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Cement Work

145 Natoma Street, South of New Montgomery, San Francisco
Telephone DOUGLAS 2642




Phone

SKyline

8403



ASHLEY & McMULLEN

FUNERAL DIRECTORS





H.


J. M ALLEN






REAL ESTATE < INSURANCE








DOUGLAS 1551








Representing






W. B.


McGERRY & CO., Realtors




443 Russ


Building,


235 Montgomery St. San


Francisco



KITCHNER and GRAKOO

Dining Service

Operating Dining Rooms

GOLDEN GATE FERRY CO.
VALLEJO-RODEO FERRY CO.
BENICIA-MARTINEZ FERRY CO.

Lunches Put Up for Tourists



COFFIN-REDINGTON CO.

Wholesale Druggists

Importers and Jobbers ol

Drugs, Chemicals and Druggists' Simdries

DEPOT FOR PARKE, DAVIS 6/ COMPANY

401-433 Mission Street San Francisco



HERBERT'S

BACHELOR HOTEL AND GRILL

Rooms ^1.50 to ^2.00 the Day

Substantial Cuisine

151-159 Powell Street
Phone SUtter 0567 San Francisco



CENTER PARKING STATION

Polk and Hayes Streets

Fox Theater and Auditorium Parking

Service With a Smile



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26



THE MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEE



Aug'ust




HIGHEST QUALITY
Plumbing, Water and Gas Brass Goods



1072-1076 HOWARD STREET



PROCESSED LIME



The Best for Building Purposes



DIAMOND SPRINGS LIME CO.



1642 Russ Bldg., San Francisco



Phone DOuglas 1594



AJAX FOUNDRY GO.

R. BERKENKAMP, Manager

58-60 Clementina St., bet. First, Second, Howard and Folsom

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.

Phone KEARNY 4272

Municipal and General Machine Castings
Pattern Work Furnished



DOHERTY BROS.



Courtesy



1175 Potrero Avenue




Service



Mission 4000



Telephones: Hemlock 4570-4571

DECKER & HORSTMANN

Distributors

U. S. ROYAL CORDS
U. S. SOLID TRUCK TIRES

141 Grove Street San Francisco



GREEN STREET THEATRE

631 GREEN STREET

San Francisco's Play House
EASY FOR ZEE ZEE

Nightly at 8:30 — Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday
Matinees



EDWARD S. SULLIVAN

Telephone KEARNY 4150
751-753 Monadnock Building San Francisco, Calif.

Special Representative

ST. LOUIS CAR COMPANY



WETMORE BROTHERS,


Inc.


Established 1885




FRUIT and PRODUCE




450-452 Front Street San


Francisco



NATIONAL
DOLLAR STORES

Nothing Over One Dollar
929 MARKET STREET



A Blind-X Gas Fountain Pen

STOPS Instantly and
HIM ' Harmlessly




PRICE
Fountain Pen ^6.00
Cartridges .50

CALIFORNIA ARMS COMPANY

Manufacturers and Distributors

ARMS AND EQUIPMENT

225 Eleventh Street San Francisco

For Use of Civil and Military Governments



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August



THE MUNICIPAL K M 1' L O Y E E



27



Some New Fiction

By Anne M. Farrell

Hearl of Fiction Department, Public Library



THE most extraordinan- novel of
the past year is the wideh' dis-
cussed. "All Quiet on the Western
Front'' by Erich Maria Remarque.
This young man. still in his early
thirties, has produced a noteworthy
picture of the war as experienced by
himself and his friends. In a simple
manner, without any effort at literary
style, he attempts to portray the suffer-
ings and hardships of the younger
fighting men, plunged into the mael-
strom of a war with which they had
little sympathy and less understanding.

Big Sale in Germany

In Germany alone, under the orig-
inal title. "Im A\'esten Xichts Neues."'
more than 400.000 copies were sold,
and since its translation into English
the popularity of the book has been
tremendous both in Ainerica and Eng-
land.

\'ery different is the new novel by
Gerald Bullett, "The History of Egg
Pandervil." Egg is a grocer, outwardly
prosaic, genial and placid, but with the
genius of a poet lurking beneath his
placid exterior. Egg's family is all
grown up, all that is. but the little
Nick)-, who was somewhat of an after-
thought in the scheme of the house of
Pandersil. Nicky thinks his father a
ver)- brave man. indeed, a genius who
can tell the most amazing stories. And
as Egg puffs out his little flat chest he
is for the moment, to himself at least.
a person of huge importance. Of this
most interesting book. G. P>. Stern



sav-



"Egg Pandervil is an intensely



real book, so real that you can hardly
bear its beauty and its pain and its
laughter."

"Steel Chips"
Idwal Jones, erstwhile San Fran-
cisco newspapemian. is the author of
an unusually well written stor>-. "Steel
Chips." With the machine age as a
background. Jones gives a gripping
picture of one Bram Dartnell. who
lives and loves and makes machinery.
There is no attempt to portray mis-
understood genius striving for heights
unattainable, for Bram is satisfied with
his little world, bounded as it is on all
sides by the Atlas Iron Works. A well
turned bit of machinef}- moves him to
verbal heights, and his vearning love




ANNE M. FARRELL

for Bertha, who afterwards becomes
his wife, is told with color and re-
straint.

One of the most entertaining detec-
tive stories of the year is Dashiell
Hammet's "The Dain Curse." Surpris-



ingly different from the average tale
of mystery, this breath-taking adven-
ture holds the reader's interest until
the very last page.

Since mystery and detective stories
still hold the vote for popularity, the
mention of a few of the newer thrillers
is not amiss : "The Five Flamboys'' by
Francis P.eeding. intrigue and diplo-
macy, with the added attraction of an
abducted boy king: "The Jefferson
Secret,'' extraordinary ! a mystery
without the usual murder; Anthony
Wynne's "The Fourth Finger," -s-sh.
Watson, — a finger of the left hand is
missing ; and once again our friend
Bulldog Dnunniond is with us, bat-
tling as usual in "Temple Tower." The
author is H. C. McNeile, the English-
man who used to sign his novels,
"Sapper.''

Adventure has not been entirely
neglected in this day of clue hunting,
for Hal Ci. Evarts is .still faithful to
his action-loving public, and romance
and daring meet in "Tomahawk
Rights." a fascinating story in the days
of Daniel Boone, with enough Indian
fights and captured white folks to
intrigue even the most sophistocated
reader.



Purchasing Department-



By Sister Susie




DAN AND BETSY FLANAGAN

SISTER SUSIE apologizes for the
long lapse. She knows you have
missed her. but then one can always
come back in spite of standardization.

What do you think ? A new arrival
in the Bureau of Supplies I Betsy
Flanagan. She is a direct descendeiu
of old Mr. Lincoln himself, only her
mother knew Mr. Ford.

You know Dan : Well, he was al-
wavs much on the originality, and he



gets fads — once it was canaries — ^then
he took up golf. He is still taking that
up, when he can get signed up ; but
now the last word in fads — he's taken
up motoring and little Bets\- Flanagan,
blue-eyed and bashful, reposes grace-
fully on McAllister street daily, while
Dan passes out the information over
the counter about stationer)- and all
that stuff. Then, when work is over,
Dan hies himself hither and thither
in the flivver.

Up to date. Betsy is shiny and un-
touched, but then Dan is careful and
does not want to mar the fenders or
what will you.

Strange to us. that only the "me-
ihanic" accompanies our Dan on his
outings, hut then there is hope for us
girls — only who is the "mechanic" r

Huckleberry F"inn is on his annual
vacation. It started verlially three
weeks ago. hut HucV did not leave until
the thirteenth, and for a change he is
going to Skaggs. Dan expects to call
on him some week end to ask him
about the additional copies of the
Charter.



28



THE MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEE



August



High Cost of Accidents

By Ray W. Taylor

Claim Adjuster, Municipal Street Railway



WITH the view to cutting down
the number of accidents on the
Municipal Railway, and incidentally
reducing the heavy cost of settling
them, the Claim Department is now
engaged in tabulating the number of
accidents each motorman has had dur-
ing the last three years, and also how
much those with the highest accident
rates have cost the City during this
period.

Accident Prevention

While systematic work and courte-
ous treatment can help materially to
cut down the cost of adjusting per-
sonal injury claims, the fact remains
that the prevention of accidents cannot
be overlooked. A cursory analysis of
the individual records kept in this of-
fice of every motorman shows that a
very large percentage has a low acci-
dent rate. On the other hand, there
is, apparently, a small minority that,
for one reason or another, is responsi-
ble for more than its share and is a
heavy draft on the finances of the
road.




RAY W. TAYLOR

It is to determine just who these
men are, and to see what can be done
to reform their method of operation,
that the investigation is being made.
It is prefectly apparent that this fea-
ture becomes a very important factor
if any etTort is to be made toward an
economical administration of this de-
partment. "An ounce of prevention
is worth a pound of cure" can be



translated into hundreds of thousands
of dollars in a period of a few years.
If the record should disclose that any
one man has cost the Railway $30,000,
$40,000, or $50,000 in a series of acci-
dents, it is the height of folly to over-
look such a leak in a general effort to
keep down the cost of settling accident
claims.

Siich a record as is now being pre-
pared, it is hoped, will point the way
to an intelligent effort to make a very
material reduction not only in the
number of accidents but, as will nat-
urally follow, the burden of paying
heavy damages to those injured.

Comparative Statement

A comparative statement of the cost
of this department for the first six
months of the last four years together
with the number of accident reports,
follows ;



1926

Number of Accidents 1,434

Cost of Department $57,753



1927

1,458

$37,955

1928 1929

Number of Accidents 1,397 1,589

Cost of Department $66,785 $37,485

These figures show that the cost of



Tel. DAvenport 2500

JOSHUA HENDY IRON WORKS

Iron Founders - Machinists' Engineers



Office : 200 Pine Street



SAN FRANCISCO



CALIFORNIA



BUILDING SUPPLIES GO.

JANITORIAL SUPPLIES ' BRUSHES
BROOMS ' PAPER



623 Sacramento Street
SAN FRANCISCO



WHOLESALE
PACIFIC COAST FOREST PRODUCTS

FIR

HEMLOCK

SPRUCE

CEDAR

REDWOOD

WHITE PINE

SUGAR PINE

REYNIER LUMBER CO.

112 Market Street San Francisco, California



ADAM ARRAS GO.

CONTRACTORS
CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION

Ofice — 185 Stevenson St., Phone DOuglas 1871
Yarrf— 53-55 Erie Street

Adam Arras, Res. 2476 Howard St., Mission 7300






W. R. CHAMBERLIN & CO.

LUMBER and SHIPPING
RAIL AND CARGO

Matson Building, 213 Market Street

Telephone DAvenport 7900 San Francisco, Calif.

Steamers: W. R. Chamberlui, Jr., Stanwood, Phyllis, Barbara C.

Fir Lumber, Redwood Lumber, Red Cedar Shingles, Redwood Shingles,

Posts, Poles, Pilings

Los Angeles Office; Chamber of Commerce Building
PoTlland Office: Pacific Building



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August



THE MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEE



29



JULIUS MARTINELLI

DEALER IN LIVESTOCK

1202 Evans Avenue
Phones: ATlantic 1983 and RAndolph 1491



AMERICAN HOG GO.

DEALERS IN LIVESTOCK

1311 Galvez Street
ATWATER 1126



ATTILIO DEL GRANDE

DEALER IN LIVESTOCK

1248 Fairfax Avenue
ATWATER 3169



MIGHAEL BARSOTTI

LIVESTOCK

202 Mendell Street
ATwater 2251



SAGRAMENTO HOG GO.

Dealers in

ALL KINDS OF LIVESTOCK

1301 Lane Street



R.


Prigioni


A. Vivorio






BAY CITY GRILL








The Land Mark of San Francisco






Oysters, Steaks, Chops, Fish and


Poultry






Private Dining Room for Ladies




Tel


cphonei— PROSPECT 10049 •- FRANKLIN 34}I


45


Turk


Street


San Francisco



LIBERTY BAKERY AND
COFFEE SHOP



GEO. HEEG



142 SIXTH STREET



Compliments of

KRAFT-PHENIX CHEESE CO.

962 BATTERY STREET

You can find the Cheese you like bearing
KRAFT PHENIX LABELS



8 Sixth Street, Near Market



MARKET 5968



SPAGHETTI HOUSE

NO. 1

SOMETHING NEW IN TOWN
STEAKS / CHOPS y CHICKEN / PASTRY



STIEFVATERS'

Flour and Bakers' Supplies



Distributors for Bulk Crisco, Flakewhite Shortening



750 Battery Street



San Francisco



STAR OLIVE OIL

"Finest Imported from Italy"



QUALITY SERVICE QUANTITY

G. Grazioli, President A. Monaco, Secretary

VICTORIA PASTRY CO., Inc.

Italian and French Pastries and Confections
Phone: SUner 2015-2016
1362 STOCKTON AT VALLEJO SAN FRANCISCO



H. O. SCHLICHTING HENRY WEBER

Phone MArket 7781

THE FILM LUNCH
and BUFFET



101 Golden Gate Avenue



San Francisco



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30



THE MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEE



August



claims for this period is the lowest
since 1926. It is also well within the
2^ per cent of the gross receipts
allowed by the Board of Supervisors
for this purpose. Rougly, the amount
set aside for claim adjustments has
been $87,500 a year.

While, owing to increasing traffic
congestion, it might be expected that
the number of accidents naturally
would increase, the Boston Elevated
Railway during 1928 was able to bring
about a very material reduction in all
classes of accidents and the cost of
settling claims to less than 2 per cent
of the gross revenues.

Conditions surrounding the Boston
Elevated Railway unquestionably dif-
fer from those obtaining in this city,
but the 2 per cent mark is one to shoot
at. and with the hearty cooperation of
the operating department it may be
possible to demonstrate that the Mu-
nicipal Railway of this city can be op-
erated as free from accidents and the
claims adjusted as at low a cost as any
street railway in the country.



HIS FIRST NAME IS PAINLESS



EVERYBODY
has heard



in San Francisco
of Dr. Painless
Parker, dentist. But manj' people
don't know that "Painless" is his
real, honest-to-goodness legal first
name. His parents named him
"Edgar Randolph" Parker, but Su-
perior Judge Griffin, right here in
San Francisco, changed his legal
name to Painless Parker, the name
by which he is known to millions of
Americans.

Dr. Parker is regarded as the
originator of "painless" dentistry, as
he has been practicing it for thirty-
five years, and the dental profession
as a whole has only begun to adopt
it in recent years. Parker has been
denounced, decried, derided a n d
scoffed more than any other cru-
sader for a new idea in the history
of the country. Yet out of the
tumult and turmoil he has emerged
triumphant as the originator of a
system used in nation-wide groups
of dental offices, bound together by
Parker ideals and principles, which



collectively is the largest organiza-
tion of its kind in the world. There
are sixteen groups of dentists using
the E. R. Parker System in Califor-
nia alone, of which three are in San
Francisco. Parker's own permanent
home is here.



PENSION AWARDS

The Board of Fire Commissioners
on .\ugust 12 awarded to Mrs. Charles
^ladison and Mrs. Mary Derham a
monthly pension of $100, in accord-
ance with the recent amendment to
the Charter which provides for the
pensioning of widows of firemen
killed in line of duty prior to 1900.

Charles Madison was killed on June
7, 1893. at a fire at Ashburv and Page
streets. On April 5, 1898, William
Derham fell from a ladder at the
"cracker box" fire, Broadway and Bat-
tery street. He died the next day.

Both fires are well remembered by
many old-timers in the Fire Depart-
ment.

Attorney Joseph Edward Connolly
appeared as counsel for Mrs. Madison
and Mrs. Derham.



California Corrugated
Culvert Co.

ARMCO CULVERTS



818 Crocker Bldg.
San Francisco



Phone Douglai
4457



JOHN FINN, President



ROBERT B. FINN, Secretary



JOHN FINN METAL WORKS

SAN FRANCISCO and SEATTLE

Babbitt Metals and Solders - Type Metals and Zinc Dust
Galvanizing and Sherardizing

372-398 SECOND STREET
TELEPHONE SUTTER 4188



PHONE KEARNY 2623



F. J. CARROLL, Prop.



San Francisco Brass Foundry

Established 1880

BRASS, BRONZE AND ALUMINUM CASTINGS
48-50 Clementina St.

Bet. First and Second
SAN FRANCISCO



Manufacturers of

SUPERIOR BRONZE BUSHINGS

COMET BRONZE BEARINGS



RHEUMATISM
CAN BE
CURED



PAINTERS

J. A. MOHR & SON

433 Eleventh Street
MARKET 4256



U. S. PIPE BENDING COMPANY

p. B. WALLACE, President

Our Newly Patented Machines bend pipe cold
up to 10 in. diameter

ALL KINDS OF BENDS

Round, Flat and Oval Coils made at much closer centers

than possible on any other machine

840 HARRISON STREET
Telephone DAvenport 4341 San Francisco



ANTI-URIC, the natural preparation, tnade from roots and herbs, has
given permanent relief to many sufferers everywhere in as short a lime
as twenty days.

ANTI-URIC is for sale at the Owl and all other good drug stores.
Results guaranteed or money back.



THE ANTI-URIC
COMPANY

32 FRONT STREET
San Francisco



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PROFESSIONAL CARDS



ARCHITECTS



GEO. A. APPLEGARTH

ARCHITECTS



Bakewell & Weihe

ARCHITECTS

John Bakewell, Jr. Ernesi 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 & 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



J. Harry Blohine Clarence R. Ward

WARD 8C BLOHME

.110 Sansome 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
8c 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 BIdg. San Francisco



CHIROPODISTS



Hours 9 lo 6 Sunday Mornings 9 to 12 M.

Office Phone: KEarny 3196

Res. Phone: EVergreen 5010

DR. LEO KLEIN

Chiropodist

Specializing in the Treatment of Foot Ailments

150 Geary Slrcet. near Gram Ave.

SAN FRANCISCO



DENTISTS



DR. G. M. PETERS

DENTIST

Phone: Office, MArket 2686

Room 204 1095 Market Street

SAN FRANCISCO



BUSINESS CARDS



BEAUTY SHOPS



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 ei^lu years 9>'^f iti tny applicants
were successful. Thorough drills in all subjects.

MABEL BOX, Teacher

Graduate San Jose Stale Teachers' College

512 Van Ness Avenue. Apt. 202

For inforniiilion. Flione HKmlo-.k 7t;T.j. 6 to 7 p.m.



DANCING ACADEMIES



Phone UNderhill 2608 European Method

SchooI-of-the-Dance

Ballet. Toe. Acrobatic. Tap. Spanish, Oriental

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

KEarny 1624 358 Sutter St., 3rd Floor



MORTUARY SERVICE



JULIUS S. GODEAU, INC.

41 Van Ness Ave. San Francisco

Phone MArket 0711

OAKLAND STOCKTON

COMPLETE MOKTUARY .SERVICE

AT A COST WITHIN YOUR MEANS

Our understanding service lightens

your burden of grief



SERVICE STATIONS



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

BILL NUTTER'S

Visitacion Valley Seoicc Station

\"isitacion ami San Bruno Avenue

REST ROOM



T"^'PE^RITERS



V ARITYPER

A New Writing Machine
Without Typewriter Limitations

Varityper Incorporated



■ioj .MARKET ST.



SUTTER 1521



AIRPORT LUNCH ROOM

All Electrical Equipment

Electrically Percolated Coffee

Let Us Serve You at All Times

Prices Reasonable

MILLS FIELD SAN FRANCISCO



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DIRECTORY OF CITY OFFICIALS



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

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
Meet! every Monday at 10 a. m.. City Hall
SYLVESTER ANDRIANO, 550 Montgomery Street.
JESSE C. COLMAN, 201 Montgomery Street.
CORNELIUS J. DEASY. 622-623 Kohl Bldg.
ANDREW J. GALLAGHER, 606 Grant Bldg.
FRANCK R. HAVENNER, 235 City Hall.
J. EMMETT HAYDEN, 162 Fifteenth Avenue.
MILO F. KENT, 30 Montgomery Street.
FRANK J. McGOVERN, 1063 Geneva.
JAMES B. McSHEEHY, 137 Clifford Terrace.
MILTON MARKS, Russ Bldg.
CHAS. J. POWERS, 3879 Twenty-sixth Street.
ALFRED RONCOVIERI, 24S0 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, Havenner, Shannon.

Civil Service and Retirement — Colman, Havenner,
Andriano.

Education, Parks, Playgrounda — 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 Wellau. Publicity and Airport — Kent, Galla-
gher, McGovern.

Rules — McSheehy, Shannon, Gallagher, Schmidt, Mc-
Govern.

Streets and Commercial Development — Gallagher, Suhr.
Ronco\-ieri.

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. LEONARD. 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.. 11th and Bryant Streets.

MUNICIPAL RAILWAY— 2600 Geary Street
FRED BOEKEN, 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. MEHERIN. 433 California Street.
ALFRED EHRMAN, 546 Third Street.
FRANK T. KENNEDY, Secretary, City Hall.
CHARLES J. BRENNAN, Acting Chief Engineer.
Room 2; office 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. OBRIEN. 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 215

JOHN W. ROGERS, President; ARTHUR S. HOL-
MAN, DeWITT C. TREAT. JOHN F. BRADY,
WILLIAM H. SCOTT, ^-RANCK 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. ZEMANSKY. 187 15th Avenue.

C. J. COLLINS. 1173 Valencia Street.



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