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nVfeNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. II.. FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1910.
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'30-35 h.p., 4 cyl., 3 spd arid,
reverse, selective .transmission,
102 in. wheel bkse, 32-inch
,wheels all round, magneto and? ,
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pattery ignition, r rKje, lull
equipped with ,tbp, automatic
wind shield; lamps, head-lights
and generate, wheel-jack and
jtools, $1350, delivered ready
for use in Honolulu. Single,
rumble, or surrey seats saime
.price, making two, three or four
. MODEL T
30-35 h.p., 4 cyl., 3 speed and reverse,
selective transmission, 112 in. wheel
base, 34-inch wheels all round, magneto
and battery ignition. Price, full equip
ped with top, automatic wind shield,
lamps, headlights and prestolite tank,
wheel-jack and tools, $1650, delivered
ready for use in Honolulu, 5 passenger
touring or 4 passenger toy tonneau
50 h.p., 6 cyl., 3 speed and re
verse, selective transmission
130-in. wheel base, 36-inch
wheels all round, magneto and
battery ignition. Price, full
equipped with top, automatic
wind shield, lamps, head-lights
and prestolite, wheel-jack and
tools, $2450, delivered ready
for use in .Honolulu. Equipped
with 7 passenger body.
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DECLARED BEST ENACTED
fttho Idea ir prohibition, iih ndvncntcd nmpo of nil cHclpnt control of the
y mt. wooucy nnu ma loiiowers, in liquor tram,c, immediately responsive
n vntu i:irI Iti irimiinrt nf flut nvlul. In .mililtn nnnllmnnt
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1EVIDENT MERITS OF unrestricted rnntiol of tho snla of
THE EXISTING LAW liquor, tho law la a ready vehlclo for
This law, pusx?d by tho 1D07 Login- tho absoluto suppression of tho Haluon
:' Inturo of Hawaii iotkboshvh mich self- If the Hoard of License Commission-
i'ovldciit merits that It Is evcrywncru era no wills. This' power has been
considered to bo a rcmarkablo ex- used by tho Commissioners of the
"This law is the best liquor licensing law
Ithat has ever been passed by any State or
'crritory of the Union."
. .Statement of J. (1. Mueller.
"And it further declares that the impor
tation of intoxicating, spirituous, vinous and
malt liquors into this I erntory, except for
ricdicinal or scientific purposes should be pro
hibited by Congress."
l'liiuk In Hie l'rolilliltlun I'lalfonii,
I'romulwitrd .May Stttli.
"What is proposed is not to lay the hand
the law upon people and prevent them
iking liquor but simply to give them protec.-
ion against', the"' temptation from open liquor
rafficin tli.ci.r' midst,"
-.1. (1. Mueller at Kiiniiliiliao Cliurch
May Sflih. '
"Arid if he (the tourist) really requires
lcohoii. the ship that brings him will not lack
full supply; and in the lavish hospitality tha.t
lakes jhc islands .famous 'he is absolutely safe
fif' "i i.i.-j ,j,f.
nil aiciuiuni- uiuujjiui
.1. .0.. IVe-olle)-, F.fbrntirjr lltli.'Jiifqrn IT. ,S. 'Sennit' Commit (eo
ou 1'iicllic Islands iiud l'urlo Kiev, '
County of Kauai to close all retail sa
loons. The enactment of this law by the
Legislature was considered a mllo
stono In tho progress toward efficient
and equitable liquor legislation.
After thorough discussion by tho
Senato and IIouso of Representatives
of tho Legislature of 1D0T, tho pres
ent law was passed. Tho bill was
drafted by representative men of tho
community and many of tho sug
gestions nindo by C. O. llallentyno,
then of the Anti-Saloon league, were
Incorporated In tho law. Those who
stood sponsor for thu bill In tho Leg
islature Included Senator W. O. Smith
and Senator Haysclden. 13. A. Mott
Smith, now Secretary of tho Terri
tory and acting Governor, also played
an active part In drafting tho statute.
Tho Docrd of Licence Commission
ers for tho County of O.ihu consist of
Clarence Cooke, chairman; Alfred
Cnstlo, Norman Wntklns, Hugh Craig
and Carlos Long.
Kach Hoard of tho counties1 possess
oqual power The! tbsolno'' discre
tionary control thAt' la vested In tho
Commissioners Is' btst shown1 by Sec
tion 4 of the, elo'tlngvlaw. This sec
tion provides, as follows'.'
, Section 4! ' Each Tloard, within
Its own1 county1; shall have tho
sole power', 'authority and discre
tion to grant, refuse, suspend
revoko, rcgulato and control li
censes to sell Intoxicating liquors
In such county," subject only to
the limitations and directions In
this act contained. Tho exorcise
of tho power, authority nnd dis
cretion by thin net vested In the
Board shall be final In each case,
and shall' not be revlewnblo by or
nppealablo to any court or trib
unal. This section of tho law was written
to give the Hoard of License Commis
sioners unquestioned power for tho
enforcement of their will. Thoy aro
empowered to revoko a license prac
tically without cnuao It they consider
It In the public welfare and they are
answerable to no one but themselves.
It Is presumed tho typo of men who
have been appointed by Governor
Krcar to be Llconso Commissioners for
tho county nf Onhu and the other enmi
ties as well aro as nblc to Judge tho
community needs aa Is Mr. Woolloy.
Practically tho only mandatory pro
vision that appears In the luv that
Is binding upon the Hoards nf License
Commissioners Isi directed ngalnst tho
liquor trnmn nnd In favor of tho plt.
ten protector ogalntt tho hsitanro of
a llconso. This covtrs tho. ttrons lo
cal option feature that Is incluiol In
Section 24. , ., w. ...... .
' In this (.cctlon ft is provided that
"Ihe-ari'Ucutlou ukull. bo i refused" iu
the event that a" majority' of the res
Istcred voters In n proclht rhall rp
pose the Issuance of a license.,
Tho 'section la plain and clcirl
guards against tho placing of the s i
of liquor In an&vportion of tho com
munlty whero thu peppla voice their'
opposition as plainly provided by Un
Tho section that cives tho ticonlo
this right nnd makes It ohllgttoryj
upon the Hoard of License -Commissioners
to refnso a license when the
protest Is made, reads as follows:
Section 21. Upon tho day of
hearing, or any adjournment
thereof, tho Hoard Bhnll consider
said application nnd nny protests
or objection to the grnntlng there
of, and hear tho parties In Inter
est and shall within ten days
thereafter glvu Its' 'decision 'grant
ing or refusing such application,
ljrovldcd, that If a majority of tho
registered voters for such pro
duct shall havo duly Died or
caused (o bo filed their protests
agnlnst tho granting or renewal
of tho license applied for, or. If It
shall ho made to appear to tho
hoard by any protester that tho
necessary written consent of
property holders Jins not been
fairly obtained uud filed as re
quired and Intended by this net,
or If there appear nny other dis
qualification under this act, tho
application rhall bo' refused.
GROUNDS FOR LEGAL
Tho existing liquor law not only
provides for quick and effective ao
tlon ngalnst the liquor seller who
breaks the regulations' that may bo
prescilbcd hy'th6 Hoards'of Llcenso
Commissioners., but It actually pro
tides for legal action against tho dis
penser of liquor to a person who be
This section goes to tho extent o
specifying thaun person who has
furnished Jlquor" "In ;who!u or In part"
upon which a person has bcconia In
toxicated can be proceeded ngalntit
Tho section further provides that If
the Judgment Is not, satisfied within
thirty days tho license shall' bo re
voked by tho Hoard, , ,
Tho section In full Ir ns follows:
Section fiX A husband, wife,
child, parent, guardian, employer,
or other person, or tho legal rep
leseutatlvo nf such person who
shall haw been twice convicted
of drunkenness or In consequence
nf the Intoxication of such n per
son sq convicted, may bring eith
er n Joint nctlnn against the per
son InliixlP.iiPil, nnd tho person or
pnrsouo that furnlnhod tho liquor
nnd thoroby In whole or In part
caused such Intoxication, or a
,B0.p?rilta.neJ4n.iY, against. e)J.rjnrvor
uuy of them. A married woman
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