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ing, Mr. Hardy acts between the
school authorities and the architect.
Usually those who need a new build-
ing estimate that they need one
about twice as large as is actuall}-
required ; and the school board upon
examining into the matter submit-
ted are often inclined to under-
estimate the size and equipment of
the building required.



TECHNICAL ENGINEERS'
UNION



By J. L. Sl.-vter, Jr.

IT is rather unusual for Bob McHugh
not to go away from the city during
his vacation. We heard that he spent
his holidays visiting his favorite dentist
right here in town.

John Hanson spent a couple of
weeks on the Russian river. Accord-
ing to reports from the Right-of-Way
Agent's office, John cut many a caper
up there.

Another surveyor to stay in town
during his vacation was Coughlan, who
frequented the local golf links "from
sunrise to sunset, from sunset to
dawn." Jerry says it was worth it as
he now shoots a 74 — for nine holes.

Schlappi was the first one in Room
354 to take his vacation this year. John
went to Ben Lomond, where he idled
away his time reading his sine and tan-
gent book.

Several of the boys have visited
McCarthy recently. He still has a
rather high fever, but reports say he
appears to be his old self. Here's hop-
ing for a quick recoverv. Rajah.

Carlson took his wife and boy
through Southern California for two
weeks. He stated he found things quite
reasonable in the southland and Tia
Juana. Just what he referred to we
have not been able to ascertain.

Hatman and Olson spent a few days
in the office recently compiling field
notes. Bill entertained us with several
stories and ditties about the Spanish
war. Andy started to tell some about
the Civil War, but the 1 o'clock bell
struck, so he had to quit just as he
got started.

Some of the boys visited Inspector
Fisher who has been seriously ill in St.
Luke's hospital. They reported Bill a
very sick man at this writing.

Abrahamsen played the local links
for a week, but ilrs. Al finally won out
so they went to Guerneville for the re-
mainder of his vacation.

The field assistant who put a cut in
the sidewalk in front of my garage the
other day did a nice job of it. I almost
broke my neck over it one morning
running for the car. It appeared to be
a sample of Stonecutter ^fuller's handi-
craft.



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THE MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEE



55



BRUNO ENDERLEIN

CALIFORNIA HALL

RATHSKELLER

Restaurant and Grill
BOWLING



MEALS AT ALL HOURS



Polk and Turk Streets Phone Graystone 7652




Chutes-At'The
Beach

San Francisco's Only
Outdoor Amusement



OPEN EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR UNTIL
MIDNIGHT



t



Take Cars Geary B or Cars No. 5 or No. 7
Unlimited Parking Space for Automobiles




Just Good Wholesome
Milk and Creams-



Telephone Market 5776

A-1 Butter, Eggs 8C Cottage
Cheese

Del Monte Creamery

M. DETTLING, Prop.

Pure Pasteurized and Certified
Milk

Family Trade a Specialty



375 POTRERO AVE.
Near nth St.



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California



A Blind-X Gas Fountain Pen

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PRICE
Fountain Pen ^6.00
Cartridges .50 "»»• ■<

CALIFORNIA ARMS COMPANY

Manufacturers qnd Dhtributors

ARMS AND EQUIPMENTS

995 Market Street San Francisco

For Use of Civil and Military Governments



City Officials and Employees
Are Always Welcome

AT

HOTEL
VICTORIA

Finest Hotel in the Southern Mines
GUSTAV DAMBACHER

Proprietor

Lions International
Every Wednesday Noon

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Buy from firms that advertise with us



56



THE MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEE



July



MUNICIPAL ORGANIZATION OFFICIALS



CIVIL SERVICE ASSOCIATION

The San Francisco Municipal Civil
Service Association meets at California
Hall, Room 403, Turk and Polk Streets,
on the second Tuesday night of each
month, at 8 o'clock.

Ivan Flamm, President; Daniel V.
Drew, Vice-President; Edward M. Cof-
fey, Recording Secretary; Charles W.
Meyer, Financial Secretary; Percy R.
Hennessy, Treasurer; William P. O'Con-
nor, Sergeant-at-Arms.

The Executive Committee, Daniel J.
McGloin, Chairman, meets on the third
Wednesday night of each month, at 8
o'clock. Room 228, City Hall. Edward J.
McDevitt, Assessor's office; John I. Brad-
ley, Auditor's office; Alfred A. Baptist,
County Clerk's office; Daniel J. McGIoiii,
Recorder's office; William J. Carr, Sher-
iff's office; Edward C. Harrington, Tax
office; W. J. Buttgenbach, Treasurer's
office; A. G. Knight, Department of Elec-
tions; Joseph A. Roney, Department of
Electricity; Thomas F. Gavan, Coroner's
Department; W. A. Robison, Clerks.
Board of Works; Ivan Flamm, Engineer-
ing and Architecture, Board of Works;
George E. Bosch, Janitors, Board of
Works; J. George Thoma, Department of
Health; Hans Warnckc, Department of
Health; William McMahon, Janitors, De-
partment of Education; Marguerite Mack-
all, Clerks, Department of Education.

Ex-officio Members — Past Presidents
John W. Rogers, Charles M. WoHen-
berg, James J. Beatty, Daniel J. Mc-
Gloin, John Hannan, John I. Bradley,
George E. Bosch, Chester L. Balliette.

Trustees — Homer Warren, Chairman,
Tax office; James J. Beatty, Municipal



Railway; Morris F. Harris, Assessor's of-
fice; Daniel J. Leary, Auditor's office;
David J. Power, Sheriff's office; James
J. Lynch, Board of Supervisors; Gladys
Pollack, Health Department.

SAN FRANCISCO PRINCIPALS'
ASSOCIATION

Carl A. Anderson, President; Mrs.
Emma W. Maland, First Vice-President;
Harry G. Hansell, Second Vice-President;
Miss Susie A. Ward, Secretary; Dr. I. C.
Hatch, Treasurer.

Directors — Charles C. Danforth, Charles
A. Simonds, Morris H. Levy, Miss Lucy
Cotrel, Miss Elizabeth E. Kelly, Mis^
Bertha J. Klaus.

Meetings are held on the last Monday
of each month at the Women's City Cluli.
Post and Powell Streets.

MUNICIPAL CARMEN'S UNION

Edward D. Vandeleur, President; W. H.
Wilson, Vice-President; Thomas Foley.
Recording Secretary; Daniel Hanley.
Financial Secretary.

THE TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION
OF SAN FRANCISCO

Joseph J. Nourse, President; Miss Nel-
lie C. Sullivan, Vice-President; Miss
I'raiices A. C. Mooney, Secretary; Miss
.Miriam Eisner, Treasurer.

Meetings are held on the third Mon-
day of each month, at 4 p. m., Redding
."school.

OFFICE EMPLOYEES'
ASSOCIATION

S. J. Rosenblum, President; Andrew
Geggus, Vice-President; William A. Ham-
ilton, Second Vice-President; William T.



Bonsor, Secretary and Business Repre-
sentative; Sid Hester, Treasurer; Thomas.
Riley, Guardian.

This Association meets on the second
and fourth Wednesdays of each month at
Progress Hall, Labor Temple.

PER DIEM MEN'S ASSOCIATION

The San Francisco Per Diem Men's
Association meets at Carpenter Hall, 112
Valencia Street, near Duboce Avenue,
every Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.

William Horan, President; E. Powers.
Vice-President; F. J. Ferguson, Record-
ing Secretary; D. A. Ahern, Financial
Secretary; F. Donigan, Treasurer; J.
Boyce, Sergeant-at-Arms.

Trustees— J. O'Neill, M. Moran, Wil-
liam Coakley. Auditing Committee — T.
Daugherty, S. Heenan, W. F. Mock.

TECHNICAL ENGINEERS' AND
DRAUGHTMEN'S UNION

John J. Casey, President; Louis J.
Bailey, Vice-President; John F. Coughlan,
Recording Secretary; Ivan Flamm, Finan-
cial Secretary; Edward Burke, Treasurer;
Howard Miller, Sergeant-at-Arms; An-
drew Olson, Guide.

Meetings are held on the first Wednes-
day evening of each month, at 8 o'clock,
in Progress Hall, Labor Temple.

THE TEACHERS' FEDERATION OF
SAN FRANCISCO

Paul J. Mohr. President; H. P. Dole,
Vice-President; M. Gertrude Roddy, Re-
cording Secretary; Miss Marcella Glazier,
Financial Secretary; Cornelius A. Davis,
Treasurer.

Meetings are held on the second Mon-
dav of each month at Room 227, City
Hall.



Speaking of Insurance, He Sells It



FTER he came into the world at
,.Sacrameiito some time between the
discovery of gold in Sutter Creek and
the inauguration of the Wright Act.
Leslie C. Tubbs, now one of San Fran-
cisco's best known insurance men,
started to travel. His first journey
landed him in San Francisco, where he
attended the old Lincoln Grammar
.School.

Some years later (in 1898, to be ex-
act) Les had saved enough money to
take another trip. That one landed him
in New York, where he spent a year as
a dry goods clerk. From there he went
to Galveston, Te.xas. He spent some
months there as a "call boy" on the Cot-
ton Exchange and decided, right there
and then, that San Francisco was the
greatest city in the world. He returned
home.

In 1916 Mr. Tubbs entered the in-
surance business, his career having in-
cluded six years with H. M. Newiiall
& Company, General Agents. At pres-
ent his ofifices are at 216 Mills Build-
ing, and he sells plate glass, automol)ile,
burglary, accident, casualty, bonding,




LESLIK C. TUBBS



liability, marine and life insurance, hte
protects his clients with automobile in-
surance in the American Automobile
Insurance Company of St. Louis, Mo.,
the largest exclusive automobile insur-
ance company doing business in the
LTnited States. The company has a
capital of $1,000,000,000, with a sur-
plus to policyholders of more than
13,708,000. Mr. Tubbs believes in giv-
ing his clients the best of protection,
and therefore places his automobile
business with the biggest and best, the
reliable "American of St. Louis."

Mr. Tubbs represents the Western
States Life Insurance Coinpany, and in
June was second on the list of state
salesmen with the largest volume of in-
surance business sold for the month.

Mr. Tubbs belongs to the Lincoln
Grammar School Association ; he was
one of the organizers of the famous
Portola Dragoons, and was the leading
organizer of the crack drill teaiu of
local lodge. No. 3, B. P. O. E. Aside
from that, he is vice-chairman of the
San Francisco In.surance Brokers" Ex-
change.



July



THE MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEE



57



Trumbul Electric Mfg. Co.



595 Mission Street



Safety Switches
Panel Boards



sutler 5766



A. W. BLEYLE. President J. J. DAVIS, Vice-President

WALDO F. POSTEL, Secretary-Treasurer



INDEPENDENT
ELEVATOR CO., Inc.

PASSENGER AND FREIGHT ELEVATORS

Approved Safety Devices — Approved Interlocks

Traction < Hydro-Electric / Dumbwaiters
Accessories r Maintenance and Repairs



ELEVATORS
Elevator Maintenance y Elevator Repair Work
Electric Motors Rebuilt, Rewound and Repaired



72 Kissllng Street



UNderhill 3896-3897



Telephone DO uglas 7584-7585

Standard Plating Works, Inc.

Electro-Plating, Electro-Galvanizing, Chromium, Cadmium,

Tumble Barrel Plating, Silversmiths, Sheet Metal Work,

Metal Goods Manufacturing, Metal Spinning, Etc.,

Baked Enameling, Lacquer Spraying



268-288 First Street



San Francisco, Calif.



DYER BROTHERS

GOLDEN WEST IRON WORKS, Inc.

Structural Steel Cut to Length •• Buildings •• Bridges

SAVE TIME — Order From Our Large Slock — Prompt SerrUe

Stock List Sent Free on Application

CHECKERED Floor Plates

Telephone MArket 01)4

17TH AND KANSAS STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.



Pacific Elevator 8C Equipment Co.

45 Rausch Street San Francisco

San Francisco Distributors for

General Electric Elevator Equipment

TELEPHONE HE miock 4476



). GENSLER, PreiiJent



L. SIEBERT, VicePrei. and Sec'y



Drendell Electrical & Mfg. Co.

Incorporated

Designers and Manufacturers of

SWITCHBOARDS / PANEL BOARDS
PROTECTIVE POWER PANELS

Telephone MArket 1753-4
1760 HOVi'ARD STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.



Coney 8C Kuchel Electric Works

MOTORS AND TRANSFORMERS

Repaired, Bought, Sold, Rented
Industrial Wiring

F. O. Sievers, Pres. Chas. James Kuchel, Sec.-Treas.

TELEPHONE DO uglas 5971
468 Fifth Street San Francisco



Estimates Furnished and Contracts Taken (or Complete Power Plants of
All Descriptions. Shafting, Hangers, Pulleys, Belting. Motors, Swing
Grinders and Buffers, Pipe Cutting, Threading and Gold Rolling Machines.

SAN FRANCISCO ENGINEERING CO.

Engineers, Machinists and Electricians

He Are Prepared to Handle All Classes of Machine Work, Gear Cutting.
Etc. Special Machinery Designed and Built to Order.



PHONE MARKET 2375



J22.J28 SIXTH STREET



Compliments of

THE FRINK CORPORATION

Reflectors and Lighting Equipment
NEW YORK



San Francisco Office: 557 Market Street



SUtter 5333



Buy from firms that advertise nith us



58



THE MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEE



July



KNOWN AT THE HALL



WE'l-L pass u\ er details of the
facts that Charles D. Stciger
of the Steiger & Kerr Stove & Foun-
dry Company, Eighteenth and Folsoni
Streets, was born South o' the Slot ;
that he attended the old Lincoln Gram-
mar School; that he is a member of
that school's famous association and
that he organized Stanford Parlor, Na-
tive Sons of the Golden West.

Charley's dad, Charles R. Steiger.
came round the Horn in 1849, and the
next )'ear became associated with the
Vulcan Iron Works. About sixteen
years later the younger Steiger an-
nounced he was going to "follow in
Dad's footsteps," and with that he
walked into a foundry business, an-
nounced that "I know my cast iron,"
and has been going along in that line
ever since.

To prove that Charley reallv knows
his cast iron let it be said that on June
15, last, his 125 employees, headed bv
Andrew Kerr, marched into Charley's
ofifice and presented him with a beau-
tiful diamond-studded Elks' pin, mute
token of the esteem in which they hold
the man who, for fifty years, has been
the guiding head of the Steiger & Kerr
business.

Around the City Hall Charley is
known as one of the Best Persons on
Earth (B. P. O. E.). For the last six
years he has been busy making up traf-
fic signal parts after the designs were
submitted by Ralph Wiley, Chief of the
Department of Electricity.

Mr. Steiger has but one hobby, and
that is a real one — ^he's one of the citv's
keenest judges of good ci,gars.



ENGINEER PROMOTED



Announcement is made by Arthur
B. Shelby, general manager of the
Calaveras Cement Company of San
Francisco, of the addition to their
executive staff of J. E. Jellick. well-
known engineer in concrete con-
struction and for the last three years
manager of Pacific Coast offices of
the Portland Cement Association, to
the position of manager of advertis-
ing and promotion for the Calaveras
Cement Company.

Mr. Jellick was formerly with the
Los Angeles County Road Depart-




spcctively. He received his educa-
tion at the University of Idaho.

As regional manager for the asso-
ciation, Mr. Jellick directed the ac-
tivities of the five district offices in
San Francisco, Los Angeles, Port-
land, Seattle and Vancouver, Brit-
ish Columbia. He brings to the
Calaveras Cement Company a wide
experience in concrete construction.



MR. McCABE TRANSFERRED



J. E. JELLICK

nient and the Wyoming State High-
way Department as senior resident
engineer and district engineer, re-



Fire Commissioner William I'.
McCabe has been transferred to the
Civil Service Commission by Mayor
James Rolph, Jr. Mr. McCabe suc-
ceeded Commissioner John F. Da-
vis, whose term on the Civil Service
Commission expired July 1.



DO



SAN FRANCISCO WORK



WITH San Francisco-made



SAN FRANCISCO pay-
rolls create a market for
San Francisco business. Buy-
ing San Francisco-made
equipment increases San
Francisco payrolls. Pioneer
RIX Compressors are made
in San Francisco — since
1877. A size smaller RIX
5ix actually does as much
work as a size larger com-
pressor of any other make.
Use RIX air power and
profit doubly — by increasing
the market for what you sell,
and decreasing the time and
cost of completing it. Write
for Bulletin C-7.



EQUIPMENT



RIX

Portable
Air Compressors

SINCE 1877 _ ^





RIX CO., Inc., 400 Fourth St., San Francisco



Buy (rom firms that advertise with us



i



PROFESSIONAL CARDS



ARCHITECTS



GEO. A. APPLEGARTH

ARCHITECT



Bakewell & Weihe

ARCHITECTS

John BJt«well, Jr. Ernest E. Weihe

251 Kearny Street
SAN FRANCISCO



W. H. Grim, Jr.

Architect

Room 202
488 PINE STREET



Edwards & Schary

ARCHITECTS
605 Market Street
Phone KEarny 4297



MASTEN 6c HURD

Architects
210 POST ST. SAN FRANCISCO



J. R. MILLER

AND

T. L. PFLUEGER



NAHL STUDIOS

Visualization Artists and Designers
of Large Developments

185 STEVENSON STREET



T. Harry Blohme



Clarence R. Ward



WARD QC BLOHME

Architects

310 Sanicme Street San Francisco, Calif.



Dependable Firms

that Support
Municipal Activities



ARCHITECTS — ENGINEERS



O'Brien Bros.
W. D. Peugh, A. I. A.

ARCHITECTS / ENGINEERS



CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS



BULLOCK, KELLOGG
6C MITCHELL

1018 RUSS BUILDING
Kearny 0465



Hicklin and Redmond

Certified Public Accountants

941 Russ Building
SUTTER 2085



Hood & Strong

425 Standard Oil Building
SUTTER 0793



ROBINSON, NOWELL & CO.

Certified Public Accountants

DOUGLAS 1868

Crocker Bldg. San Francisco



CHIROPODISTS



Hours 9 to 6 Sunday Mornings 9 to 12 M.

Office Phone: KEamy 3196
Res. Phone: EVergreen 5010

DR. LEO KLEIN

Chiropodist

Specializing in the Treatment of Foot Aitmenis

130 Gear>' Street, near Grant Ave.

SAN FRANCISCO



DENTISTS



DR. G. M. PETERS

DENTIST

Phone: Office, MArket 2686

Room 204 1095 Market Street

SAN FRANCISCO



BUSINESS CARDS



BEAUTY SHOES



Permanent Waving

LATEST .METHODS
NOVELTY JEWELRY

MORRILLS HAIR STORE



Phone DOuglas 5574



131 Powell St.



COACHING — CIVIL SERVICE



CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS
Special Coaching Courses

In the past eight years 95% of my applicants
were successful. Thorough drills in all subjects.

MABEL BOX, Teacher

Graduate San Jose State Teachers' College
512 Van Ness Avenue, Apt. 202

For infonaatioD, Pbone Hemlock 76 75, 6 to 7 p. m.



DANCING ACADEMIES



Phone UNderhill 2608 European Method

School-of-the-Dance

Ballet, Toe, Acrobatic, Tap, Spanish, Orienul

Hula, Musical Comedy, Reducing,

Limbering and Stretching

BETH MOREAU KAY HALLOWELL

1141 Market Street



LADIES' OUTFITTERS



Biltmore-Shop

Resale Dresses, Suits, Coats and Furs,
bearing labels of most exclusive shops.

Open evenings by appointment

KEamy 1624 358 Sutter St., 3rd Floor



MORTUARY SERVICE



JULIUS S. GODEAU, INC.

41 Van Ness Ave. San Francisco

Phone Market 711

OAKLAND , STOCKTON

"Independent of the Trust"

COMPLETE MORTUARY SERVICE

AT A COST WITHIX YOUR MEANS

Our understanding service lightens

your burden of grief



RESTAURANTS



AIRPORT LUNCH ROOM

All Electrical Equipment

Electrically Percolated Coffee

Let Us Serve You at All Times

Prices Reasonable

MILLS FIELD SAN FRANCISCO



SERVICE STATIONS



Gas & Oil — Free Crank Case Service
"Where Service Js Paramount"

BILL NUTTER'S

Visitacion Valley Senice Station

Visitacion and San Bruno Avenue
REST ROOM



TYPEWRITERS



VARITY PER

A New Writing Machine
Without Typewriter Limitations

Varityper Incorporated



593 MARKET ST.



SUTTER 1521



DIRECTORY OF CITY OFFICIALS



MAYOR. JAMES ROLPH, JR.
Room 200, City Hall
KDWARD RAINEY. Executive Secretary.
WILLIAM A. SMITH, Assistant Secretary.

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
Meets every Monday at 10 a. m.. City Hall
SYLVE.STER ANDRIANO, 550 Montgomery Street.
JESSE C. COLMAN, 201 Montgomery Street.
CORNELIUS J. DEASV, 622-623 Kohl Bldg.
ANDREW J. GALLAGHER, 606 Grant Bldg.
FRANCK R. HAVENNER, 235 City Hall.
J. EMMETT HAYDEN. 162 Fifteenth Avenue.
MILD F. KENT, 30 Montgomery Street.
FRANK J. McCOVERN, 1063 Geneva.
TAMES n McSHEEHY. 137 Clifford Terrace.
MILTON MARKS, Russ Bldg.
CHAS. J. POWERS. 3879 Twenty-sixth Street.
ALFRED RONCOVIERI, 2450 Vallejo Street.
WALTER J. SCHMIDT, 60 Justin Drive.
WARREN SHANNON, 509 Sansome Street.
WILLIAM P. STANTON, 204 Stevenson Street.
FRED SUHR, 2919 Mission Street.
CHAS. F. TODD. 5811 Geary Street.
DR. J. M. TONER, 3197 Sixteenth Street.
JOHN S. DUNNIGAN, Clerk.
JOHN W. ROGERS, Chief Assistant Clerk.

STANDING COMMITTEES
Auditorium — McSheehy, Havcnner, Shannon.
Civil Service and Retirement — Colman, Havenner,

Andriano.
Education, Parks, Playgrounds — McGovern, Andriano,

Toner.
Finance — Havenner, Kent, Powers.
Fire — Deasy, Gallagher, McGovern.
Judiciary — Marks, Todd, Hayden.
Lighting, Water, Telephone Service and Electricity —

Stanton, Powers, Schmidt.
Municipal Concerts and Public Celebrations — Ronco-

vieri, Marks, Toner.
Police and Licenses — Andriano. Todd, Kent.
Public Buildings and Lands — Powers, Deasy, Suhr.
Public Health — Toner. McSheehy, Hayden.
Public Utilities — Shannon, Stanton. Roncovieri.
Public Welfare. Publicity and Airport — Kent, Galla-
gher. McGovern.
Rules — McSheehy, Shannon, Gallagher, Schmidt, Mc-
Govern.
Streets and Commercial Development — Gallagher, Suhr,

Roncovieri.
Supplies — Schmidt, Stanton. Shannon.
Traffic and Safety — Todd, Schmidt. Colman.
Tunnels and Assessments — Suhr, Marks. McSheehy.

HORTICULTURAL COMMISSIONER
DUDLEY MOULTON. Room 302. 244 California St.

BUREAU OF SUPPLIES
LEONARD S. LEAVY, Purchaser of Supplies, Room
270.

BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS
Meets Wednesday. 1:30 p.m.; Monday and Friday.
10:30 a. m. ; Room 251
TIMOTHY A. REARDON, President, City Hall.
CHARLES E. STANTON. City Hall.
FREDERICK W. MEYER. City Hall.
SIDNEY J. HESTER, Chief Deputy Commissioner

and Secretary, Room 255,
HORACE B. CHAFFEE, photographic, blue printing,
and photostat department.

BUREAU OF ENGINEERING
M. M. O'SHAUGHNESSY. Citv Engineer. Room 357.
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS
MARTIN J. TIERNEY, 11th and Bryant Streets.

BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE
CHAS. H. SAWYER, Acting City Architect and
Superintendent.

BUREAU OF BUILDING INSPECTION
JOHN B. LEON.\RD, Superintendent.

BUREAU OF ACCOUNTS
J. P. HANNAN. Superintendent.

STREET REPAIRS
PRESTON W. KING. Supt.. 11th and Bryant Streets.

SEWER REPAIRS
JOSEPH LINEHAN. Supt., 11th and Bryant Streets.

STREET CLEANING
PETER J. OWEN. Supt.. llth and Bryant Streets.

MUNICIPAL RAILWAY— 2600 Geary Street
FRED BOEKEX. Superintendent.

EXPOSITION AUDITORIUM
JAMES L. FOLEY, Supt., Larkin and Grove Streets.
BOARD OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS
Meets Mondays. 7:30 P. M., Room 2
WM. A. SHERMAN, President, 1365 Battery Street.
P. W. MEHERTN. 433 California Street.
ALKRKI) EJIR.MAN. 546 Third Street.
FRANK T. KENNEDY, Secretary, City Hall.
CHARLES J. BRENNAN, Acting Chief Engineer.
Room 2; nfiice hours: 10:30 to 12 o'clock daily.
FRANK P. KELLY, Fire Marshal, Room 2; office
hours, 9 to 10 a. m., 4 to 5 p. m.
BOARD OF POLICE COMMISSIONERS
Hall of Justice, Kearny and Washington Streets;
regular meeting Monday, 7:30 P.M.
THEODORE J. ROCHE, President, Humboldt Bank

Building.
JESSE B. COOK, American Trust Co. of San Fran-
cisco.
THOMAS E. SHUMATE, M. D.. 86 Post Street.
DANIEL J. O'BRIEN, Hall of Justice.
CHARLES F. SKELLY, Secretary.
WILLIAM J. QUINN, Chief of Police.

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICITY
RALPH W. WILEY, Chief, Room 205.



BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION, RETIREMENT
SYSTEM— Room 21S

JOHN W. ROGERS, President; ARTHUR S. HOL-
MAN, DeWITT C TREAT. JOHN F. BRADY,
WILLIAM H. SCOTT, FRANCK R. HAV-
ENNER, THOMAS F. BOYLE, RALPH R.
NELSON, Secretary-Actuary.

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTIONS
Room 155 — Meets at call of President

JOHN HERMANN, Howard and Main Streets.

DR. JOHN E. BOHM, 461 Guerrero Street.

J. K. PRIOR, JR., 3344 Washington Street.

J. W. JACKSON, Mills Building.

J. H. ZE.M.\NSKY, 187 ISth Avenue.

C. J. COLLI.N'S, 1173 Valencia Street.

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSIONERS
Meet Monday at 4:30 P. M., Room 151

E. A. WALCOTT, President, 345 Sutter Street.

WM. P. McCABE, 2940 16th Street.

HUGH K. McKEVITT, 235 Montgomery Street.

JAMES J. MAHER. Chief Examiner and Secretary,
649 San Jose Avenue.
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH
Main Office, 1085 Mission Street, near Seventh

Meets third Thursday of each month at 8 p. m. Special

meeting every Thursday (third excepted), 5 p. m.,

for hearing of condemnation cases.

FRANK J. KLIMM, President. 456 Ellis Street.

ALEX. S. KEENAN, M. D., Flood Building.

JAMES W. WARD, M. D., 391 Sutter Street.

WILLIAM W. WYMORE, M. D., 909 Hyde Street.

LAURENCE ARNSTEIN, JR., 86 Third Street.

ARTHUR H. BARENDT, Mills Building.

ARTHUR M. SHARP, 2864 Broadway.

WM. C. HASSLER, M. D., Health Officer, 1085
Mission Street.

EDW. M. COFFEY, Chief Clerk and Statistician, 120
Parnassus Avenue.

ARTHUR A. O'NEILL, M. D., City Physician, 350
Post Street.

T. D'ARCY QUINN, M. D., City Physician, Flood



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