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-Other nntlcm of lulorval.
After tho reading of tho quar
terly reports nt tho mooting of tho
Board of Trustocs of tho Queon's
Hospital yostorday afternoon, as
publislicd exclusively in the Bul
letin yo'tordny tho following pro
ceedings woie hud:
Dr. C, B. Wood was unanimoiiH
ly re-elocted surgeon of the hos
pital for tho ensuing year, and
Dr. C. B. Coopor us physician.
A communication was rucetvnd
from Dr F. R. Day asking to ho
placed on stall of tho hospital us
consulting physician and tho re
quest was granted by n unanimous
vote. The position is un honorary
A communication was also re
ceived from Dr. Howard, asking
to be appointed ns special physi
ciau to the hospital in diseases of
tho oyo, oar and throat at a salary
of $56 per month. His applica
tion was endorsed by Drs. Wood
Mr. Uolto said that since tho
matter came up at tho lust moot
ing ho had taken quite an
intorest in it. Ho bolieved that
tho appointment should be mado.
Ho know of peveral people who
Would onter tho hospital to be
operated on if they could Beonro
Dr. Howard's sorvices. Thoro
were many delicate ensos which
Dr. Wood did not care to under
take when a specialist of Dr.How
ard's reputation was horo, and in
many instances it was not con
venient for them to undergo oper
ations at homo. He believed that
tho revenue from paying patiouts
would more than pay tho small
salary asked by Dr. Howard. On
Mr. Bolte's suggestion tho mattor
was referred to a special commit
tee consisting of Mossrs. May,
Robinson and Bolto, who a ro to
report to tho Board of Trusteed.
Eloction of oflicors being noxt
in order, F. A. Sohaefer as secre
tary, J. H. Pnty aB treasurer and
M. P. Robinson as auditor wore
unanimously ro-eloctod, as was
also the Exocutivo Committee,
consisting of Mossrs. Cloghorn,
Pnty, Watorhouso, Schnefer and
Tho following wero appointed
as Visiting Committee for the en
suing quarter: Rev. Alex. Mac
kintosh and Messrs. C. M. Cooko
and Bruce Cartwright.
Chairman Cloghorn hoped the
Visiting Committeo would render
a more faithful account of their
stewardship in tho futuro. as he
considered frequent visiting of
tho hospital wards ono of tho
most necessary and important
dutios of a trustoe.
A communication was recoived
rolativo to thrco seamon now in
tho hospital who belonged to tho
bhip Helon Browor. Those mon
could not sail on Uo ship and
were discharged. Messrs. Browor
it Co., as agents of tho ship.
notified tho trustees that tho
ownors would no longer bo re
sponsible for hospitil charges,
but that thoy considored tho mon
exempt from such charges under
tho law as Hawaiian seamon.
Mr. E. F. Bishop stufed, on be
half of Messrs. Browor fc Co.,
that this matter had been brought
up several times boforo but had
been decided adversely by tho
trustees. His firm took tho stand,
and thoy wero so adviBod, that
any seamon of any nationality
sailing uutlor tho Hawaiian ilag
was nu "Hawaiian seaman" with
in tho moaning of the law, and as
tho hospital for which thoy paid
a monthly tax. Ho called atten
tion to the charter of tho hospital
which read that it should bo es
tablished "for tho bonoflt of Ha
waiian seamon and such othors
as may dosiro to avail themsolvos
of its benefits," meaning in the
lattoi case upon paying for tho
Aftor further discussion on tho
matter it was roforred to a com
mitteo consisting of Messrs.
Soluiofor, Bishop and Rev. Alex.
Trusteo J. T. Waterhouso
brought up tho question of a
resident physician and said that
it was ono that the trustees would
goon havo to act upon and it was
desirable to commonco thinking
about it. Ho was in favor of
selecting a good man for tho posi
tion and paying him a hundsomo
Trusteo Cartwright did not soo
tho present nocossity of a resident
physician, ob tho present ones
wero capable and faithful, bosides
living near to tho hospital.
Trustoe Cooko called attention
to tho efhoioncy of Purveyor
Eckardt iu cases of emergency,
although ho questioned the right
of trie trustees to place any such
responsibility on him.
Tho matter was finally doferrod
to bo thought about.
A communication was read
from Purveyor Eckardt usking
that his salary, which was now
$112.50 per month, be restored to
its old figuro, $125. On motion
tho application was granted un
animously, to date from July 1st
A potition from the nursos of
tho hospital to bo allowed to keep
a horse on the grounds was ro
forred to the Executivo Commit
tee with powor to aot.
Iu closing tho meeting Chair
man Oleghorn culled attention to
tho many improvements mado in
and around tho hospital in tho
post two yoars, and statod that
tho hospital was now moro useful
and efficient than ever. Tho
increased number of nursos pro
vided enabled each ono to have a
good vacation ovory six miuths.
Ho suggested to tho Executivo
Committoe tho advisability of in
augurating a chango in tho pre
sent system of tho nursos iu di
viding up the night work. Al
though thoy wero in favor of it ho
boliovod that two months night
work from 7:30 p. m. to G a. in.
at u strotoh was too much for thu
health of anyone in this climate,
and ho was sure tho nuraos would
soon feol its effects.
Thu mooting thfti adjourned.
Tin; l'ui.uiK counr.
I'lno fur Not AkkImIIiik IIio 1'ollca
lieu Culled On.
Lon Hin and Loo Quai ploaded
guilty of breaking tho Sabbath
by koeping their stores open and
got thoir sentonoos suspended.
I). Kapali and B. Raymond
wore tried on u ohargc of mis
domeauor iu unlawfully refusing
to rendor'assistanoo to a police
ollicor in caso of emergency while
in the oxeoution of his office in a
criminal cafeo. Thoy woro accus
ed of not coming to tho assistanco
of officer Jim Kupihea last Satur
day night, when ho was trying to
arrest tho man who had st.ibhed
mounted patrolman Molonhuuor.
Raymond was found not guilty
but Kapali was convicted ami
fiuod $10 and costs.
Wong Mun plondod guilty of
vagrancy and got two months
ucross tho roef at hard labor.
Keluia, a wahino charged with
assaulting ono of her own box, wjs
found not g'lilty and dischaiged.
Tho uow ''Scientific Suspond
ors."to woar thorn is to liko them.
of J Got a pair from Molnurny.
.Nr.ATIt WAITINU ON
ConrerAiico Committer,, Will lm Nrril.
etloiiHcvcrnl llllli-Tlir Currency
TmitTV-NiNTH Day, July 30ih.
President Wilder called tho Se
nate to order at tho usual hour
this morning, and the urwal pre
liminary proceedings wero had.
A communication was received
from tho House concerning tho
Sonato Amendments to tho Laud
Bill, stitiug that somo wero con
curred in and othors not.
Senator Watorhouso moved that
a uonferonco Committee bo ap
pointed to confer with a like com
mittoe from the House on tho
Land Act. Carried.
Tho President appointed Se
nators Lyman, Baldwin and
McCandless as such committee.
Senator Schmidt of the Com
mitteo on accounts roportod tho
committeo had approved accounts
to tho amount of $540.'15 contract
ed previous to the mooting of tho
Senate and Senate bills as follows:
Isaac Sherwood $30.50, W. L.
Wilcox $109.50, F. A. McKinnoy
$21, Manuel Cook SG0.20, W. A.
Wright $149, S. E. Bishop $G2.50,
Hawaiian Star $75.50, Hawuiiun
Gazette $10.25. W. L. Wilcox $19.
Hawaiian Nows Co. $5.10. Total
Thoro boing no further business
on hand the Senate tooK a recess
to 1.30 p. in.
The Minister of Financo gave
notice thnt he would introduce a
bill making supplementary appro
priations for tho Board of Educa
tion up to March 3lst,189G. Also
that ho would introduco a hill for
a special appropriation for the
uso of tho Board of Education in
purchasing tho Bishop premisos
on Emma streot.
Under suspension of tho rules
Senator Baldwin for tho Commit
teo on Commorco reported on tho
bill to exempt tho stoamship com
panies carrying mails from pilot
ago fees. The committeo recom
mend that as tho wholo subject of
steamship subsidies and exemp
tions will camo up at tho regular
session the bill be laid ovor until
that timo. Tho Sonator snid that
tho amount involved will bo about
$10,000 or about half tho total
locoipts from pilots' feos
Tho report was adopted.
Tho Sonaio then adjourned.
Spoakor Nnonn called the House
to order at 10 o'clock this morn
ing. Roll callod. all tho mom
burs presout. Prayer by chaplain
and minutos of last moeting read
Ou motion tho Chair appointed
tho following Conference Com
mittoo on appropriation bill 8:
Roprosontativos Bond, Richards
Tho Joint Ilosolutinn on gen
oral registration was taken up as
recommondod by tho committoo
Tho resolution roads as follows:
"Bo it resolved by tho Sonato and
tho Houso of Representatives that
a Joint Committeo consisting of
throo members from oach branoh
of the Legislature bo appointed to
loportatlho next rogular session
of tho Logishituro upon the ques
tion of the goneral registration of
tho male rosidenta of thu Republic
Continued on 5th itjc)
buch entitled to tho boucms
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