 1915, relating to sal
aries of district magistrates and cer
tain clerks Kelekolio.
H. B. 35 Fixing salaries of Hawaii
county supervisors at $900 per annum
H. B. 36 Relating to the appoint
ment of district magistrates Taveres
H. B. 37 Making an appropriation
for the benefit of Jose Maria Gomes
H. B. 38 Appropriating $15,000 for
roads through the Kalaheo home
steads, Kauai Jerves.
H. B. 39 To amend section 2295 Re
vised Laws, relating to district magis
H. B. 40 Authorizing the Governor
and the land commissioner to set aside
certain government lands at Waiakea
Hilo, for a Hawaiian village Lyman.
H. B. 41 To facilitate the opening
tnd providing for the disposition of
cerirtn public lands at Waiakea, Hilo
H. B. 42 Relating to the depart
ment of public instruction Leal.
H. B. 43 Relat'ng to the length and
extension of terms of the circuit
con' Is Andrews,
H. B. 44 To regulate hours of labor
In the Territory Kupihea,
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J. R. G ALT, Treasurer
H. B. 45 Fixing a minimum wage
for laborers on government property
H. B. 46 Exempting all citicens
having five or more children from
personal taxes Mossman.
H. B. 47 Appropriating $200,000 for
for roads in North and South Kona
and Kau, Hawaii Kawewehi.
H. B. 48 To repeal Section 632 of
the Revised Laws, as amended by Act
69 of the session laws of 1915 relating
to nehu and iao Brown.
H. B. 49 Relating to social clubs
serving liquor Silva.
H. B. 50 Requiring drivers of auto
mobiles for hire to file with the treasu
rer of Honolulu an indemnity bond of
J 500 Miles.
H. B: 51 Making it a felony and
providing a punishment for any par
ent, guardian or other person to aid or
abet in sexual intercourse witu gins
under eighteen Cooke.
H. B. 52 Requiring the girls sent
to an industrial school shall be con
veyed there by a suitable woman
H. B. 53 Appropriating $3000 for
the maintenance and establishment of
play grounds Cooke.
I H. B. 54 Appropriating $2000 for ft
road in the upper section or the umao,
Kauai, homesteads Kill a.
H. B. 55 To amend Section Z031 re
lating to the fees for fishing boats
H. B. 56 Setting aside land at Hilo
for a hispital Lyman.
H. B. 57 Appropriating $20,000 for
a bridge and automobile road through
the Waiau ill lots, Milo Lyman.
H. B. 58 Setting aside land at Hilo
for high school, agricultural and bo
tanical gardens Lyman.
H. B. 59 Providing for the attach
ment of animals, implements, mach
ines and vehicles causing injury to
persons or property and to apply them
to the payment of damages sustained
H. B. 60 Defining malicious and
fraudulent conversion of chattels and
providing for the conviction and pun
ishmeut of persons found guilty An
H. B. 61 Increasing the punishment
for kidnapping to maximum of $1000
fine and five years imprisonment An
drews. H. B. 62 Relating to time of issu
ance of executions Andrews.
H. B. 63 To amend section 2446
Revised Laws relating to judgments
H. B. 64 Amending section 2448 re
lating to the time with'n which execu
tions shall be returnable Andrews.
H. B. 65 Relating to the release by
the guardian of an insane married
person of his ward s courtesy in realty
H. B. 66 Providing that citizens
shall be given .preference as stevedor
es and longshoremen on government
wharves and other property Kupi
hea. Appropriating $1,433.50 for the land
department, subject to the provisions
of Act 175 of the session laws of 1915
H. B. 68 To authorize and provide
for the manufacture, maintenance, dis
tribution and supply of electric cur
rent for light and power in Hamakua
H. B. 69 To make the salary of the
deputy sheriff of Puna $1200 Kele
H. B. 70 To make the compensa
tion of the second district magistrate
of Honolulu and Hilo seven dollars a
day while serving Kelekolio.
H. B. 71 To amend section 66 of
the Revised Laws relating to elections
H. B. 72 To regulate the rate of in
terest due or to become due by per
sons acquiring or who acqu'red home
H. B. 73 To prohibit the stopping
of public works Saturdays Joseph.
H. B. 74 To amend section 37 of
the Revised Laws relating to the prim
ary law Silva.
H. B. 75 To prov:de for the service
of certain judicial writs and processes
by attorney at law Andrews.
H. B. 76 To ,provide for the public
H'ion of Bummons in attachment cases
where personal service can not be had
H. B. 77 Appropriating $13,000 for
a concrete bridge over Alelele gulch,
Makawao, Maui Paschoal.
lawaiian Trust Company, Limited
Stocks and Bonds
H. B. 78 Relating to fees for the
examination of fiduciary companies
H. B. 79 Raising the salary of the
district magistrate of North Hilo to
eighty-five dollars and of the district
magistrate of Hamakua to $110 Leal
H. B. 80 Relating to clerks of
courts of record Leal.
H. B. 81 Providing for the estab
lishment of townships within the city
and county of Honolulu Mossman.
H. B. 82 To repeal sections 1817 to
1878 relating to civil service of the
Honolulu police and fire departments
H. B. 83 To repeal chapter 112 of
the Revised Laws of 1915 as amended
by Act 164 of the session laws of 1915
H. B. 84 To repeal Act 221 of the
session laws of 1915 relating to the
compensation of employes for person
al injury sustained in the course of
H. B. 85 To repeal section 544 and
amend sections 541, 542 and 543 of the
Revised Laws, relating to rabbits
H. B. 80 To permit co-operative as
sociations to purchase their own stock
from shareholders, and making the in
corporation fee for nuch associations
having a capital stock nf less than
$5000 a stamp duty of five dollars in
addition to the recording fee Tavares.
H. B. 87 To regulate the rate of in
terest on homesteads, making It five
H. B. 88 Appropriating $1500 for
immediate purchase law books Hilo
circuit court Lyman.
H. B. 89 Relating to qualifications
of male and female voters for repre
H. B. 90 Relating to public Instruc
H. B. 91 Relating to licenses to
practise medizine or surgery Fern
andez. H. B. 92 Providing insurance law
for Hawaii Petrie.
H. B. 93 Relating to burning prop
erty with Intent to injure insurer
H. B. 94 Relating to frauds upon
life insurance companies Petrie.
H. B. 95 Regarding commitments
of industrial and reform schools Mar
quez. H. B. 96 Amending workmen's com
pensation law Marquez.
H. B. 97 Appropriating $400,000
for concrete road between boundaries
Hilo City and Hawaii National Park
(Kilauea Volcano) Lyman.
H. B. 98 Appropriating $4500 for
landing, Mokulau, Kaupo, Maui Jos
eph. H. B. 99 Pertaining to vacancies in
county offices Paschoal.
H. B. 100 Appropriating $15,000 for
embankment Iao Valley stream Maui
H. B. 101 Amending corporation
Individual income tax law Kupihea
H. B. 102 Relating to tax exemp
H. B. 103 Relating to corporation
annual exhibits Tavares.
H. B. 104 Relating to corporat'ons
H. B. 105 Relating to filing wills in
respective circuit courts Andrews.
H. B. 106 Relating to exemptions
H. B. 107 Appropriation for benefit
of George Waipa Mossman.
H. B. 108 Relating to nolle pro
H. R. 1 Adopting rules of 1915 as
rules of session of 1917 Jarrett.
H. R. 2 Naming officers of the
H. R. 3 Fixing salaries of officers
of House Tavares.
H. R. 4 To appoint James K. Ha
kuole Hawaiian interpreter Lota.
H. R. 5 Informing Senate that
House is organized and ready for busi
H. R. 6 Appointing committee to
wait on Governor and notify him legis
lature ready for communication from
H. R. 7 Requesting secretary to
supply members with copies session i
laws 1913 and 1915 and of Revised
H. R. 10 Asking the secretary of
the Territory for books Andrews.
H. R. 11 Notifying the attorney
general to transmit certain informa
tion to the house Andrews.
H. R. 12 To incorporate certain
items in the appropriation bill Lyman.
Honolulu, T. H.
(CAPITAL, AND SURPLUS OVER $450,000.)
Real Estate Insurance
Authorized by Law to act as Executors, Trustees, Administrators and Guardians.
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OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
C. II. COOKE, Vice-President CEO. R. CARTER, 2nd rice-President
II. II. WALKER, Assistant Treasurer S. G. WILDER, Secretary
F. C. ATHERTON, Director
H. R. 13 To incorporate certain
Items in the loan fund bill Lyman.
H. R. 14 Relating to the pay or
clerks of committees Tavares.
H. R. 15 Setting the hour of meet
ing of the house for the session at
ten o'clock Cooke.
H. R. 16 Providing for an Investi
gation of the construction of piers 8,
9 and 10 Kelekolio.
H. R. 17 Requesting Hawaii's re
presentative in congress to seek am
endment of Organic Act increasing
eighty-acre homestead limit to 150
H. R. 18 Requiring land depart
ment to answer why earlier action has
not been taken on applications lor
H. R. 19 Similar to above in regard
to belated patents Kelekolio.
H. R. 20 Requesting harnor com
missioners to remove refugee ships
from Honolulu harbor Kelekolio.
H. R. 21 Requesting board ot
education to investigate Lahninaiuna
Seminary, Maul Waiaholo.
H. C. R. 1 Holding of joint session
to hear Governor's address.
H. C. R. Relating to the death of
General Funston Kawaha.
S. B. 1 Appropriating lor tne ex
penses of the regular session of the
S. B. 2 Appropriating $40,000 for
entertainment of United States sena
tors and renresentati.ves, and other
distinguished visitors invited to Ha
waii prior to July 31, 1917 Shingle.
S. B. 3 Placing $2 minimum daily
wage on labor on public works Fa
S. B. 4 Requiring citizen labor on
all public work, amending sections 157,
160, 162, Chap. 18, R. L. 1915. Desna.
S. B. 5 Prohibiting sale of liquor
except by pharmacists on prescription
S. B. 6 Raising salary of Hawaii
county auditor from $2000 to $3000
S. B. 7 Providing for redemption
of real estate sold under execution
B. 8 For electric light and pow
er nlant in Kapaa, Kauai Coney.
S. B. 9 Appropriating &u,uuu lor
building and repairing embankment of
Walmea river, Kauai Coney.
S. B. 10 For abatement of prostitu
tion bv iniunction Cooke.
S. B. 11 Providing for clerk of
Maui county Baldwin.
S. B. 12 Repealing Chapter US, K
L. 1915, concerning widening of streets
S. B. 13 Regulating licensing of
S . B. 14 Giving to deputies sheriff
the privilege of granting marriage
S. B. 15 Compelling divorced per
sons to wait six months before they
can marry again. Pacheco.
S. B. 16 Relating to the appoint
ment of district magistrates Pache
co. S. B. 17 Appropriating $200,000 for
roads on the island of Hawaii Kama
uoha. S. B. 18 Concerning appointments
to fill vacancies in county offices and
on tooard of supervisors Desha.
S. B. 19 To disqualify county offi
cers or employes from being elected to
the legislature Desha.
S. B. 20 To disqualify members of
the legislature from holding office and
being employed by the several county
S. B. 21 Relating to meetings of
the commissioners of public instruc
S. B. 22 Concerning firearms and
S. B. 23 To repeal Act 87, Session
Laws, 1915, concerning destruction of
food fishes Mikaele.
S. B. 24 Two hundred thousand
dollars homestead-road revolving fund
S. B. 25 Relating to establishment
of private schools Desha.
S. B. 26 Amending laws relating to
S. B. 27 Providing for working out
taxes on the roads at $2 a day Ka
mauoha. S. B. 28 Appropriation of $6000 to
establish a mechanical, live stock,
agricultural and horticultural fair
S. B. 29 Making salaries of Hawaii
County supervisors $1200 a year Ka
mauoha. S. B. 30 $5000 for Kauai High
S. B. 31 Providing that county
auditors expert the books of all county
S. B. 32 Making district court pol
ice fees government realizations
S. B. 33 (substitute bill for S. B. 5)
To prohibit the mportatlon or in
toxicating liquors into the Territory
of Hawaii and to prohibit the manu
facture and sale of such liquors mere
in Makekau as chairman of commit
tee of the whole.
S. B. 34 $1,000,000 for permanent
public roads Shingle.
S. R. 1 Asking territorial secretary
for cop'es of revised laws and session
laws. 1915 Pacheco.
S. R. 2 Setting daily convening
hour for senate at 12:30 p. m., except
Saturdays and Fridays, February a.
when hour will be 10 a. m. Baldwin,
Concurrent Resolution Introduced
S. C. R. 1 Commending position
taken bv President Wilson in re-severance
of diplomatic relations between
United States and Germany Pacheco.
From ciinrds and matrons of Asy
lum for Insane, requesting increase of
wages. Referred Ways and Means.
to be held at
Saturday, March 3rd, 1917.
Dinner served from 6:30 P. M.
$1.00 per Plate.
Dancing during dinner, continuing
and orchestra in attendance.
We will appreciate advance reserva
tions for tables.
The Public cordially Invited.
FRED. K. MacDONALD,
FOR CAKE MAKING
Newest.Coolest Hotel In Hawaii
fort Street Honolulu
Mm 13)11 P TlH
Notice Is hereby given that the
Board ot Equalization will meet at
the Tax Omce, Honolulu, beginning
March 12th, and daily thereafter be-
tween the nours oi s. -
4:00 P. M., to and inclusive of the 17tn
day of March.
C. J. MCCARTHY,
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii.
Honolulu, February 24, 1917.
March 2, 9.)
IN THE CIRCUIT uuum ut
m r T7 rr T T
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
n the Matter of the Estate of Che Po,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All persons having claims against
the above Estate are nereoy iwuuku
to present their claims, duly authentic-
ted, even if the claim is secured Dy
mortgage, to the unaersisueu hi
wao, County of Maul, Territory of Ha
waii, within six months from aate oi
first publication hereof, or they will
be forever barred.
Dated, February 15th, 1917. (
Administrator Estate of Chee Po,
(Feb. 16, 23, Mar. 2, 9, 16.)
vnm onri after date the Examiner
of Chauffeurs will be at his office in
the County Building for examining
applicants for Chauffeurs Certificates
and issuing application blanks for
drivers and automobiles in uie rein,
service, on Mondays only, between the
hours of 10 A. M. to 4 P. M.
P. J. GOODNESS,
Examiner of Chauffeurs for the Coun
(8t. Jan. 26.)
Sealed tenders will be received at
the office of the County Clerk, Wat
luku, County of Maui, up to 2:00 P.
M. Friday, March 9th, 1917, for the
construction of a three bedroom
teacher's cottage on the government
public school lot at Hamakuapoko,
Maui, T. H., according to plans and
specifications now on file In the of
fice of the County Engineer.
All bids must be accompanied by a
certified check to the amount of five
percent of the tender.
Plans and specifications may be ob
tained from the County Engineer upon
a deposit of $5.00.
The Board of Supervisors reserves
the right to reject any or all bids.
WM. FRED KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maul,
Territory of Hawaii.
(Feb. 23, Men. 2)
Films, cameras, supplies of all
kinds. Your mail order will re
ceive prompt, individual atten
tion and utmost care.
Honolulu Photo Supply
Fort Street HONOLULU
R. B. ANDERSON, Director
C. II. ATHERTON, Director