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ORDINANCE NO. 7.
AN ORDINANCE REGULATING
THE SALE OF MEAT, FISH,
BIRDS, FOWLS. FRUIT, VEQE
TABLES AND OTHER FOODS IN
THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HO-1
NOLu'LU. PROVIDING FOR THE
INSPECTION OF SUCH ARTI
CLES. .N0 PROVIDING FOR
THE APPOINTMENT OF AND
DEFINING THE DUTIES OF IN
m ,?. M.m. ;,.,i. .J ! 'Jn?in being again offered for sale shall
l.'nn,,,,. I1"" '',1,l!,l'(l "9 ',ct,,l rl8hl" '
r 01 HU.NOI.Ul.L. Soct,m ,3 lt 8ll.,n )0 thoi
rVrtlnn 1. No tnlnod or itccnjcd ' duty of the Meat and Wind Inspector .
meat, llili, birds or fowls, fruit or
M'M'hilili's, nor other food, which Is
mil health),, flesh, sound, whole
mine n n 'I It nnd safo for human
food, nor nu meat or fish Hint has
illeil final disease, sliill be brought
Into or offered for sale as food, or
kept In any public or prhate mar-
ii ,..111,1,, I'm f'liv nnrl fnuntx of
All public nnd prlvnto
mirkelH In the Cltj mid County of
lloiiolulii, toKelbei with all tools,
mat-hliier) mill iipiiiiitenamrs con
nected therewith, and nil articles
Iheiclii exponil oi offrred for sato
lis food or drink, and the contents of
all Icc-i liesls ami refrlgeratorH In
( which nn kind of food or drink Is,
or may be kept for sale, shall bo
&nlitirl nl nil rrviurin.ililn liimru In
the Inspection of tlio City and '
fontiiv 1'iivuii.inn nii.i iim ii,i,o... !
tors mid other olllccrs of the City
Hcctton ::. No pcrt-on shall ox
pose or offer for sale, or shall sell
or cause or allow to be used as food
or drink any article which has been
(ondcnined by tho City and County,
Physician, or by nny inspector of
the City nnd County.
Section I. Tho stalls, floors,
grounds and nppuitonaiKos In nnd
about nil markets or other places
where any article Is kept or offered
1or sale as food or drink, shall bo
kept In a cleanly nnd wholesome
(oiidltlon, free from accumulations
or ilepoilts of manure or filth of
Section ". An bad or badly cur
id meat or nnv stibstanr, whleh
Is emitting a noxious, deleterious dltlon, fhall bo allowed to remain
iflluxluni shall be forthwith re- where fciund. but the same shall bo
moved by th" owner theicot fium ' caiihcil to be lemoved forthwith by
tho iiiciiiIvlm whete stoicd, upon no-1 the Inspector or ofthcr aforesaid,
tlte by tho City and County I'll Section 15. It shall bo unlawful
slcla nor inspector of the City nnd 'or nny person to transport any
County. I beef, mutton, cal, pork or the car-
It after such nrtlco such ownir ensu of any animal used for food, or
hull neglect or fall to remove the nny flih or other murine product,
Mime, the same shall bo removed by nl"K nny public streft, unless such
such Inspector at the expense of the nrtlclc be si covered, or unless tho
owner theieof. i vehicle In which II Is transported bo
Section U. The Iloatd of Su-'so constructed ns to entirely pro
pervlsors of the City nnd County of , tcct surh article from dust and dirt,
Honolulu shall appoint Miltablo pei-M'Rd so that tho same may not be ex
sous as Meat and rood, Klsh and I'uwl to view.
ether Inspectors, as may bo neces-l Socllon 10. Any person who
b'lry to cany out the provisions of shall molest, hinder' or In nny man
thls Ordinance. The salaries of such ner prevent nny Inspector or other
l:ispectois shnll be fixed by the
lloanl of .Supprvlso.-s. Slid Inspec
tors shall havo all tho powers, and
tball perform all of the duties pio
vlded In this Ordinance, nnd shall
havo such other powcis ami perform
-Mich other ilutlei as may be horo
pter prei-rlbed by tho Hoard of
Section 7. It -shall be tho
duty of tho City and County I'hy
sli lull to exorcise practical niper
vIhIoii In rojpect to smh Meat and
I'ooJ, IMsli nnd other Inspectors, and
Bald Moat and rood, I'lsh und other
Inspectors shall bo subject to tho di
rections nt all fines pf said City
und County Musician.
Section S. It shall ho tio duty
of tho I'lsh Inspector to exnmlno
nnd Inspe-t all llsh, oj stern, clams,
loliHtcrs, cuibs and other marine
products kept or offered for snle
within his district, and If upon siieii
Inspection, said Inspector shall llud
any of said fish or mnrlno products
to bo In an unsound, dlscnscd or tin
whiiUsonio condition, ithall bo his
duty In prohibit their sale,; and the.
hi Id rish Inspector is hereby mi
nimized, empowered und directed to
londi'inti, seize, mid remove any un
bound, diseased or unvvliolesomo llsh,
in Mors, clams, lobstyrH, crabs or
oilier marine products which may hoi
offoicd for salo as food within
Sei (Ion 9. That in tho per- AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING RE0
riiiimiiicii of his duties as preset ibeil ULATIONS RELATING TO DE
by this Ordinance the I'lsli lnspec-1 CEDENTS.
tor smill no, anil Is lioreliy author-
irti iiiiii uuijiunrri'ii ui nuuril uu
boats, vcsbols, steamboats and cms,
mid to stop all vehicles believed by'
lilm Io tontnln fish or other marine j Section 1. It shall be the duty of
pioducts, for tho purpose of enforcthe legnlly licensed phjslctan who
Ing till1 provisions of this Ordinance, was last In attendance upon and
Said I'lsh Inspector shall make a re- deceased poison, or If no phvslclnn
port of hi sollklal doings, weekly, to was In attendance, then It shall bo
the City nnd County l'hyslclan. the duty of the Coioner to leport the
Section 10. Tho sale of fish j death to the City and County Phy
ii nil other marine pioducts is here- slclnn immediately after such death
by prohibited In the Dlstilct of Ho
nrlulu, uxceptlng nt tho new mar
ket building anil such other places
us shall bi specially peimlttod by
the lloanl of Superv Isois, wheio fish
and other marine piodurts may bu
exposed for sale under tho supervi
sion of tlio Fish Inspector.
Section 11. That It shall bo
tliHjiluly of the (Meat mid Fond In-
eikvlnr Io nltend lhi mail.d or mar-
kcta wllhlii his Inspection dlstilct
lccr' 'nomine nl tho tlmo when tlio
tnlci tomniPiicc, nnd caiofnlly In-
I upect nil meat, hluM or lowly, finlt
nr voEotnliles offered for nle, nnd
londointi, noire or rnuse to bo re-
nun cd Kurd us may be diseased, or
from any other cause rendered unlit
for fcod. 'Said Meat nnd rood
lcor H,l,lIl make n report of his
oftkl.il doings, weekly, to the City
and County I'hjslclan.
Section 12. All fish left unsold,
at tiny maikct, nt G o'clock p. m. on
the ccnliiR of any day shall bo In
spected by the I'lsh Inspector, and
if found In proper condition, may bo
iiinnmi in rini yiiinii'n niii-u iimii
nnd the IImIi Inspector to respec- County rhjslclan shall bo IninicdI-l
lively Inspect nient, llsh, birds or atcly notified of such denth by such
fowls, Hull or egctablcs, and otjier , Sheriff or Deputy Sheriff,
nrtlrli'i kept or offered for sale ns ' Section' 4. The Hoard of Super
food, or kept In any slaughter visors of the City nnd County of
home or public or prlvnto market Honolulu shnll appoint a suttnblo
within the District of such Inspector, I
nni m condemn sucn as is noi ,
hen'thy, fresh, sound, vtholcsomo
and fit and safe for human food.
The Meal and Mood Inspector shnll
nine power io promuu me siaugn
tcrlng of any milnial for human food
whkh Is diseased or otlrcrwlso un
lit for human consumption. 11
shall bo unlawful for any person to
sell the cnicass or any portion there
of of any nnlmal so condemned for
human (onsumptlnn. ,
sVctlon 1 1. That upon any
meat, fish, birds nr fowls, fruit or
tcgctnMes. or other articles of food
being found by any Inspector or
other otllicr of tho City and County.
of Honolulu In n condition which lb
In his judgment unwholesome and
I unlit for use ns human food, or In .
condition or of a quality forbidden
by this Ordinance, but with loaned
to the quality nnd condition of
which articles of food said lnspec
tor dr other oftlcer may bo In doubt,
hehall forbid tho salo thereof, and
order that tho same be set aside,
and shall at once notify the Cltv
nnd County HijBlclan of such ac
tion. The .City nnd County 1'hjsl
elan shnll tfiercupon Inspect said ar
ticles and determine whether IH
snmo be condemned, and the sal'!
thereof forbidden, PUOVIDKD, no
article of food offered or kept for
s.ilo In n donod or offensive con
officer fiom performing any duty
linpoied upon him by tho provisions
of this. Ordinance, and nny person
who shall violate any of tho provis
ions of this Ordinance, shall bo
deemed guilty of n misdemeanor,
mid upon conviction thereof shall
bo punished by a line of not less
than MO nor more than $250, or
by Imprisonment' for n term not ex
ceedlng thrco months or by bothSgnp(l for ,Uo ()r ndn,)tca to be used
such line nnd Imprisonment. I ,, ,.,. ,i,mi , ,,. ihn
such line nnd Imprisonment
Section 17. This Ordlnanco shnll
lako effect from and after tho dato
of Its approval.
Introduced by Supervisor
II. W. AYLETT.
Dato of Introduction, July 19. A.
D. 1909. j '
Tho foregoing Ordlnanco was, at
a regular adjourned meeting of the
Hoard of Supervisors of tho City
of Honolulu, hold on
Monday, July 19, 1909, pasicd to
print on the following vote of tho
A) oh: Ahla, Aylett, Kane, Logan,
Qulnn. Total: n.
Aluent and not voting: Cox, Mc
Clcllau. Total: 2.
D. KALAUOKALANI, .III.
Cleik, City nnd County of Honolulu.
1308 July 22, 23, 21, 20, 27.
ORDINANCE NO. 10.
,., ,T 0RDANKD ny THE
IT ORDAINED HY THE I'EO
I'l.E Of THE CITY AND COUN
TY OK HONOLULU.
occurs, upon one of the blanks fud
nlshed by tho City and County Phy
sic (an for that purpose, filling In
the blank spacer so ns to give nil
of the Information renulied by the
blanks to filled, In case ot a stlll
blilh, It shall be the duty of tlio
legnlly licensed phvslclan In charge
during the confinement, or coroner,
o report the same Immedlntelv ns In
olhor hikos of doalh, uu nno of Hie
blanks nhnvo meiitloiied furnished
for that purpose, giving tlio de
tails, an required In other canes of
Section 2. No burial shall lie law
ful, nor plinll any dead body be re
moved fiom the City and County of
Honolulu until n permit for such
In-'burial or removal based upon n Ccr-
tlricato of Death ns provided In Sec
lion 1 hereof, shall have first been
obtained from an Agent of the Ter
ritorial Hoard of Health.
Section 3. Whenever upon tho
death of any person there Is reason
to believe Hint surh person came to
surh death by poison, violence or In
ii n v cimiiiriiiiiii nr inii'Hii(in:iiiin iiihiibi
ner, tho body of such person shall,!
u,1,,cr t,,c direction of the Sheriff or
Deputy Slierlrt. Jio foithwlth tnkch
to tho Morgue, nnd tho City and.
person ns Morgue Attendant, whoso
salary sunn ue nxcu uy,saiu uoara. .
The Morguo Attendant Bhall havo
the care and charge of the Morguo
and perform such other duties as
may be prescribed by tho Hoard of
Supervisors or by the City nnd
Section n. It shall bo the duty
uf tho City and County rhvslclan to
keep a record .of all tho deaths re
ported to him under the provisions
of this Ordtnnncc.
Section 6. Any person who shnll
violate nny of tho provisions of this
Ordinance shall bo deemed guilty of
a misdemeanor, anil upon conviction
thereof shnll bo punished by n flno
not exceeding Two Hundred ($200.
00) Doltnrs, or by Imprisonment for
n term not xcccdlng three months,
or by both such flno nnd Imprison
ment. Section 7. This Ordlnanco shall
take effect from and after the dato
of Its approval.
Introduced by Supervisor
Dato of introduction, July 19, A.
Tho foregoing Ordlnnnce was, nt
a regular adjourned meeting of tjio
Hoard of Supervisors of tho City and
County of Honolulu, held on Mon-
.day, July 19, 1909, passed to print
on tho following vote of the Bald
Ayes: Ahla, Aylett, Kane, Logan,
Qulnn. Total: S.
Absent and not voting: Cox, Mc
Clollnn. Total: 2.
D. KAI.AUOKAI.ANI, JU.,
City nnd County of Honolulu.
-July 22, 23, 24, 2C, 27.
0RDINANCE NO. 14.
AN ORDINANCE PROHIBITING
THE ERECTION OR MAINTE
NANCE OF NEW TENEMENT
HOUSES IN ANY RESIDENCE
PORTION IN THE CITY AND
COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
HK IT ORDAINED HY THE I'EO
. PLE OP THE CITY,AND COUN
TY Or HONOLULU.
Section 1. This Ordlnanco shnll
be known ub the "Tenement. Ordln
nnce." Section 2. Tenement Houso De
fined, Tho torm "Tenement Houso"
in this Ordinance shall bo taken to
mean every houso, building, struc
ture or portion thereof, which is dc-
thrco families living Independently
of one another nnd having u com
mon right In tho stairways, veran
das, jaids, water supply, or privies,
or by mora than two families above
tho first story so living and having
a right In common to use the con
A family living In q tenement
mny consist of one or moro persons.
Section 3, Now Tenement Houso
Pellned, An existing tenement
hnubo Is any building creeled as a
tenement liouve or converted to such
iibo or altered for such use, or so
used bnforo the passngo of this Or
dlnnnce, or any building adapted
for such use, provided thai a permit
was issued for the erection of said
building beforo tho pnsuago of this
A new tenement houso hcicnftcr
erocted Is any tcnonicnt houso olhor lulu, Territory of Hawaii, deceased:
than an fisting tenement house ns Notice Is heheby given to tho
nbovo defined. creilltois ot. and all persons having
Section 4. Prohibiting Now Ten-! claims ugulnst tho said Frank M.
cmciit Houses In Ilesldence Disti lets. chlids, deceased, whether secured
It shall not bo lawful for uny poison Uy mortgage or otherwise, to pre
to lo'-nte, build, construct, maintain rent the same, duly authenticated,
or keep a new tencmont houso In und with proper 'vouchers, If any
Miy locality within tho City and exit, to the auld administrator, at
County of Honolulu In which two- B offices, 916-920 Fort streot, Hon
thlids of the buildings United ns i r.lu'hl, Territory ot Hawaii, within
whole or In part within flvo him-ix (fi) months from the date here-
dred feet of such tenement linurc,
are devoted or ml up toil to exclusive
residence purposes. !
Provided, however, that this Or
dlnanco' shall not be applicable In
any locality where tho owueis of, a
majority of tho lots which are lo
cated as n whole or In inrt within
flvo hundred feet of suoh tenement
house, consent III vviiu t" such
location of such tenement hoitfc.
S.i Id wiltten consent shall be up.
pinved by acknowledgment In like
manner us signatures to convejanies
of real piopeity nnd shall be filed
with the Cleik of the Cltv and
Count V of Honolulu, II shall be the
duly of tho Clerk In lllo aild cnifoni
excellent Remedy for
And the Many Ailments
Useful In Overcoming
Colds and Headaches
To Dispel Them. It Has
a Centle Action on the
thc MAN-A-LIN OO.,
COLUMBUS. OHIO, U. 8. A,
The. following wholesale 'arUKUiJl
will supply the retail trn-ie:
Henson. Smith & Co.,
nnd tq keep a record In n book to bo
culled a Heglstcr of Now Tenements,
containing u hi let summary of tho
contents, of such consent. The
'clerk nay tcqulre such written con
sent tpi.be piaparcd In accordance
with and noon forms adopted or ap
proved ,by him.
Section 5 . ,Any perron who shall
violate. any of the provisions of thjs
Ordlnnnce shall be deemed guilty of
it nifBile'riiennor and upon Conviction
thereof shall bo punished .by n flno
not e,jcecsilug Two Hundred Dot
lars, or,,by Imprisonment for n term
pofej,c;eedlng tie months, or bjt
both such flno and imprisonment.
Section G. Tjie continuance of
imy violation of this Ordlnanco shnll
ho it new offense for each day on
which tho same is continued.
Section " T'1,s Ordinance shall
take c IT oct fiom and after tho date
of its approval. .
Introduced by Supervisor
, ' DANIEL I.OC1AN.
Date" of Introduction, July 20th,
Tho foregoing Ordinance was, nt
n regular meeting of the Hoard of
Supervisors of the Cty nnd County
of Honolulu, held on Tuesday, July
29, 19,09,(pHhsed to print on the fol
lowlng'viito of tho said Hoard:
Ayes: Ahla, Ajlott, Cox, Kane,
Logan, Qulnn. Totnl: 6.
'Auie'nt nnd not voting: McClcl
lan. Total: 1.
.D. KALAUOKALANI, JR..
Clerk, City nnd County of Honolulu.
4368,-Jllly 22, 2?, 21, 2C, 27.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS,
Tho undersigned having been duly
appointed administrator of tho es
tuto of Finnic M. Chllds, lalo ot
Honolulu, City and County ot Hono-
of, othcrwlse their claims will be
Dated, this 2fith day ot June, A. D.
1909. i '
TRENT TRUST COMPANY,
Administrator of the Estate
ot Frank M. Chllds, De-
(".IT lime 2fi: Jlllv 3. 10, 17, 24.
I'VUT (' 1 0 R
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
MAY SECURE SOME
Photographs Taken Of
Kilauea In Action
Secictary Wood's letter to tho
promotion committee this week con
tains many Interesting , features,
among which arc thc, following ex
tracts: If Mr. Ilonlne Is able to accom
plish his purpose, wo may soon ex
pect to see some new nnd startling
l'hotoginphs of Kilauea In action.
M. J. A. Kennedy nnd a party of
friends recently located n path
down tho southeast side of Hnlcmnii
muii to. a ledgo of lava about fif
teen feet above the surface ot tho j
boiling lava .pit. Mr. Ilonlne was
due nt the Volcano House Inst
night nnd purposes taking both dny
light and night exposures from this
ledgo. Ho will also uso his largo
panoramic camera which should
give him a wonderful view of tho
Interior of llnlcniaumau.
Tho moving pictures sent to Seat
tle by the Alaska-Yukon-Exposition
Commissioners nro proving to bo u
The steadily Increasing salo of
fniitipfl iiliinntmln nnd tho demand
for fans, mats, lcis, etc., afford tlio
I greatest encouragement to the
Conimlttco'ti plans for opening up a
! Sales Exhibit nt Atlantic City,
where, during tho height of tho
summer season, the dally arrivals
xeced on an average of 300,000
people, tho number of the yearly
visitors being estimated at 8,t)00,
000. During August of last jear,
there were over 40,000 bathers' In
tho surf at one timo nt this grcnt
American resort and during tha
coldest days of tho winter tho num-
I bcr of guests at tho different holels
nvernges about 10,000. While but n
small percentage ot the 8,000,000
mny be expected to visit Hawaii, nil
of them can bo Interested In our
pineapples, coffee and other pro
ducts, nnd I hope sincerely that
shortly after the beginning of the
new j ear the Committee mny see Its
way clear to Inaugurate Its Atlantic
Uy the last mall, wo received a
letter from Mrs. Carrlo Jacobs Dpnd
conveying the welcome Information
that bIic would spend next winter
In Hawaii, Mrs. Dond also wroto
saying that Mr. William L. Hub
bard, the well known Journalist,
who has been conncctod with tho
Chicago Tribune ns Its' dramatic and
musical editor .since 1892, would
arrive by the "Mongolia!" to remain
In the Islands several weeks.
Wo aro now In correspondence
with Mr. D. II. Elmendorf, who Is
looked upon ns one ot the very best
lecturers beforo the American public
todny, nnd are endeavoring to so In
Iciest him In Hawaii that he will
visit our Islands In tho near future
to sccuro data for an Illustrated
Duiing tho next lecture season,
Hawaii will bo given more attention
than ever beforo tho entire United
Among tho letters to hand by tho
Inst mail was one from Mr. J. A.
Miller, general freight agent of tho
(rent Northern Railway, at Seattle,
In part as follows:
"1 havo jour esteemed favor of
Juno 22nd, and In reply would -say
that I uhall certainly make every
effort posslblo to be In Honolulu In
tlmo to help you celebrate the 22nd
of February, next. I havo already
spent considerable time In tho Ha
waii building at tho A.-Y.-Pr- Expo
sition, mid at tho first opportunity
mm going to devote a full halt-day
to tho wonderful exhibits that ou
Mr. F. F. Fylcr writes from Sa
vannah, On., under dato of July 1st,
Wo huvo been showing views and
talking Hawaii until we are nearly
hoarse and It would be gratifying to
von to sco tho Interest lakon and to
hear the Inquiries which are made
about everything pertaining 'to tho
Islands." Then follows n list ot ad
ill esses to which wo are asked to
sond our folders.
Mr, A. M. Cloland, goneral pnss
cngor agent of the Northern Pacific
Railway, writes from St. Paul,
Minn,, tinder date of July Cth, as
"Responding somewhat tardily to
jours of Muy 't th, the cause for tho
delay being my abseuco from St.
Pnul. I take pleasure In advising
that we will be glad, to consider tho
use of books on Hawaii In connec
tion with tho libraries of our limit,
ed trains. We are Just now consid
ering the matter of these libraries
mid before .they aro Anally disposed
ot wo wl see If It Is possible to In
clude some of the Hawaii books." '
When !'-- "t sick, we gave her
Then slm was a Child, she cried foi
Wl.cn shu became Miss, she clung to
When she had Cbllilinii, she ri'ivo Ihoni
WHAT'S the use
, PAU - KA -
HAN A shows a silent
willingness to take the
responsibility for cleanli
ness off your shoulders?
If your grocer cannot
supply you telephone
to Fred L. Waldron,
, .Sprecdcls' Building,
, , . ' Y
R.' LAWRENCE H. KENT,
rived irom uiKianu,
SUVA. Mr. Kent ii
DuJinesi, ana ai a practical embalmer has had 16 yean' ex
perience. Mr. L. H. Kent and Mr. M. . Silva are now prepared to
receive all butinen entrusted to our care. Mrs. Kent is also a lady un
dertaker and will care for the female cases, which is most needed in
our community. She will arrive here within six weeks' time.
M. E. Silva's Undertaking Establishment
1120 Fort St.
A Guide To
EAT as much as you can. v
SLEEP as much as you can
DRINK RAINIER BEER
Rainier Bottling Works
1, f.ff' 'JL
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Embalmer tod Funeral Director, ar
uai., ana ne it now employed by n. ;
an experienced inan in this line of
Night Call 1011.
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