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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, MAR. 8, 1912.
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ON BANANA CASE
(Continued from Pag 1)
hut Mill limru plcnseel Hint th'' com
hill Ice's hi thin has been demonstrated
to lip effective In exterminating tho
iimviultu wo fonrcil"
Many Will Plant.
.ANTi:i At Once, liuniiiiii fuckers
In tiny iiimntlt) Apply householder.
Till In Just iitiout tho Mute this
nmrillllR, following the decision handed
dim ii )estcreliiy nftcrnooii by tho Su
preme Court In which tho regulations
of the Hoard of llenltli an to bananas
being grown within 1 .". feet of il Iiuiiho
were upset anil the culture of the fruit
left to the householders
Attorney Oncnil Alexander I.lndsuy
Jr. Is satlsltcel, Judge I.)tner ot the lc-
mil ik'pnrtinent nf the Hoard of Health
In MiitlMled, Secretary n A Molt
.Smith l sutlsllcd, ami the (ioernor
bun" nothing to khj until be Iiiih read
the decision thrnuRh Hurr) T. Mills
Is not satlsilcel; he Ik "tickled to
"I VtiiN vir) Kind tu nee the decision
nunc down an It did," Mil toil Judfto
I.)incr tills morning "I did not think
the Hoard of Health bad tho power to
Push such a resolution. ,t the same
time, I think that the thanks of the
coiuimuilty are due to the Supremo
Court for going out of Its way to Ket
tle one Hunter In the decision tho
court has stated that where we lliul
lnosiultues breeding wo can Inko nc
tlim This Is a er Important point
ns fur us the Hoard of Health Is con
No Damage Suits.
Judge! l.lndsu) stated that he ilhl not
think there would be any damage suits
nrlslng nut nf tlie decision, as the
hoard had utted In all Rood fulth and
hail dime what It had according to the
law that then existed.
The failure nf the regulations, nc
enrellng tu Chief Justice Itohcrtson.
set ins tu He In Hie fact that water
111 which inimiultues might breed docs
lint mine lllnlei the control of the
Hoard if Ilealth regulations. The
court practically sums up In the fol
lowing: Authnrlt tu prnhlhlt tho huvhigof
water III which uieculte larvae lulRht
breed Is nut authority In prnhlhlt tho
having nf u tice which Is merely ca
pable nf holding water In which such
l.imic ate liable tu luecd It wmilij
be lining violence to the laiiKuiiEe used
by the Legislature tu hold that tho utl
thorit) tu make regulations respecting
water hi which iiiiisipilto larvae might
bneil wus Intended In authorize tho
condemnation nf ull ha nana trees with
in certain areas h respective nf wheth
er iney contain water In which, nc
cnreliug to the course of nature, inos-
iiiltoi-s will lined"
The syllabus sums up as follows.
'Hoards of health have no Implied
nr Inherent power to make regulations
having tho force nf law Powers con
feind upon boards of health to en
able Ihoni tii effectually perforin their
functions In safeguarding; tho public
health should receive a liberal con
Mi action, hut a rcKUlutlon Is void
which Roes he) olid tho limits of the
potver conferred by tho I.eRlslattire.
Section fl inuilo hy tho Territorial
nunril of Health nil" November 9, 1911,
making It unlawful to have, keep.
maintain or permit, within certain
ureas, any banana, tree, or any other
trie or plant fripaWc erf hnldliiK wa
ll I lit which mosquito larvae urn liable
to breed, held to bo nut authorized by
Section ill nf tho Kcviscil Ijiws, as
llllKlldeil hy .ct 13J of the' Session
Laws nf 1911, providing that tho Hoard
of Health may make such regulations
respecting water In which mosquito
larvae breed as It shull deem ncces
sar)' fur the public health and safct) "
Wider Than Scope.
CiimliiK down tu tlie matter of Sec
tion G tlie court stutcs:
"Ho.il ds of health have nn Implied
or Inherent power tu make resolutions
having the obligatory force nf law,
and ov cry such regulation, tu he Valid,
must be shown to rest upon statutory
authority In this case It Is not (pies,
tinned, and we therefore ussume, that
tho statute authorizing tho Hoard of
Health tu make regulations respecting
water In which mosquito larvae brent
iimuiiuts to u grunt nf power to pro
hibit Ihe having on line's premises nf
wutcr In which inusipilto larvae breed
Tho sixth section of the regulation.
however, ueeoidlng tu the construction
to be Riven to It, contains prohibi
tions against having within a certain
area either 'any banana tree' or 'an
banana tieu capable) of holding water
In which mosquito larvae are liable tu
breed In either lase, It ta cfeur, tho
regulation would ho wider 111 Its scopn
than tho statute"
No Judicial Notic.
Dealing with tho queMlon of tho
eourt being asked to tuko Judicial no
tice of tho fact that banana trees hold
water hi which mosquitoes bleed, the
'It wuujd nppcur from the language
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Gestiine Buitbtu Signaturo
of the regulation that the mot tho
Hoard Of Health could Unit as a basis
upon which to rrt Its prohibition
the maintenance or banana trees Is that
they hubltunll) hold water In which
ninsipllto larvae are liable to breed Hut
counsel assert It to be a fact that b.i-
nana trees habltuall) do hold water i
In which inusqiiltii larvae breed, and j
ask the enurt to take judicial nutleo
nf the fact We mil) well take no- '
the of the fuel that banana trees are
capable of holding water, but It Is nut
all aecepteel fact that they iiatiirull)
hnd commonl.v hold water for the
length of time and under the clrcum-I
stances required to breed mosiiiltn
larvae It Is urge el that If the euiiit
will not take Judicial notice of the
fact ns refpiesteel the prosecution
(inutile! bo given an opportunity to.
make proof of It Hut before n ehargo
run be entered under which proofs inay
be adduced there must be a valid reg
ulation." Case In Point.
Iteferrlng to uises that might bo
cited, the court quoits freiui llllle v
Ileal h. 1" Itid 1J1. tni, as follows- I
"Hvery person nlTected bv the rule's'
and regulations nf such a hoard or
tribunal Is require el to govern himself'
In 'iirrolel.inee with such rules and,
regulations If within Ihe scope of tlm
authorltv graliteil l,5 ihe Legislature
and adopted and published us reepilrcel
b) law "
The case of hirst v Wiirner Is also
quoted us a g I Illustration
J Clothes -
HERE'S no disputing the
fact that at the present
time there arc more men
wearing Ready Tailored
Clothes than ever before.
In "Benjamin Clothes "
the great improvement
in style, fit and finish is particularly
Our Spring and Summer showing far ex
ceeds our best efforts of all past seasons.
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for Men and Women.
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL STS.
m IN OIULY ROOSEVELT EXPLAINS POSITION
nRM(Tuinn Trmin rnniernn
Yestetd.iy's rise In slocks, following
news that the House of lie pre senta
tlves hud tumid buck the "free sugnr"
bill In the wa)s and means committee',
proved rather Ion sharp for the mar
ket, ami ycstcrd.i) afternoon and to
day thero was n noticeable reaction
There Is an atmosphere of Incredullt)
that the repudiation nf the wns and
means lunimlttce rniilel have bnq as
point-blank ns It appears on the sur
face, and this helpid to draw down
the stocks after an iincnntrnllable burst
of enthusiasm from Investors.
The sules were beav) between
hoards, hut the exchange Itself was
stutlouar) The principal transactions
wcie In Hawaiian Coiumerehil, W'a la
bia. Oalia Sugar and Olaa. the largest
single sale being SOU shares nf Hawai
ian Commercial at 40. Wilnliin was
quoted at 1 1". 00 this morning and Oiihu
Sugar sohl at ll 25, Hawaiian Com
mercial ihnppi'il to IS SO on the board.
$1 a Year
"M position on Iho tliltil teini lj
perfetll) slniplo I stated It ns rleai
I) as I could la 1901 and reiterated
It In 1007.
"I said I would not accept n linnil
n.illcm foi n till t il term under any cir
cumstances meaning, (if couise, a
third consecutive term
"I rniihl not have Bald less at that
time, nor could 1 have said mole
"Of course, 1 could not know then
whether thero would ho n demand for
me to accept n nomination at hoiiio
"And, believing as I do that tho no
lection of candidates fur Iho Picsblcn
cv rests entlrcl) with the people, I
ronlil not sny nt no time In int llio
would I accept another nomination
"It mint be clear to nil) reasonable
mail that the picccdcnt which fort
n third term tefers enlcl) to u tl
consecutive term, It grown out of
fact that n President of tho Unl
Slates, under Ihe ptesonl convent
si stem of electing delegates, can
noniliiato himself lr he knows how
use- Ihe machine! at his dlso
even though t do uujurltj or the pi
is against hliu.
"Hut If ho has been out of olllco
a term ho lias lusi emittol of that
chlncrv lie Is In tlu pislllon ul
Intel) of nuv private citizen, The
chlncrv then Is In the hands of
itimi thfii occupjlng the olllce of
MR. TAFT TO REVERSE
ALLEGED ILLEGAL ACT
OF MR. B00SEVELT
WASIIINOTON, Keb. 10 Presi
dent Tuft Is expected to sign somo
time today nn order reversing ono of
I'lesicient Koosovelt's nets held lllo-
fial, and thus transfer back from the
finest sciilcn to the Department of
the Intel lor nunc than !!,.0u,000 acres
of Indian forest land In California.
New Mexico and Arizona
Dispute having arisen between tho
forest servlcu and the Indian bureau
ns tu whether the piotlts from tho
timber sales on the Indian lands,
which President Itooseiclt's Older
made part of ,the nutinntl forests
should go to the Indians or to tho
loiest service, the iiesllou was ic
ferred to Attouiey-Cetieral Wlckcr-
sliam Do decided In favor of tho In
illans and In hta opinion mild that
Mr Uoosevelt's order was not legul
The timber on tho land Is worth, It
Is estimated, between $15,01)0,000 and
25,onO,OUU Tho lunda uro parts ot
the Mescalero Apache, tho Jlcarlllu
Ap.iche, Znul and Navajo Indian ics-
ervatluiis In Now Molco; tho W'hlto
Mountain Indian reservation In Ari
zona, and of the. Tulu and Iloopa val
ley Indian icbcrvntions In California
,o actual timber sales wcro lnadu
on any of fills' land whllu It was un
der the administration of tho forest
Hervlce. A largo sulu which was In
process of negotiation raised tho
iiucbtlou as to tho loiest sotvlco's
Chin los (). Muscko has llled upcr
ns ii voluntary bankrupt. Tho debts
no mostlj for Ihe nut ossifies of life
Mascke Is a c.ilpenliir nud has been
In tho Islands for the last (went) -out
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