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VLL.XXII No 8.
PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1886.
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In the matter of the charges and specifica
tions against F. C. Hatch, Oscar Lincoln and
M. W. Stewart, Diectors of the Territorial
Insane Asylum of Aizona pending before His
Excellency C. Meyer Julick, Governor.
To His Excellexct, C. Meter Zclick, Gov-
EKXOIt OF THE TeIRITOBY OF ARIZONA:
Come now the ibove named directors (re
spondents herein ) ry their Attorneys E. J.
Edwards and Herndoi & Hawkins and for an
swer to the written clurge and specifications pre
ferred by Your ExceLency on April 29th, 1886,
against said directors of said Territorial Insane
Asylum, deny and illege as follows:
Deny that the or either of them are or
have beon guilty o any neglect of duty or of
official misconduct or of incompetency in any
manner or respect whatever, but on the contra
ry they say that, roni the time of their appoint
ment as such dhectors they have faithfully,
diligently and as the law directs discharged
their dutj, with asingle desire to faithfully and
honestly carry out the provisions of the law and
for the test interests of the Territory of Arizona.
Deny that they neglected to trausmit to
the Governor a certified copy of tho record of
the bonds receive! nnd sold, the name of the
purchaser and the price received as required by
law, as stated in tke first specification.
In answer tospeencition second they deny
that the law r. quired or directed that the $100,
000 face value of Insane Asylum bonds, or any
part thereof should be sold at public sale, and
respondents do ?ay that l efore the sale o any
of said bonds the3' ciused the notioe of such sale
to be published for the space of one month in
four daily newspapers published in English
one in the Uitv ot flew XorK, atite ot irw
1-ork, one in the City of San Francisco, State
California, one at the Territorial Capital, and
one in Tho-City of Phoenix, in said Territory.
That said notice specified the amount of bonds
to be sold, the rate of interest they should bear.
the place, day and hour of sa'e, and that sealed
proposals would be received by the said Board
of Directors for the purchase of said bonds
within one month from the expiration of such
first publication ; and at the place, on the day
nd hour named hi said notice, the respondents
met and m ll"g vcara mnaii-nA fnm now! lr.ntla nr
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Harris, made a proposition to said Directors to
purchase the whole of said bonds at ninety -five
cents on the dollar, which bid was accepted by
the said Board of Directors. That said Harris
paid the sum of nine thousand five hundred
dollars for ten of said bonds, and that after
wards on the account of the reports put in cir
culation by certain parties not having tho inter
est of the Territory at heart, and being desirous
of defeating the ends aimed at by the law
creating said Asylum and providing for the
erection nnd maintenance thereof, that said
onds were not good and valid securities, and
that the Act authorizing their issue would.be
annulled by Congress, the said Harris declined-
to toko any more of saids bonds, copies of which
snid reports so coming to said H. E. Harris by
etters are hereto attached and marked Exhibits
"A," "B," "C," and made a part hereof. Re-
- ing upon this sale to said Harris, the Board
of Directors adopted the phns and specifications
of one W. C. Costcllow, for the erection of the
nsane Asylum and after complying with all the
requirements of the law in advertising for sealed
proposals for the contract of erecting the same,
accepted the proposition of Messrs. Carle, Croly
& Abernethy, ot Stockton, California, for the
erection of the building the oiiginal contract
)eing the sum of $42,999. and they the con
tractors immediately thereatter commenced the
construction of said building. At the time that
the said Harris failed to take the balance of
said bonds there was remainiug in the hands of
the treasurer of said Board of Directors a bal
ance of about six thousand dollars in cash to
meet this contract of $42,999. Said Directors
findinsr themselves with a contract on hand and
only the sum of about six thousand dollars in
money at their command it became absolutely
necessary under the spirit and intent of the
law, and to carry out the provisions thereof in
equit and good conscience to realize the money
on said bonds, and keep faith with said contrac
tors and that accordingly said bonds were sold
by the directors at and for the price of ninety
five cents on the dollar, and in accordance with
Deny that they sold one hundred thousand
dollars face value of Insane Asylum bonds for
less than ninety-five per cent, of their face value.
Deny that they delivered ninety bonds to
William Christ' without security or written
contract of conditions of sale, or that they fail
ed to require of him the payment into the treas
ury of the Board of Directors the proceeds of
Deny that they failed to have official knowl
edge that the money entrusted to the treasurer
was kept in a safe and reliable repository; but
on the contrary, they say and allege, that the
said money was placed in a safe and reliable de
pository, and the same is now, and has always
been, kept so, of all of which the Board had and
has official knowledge.
Deny that they extravagantly expended
the public funds by paying one hundred dollars
per month to one N. A. Morford as Secretary
of such Beard, and respondents allege the facts
to be that the salary of the said Secretary was
fixed, on the organization of the Board, at
twenty-five dollars per month, and so continued
until September when, by vote of the Board,
in consequence of the increased duties of said
Secretary, his salary was raised to one hundred i
dollars per month, and so continued until on or
about the month of March following when it
was reduced to fifty dollars per month. That
the salary paid to said Secretary is reasonable
and just and no more than he is reasonably aud
justly entitled to on account of the work done by
Denv that hey misappropriated the sum
of seven hunnrcd sixty-six dollars or any other
sum to defray the expenses of Directors
Stewart and Hatch to San Francisco ; but re
spondents allege that Directors Stewart and
Hatch went to San Francisco, Napa and Stock
ton and by order of the Board and upon legit
imate business for said Board of Directors, for
the purpose of negotiating the sale of said
bonds, and for the purpose of visiting the insane
as lums of California and consulting with the res
ident physicians upon the practicability of the
plans and specifications for the erec ion of the In
sane Asylum in this Territory. That it became
and was necessary for the saidDirectors to obtain
such knowledge and information, in order for
them to intell g-ntly adopt plans and specifica
tions for the said Asylum building, and to
faithfully carry out the provisions of the law,
and that the expenses so incurred by them were
and are legal and equitable charges against the
Territory. And that they received as compen
sation for such sci vices the sum of seven hun
dred and sixty-six dollar?, which said sum was in
adequate to cover the expenses so incuned by
said Stewart and Hatch, Director Hatch receiv
ing the sura of $344.25, and Director Stewart
Deny that the payment of twelve hundred
and seventy dollars to Director Lincoln as com
pecation is or was illegal or unauthorized.
In answer to Specification Nine, respon
dents do say that they did approve the official
botrf uf William CInlsLi m the sum of -fifty
thousand dollars, but they deny that thvy did
sc epprove or without advising themselves re
specting the competency of the sureties thereon;
and they deny that by approving said bond that
they thereby jeopardized the public moneys un
der the control of said board, and the respondents
allege that the law creating said office of treas
urer only required a bond in the sum of ten
thousand dollars, but that tho said Board of
Directors, not regarding such amount sufficient,
required of tho said treasurer that he execute a
bond in the sum of fifty thousand dollars, being
forty thousand dollars in excess of the amount
required by the law. That said bond was at all
times, rnd now is, a good and sufficient bond.
In answer to Specification Ten, respondents
say that the Honorary Board of Directors of the
Insane Asylum had no right nor authority to
order or direct the Secretary and Treasurer of
the Board of Directors to appear before them
in person with the books and papers pertaining
to their respective offices at the City of Pres
cott. That said officers reside at the City of
Phenix; that all the business of the Board was
transacted at the City of Phenix, that they held
their meetings there, and their office, and all
the books and papers pertaining thereto were
kept at the said City of Phenix; and that the
aw contemplated that the meeting of th Hon
orary Board of Directors of said Insane Asylum
be ai the said Insane Asylum, or at the City of
Phenix, where the books and papers are at all
times open to the inspection of the Honorary
Board of Directors and the general public, as
will be seen by Section 25, of the Act of the
Legislature, establishing said Asylum, and pro
viding for the government thereof, and to which
reference is hereby made.
In answer to Specification Eleven, respon
dents admit Directors Lincoln and Hatch re
fused to answer certain questions propounded
to them by Your Excellency, as a member of
the Honorary Board of Insane Asylum Direc
tsrs, in the presence of said Honorary Board.
But respondents say that they were justi
fied in so doing for the reason that said ques
tions were not legal, proper or legitimate, and
assumed facts which did nut exist; and for tho
further reason that said examination by said
Honorary Board was conducted with closed
doors and in secret, and upon questions pre
pared by said Honorary Boaid, or some mem
ber thereof in writing.
That said Directors Lincoln and Hatch re
quested that a copy of all said questions should
be furnished to them, so they might prepare
their answers to the same in writing; but this
reasonable request was denied. (A copy of
which said request is hereto attached and marked
That Director Hatch was furnished a list of
certain questions, which he objected to, but that
afterwards such list was demanded of him by
said Honorary Board, aud he, upon such demand,
delivered the same to said. Honorary Board.
That Director Hatch was again summoned
before said Honorary Board to answer the ques
tions remaining unanswered by him, at which
time said Hatch appeared and submitted to said
Honorary Board his reasons, in writing, why he
would not answer the questions. (A copy of
such communication is hereto attached and
marked Exhibit E.
Your Excellency refused to receive said
communication or allow the same to be read,
on the grounds, as stated by Your Excellency,
that said Director Hatch had placed himself, b
his actions in refusing to answer the said ques
tions, outside the bounds of propriety and that
h was not entitled to any courtesy from said
Deny that they acted with undue haste or
in violation of business judgment and discretion
in withdrawing from the Territorial Treasurer
the entire issue of bonds, or that they forced
upon the market said bonds.
Deny that by any act or acta ot said re
spondents the chances to secure a fair price for
said bonds were lessened.
Deny that any act of respondents in the sale
of said bonds was in violation of business judg
ment or discretion or that the Territory has
lost one dollar in any way by them as such Di
rectors. Respondents do further deny each and every
charge contained in said specification and each
and every charge preferred against them by
Your Excellency, from the beginning to the end
thereof, not hereinbefore admitted.
And respondents having tu.ly answered all
the charges and specifications preferred against
them by Your Excellency, do further say: That
they in good faith, and tor the purpose of carry
ing out the provisions of the Act of the Legisla
ture, have cause to be erected an asylum build
ing and recessary out-houses upon the lands
conveyed to them.
Tint ibey have also caused said lands (160 acres) to be
put in cultivation, having planted and growing thereon ten
acres of orchards and vines, two acres of Vegetables, and
one hundred and five (105) acres of wheat and alfaifa.
That said building u substantially built and of great
strength ana beauty.
That said Directors have acted in the best of faith and
in their judgment for the best interests of the Territory in
every step they have taken and it any errors have been
committed, they did not know it
That they have each given bond in toe sum of ten
thousand dollars; that said oonds are solvent; and they, the
said Directors, are able and willing to respond in damages,
if they have in any way neglected their duty or violated
the law, or if the Territory has lost anything by any act of
And finally respondents do say that for the purpose of
establishing the legality of all and every of their ofickl acts,
and the integrity of tbir conduct, regarding M- iber har
Bone as such Directors, they are ready and willing to have a
thorough and complete examination before any legally con
But they do most respectfully deny that Your Excel
lency, the Governor, has the nghr, under the Organic Act
and the laws of this Territory, to preter charges, and then
to sit in a judicial capacity and exercise the functioas of a
Court, Judge and Jury, to hear, try and determine the same.
E. J. EO WARDS, and
HERN DON & HAWKINS,
Attorneys for Respondeat
N. W. BAJUUS. a J. HAJUta.
N. W. HARRIS k CO,
115 & 1I7 Monroe Street, Montauk Block,
Adjoining First National Bank Bl'dng,
Chicago, Oct 29th, 1885.
H. E. Harris, Esq., Prescott, Ariz:
Dear Sir On examination we find that by Section
1850 of the revised statutes of the United Sates, the laws
passed by the legislature of Arizona have to be submitted
to Congress and if disapproved it shall be null and of no
effect. Has this statute been repealed as to Arizona? If
si-, please refer us to the law repealing this revision. It
not please inlorm us if the bill authorizing the issue of the
Insane Hospital bonds have been presented to Congress
rnd approved? Please tafonn us by return mail and geatly
oblige. Yours truly,
N. W. HARRIS & CO.
P. S We sent a duplicate ot this letter to Phenix to
N. W. HARRIS. I. J. HARRIS.
N. W. HARRIS CO.,
. Investment Bankers,
115 & 117 Monroe Street, Montauk Block,
Adjoining First National Bank Bl'dg.
Chicago, Oct. 19th, 1885.
E. Harris, Esq , Prescott, Ariz.:
Dear tiR We are informed that the U. S. Congress
ill be asked to annul the act authorizing the Insane Asy
lum bonds, and that the assessed valuation of the Territory
is $G.ooo,coo, less this year than last year, and alo that
said bonds were offered at 95 to parties in San Francisco
The panics who bought the former issue, we are informed.
declined to buy this issue upon any terms, as their issue
was not approved by the best citizens of the Territory, etc
1 his information does not agree with the representa
tion you made to us, so we thought that in justice to you
that we should immediately communicate them to you.
N. W. Harris & Co.
N. W. HARRIS. D. J. HARRIS.
N. W. HARRIS & CO.,
176 Dearborn St.
Chicago, Not. 18th, 1885,
E. Harris, Prescott, Arizona:
Dear Sir Your letter of the 7th inst is at hand to
day. In veiw of a letter received from our Mr. N. v.
Harris, who is east, we have decided, in view of the various
rumors respecting th; Arizona bonds, not so run any risk
with them, and we accordingly telegraphed you to-night
night message, "contract cancelled."
Wc infer from your asking us o telegraph in this way
that you have not received our letter of Nov, ad, in which
we stated that in view of all the circumstances of the esse
we released you from your agreement with us of October
16th, 1885, but, as we stated therein, as roon as the law un
der which the bonds were issued, has been approved by
Congress, if the bonds are not then sold, do not fail to in
form us. Yeurs truly,
N. W. Harris & Co.
(EXHIBIT D )
Prescott, A. T., April ajd, 1886. 1
To the Honorary Board or Directors for the Iksans
Asylum or Arizona:
Gentlemen -We. Oscar Lincoln and F. C Hatch,
members of the Beard f Directors of the Insane Atylua da
hereby respectfully request a copy cf all the written inter
rogatories which you have prepared and exhibited to be pro
pouuded to us and to which vou desire us to mike answer.
We find these interrogatories so complex, prolix acd
mixed, and covering questions not of fact only, but of policy,
law and conclusion, that time is required for an examination
01 mem in oraer to understand their full meanwz.
e will cheerfully answer any question of fact without
delay, but ask sufficient time to fully understand these inter
rogatories now exhiDited before attempting a reply.
F. C HATCH.
Prescott, April 24th, 1886.
tothe hoxorart board of directors for the insane
Gextli men I am in receipt of your notice directing
me again lo appear before your Honorary Board 3nd answer
the interrogatories propounded to me in writing at your
Maijy of your questions are upon a false representation
of facts, and of such character that without study, I cannot
fully understand their Hue meaning.
Iamieady, cbeei fully, to answer any and all ques
tions that your Board may direct regarding facts within my
knowledge, and to aid you in every way in the performance
of your duiits, but I positively refuse to answer, and, have
my answers recorded, to a list of some forty questions care
fully prepared by you, unless I am furnished a complete copy
of all said questions, and time qiven me to prepare my an
swers. If you have the right to prepare and propound these
questions to me, I cenainly can justly claim thr (nr
a copy of said questions, that 1 may fully comprehend
them before my answers are given.
Signed F. C HATCH,
Director Insane Asylum Commission.
IK T3E MATTER OF THE CHABCE AND SPECIFICATIONS
AGAINST F. a MATCH, OiCAR UNCOLN AND M. W
STEWAUT. DIRECTORS OF THE TERKITOfcUl. ISSISE
ASYLUM OF ARIZONA, PENDING B I FORE EIS EXCUL
1XNCY, C. METER ZULICK. GOVERNOR
riEA TO THE JURISDICTION.
Now come the above named Respondents and plead,
lhat lus fcxcrllency, the Uovcrnor of the Territory cf An
zona, has no jurisdiction of the subject matter:
First: The Governor hasno judicial power to hear, or
try, or try and determine the subject of this action, on the
written charge and specifications, or any of them, on file
Second : The judicial power of the Territory of Ari
zona is invested in the Supreme Court, the District Courts,
and the inferior Courts created by law.
Having fully plead to the jurisdiction, the Respond
ents pray that said charge and specifications, and the pro
ceedings herein be dismissed.
Said Respondents, by
E. J. EDWABDS and
T HERN'DON 8c HAWKINS, .
The said Respondents, subject to action on the plea to
the jurisdiction pleaded, demur to tbc said charge and
specifications, and to each of them, because of the face
thereof, and of each of the same, it appears that his Excel
lency, the Governor, etc, has co jurisdiction of the subject
of the action, and has no judicial power, neither to hear,
nor to try, nor to try and determine the subject of the ac
tion, nor the written charge nor the specification?, nor any
of them, and so the Respondents pray that the same be
Said Respondents, by
E. J. EDWARDS and
HERNDON & HAWKINS,
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On resuming the hearing of the charges and specifica
tions against the Board of Directors of the Insane Asylum,
on Thursday, the Governor, after overruling the demurrer
to jurisdiction filed by counsel for the Directors, directed
that James A. Bayard, Secretary of the Territory, be called
as a witness on behalf of the Territory. Mr. Bayard, after
oeing sworn oy the uorernor, identified certain papers in
his possession as Secretary of the Honorary Board of Direc
tors, which were all introduced in evidence, the Governor
overruling the objections cf counsel for the Directors to
their admission, which objeciions were made on the ground
that the Governor had no power to administer an oath to
any person testifying as a witness in this case, and also be
cause none of the papers or documents in question were
sworn to or in any way proven to be the instruments tbey
a. 1 a r. t-mrw
porpori 10 oc. Alter wnien, .nr. iiayara was cross exam
ined, as folluws, by Mr. Herndon, counsel for the Di
Mr. Hemdon. Mr. Bayard, when did roa sien this
report of the Honorary Board of Directors of the Insane
Answer. On the 29th of ApriL
Mr. H. Do you know when the charges sxainst these
Directors were prepared ?
Ans. I don t think 1 quite understand the question.
Mr. H. It is simply, do you know when these
charges were prepared by the Governor?
Ans. I can t say positively, now, what the exact date
Cues. Was it before or after the report of the Hon
orary Board of Directors was made out ?
Ans.; 1 believe it was after.
Mr. H. Do you know who sent that report to Phce-
Ans. I did.
Mr. H. Do you know whether or not "the charges
against the Directors went down at the same time?
Ans. 1 do not
Mr. H. Mr. Bayard, who had signed that report at the
tune you sent it from here ?
Ans. I had.
Mr. H. Had anyone else signed it ?
Ans. No, sir?
Mr. H Who signed it beside yourself afterwards ?
Ans. Dr. Mahoney.
Mr. H. How many, members of that Honorary
Board are there ?
Ans. There are five members.
Mr. H. When did you get this report back from
Ans. I don't know as I can give you the exact date;
bnt I think the report went down on the twenty-ninth of
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in Vl Wlagmti to Fart W locate. I Bailee;
Vl Mnuellt-- ta Fart Tfi 'nee (Xaraja
K11 ry) 23 rnle;CauondeCnelle,tmlit.
e aC non,9znue.
laMolbrook.trl-wfeklj-etcee. to Fort
A ache. Bo mile.: S?rtngerTllle 85 miiae;
aow Low. So mllo; TajlorrtU. S5 ratlee;
4cqatlnuiaa Vll e(co rejnlar aiaxea) to
Via NbtiJo. daily ataseato SU Jobna. SI
rolln: tprtoaenrltieSS mile..
Via Wlnalirw to Knjiim City and Santit
Via Aab Korte, dnr Magea to Prtaeolt
and WLicpie Barnttki.&l mite: dtliralaa
iroia Preacou to Fuenlz na Ul-weckly elaf j
to Fort Verde
Via P acb Fprlnta to tbe Grand Canon of
tbe Colorado. 11 mil a.
Via Kinsman, a liy atagea to S'ocktoa
HIU.louiliea;Mln lPark. 163IIea;Crbat
Via Voce to Hun l.io mltea.
Via TLoNeojlef. ateamtro Yams, Col
orado river aeeney.Kort M"J-e, Mojare City
Hardyrlile. ArUon ,and El Dorado Canon,
general PAtaenicer Agent.
D. B. ROBIN ON,
General Una;er, Albuquerque, X. 3f.
3 A. Huih. E. W. Well, fiumner Howarc"
RUSH, WELLS & EOWARD.
Attorceya and Oountellora at Law
Preseett. TaraDal Countr. Arizona. Will ai.
tend promptly to all buMnea entroited to
them in the court of record In tbe territory,
E. M. SANFORD.
ATTO RN'E Y-AT- LAW
Office eaa Cortez Street, a few doora aorta
Taut f Jouktjll office
DR. K. S. ALNSWORTH,
PStTalCIAX AUD OCISIOI.
Orflrs Oatagoualltnildinr.OorUr atraaCi
ATT HNEY-AT.LAW. P. 8. COMMBV
8IOXER anil for Third DKtrict Court,
Yarapal eoanty. Office neat door In Rata
A W!l J. prwmU. A. T. Jj
Physiciak akd Sdkgioi,
Office oa Montezuma street,
Om dcor North of Reese A Co'a Dnifjitf
L. F. EGGERS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
DISTRICT ATTORNEY OF YAVAPAI COUXTY,
Office in Court House 1 -: Prescott.
Attorney General or Arzoma.
Attokxkt ass Cocxsxlor at Law
Omca OTar tbe Bank ot A-rtioaa,
J. C HERNDON. J J. HAWKINS
HERNDON A HAWKINS,
ATTOROEY5 AND COUNSELORS AT LA
Special attention to conveyancing aad
omce work of all kinds.
HENRY CLAY BURKE.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR-AT-LAW.
VWI11 cractlee In ail tha nnrii of Ariaona.
and before tbe varlcui Department in Waab
Oece-Room JTo. 3. over Sink of Arfaona.
Prescott, A. T.
Cob Web Hail,
Formerly known oa the Parlor F aloes,
MOXTKZUM.t BT., FACINO THE PLAZA.
apeelalty of IUn
WINES and IIQUOKS
U1 TUX BEaT.
P. M. FISHER, Proprietor.