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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, J 909
THE MAUI NEWS
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THE MAUI NEWS
Crop Values of I nvt-slijinl inns that have been uim1 into (lie yields
Cfllh'oiMlijl. of vnrimw clops in California bv the California
Promotion Committee give insight into tin- vast importance of those in
diwtrics to which little consideration is generally given. According to tin
cahilatiini of 'I'lic Committee t lie total industrial output of tin- State for
the year 1!( )S ainoiuitcd to Si .1 ". M X ),(K M). Of this vast total agricul
ture played a very important part, its production amounting to more
than ? lOM.OonjWKi. low much importance is to he attached to these
ligures if lietter understood when it is realized that this output is just
di.uUe thai of three year ago.
Fifteen years ago wheat was ahout (lie only grain grown, and at that
time it was the mainstay of agriculture. The average animal production
of wheat then was valued at aooiit s l
paratively without compilative value. In 11 IDS wheat value had' fallen
to id tout Slll,(HHi,(MHi while barley had increaseil to $2li,,Nl,:ilH, raised
on land valued at more than ? .10, 000 ,000. I've, w hich increases annually
in output, was valued at 22, 000, making a total output value of these
two grdins of more than 27. 000,000, which was more than the eoin-
I lined values of all other cereal products of the State.
Hops, also, which is a growing indu.-try, makes a heavy output on an
invested capital of ahout $7,00 .l ). The Committee is now prepairing
a hamllMiok on hop growing, which w
the hop grower of the Kent. Kuglnii 1. district with the expectation of
inducing a large number i.f Kentish hop growers to emigrate to California.
More than half of the grape vines growing in the I'nitcd States are in
California, with an annua! output value of more than !f2.",(HK),(KK( and
for the production of which there is an invested capital of more than one
hundred million dollar-. A' out one hundred and sixty million dollars)
of capital is invested in the-e four industries in California and from these .
four productions alone, harley, rye, hop.- and grapes, the State receives!
an annual income of nearly fifty four million dollars, or one-fourth of
the total for all agricultural product-.
ORGANIZATION, RULES AND RE
GULATIONS OF THE JV1ALU
1. The government and direct manage
ment of the Malulani Hospital shall lie
vested in a committee of three; to be
known as the "Managing Committee of
the Malulani Hospital."
2. The Managing Committee shall be
appointed and removed by, and respon
sible to, the Hoard of Supervisors of the
County of Maui. All acts of the Manag
ing Committee shall be reporied to, and
approved by the said Hoard of Supervis-1
3. The Managing Committee shall be
composed of one member of the Hoard of
Supei visors, tlie Hospital Superinten
dent and the Matron of the Hospital.
4. The Hospital Superintendent shall
be the County Hiysician for the District
of Wailuku. He shall, on his Official
Bond, be responsible for
a. All County properlv wilhin and
for the use of the Hospital;
b. The direct and personal supervision
of the medical anil surgical branch of the
c. The general superintendence of all
other matters and affairs in connection
with the proper maintenance of the Hos
pital. He shall, by and with the approval
of the Hoard of Supervisors, apxiiiit the
Dutiks 01' Tit k Hospital Si i'kkintkx-
5. The Hospital Superintendent shall
a. Fxauiiiie all patients having no at
tending Physician applying to the Hos
pital for admission, and decide whether
they are proper hospital patients from a
medical standpoint. In the absence of
the Superintendent, the Matron nii'.y, if
she considers it advisable, place such ap
plicants fur admission in the "Isolating
Cottage" until such time as the Superin
tendent can examine and decide on the
admission of said applicant.
b. Discharge all patients under his
care when they art- lit lor discharge.
c. Order, have charge ol, and apply
all drugs and instruments required and
lielonging to the Hospital;
d. Attend the Hospital, .it least, once
every day, visiting evciy patient in h
care. He shall hold himself in readiness
to respond to any emerge:: cv call (roll!
the Hospital, whether during the night
e. Cause complete clinical notes to he
kept of all non-paying or Indite. it cases
treated in the Ho.-. iud, Mich notes 10 be
filed away in methodical order for future
f. Carefully examine all non-paying
or Indigent patients admitted and record
the result of such examination in the
clinical record oftthat case; and prepare
and preserve a "business" record of all
paying cases admitted;
g. In all non-paying or Indigent cases
and surgical Operations on same where
consultation is deemed by him, access
ry, give preference to physicians cuiu-
, K H 1,1 K M I, with other grams com
i!l he distributed extensively among I
-::'r,:THE FIRST NATIONAL
oiau, eoiiMiii wiin me attending i'livsi- j
cian in private and ward paying cases,
charging his usual fee for such consults-!
h. At all times see that the sanitary 1
conditions of the Hospital are the best; '
i. Prepare or cause to have prepared j
and sent to the County Treasurer at the :
L...f 11 . 1. ! ...
end of each calendar month a list of all 1
accounts due the Hospital, from patients I
and others, and shall at the end of each '
week dcoosit in the Cm,,,. Tr..,...,.,. i
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the usual manner, all County funds col
lected by him or the Matron;
j. Prepare and present to the Hoard!
of Supervisors, at the end of each calen- j
dar mouth, and at such other times us
they may direct, a full medical, financial !
and general Report of the Hospital;
k. Act as a member of the
1. I'eriorm an otlier duties that may
hereafter be required of him by Ihe
Managing Committee or the Board of
Supet viso;-s and for the better efficiency
and proper superintendence of the Hos
pital; Hospital Matrox:
6. The Hospital Matron shall be ap
pointed by the Superintendent on the
advice of tiie Managing Committee and
with the approval of the Board of Super
visors; 7. The Hospital .Matron shall be the
Lady Superior of the Franciscan Sisters
DcTii-s oi-' run Matrox:
K The Matron of the Hospital shall
reside nt the Hospital. She shall under
the direction of the Stiieri:iteudeiit,
a. Have charge of the books and ac
counts of the Hospil.c ;
b. Order and have charge of the pur
ch e-e and distribution of all supplies 01
every nature, excepting medical supplies;
r. Have the employing a id super-
I vi iion of the Nurses, who shall as far as
possible, be selected from the Franciscan
I d. Ivugage, discharge and otherwise
j have full charge of all subordinate em
I ployees of the Hospital;
e. Act as a member of the Managing
f. Report in writing, at the end of
each calendar month and at such other
times as he may direct to the Hospital
Superintendent, on all matters which
have come under her jurisdiction, and
are of an important nature;
g Perform such otlier duties as may
le required from lime to time, for the
better management, effectiveness and
improvement of the. Hospital, and that
may be required by he Superintendent,
the Managing Committee or the Hoard of
9. An Honorary Staft of physicians
may be formed to which any phvsician,
resident in the County and licensed to
practise by the Tcr.-itorial Government
may join, uiou the approval ol the Ho.ird
of Supervisors, and may b.- lemovcd for
cause from such Staff by the Hoard.
10. It shall be the' privilege of ill,1
physicians 011 the Honorary Staff to visit
the Hospital and make the rounds with
THE ROYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITER IS THE
EQUAL IN EVERY RESPECT OF ANY ONE HUN
DRED DOLLAR TYPEWRITER ON T51E MARKET
Chas. M. Cooke, President
11. H. Case, 2nd Vice-President
C. 1). Lufkin, Cashier
SEMI ANNUAL STATEMENT
at the close of business, June 30, 1909
T nut.u -,,wl Tliv.io.ta
United States Honds
l'remiimi 011 C S. bonds....
"' 1 ",e ""
Hanking House, Furniture, etc 6,450.00
5,: Redemption Fund 1,250.00
K. S;. O. K.
TICK RITOKY (IF HAWAII, y ss
DfXTV Ol-' mai I, t
I, C. D. I.ufkin, Cashier of the above
above statement is true to tile best of mv
1 Subscribed and sworn to before me
j 11. M.
ly- -! -
I the attending st iff during the regular
Hospital hours, and it shall be their duty
without charge, excepting actual trans
portation or traveling expenses, to res
pond to all calls made upu them by the
Hospital Superintendent for consultation
in important non-paying or Indigent
11. The privilege shall be granted to
any physician 011 the Houoraiy Staff to
place in the Hospital and attend in ward
or private rooms, patients of his own,
they complying to the rules and regula
tions of the Hospital as herein set foiih.
Rl I.KS CoNCKRXING I'ATIICNTS.
12. The ward shal be Ireeto Indigents
and the Supcivit -of the District whence
the patient comes shall decide whether
or no the patient comes under this class.
13. Patients, not Indigents, occupying
beds in the ward and attended by a
member of the Honorary Stiff, shall be
charged one dollar (fl.oo) per day.
Patients, not indigen's, occupying bds
in the ward and attended by a Physician
not a member of the Houo:ary Staff shall
be charged one Dollar and Twenty five
cents (Ji. 25) per day.
14. Patients occupying private rooms
and attended by a member of the Honor
ary Staff shall be charged .S2.50 per day
for such room and nursing. Patients
occupying private rooms and attended
by a Physician not a lnemberof the Hon
oraiy Staff shall be charged Three Dollars
(!3-oo) per day for such room and nurs
ing. 15. Any patient coming to the Hospi
tal for su gical oieratioiis shall bt charg
ed 15.00 in addition to the charges made
for room and nursing, for the use of the
operating room. Minor cases not re
quiring so much preparation shall be
charged accordingly, the minimum fee,
however, shall be $5.00.
16. Patients sufle nig from acute con
tagious diseases or incurable diseases or
obstetric cases will not be admitted to
17. The Hospital Siiieri:ileiideiit shall
not be per. Hilled to make any charge for
ihe care ol non-paying or Indigent
patients in the Hospital, but may make
Ids usual churges for paying patients
You can Pay more but
You cannot Buy more
BANK OF W AiLUKU
V. T. Robinson, 1st Vice-President
R. A. Wadsworth, Director
A. Aalberg, Auditor
Surplus and Profits
named bank, do solemn'y swear that the
knowledge and belief.
C. D. Ll'FK IN, Cashier.
this 2nd day of Julv,
CORK, Notary Public Sec. lud. Circuit.
18. All patients, but Indigents, 011 ell
tering the Hospital must deposit with the
Superintendent a sum sufficient to pry
for, from two weeks to one month in
advance, as he, the Superintendent, may
decide; or he must present a written
guarantee for the payment of the same,
signed by some responsible person, which
if acceptable to the Superintendent as a
valid guarantee, shall be sufficient.
M iscKi.i.Axi-:oi s Provisions.
19. F.xeeptiug as provided by Para
graph 16, the Hospital shall be open to
all persons who may desire medical treat
ment, and any imtieiit, on being register
ed as an inmate shall accept, abide bv
and be subject to these rules.
20. Iu case more applications for en
trance to the Hospital are made than
there are accomodations for, first pre
ference shall be given to Indigents,
second preference to patients attended
by members of the Honorary Staff; third
preference to those having 110 medical
Attendant; and lastly, to those attended
by Physicians not meinbersof the II0110
21. All disputes, misunderstandings or
alleged irregularities in the care, manage
ment or control of the Hospital, shall be
investiga.ed, carefully considered and
decided bv the Managing Committee;
such decision of the Managing Committee
shall be final, subject only to an ap)eal
to the Hoard of Supervisors.
12. These Rules may be iu special and
extreme cases suspended temporarily by
the unanimous vote of the Managing
Hoard of Supervisors for and within the
County of Maui.
(Signed.) Bv V. F. POC.l'Ii,
I hereby eert'fy that the foregoing
rules and regulations upon consideration
had and vote taken were adopted by the
Hoard of Silervisors of the County of
Maui, at its regular session held iu Wai
luku on the 8th day of October, lyoo,.
Wm F. KAAK,
County Clerk, County of Maui.
I Wailuku, Maui, October 14, 1909.
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