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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THUR8DAY, APR. 27,' 1911.
IN TIIK UNITED STATUS DIBTIUC1
COUIIT, FOIl THU TEHIUTOKY
TUB UNITED STATES OP AMUIt
1CA, Plaintiff, vs. CECIL I1HOWN,
Trustees, ct nl., Defendants. Ac
tion brought In said District
Court, nud the. Petition fllcd In
tho ofllco o( tho Clerk of Bald
District Court, In Honolulu.
THE PRESIDENT OP THE UNITED
CECIL IIIIOWN, HENRY M. VON
HOLT and ALUEUT N. CAMP
HELL, Trustees under the last
Will and Testament of JAME.
CAMPBELL, deceased; AHIOAU.
W. KAWANANAKOA; KALAK.V
liANI KAWANANAKOA, other
wlso called KAPIOLANI KAWA
NANAKOA CAMPUEI.L, and LI
LIU KAWANANAKOA. mlntii
chlldroii of A1110AIL W. KAWA
NANAKOA; ALICE T. MACTAtl
LANE; WALTER F. MACFAlt
LANE, husband of ALIQE T
MACFAlt LANE WALTEI
JAMES MACFARLANE, ALICK
EMALIE MACPAIILANI2 anil
MURIEL 1IEATR1CE MACFAR
LANE, minor children of ALICE
T. MACFARI.ANE and WALTER
V. .MACFARLANE; MURIE1
BIIINOLE; ROBERT W. SHIN
OLE. husband of MURIEL SHIN
GLE; MURIEL MELVIN SHIN
GLE and ROIJERT W. SHINGLE
Junior, minor children of MUR
IEL SHINGLE and ROUERT W
SHINGLE; BEATRICE , MARY
OAMPIIELL; OAIIU RAILWAY
AND LAND COMPANY, n corpor
ation existing uuj doing bitslncst
under and by vlrtuo of the laws
of tho Territory of Hawaii; ROU
ERT W. ATKINSON and WAL
TER F. FREAR, Trustees; HA
WAIIAN FIBRE COMPANY, Lt.M
1TED, a corporation existing am.
doing business under and by vlr
tuo of tho laws of tho Tcrrltor)
of Hawaii; EWA PLANTATION
COMPANY', n corporation existing
nnd doing business under and b)
vlrtuo of tho laws of tho Terrltorj
of Hawaii; and JOHN BROWN,
JAMES WHITE, HENRY SMITH,
DAVID JONES, MARY GREEN.
JANE BLACK, MARTHA WIL
LIAMS, nnd ALICE DAVIS, un
known owners und claimants.
You are hereby directed to appear
and answer tho Petition In nn action
entitled as above, brought against you
In tho United States District Court
for tho Territory of Hawaii, withlr
twenty days from and after service
upon you of a certified copy of Plain
tiffs Petition herein, together with a
certified copy of this Summons.
And joii aro hereby nodded that
nnltss jntt appear and answer as
nlioio ii-Qulrcd, tho said Plaintiff will
taliu judgment of condemnation of the
landu described In tho Petition herein
ni.il for' any other relief demanded In
WITNESS THE HONORABLE
SANFOHD B. DOLE nnd THE HON
ORABLE CHARLES F. CLEM0N8,
Judgos of said District Court. tliU
23rd day of March, In tho year of our
Lord ono thousand nlno hundred nnd
eleven and of tho Independence of the
United States tho ono hundred and
(Signed) A. E. MURPHY.
"No. 75. UNITED STATES DISTRICT
COURT, for tho Territory of Ha
waii. THE UNITED STATICS OK
AMERICA vs. CECIL BROWN,
Trustee, ot nl. SUMMONS. ROB
ERT W. I1RECKONS. United
THE UNITED STATES OF AM UK-
Territory oj Hawaii,
City of Honolulu, ss.
I. A. E. MURPHY, Clork of tin
United States District Court for the
Territory and Dlstilct of Hawaii, do
hereby certify tho foregoing to bo a
full, truo nnd correct copy of the
original Summons In tho enso of THE
UNITED STATE8 OF AMERICA vs.
CECIL BROWN, Trustco, ct al as the
samo remains of record and on lllo In
tho ntlleo of the Clerk of said Court.
IN WITNESS WIIEItEOF, I h.ivo
hereunto sot my hand nnd atllxcd the
seal of said Dlstilct Court this 30th
day of March, A. D. 1911.
(Seal) A E. MURPHY,
Clerk of United States District Court,
Torrltory of Hawaii.
By F. L. DAVIS,
Balfour, Guthrie Line
Antwerp to Honolulu.
Kteaim-r will n-cevo freight during
Jiiiiq ami will iiirhci Honolulu about
Loading ports will possibly Include
Good opportunity for shipment of
For freight rate and Information,
FRED L. WALDRON, Agent.
, Summer Days and
Pau Ka Hana
JEW-BULLETIN AD3 PAY-fJ!
To Ciiuatu a Dupaiitmunt op Immiokation, Laiioic and Sta
tistics, Ui:im:.i.iN(i Act -111 or Tin: Sussio.v Laws of
11)0.", Rui.ativi: to tiik Hoard op Immkiiiation, and
Amunimno Suction 5 of Act .'111 or tiik Sussion Laws,
or lliOU, Rulativu to a Tax on Incojius ioic Immuiiia
Be il Enacted by the Leyislaturc of the Territory of Hawaii:
Smtion 1. There i hereby established within mid for the
Territory of Hawaii n Department of Immigration, Labor mid
Statistics, which shall bo in charge of n Board of Immigration,
Labor mid Statistics.
Si:cti(in 2. Tins Hoard shall be composed of fivo iuemlers,
wlio shall bo iitM)inlcd by tlic Governor in tlic ninnner jirts- .
scribed in, Section 80 of tho Organic Act, for terms of fivo
years or tin unexpired periods thereof, so that tho term of ono
nu'inW shall expire on April U0 in each vear, beginning with
Suction !l. One of tho incuilors shall be President of tho
Hoard and shall be so designated in his appointment. Thu
members shall bo entitled lo reiinbur.-enient for their actual ex
penses in attending meetings of tho board. The board' may,
with the approval of the Governor, appoint n Commissioner of
Immigration, Labor and Statistics, who shall receive Mich com
pensation out of the funds nt the disposal of the board, as shall
be prescribed by the board, with the approval of the Governor.
The board may appoint such oilier ollicers, agents and servants
as it may deem necessary, and regulate their (towers and duties
consistently with law, and may procure for its u-o necessary
olliccs. It may remove such commissioner mid any of its other
ollicers, agents and servants.
Suction 1. The Hoard may make full inquiry, examination
and investigation into the condition, welfare and industrial o
(lortunitics of all immigrants and settlers arriving or Iwing with
in the Territory. It may al-o collect information with respect
to tho need and demand for labor by the several agricultural, in
dustrial and other productive) activities throughout the Terri
tory; gather information with respect to the supply of labor
afforded by such immigrants and settlers as shall from timo to
timo arrive or be within the Territory; ascertain tho occupa
tions for which such persons, may lx best adapted mid bring
about intercommunication between them nud those requiring
labor; investigate tho treatment accorded them; eo-operato with
public and philanthropic agencies designed to aid in tho dis
tribution and employment of labor, and devise and carry out
such other suitable methods as. will tend to prevent or relievo
Section 5. Tho Hoard may make all contracts and do all
acts necessary or proper for securing low rates of fare to immi
grants, for paying their passage money mid otherwiso facili
tating their transportation, and for their reception and tempo
Suction (i. The Hoard shall, as far as possible, keep a record
showing tho places of residence and the occupations followed by
every immigrant brought to Hawaii at the expense of the Ter
ritory, for at least a year next preceding the. embarkation of
said immigrant for Hawaii.
Suction 7. Tho Hoard shall procure complete lists, giving
the names, ages and. destination within the Territory of all im
migrant children of school age, as soon as may lx after their
arrival, und such other facts as will lend to identify thein, and
shall forthwith deliver copies of such lists to the Suierintcudent
of Public Instruction to aid in tho enforcement of tho provisions
of the laws relating to the compulsory attendance at school of
children of school age. ,
The Hoard may inspect nil Iiilxir camps within the Teiritory,
and all employment and contract labor agencies.
The Hoard shall investigate complaints with regard to fraud
or extortion pracliscd against alien and other immigrants in
troduced under its auspices, or otherwise, and shall present to
tho proor authorities tho results of such investigation, for
action thereon; and shall investigate and study tho general so
cial and economic conditions of alien and other immigrants and
N't tiers within the Territory for the puroo of promoting their
welfare and that of the Territory, und inducing remedial action
by appropriate public anil private agencies.
Suction 8. The Hoard shall promote, the permanent settle
ment, within Hawaii of citizens and persons likely anil eligible
to become desirable citizens of the United States.
It shall cii-operato with other departments of the Territorial
Government to promote the celt lenient of farmers uiion tho
public, lands of tho Territory.
Tt may, as trustee or agent or otherwise, receive, hold and
dispose of private lands mid make all contracts mid do all acts
ucccssm-y or proper for the purpose of facilitating tho occupa
tion and settlement of such and other lands; ami shall intervene,
at its discretion and with tho consent of tho owners, to securo
the sub-division of largo tracts of private lands in tho Terri
tory and tho settlement of farmers upon such tracts. IJut Uio '
board shall not ue any of its funds in tho purchase of any pri
vate lauds or in tho development of either private -or publie
lands, and in the settling of farmers on hind, it shall inako pri
vate lands secondary to public lauds, to the end that the induc
ing of farmers to take up undeveloped public lauds lo made tho
first care of tho lioard in the permanent settling of farmers -in
Suction ll. The Hoard may establish and maintain n mar
keting division, under Hie charge of a competent marketing
siiK'rintcndent, to promote the profitable sale of the produce of
the Territory. It may euiplny persons to receive, mid to pro
mote a market for, agricultural ami other prodifcr, tho produce,
of the farmers mid, inanufacturer.s of Hawaii, to grade, sort,
pack and store such produce, to instruct Lio farmers and set
tlers of the Territory in methods of raising, protecting, packing
and marketing; their crops, to si cure favorable rates mid condi
tions for the transportation of tho same, nnd to do all other
things thereunto related necessary or proper to promote, the
settlement in Hawaii of small farmers and the prosperity of tho
farming iiuluMrics of tho Territory. It may charge a reasonable
commission on the amounts realized from sales of produce mado
by it or through its agency; all moneys so received as commis
sions shall bo paid into the Territorial Treasury, and all such
moneys arc hereby appropriated for the use of said board.
.Suction 10. It shall be the duty of tho Hoard to make an
annual report to the Governor, to lie by him laid before tho
Legislature. Such report shall give an itemized statement of
all moneys received by the board and from what source re
ceived, and to whom mid for what purpose paid, during tho
preceding fiscal year. It shall show also the iiuinlier of immi
grants brought to Hawaii at the expense- of the Territory during
such year, together with tho race, nationality, age, sex, conjugal
condition, literacy, and the residence nnd occupation, so far as
possible, for nt least one year preceding the embarkation of
every such immigrant. It shall also show the per capita cost of
introducing such immigrants to Hawaii. It shall also show
other matters which the board is empowered lo investigate or to
act upon under this Act, ami such statistics relating to the Ter
ritory of Hawaii as the Legislature, or tho Governor, may from
time to timo direct to lo gathered.
Suction 11. The Hoard, in its official name, may sue nud
may bo sued only as provided for suits against tho Territory.
Suction 12. Act tt) of tho Session Laws of 1005, entitled
"An Act to provide for a Hoard of Immigration mid defining
its Duties" is hereby repealed.
Suction 111. Section 5 of Act X of tho Session Laws of
1001), entitled "An Act to promote tho Conservation and De
velopment of the Natural Resources of tho Territory through
Immigration and Other Cleans by' imposing a lax on Incomes
and appropriating tho Proceeds for such Purpose" Is. hereby
amended by substituting the words "Hoard of Immigration,
Labor and Statistics" for tho words "Hoard of Immigration"
wherever they occur.
Suction 14. This Act shall tako effect on the first day of
Approved this 21st day of April, A. D. 11)11.
WALTER F. FREAK.
Governor of tho Territory of Hawaii.
To Givk Ceiitain Rioiits and I'owuhs of F.m;.knt Domain
to CoitroitATtoxH OnoANizun ron tiii: Puktokk or 1)k
vuloi'INo, Sroiiixo, Convuyino, Distiuiiuti.no and
Tkanbmittino Watui; for Iiiiiju.vtion
lie it Enacted hy the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii:
Suction 1. 'That corporations, now or hereafter organized to
develop, store, convey, distributo and transmit water for irriga
tion, and which shall havo at least Fifty Thousand Dollars
($30,000.00) of fully naitl in capital represented by cash or by
tangible property of a market valuo equal to tho amount at
which such property is entered as assets on tho books of tho com
pany, aro hereby given tho right lo exercise tho power of emi
nent domain as hereinafter provided.
Suction 2. Such corporation shall havo the right to condemn
rights of way over lands and property for ditches, tunnels,
flumes mid pic-lines necessary or proper for tho construction
and maintenance of a system for convoying, distributing and
transmitting water for irrigation; provided, however, that no
such corporation shall exercise such right of condemnation in
more than ono county.
Suction '!. That in tho cxerciso of such ovors of eminent
domain, tho procedure shall ln, as near as may lc, in iiccord
anco with tho provisions of Chapter fit of tho Revised Laws of
Hawaii 'as now or hereafter amended.
Suction I. Any right of way which shall lo obtained under
the provisions of this Act shall lapse and immediately revert to
tho previous owner, or owners thereof, in either of tho follow
ing events, viz.:
(1) U such corporation shall fail during u' period of ono
year, at any time after acquiring the same, to uso such right of
way for tho purposes herein set forth:
(2) If such corMration shall uso or divert any of the water
which shall Iki conducted through such right of way for any
purposes other than irrigation ami domestic purosc.
Suction .. This Act shall bo in effect from and after tlio
date of its approval.
Approved this 21th day of April, A. D. Kill.
WALTER F. FREAR,
Governor of tho Territory of Hawaii.
AN ACT '
Amu.mi Suctions 1001, 1005 and 1000,' Ciiai'tuu 80,
Tun Rhvisun Laws, and Aiuuno aNkw'Skotion Tiik
'mf to iik Known as'Suotion 1005a, Rui.atino to In-
lie i( Etuiclcd by the Lcjislaturo of the Territory oj Ifaieaii:
Suction 1. Section 100 J of the Revised Laws is hereby
amended to read as follows:
"Section 1001. Phytieians In report, ll shall 1h the duly
of every physician having a patient infcetid with eeiebro-spiual
mouingili. cholera asiatic, conjunctivitis follicular, diphtheria,
dysentery, amoebic, enteric- (or typhoid) fever, fever para-
typlioid, leprosy, measles, dengue, paralysis infantile, pertussis,
plague, scarlet fever (or scarlatina), tetanus, trachoma, tuber
culosis, typhus fever, varicella, variola, varioloid, yellow fever,
or any other infectious or communicable or other disease danger
ous to tho public health, to give immediate noticQ thereof to the
Hoard of Health, or its nearest agent, in writing, and in liko
manner to report to said Isjard, or its agent, every euro of death
which takes jdaco in his practice from any such disease; pro
vided, however, that wheneer a physician has a patient infected
with variola, varioloid, scarlet fever, diphtheria, plague, cholera,
yellow fever, typhus fever, cerebrospinal meningitis or amoebic
dysentery, sucli physician, in addition to the notico in writ
" "' I '. , -l l.-l. U l,,V IIVIUU II, .111,111
required to lie given as aUve, shnll immediately notify tl
Hoard of Health, or it nearest agent, either by telephone- or by
direct oral communication. Every physician who shall refuse
or neglect to give such notice, or mnko such report, shall Ihj
fined for each offense a sum not less than Ten (10) nor more
"than Ono Hundred Dollars ($100.00)"
Si-rno.v 2. Section 100." of the Revised Laws is hereby
amended to read as follows:
"Section 100.'.. Others to report. It shall lie the duty of
every householder, keeper of a lnnrdiiig or lodging house, or
master of a vessel, to report immediately to the Hoard of Health,
or its nearest agent, any person in or aliotit his house, or vessel,
whom they shall havo rcaon to lielicre to lie sick, or to havo
died, of any infectious, communicable or other disease dangerous
to tho public health ; and all police officers who are aware of any
jmtsoii suffering from any infectious, communicable or other
disease dangerous to the public health, shall immediately riqiort
the suae to the Hoard of Health, or its nearest agent. Any
such householder, keeper of a boarding or lodging house, master
of a vessel, or police officer who shall refuse or neglect to so
rejwrt immediately to the Hoard of Health, or its nearest agent,
shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon. conviction shall bo
.fined not more than Ono Hundred Dollars ($100.00) for each
Suction :i. A new Motion is hereby added to tho Uevised
Laws to lx) known as Section IOO.'iA, as follows;
"Section HKIiiA. Discuses declared infections and eommnni
cflW''. Cerebro-spimil meningitis, cholera asiatic, conjunc
tivitis follicular, diphtheria, dysentery amoebic, enteric (or
typhoid) fever, fever para-typhoid, leprosy, measles, dengue,
paralysis infantile, pertussis, plague, scarlet fever (or scarla
tina), tetanus, trachoma, tuberculosis, typhus fever, varicella,
variola, varioloid, yellow fever, are hereby declared to Iks in
fectious and coniiiiunicable diseases dangerous to tho public
health, but this enumeration shall not be held to cxcludo any
other disease that is infectious, communicable, or dangerous
to the public health, though not specifically named herein."
Suction I. Sictiou lOOli of tho Revised Laws is hereby
amended to read as follows:
"Section 100(1. llemoval and Quarantine. When any per
son shall bo infected with Any infectious, communicable or other
disease dangerous to tho public- health, tho Hoard of Health or
its agent, may, for tho safety of tho public, remove such sick
or infected person to a separate house or hospital, and provido
him with, nurses and other necessnripf, which shall bo at tlio
charge of tho jierson himself, his parents, guardian or mnster,
if able, otherwise nt tho chargo of tho Territory."
Suction 5. This Act shall take effect upon its approval.
Approved this 21th tluv of Apr!', A. D. lull.
WALTER F. FItEAR,
Governor of tho Territory of Hawaii.
IlKLA-riKn to 'Toms or CntouiT Couiits, Amkndino Suc
tions 1C11 and l(!l(l or tiiu Ruvisud Laws of Hawaii,
as Amundud nv A ins Sll, It", and 50 or tiiu Sussion
IjAWS or l!)0.r), AND AS FtlllTHUIt AjlUNDUD HV AcT 50 OF
tiik Suasion Lawk of 11)07.
Bo il Enacted by the Leyhlalure of the Territory of Hawaii:
Suction 1. Section 111 li of tho Revised Laws of Hawaii,
as amended by Act .'!! of the Session btws of 11)05, amended
by Act 5(1 of tho Session Laws of 11105, and as further amended
by Act 50 of thu Session Laws of 1U07, is hereby further
amended to read as follows:
''Section 101 1. The terms of tho circuit courts shall lie held
Ju tho First Circuit, at Honolulu, on the second .Monday
In tho Second Circuit, at Wailuku, on the third Wednesdays
of March and October, ami at Lahaimi on tho third Wednesday
In tho Third Circuit, at Kailua, on tho fourth Wednesdays
of April ami October, at North Kohala on tho fourth Wednes
day of July, and at Wniohiuu on tho fourth Wednesday of
In tho Fourth Circuit, at Ililo, on tho second Wednesday of
In tho Fifth Circuit, at' Lihtie, ou tlio first Wednesdays of
March, July and NovciiiIkt."
Suction 9. Section 1010 of tho Revised Laws of Hawaii,
as amended by Act 117 of tho Session Laws of 1005, and as fur
ther amended by Act 50 of the Session Laws of 1SI07, is here
by further amended to read as follows:
"Section 1010. Tho terms of the circuit courts may con
tinue and o held, subject to adjournment from time to timo
or without day, as follows:
In the First ami Fourth ClteuitH, until the lime fixed by
law for the commencement of (he next succeeding term;
In the Second, Thivd ami Fifth Circuits, for twenty-four