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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, APR. 14, 1911.
Entered for Record April 12, 1011,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Tone Knu In Ilhlmp S. I'd Hiu- I.
HIsntnatKU Illniiin to lllslmp U
II Miyamoto tn IIMinp K. e'n. ...Hiir I.
II Mlynliintii In lllxlmp Ac t'i AIi
Trout Trust l'o Mil, tr, to U II
I.puIm, tr I)
Kitllipiiprliu (U) ct ill to Pliinccr
Mill Co Mil I.
Amies I' Hill MllHcllliacll llllll lisll
to II llnckfclil R Co Mil CM
l: C llriius ntnl f to Jono Monties
iuhI uf D
Unlm Colleup liy trs to I-eter O
Jones Mil v J'
Aim tlcan HuKnr Co Mil rt nl mlv
United HtntPH uf Aiiu'ilon. ,. ..luilKint
A 1 CiiRtro, Kiln, to 1, C Itmns....Uil
Entered (or Record April 13, 1911.
From 9 a. m. to 10i30 a. m.
Joint e,1uspnr to J (1 lli'iirliiulro. ... I,
Recorded March 21, 1911.
Wnrron Ilcuroril to mi llainiii
Yoiiiik Co I.til, C M; G illiiili-r inoilrl
V S'trxoiis-Diiryon limrlni; inr No 13,
f.i2. Trr of Hawaii; $1000. Jl 317, p 3.
Miir 17, 1911.
Kill I.niiR AM iiml lisli (II V) to
Helen r. Carpeiiler, M; 11,000 wi rt of
kill '.i Til. routs, etc, Kanmkili, llmm
lulu, Ciiiliu; 12000. 11 317, p K7. Mnr
Vnlter IIiirKl to 1' T. II Htr.incli. tr.
Tr in pur 11 l Msr., Kill 1731, furni
ture, llxtures, etc, Honolulu, Oaliu; $1.
11 33S. p 130 Mar 31, 1911
TIioui.ih Hula iiml uf to I'lnnoor MilR
.V l.o.in Avmi of Hawaii, M; lot 15 iiml
por lot 13, lilk 103, hlilR, ele, I.011I1I
AM-. II lulu, O.ilui; ('&. It 347, p
70 Miir 20. 1911
Wllllmu (5 Anilrnilo mul wf to Knl
iiiukl l-ninl Co I .hi, I); lot 13, lilk 101,
Ori'iin Vltw Trmt, Honolulu, Onlm;
JT.OO. II 338. n 131 Miir 20, 1911
Trent Trust Co Mil mul an tr to II
Cr.iHsuly mul f. I): por nr SUM mul
up 1. It ( nr.97, kill "0, Kulli llil, etr
Honolulu, Onlm; II. II 33D, p 435. Jim
II Criwiity mul wf to Trent Trust
Co Mil, M; por kt 2M'.'J mul up 1. It 1'
.:.!". kill 7. rents, ete, ICiillu Itil, i te,
Houoliilu. Oiiliu; 1 1 1.000. 11 347, p 73.
Jan 11, 1911.
Noliopuo ! Mini nnil lisli to Maria
(louvel.i (nlilmv)i 1; llil In por up 7,
kill 7073. anil II I 072. kill 7073. IiIiIrs,
,lc. Kuliiilul 2, N Kon.i, lliiuiillj J50.
II 310, llil Mar !. 1911.
OcorBe Kelepolo mul wf In Mm Kc
kalkullialii II IjiiiI. 1! Int III kill 3301
mul It I 70118. kul 9219. Knu. HnwiiU:
11 II 310, p 417. May 23, 1910.
IVhl.illl Kealaulu (w) to Hannah Aim
1 1 ul. H: Int In 42-100.1 of It I' (kull
4IJ'., Wulliee, Wnlluliu. Maul; 200. II
31V. p 119. Mnr in, 1911.
James 11 I.ovo In Kiihulul Jlullro.ul
Co Mil. Mi 1.114a land. IiIiIkk. etc, Ku
ii.ilieaiui. Wiilliikn. Mnuli M0. II 347.
p 1)4 Mnr 14. 1911.
1 Knpnl et al hy mtlico to Mrs Allco
N AnihewK. I): Int 111 1-2 Int In gr
Sii.'O. Ilonimula. Maul; 25. II 338, p
125 June 21. 1893.
I) Kapol it al hy intgee to Mrs Allco
N AwlicwK. D; hit In (,-r 125(1. llonua
ula. Maul; $2.'. II 33S, p 127. Juno 21,
Hawaiian Coinril .; KiiKiir Co. mtRoe,
to Mrs Alice N AnihewK, I); Int In Br
1220, Ilnnuillllll. Mullf; 1-5. U 338. p
427 June 21, IM5
Alice N Andrews to Ixirrlii A An
drown, I); hit hi kih 122fi mul 2fi20.
lloiiii.iul.i, Maul; ?l. II 338, p 428.
IVh 2, 1911.
A K niiwii nnil wf to A r Tuaren,
li; cr 39J, Kainiiolc. Kuln, Mnul; J100.
II 331. n 433. Mar 18, 1911.
Manuel M (Jouvelii to Maria Klhn,
1): iior lot 20. Rr 3223. Kalahen, Kona
Kiiuiil; i. H 338. p 421. Mar 3. 1011
(? II JellllhlRH to Then II P.ivles &
Co Mil, A M; inlKn Wllllntn Cliarnian
et al on por sliaro In liul liinil, Mnliiiti
lepu, Knlo.i, Knuali Int In H Ph (Krs)
Ii73, 1091, mul 2 pea Intnl. Wollwnll, Ko
Ion. Kiiuiil; 1. II 317, P 70. Mar IS.
C 11 .lennliiRH Co to Then 11 Du
Ich & Co Mil, II 8; leasehold, furni
ture, livestock, clilc-les, milinry, stuck
In trade, elc, Kolo.i, Kauai: J22.50O. II
33fi, p 111. Mar 18. 1911.
Then II I)iiIch St Co Mil to C II
JeruiliiRH . Co. ltd; leasehold, fuml-
iin., livr-HtiuU. ehicleH. tnclinry. slock
In Iniite ete. Koklll. Kalinl: 22,D0O. II
33d. li 412. Mnr 18, 1911.
Rccuidcd M-rcli 22, 1911.
Kit or J 11 Concj hy tra et al to
I,n in a I) Hlieiinaii, l. !"" ap 2 mul
pots up .1, kill lU.'.'p, Nlolop.i, Honolulu,
ii.ilm: I10QO. II 3J, P 410. Juno 22,
lt of AURUst Drek-r hy tr to CSeorRo
1) (Icur, ltd: lot 12. hlk 14, Kulniukl
Tiiict. HiiikiIiiIii, O.ihu; 11650. II 347,
p 7 Mar 21, 1911.
Henry Wntrlimio Trust Co Mil, tr,
to Mary Warn". Iltl; lots Vi nnil 13.
hilt II, Kiihnukt Tract, Honolulu,
Onlm; J1S0O. II 347, p '79. Mar 21.
Jas W Pratt, tr, nnd wf' to Henry
Wnterhouse Trpst Co M1, Mj, lila 12
...,.i ii mi, u. IiIiIkh. etc.- Kulniukl
Tniet, llunoliiln, O.ihu; 2B.000 ki ft of
lot ;, Br .1730, lililK. l-W. C"r ueuiu
nnd Kewnlo HIh, lluiiolulit, uiinu; J.
300 II 3t7, P 79 Mnr SI, 1911
Trent Tiust Co Mil, tr. to Kulniukl
i ,.i i.til. Ii: lot W23. 1,1-ahl Kiirm
Tr.ld. Iliinoliilii, O.iluii i97 II 338, P
44fi Mnr 20, 1911.
Col Kiiii.il and wr and hy tr tn C II
Pin in. I; P"r It P 3579, kills 3310 and
53(11, Ilercttinla lid, Honolulu, Oaliu!
J500. 11 338. p 447 Nov 10. 1910
A II (llalMcr to von Hnmin-Ynunn
Co Mil, C Mi 4-cvllnder 30 h p model
50 Ovrllnilil loipedn No 50178, Ter of
lltiwnll: 770 II 339, p 420. Mnr 10,
(Continued on Pago , 12.)
UitANTiMi a FiiA.NCiiisi; rem Tin; f'o.NSTiiiiorio.v, jIaintk.v
anoi: am Oi'KiiATiu.v in' a Stjikut Railway Svstiim i
tiik JJisntiOT ok South Iluii, Cou.nty oi' Hawaii.
Ik il Unacted hy the Leyixfoturc uf the Territory of Hawaii:
Si.cnox 1. Wlit-rpviT in tlii- A-t tin followiiij; wonk mul
plirn-i't nniK-iir, or nrc iim-iI, tlicy shall lo held to have the fol
lowing unwilling link's- tho context clearly indicates otherwise:
(ii) "Aifocintimi" shall mean and,. include Txliitii1 S. Con-net-s,
II. JoIiiimiii, and their acsoointcs and iissitnis, or such
corporirtioii as may he orpuiied hy them to take over and ex
el oNe tho rights anil,irivih-ges coliferrcd by this Act;
(li) "Oovonitir" shall mean the governor designated as such
in the Organic Act;
(c) ".Siiiei-inli'ii(h'iit" shall mean the person from time to
time acting as the superintendent of public works of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, referred to in the Organic Act, or any lawful
siicces-or in power or duly; '
ifd) "Railway" shall mean the rails, (racks, roadway, with its
appurtenances, appliances and 'connections and the poles and
underground or ou'rhcad equipment, which may licplaccd in,
along, or iiMin the highways, streets, roads, thoroughfares and
places on tho island of Hawaii under the provisions of this
-Act; ' '4
(o) "District" shall mean that portion of the Island of Ha
waii which is included in the political subdivision known as tho
.South Hilo District us now delincd in Act SI of the (Session
(f) "Hoard." t-Iuill mean the Hoard of Supervisors elected
for (lie County of Hawaii and acting under the provisions of
Act ill) of the Session Laws of IJlO.'i and all amendments there
to, or any lawful succeitor in power or duly.
Si.fiiov 2. Subject to the provisions, conditions, require
ments and limitations in this Act contained, the right and auth
ority is hereby grunted to the Association to take over and ex
ercise the rights and privileged conferred by this Act! to con
struct, maintain and operate a railway and railway system, for
the transportation of passengers, freight, mail and for other
purposes, upon and. along the streets, roads and places herein-
after descrilicd and ilulicatcd, either of single or double track,
or partly single and partly double track, with such curves,
switches, timiotils, spurs, m1cs, wires, with underground or
overhead conductors of power, and nil equipment, appliances
iiml appurtenances as may from time to time 1k necessary or
suitable for the ellicient nso and operation of a street railway
system. Tho railway shall be laid, constructed, maintained and
operated upon and along the following streets, roads and places
in said district, namely:
(a) T'roin a point on "Front Street ICxtclision 'not over two
miles front tho County bridge across the Wailou River along
said Front Street Intension, and along Front Street to its in
tersection with Waiaiiiicnuo Street: thence maiikii along Wai
aiiucnne Street and the extension thereof for a distance of three)
and one-half miles; and along any road, street or highway licrc
afler laid out or e-oiistrni'led. between said Front Street Ex
tension and tho waterfront ;
(li) From a point on said Front Rtre-ct Fxteiision over, across
and through the government land of Waiakea, subject to ex
isting leasehold rights therein, to any wharf or wharves here
after constructed in Knhio Hay, iimhi such exact location as
may be approved by the Superintendent;
i . i .
(ej) From the- intersection of Cocoanut Island Road with
Front Stit'i't Kxte-nsion along said Cex-oauut Island Road to
Wharf Street and along any road or street now or here'iifler
laid out or constructed and leading from said Cocoanut Island
JiVad; .. -. 'Jal
(d) Along Wharf Street, from its junction with Cocoanut
Island Road to its junction with Front Street, and along the
unnamed street leading from Wharf Street tenFront Street Ex
tension parallel with the Wailoa River;
(e) From a point on llie Volcano Road not exce-e-ding mto
litilo on the I'niiii side of the Waiake.i .Mill, along sniil Volcalio
Ronel. to Volcano Street and along said Volcano Street to its
junction with Hridge Street; thence along Hridgo Street to its
inlerstetion with Waiaiiiicmio Strcoti
(f) Front the intersection of Waianiienuo and Pitman
Streets, along snid Pitman Street to Wailuku Street, thenco
niaiika along Wailuku Street, to the junction therewith of Wai
ii ii k it Road; thence along said Waiuakii Road to Houolii Uulch;
(g) Whenever the majority of adult persons who arc bund
fide rei-idi'iils within a distance of live hundred feet from any
stre-et or rei.nl, orectiou of any stivet or road, in said district
shall, in writing, petition the Association to construct a railway
upon or along said stree't or roael, or siction of street or road,
and tho (ioveruor shall npprovo thereof, such railway may ho
constructed thcrccm ami tlici-caftcr maintained during the un
expired term' of this franchise.
Si.i'tio.v !!. The motive power for tht operation of said rail
way, for any ami all purposes, shall lio ele'ctricity, npplie-el either
by tho overhead trolley syste-in or tho unde-rgroiiiul conduit sys
tem, or by storage batti'ries, or by such other method or methods
as may be an improvement upon e'ithor; or tho motive power
may Ih supplied by compressed air or such other motive power
us the Association may from time tei time elect, subject always
to the prior e-oiii-ent and approval of the Governor; ami pro
vided nlsV), that the railway may be operated in part by ono
motive power and in part by another or others, with the consent
ami. approval aforc-aid; and provided, further, that uf car,
I'ligine or other vehicle) omitting smoke, steam, or offensive
eulors lo such a ele-isii-e as to be a public nuisance, or with ani
mals attached, shall U operateel or used upon the tracks of the
Si ctiok -1. (a) The railway, together with till its branches,
parts ami connections, shall K thoroughly nnd substantially
constructed according totthe lost modern practice, with rails
luvel with tho surface of tin- street where laid, and li such man
ner as to can-e the least obstruction to the free use of llie stri-e'l,
roaels and places where laid; ami the location in the stris-ls shall
lie such as may lx dire-ctcd, or approved by the Hoard, subject to
the provisions of this Act.
(h) All passengi'r imi-s shall lie of approii'd and modern
construction for the comfort, convciiieiie'e' and. -afcly etf passen
gers, nnil Ik- provided with fenders mid brake's, and in the i-aso
of cars weighing more than :S0,l)l)0 pounds, with air brake's, of
the be-st pattern, with proper lighting and signaling appliances,
and with proper nuinliors, rouli IsmriU or signs, all as shall lie
approved by the Governor, which approval may from time to
timo bo liiodilied in aci-oiihiuce with the U-st engineering
(c) The Association shall pay all expenses and damages and
save the Territory and any siih-iliision thereof harmless and
indemnified, from all loss, eot, ilaiiuige and expense occasioned
by er arising from tlievoiistructiou, maintenance-, Use and oper
ation of the railway; and shall nIo make and pay for all grad
ing, filling, paving, repairing ami other work occasioned by or
reepiircel for the nmsiructiou, alte-rnlion,' maintenance, user or
operation of tho railway mid every part thereof.
And the Association shall so provide for their eh-e-lric cur
rent and provide such conductors Iheicuf, ami of return cur
rents that avoidable injury or deterioration vhall not occur, nor
be eloni' to the water pipe-, se-wer pipe's, gas pisls, or either
property of the Teriitory or of any polilie-al sub-division there
of en- of any person or corporation and shall save the Territory
anil any such sub-divi-iou or any person or corporation, harm
less and indi'innilie'el from all loss, cost, damage and expenses
hy reason thereof.
(el) In constructing or repairing said railway, not more than
one hleK'k shall 1k cIim-iI to tratlic at any one lime, and all es
tablished crossings shall be maintained, or substitute- cms-tings
provieleel eluriug tho pmgicss of the woik, and tho work in any
block shall Ih) carried on coiiliuuoiislv until completed.
Whenever any road or street shall he less than eighteen feet
in width in surfaced roadway, the track of the, railway (ex
cept swilclu-s or turnouts) shall Ik- laid as nearly as possible
parallel with but not upon said, surfaced roaelway.
(e) The construction of the railway shall 1k commenced and
at least the slim of Twenty Thousand Dollars (VJO.ODO.tlll)
shall lmvo lioon expended or contracted to be expended within
two ye-ars after the approval of this franchise by the Congress
ef tho Pniteel Stales, ami .it lent two miles shall be completed,
e-quipped ami reaely for ihc(traiisortatiou of passenger within
two years after such commencement.
Within ninety days after the approval of this Act by the
Congress of the I'liited Stale's, the AsMK-iation shall exeetito
and d-livi'i- a Ixmil to the County of Hawaii in the sum of Five
Thoiisanil Dollars' (.t.l.OOO.UO), to lie approved by the Gover
nor as In form and siit'.iciency, conilitioncd for such completion,
equipment ami complete) operation of at least two miles of said
railway within saiil two years; ami in case of a failuru to com
ply with these requirements, this franchise shall ccaso and bo
null ami void.
At le-ast two lulditioiial uiili-s of the railway shall lie com
plctcel, cepiippcel and reaely for operation within six yeaw from
tho approval of thi franchise by the Congress of the Unites!
iSfate's. anil in e-aso"(f failure to comply with such reepiiremeiit
the- privile-ge-s granted by Sertion 2 of this Act shall erase- as to
any streets, roads, thoroughfares or places not then occupied.
Provided, that if there is anv period during which work shall
bo suspended by reason of actions, suits or injunctions, imped
ing or delaying construction en use, the time so lost shall not bo
counted as part of tho periods of limitation aliovo spccilleel.
(f) The tracks'shall Hot ewe-el four feet, eight and one-half
ini'hes in width Ix-tween the rails, and tho style ef rail to bo
Ureel, the maimer and detail of track foundations, substructure
and construction shall bo stibjevt to tho approval of the Hoard;
provided, however, that the weight of such rails shall not bo
less than fifty-six pounds per yard and, that the tracks shall bo
laid Hush with tho streets, and the paving, 'grade and macadam
izilig of the e'lilirn space lictwocii the tracks, and hctwee'ii 'tho
outside) rails of double tracks, if more than one track lie laid,
and for one foot outside eif the- outer rails, ami switches, turn
out ami sidings, anil emtnlo tho rails wherever occupii'd by
thei track or sulHrtictiuc, shall correspond and Ik- lnaiiitaincil
at all times with the grade) and character of paving, or nuiciiehim
of the remaining portion of the street, except in eitherwise di-ivctcd-by
the Hoard; provided, however, that when the trucks
Shall lie' laid parallel to but not upon any surfaird roadway,
tlie'aNive- provision relating to paving and. inacaihimiziiig shall
not apply. The Hoard inay in writing require any work to bo
dom or repair-. ele- le conform to the ri-quiroiiicnts of this
Section, and the same shall lie made- by the Association within
a reasonublo time from the receipt of Mich order.
(g) Whenever il shall ho necessary to cioss the tracks of any
other railway or railroad, tho Association May emmlruet aild
lay ilown, at their own iixk-iiso, proper ci'nssiiigs and intersect
jlg trite-ks, laid in a substantial and workmanlike manner and
ie-e-ording to the- ln-st engineering practice, li'ilioviiig the) rails
so enisled for that piii'Miso; but such removal and const ntction
shall bo so eloiie as to interfere) as little1 as possible with tho
Irnlliu of such other railway or railroad; and after siie-h cross
ings are laid the expe-iiso of maiiili'iiaiice thereof shall bv Imruu
equally with the owner of saiel track.
'(h) Trolley wiics shall lie of a height of not less than Hi foot
aliovo the street. All guard wires, iiImc ami on both sides of
the trolley wire, shall be such as the Hoard may deem expedi
ent or iii'ccsary. The sie and locution of such wires, and the.
manner eif suppuiting them, shall bo subject to the approval of
tho Hoard. ' '
Si.i.'tiiin fi. The As-ociatiou at all times shall maintain and
operate) siii-Ii number of e-urs upon the railway for the carriage
of passongi'is its the- public, e-einvi'iiicnco may reipiire.
Si-ction fi. Thi Hoard, with iho iiiproval of the Governor",
fronrtime lo time may make reasonable- general rules governing
the- spee-d at which cars may Ixt operated, and with like ni
pioval may make reasunablu special rulca of similar character
!,. ' - .-. '.. -. ,.....,..Uu..i.J,i dM
for partlctihir seclimis of the distrie-t; feir each violation of any
such rule llie Association shall Ik- subject to a fine of not more
than One Hundred Dollars, lo Ik- recovered in tho District Court
of South Hilo, at the suit of the County Attorney of tho County
of Haw'aii, or its successor, or any other person to the u-e of
the County of Hawaii, or its siiews-or;
Provide'd, however, that nothing herein contnini-d "hall Is
eont moil as exempting the Association from liability for los,
damage or injury to persons or property occasioned by the As
sociation in operating its railway, whether the rate of speed eif
ears shall or shall not Ihj in excess of tho limits prescrik-d in
Hi t-Tio.s 7. The Association inav-cliarae, as rates of fare
for traiisiortiilioii of passenger iimii the- ears eif, the railway,
the following: For a continuous trip anywhere k-twecn any
twe extreme points within a r.idiu eif three' miles from the in
tersect ion of Front mid Waianni'iino Streets, not to excoeel tho
sum of live (.") cents; provieh-d, that ehililren under seventeen
years oftigo, going to and from school, shall not be required to
"pay over half fare, for which purpose ticket shall k- sold; anil
pi'ovide-d. further, that ehildieii iineler four yi-ars of aac, mi-compaiiii-d
by a peron paying faro, shall k- allowed to ride
fre-e-. Rates 'of fare outside of such ratlins may be fixed from
time to time by the Association, subject to tho approval of the
lK)ii a continuous tiip, persons riding iihii the earn shall
be e-ntitleil In ns-eivo transfers from one car to another within
the radius almc mentioned, at any inl or points when- ono
line eif the railway eonnis-ls with, cnnes or intersects any other
line thereof, without the payment of extra faro for such trans
fer; providcel. that snob passenger shall take the first available
car passing the transfer point for which such transfer ha ken
Policemen, lireinen and letter e-arrieis, when em eluty, ami in
full uniform, shall lo entitled te free passage ocr any of thu
lines of the railway.
Tho Association, it.s agents and employers in charge of any
car may rcfii-o passage to any por-on or )ersons who u-fu-e to
pay the- lawful fine, to any drunk disorderly or diseased -r-
son or per-ons, or vagrants or criminals, and may eject with
fem-o, if necessary, any such person or persons from tho car.
If the As-ooiation, or any agent or employee- then-of, shall ele
maiiil or charge a gre-ale-r siini of money for fare on the e-ars eif
the Association than that lixcil by this Act, the Association, siu-li
age-nt or employee shall forfeit to the person thus overcharged,
llie sum of not more than One llnnelrod Dollars nor less than
Twenly-fio Dollars, to lx- rerovorod in a civil action in any
Court having-jnriMliction thereof.
.Upon the tr'inl of mi aition for any of the sums forfeited as
provieleel aliovc, pres-if that the per-on eleniandiiig or revciving
the Money as fare or for the- sale- ef a ticket was at tho timo of
making the deiiiiiuil or receiving the money, eiigagesl in an nf-
lice eif the AvKs-ialion, or em any vehicle) In-longing to it, shall k)
prima facie evidence- that such person was the agent, servant or
employee of tho Association to receive the money and the ticket
Skotio.n S. The Association, with tho approval of the Gov
ernor, shall make reasonable) and just regulations regarding tho
operation of tho railway ami on failure of the Association to
niakii tho same within a reasonable- timo after tho receipt of,
written uotie-ei from the Governor so to de, the) lioarel, with tho
approval of the Governor, may make such regulations. All reg
ulations may k changed from time to time as tho public in
terests may demand, at the discretion of the Governor.
The cars lawfully occupying ami using the railway shall
have- the right eif way iimiii it.s tracks, with lino regit rel ami
warning to other vehicles and to pedestrians, except that in eao
of tire-, such right shall yield to lire engiue-s and patrol, ami in
cases of emergency, to the police authorities.
Si.otio.v II. The eiitiri- plant, system, trae-ks, rolling sleick,
poles, wire-, conduits ami other apparatus of the Association
shall at all times Ik- subject tei inspection by tho Hoarel or its
reproscntatiu- ele-sigiinted for that purpose.
Scotion 10. The- Association shall also have the. power to
acquire, construct, maintain ami operate at Mich' place or places
as may from time to time k ele-eiue-el necessary, adeeputte jiower
stations or houses and such other buildings and strnctuies as
limy k convenient, necessary and desirable for the conduct of
, its business, and may install and use therein machinery for such
Si.erno.N 1 1. Tho Association may acquire, take, hold, sell or
otherwise; dispose of uny proHrty, real, personal or uii.Mil,
deemed necessary, convenient, desirable or incidental to tho
proper e-oinliict of its business anil shall have the power to Ixir
row inone-y when deemed exKslionl, and. secure tho payment
thereof, with interest, by mortgage or by the issuance eif lionds
socuri-il by deed of trust, of all or any portion eif its prok;rty
ami the franchises ami privileges, granted or obtained by virtue
of this Act or otherwise, together with all future acquired
proterty, as well as income- and receipts from whatsoever source
deriveel, in such form ami under such Icrms as may In- deemed
advisable. Nothing herein contained, however, shall operate- to
prevent llie Association from obtaining the usual business credits
ami making promissory notes without security.
Si.ctio.n 12. Tho Association shall have the right to e-on-eleiun
lands, leaseholds ami either property fen- sites for power
stations or houses, mul buildings, and for rights of way for
poles, lines, wire's, cable-s, conduits, pipe lines, Humes ami other
appliances for tho generation, transmission, distribution ami
supply of electricity, railways, tracks and other 'ik1' I'lirper-s
Mrcssary for the full enjoyment, operation, construction and
maintenance of tho railway system authorized or perinitteil
under the terms of this Act and all pnH-cceliiigs, therefur shall k
as near as may lie- in ae-cordaiico with the provisions of Chapter
til of tho Revised Laws of Hawaii, ami all amendments (lictcto
now or heieafler niaile.
Si.otion UJ. Any person who shall wilfully or intentionally
injurv, molest or destroy any of the poles, linos, wires or other
appliances railway, tracks, er the material or property k-long-ing
thereto, or shall without permission or autliority of the As
sociation e-onin-e'i or cause to k connivtcel by le-s, wires or, any
elovu-e, iluythiii with the wlic, cables or e-oiuluetors of the As
sociation, for the purpose of obtaining current for light, heat
or power, shall k guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon, conviction
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