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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, APR.22, 1911.
(Continued from Page 17.)
jirico ntwliieli tho nrtielcu wcro cold, mul slinll cretlit therein
tlio bnlnticu lrmiiiniug to the person, if known, to whom tho
nrticlo wiih (linvtcd. At nny tiino within five years thereafter,
Biicli carrier shall on demand pay Haiti halunco to the owner of
Mich article. If Mich balance shall not bo claimed by tho owner
within five yearn after tho date of sale, it shall thereupon escheat
to tho Territory of Hawaii and bo paid over by said carrier to
the Treasurer of said Territory.
Section 1. This Act shall take effect upon its approval.
Approved this 17th day of April, A. ). 11)11.
WALTER F. FREAK,
' Governor of tho Territory of Hawaii.
" AX ACT
To l'novim: run tiik Jiaintknaxch ok Punua 1'aiiks, and
to Hei'kai. Sections 772 ani 778 or tiik Revised Laws
of Hawaii. '
Ik it Enacted by the Lcyislalitrc of the Territory of Hawaii:
Section 1. That all public parks and public recreation
grounds in this Territory, other than Kapiolaui Park and tho
-Miikiki Park or Rc-orvation, aro hereby transferred to and
placed in clinrgo of tho lmnrtls of sticrviors of tho county or
city and county in which tho same may bo located, to bo iiiuin
taiued by them. All lands hereafter set apart for such purposes
shall likewise lc placed in. charge of and maintained by tho sev
eral boards of supervisors.
Section 2. Sections 772 nud 778 of tho Revised Laws of
Hawaii uro hereby repealed;
Section 3. This Act shall take effect from and after the duto
of its approval.
Approved this 17th day of April, A. D. 1011. '
WALTER V. FREAK,
Governor of tho Territory of Hawaii.
To Asieni) Cjiai'teu 28 ok the Revised Law.s or Hawaii,
ReUYTINCI TO AoitlCUl.TUKE AND FoilKhTKY, IIV AdIUNO A
New Section Tiieheto to he Known as Section U80a.
Ik il Enacted by the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii:
Section 1. Chapter 28 of the Revised Laws of Hawaii is
hereby amended by adding thereto a new section to bo known
as Section !58(A, and to rend as follow:
"Section 3SRA. No soil, nun-cry stock, tree, sugar cane,
shrub, plant, flower, vine, graft, scion, bud, seed, root, fruit,
fruit pit, vegetable, loaf, nut, or moss, known to bo infected
with any scale, fungi, parasite or disease, injurious or liablo
to becomo injurious to trees, plants or other vegetation of valuo
shall lo transported from olio Island within tho Territory to an
other Island therein, or to ono locality from another locality on
tho same Island or along tho highways thereof."
Section 2. This Act shall take effect upon its approval.
Approved this ISth day of April, A. D. 11)11
Governor of tho Territory of Hawaii,
WALT1SK . l'ilKAU,
To Amend Section 2(1 or Act 11!) or the Session Laws ok
11)07, Entitled "An Act iu Reoueati; the Sale ok
1ntoxicati.no r.iQt'oiis, Rei'ealinu Act (17 ok the Ses
sion Laws ok 11)05."
Ik it Enacted by the Legislature of the Territory of llaivaii:
Section 1. Section 2(i of Act 11!) of the SesHon Laws of
1!M)7, entitled "An Act to regulate the Sale of Intoxicating
Liquors, reiK-aling Act (17 of tho Session m of 11)05," is
licieby amended so as to read as follows:
"Section 20. All license fees shall bo paid to tho Secretary
of tho Hoard iu tho County wherein tho licenses uion which
the same are paid aro issued. Such secretary shall keep a liook
wherein ho shall enter an account of all such fees received by
him, and ho shall, at the end of each calendar mouth, forward to
the Treasurer of tho county or city and county wherein tho
business so licensed is conducted, all such fcin received by him
during such month as county or city ami county realizations.
And tho expenses of the Hoard in! each county or city anil
j county and the salaries, to Ik? fixed by the Hoard, of all ollicera
appointed by it, shall lo paid by the treasurer of such county
or city and county, upon warrants issued by the Auditor there
of, upon requisitions therefor made by tho Chairman of tho
Hoard, to an amount not exceeding the following iu any year:
City and County of Honolulu . . .
County of Hawaii
County of .Maui ' 1,250.00
County of Kauai 1,250.00"
Section 2. This Act shall take effect from and after tho
first day of July, A. D. 1011.
Approved this 10th day of April, 'A. D. 1011.
WALTER F. FREAK,
Goernor of tho Territory of Hawaii.
, . . ACT 104. ,
Relating io Cntcuir Couiit Receipts and Expenses.
lie it Enacted by the Ijcyidalurc of the Territory of Hawaii:
Section 1. All moneys paid as fines, costs or forfeited bail
in Circuit Court cases shall Iki paid into tho treasury of tlin
county or city and county in which such court has jurisdiction.
Section 2. Tho several counties mid city and county shall
pay the exen'-es of their icspectivo circuit courts and tho sal
aries of the following ollicers of such courts nt tho following
rates and of such other otliccrs thereof and at such rates as tho
supervisors shall from time to time determine:
First Circuit Court: A1 year.
Chief .Clerk, Cashier and. Bookkeeper. . . .$ 2,100.00
Three Clerks ($150.00) 5,100.00
Three Clerks ($100.00 each) il.GOO.OO
Three Stenographers ($175.00 each) . . . 0,:i00;o0 '
Probation Officer ($125.00) 1,500.00
Probation Oflicer for Girls (.$85.00) 1,020.00
Court Expenses 14,500.00
Support, Juvenile Court Dependents ... 1,000.00
2 Hawaiian Interpreter ($125.00) 11,000.00
JapancMJ -Interpreter ($125.00) 1,500.00
Chinese Interpreter ($125.00) 1,500.00
Portuguese Interpreter ($125.00) 1,500.00
Second Circuit Court: . , : 1
Clerk ($150.00) i;800.00
Stenographer and "Clerk 1,800.00
Court Expenses '.. 0,000.00
Support, Juvcnjlo Court Dejieudentd ..... 250.00
Law Rooks 250.00
'Third Circuit Court:
Clerk ($100.00) .' 1,200.00
Law Books 500.00
Court Expenses -. -. 0,000.00
Fourth'Olrcuit Court: . ' ' '
Clerk ($150.00) 1,800.00
Stenographer ($110.00) 1,080.00
Assistant Clerk, Interpreter and iles
scnger ($115.00) 1,380.00
Court Expense 7,000.00
Law Hooks : . : 150.00 '
Support, Juvenile Cjourt Dependents .... 500.00
Fifth Circuit Court: , ' "
Clerk ($125.00) ."'. .'.V. . . '" 1,500.00 '
LiiW- Rooks ' 250.00 ,' ',
Coiirt Expenses 5,000.00 ' .'
' ' ,t
Section 3. This Act shall tako effect on July 1, 1011. ,..,
Approved this 10th day of April, A. D. 1011. "
t& .Mmwmvm m, n tttiM-' mmmm
WAITER F. FREART'
Governor of tho Territory of Hawaii.-
' i . 1 tt '. ' rrrm
Relatinci to Reoisthation ok Votkuh, Amknihmi Sictionh
1, (I and 8 or Act (18 ok the Session Laws or 101 1, and
Repeai.ino Skciiox 30, and Amendino Sm.tio.ns 37,
11, 50, 52 and 53 or Tin: Revised Laws or Hw.u.
lk it Enacted by the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii:
Section 1. Section 1 of Act 08 of the Session Laws of 10 U
is hereby amended by substituting the following for the portion
thereof before tho words "If tho appeal bo sustained:"
i rt i . ' m1
"Any.qiialifiod elector may at any time, for any cauo not
previously decided by the hoard of registration or tho supremo
court inNrespeot of tho sanio person, challenge tho right of any
person to Imi or remain registered as u voter iu any precinct.
Such challenge jiluill Ikj in writing, shall set forth the grounds
iiH)ii which it is based, 1k signed by the party challenging and
addressed .to tho clerk, who shall forthwith servo notice thereof
upon tho party challenged. In case tho clerk denies a challenge,
or refuses to register an applicant, tho party ruled against may
appeal from tho ruling to tho hoard of registration for his dis
trict or county. Tho several lioiiriln' of registration shall sit ju
tho following places within their respective districts: Hil'o,
Kailua, Wailiiku, Honolulu and Lihuo, on tho third Wednesday
before each general election, and fho second Wednesday Imfnro
each special election, to lieur such appeals, and shall contiiiuo
their sittings from time to time until all appals noted have,
km heard. Said lstards shall ulw thereafter, before each gen
eral election, sit. at tho following places within their rc-qicetivo
districts or counties: Kopoho, Honokaa, Waiinc.i, Waiohinu,
Lahaina, Makawao, liana, Kahmpapa ami Pukoo, to hear ap
peals, provided there he any, from the districts of Puna, Haina
kua, North and South Kohalu, Kail, Lahaina, Makaw.io, Ilniiii
ami tho Island of Molokai, resoectively, and shall continue their
sittings until all such appeals' have lieen heard.. For the pur
poses of this Act, tho County of Kalawao shall ho deemed to
bo included In tho County of Hani. Reasonable notices of tho
sitting of such lwards shall bo 'given by publication in nows
papors of general circulation in their resjxftivo districts or
Section 2. Section l! of said Act is hereby amended to read
as follows: 4
"Section 0. Any elector who change his residence from ono
precinct to another, after registration in any general county
register, may register again iu such register under, tho proper
precinct, and the clerk shall erase tho former registration by
drawing ono or more lines through the name and signature of
such elector as previously registered nud enter his own sipia
turo and the date of such erasure with red ink on tho iiiiio
line; provided, that no such rc-registnitioli shall In- allowed on
account of. any change of residenco made within three months
tiefoio an election milei from ono precinct to another within
the same representative district. The clerk shall, in like man
lier, erase the name mid signature of any elector known to him
to lie dead or to have- permanently removed from the precinct,
or to have Imtoiiio disqualified to vole, or whose death or perma
nent removal or dUijualiticatiou is suggested to him in writing
by an elector, after first having given notice of hi intention to
h chiinge the! register by publication of a notice thereof con
taining tho names which it i propo.-od to erase, iu omo news
paper of general circulation in the county, at least once each
week for foui'succeive weeks, tho lust publication to Imj not
les than seven days prior to the erasure and by po-tiug such
notico in at leat three public places in tho county for the samo
period of time."
Section 3. The first sentence of Section 8 of said Act is
hereby amended to read a follows:
"At midnight immediately preceding the third Wednesday
before each general election, and the second Wednesday U'foro
each special election, tho general county register shall be closed
to rogistratioirMind remain clo-ed until after such election, sub
ject to change only as provided in Section 1 of this Act."
Section 1. Section 30 of tho Revised Laws is heieby re
pealed. Section 5, Section 37. of the T5cviod Law i hereby
amended by striking therefrom the words "For'tlu purpose, of
examining applicants for registration a voters and determining
Section 0. Section II of the RevNod Laws i hereby
amended by striking therefrom the words "it addition to the.
register of voters herein provided to bo kept," and also sub
division 3 of said Section.
Section 7. Section 50 of the Kevi.-nl Law i hereby
amended by striking therefrom the word "If any Numl shail
refuse to register tho name of any person applying to be icg-
istered, the person refused, and, iu eiiMi any n e ha Uen
Section 8. Section 52 of the Revised Law1 is hereby
amended by strikingUicrefroni the word "causu" and inserting
iu lieu thereof tho word "order.''-
Section 0. The first sentence f Section 53 of tho ltevi-ed
Laws is hereby amended, to read as" follows:
"In ease" of an appeal from a decision of any Itoard holding
any person to lie entitled to registration, tho miiiiu of such per
son sludl le placed or remain iixi the register pending tliu de
cision of the'suprcma court coijcerning the same."
Section 10. This Act shall take effect upon its approval.
Approved this I0tiiday of April, A. D. 1011.
WALTER F. FREAR.
'., I'd Governor of the Territory of Hawaii.
1 s ,
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To PlIEVENT THE Dl-STHIJCTION. DeKACINO OK REMOVAL OK
Ik it Emitted by the Legislature of the Territory of Hauvii:
Section 1. It shall be unlawful, without the written consent
of tho Territorial Surveyor, for any person, to destroy, deface,
change or remove to another place, any trigonometrical survey
station, liouml.irv lino mark or monument, confer post, or any
other gocniment line of survey, or to cut down any witness
tremor any tree hliied toJiiark the line of a government survey,
or any bench mark iu any government survey. Any person who
i4mll violate any of the provUtmis of this Act, shall Ihi deemed
guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction thereof, shall ho
punished by a fine of not more than Five Hundred Dollars
(,$500.00) or by imprisonment for u period of not more than
four months, or by lioth such fine and imprisonment.
Seciion 2. This Act shall take effect upon its approval.
Approved this 10th day of Apiil, A. D. 1011.
WALTER F. FREAR,
Governor of the Territory of Hawaii.
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Arctic Soda Water Works
Phittctiir Nyrup for itw on hot inkm, iift1t-
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PINECTAR SALES CO., LTD.
, LACE CURTAIN CLEANING
We hve in our niw building ipaciallyconttrueted Irimei and drying
roomt for lac curtalm.
French Laundry J7
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777 KING STREET NO nrtANCHE3
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tltiiirtcrinaHtcr, Honolulu, It T, April
IS, 1911 Hpiilrd iiropoiilH In Irlpllcntn
mil lie rpiTlpl nt tills olllco until 11
n in, Mny 1. 1911, nml then openeil,
for Iho follouliiK Forvlcci ilurlnu llscal
ivnr liPKlimlnK July 1. 1911, nml end
Iiik June 10, 19IJ ('online trnnportni
illcli:irKli)K. ImulliiB nml piling con I
from lnniinrl on pllo or icnw or
uhnrf. itlxi luircliiK frelnht from Iran's
port or other eeN, tminilry work
for tnuiP"i"l. I.iunilerlnjr toeN for
oltlcc; furnlHliliiK lee In oilier nml
cnrrnl; Imiitlncr frelRht from rtocki to
fortM nml nfnflons In Hie vlclnlly of
Honolulu; printing for Dlnlrlel Henil
qunrtern nml (Ju.irleriniiler'rt Oepnrt
inetitK Tor Mniik prnponl nnil fur"
ther Inforuiiitlon nppli In M X 1'iiIIj,
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innHter, Depot QiinrtmmiiMer
490 1 Apr 20. si. JI, 21; Mny 10. 17.
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KOItAOi: AND IinDDIXn Honolulu,
H T. April 1", 1911 Henle.l propo.nln
will bo received here until 9 n m , Mjiy
IS, 1911, for funil.-lilnK. ilnrlnit the IN-
cnl yenr coinmencliiK July 1 1911, fuel.
nll, foniRe find lieddlnj? for potfi nml
Million! In tho Department of rnllfor-
nln See Sort Ion ,1"I. rtoMned Stnt-
uten. tnforiuntloii furnlKhed on nppll
cntlon to the undersigned M. Jf KnIK
f'nptnln. IStli infy, A t M , If S. A ,
4907 Apr 10, !1. 52. 21; Mny 12. 13.
SHAI.r.D PltOI'OSAI.S. Indomed
1'roporaln for nn Air Compressor nml
AcorjnrloB." n 111 ho recelvrd nt th
Ilurenu of YnriH nml Docki, Navy De
pnriuirnt, Wnnhlnglon, until 11 o'clock
n in.. April 29. 1111, nmj then nnd
there piilillcly opened, for ono .lono-
rulile-foot nlr romprex'or i Ith Inter
cooler, nflercooler nnd air receiver, for
the centrnl power plnnt. United fitntM
Nunl Stntlnn, Penrl Hnrhor, Ilnwnll.
l'lmi! nnd Fpoclllcntlons enn l)0 obtain
ed on nppllentlon to tho Ilurenu or to
thn cniiunnndiint of tlie nnvnl station
n.imed It C IIOI.T.TDAY, Chief of
Hiirenn, March 27. 1911. 499-2w
IN TIIK CIIUTIT COl'ltT OP TIIH
l'lrnt t'lreult. Territory of llnnnll At
Climiiliem In I'rohnle. In tin- mutter
of the Ktnto of Tliuuinn K McTlghe.
lale of llnnolulii, Territory of Hawaii,
decenaeil (I'roliate No 4371 ) A docu
ment iMirportlng In he tho I'it Will
and Ti-'laineiil of Thomnx I". MeTlghe,
lale nC Honolulu. Territory pf Hawaii,
deceased. ha lug on the naih da of
March. A 1) l!ll. hcen prowntpl to
uld t'rolmte I'ourl, nud a I'clltlon for
I'rohale thereof, praying for tho lastl
mice of ltlera Tcxtnmentnry to Allc.0
l'ane MtTlghe. widow of mild de.
coaxed, halng lieeu llled liy William
Hdnard McTlghe, It In Ordered, that
Mondny. the 24th day of April. A D.
1911. nt 10 o'clock a. m of nil Id day,
ut the courtroom of raid Court In tho
Judiciary t.ultdlng. In tho City ami
County of Honolulu, ho nnd the unran
In hereby appointed the time nnd plnco
for prolng wild Will nnd hearing Kald
iippllcntlon, D.itid, Honolulu, March Hi;
A D 101 1 Ily the Courts (Heal) V.
M ifARRIKHN, nKilntnnt clerk, Cir
cuit Court of tire 1'lmt Clrrult. K. O.
relern. nttorney for petitioner.
4S9IApr. 1. 8, 15, ;2.
omen or Tin: iioaiid of
Honolulu, April 21, 1911.
NotKe Ih hen ty glien that complt
alur ullh tho Pol Ordinance of tho
cij' and County will ho deemed liy thn
Hoard of Health compliance wlllt ,th
Terrllorlnl lm on tho winw vuhject
and that Iho adinlnlntrnlllo ofllcera of
tho Hoard of Health and the lienlth of
Hcira of Ihe City nml County will re.
quire coinpllaiHu with such onlliium.0
TUIllUTOltlAI. HOAItl) OK HKALT1I.
Ily lla President,
H. A MOTT-HMITH:
CITY AND COUNTY SANITATION
, AND IIKAI.TII COM.MITTHK.
Ily lla Chnlrman,
FIIANK J. KllUaillt.
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