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tion of the motion of Mr. Makainai being then pending, Mr. Kumalae moved to amend the amendment by adding the words and Court Interpreters" after the word “experts” in said proposed amendment. Mr. Makekau moved the previous question, which was thereupon ordered. The amendment to the amendment proposed by Mr. Kumalae was adopted. On motion of Mr. Makekan, the Bill was ordered typewritten and placed on the order of the day for April 4th.

NOTICES OF BILLS. Under a suspension of the Rules, notice was given of intention to introduce the following Bills:

By Mr. Emmeluth, entitled "An Act to amend Section 10 and 12, Jet 45, of the Session Laws of 1896."

By Mr. Prendergast, entitled "An Act to authorize and provide for the construction, operation and maintenance of a street railway or railways in the District of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, by the Hawaiian Tramways Company, Limited."

REPORTS AND COMMUNICATIONS FROM

HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS. Under a second suspension of the Rules, the following communications were read:

From the Department of Public Works, in relation to II. R. No. 52, by Mr. Emmeluth, concerning Diamond Head Road, Honolulu. Referred to the Committee on Public Lands and Internal Improvements.

From the Department of Public Works, in relation to H. R. No. 74, introduced by Mr. Gilfillan, concerning the ownership of Naval Wharf No. 1. Honolulu, declining to furnish the information on the

ground that the matter was still the subject of correspondence between the Department and the United States officials. The communicaion was referred to the Committee on Public Lands and Internal Improvements.

From the Attorney General in relation to H. R. No. 70, by Mr. Monsarrat, concerning the removal of Judge Moanauli of Ilonokaa, Hawai. Consideration of the communication was postponed, to be taken up when the balance of the information in relation thereto should be furnished the House as promised by the Attorney General.

l’nder another suspension of the Rules, the following communications were read from the Honorable Senate:

BILLS, JOINT RESOLUTIONS AND OTHER

MATTERS FROM THE SENATE.

Senate Chamber,

Honolulu, T. II., April 3rd, 1901. To the Honorable Speaker and House of Representatives,

Territory of Hawaii: I have the honor to herewith transmit House Joint Resolu. tion No. 3, which was adopted by the Senate this 3rd day of April, A. D. 1901.

EDGAR CAY PLESS,

Clerk of the Senate.

Senate Chamber,

Honolulu, T. II., April 2nd, 1901. To the Honorable Speaker and IIouse of Representatives,

Territory of Hawaii:
I have the honor to inform you that the Senate of the Ter-
ritory of Hawaii has this day concurred in the amendment of the
House of Representatives to Senate Bill No. 28.

Very respectfully,
EDGAR CAYPLESS,

Clerk of the Senate.

Senate Chamber,

Honolulu, T. II., April 3rd, 1901. To the Honorable Speaker and House of Representatives,

Territory of Hawaii: I have the honor to herewith transmit Senate Bill No. 52, which duly passed the Senate this 3rd day of April, A. D. 1901.

EDGAR CAYPLESS,

Clerk of the Senate.

Senate Chamber,

Honolulu, T. H., April 2nd, 1901. To the Honorable Speaker and House of Representatives,

Territory of Hawaii: I have the honor to notify your Honorable Body that Hon. S. E. Kaiue was this day elected President of the Senate of the Territory of Hawaii, vice Hon. N. Russel, whose resignation was tendered and duly accepted; and that Hon. D. Kalauokalani was elected Vice President, to succeed Hon. S. E. Kaiue.

Very respectfully,
EDGAR CAYPLESS,

Clerk of the Senate.

BILLS ON FIRST READING.

The following Bill was read by title, passed first reading, and was ordered printed:

S. B. No. 52, by Mr. White, entitled “An Act to prohibit the employment of any person not a duly qualified voter of the Territory of Hawaii as a laborer upon any public work of any kind, manner or description in the Territory of Hawaii, by any public officer, servant or agent of the Territory of Hawaii, or by any contractor under or with the Territory of Hawaii; and to provide a penalty for the violation of such Act.”

MESSAGES FROM THE GOVERNOR.

Under a

tion from the Governor was read: suspension of the Rules, the following communica

Executive Chamber,

Territory of Hawaii,

Honolulu, April 3rd, 1901. The Honorable J. A. Akina, Speaker of the House of Representatives,

Territory of Hawaii: letter of April 2nd, relating to the amended Resolution of the

The letter of the Clerk of the House, returning my House, on the subject of public records, has been received.

Very respectfully,

SANFORD B. DOLE. On motion of Mr. Hoogs, the House thereupon adjourned.

S. MEHEULA,

Clerk

Sir :

Approved:

JOSEPH A. AKINA,

Speaker.

THIRTY-SIXTH DAY.

House of Representatives,

Honolulu, T. H., April 4th, 1901. The House came to order at 9:13 o'clock a. m., pursuant to adjournment.

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

Present--- Messrs. Ahulii, Aylett, Ewaliko, Gilfillan, Haaheo, Hihio, Kaauwai, Kauimakaole, Keiki, Kumalae, Mahoe, Makainai, Monsarrat, Mossman, Nailima, Paele, Puuki, Robertson, Wilcox and Mr. Speaker--20.

Came in later--Messrs. Beckley, Dickey, Emmeluth, Hoogs, Kaniho, Kekaula, Keliikoa, Makekau and Prendergast---9.

Absent---Mr. Kawaihoa---1.

The Journal of Proceedings of the preceding day was read and approved

BILLS, JOINT RESOLUTIONS AND OTHER

MATTERS FROM THE SENATE. The following communication from the Honorable Senate was read:

Senate Chamber,

Honolulu, T. H., April 3rd, 1901. To the Honorable Speaker and House of Representatives,

Territory of Hawaii: I have the honor to transmit herewith House Bill No. 9, which passed the Senate this 3rd day of April, A. D. 1901.

EDGAR CAYPLESS,

Clerk of the Senate.

RESOLUTIONS.

The following Resolution was introduced:
H. R. No. 90, by Mr. Kumalae.

Whereas, the newspaper Ke Aloha Aina in its issue of March 23, 1901, made the charge that a certain sum of money had been deposited by some corporation as a bribe to influence certain legislators in their action on a certain matter; and,

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Whereas, the honor of the members of this Legislature requires that said charge be investigated; therefore,

Be It Resolved, that a Special Committee consisting of seven members be appointed by the Speaker to inquire into the matter and report to this House.

Moved by Mr. Kumalae, seconded by Mr. Monsarrat, that same be adopted. Motion carried. The Speaker therefore appointed as such Committee the following gentlemen: Messrs. Kumalae, Makainai, Keliikoa, Ahulii, Mahoe, Beckley and Puuki.

NOTICES OF BILLS.

Notice was given of intention to introduce the following Bills:

By Mr. Mossman, entitled “An Act to authorize the Hawaiian Fuel Gas Company to exercise certain rights in Honolulu."

By Mr. Robertson, entitled “A Bill to provide for the promulgation of the laws."

By Mr. Beckley, entitled “An Act to authorize and provide for the construction, maintenance and operation of a telephone system in the City of Honolulu, and elsewhere on the Island of Oahu, by the Standard Telephone Company, Limited.”

ordered printed:

BILLS ON FIRST READING. The following Bill, notice of which had previously been given, was introduced, read by title, passed first reading, and was

H. B. No. 80, by Mr. Emmeluth, entitled “An Act to amend Sections 10 and 12 of Act 45 of the Session Laws of 1896.” PETITIONS, MEMORIALS AND COMMUNI

CATIONS. Under a suspension of the Rules, Mr. Emmeluth, Chairman of Committee on Finance, introduced a communication from C. W. Dickey, asking for $3,450 for making plans for Royal School, Honolulu. Referred to the Committee on Public Health

and Education.

The following Petitions were introduced:

Petition No. 56, by Mr. Punki, relative to pay of jurors. Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

Petition No. 58, by Mr. Keliikoa, asking for an appropriation for Court House at North Kona, Hawaii. Referred to the Committee on Public Lands and Internal Improvements.

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