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Soml-Annual Mooting of the Board
Hon. J sis. I. Dowsett presided at
the semi-annual mooting of tho
Trustees of tho Queen's Hospital
yesterday in tho absoneo of tho
Vice-President, Hon. C. R. Bishop.
Tho following reports were pre
sented: iiEi-onx of tiu: physician.
Honolulu, Nov. 30, 1892.
To the Trustees of the Queen's Hospital:
Gentlemen: Wo have tho honor
to submit tho following report for
tuo quarter ending JNovombor liv,
The number of patients at present
in the Hospital is 76, viz.: 18 Hawaii
uiis (32 males, 11 females), 2 Chinese,
3 Japanese and 23 of other national
ities; 28 paj'ing.
The number of admissions during
tho quarter was 113; viz.: (50 Hawaii
ans (40 males, 20 females), 2 Chinese,
18 Japanese and 33 of othor nation
alities. Discharged 90, viz.: -17 Hawaiians
(32 males, 15 females), 1 Chinese, 1-1
Japanese and 28 of othor national
ities. Deaths 18, viz.: 9 Hawaiians (1
males, b females), 5 Japanese and -1
of other nationalities.
The causes of death wore: Al
coholism 1, beriberi 1, burn 2,
Jiright's disease 1, cirrhosis of "kid
ney 1, endocarditis 1, inanition 1,
paralysis 1. pneumonia 1, pyaemia 1,
remittent fever 1, syphilis 1, tuber
culosis general 2, tuberculosis pul
Of the above two died within 18
hours and one within 2 days of ad
mission. Tho highost number of indoor pa
tients was 78; lowest 60; daily aver
age 70. Numbor of prescriptions 496.
Five major and M minor surgical
operations were porformod during
The total numbor of patients
treated in tho Hospital was 329, viz.:
September 103; October 110; Novem
It is a mattor of extreme regret to
us that more post mortem examina
tions aro not allowed. During the
past quartor several deaths have oc
curred in cases which prosonted fea
tures of marked interest and in
which post mortem examinations
would have cloared up obscure symp
toms and been of groat benefit to us.
C. B. Wood,
Geo. P. Andrews,
REr-OUT OF THE TREASURER.
To the Officers and Members of the
Queen's Hospital Corporation,
Gentlemen: rl have the honor to
submit foryour consideration this Sixty-Seventh
Soini-AiinualRoport of the
Treasurer, showing tho receipts and
disbursements during tho six months
ending tho 30 Nov., 1892:
May 31, To balance due the
Treasurer .); f:s!) i8
Nov. 30, To amount paid the Pur
veyor during thu six months
ending Nov. at, 1K!U: June,
220U.ai; Jnlv, $21 14.52; Auk.,
$2290.3.'!; Sept., $23il5.i;2; Oct.,
$2007.0(1; Nov., $215!t.ll 13,200 2:1
And for the following items,
viz.: Provisions, $17!).').87; Poi,
$5I0.2!; M!lk,$f)2l.t2; Bread,
$100.11 j Meat, $1203.20; Medi
cine, $121M.37; Lights and
Fuel, $2l; Repaint and Im
provements, $(Hii.72; Wines
and Spirits, $17!l,2.ri; Pav Pa
tients, $1,17.50; Furniture,
$151.35; Jii'ddlng.utc, $311.25;
Crockery, etc,, $109.02; Sala
ries, wages, labor, etc., flojcj.
le, General Exptfiibei, Pur
veyor's account, $728.63; to
To paid ix Bonerolent igcie
tie to 30 September, two
quarters each at $203 12 la OU
To paid Insurance (Firo) one
year at fc-1 00
To paid UUuop &Co., Interest on
over drafts to Sept. 1, $2s,23;
and to Dec. 10, $00.40 121 00
To paid Commissions to Treas
uier, six months to Mav 31,
1602, 5 percent on $2734.83,
$1367.71; to Nov. SO, 1K12, 5
percent on $2180', $103 21S 74,
To paid to C. R. Ripley, Pur
veyor's Cottapo ns per con
tract, $108."). To do for extras
ccwpool, etc., ItLilTi. For
lledwood Ca-elli Dispeii'-arv,
$1(1 !... .'
To paid for lettering Certificates
of Life Membership. . .
To Bnlnucc in bank.
By Ca-h from Interior Dopart
ment on account of Appro
priation. Aid to "The Queen's
Hospital," for tho period from
31 March to 3t .Tulv, 18!)2, Tour
months at $20,000 lor biennial
By Amount of Itents collected for
thu six months
By Amount of Interest collected
for tho six months.
By Amount for Life Membership
C. L. Carter ....
By Receipts from Pav Patient-,
to wit: June, $5!fe.7.r; Jnlv,
$l(K)!l.7o; Aug., $110; Sopt.,
7SS; Oct., $IS0.7.r; Xov.$8,.
75 By Amount collected from Ha
waiian Treasury under Dill
No. 143, approved 7 Sept., be
ing Custom's receipts Hawai--ian
Seaman and Passenger
Taxes up to and including the
quarter ending 30 Sept., 1692
ltc-peot fully submitted,
John H. I'atv.
1 beg to submit the following
comments upon tho foregoing ex
hibit: Purveyor's accounts exceed tho
estimate made last May for tho pe
cuniary aid to be asked, for of tho
Legislature through the Govern
ment by about S100 por month in
tho aggregate $670. Tho Executive
Committoo have impressed upon tho
Purvoyor tho importance of practis
ing tho closest economy consistent
with tho requirements for the pro
per and oilieiont administration of
that department of tho Institution.
Eopairs and Improvements include
tho building of a cottage for the
Purvoyor, which was done by con
tract to the satisfaction of the Ex
ecutive Committee and within tho
contract price, i.e., S168.1. The ex
tras, as por bill, amount' to .S12.95,
and includo painting floors, etc., etc.,
and an Instrument case for tho Dis
pensary. Interest on Over-drafts Instead
of borrowing the money tendered by
tho Hon. C. R. Bishop for building
tho cottage for tho Purvoyor, your
Treasurer availed himself of tho
i privilege of overdrawing his account,
i tendered oy uisnop te Uo. lor this
I purpose as well as for current ao
1 count to tho maximum amount of
! $7(510 on tho 8th inst.
i Tho successful termination of of-
forts made to secure tho payment of
I the entire receipts of the Hospital
i Funds collected at tho Custom
House brought us in tho handsome
sum of $9830.15 on tho 8th inst. as
tho full amount remaining for tho
period ending March 31st, 1892, add
ed to tho first two quarters of the
I present, ponou, say to iHJtii soptom-
Our thanks aro due, to tho Hon.
L. A. Thurston for preparing Legis
lative Bill No. 1'13, carrying it
through its various stages in tho
House to its final approval by Her
Majesty Sopt. 7th.
Tho amount of $3,333.33 was drawn
by permission of t ho Legislature for
tho four months ending July 31st, as
on account of tho Appropriation to
bo made for "Aid to The Queen's
Hospital" for tho current period.
John II. Patv,
The report as a whole was unani
Mr. Tom May, Hon. J. A, Cum
mins and Mr. Bruco Cartwright woro
appointed" as tho Visiting Commit
too for tho onsuing quarter.
Hons. J. B. Athorton and J. T.
Watorhouso, Jr., aud Mr. O. L. Car
tor wore appointed a special com
mittoo, to report as early as possible,
on tho question of securing the sor
vicos of a cbmpotont housolteoper. ,
Continued on the othn tide.)
(ion time mat
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