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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 111.
AUTllORVINO ASH PinK.CTI.NO TIIK Sur-FRtNTFNtlF.NT OP Pun
no Wohks to Acquihk Cfhtain Wat Fit Hmiits and
Lands in Pauoa Vai.i.iiy, Citv and County or HONO
LULU. Be it Enacted by the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii:
Skction 1. Tlio Superintendent of Pnlilii? Work i hereby
initlmwod nnd ilirrcteil to acquire, liy npproprintt eondeinna
tion proceeding's for tin uo nnd lienefit of (lie Territory of
Hnwnii, nil rights owned by the lute Charles W. Ilootli nt the
time of hi death, in nil spring, ns well iih the wnteis of Pnuoa
Stream anil Valley, nnd in l'neilic UcigliM water nnd work",
nnd in Mich undeveloed land mirromiding any of tlio nou'reei
or water heniU na may, in hi opinion, Ik- neceary for insuring
tho purity of such water, and such lands as may, in his opinion,
Ik) necessary for pipe lines and otier ine.in of conducting such
water to places where it may lx required tor use.
Skction 2. The Treasurer of the Territory of Hawaii is
hereby authorised nnd direetid to pay, ujwn the warrnnt of tho
Superintendent of Public Works, any sum of money that may
lie necessary to ncquirc ns iiforeaiil all such water rights, not to
exceed tho' sum of One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,
000.00). Skction fl, This Act shall take effect on the date of its ap
proval. jy ji in i ii., i n i i UtUjMWLl
Approval this 2(lth day of April, A. I). 1011.
to,,. WALTER F vnZ?
Governor of tho Territory of Hawaii.
JOINT RESOLUTION No. 2.
Whereas, there is now stored in the Archives Tluilding of
tho Territory of Hawaii, n certain chest of silverware that was
used in tlio Palace during the leign of His ilnjesty, King luilii
kaun ; nnd
Wiikhkas, no gool purpose can lx served by retaining said
chest of silverware in tho custody of the Government ; nnd
Whereas, it is peculiarly appropriate that, said silverware
should Ihi available for use by the successor in family and. estate
of his said Majesty, King Kalakaua,' to-wit: HOtfOKABLE
.lOXAH KTJILIO KALAMAXAOI,K and his heirs,
Therefore, be it Resolved by the Jjcgislalure. of tho Territory
of Hawaii , Hegular Session of 11111, that the. Board of Commit!
(doners of Public Archives is hereby authorized nnd directed ,(o
"surrender and deliver to said Honorable Jonah K. Knjaniann;
olo the said ehest of Silverware, for the use of him, tlicHon
orahle Jonah K. Kalauianaole, and his heirs. ,
- Approved' this 2fitli day of April, A, D.,1011. ,
'.'..."'. ' ' ., '. WALTER, F. .FREAH,
Governor 'of the Territory of Hawaii.
Bei.atino to Hariiors, Tiieiu IIanaoement, Control, Im
I'rovi ment and Keou'i.ation.
Be it Enait-'ti .',r Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii:
Si.ctio.n I. Tim luiibors of the Territory of Hawaii, together
with ml hailtii uupiovemitits and shipping within mch hariiors,
bhull Ik under tin cue . ml u ntrol of u Board of Harbor Coin
inisMoncr. Said Hoard shall consist of five meinWrs, one of
whom sliajlilnt, thpiSmYriutondcut of I'ublie Works of the Terri
tory who shall be chairman, ex-ollicio, nnd four shall lx appoin
od, by thu Governor as provided in Section 80 of tho Orgauie.Act.
Such Commissioners shall be nppoinrr-(l for terms of JJour'year3
or the unexpired periods thereof, in such manner that tho terms
of two Commissioners shall expire every second year. Said
terms shall begin on the first dny of July. Provided, however,
that upon tLe first appointments, two of said Commissioners
shall be appointed for terms ending Juno HO, 101.1, and two
for terms ending June !i0, 1015.
Skction 2. The Hoard of Ilurbor Commissioners, upon ap
pointment as herein provided, shall within ten dnys meet to
gether and elect one of their iuiihIkt to act as Secretary of
said Board. They shall also designate a place in tho City of
Honolulu as their ollice, which shall remain open during busi
Section 3. Said Board shall bavo and excrciso nil the
powers nnd shall perform nil tho duties heretofore imposed updn
tho Superintendent of Public. Works relative to tho control and
management of the harbors, harbor improvements, ports, docks,
wharves nnd shipping throughout tho Territory of Hawaii.
Tho Board chnll likewise hnvo power to appoint and rcmovo
clerks, harbor masters, and their assistants, pilots, and pilot
lioat crew?, and fix their couiionsation; to make rules and reg
ulations pursuant to this Act and not inconsistent with law;
and generally shall huvo all powers necessary to fully carry out
all provisions of this Act.
All monoys appropriated for harbor improvements, includ
ing all new construction, reconstruction nnd repairs, shall lo
expended under the supervision and control of said Board, snl
ject to tho provisions of Act 02 of tho Laws of 1009 as amend
ed, and all contracts therefor shall be executed for the Board
by its Chairman.
Tho Board shall prepaio and submit annually to the Gov
ernor a report of its otlicial nets during the preceding calendar
year, together with its rccomnicndatiorto as to harbor improve
ments throughout tho Territory.
HiorioN -1, Tho Bonid may from time to time make, alter,
amend and repeal such rules and regulations not" inconsistent
with law as it may deem necessary respecting tho manner in
which all vessels may enter nnd moor, anchor or dock in tho
harbors, jMirts and lauding of the Territory, or move from one
dock, anchorage or mooring to another within such hnrliors,
ports or landings; tho examination, guidance nnd control of
pilots nnd hnrlior nin(ers and their assistants, and their conduct
while on duty; rates and charges for the scrvices'of such pilots;
the expeditious and careful handling of freight, goods, wares
nml merchandise of every kind which may lie brought into any
of the harbors 6f the Territory by any vessel from nny other
jiort or place; charges, fe-s and compensation for-the storngo of,
nml the duties and powers of carriers, shipierA and consignees
in and to, any such freight, gooibY.-Wucs and merchandise in
nnd upon any landing, dock or public wharf within tho Terri
tory. The Board mny also make further rules and regulations
for the safety of said docks, vthnrves, landings and harbor im
Said Board may nlso, from time to time make, niter, amend
mid repeal such rules not inconsistent with law ns shall bo
deemed necessary for the proper regulation nnd control of nil
shipping in tho hnrliors of tho Territory, and for the entry,
departure, mooring and berthing of vessels, and for all other
matters nnd things connected with shipping in nil hnrliors of
tho Territory; and rules and regulations to prevent the throw
ing into snid hnrliors of rubbish, refuse, garbago or other sub
stances liable to make such harbors unsightly, unhealthful or
unclean, or linblo to fill up or shoal or shallow said hnrliors, nnd
likewise prevent the .escape of fuel or other oils into the snid
hariiors either from nny vessel or from pipes or storage tanks
upon tho land.
Any rules nnd regulations so made shall lie published by
snid Board in the manner prescribed for tho promulgation of
the laws 6f tho Territory, nnd ujwn snch 'publication shall bavo
the force nnd effect of lnw.
Section r. The Board may appoint and remove a Clerk,
and fix his compensation. The Clerk shall have charge of the
otlice of tho Board, nnd shall remain in such office during busi
ness hours. Ho shall, upon bis niKiutment, givo n bond un
der tho provisions of Act 100 of tho Session Laws of 1!)0.r ns
amended, in such amount as shall bo approved by the Board mid
conditioned for the faithful performance of his duties as such
clerk. He shall collect all moneys, fees nnd dues paid to tho
Territory of Hawaii for pilotage, wharfage, harbor mnster fees,
and all other fees or compensation in respect to tho entry,
anchorage nnd wharfugo of all boats, stenmers, vessels and
other craft entering into tho ports of the Territory, nnd shall
account for the same to tho Territory. Ho shall keep a full
nnd complete record of the ollicinl nets of tho Bonrd nnd of tho
rules and regulations made by said Board, and shall causo said
rules and regulations to 1k printed nnd distributed without cost
to tho agents, masters or owners of vessels, or other Krsons
who shall request the same. He shall certify the vouchers of
ul pilots mid crows of pilot boats, harW masters, assistants nnd
other persons nppointcd or employed by said Board.
Section fl. The Board shall appoint such pilots for tho har
iiors of the Territory as it deems necessary, and shall fix tho
number nnd compensation and tho method of examination there
of. Tho Board shall fix tho powers nnd duties of such pilots
while on duty, and provide them with lioats nnd crows for
lionrding and leaving vessels. Any pilot may lie removed or
suspended by the Board for misconduct, carelessness or neglect
of duty, or other causo deemed sufficient by the Board nftcr an
opportunity first given him to be heard before a meeting of tho
Board. The Board may nppoint deputies or substitutes for any
such pilots in case of sickness or temporary absence, and fix
Each pilot shall givo liond under the provisions of Act 100
of the Session Laws of 1005 ns amended, in such sum as shall
bo required by the Board, nnd conditioned for the faithful per
formance of the duties imposed upon him by law and by tho
rules and regulations of the Board.
Upon tho arrival of any vessel making tho usual morino sig
nal for a pilot, it shall bo tho duty of the pilot or pilots in tho
port immediately to put oitt to such vessel. Upon boarding tho
vessel the pilot shall take charge thereof, and shall not quit the
sanio until sho bo' fully within the harbor or anchored within
or without the hnrlior in a suitable and convenient plnco as tho
caso may lie. No pilot shall take out any vessel that may lie
under attachment or arrest by virtue of any process, nor lie
fore sho has obtained her clearance, under pennlty of forfeit
ing his commission.
Until otherwise provided by law or by the rules and regula
tions of tho Board, tho following charges shall l inado for
the services of pilots: For tho port of Honolulu, for coming
in and also for going out of port, for all steamers of 1000 tons
or over, $00.00; for all sailing vessels under 200 tons register,
$1.50 per foot of draft, nnd for each other vessel or steamer,
five cents per ton; for anchoring vessels outside the harbor,
$20.00; for detention on lioard a vessel for iiioro than 24 hours,
$7.00 a day. For tho ports of Ililo and Kahului, $1.50 per
foot on tho vessel's draft for coming into port, and tho smno for
going out; for anchoring nny vessel off snid ports, $10.00; for
detention on lioard n vessel for moro than 24'hours, $5.00 a day.
Whoro not othcrwiso provided, $1.00 per foot on the vessel's
draft for coming into port, and tho snmo for going out; for
anchoring vessels, $10.00; for detention on lioard a vessel for
moro than 24 hours, $5.00 a day.
Ma, 4i M','n;1 ' ' ' - f i
All fees shall bo payable either to the Clerk of the Board or
to tho Pilot, who shall account therefor as tho Board may re
quire to tho Clerk of the Board. '
If any vessel engaged in trade between tho ports of tho Ter
ritory and thoso of foreign lands shall enter or depart from any
of tho ports for which pilots may bo appointed, without a pilot,
such vessel shall lw liable for one-half the pilotage fees pre
scribed for such port.
Section 7. Tho Board shall appoint harbor masters for
tho hariiors of Honolulu, Ililo and Kahului, and for such other
porta and hariiors as in their opinion have need thereof. They
hIiiiII fix tho compensation of such harbor musters and their
assistants, mid shall certify the names and compensation there
of to tho Auditor of tho Territory. The Board shall likewise
fix the duties and powers of such harbor masters and their as
sistants relutivo to shipping, wharves, docks, anchorages and
Said harbor masters shall have full power over tho anchor
ing, mooring and nfilking fust of nil hulks, coasters, boats,
steamers, ships and other crnft in tho hnrliors, and shall bo
charged in general with the enforcement of all harlior regula
tions. They shall have full power to designate the plnco in nny
harbor of tho Territory whero any vessel shall anchor, moor or
dockland shall have full authority and control over the moving
of any vessel within such hnrlior from ono dock, nnchorngc or
mooring-. to- another in said harlior. No ship, steamship or
other vessel (except such vessels as nro engaged exclusively
in inter-island trade, or ships nlwnt to leave tho harbor) shall
quit her dock, anchorage or mooring until the agent, mnster or
otbeY officer in ehnrge of such vessel shall leceivc written per
mission so to do from the harbor master or his nssistnnt.
It shall lie the duty of the hnrlior master to lioard nil vessels
arriving from without tho Territory ns soon as possible nfter
they shall enter the hnrlior, to direct them where nnd how to
moor or make fast, to change their anchorage or mooring from
time to time ns cirenmstnnees mny require, and to seo that tho
commanding officer hns the printed port regulations. Ho shall
likewise bo wharfinger nt tho port for which ho is nptointcd.
The fees for services of hnrlior master at tho ports of Hono
lulu, Kahului nnd Ililo, until changed by lnw or by rule or
regulation of tho Board, shall bo $5.00 in addition to his dis
bursements for the use of lioats and warps, and for labor in
mooring or making fnst such vessels; nnd if necessarily detained
on board any vessel for more than two hours at nny one time,
he shnll bo paid at the rate of $2.00 mi hour for bucIi extra
detention, nnd for each time that ho is called ukiii, or that it
may lie necessary for him, to lionnl nny such vessel after hnv
ing once moored her properly, he shall bo entitled to receive tho
same fee. Tho fees for services of harlior masters at other ports
shall bo determined by the Board. Such fees shall lie pnyablo
either to the Clerk of tho Board, or to such hnrlior master or
his assistant, who shall account therefor as may lio required by
the Bonrd, to tho Clerk of the Bonrd.
Section 8. Tho Board Bhall designate) such wharves and
other landing places in the hariiors of the Territory at. which
cattlo brought into such hariiors shall lie landed, and the loca
tion of sjich wharves or other landings when designated nnd
set apart shall lie published for at least onco n week for four
consecutive weeks in at least two newspapers of general circu
lation in the Territory. After such designation and publication
no cattle shall lie landed in nny hnrlwr or port of the Terri
tory containing such designated wharf or lauding, except on
such designated wharf or at such designated lauding, unless
with tho permission of tho Board.
Section 9. Any person or persons who shall violato any
rule or regulation made, adopted and published by said Board
as herein provided, or who shnll violnto nny lawful command
of any pilot, harlior master or nssistnnt pilot or hnrlior' master,
while in the discharge of his duty as such, or who shall violato
any of tho provisions of tliis Act, shall lio guilty of n liiisdo
mennor, nnd upon conviction thereof 'shaTHw fined 'in n sum
not exceeding $1000.00 for each such offense, and nny vessel,
tho ngents, owner or crew of which shnll violate the rules and
regulations of the Board or provisions of this Act, shall bo
liable to n pennlty of not exceeding $1000.00 for each of such
Section 10. All laws and parts of laws inconsistent here
with aro hereby repealed.
Section 11. This, Act shall take effect on July 1st, llill.
Approved this 2fith day of April, A. D. 1011.
WALTER I. FREAR.
Governor of tho Territory of Hawaii.
To Authorize Advancements of Moneys vor Certain Ton
wo Improvements Ott ok General Revenuis to hi:
Reimiiurhed Out ov Loan Funds.
Be it Enacted by the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii:
Section 1. Pending tho issuance of bonds for tho objects
referred to in items numliered 20, 21, 22 and 211 in Section
1 of an Act entitled "An Act to Provide for Public Improve
ments" enacted by this Legislature at its present session nnd
in order that work may bo begun on such objects as soon ns
may 1k, the Territory shall advance, out of its moneys received
from the general revenues such amounts as may lie required
for such objects, not exceeding, however, the amounts of two
hundred thousand dollars, eighty thousand dollars, seventy-six
thousand dollars and forty-four thousand dollars for the ob
jects referred to in said items 20, 21 22 and 23 respectively of
each of which amounts not moro than one-half shall bo required
to lie advanced before July 1, 1011, or tho remainder thoreof
lioforo January 1, 1912. All amounts so advanced shall bo ex
pended as prescrilied in Sections .'1 nnd 5 of snid Act so en
titled ns nforesaid; nnd all amounts so advanced shall bo re
imbursed to the Territory out of the proceeds of bonds when
issued for such objects under tho provisions of said Act so en
titled; and all bonds tho proceeds of which shall bo used for
such reimbursement shall bo deemed to lio included in the bonds
referred to in Section 7 of said Act so entitled.
This Act shnll tako offect upon tho date of its
Approved this 2fith day of April, A. I). 1011.
WALTER F. FREAR,
Governor of tho Territory of Hawaii.
PLANNING TO LKAVn TIIK CITT,
OWNER WILL SELL CHBAP AND
ON EASY TEHMS A PUUTTY HOME
ON MATLOCK AVENUE.
I'or iurtlculurH net)
Island Investment Co.,
Member ot Hawullun Stock Ex
clutngu; ltoorn 103, Btannenwald build
ing Telephone 1881; Poutottlco box,
duo WttUlu tKldremi; "Uulltlog."
Spli-mllil lotH In Nuuunu Tract on
uany tennH J250 up Tlio electric lino
I'Xtenalon pasw tntx tract.
K'nr.u street homo J3000.
Cholco property In Kamehamoha
Purk Tract Sewer, electric light, good
utreetd, electric car service.
A line bargain! Four cottages In
drM-cluss condition, near upier Ll
lilm Kit iet, renting for S3G per month
FOR RENT Splendid new cottage
In line locution at Kullhl $25
J. H. SCHNACK.
I 117 Mirehant 8tr
OITICE OV THE BOARD OV
Honolulu, Hawaii, April 24, 1911.
TEKDERH FOR FtJRNIHHINO AND
EQUIPMENT. KAPIOLANI CURLS'
IIOMI2, KAL1HI, HONOLULU.
Sealed tenders. In duplicate, en
dorted "TendirM for Kurnhhlne nnd
Equipment, Knplolunl Mlrt' Home, Kn
llhl, Honolulu," for furnishing and
equipping the Kaplolanl UlrM Homo,
nt Kallht, Honolulu, will be recelVed at
the odlce of the Board of Health until
12 o'clock noon, Monday, May 8, 1911.
Specification nnd a list of nrtlclei
required, and other Information, may
bo Imil upon application nt the offlca
of the Hoard of Health.
Tendera iiumt be accompanied by n
certified check equal In (mount to 6
of the tender.
Alt bids munt be made on forms
furnthed by the lioard of Health nnd
mil lit bo. nubmltted In accordance, Willi,
nnd bo "object to, the provisions and
requirements of Act C2, Session Ijiwi
The Board of Health does not bind
Itself to accept tho lowest or any bid
THE BOARD OF HEALTH.
By Its President.
U A. MOTT-HMITH.
4910Apr. 24, 25, 2C, 27, 28, 29; May 1,
2, 3, 4.
KAIMUKI MEAT DELIVERY
We will start a dally delivery to
Knlmukl district next Monday, May 1,
1911, and request our patrons to send
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Orders will be given vtry careful at
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