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EVENING- BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T H FRIDAY. JUNE 10, 1910.
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Bargains o'l Domestic Departm't
Special Inducements to Householders for
Week Commencing Monday, June I3lh
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(not total abstinence) is
coming as a natural result
of education. The use of
force, such as an attempt at
prohibition, has its ftoack
wash," which leaves a worse
condition than before. But
the results of education are
beneficial and lasting.
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Bedspreads, Sheets, Towels, Linens,
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HEMMED SHEETS. READY FOR USE
81x90 at 60c, 75c and $1 ; 25 per cent- under regular prices ' '
90x90 Sheets, $1.25 regular; Special Next Week, $1
, BEDSPREADS, REMARKABLE VALUE
At $1.25, $1.50, $1.75; $2, $2.25, $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4, $5, $7.50,.
PILLOW SLIPS, 42x36: 10c, 12 l-2c 15c, 20c, 25c t lf
TURKISH TOWELS, 75c $1, $1.25, $1.75, $2, $2.50 to $5 dozen.
TABLE DAMASK, 35c, 50c, 75c, $1, $1.25, $1.50
100 Dozen Od Lots in TABLE NAPKINS, Special Prices for Next
Week's Sale of Domestic Goods. h: ' -:-: ssr '
All Goods laid out on the tables marked in plain figures.
It will pay, well to attend this sale.
HAWAII'S 1ICENSINQ LAW.
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may bring such action In her own
name, and all damages recovered
by her shall Inuro to her,'scpar
ato uso; and all damAgcs' recov
ered by a minor shall4 M paid
cither to such minor lof to oiri'e
person In truit for hfmand on
such terms as the court may di
rect. Upon tbo death of any
party of such a suit the, action
and right of action shall survive
to and against his executor and
If tbo Judgment recovered un
dpr this section against any II
censo remains unsatisfied' for
thirty days after Its entry, the
license, of "such judgment debtor
shall ba rovoked by tlio Doard.
' INEBRIATES AFFOROED
Ono of the strong sections of the
present law that is directed against
intemperance In section CI. It pro
vides that any relative or even an cm-,
ployer of a person who Is endanger
ing his or her health by tho cxccsslvo
nso or liquor "or endangers or Inter
rupts tho pcaco and happiness of his
or of her family" may send a written
notice to any and all holders of liquor
license, instructing them not to sell
liquor to tho person. Iflhoy persist
then a ground for a damage action Is
This section provides:
8ectlon CI Any wife, daughter,
son, brother, sister, parent, guard
Ian or emplo) er or any other per
son who by excessive uso of In
toxicating liquor Injures his or her
health, or endangers or Interrupts
the peace or happiness of his or
, her family, may give written no
tice to any licensee not to sell or
furnish any Intoxicating liquor to
such person, and thereafter any
llcenseo who sells, gives or In any
manner furnishes any Intoxicating
liquor to such person shall bo lia
ble In damage to such complain
ant, in suit brought In manner as
mentioned In tho last preceding
Tho license commissioners at all
times have the right of entering any
saloon and examining the premises
thoroughly, In a search for Infraction
or avoidance of regulations that may
have been prescribed by the Doard.
Tho samo right Is given to the In
spector. The personnel of tho Oahu
Hoard of Llccnso Commissioners mako
frequent visits to tho saloons In their
ofllclal capacity and following their
visits, tho saloon proprietors who oro
found to bo violating or slighting tho
law or regulations of tho Doard, are
brought before tho Llecnso Commis
sion at lis noxt regular meeting and
an explanation demanded. If this ex-
planatlon Is not .satisfactory, (hen tho the penalties prescribed by Ian for
action to bo taken tho rescinding Or such offense,
suspension of tho license rests entire-1 These are all far reaching prosi
ly within tho discretion of tho Board. Fiona which were Incorporated In Iln
Paragraph 9 of Section 30 provides wall's liquor statute after (('thorough
study of tho question of llqnor con-
That the license.! premises shall trol throughout Ilia United States. As
at all times bo opcu to In-
spectton by tba inspector, and any
member of the Doard, and officers
of tho Pollco forced.
n reading of tho sections of tho pre
sent law prove. In addition to placing
absolute power in the hands of tho
Board of License Commissioners of
I the counties, tho law covers well do
PROSECUTE PERJURY fined provisions for punitive actions,'
While tho Board of License Com
missioners arc not armed with crlnil-
against liquor dealers who persist In
selling liquor to persons who havo
lial Jurisdiction they do posress tho been convicted of diunhenness or to
power to administer oaths when In whom thoy have been requested not to
search for tho truth any falso state
ment mado before them subjects the
Dut tho same nuestlon Is handle 1
person cnmmlttlrg It to prosecution In In another way that places the pro-
tho court upon a chargo of -.perjury, tectlon of drunkards and the dlsclplln
This provision materially strengthens lng of tho licensee entirely In ofllclal
the effectiveness of tho Commission hands not leaving It to a relative or
and puts the witness beforo them in employer.
the position of knotting that It Is bet-j
ter for him to tell tho truth.
Tho section Is mandatory In Its pro
visions and declares that "It shall be
Tho section covering the perjury tho duty of oery Julg3 nnd District
provision reads as follows:
If any falso statement shall
knowingly be mado In any applica
tion for a llc:nso or for renewal
of license, the applicant, and In
th ci" of the application being
made by a corporation, associa
tion or club, tho porsons signing
the application, shall be guilty of
jterjury, and shall be subject to
Magistrate" to notify tho llcouss In.
spector of the, name nnd address of
n person founl guilty of drunkcnnail.
If ths person bo convicted twlco then
"It slinll be unlaw ful" for any licensee
to sell liquor to the person for a pe
riod of two j ears.
This section In full read tu jfol
Section C2v It shall bo tho dut
of cery Judge and District Mag
istrate beforo whom a ponton Is
found guilty of being Intoxicated,
to immediately notify the Inspec
tor In writing of the name and
icsldmce of tho person so found
guilty and It shall thereupon be
tho duty of sold Inspector to like
wise notify nil licensees. If nny
liersou shall be twice- convicted
of drunkenness. It Shall be unlaw
ful for an) llcenseo within two
ears after tho second conviction
tu sell any Intoxicating liquor to
xncli person. Any person Iolatlng
the "provisions of this section shall
be guilty of a misdemeanor and
upon conviction thereof shall bo
fined In a sum not exceeding One
Hundred Dollars ($100).
AIMS TO STOP
The section covering tho silo of
udulterntcd liquor places in the hinds
of the Board of License CoinuilsslunerH
ubtolute lower to prevent tho sulo of
Impure drinks. It includes a clear
and plainly stated method for tho do
termlnlng of alcoholic beverages that
do not conform lo the requirements
of tho United States (lovcrnmcnt.
The flrHt section of tho Inw referr
ing to adulteration glvoa the ordinary
Itizcn, who suspects that Impure, li
quor Is being sold the right to tnko tho
law Into his owu hands and present his
evidence to tho Inspector. The In
spector Is not handicapped by clng
compelled to sccuro tho samp'cj hlnj.
self but can authorize nny olhcjf rn-r
son to do so. ? E T I !
This section provides: '
Section 17. If a person who has
reason to bellovo that n llcenseo
Is selling Intoxicating liquor that
Is adulterated, shall call the. at
tention of the Inspector thereto,
said inspector, or nny person au
thorized by him In writing, shall
secure, from such llcenseo a earn-'
pie or samples of liquor for nnly
sls; and said Inspector may nt
any time procuro or so causo to
be procured samples of liquor for
In section 19 of tho law It provides
for the submitting of tho samples of
liquor believed to be adulterated to
tho Pood Commissioner or Analyst
and upon bis unprejudiced decision
losts tho tato of the suspected li
censee. Tho sqctlon provides:
Section 19 Tho Inspector shall
causo tho samples so obtained to
ho Immediately delivered to tho
Kood Commissioner or Anal) st, or
rome ntlior competent Analyst who
shall make an analysis of such li
quors, and tliall send a certified
report of such anal) sis to said In
spector, who shall fllo tho same
with tho Secretary of tho Board.
The revocation of tho llconso and
a fine not In excess of $000 Is tho
lay bo imposed tiuon the
vendor of tho Impure liquor nnd Is
'leaJt&IIA'lnltho following section:
: SJ-ejJjo-Jl 51. If the certificate of
miftlyvishdvB tho sample to con
tain liquor that Is adulterated ac
cording to tho laws of tho Unit
v.u ouea the Inspector shall pro
secute such licensee for selling,
offering for snlo or furnishing adul
terated liquor, as tba caso may
W nd, tho licensee from
whom 'so'ch iampla was obtained
shall bo guilty of a misdemeanor
nnd npon conviction thereof shall
be fined In a sum not to exceed
Six Hundred Dollars ($C00.00) and.
his license may bo rovokod.
The oxlstlns law also nrfont. nm.
tectlon to tho llconseo In this connec
tion. Tho two following scc'.lons cov
er tho method to bo adopted In se
curing tho samples of the suspected
Impure liquor nnd at U'e same tlmu
provent tho licensee Irom thinking
that he Is being unfairly dealth with.
Section 60 If tbo samples anal
)zed bo found free from the
adulteration prohibited by the laws
or tho United States, the certifi
cate reforrcd to In tho proceeding
section shall ro state, and tho
Board shall pay to tho licensee a
cum equal to the valuo or tbo sam
ples, nud It requested by teh ll
censeo. tho Secretary shall fur-
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