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T. H., TUE8DAY, APR. 4, 1011. EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU,
AN AUT ' ' '
To, Amf.nii-thk Titj.k, Skctio.nh .r.:AKi-.2,, Section fl, jas,
Ami:mh:i)' iiy" Acr 127 i- Tin: rinssiox Laws or ilJOl),
and Si.fcTifjN !l ok Act 2 J ok tiii: Hi:hio.v Lvwh or'
15)07, Hki.aii.no to tiii: Coi.mkiu ok AoiticuiruiiK am
He il Knaclcd by the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii:
Suction J. Tho title of Act 21 of the Session Ijiwh of 1007
is hereby umomlcil to read follows: "An Act to Establish u
Colic-go of Agriculture and .Mechanic Arts, to Ik; known ns tlio
College of Hawaii, and to Provide for the Government mid Sup
Section 1 pf uatcl Act is hereby amended to read
"Section 1. There is hereby established a college of agri
culture, jind iiiechnnio arts, to be known as the College of Ha
waii, which shall be under the general charge of a board of
regents, npjiointed in the manner prescribed in Section 80 of
J,the Organic Act."
Suction !!. Section 2 of said Act is hereby amended to read
"Section 2. The regents shall lie residents of the Territory
of Huwnii, and shall bo unpointed for terms of live years, or
tho unexpired periods thereof, in such manner that the term
of ono regent shall expire each yearv Such terms shall liegin
on the first day of .May in each year, and'tiie terms of the pres
ent regents, in the order of their appointments, shall continue
to and expire immediately preceding such day in each of tlio
five years beginning with 11)12."
Section '1. Section !J of said Act, as amended by Act 127,
Session Luws of 1 000, is hereby amended-to read as follows:
"Section il. Tho lioard of regents shall have the general
management and control, of the iilinirg of the college. They
shall have power to appoint a treasurer and such other ullieers
as mey deem necessary, and to require them to give bonds in
Mich amounts as they may presenile and in the form prescrik-d
by law for bond of public ofliecrs. They shall have power to
purchase, or otherwise acquire, lands, buildings, appliances and
other property for the purpwe of the. college, and expend such
sums of money as may lie- from timo to time placed at the dis
jwsiil of the college from whatever source. AH lum), buildings,
appliances and other piiijierty so purchased or. aciniired'shull
lie and remain the property of the Territorof Hawaii to bo
Jilted in perpetuity for the lienelit of the college.
ZMjerMUt moneys andjh'opurpo.Hy of.jiijjij grants mijhor
izcd by the Acts of Congress, approved jlttrcli 2, l'SS7, August
ilO, 1S00, and Jhireh 1(1, 1 !)()(!, respectively, known as the
Hatch Act, tho Second jlorrill Act, und'tlio Adams Act, re
spectively, providing for agricultural experiment stations in
connection with colleges of agriculture and mechanic arts, and
by any other Act or Acts of Congress, for bimilar purposes, tiro
hereby assented to."
Section fi. Section 0 of said Act is hereby amended to read
as follows: ,
"Section I), .jfomeys appropriated by tho Legislature for
tho college of Hawaii shall be payable by the territorial treas
urer, upon warrants issued by the territorial auditor, upon
vouchers approved by the lioard of regents. All moneys receiv
ed by or on behalf of the lioard or collem. nilmp Hum ib.w.. .-..
eeived from Iho United States government, shall lie paid into
the territorial treasury, and all Mich moneys are hereby appro
priated for the uso of tho college. Tho lioard of regejits. shall
eaue, to bo kept suitable liooksif account, and, shajl annually
submit to the Governor, to lio liy him submitted to tho Legis
lature, ir statement, showing its receipts from all sources, and
expenditures for all purposes." "
Section ()'. This
dale of its approval.
Act ijhall take effect from and after tho
Approved this iJlst day of .March, A. 1). 1011.
-' ". "' -' .- .4
WALTER F. FIIKAR,
Governor of tho Territory of JJawniJ. '
To Amend Act 110 or the Session Lawh or 1007, Rixatino
. TO lIlINTINO WITH ImKE-Aii.MH,
lie it Unacted by the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii:
Section 1. Section l of Act 11(1 of Iho Session Laws of
1007 is hereby amended to as to read as follows:
"Section I. All fees collected under this A,ct shall be paid
into tho treasury of tho county or city and county wherein cob
lected by tho treasurer-thereof, such fees to lw used for tho
preservation iimiiuportiitiuu of gauio birds 'within said county
or city and epunly.?' , ' ; ,'"'''
Sei'Tkin 2. 'Section 5 of Act 110 of tho Schsion Luws of
1007 is hereby amended so as to read in fojlows:
"Section ri. Any person who shall hpnt with fire-arms with
in any county or city and county, without having a pormit un
der this Act allowing him so to i"o, shall Jxj deemed guilty of a
misdemeanor, and shall lie piinii-hed iixm conviction by a fine
of not Jess limn bvont.y-fjvp dollars nor more than fifly'do)ltir,
or b,v iiiiprisomiieiit for not less than ten days nor more than
thrco months, for each offence."
Section il. Tlijs Acf shall take olTect upon the date' of its '
Approved this illsl day of jlarch, A. 1). 1011. , ,. , .
WALTISK P. JWKAIt,
Governor of the Territory of Hawaii.
. .. ' -v ,, Afi ACT
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To Pnoviiii: 'f6n the C).mi'uI.sohy Filing op Plans ok Smi-
inyisiijNH op ThactM or Lanii i'iio.m which Lots Auk. to
ii'e'Soi.I), ok Leased, iiy Lor Nu.miiek and JIluuic Nuai-
lie it Unacted by t1e Legislature of (he Territory of Hawaii:
Section 1. Whoever shall lay out or sulnlivide a tract of
land into lots or blocks and sbal1 sell by lot number or block
number or lease, by lot. number iind block miuuW any lot or
block in any such sub-division without first having filed in tho
Oflice of tho Registrar of Conveyances a plan thereof, drawn iu
iiccordaupp with thp provisions of Act 2il of the Session 1 -aws of
1005, or' any amendment thereto, shall bo guilty of a misde
meanor, ami iiou conviction shall lie fined put to exceed fifty
dollars for each lot or block or part thereof so bold or leased.
Section 2. Whenever it shall coiijo to the knowledge of tho
Registrar of ConxTyonces that any of the prnyisiom of this Act
have I urn violated, it shall bo his duty to notify tlio Attorney
General of the faoU
Section. This Act hliall take effect on October 1, 1011.
Approved this .'list day of jtarcli, A. I). 1011.
Governor pf the Territory'of Hawaii.
Rei.atixo to ICxi'K.NiMTiniEs or l'lini.ic 5Ionky, AmknuiVii
Section 1 ok Act 02 or tiii; Laws or 1001), and Addino
, a New Section TiieiieTo. ,. .
lie it Knactcd.by the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii:
Section 1. Section 1 of Act 02 of the Laws of 11)011 is here
by amended to-read as follows: ' ,
"Skctjon 1. No expenditure of public, money, except for
salaries or pay of oflicers or employees, or for permanent settle
ments, subsidies or other-claims or objects for yhich it -fixed
sum or sums must Ikj paid by law. or for other purposes vvhicji
(lo'not ailuiH of coiuetiioii, where tho suin to be cxeuded
shall be One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) or more, shall be
made, excepf under contract let after public advertisement for
sealed tenders, in the manner provided by law; and no expen
diture fqr public purposes shall be so divided or parcelled us to
defeat or evade thp jiroyisions of this Section. Provided, how
ever, that expenditures may lie made, with tbo approval of tho
lioard of Supervisors, iu tho case of a County or City and
County, or of the Governor, in the case of the Territory, "in ex
cess of such sum without so contracting, when the work to lie
done is of such a nature that its extent and character e.innot lio
known or specified beforehand with reasonable certainty, or
when no tender is received in response to such advertisement;
and provided, further, that any County or City and County
may, with the approval of its Hoard of Supervisors, make ex
penditures, for repairs and for road work iu excess of such sum
without so contracting, provided that, iu tho cao of new road
wprk, it shall first- so publicly advertise for sealed tenders and
shall keep a full and true account of the cost of thp work, if
done by itself, without awarding a contract therefor, and shall,
upon the completion of the work, pubibh a full and true state
ment of its cost and of the amounts of rejected tenders, if any.
Am provided, further, (hat nothing herein proyhled shall pre
vent tho Roard of Health, if, after publication of 11 eal for
tenders as herein provided for, it receives no bids froiiMiny re
sponsible bidder or only onp bid therefrom, frmu purchasing at
regular market prices, meats on the hoof or otherwise, and food
.tuffs, as may from time lo time bo required, for the Leper Set
tlement." Section 2. A new Section is hereby added to said Act, in
place of tho repealed Section 8, as follows:
."Section 8. Tho Auditor is hereby authorized (o make,'
alter and rppeal rubs,, not iicous,istent with law, further con
trolling ami regulating tho expenditure of Territorial moneys, ,
which r"pH, when approved by tho Governor and published,
shall hnvo the force of law, and violations thereof shall bo sul-
jeef tq the ppnulies prcs-crilied in Section 7 of this Ac')."
ScoN il. Ths Act shall take effect July 1, 1011.
Approved this itlst dy of jlurcli, A. J)f 11)11.,
WALTER v. 'ukn,
Goycrnor.of the Territory of Hawaii.
.:,'.'. ) AN ACT
, Tj) PlJl'ISp, JlfOll.ATK AND LlCE.NHE KmIOKAKT AIHNTS.
He il Unacted by the Legislature of (he Territory of Hawaii:
Section.' 1. A.uy. perspu who individually or acting through
or for another or" others, is engaged in soliciting, inducing, pro
eijring or jn hiring laborers (o go boyimd thp'limtts of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, whether under pro.uiNn pf employment or
otherwise, shiill be deemed an emigrant agent within the mean
ing of this Act.
Section 2. No pcrou shall enga'ge in business as an emi
grant agent without first obtaining a license fiom ihe Treasurer
of each county or city and .county in which such business it
entered into or carrird 011. No such license diall be i'sued until
the applicant therefor shall have complied Willi the following
First: Ilo shall file with said Treasurer a sworn statement
of (be person or persons employing him and the place to which
it is proposed that laborers shall be nnt or taken and of the
nature, lerms and conditions of the employment or inducements
to be given laborers he may recruit.
Second: He shall file with said Treasuier a Itoud iu the
penal sun; of Twenty-live Thousand Dollars ($2.,l)()0.(IO) run
ning to said Treasurer and his successors in ollice conditioned
that be will in all respects comply with the provisions of this
Act and that be will satisfy any judgments which may l ren
dered against him in any action either at common law'or under
statute for enticing, inducing or persuading laborers from their
employers or for inducing laborers lo break their contract of
Third: lio shall pay an annual license fee of Five Hundred
F'vory such license shall lie issued subject to all rules, regula
tion, conditions and restrictions which may lie Niihciucutly
imposed by law.
Section "5. Every emigrant agent shall, Is-fore any laboier
recruited by him leaes the Territory of Hawaii, register iu tho
Ollice of Iho Treasurer tp name, age, nationality of each labor
er recruited by him, the name and address of the last employer
of such laborer, and the "Litis and cause of his leaving bis employ
ment, together'witli 11 statement of the proposed place of employ
ment, if any, tlio nature, terms and conditions of the employ
ment promised and inducements offered to ai!) laborer, together
with the ccrliticato of some person qualiticd as an interpreter
that such statement has been by him read to such laborer in Ihe
languagp'of his nationality. A charge of fifty cents (of)) .shall
be made for each name so registered.
Section I. livery emigrant agent shall give a bond in (he
sum of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) lo each and every la
borer recruited by him conditioned for the faithful performance
of any contract or promise made with or given lo any laborer so
nvniiteil. A duplicate original of each and uvcrv IniihI shall lie
HI. ..I :.. .!... Ml! f . I ', I 1 1 1 .
linn in mi' wiiu-i- 01 sain 1 rciisiircr ucioro sain laoorer leaves
- ".'" ' f-.l.'. I .1 H-Mlll-l IfVIIIIU sum ljll.llll'1 ICJUU.I
Territory of Hawaii, togejher with a receipt of the laborer
iving that said bond has been delivered to him.
Section.;. "'o emigrant agent shall recruit and takeaway
from fho Territory of Hawaii any minor without the written
conseiiMif the parents or guardian of -aid minor, and iu case
said minor ha- no parent or guardian, then of the Attorney
General of the Territory, and said emigrant agent shall file said
written coiisent""in the Oflice of said Trcasuicr.
.Section (!. No emigrant agent shall induce, entice or per
suade or attempt to induco, entice or persuade, any servant or
lalxMcr who vluill have contracted either orally or in writing to
serve his employer for a specilie length of ilme. to leave the
service of said employer during tho ierm thereof, without the
consent of said employer, iior shall Jit aid or aliet any such ser
vant or laborer iu leaving said service during the term thereof,
without tho consent of said employer.
Section 7. Any bonds given or required under the provision
of this Act shall lie subject to approval both as to form and suf
ficiency by said Treasurer, but no such bond shall lie approved
unless there shall bo at least two sureties upon the same, each of
whoiu shall be a resident and freeholder within such county and
shall justify before the Treasiirer'as worth iu real estate situate
in Mich county tho amount of such bond over and above all Hums
for which such surety i liable. For Iho purpose of inquiring
into the siilliciciicy of such sureties, said Treasurer is hereby
authorized to administer oaths and to examine under oaths per
sons offering themselves as such sureties.
. Section 8. In ease of any breach of condition of liny bond
given under the provisions of this Act, it shall lie iho duly of
tlio Treasurer, upon demand, to enforce said Ismd either in his
own name or iu the name of any person as obligee' therein by
appropriate proceed iiig in any court of competent jurisdiction
for Ihe use and benefit of the perspu injured by such breach. ' "
Sei-ho.n 0. Any person who shall engage iu business-as an
emigrant agent, without first obtaining a license as in this Act
provided, or wlp shall violate any provision of this Act, shall
be guilty ofa piisdemeapor, and upon conviction shall forfeit
his license, if he has one, and bball be punished by a fine not
exceeding Ono Thousand Dollars ($1000.(10) or by imprison
ment for not more than one year, or by both such line and iiif
Section 10. A't Fifty-seven of Iho Laws of 1005 is hereby
repealed, except as to tho.offenses committed, acs done in vio
lation of, or rights accrued or csfablMied under tho provisions
of said Act, and causes whether civil or criminal either pending
at (he timo this Act sfiall go inti) effect, or subsequently brought
to enforce any of tho provisions of said Act; and as lo every
Mich offcuo, act, and right, and actions to enforce the same, said
Act above specified shall continue and remain iu full force.
Section 1 1. hvpry emigrant agent holding a license as such
ljmlcr existing law shall comply with tip provisions of this Art
oxeppt that all vested or contract rights, if any, Huill be pro
frerved to him, and that the license fee hereinabove required
shall not be payable by him during the unexpired term of his
Section 12. 'Phis Act shall lake rffect upon its approval.
Approved this 1th day of April, A. I). 1011.
WAIl'KIl F. FRKAR, '
Governor of the Territory of Hawaii.
IN COPLEY PRINTS
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMINQ CO.
1050 Nuuanu Street
Arts & Crafts Shop
Alexander Young Building
in tiii: trxiTKD status iiistuict .
COURT, KOR Till: TERRITORY
Till: UXITKI) STATUS op A.MUR-
ica, iiiiiiiiin( s. Cecil, iirowx,
Trustees, el nl , DuicliduiitH. Ac
tion broiiHlit In twill DlMrlcL
Court, mill tho l'elllloii filed in
tlio olllto of the Clerk of euld
District Court, In Honolulu.
Till: t'RUSIDUXT OF TIIK UXtTKU
STATUS, (IRUUTIXU: - '
CUOII. IIROWN, 1IUNRY M. VOX
IIOI.T anil AMtUIlT X. CAMI'
llKI. I., Trustees under Ilia lust
Will ami Testament of JAMUs.,
CAMI'IIUI.L, ileiense.1; AUKIAIIj
V. KAWAXAXAKOA; KAI.AKA
IJA KAWAXAXAKOA, KAflO
I,AN1 KAWAXAXAKOA, other- ,
wisp calleil KAPIOLAXI KAWA
XAXAKOA CAMI'IIUIX, nn.l l.l
I.IIJ KAWAXAXAKOA. minor
rlillilrrn of AIIIOAII. W. KAWA-
XAXAKOA; AI.ICU T. MACt'AR
I.ANK; WAI.TKR V. MACi'AR
1.ANU, liimlinml of AI.1CK T.
M A C V A R LAN U WAl.TUltf
JA.MUS .MACTAKLAXU, AMCC
U.MAI.IU MACrARLAXU ntiil
MURIKI. llUATIUCrt MACKAR
1.AXU, minor clillilren of AI.ICU
T. MACIWRLAXU ami WAI.TUR
T. .MACKAHI.AXU; .MirRll.Ti
SlliXOI.i:; ROIIURT W. SIIIX
CI.i:, litixlinml or MCRIUI, SHIN
(il.U; MI'IIIUI. MUI.VIN SIIIN
tll.: iiml ROIIURT W SIIIXIJUU,
.liinlor, mlniir clillilren' of MtJIt-
iuti siiixoi.i: ami roiiurt v.
SIIINOI.U; IIUATRICU MARY
CAMIMIUI.L; OAIIU RAILWAY
AND LAND COMPAXY, n enrior
ntlon existing ami ilnlnt! biislnuss
under uml by lrtue of tlio lawn
of tlio Tcrritor) or Huunll; ROII
URT W. ATKINSON' ami WAL
TUR V. I'RHAR, Trustees; HA
WAIIAN' Fllllti: COMPANY, LI.M
ITUD, 11 corimriitlon oxIhIIhr nnil
ilnliiB ItiiHliiuRM uiiiler r.nd by vlr
tin- of (lie I.-iuk of flio Territory
of Hawaii; UWA I'LANTATIOX
COMPANY, n iiirioriilliiu cxIhIIiik
uml iIoIiik business under uml by
lrtui! of tlio luws nf tl(i) Territory
of llnnnll; mid JOHN IIROWX.
JAMKS WHITU. IIUXRY SMITH.
DAVID JONUS. MARY (tRUUX,
JANU I1LACK, MARTHA W'lt.
LIAMS, mul ALICK DAVIS, mi
tt Known owners ami clnliuiints.
Ynu me, hereby directed tn niH-nr
mid nnsner tho Petition in mi iiLtinn
entitled as nboo, broiiRlit iiKiilnst you
In tho United States District Court. '
for tho Territory of Hawaii, within
twenty days from mid after serWio
upon jou of 11 cerlllled cojiy of Pluln
tiff's Petition herein, together with a
ecrtllled copy of this Summons.
Ami jou urn, heieby notified tluii
iinlifii jou appenr mid miswer 113
iiboio required, (be said Philutirr will
tiikii judKiiient of condemnation of tlio
liuidii dercribed In the I'etltlna herein
am! for any other relief duniamled In
witni:ss tiii: hoxoraiilu
8AXF0RD 11. DOLU mid TIIK HOX
ORAIILU CHARLUS P. CLUMOXS.
Judncs of said DlBtrlct Court, this
23rd d.iy of Murrh, In tho year of our
Lord one thousand nine hundred and
olou'ii and of tho Indciendenro of tho
United States tlio ono hundred mid
(SlBiicd) A. K. MtlRPHY,
"No. 7., UXITKI) STATUS DISTRICT
COURT, for the Territory of Ha
waii. TIIK IINITUI) STATUS OF
AMURICA vs. CCCIL IIROWX,
Trustee, ct at. SUMMONS. ROII
URT W. IIRUCKOXS.. IJnltuU
THU IINITUI) STATUS OF AMUR
ICA, Territory of Hawaii,
City of Honolulu, hs.
I; A. U. MURPHY. Cleric of tint
United States District Court for tho
Territory and D(rlet of Hawaii, do
hereby ccrtlry tho fiiroRoliiK in bo 11
full, truo and correct copy of tho
original Suuiuioiih In tho case of THU
IIXITUD STATUS OF AMURICA vs.
CUCIL IIROWX. Trustee, et nl., ns tho
sniiiii remains of record mul 011 lllo In
Ilia oirico of tbo Clerk of said Court.
IN W1TNUSS WIIURUOF, I Imwi
hereunto set my hmiil mid alllod tbo
seal of Kiild District Court this srilli
day of March, A. I). 1911.
'8rl A. U MURPHY,
Clerk of United States District Court, '
Territory of Hawaii.
lly F. U DAVIS,
NEW - TODAY
TRUASritY DUPAItTMUXT Olllco
of the Public lle.iltli and Marine. loi
IdtuL Service, Kiiluwiin, T It., Mar. l,
Jail. KiniUiI iriims.iU will Iro received
at Ihl.i niilro until noiiii or April 1:,
1'Jll. to furnish KtihsUteiicu supplies,
etc. for Hie use nf the I.Crnsy IIom
Idtal at MolnUul, T. II. durliiB tlio
llscal jear endlUK June 30. 1812 Sched
ules and further Information may bo
obtained upon upplUiitluu to tho un
iUtkIkiipiI. DONALD H. CDRItlK.
Panned AHdlHtnnt KiirKeon, P. )l uml
M. II S., Klreitor IS92-H
COItflM.lfr IMlVY-iJV TOMfUIT.
At 7:30 o'clock this olotiliiK, Dep
uty Slierlft Roso wllf hold n coronor'H
Iniiuosl In tho Shorlff's olllco fpr thu
puriHuo of lienrliiR the testimony re
carding tho unoxpected dqath of Clif
ford Livingston, who was killed yes
terday by a train. Tho wltnessos
hmo been sorved with subpoenas,
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