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GEORGE J. STEIGER

(Continued from Page 186)

luncheons on the minor victories in
the fights for the Sunnyvale diri-
gible base, the naval air bases and
the Golden Gate Bridge and let us
have, instead, a serious investiga-
tion of the work actually accom-
plished bejrond luncheon speeches. '

This is a picture of the policies of
this unusual figure in San Francisco
life. Judge George J. Steiger was
born in Marysville, forhaving died in local hos-
pitals. Of these motor vehicle deaths 102 were males
and twenty-one females, eighty-five were pedestrians,
seventeen occupants of vehicles, sixteen drivers, three
were on motorcycles when collisions occurred with
automobiles, one on skates and one on a bicycle. It is
interesting to note that there were 104 male drivers and
but eight female drivers and eight hit-and-run drivers.

Ninety-seven deaths were caused by pleasure cars,
fifteen by automobile trucks, five by taxicabs. two by
jitneys and one by auto-bus. Analyzing these deaths
through information received at inquest, it was found
that forty-three of the deaths were due to carelessness
of the motorist, forty-six to the carelessness of the
adult pedestrian, eleven through the carelessness of
the child pedestrian, three through the carelessness of
the occupant of the automobile, six to the carelessness
of the contributor. Fourteen deaths, on account of
insufficient evidence, could not be definitely analyzed.

Of these forty-three deaths due to the carelessness
of the motorist we found that ten were due to excessive
speed and eight to hit-and-run drivers. Of those
charged to the carelessness of the adult pedestrian,
sixteen deaths were caused by crossing between blocks,
six to inattention and four to intoxication. There were
thirteen drivers under twenty years of age who caused
deaths.

There were twelve deaths attributable to street car
accidents, of which eleven were charged to the Market
Street Railway and one to the Municipal Railway. The
California Street Railwav had no fatalities.



There were twenty-four deaths as the result of mur-
ders, of which eleven were at the hands of party or
parties unknown to the jury. During the fiscal year
269 persons committed suicide, 217 males and fifty-two
females. The most common means chosen by suicides
was ga^, which caused ninety-si.x deaths, gunshot cases
following with si.xtj'-three deaths. The most common
motive which occasioned the suicides follows : 111
health 67, mentally deranged 57, overindulgence in
liquor 17, financial difficulties 18. Two children 15 years
of age took their lives and one 17, while thirty-five per-
sons between the ages of 20 and 30 were suicides, fifty-
seven between 30 and 40, sixty-three between 40 and 50,
fifty-four between 50 and 60, forty-five between 60 and
70. eleven between 70 and 80. and two between the ages
of 80 and 90 years.

Accidental deaths occurred as follows: 116 were
caused by falls, thirty-five by gas poisoning, nine from
drowning, three from gunshot and sixteen from burns.

There were fifty-nine deaths due to occupational
accidents which happened in San PVancisco and four-
teen occupational accidents which happened out of San
Francisco but where the death occurred in San Fran-
cisco. Of this number six were laborers, two carpen-
ters, two electricians, two ironworkers, three roofers,
four seamen, six stevedores, two window washers and
three painters.

There were nineteen deaths due to acute alcoholism
and thirty-three deaths where alcohol contributed to
the death. Seven hundred and sixty-nine people died
of natural causes. Of the total number of cases 2074,
594 were females and 1480 were males.

Eight hundred and sixty-eight jurors and 5101 wit-
nesses were subpoenaed to the 1637 inquests held.
There were 1617 transcripts filed with the County
Clerk, which consisted of 8140 pages.

One hundred and thirty-nine toxicological examina-
tions and 139 spectroscopic examinations of blood, and
208 pathological examinations were made, and in all
1559 autopsies were performed.



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July



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Weights, Measures

Department Report

Shows Busy Year



Hon. James Rolph, Jr.,

Mayor of San Francisco,

and the
Hon. Board of Supervisors.

Gentlemen:

In presenting the report of this department for
the tenth consecutive fiscal year ending June 30,
1930, as provided for in Sec. 9 of Article XVI
of the Charter, the Sealer is pleased to relate
that since taking charge of the Department of
Weights and Measures of San Francisco, one un-
alterable ideal has guided his efforts to render
efficient and economical service. This, however,
can only be accomplished when the personnel of
a department possesses those qualities which pro-
ceed from a heart and mind attuned to the work,
through love and understanding. Combine thesei
qualities with tact and a goodly portion of old
fashioned common sense and you have the local
Bureau of Weights and Measures.

Substantial progress has been made in every!
phase of weights and measures work during the
year 1929, always carrying forward its compre-
hensive program for improved service. Not the
least part of that service, however, has been the!
cheerful, kindly and courteous attitude of the;
staff under all conditions, no matter how trying,)
which serves so much to establish the department
in the good opinion of the public.

The Department of Weights and Measures i
more than a phrase in San Francisco; it is
symbol of genuine character and a guarantee o
service of exceptional quality. In keeping withl
its long established policy, this department^
pledges itself anew to use every possible meanSj
to protect the purchasing public. One of the-
greatest factors toward maintaining this higl^
standard of efficiency is the annual conference
held in Washington, D. C, where weights and
measures officials from every state in the Union
get together for discussion and exchange of
views, taking up many complex problems. A



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209



more complete service than that offered by the
Bureau of Standards, with their efficient organi-
zation perfectly coordinated and their generous
cooperation with state and county sealers is not
to be found anywhere.

This department wishes to express its appre-
ciation for the public confidence and cooperation
that has made this splendid record possible.
Respectfully submitted,

Thos. Flaherty,
Sealer, Weights and Measures.

INSPECTIONS MADE
From July 1, 1929, to June 30, 1930

Con- Confis-
Type Scales Sealed Adjusted demned cated Totals

Counter scales 3,418 202 12 6 3,638

Spring scales 6,636 672 38 15 7,361

Computing scales.... 5,990 593 54 3 6,640

Platform scales 3,860 674 91 4 4.629

19,904 2,141 195 28 22,268

Weights 25,672 39 9 31 25,751

Measures (lineal).. 43,864 2 43,864

Measures (liquid).. 67,991 67,993

111.855 111.857

Pumps 4,024 302 94 4,420

Merchandise in
containers

reweighed 710,444 272 710.716

i Destroyed on 1
Milk bottles 7,797,515 Ipremises 336,178$ 8,133,693



CONSTRUCTION TO START ON CENTRAL
CITY WAREHOUSE

Construction of the new central city warehouse is
expected to be under way in August.

An ordinance authorizing the call for bids on the
first unit, to cost about $126,000, has been presented to
the supervisors.

Methods of handling municipal supplies will be
revamped with completion of the structure on the block
bounded by Fifteenth, Harrison, Treat and Alameda
streets.

Concrete Structure

The initial structure will cover half the block, which
is served by two Southern Pacific spur tracks, and will
be two stories and of concrete construction.

Supplies are now kept in nearly a score of places
scattered throughout the city.

Centralization of the materials for almost every
department may result in a saving to the city of as
much as $250,000 a j^ear through mass purchasing and
handling and more efficient distribution to the various
branches of the city offices.

Cost to Be $206,000

Supplies are at present being purchased by the cit\"
at the annual rate of $6,500,000.

The total cost of both units complete will be $206,000.
according to plans and estimates which were originally
started years ago by Supervisor Angelo J. Rossi, then
chairman of the supplies committee.



ELECT

LEO. R.

FRIEDMAN

Superior Judge

Sixteen Years a Practicing Lawyer

Five Years Assistant District

Attorney

Two Years Member of State
Legislature




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Cor. Stevenson Near Sutler Cor. Jessie



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Frank J. DeMartini, President
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PORTOLA FINANCE GO.

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Phone D.Avenport 8672 811 Phelan Building

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THE MUNICIPAL RECORD




RECORDER'S
ANNUAL REPORT



Fiscal Year
June 30, 1930



Bv Edmond Godchaux
Recorder



San Francisco, July 15, 1930
To the Honorable,

The Mayor and the Board of Supervisors,
Cit)'^ and County of San Francisco.

Gentlemen :

Pursuant to Charter provisions (Article X\"I, Sec-
tion 9), I beg to submit herewith a detailed report of
the operations in the Recorder's office for the fiscal year
ending June 30, 1930.

Cash Received

For recording and filing fees, fiscal vear

1929,1930 .'. $128,436.05

For desk rentals, fiscal year 1929-1930 750.00

Total for fiscal year ending June 30, 1930.... $129, 186 .05
The recording and filing fees were collected as shown
below during the twelve months :

July, 1929 $10,084.30

August, 1929 11,861.10

September, 1929 9,840.60

October, 1929 11,146.25

November, 1929 10,189.10

December, 1929 9.454.90

January, 1930 10.743.70

FebruaVy, 1930 10,184.85

March, 1930 11,532.60

April, 1930 10,972.65

May, 1930 11,3%.15

June, 1930 11,029.85

Department Salaries and Surplus

I am pleased to report that the year's operations in
my department resulted in a substantial surplus for the
city treasury. I have been enabled to produce this grati-



fying result only through the cooperation of my loyal
office force and through the use of time and labor saving
methods.

Total receipts, from all sources $129,186.05

Total expended for salaries 114,215.58

Surplus earned $ 14,970.47

The department continues to provide a great amount
of service which, under state law, must be performed
without the payment of recording or other fees. This
class of work has been considerably increased during
recent vears, largely through enactments of the state
legislature requiring departmental service, free of cost,
for veterans of the late World War. The recorder's
office can also make no charge for any service rendered
to the city, state or any political subdivision thereof.
The surplus earned by the department would be con-
siderably augmented if regular fees were exacted for
such services.

Papers Filed and Recorded

A classified list of all documents filed and recorded
during the past fiscal year — a total of 76,458— and. for
comparative purposes, the list for the preceding year is
given below :

Instruments 1928-29 1929-30
Acceptances and abandonments of

buildings 2,126 1,405

Agreements and covenants 1.473 1,207

.Architects" certificates 10 14

Assignments of mortgages 214 205

Attachments, releases and executions 1,146 997

Bills of sale 451 489

Bonds 35 7Z

Builders' contracts and bonds 394 322

Certificates of redemption — state 5 13



THE MUNICIPAL RECORD



July



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RATHSKELLER


Restaurant and Grill


BOWLING


Polk and Turk Streets Phone ORdway 2044



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A case of NEHI in your pantry, with a few bottles
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body-building refreshments.

NEHI BOTTLING WORKS

13 South Auana Street
STOCKTON, CALIF.



LAUNDRY AND

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MACHINERY

^N six big manufacturing plants, cov-
ering 1,000,000 square feet of space.

The AMERICAN LAUNDRY MACHINERY CO.

produces equipment for the Laundry and Dry
Cleaning industry the world over. "American"
service representatives are stationed from Coast
to Coast.

Western Headquarters:

921 Howard Street

SAN FRANCISCO



SEATTLE




LOS ANGELES



Certificates of residence 3

Certificates of revivor 16

Certificates of sale, assignments, re-
demptions 71

Decrees 469

Decrees establishing title 246

Deeds 16,265

Deeds of trust 12,555

Election expenses (statements of) 65

Homesteads, declarations and aban-
donments 708

Judgments, transcripts and surrenders 1,119
Leases, assignments and surrenders.... 833

Liens and releases of liens 3,290

Lis Pendens 470

Lis Pendens to establish title 202

Maps 26

Marriage certificates and licenses 6,071

Marriage re-records and declarations.. 72

Miscellaneous 5,069

Mortgages of personal property 1,386

Mortgages of real porperty 6,955

Notices of ownership 3

Notices of sale 1,153

Partnerships 68

Powers of attorney, revocations, etc... 330
Probates, decrees of distribution, etc... 1,149

Reconveyances 10,066

Releases of personal property mort-
gages 274

Releases of real estate mortgages 7,590

Sole trader

Street assessment bonds 202

Tax liens — U. S 31



Totals 82,611



8
9

120

713

188

14,087

13,546

54

679

1,109

603

1,747

430

192

17

6,024

66

4,588

1,329

4,989

1

1,197

67

325

1,116

9,642

304

8,397

3

156

27

76,458



The inactivity in realty operations in this city, in the
state, and throughout the nation, is a matter of common
knowledge to all. This condition has been reflected in
the operations of all recording departments. It is pleas-
ant to note, however, that the general tone of depres-
sion and complaint in realty circles is now being
replaced by optimistic hopefulness for the near future.
Many realtors express the opinion that the worst is
over, and that better times for realty holders and dealers
will not be long deferred.

Deeds, as usual, again head the classified list of
recorded documents. The total for the fiscal year just
closed was 14,087, being 2178 less than the number
recorded in the preceding fiscal year.

Deeds of trust, the next most numerous of papers
recorded, follow with a total of 13,546, which is 991
in excess of the number recorded in the prior fiscal year.

The number of real property mortgages recorded
during the year was 4989, a decrease of 1966, as com-
pared with the number recorded during fiscal year
1928-1929. In earlier years the mortgage form of
encumbrance was used in much greater proportion than
the deed of trust form. These positions are now
reversed — the number of deeds of trust recorded in past
fiscal year being nearly three times the number of
mortgages.

Marriage Licenses and Certificates

A preliminary report of the new Federal census of
this city shows a gain in population, for the ten-year
period, of more than 1 18,000. Within this time, also,
this city and the entire nation enjoyed a wave of activ-
ity, progress and prosperity unknown to history. Not-
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prevailing the ten years failed to show any increase
whatever in the number of marriages performed in this
city and county. To add to the general gloom in this
social consideration, it must also be noted here that in
the fiscal year just closed the number of marriages per-
formed in this cit)' and county was less than in any
year since the fiscal year 1911-1912 — nearly two decades.
The situation does not call for congratulations, but
rather for serious regret. I must leave the analysis to
those better qualified to consider this subject.

Following is the number of marriages for the past
ten years :

Year 1920-21 7,395

Year 1921-22 6,617

Year 1922-23 6,936

Year 1923-24 7,018

Year 1924-25 6,771

Year 1925-26 6,839

Year 1926-27 6.963

Year 1927-28... 6,190

Year 1928-29 6,071

Year 1929-30 6,024

Shown below is the classification of the 6024 mar-
riages recorded during the fiscal year 1929-30:

The religious segregation, when indicated, was as
follows :

Protestant 2,413

Catholic 1,542

Hebrew 210

Other religions _ 48

Civil (religion not indicated) 1,811



Total 6,024

The racial subdivision was as follows :

White 5,873

Colored 48

Chinese 55

Japanese 32

Other races 16



Total 6,024



The work of my department has been promptly
handled throughout the year just closed, and the service
extended to the public has been maintained, I believe,
at a standard approved by all.

Inspection of my department is always welcome.
EDMOXD GODCHAUX.

Recorder.



MAJOR CHARLES J. COLLINS NOW DE JURE
REGISTRAR



After serving San Francisco for a year as de facto
Registrar of Voters. Major Charles J. Collins now has
become the de jure Registrar. All legal technicalities
surrounding the former selection of Collins have been
removed and he has received official appointment by
the Board of Election Commissioners and is eligible
to draw salary.

During the past year Major Collins has made an
excellent record on the job and has amply demonstrated
his ability to fulfill all the duties of a very arduous
position in an entirely creditable manner. His host of
friends in and out of the city family are congratulating
him on his reappointment.



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July



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DIRECTORY

Departments and City Officials
San Francisco



MAYOR, JAMES ROLPH. JR.

Room 200, City Hall

Telephone: MArket 0163

EDWARD RAINEY, Executive Secretary.
WILLIAM A. SMITH, Assistant Secretary.

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

Meets Every Monday at 2 p. m.. City Hall
Telephone: UNderhiU 8500

SYLVESTER ANDRIANO, 550 Montgomery Street

VICTOR J. CANEPA, 753 Pacific Avenue.

JESSE C. COLMAN, 211 Montgomery Street.

ANDREW J. GALLAGHER, 606 Grant Building.

FRANCK R. HAVENNER, 235 City Hall.

J. EMMETT HAYDEN, 162 Fifteenth Avenue.

FRANK J. McGOVERN, 1063 Geneva Avenue.

JAMES B. McSHEEHY, 137 Clifford Terrace.

CARL W. MILES, 500 Sansome Street.

JEFFERSON E. PEYSER, Mills Building.

JAMES E. POWER, 98 Twelfth Street.

ALFRED RONCOVIERI, 2450 Vallejo Street.

ANGELO J. ROSSI, 123 Kearny Street.

WARREN SHANNON, 509 Sansome Street.

E. J. SPAULDING, 1251 Francisco Street.

WILLIAM P. STANTON, Claus Spreckels Building.

FRED SUHR, 2919 Mission Street.

DR. J. M. TONER, 3197 Sixteenth Street.

JOHN S. DUNNIGAN, Clerk.

STANDING COMMITTEES

Airport and Aeronautics — Spaulding, Peyser, Miles.

Auditorium — Hayden, Canepa, Colman.

Civil Service — Havenner, McSheehy, Rossi.

Education, Parks and Playgrounds — McSheehy, Suhr, Andriano.

Finance — Rossi, Power, Hayden.

Fire — Canepa, Peyser, Toner.

Industrial Development and City Planning — Gallagher, Stanton,
Hayden.

Judiciary — Suhr, Andriano, Roncovieri.

Lighting, Water and Telephone Service and Electricity — Stan-
ton, McGovern, Shannon.

Municipal Concerts and Public Celebrations — Roncovieri, Col-
man, Toner.

Police and Licenses — Andriano, Shannon, McGovern.

Public Buildings and Lands — Shannon, Rossi, Suhr. |

Public Health — Toner, McSheehy, Roncovieri. ]

Public Utilities — Colman, Spaulding, Havenner.

Public Welfare and Publicity — Peyser, Spaulding, Miles. I

Streets and Tunnels — Power, Canepa, Gallagher.

Supplies — Miles, Stanton, Power. I

Traffic — McGovern, Havenner, Gallagher.

HORTICULTURAL COMMISSIONER

Room 302, City Hall
Telephone: UNderhUl 8500

DUDLEY MOULTON, Horticulturist, 244 California Street.

BUREAU OF SUPPLIES



i LEONARD S.



Room 270, City Hall

Telephone: UNderhiU 8500

LEAVY, Purchaser of Supplies.

BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS



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