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H. B. No. 51, by Mr. Kaniho, entitled "An Act relating to the segregation of lepers.”

On motion of Mr. Makekau, the House thereupon adjourned.

S. MEHEULA,
Approved:

Clerk.
JOSEPH A. AKINA,

Speaker.

TWENTY-SECOND DAY.

House of Representatives,

Honolulu, T. H., March 19th, 1901. The House came to order at 9 o'clock a. m., pursuant to adjournment. A quorum not being present, adjournment was taken until 9:30 o'clock, when the House reconvened.

Hon. J. A. Akina, Speaker, presiding.
Prayer by Chaplain Kamoku.
Roll Call:

Present--- Messrs. Ahulii, Aylett, Beckley, Ewaliko, Gilfillan, Hihio, Kaauwai, Kauimakaole, Kawaihoa, Keiki, Kekaula, Keliikoa, Kumalae, Mahoe, Makainai, Makekau, Monsarrat, Mossman, Nailima, Paele, Puuki, Robertson, Wilcox and Mr. Speaker---24.

Came in later--- Messrs. Dickey, Emmeluth, Hoogs and Prendergast---4.

Absent---Messrs. Haaheo and Kaniho---2.

The Journal of Proceedings of the preceding dav was read and approved.

BILLS ON THIRD READING.

Under a suspension of the Rules, the following Bills came up for consideration upon their third reading:

H. B. No. 1, by Mr. Mossman, entitled “An Act to appropriate money for the purpose of defraying the expenses of the session of the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii of the year 1901 from the public Treasury.” Mr. Mossman moved to reconsider the vote upon which the House concurred in the Senate amendment to said Bill. Carried. Mr. Mossman thereapon moved to strike out the word "publication” in Section 2 and insert in lieu thereof the word “approval". Amendment carried. On motion of Mr. Emmeluth, the Senate amendment to strike out the letter "u" in the word "fourty” in the draft submitted to the Senate was concurred in. Thereupon, on motion of Mr. Makekau, the Bill passed as amended.

H. B. No. 17, by Mr. Robertson, entitled “An Act relating to practice in criminal cases and amending Sections 1, 2, 3 and 4 of Chapter XL of the Session Laws of 1876.” An error being detected in the typewritten draft, on motion of Mr. Robertson, further consideration of the Bill was deferred until March 20th.

The Sergeant-at-Arms announced a communication from the Honorable Senate.

BILLS ON SECOND READING. The following Bills came up for consideration upon their second reading:

H. B. No. 8, by Mr. Puuki, entitled "An Act to amend Seetion 117 of Chapter 10 of the Civil Laws of 1897, relating to attending schools.” On motion of Mr. Hihio, the Bill was laid upon the table.

H. B. No. 40, by Mr. Hoogs, entitled “An Act to prevent the employment of minors in places where intoxicating liquor: are sold, and to prevent minors from visiting such places.” On motion of Mr. Dickey, the Bill was read by title. On motion of Mr. Mahoe, the Bill was referred to the Committee on Public Health and Education.

H. B. No. 41, by Mr. Makainai, entitled “An Act providing for names of streets, roads and lanes in the District of Honolulu, Island of Oahu." On motion of Mr. Makainai, the Bill was read by title. On motion of Mr. Mahoe, the Bill was referred to the ('ommittee on Public Lands and Internal Improvements.

H. B. No. 42, by Mr. Makainai, entitled “An Act providing for the numbering of buildings and lots in the District of Honolulu, Island of Oahu." On motion of Mr. Makainai, the Bill was read by title. On motion of Mr. Mahoe, the Bill was referred to the Committee on Public Lands and Internal Improvements.

H. B. No. 43, by Mr. Monsarrat, entitled "An Act giving right of appeal to any person adjudged in contempt by any Circuit Court, or by any Judge of any Circuit Court, or by any District Magistrate, or by any officer or person authorized by the laws of said Territory to take testimony, in the Territory of Hawaii, from such decision to the Supreme Court of said Territory; and prescribing the procedure governing the same, and providing for bail in such appeals.” On motion of Mr. Monsarrat, the Bill was read by title. On motion of Mr. Monsarrat, the Bill was referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

H. B. No. 44, by Mr. Kawaihoa, entitled "An Act to establish and maintain school libraries." On motion of Mr. Kumalae, the Bill was read by title. On motion of Mr. Kumalae, the Bill was referred to the Committee on Public Health and Education.

H. B. No. 45, by Mr. Diekey, entitled "An Act to amend Chapter XLII of the Penal Code, entitled 'Keeping a disorderly house,' by adding two new sections thereto, relating to the landlords and owners of houses, buildings and premises wherein disorderly houses are kept.” On motion of Mr. Keliikoa, the Bill was read by title. On motion of Mr. Dickey, the Bill was referred to the Committee on Public Health and Education.

H. B. No. 46, by Mr. Ewaliko, entitled "An Act to amend Section 812 of the Civil Laws, relating to carriage tax.” On motion of Mr. Ewaliko, the Bill was read by title. On motion of Mr. Ewaliko, the Bill was referred to the Special Committee on Taxation.

H. B. No. 47, by Mr. Makainai, entitled "An Act to amend Section 374 of the Civil Laws of 1897, relating to the maintenance of highways.”. On motion of Mr. Makainai, the Bill was read by title. On motion of Mr. Mahoe, the Bill was referred to the Committee on Public Lands and Internal Improvements.

H. B. No. 49, by Mr. Keiki, entitled “An Act to appropriate pension for ex-Queen Liliuokalani." On motion of Mr. Keiki, the Bill was read by title. On motion of Mr. Kumalae, the Bill was referred to the Committee on Finance.

H. B. No. 50, by Mr. Mahoe, entitled "An Act to repeal Chapter 39 of the Penal Laws of 1897, relating to prohibit gambling and gaming." On motion of Mr. Mahoe, the Bill was read by title. Mr. Robertson moved to refer the Bill to the Committee on Military. Mr. Makainai moved to refer the Bill to the Committee on Miscellany. The motion to refer to the Committee on Military was lost. Whereupon the motion to refer to the Committee on Miscellany carried.

H. B. No. 51, by Mr. Kaniho, entitled "An Act relating to the segregation of lepers.” On motion of Mr. Kekaula, the Bill was read by title. On motion of Mr. Makekau, the Bill was referred to the Committee on Public Health and Education.

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NOTICES OF BILLS.

Notice was given of intention to introduce the following Bills:

By Mr. Makekau, entitled "An Act to regulate gambling and gaming."

By Mr. Kawaihoa, entitled "An Act to amend the title of Chapter 62 of the Penal Laws as compiled in A. D. 1897, and Sections 987, 989 and 990 of the said Penal Laws.”'

By Mr. Kawaihoa, entitled “An Act to prohibit the cremating of the dead in the Territory of Hawaii without the consent of the family of the deceased."

By Mr. Kawaihoa, entitled "An Act authorizing the llawaiian Kahunas who are expert at diagnosis to practice medicine in this Territory.”

RESOLUTIONS.

The following resolution was introduced:

II. R. No. 42, by Mr. Ewaliko, relating to a Committee of the House attending the examination of leprous suspects at Kalihi Receiving Station by the Board of Health to-day. The Resolution was adopted, and the Sergeant-at-Arms ordered to procure transportation for all the members who desired to attend.

BILLS ON FIRST READING.

The following Bill, notice of which had previously been given, was introduced, read by title, passed first reading, and was ordered printed:

H. B. No. 60, by Mr. Mossman, entitled "An Act relating to the time within which all wires used for telegraph, telephone, or for the purpose of operating street railways or for lighting in cities and towns of every two thousand population shall be placed not less than two feet under ground."

BILLS, JOINT RESOLUTIONS AND OTHER

MATTERS FROM THE SENATE.

Under a suspension of the Rules, the following communications from the Honorable Senate were read:

Senate Chamber,

Honolulu, T. H., March 18th, 1901. To the Honorable Speaker and House of Representatives,

Territory of Hawaii:
I have the honor to herewith transmit Senate Bill No. 10,
which passed its third reading in the Senate of the Territory of
Hawaii this 18th day of March, A. D. 1901.

Very respectfully,
EDGAR CAYPLESS,

Clerk of the Senate.

Senate Chamber,

Honolulu, T. H., March 18th, 1901. To the Honorable Speaker and House of Representatives,

Territory of Hawaii:
I have the honor to herewith transmit Senate Bill No. 19,
which passed its third reading in the Senate of the Territory of
Hawaii this 18th day of March, A. D. 1901.

Very respectfully,
EDGAR CAYPLESS,

Clerk of the Senate.

Senate Chamber,

Honolulu, T. H., March 18th, 1901. To the Honorable Speaker and House of Representatives,

Territory of Hawaii:
Herewith I have the honor to transmit Senate Bill No. 14,
which passed its third reading in the Senate of the Territory of
Hawaii this 18th day of March, A. D. 1901.

Very respectfully,
EDGAR CAYPLESS,

Clerk of the Senate.

BILLS ON FIRST READING. The following Senate Bills were read by title, passed first reading, and were ordered printed:

S. B. No. 10, by Mr. C. Brown, entitled “An Act to amend Section 68.of the Penal Laws, relating to the punishment of the offense of deforming the feet of girls under the age of eighteen years."

S. B. No. 13, by Mr. C. Brown, entitled “An Act amending Sect ion 182 of the Penal Laws, relating to gross cheat."

S. B. No. 14, by Mr. C. Brown, entitled "An Act to amend Section 174 of the Penal Laws, relating to the offense of receiv

ing stolen goods."

REPORTS AND COMMUNICATIONS FROM

HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS. Under a suspension of the Rules, the following communication from the Secretary of the Territory, in reply to H. R. No. 28, by Mr. Monsarrat, was read:

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