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WRHN1WHAV, MAKC1I 72.
J veto lroin tin." liovcnini was
one of the first matters coining Ik .l'B'" ' ' ")'nr" "r
fore the Senate. withholding lite I ,sl,u,,ls' l10 mnttcr wllctc "' lived,
approval fiom House hill 7S, tr.hig j McCnn,llcss ",oml l0 ,dl'r l,,e
an act to regulate the comluct anil ! w,l0,e b,U '" ll,c sl)CCml committee
trial of criminal cases. A fcw f lueh Dowsctt is chah.nan, and
minutes inter the House informed' th,: moli,,n )assul-
the Senate that it had sustained the tiutksiiav, makcii 23.
veto. As it was n House bill, the !
Senate lormally suslaincd the veto I
by unanimous vote. I
The following bills passed third '
Scnntc Hill, g t, relating to paroles ctnl hntl failed to enforce the scgrc
of prisoners. Unanimous ayes; gntion laws at Molokni during the
McCnndlcss and Woods absent. ' legislative visit to the Settlement.
House Hill 73, relating to writs i The resolution went to a special
of execution. Unanimous ayes: committee consisting of Achi, Wil
McCnndlcss and Woods absent. cox, Dickey and Woods.
House Hill 80, to protect the 1
United Stales flag ftom desecration 1
for advertising purposes. Dowsct j
secured a grammatical correction
in the passage. Unanimous ayes
of full Senate.
House Hill 8t, to limit the time1
within which certain criminal of-
fenses may be prosecuted. Passed
13 to 2, Hrown and Paris voting no.
House Hill 82, relating to bonds I
in judicial proceeding. Brown
nlonc voted no.
House Hill 83, relating to final ,
judgments, etc. Unanimous vote.
House Hill 84, relating to judge
ments, executions nud new trials.
Passed t3 to 2, Hrown and Paris
House Hill ro7, to raise the pay
of jurors from $2 to 2.50 a day
with ro cents a mile for travel,
came up for third raiding. Tabled.
Senator McCnndlcss: specified his
charges against the Hoard of Health
for licensing prostitutes at Iwilci,
who are compelled undergo weekly
medical examination by a physi
cian, who is a member of the body.
There was considerable debate pro
and con, Dowsett and Paris endors
ing the position of McCandless, and
upon motion, a resolution providing
for a committee on investigation,
was passed. The president ap
pointed McCandless, Lane, He
witt, Hayselden and Gandall.
After recess, the Senate resumed
consideration of the county bill.
The Judicary committee reported
on the legal question referred to
them, stating that after consulting
counsel, they were of the opinion
that the legislature had authority
to fix salaries, which was not in
any sense an appropriation of mo
neys. With reference to the duties
of lax assessors, the committes re
commend that this matter should
be considered in connection with
another net such as the proposed ,
tax bill. On the matter of the,
election returns, etc. the committee 1
found no illegality in the arrange-
ment provided in the bill. 1
Upon motion the salary of depu
ty sheriff at South Ililo passed as
provided in the bill $720. Senator
Paris said that the present deputy
received $1,800 and did not believe
a suitable man could be had for
On motion of Achi, the queluJnl!. mQ f(r ,fir(,
tiou ol salaries ot tlie utlierent is
lands was referred to the respective
Achi reported verbally for Oahu,
giving its sheriff $2,100, county
clerk $900, attorney $2,4000, audi
tor $2,400, treasurer $r,8oo, deputy
Kwa $1,200, of Waianae $600, of
Koolauloa $720, etc.
'Wilcox reported for Kauai, Dick
ey for Maui and Paris for Hawaii,
giving the full limit of salaries pro
vided in the bill.
Trouble occurred when the re
port for the big island was heard,
j Dickey protesting against the vari
ance in salaries for the different isl-
ands. Dowsett thought the Hawaii 1 Circuit Judge instead of before two' luktt and Lahaina would be re
! delegation was extravagant when I district magistrates. The bill passed quired to pay taxes. As for clergy-
they recommended Sr,8oo for county
I clerk. Holh Hrown and Woods re
sponded promptly, objecting to the
I attempts of senators of other islands
to Interfere, while the senators from
Hawaii had reported with special
knowledge, nnd it wns fair to pre-
llmt they k.ieW what their
constituents wanted. After consid-
crnlitc colloquy, 011 allow of hnttds
the reports were ndnplud.
The snliiry of supervisors wns In-
icicsiKcd Hour $300 to $600. A ills-
)tile arose over 'the county liouiidiir-
iet, cipecinlly with refetence to
O.-ihit. Dickey thoucht supervisors
i 1 , .
I lie benntc held n snort session.
Aehi introduced a resolution asking
the Governor to remove President
Pinkhnm of the Hoard of Health
from his position because Hint ofli-
'1 he Ways and Means Committee
reported favorably on Alice I
Heard's request for 2,400 for the
Kona orphinagc, and unfavorably
on House Hill 98, allowing district
attorneys to ptneticc befoic circuit
courts on appeal 1. The latter bill
Prom the conference committee
on House Hill 7,10 hold terms of
circ,1t co"rt nt Kn. Ucwhi ic
ported in favor of nilheriiig to the
I Senate nineudmcnts. The report
nmuY, march 24.
A communication from the Presi
dent of the Hoard of Health asked
for an investigation of his depart
ment. It was given to the Achi
special committee that now has
Pinkhnm under investigation.
Senate Hill 8r, the Tax bill, passed
third leading. Achi, Hrown, Lane
and McCandless voted against It.
Senate Hill 89, to license emi
grant agents at the rale of $500 per
year, passed third reading.
House Hill 136, to tax social
clubs, on second reading, was sent
back to the Ways and Means Com
mittee to be taken up with Ihe
license bill. The tax fixed in the
bill for bona fide clubs is $200 per
SATURDAY, MAKCH 25.
The Senate had a very brief ses
sion. -House Hill 136, levying a
tax of $200 on social clubs came up
for second reading. Paris submit
ted a miniority report, in favor of a
$250 tax, on the ground that this
figure would correspond with light
j sed for any less amount, would in
jure holders of these latter licenses.
Paris was voted down and the bill
passed second reading.
Hrown introduced a resolution
appropriating $500 for a road ex
tension at Hilo.
MONDAY, MARCH 27.
The Senate adjourned at noon.
5 1. coo was nnnroorinted fur tin? !
ncf of the epidemic on Molokai.
House Hill 136 to tax social clubs
passed third reading, Dickey vot-
in aKnl,lsl ll-
WKDNHSDAY, MARCH 2 2.
The Hoard or Health and Presi
dent l'inkham in particular were
grilled in the House today over the
refusal of the latter to permit a com
mittee of the house to visit the Ka
lilii detention leper camp.
A .llrnrli.1.. 1.111 rntnfi.w. In nKnnl..
before luncheon. The bill failed to
pass, the vote being 15 ayes 14
Audrade's bill Jo protect vested
fishing rights came up for third
reading. It passed by 26 ayes and
hititth s bill to provide procedure
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w,y 11.11.111v; 111 wwiiiuiwti iiv.il w.tlliw
up for consideration. A number
of amendments were introduced
and the reading of thehc invoking
a lot of time the bill was tabled on
Smith's bill relating to fines and
costs in criminal causes was up for
Its principal provi
sions are to make it possible for
persons who are fined to work out
their fines nt Si a day instead of 50
cents a day and to allow the "poor
man's" oath to be made before a
uy 23 ayes 10 o noes.
Lewis's' bill to cause riders of
bicycles, It icycles and similar vehi-
clcs to carry lights at night, under
a fciio penalty, passed third rending
I without opposition.
1 1111111:1.1 nut in inuviiii: ui u.u
I appointment of a territorial assist -
it..-. :..i.. 1. 111 , .-....:.!.. r .1.,.
ant treasurer, to Have the right to. Aylett's bill giving the right to
perform the tieastuer's duties in, redeem property sold under fore
case of illness, absence or other dis- closure, passed hy n vote of 23 to 3,
nullity, passed third rending nft.T a
few tiiiltug objections.
Pitkin's bill, providing Hint there
shall be no costs of courts lor di
orccs grunted on account of leprosy,
pnssetl third rending.
THURSDAY MAKCH 23.
Neatly the entire tiny was spent
in speeches censuring President
Piukltnut nud the Hoaitl of Health.
The repoit of the special committee
that visited the leper settlement was
hcnid-.'iud ordered printed, togelhtr
with the leconuueudntioii!:.
The committee on public lands
null internal improvements reported
on the following matters:
Por a roail from Volcano road to
rj-mile ro.ul, $3000, (Lewis). Re
commended,. Por loads at Winolc and Wailnu,
, rinu, $3000: court house at Wide
hinu, W. Kali, 1500, (Greenwell).
l'KIDAY, MARCH 24.
President L. K. Pinkhnm of the
Hoard of Health addressed n letter
to the Health Committee, which
was laid bcfoie the House, wherein
Pinkhnm raised the question of the
legality of the legislature to exam
ine into the condition of lepers de
tained at Knlihi station or on Molo
kni. He mniutniiied that this power
was vested solely in the Hoard of
Health, which body could not dele
gnte its authority to a committee of
the lcgislnlure. On behalf of the
Hoard, the writer says the courtesy
of confer ting with the Hoard would
be extended to a legislative com
mittee and an examining committee
composed of physicians familiar
with microscopic work. The letter
caused considerable debate, after
which it was tinned over to the
Hill 170, known ns the adminis
tration liquor bill, was reached for
second reading, and on motion of
Smith was referred to a special
committee, consisting of Smith,
Pulaa, Haia, Harris, Waterhouse,
Mahikoa and Long.
The bill to prevent the High
Sheriff nnd his subordinates from
practicing law in causes was amend
ed to read that they be prohibited
from practicing in civil causes. The
bill passed its third reading by 28
ayes, 1 no.
In the matter of the Board of
Health's correspondence with Dr.
Milton Rice about the four leprous
patients at Ililo, Holstein reported
that he had received copies of all
correspondence except a most im
portant letter from Dr. Grace and
on his motion the clerk was in
structed to write for a copy of this.
The Senate Hill to change the
Revised Laws correcting the mar
riage license fee from 25 cents to $1,
had only one opponent, Kanlho.
The smnller fee. was inserted in the
Revised Laws by an oversight, an
old law being quoted. The fee has
has been $r.
Senator McCandless' bill to am-
I "lSS M.
may designate their choice tor ben-
ate, in the right-hand side of the
ballot, passed third reading.
Fernandez introduced a resolution
for an appropriation of $r 5,000 for
a road from a point on the Pali of
Knlauahine to the Waipir village.
SATt'RDAY, MARCH 25.
A concurrent resolution athoriz
ing immediate medical relief for
Pelekuna, Molokai, where an epi
demic of typhoid fever is raging,
funds being appropriated to pay
the expenses of a tug and physician
to go immediately to the spot.
The committee.011 Public Lands
and Internal Improvements reported
011 the tollowmg items:
Por completing road from the
Pali of Puna to Halepuaa $2000.
For the Waica-Papa Homestead
toad 1 6 miles long $25,000; for re
locating and regrading llookeno
road, $200. (Holstein). Recom
mended. The following resolutions were
For improving Mooheau Park,
Hilo, $4000; bridge from Kaneke
to Mokuoln $3500; for repairing
Piopio road $3000. (Kaniho.)
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Por relocating Ponahawai street
1 from School street to Halai Hill, S.
Ililo, $1000. (Lewis.)
MONDAY, MARCH 27.
The House went into Committee
of the Whole to consider the Tax
bill, taking up section by section.
Rice moved to strike out the ex
emption from taxation of clergy
men, members of the Ililo fire de
partment and all members of the
I National Guard, Holstein seconded
1 Rice's motion. He said it would
be unfair to favor Ililo when the
volunteer fire departments at Wai-
men, lie said most ot them were
getting fat salaries and ought to
pay their taxes. Hy a vote of 14
to 13, the exemptions enumerated
l were stiieken Irom the bill.
The Standard Telephone bill pro-
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CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS
Hkrkki.ky, July iX, 1904.
Dr. N. K. Posti'.r,
Secretary Stale Hoard of Health.
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