RULES REGARDING HOME OF QUEEN EMMA PASSED BY HAWAII DAUGHTERS
Rules and regulations bearing on Hanaiakamalama, the Nuuanu home of the late Queen Emma, were adopted at a meeting on Wednesday of the Daughters of Hawaii, which society now has charge of the home. The rules are as follows:
“1. The object of Hanaiakamalama is to preserve articles formerly owned by the late Queen Emma and such other articles of historic interest as may be give the Daughters of Hawaii for safe keeping.
“2. The building shall be open to visitors daily from 9 to 12 in the morning and from 2 to 4 in the afternoon, excepting Sunday and other days that may be designated.
“3. The house can only be used as a meeting place for the Daughters of Hawaii and cannot be engaged for any other purpose.
“4. A fee of 25 cents will be charged all visitors, members excepted.
“5. Visitors are requested not to handle or deface any article in the building.”
(Star-Bulletin, 10/19/1916, p. 3)