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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER SUPPLEMENT , JUNE 15, 1878
REPORT OF A COM MISSION
APrOINTED l'.Y THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY,
To Examine and lie port upon the Condition of the
Hook tind Accounts of the Departments of the
Interior and of the Attorney General.
TO TIIK IIOXOKABLE (iODKKKV KIIODES.
l'residcnt of the Js.gishttivc -lssoubbj :
- On the morning of the 27th of May the Chairman of the
l'onimii,m received a copy of the resolution passed by the Leg
islative Assembly, and a conference was at once held with Mr. J.
II I'atv. Commissioner appointed by the Ministry, the result of
which was that Mr. K. 1. Adams was chosen as the third Commis
noner. In accordance with a further resolution of the Assembly
the Commission appeared before His Honor the Chief Justice of the
Supreme Court, and when duly sworn, as will appear by reference
to exhibit A, herewith, immediately entered upon the discharge
of their duty.
OK TIIK ATTORNEY GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.
After careful examination of the accounts of this department the
Commission report: That they find that balances were drawn
trom the Treasury by the Attorney General for the following ac
counts, and placed to the credit of a special account with the At
torney (ieneralat Messrs. Bishop & Co.'h bank, as was shown by
the bank-book, viz.:
Sheriff of Hawaii '.
Ck-rk of .Sherill' of Hawaii
Sheriff cf Kauai
Apprehensiuo of Criminals
Incidentals of Attorney General
Expenses of Coroners' Inquests
Clerk of the Attorney General
Ci .V)0 00
The items for the
Sheriff of Hawaii
Clerk of Sheriff of Hawaii
Sherill of Kauai
Clerk of the Attorney General
S 500 00
were for salaries due on the oOth of March, and it not drawn out
would have been reported back to the Legislative Assembly, by
the Minister of Finance, as unexpended balances of appropriations,
w hile the officers named would have been compelled to wait until
the amounts were re-appropriated. This sum ot SI, 137. 51 has since
been paid upon the drafts of the officers.
The balances drawn for account of Apprehension of Crim
inals An J Incidentals of the Attorney General
$ 947 H2
S 951 4(i
have been partially expended, but &-142.G2 for the Apprehension of
Criminals remains "in the hands of the Attorney General.
Although the drafts for these two balances may not be in accord
ance with the provisions of the second section of the Appropria
tion Act, yet the Commission lind after examination that such
Iralts have the sanction ot usage. Regarding the balance drawn
lor account of Coroners' Inquests, 123, the sum of $409 remained
unexpended. The Commission do not feel called upon to consider
the question as to drafts for unexpended balances.
The sum ot 8S.j1.Gl! is now held to the credit of the Attorney
( ieneral at the bank of Eishop fc Co.
The Attorney General stated that it was his intention to pass the
-inn of 2.."11.!)7 into the Treasury, when the appropriation bill
passed, as a realization.
Of the appropriation for clerk of the Attorney General the sum
of l,b7." has been expended during Mr. llartwell's term, as fol
Paul W. O. Smith as Clerk
J,. Thurston as Clerk
Mr. V. II. Castle as Counsel attending Circuit Court
W. O. Smith, acting as Deputy Attorney General, on
Of the Appropriation for Incidentals of the Attorney General,
the present incumbent of the office has drawn 817.30.
Ot this sum vouchers were shown for
Spent hy the Attorney General in Attending Circuits
Spent lor petty incidentals
$ 42(3 88
$ 817 30
The receipt by the Attorney General of $26,762.20 for account
f Tines. Penalties and Costs has bceu verified by examination of
the books of the Marshal and the Treasury. Fines, Penalties and
Costs are received by the Marshal from the Sheriffs aud the Police
Court of Honolulu. From the sums received by the Marshal
are paid the amounts due informers, all amounts for smuggling
penalties, and the incidentals of tho Marshal's office. The several
appropriation accounts in the Attorney General's book have been
examined and proved by vouchers.
The system of accounts in this department is simple; but does
not insure accuracy. Suggestions were made by the Commission
for the improvement of the system, which will doubtless be fol
lowed. Interlineations were found iu two iustances, made for the
purpose of explaining the entries.
The Commission, after examination, believe that the receipts and
disbursements for this department have been honestly accounted
OF THE INTERIOR DEPARTMENT.
In this department the Commission found a set of books, com
prising a Cash, Waste, Journal, and Ledger. An examination of the
Cash-book showed that balances had not been carried forward since
June, 17.". Entries of" receipts of cash liave been made from day
to day ; but entries of disbursements have only been made at ir
regular intervals, as follows : From April 1st, 1874, no entries for
disbursements were made uutil
March :lst, ls76, when abridged entries were made footiii" $03 756 S
From April lt, 17t, no entries until March 31st, 1877, when '
the entiies amounted to 3
From March 31st, 1S77, no entries until June 30th, 1877, '
when thoy amounted to 7 719 45
From June Both, ls77, no entries until December 31st, 1S77 '
when they footed ' q -
From December 31st, ls77, no entries until March 30th, 1878, '
when they footed 57,523 &t
During these intervals the payments were kept on cash tas an 1
Time having been given the Chief Clerk to make the cash account,
The balance in hard at the close of the fiscal period for
1S7S, was found to have been 577 - ,
Receipts during April, and to May 25th 4',00S 7 .
$ 9,9S '
May 25th, 1S7S, the Chief Clerk had in coin $ 0,405 75
Sundry vouchers 1,291 75
Vouchers of Legislative Assembly 1,215 09
OLD VOUCHERS, NAMELY:
Rent of Government offices, April, May and June,
1874 $300 00
Paid to perfect title to Agricultural Garden, May 3d,
1875 400 00
Rent of Kohololoa Pound, 1875 and 1S70 400 00
Balance as ier Cash-book, May
-$ 1,100 00
. 9,980 34
The Commission were given to understand that an appropriation
would be asked for to settle the old vouchers.
It was found that a balance of from 4, 184.60 to So,977.59 had
been held in the department and carried forward every fiscal
period since 18G6. These sums were held for sundry unsettled
accounts. The Commission advise that the balance of 5,977.59
in hand, at the close of the last period be covered into the Treas
ury as a realization.
Of the Journal and Ledger, the Commission say, that the entries
to close the ledger accounts for the period ending March, 1870,
were made in pencil mark and not ruled off. For 1872, the entries
to close the appropriation accounts were journalized but not
The same entries for 1874 were neither journalized nor posted,
and the same may be said for the periods ending 1876 and 1878.
The Commission were advised that it was not the custom to
record or file trial balances, and no evidence of the existence of
such a balance could be found since March 31, 1870.
The system of keeping the books of this department is one that
has prevailed for over twenty years ; but it is nevertheless open to
grave objections. It is only fair to other incumbents of the office
to say, that their work was always brought up to the end of
periods and regularly closed. The "Commission did not deem it
necessary to suggest changes in the system, for the reason that a
former Commission had fully covered this ground.
An amount of $2,500 was drawn from the Treasury at the close
of the last period to disburse for the completion of the new steam
shed and wharf, of which sum $1,050.30 has already been ex
pended, leaving a balance in the department of Sl,449.70.
From this statement of the condition of the books of this de
partment it will be apparent to a person versed in accounts that it
would be impossible for the Commission to make a more extended
or complete examination and report at this time. A competent
accountant will find steady employment for weeks, possibly months,
to bring the books into the condition required for a final report.
Touching the affairs of the Land office the Commission decided,
after an examination of the various books and memoranda, to
forbear making an examination to verify the reported number, 304,
of Koyal Patents issued and paid for; but concluded to examine
the clerks of the department, upon this point and other matters
connected with this Bureau, uuder oath. Request having been
made, Associate Justice McCully attended the Commission and ad
ministered an oath to Messrs. Charles T. Gulick, P. Jones and S.
Weynton. The result of the examination was as follows :
C. T. Gulick said : I received S2,098 from the Laud Office dur
ing the last fiscal period, for lioyal Patents, copies, and searches. I
received this sum from P. Jones, Second Clerk of the Department.
I did not receipt for this sum. I cannot verify the statement that
304 patents were issued and paid for, for the reason that they were
issued by others. I have no reason to doubt the correctness of the
returns made to me. I made the draft of letter marked G.
P. Jones said : I am Second Clerk of the Interior Department ;
ince about the 1st of February, 1877. Have been in charge of the
Land Office since that time, and have paid over the receipts of that
office to the Chief Clerk ; took no receipt for the amount. The sum
received for the fiscal period was S2,098. Have made a recent ex
amination of the records of the Land Office ; can verify the state
ment that 304 patents were issued during the period. Witness
j rod need a book in which were entered receipts for copies and
searches up to and including the month of June, 1S77. This book
does not contain a record of receipts for lioyal Patents. I know of
no record for receipts for Royal Patents except the Royal Patent
books, and the books in charge of the Chief Clerk. I have a
memorandum book in which are entered the receipts of the Land
Office for Royal Patents, copies, and searches ; this-book was kept
by S. Weynton ; I consider it the property of this office. Memo
randa marked F see appendix was made up by me with the Chief
Clerk. Item 1 is correct to the best of my knowledge; cannot say
how much of this amount was received by J. E. Bush or myself.
Item 2 was received by me directly, or through Mr. "Weynton.
Item 3 is tho number of Royal Patents issued. Item 4 is the num
ber of Royal Patents paid for. I do verify this statement after an
examination of the records with the Chief Clerk. Item 5 is the
amount received for copies and searches in the Land Office. This
statement shows the receipts to have been S2,094; the difference be
tween this sum aud 2,09S is for extra fees for advertising. I
assisted the Chief Clerk in obtaining the memoranda from which
the letter marked G was made up; the difference between the num
ber 331 in the letter and the report ot number paid lor, 304, is ex-
bo k .V.
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he f-'ct that the patents were not delivered on the 31st
1 did not receipt for money
been called for.
lie. : ; u i 1
I am copyist of records of the Land Commis
ft'ork connected with the Land Office ; such as
; Patents and copies of Patents and awards,
the fees for Royal Patents and for some
e July 2d, 1877. I have paid the fees
. , Second Clerk, who has verified them from
nave not taken receipts from Mr. Jones
lid over. I have considered those memorandum
ipts as my private property until recently, when
;om me, being the only record. One of the books
nemoranda of Mr. Weynton's. I have paid to
, P. Jones, $1,630 10; I have no proof of payments
les; the books have been taken from time to time
rifled, and returned to me ; the books were kept by
satisfaction. Mr. Jones requested me to keep the
oks ; he first suggested the idea to me. Mr. Jones
; ne of any errors or discrepancies between the books
nts to him. I find two leaves of one of my books
; the memoranda on the leaf was, as near as I can
! cash and vouchers paid P. Jones this day." I did
se leaves together. On separating the leaves the
und the entry as stated, the sum being $336 60. Of
Mr. Jones, 1,630 10, grants amount to 75 ; commu
32; total for these two items, 507. The difference
last sum and $1,630 1 ) is what I received for lioyal
copies. I have no reason to think that there was any
between the amounts paid to Mr. Jones and my books.
March 23 now stands 3, having been altered ; it should
received $10 for the copy of award number 8,241, and
t. The footing of the pa ire proved that me original
?10. Three items of $5, $12 and 43 50, making in all
' . re paid to Mr. Jones and did not pass through my books.
t amounts to Mr. Jones in order as follows : August 9,
' . uirust 31, 228 ; September 30, S98 ; October 31, 152 ;
825; January 12, 16 50; January 19, S40; April 5,
o Total, $1,630 10.
es, recalled, said : The books shown me are the books of
d Office kept by Mr. Weynton. I cannot say that the
: of $26 50 of August 9, 1877, entered as paid to me, was
;ived by me ; the item of $10 50 paid Mr. Wenner was for
elieve that the items entered, " Lent Department per P.
f $20 and $43, were borrowed to pay Messengers and
The erasure substituting $3 for $10 was not made by me.
vc the sum entered $336 60 was handed to me in April last.
On some occasions Mr. Weynton handed me his memorandum book
with sums of money ; but I cannot say that he always did so. I
have sometimes held the sums passed me by Mr. Weynton until
such time as I was making a return to the Chief Clerk. I do not
recollect of ever verifying or comparing the sums handed me by Mr.
Weynton with the books. I cannot say that all the amounts entered
in the memorandum books passed through my hand-. Never made
a record of the amounts passed to me by Mr. Weynton. I held the
amounts in a box in the vault until paid over to the Chief Clerk.
There was other cash in the box. Kept no record of these moneys,
but would put an amount in an envelope and cloe it, backing it
with the account to which it belonged. The amounts of $5, $12
and $43 50 mav have been paid to me, but I have no recollection of
the items. The amounts of $12 from Mr. Wilcox and $5 from Mr.
Fornander were paid to me. I was aware that there would be a
discrepancy as to Mr. Weyntou's statements, and have made a
memorandum of them, which I have at my house. Became aware
of the discrepancy by an examination of the books about a week
since. It was not a thorough examination. Did not say anything
about the discrepancy to Mr. Weyton. I pasted the leaves together
in the book myself, to prevent the leaf from falling out, leaving one
corner up to show the amount at the bottom of the page. When
the book came into the hands of the Commission, the leaves were so
pasted as to cover the record made on them. These books are the
only record of receipts of the Land Office from July, 1877, to
(The memoranda to which Mr. Jones alludes in his evidence, as
being at his house, were passed in to the Commission but did not
aid in a solution of the matter). S. Weynton, re-called, said : I
never suspected anything wrong in regard to my payments to Mr.
Jones and Mr. Jones' payments to Mr. Gulick; that is, up to the
time of this examination. When I saw the return of S'J,09S for
the Land Office, I thought it a small amount, and that some mis
take had been made. My thought was of an error; but it was not
confirmed by anything; never suspected dishonesty.
To make this matter of the Land Office more clear, the Commis
sion formulate the several statements thus:
Land Office receipts by Mr. Wevnton from July 2d, 1877, to
and including March 30th, 187S $ l,i30 10
Of which, grants represent 75 00
Commutations 432 00
Royal Patents and Copies 1,123 10
$ 1,630 10
Mr. Weynton states that he paid to Mr. P. Jones on certain
dates between and including August 9th, 1877, and April f)th, 1878,
the sum of 1,G30.10. Mr. Jones states that he received but 878
for Royal Patents and copies, instead of 1,123.10, claimed to have
been paid him by Mr. Weynton. Mr. Jones paid to the Chief
Clerk, Mr. Gulick, the sum of $878 for Royal Patents and copies,
which amount was duly entered by the Chief Clerk. The differ
ence shown, is as follows :
Paid to Mr. Jones by Mr. Weynton $ 1,123 10
by Mr. Jones to Mr. Gulick 878 00
$ 245 10
Three items received by Mr. Jones, as stated by Mr. Weyn
ton $5, $12, and $43.50 00 50
Two items received by Mr. Jones on his own statement
12 and $5 17 Co
Total deficiency $ 322 M
So far as the examination of the accounts of the Interior Depart
ment has gone, the Commission have discovered nothing that
would justify an accusation of anything more than negligence and
carelessness, excepting in the matter of the Land Office, for which
matter the Chief Clerk is responsible only so far as it was his duty
to know that proper accounts and checks were kept.
J. O. CARTER,
J. II. PATY,
E. P. ADAMS.
HoxoLui.c, June 8, 1878.
We, the Undersigned, having been appointed a Com
mission in accordance with the Resolution of the Honorable Legis
lative Assembly, of which a certified copy is hereto annexed, do
solemnly swear, each for himself, that we will perform the duties
required of us by the aforesaid Resolution, faithfully and impartially
to the best of our ability.
JOHN H. PATY,
J. O. CARTER,
E. I. ADAMS.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 27th day of Maj, A. D.
CIIAS. C. HARRIS,
Chief Juxtice of the Supreme Court.
Resolved, That this Assembly hereby authorize J. O. Carter and
Godfrey Brown, to examine ami inspect aud take possession of all
books belonging to the Interior Department and the Department of
the Attorney General, possession of the books of said departments to
be taken to-day.
(Signed) S. K. KAAI.
Aliiolani Halk, May 25th, 1878.
The above resolution was amended, that the house choose one mem
ber of the investigating Committee, the Ministry choose another,
and that the two so selected choose a third, the resolution as amended
(Signed) GODFREY BROWN,
Secretary Legislative Asnemblif.
1 Receipts of Land Office from April, 1876, to June, 1877,
inclusive Patents, Copies and Searches
2 Receipts of Land Office from July, 1877, to March, 1878,
? 1,220 00
3 Number of Patents issued
4 Number of Patents paid for....
5 Copies and Searches
Interior Office, May 29th, 1878.
Department ok Interior, )
Honolulu, May 25th, 1878.
His Excellency J. Mott Smith, 1I.1I.M. Minister of the Interior:
Sir : I beg respectfully to call your attention to the letter signed
by G. Brown, Esqr., in the General Report of the Committee on Fi
nance which you placed in my hands yesterday, in which the follow
ing statement is made, viz.: "During the period there were 410
Royal Patents issued at $5.00 each 2,095.00."
This differing so greatly from the returns made to me by the Second
Clerk of the Department, I immediately had the original Patent record
carefully examined under my own supervision, and with the follow
ing result :
Royal Patents drawn and recorded during the biennial period for
Ku lean as 254
Royal Patents, Land Sales 32
Royal Patents, Commutations W
Of the above patents still remaining on hand.
Total for the periods 331
I herewith submit memoranda explanatory of the foregoing. The
time has been limited in which to investigate the subject or I should
have made the accompanying documents more full. I have the
honor to be, Your obedient servant,
Chas. T. Gulick, Chief Clerk.
JUST RECEIVED !
,!ircct from Paris
WS SIPERLOR Mil GAITERS,
Doable aud Single Soles. Also,
A SMALL LOT OF
Benkert's Fine Dress Boots,
FOR TEN DOLLARS A PAIR,
A. H. HOi
RICHARD STR t-'.i: i
mnd Uueen Su.. Ho ; jit.
Kooma to let. Give me c :.
for hire and Light Cart f :!:.-
THOSE r ;
118 and 150 N
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ieu j 3m
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J I; roou.
DUCK. TV1 N
of Ship Chanc '
ALL ACCUi,.. r-
months stand insr. if nt
May, will be passed over to
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I day of
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1 public notice, that the ( c :r - f nr .' . i.
Major Manuka, described in I'-. ) P l-.-.i N
property of Kelupaina (w); .' M i ." rr .
Mr C Brown haa no power 1 1 i :th-:j;
auctioneer, to sell sa-d land -n t! c .. - i f
out my consent Any one 'i: J
will render themselves lil to i -u:t ai
right of Kelupaina (w) to tt - a in
ted by the Supreme Court.
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Agent for the Hawaiian Islands,
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