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TUHSHAV, MARCH 28.
The special Dowsctt Committee,
composed of Dowsett, Onudall,
Hewitt, Kalama nnd McCandlcss
reported back to the Senate the
county bill with numerous nmend
meuts and recommendations. One
of the most important amendments
was providing a supervisor for each
district, with the exception of Ho
nolulu which is rIvch four. This
aroused considerable discussion,
and on motion the amendment was
lost. Dickey moved to strike out
the amendment empowering the
county clerk to declare elected any
candidate, when the number of can
didates nominated does not exceed
the number to be elected. The
amendment was rejected. The
committee added a section provid
ing for a referendum of the county
bill to the people, which was lost
by a vote of 12 to i. The Senate
adjourned at noon.
WKDNIiSDAY, MARCH 20.
There was a disposition to hasten
legislation, and the resolution re
quiring bills to be deferred twenty
four hours before being acted upon
The President appointed Mcssts.
Woods, Dowsctt and Kolama as
members of the conference commit
tee to consider House Dill 136, re
lating to social clubs. Those from.
the House arc Messrs. Long, Cox
Debate arose on second reading
over the bill to prevent the wanton
destruction of food, fishes. Gaudall
dwelt upon the alarming diminu
tion of certain kinds of valuable
food fish being caught with small
vmcsh nets, from baby sharks to the
tiniest of the finny tribes, which
were fed to hogs and ducks.
The bill to prevent the High
Sheriff and his deputies from prac
ticing law during their terms of of
fice, on third reading was laid pn
the table, the objection being made
that this would interfere with the
economical working of the county
Acin opposed senate Hill 92,
providing for a high scoool tor Hilo,
unless East Hawaii would be will
ing to accept the cost of construction
out of their proportion of the loan
appropriations. The bill passed
second reading by 11 affirmative
The Governor's vote on Senate
Bill 46, providing for summary pro
ceedings to recover land, was read
and sustained by unanimous vote.
The bill permits suit for summary
possession in a district court in any
part of the Territory, far removed
from the place where the laud is
located and in the opinion of the
Governor would work a hardship.
The county bill came up for the
consideration and on motion of
Paris the following chajiges were
made in salaries: County clerk of
Hawaii, ?I200, instead of $1800;
treasurer of Hawaii county, $2000,
instead of $1,800; deputy assessor
and tax collector of Kau, the same
officer of South Koua and the same
of North Kona, each $720 instead
McCandlcss moved to have the
ballots for the county election white
instead of green. Carried. Debate
arose over the date of the first elec
tion. Paris wanted the election
next November and the act to take
effect January 1st. On motion of
McCandlcss it was provided that
the first election be on June 20 and
the act to take effect July 1st.
Dickey wanted all the county offi
cers to serve without pay during
the first year, but the motion failed.
At 2:45 the bill passed second
House Bill 95, to amend Section
3124 of the Revised Laws of Ha
waii, relating to lights, passed third
reading. It provides a fine of not
to exceed $10 for frilure of the rider
or user of every automobile, bicycle,
tricycle or vehicle to carry a light.
House Hill 126, to amend Section
1177 of the Revised Laws, relating
to the appointment of a Registrar
of Public Accounts, passed third
reading. It authorizes the Gover
nor, with the consent of the Senate
to appoint an assistant treasurer,
removable at the pleasure of the
THURSDAY, MARCH 30.
The Senate held no session today.
I'KIDAY, MARCH 31.
The Senate received a report
from the Ways and Means Commit
tee recommending the repeal of
amendment of certain laws relating
io the manufacture of spirituous
liquors. The Committee maintain
that there is no necessity now for n
restriction on the manufacture of
liquors, since the federal laws are
in force in the Territory. The
committee say that aside from re
lieving the Territory of the expense
of prosecutions for illicit liquor
manufacture, they arc of the opin
ion that permitting the manufacture
of liquors in the Territory would be
a benefit financially to the Terri
tory in several ways. It is believed
that good liquor can be produced
here at as little cost as on the main
land, and sold here would keep in
the Territory money which would
otherwise go abroad. In the pro
duction of liquor real estate is im
proved and taxable values thereby
increased. The bill passed second
Uy a vote of 1 1 to 3, the Senate
passed the Quinn Sunday Hill over
the Governor's veto.
The bill providing for an exami
nation of official court reporters of
the First Circuit Court passed third
reading by a vote of 11 to 2, the
latter by Kalama and Dowsett.
The firearms license law passed
third reading by a vote of 13 ayes
and i no, the latter by Paris.
House bill 132, relating to fines
and costs in criminal cases, passed
third reading unanimously.
The County Act was then taken
up for third reading. Only a few
minor changes iu wording were
SATURDAY, APRIL 1ST.
The Senate had a short session,
adjourning at noon. The following
bills came up for third reading:
Senate bill 10, to repeal the law
prohibiting the manufacture of
okolchao. The bill passed, Bishop,
Dickey, Wilcox and Iscuberg vot
ing against it.
Senate Bill 23, the Hilo High
School Bill, was read for the third
time and passed without dissent.
Senate Bill 84, the game law, on
third reading was deferred until
Tuesday on motion of Dowsett.
MONDAY, APRIL 3D.
Senate Bill 87, the fire escape
bill, passed third reading, only one
vote being cast against it.
Senate Bill 90, to preserve the
food fishes of the Territory, with
an amendment exempting aquar
iums and breeding ponds from the
operations' of the statu e, passed
third reading without dissent.
Senate Bill 100, to provide for
the checking of contagious diseases,
pissed third reading, Lane, Mc
Candlcss, Bishop and Gaudall vot
ing against it.
House Bill 90, to license and re
gulate the practice of veterinary
House Bill 118, the usuory law,
The License bill, Senate Bill 48,
was taken up and read section by
TUI5SDAY, MARCH 28.
The House turned down the
Senate's amendments to the House
Bill relating to club license, upon
motion of Nakuina. As passed by
the House, the bill provides for a
fsoo tax on clubs J&irnishiug meals
and liquors to members and guests.
The Senate amendment permitted
members and guests to buy liquors
Fernandez's bill for "the relief of
J. Golstein," passed third reading.
The particular relief wanted by
Goldstein is the sum of $52, which
was collected illegally by the Terri
tory iu October, 1900.
Andrade's bill to regulate the
practice of veterinary medicine,
surgery and dentistry came up for
third reading and passed without
Smith's bill to provide for the
voting of a qualified elector who
has failed to register owing to sick
ness or absence, passed.
Senate Bill 34, providing for the
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filing of plans and surveys of laud
in the office of the Registrar of
Senate Hill 57, relating to im
pounding of animals, passed third
reading by if) to 10.
Senate Bill 9, providing for the
regulation of' the trial and proba
tion of juvenile delinquents, passed
third reading by 16 to 10.
Senate Hill 58, to provide for the
publication of the decisions of the
United States District Court, passed
Greenwell's bill to provide a pen
alty of $250 for any person who
practices medicine when unquali
ficd or when his license has been
revoked, passed third reading.
Sheldon's bill to regulate farriers
and horscshocrs came up for third
reading and was discussed at
length. It passed by 18 to 8. '
Watcrhouse's bill to protect the
owners of bottles and cases in which
beer, medicines and similar articles
arc put up passed by 22 to 6.
Senate' Hill 30, to amend the laws
relating to the cleaning of streets
and removal of garbage, passed
Senate Hill 67, to provide for a
board of commissioners for the col
lection and indexing of public ar
chives, passed third reading with
Senate Hill 60, to strike out sev
eral obsolete sections in the Revised
Laws of Hawaii, which refer to
public markets, passed third read
ing. Senotc Bill 63, to provide for the
appointment of masters iu chancery,
was indefinitely postponed.
, WIJDNHSDAY, MARCH 29.
The Governor's veto of Senate
Bill 46, relating to the summary
possession of land, was sustained,
and by a vote of 21 to 7, the House
passed the Quinn Sunday law over
the Governor's veto. ' Twenty
votes were necessary.
Rep. Broad's bill prohibiting the
employment of female stenogra
phers and typewriters in the govern
ment offices, where there were
male opplicants aroused considera
ble discussion and was finally tabled.
The Committee on Public Lands
and Internal Improvements report
ed on the following matters:
Widening School street extension,
Hilo; building a culvert across Alc
naiu stream; widening Kukuati
road, $5,000. (Smith.) Recom
mended. Fernandez introduced a resolu
tion for the appointment of a com
mittee of five to investigate the
economic and industrial conditions
which exist in consequence of the
presence in Hawaii of aliens who
exist on a much smaller sum than
is required by the Americans, with
a view to framing a law on the
THURSDAY, MARCH 30.
The House passed a resolution
iu the interests ol advancement of
legislative matters, requiring all
committees to report back to the
House within five days on matters
referred to them.
The Leprosy bill passed third
reading without dissent.
The Committee on Public Lands
and improvements recommended
the appropriation of $550 to reim
burse John Lycurgus for work done
on the Katimana road (Lewis).
Cox's bill relating to private
lauds used as public parks was up
for third reading but as several
members wanted further informa
tion on its provisions, it was recom
mitted by Andrade's motion.
Lewis' bill relating to the licens
ing of engineers and the users of
steam boilers and engines was next
on the list for third reading. No
decision had been reached on it
when the House adjourned.
I'RIDAY, MARCH 31.
The action of the House was
purely formal Representative
Lewis' bill for licensing steam en
gineers was deferred until April 5.
The Health Commiitce reported
on the cremation bill, which pro
hibits the cremation of deceased
persons without the consent of the
family, recommending the enact
ment of a substitute, which they
SATURDAY, APRIL I.
Coelho introduced his anti-Japanese
resolution, asking thnt Con-
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BijRKHi.UY, July 18, 1904.
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