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22 9,844,90

23 9,748.35

24 9,990.70

25 10,108.10

26 10,168.10

27 10,338.25

28 5,307.70

29 9,844.25

30 9,744.80

Total cash fares $279,109.85

Miscellaneous 7,427.08

Total revenue $286,536.93

Miscellaneous

School tickets $5,169.00

Government ticket.s 100.00

Special cars 54.35

Conductor's shorts 52.50

Miscellaneous 2,051.23

$7,427.08
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DAVENPORT 1176

Crim, Resing & M'Guinness
ARCHITECTS

ROOM 202
488 Pine Street



Edward A. Eames

ARCHITECT



HYMAN & APPLETON

ARCHITECTS

SAMUEL LIGHTNER HYMAN
A. APPLETON



68 Post Street



San Francisco



Charles F. Masten, A. I. A.
Lester W. Hurd, A. I. A.



Masten and Hurd

ARCHITECTS

T. F. CHACE, ContuUing Engineer

1006 Shreve Bldg. DOuglas 6257



John Bakewell, Jr.



Ernest E. Weihe



Bakewell & Weihe

ARCHITECTS

251 Kearny Street
SAN FRANCISCO



W. D. SHEA

ARCHITECT

454 Montgotnery Street

SAN FRANCISCO
Phone SUtter 2084



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nlW FILLMOr
?1LW M SSIQN



Phone WEsi 4635



Established 1898



Joseph F. Hotter

Manufacturer of
WINDOW SHADES



1540 Fillmore Street



San Francisco



GEO. A. DUDDY
PRINTING CO.

447 Sansome Street
SAN FRANCISCO

DAvenport 5627-5628



THE INSECTICIDE
COMPANY

Manufacturers and Exterminators

Phone DOuglas 0953

657-659 Phelan Building
SAN FRANCISCO



Hours: 8 to 11 a.m., 1 to 5 p.m.
Sundays: 8 to 11 a.m.

R. L. VANNUCCI

MASSEUR

Electric Light Baths and Vibration Massage
Rheumatic, Chronic and Ner\'ous Diseases

3384 Twenty-fifth Street

Near Mission Street

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.



JULIUS S. GODEAU, INC.

U Van Ness Avenue San Francisco

Phone MArket 0711

OAKLAND - STOCKTON

Complete Mortuary Service at a Cost Within
Your Means

Out understanding service lightens
your burden of grief



Passenger Receipts by Lines

A $ 21,114.10

B 36,849.35

C 25,291.10

D 20,874.75

E 16,559.70

F 25,504.85

H 18,701.00

J 24,551.85

K 26,185.45

L 23,457.85

M 829.00

N 30,610.45

Route No. 1 2,904.65

Route No. 2 2,073.70

Route No. 4 2,960.70

Route No. 5 641.35

$279,109.85

Passenger Total All

Receipts Sources
Daily average,
September,

1930 19,482.86 $9,551.23

Daily average,
September,

1929 9,696.24 9,786.63

Decrease....$ 213.38 S 235.40

21/5% 2 2/5%



BARRY APPOINTED CHIEF
ASSISTANT CLERK



David A. Barry, clerk in the office
of the board of supervisors for more
than twenty-five years was pro-
moted to the office of chief assistant
clerk at the regular meeting of the
board October 14. Barry fills the
vacancy left by the death of John
W. Rogers.

Barry is a native of San Francisco,
having been born here in 1880. He
was educated in the local public
schools, graduating from the Lin-
coln and Sacred Heart schools and
Sacred Heart College. Following
his graduation in 1897, Barry was
employed in the assessor's office. In
1898 he was transferred to the
offices of the board of education.
Continuing his services with the
city, Barr}' spent the years from
1901 to 1904 in the San Francisco
police department.

He began his career in the clerk's
office of the board of supervisors as
assistant clerk in 1905. In this ca-
pacity Barry has served as minute
clerk, calendar clerk, secretary to
the lighting committee, the public
utility committee, and to several
other important committees of the
board of supervisors.

John S. Dunnigan is the clerk of
the board of supervisors.

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October



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HOME
COOKING



Meals Served at All
Hours



138 Francisco Street
Comer Stockton



Phone GArfield 9047

MINERVA GRILL

PETER GRAMMATIKOS, Prop.

Old Roman Cooking

723 Folsom St, San Francisco, Calif.



Phone GArfield 9930 Private Booths for Ladies
Where Busy People Get Service and Quality

JOHN'S

"Formerly Cold Day Restaurant

Fresh Fish and Salads Our Specialty

Closed Sundays

537 Sacramento Street, bet. Monteotnery and

Satisome :: San Franctaco

We use a charcoal broiler for our fish and steaks



Phone DEIaware 3680


Pacific Coast Dairy


Quality Milk


and Cream


From Producer


to Consumer


Wholesale and Retail


2414 SAN BRUNO AVENUE

Near Stiver Avenue


SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF



S. DELL'OCA C. DELL'OCA

Telephone KEarny 1 749

DELL'OCA BROS.

Successors to G. D, Verga & Co.

Italian-Swiss and French Sausage Factory

Foreign and Domestic Groceries

Manufacturers and Importers of All Kinds of

Sausages

312 Columbus Avenue

Country Orders Promptly Attended to

SAN FRANCISCO



Phone Mission 4755
Guaranteed Fresh Killed Poultry

Western Poultry Co.

HARRY SORENSEN

Live and Dressed Fowls
3360 Mission St. San Francisco, Calif.



CRYSTAL PALACE
MARKET

Market and Eighth Streets

FREE PARKING

ECONOMY PRICES
Savings Are Always Substantial



SUMSKI, HARBAND AND
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WHOLESALE BUTCHERS

1510 Evans Avenue



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Phone DAvenport 2440

NEW FILIPINO
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY

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SAN FRANCISCO



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Phone MArket 7322


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Phone DOuglas 4227

C AND O RESTAURANT

OYSTERS AND STEAKS



131 Sixth Street



San Francisco



G. LOMBAROI



G. ARRIGONI



Henry's Fashion Restaurant

Fish and Game a Specialty • Dining Room for

Parties and Banquets • Open from 7

A.M. to 9 P.M. . Open Sundays

to 9:30 P.M.

Telephone DOuglas 3150
270 Market Street San Francisco



Phone GArfield 0657



M. ARIGONI



Milano Sausage Mfg. Co.

Imported and Domestic

GROCERIES

Manufacturers of All Kinds of Italian
Sausages

1337 Grant Ave., San Francisco, Cal.



Phone Market 6132 5-Gallon Bottles

Crystal Spring Water Co.

Distributors of

PURE DRINKING WATER

The Purest and Best Water in the City

Office: 1684 15th Street
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Official Publication for City and County of San Francisco
Endorsed by the California Society of Pioneers



San FRkNcisco




PUBLISHED MONTHLY AT

1095 Market Street Phone Market 8438



M. B. BOTHWELL
Business Manager



GEO. H. ALLEN
Editor and General Manager



PHILIP P. LEVY
Advertising Manager



Volume IV



NOVEMBER-DECEMBER, 1930



Numbers 11-12



In This Issue



PAGE

James Rolph, Jr., Governor of California 353

Foreword 355

Frank F. Merriam 356-357

Frank C. Jordan 358-359

U. S. Webb 360-361

Charles G. Johnson 362-363

Ray L. Riley 364-365

Vierling Kersey 366-367

Angelo J. Rossi, Mayor of San Francisco 368

Governors of California 371

Program of the Inauguration 373

From Mayor to Governor 375

By Frank B. Anderson

We're Going to Miss Jim Rolph 379

By John J. IVhelan

Senator Bradford S. Crittenden 382



PAGE

Ml,- Esteemed Friend, James Rolph, Jr 383

By Louis B. Mayer

A Life of Municipal Achievement 385

Campaigning California bv Air 391

By Fred Goodcell

State Capitol, Sacramento 393

Members of the Forty-ninth Session of the
California Legislature and State and Con-
gressional Officers for 1931 395

By Frank C. Jordan

San Francisco Water 407

New Bridge Speeds Travel to Sacramento 408

James V. Alexander 410

George F. Young , 410

Bureau of Purchases 411

By J. F. Mispley

Pat Daugherty 411

Dr. Giles Porter 412



I

November-December THE MUNICIPAL RECORD 355



Foreword



^ — ]-lE story of California is the record of its people. Nature has
M /'■^V created the wild beauty of the Golden State. Its citizens have created

I ■ the state itself. Land of opportunity, charming in aspect, hospitable

^L ^ and open-armed to the visitor, California is the complete expression

of the men who have lived in it, believed in it, and built it.

We are on the brink of a new era. Students have long predicted a new center
of civilization in the West. Now they are saying that California is the logical
place to concentrate the essence of the modern world, and to be the focal point
of culture and commerce.

Our problem is to provide for this new distinction. We must have leaders able
to direct our great projects. We must have "men to match our mountains."
With leadership we can take our proud place in the van of peoples of the future.

San Francisco has long realized that its best beloved son must some day leave
his native city. We have known that his talents, so impartially shared with all of
us, demanded a larger sphere of action.

And so at length we have loaned James Rolph, Jr., to the entire people of the
State of California. We have provided a leader among leaders to carry on the
work; to execute the gigantic tasks that must be done; to solve the perplexing
problems that beset us; to promote harmony and cooperation among the inhabi-
tants of the Golden State.

We believe that the future holds greater and greater honors for this Native
Son. That his services to California will attract nation-wide attention and that the
time will come when the confines of the Golden State, wide though they be, will
open up, that his feet on the path of duty may pass on to greater heights.

With the love and affection and esteem of the people of San Francisco, and
the citizens of the entire State of California, we dedicate this issue of the San
Francisco Municipal Record to our fellow-citizen

HONORABLE JAMES ROLPH, JR.

Mayor of San Francisco t Governor-Elect, State of California



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Frank Finley Merriam



Frank Finley Merriam, the new
Lieutenant-Governor of the State of
California, was horn in the town of
Hoppington, Iowa, December 22.
1865. The earlier years of his life
were spent here and it was here that
he received his education, having
attended the public schools.

It was during his twenties that
the last frontier — Kiowa, Cado.
\\'ashita, and Comanche Counties —
in Oklahoma were thrown open to
settlement. He felt the "call of the
wild" and with thousands of other
lowans went to Oklahoma and set-
tled in the town of Perrv.



Some years later feeling again
the call of adventure, he came to
California and made his home in
Long Beach. Here he has been
prominently associated with civic
and state enterprises. He began his
political career in California as an
assemblyman in the State Legisla-
ture. Following this he was elected
a state senator and in 1930 he was
elected to his present office of Lieu-
tenant-Governor by a huge major-
ity. Lieutenant-Governor Merriam
is an ex-newspaper man and has
also been connected with banking
and real estate enterprises.



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November-December



Frank C„ Jordan



Frank C. Jordan, California's Sec-
retary of State, occupies the unic)ue
position in California political his-
tory of holding what appears to be
permanent tenure of ofifice.

A few days ago Jordan took the
oath of office for the sixth consecu-
tive time. He was sworn in by his
son, Robert Jordan, who occupies
the post of Assistant Secretary of
State.

Born at Haycroft's Ferry, Shasta
County, April 2, 1860, Frank Jordan
received his education in the public
schools of Oakland, where he re-
sided from 1868 to 1906. Since then
he has made his home at Auburn,
Placer County.

After finishing his education, Jor-
dan engaged in various commercial
pursuits until 1894, when he was
elected County Clerk of Alameda
County and re-elected in 1898. He



was elected Clerk of the California
Supreme Court in 1902, a position
he held until January 1, 1907.

For thirty years Jordan has been
in public office, without a single de-
feat. He holds the distinction of
having polled the largest vote at a
primary election ever cast for a
state official in California.

One of the veteran Secretary of
State's hobbies is "keeping books"
on his friends. Behind his desk in
the State Capitol is a large mahog-
any filing cabinet, in which he has
listed the names and addresses of
his personal friends by thousands.

Jordan is credited with originat-
ing the expression "Attaboy," which
he uses to this day, by T. A. "Tad'"
Dorgan, famous cartoonist, whose
"Indoor Sports" comic strip made
the expression famous.



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.ysses Sigel Webb






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Ulysses Sigel ^\'ehl), who begins law. His first public ofiice was that






his twenty-ninth successive year as of district attorney of Plumas






Attorney General of the State of County, to which he was elected in






California, was born at Fleniington, 1890.






West Virginia. September 29, 1864. ,,. . , • , ■

He contmued to serve m this ca-






In 1870 his parents moved to Kan- . ■, r^ , ,- inr.-^

pacity until September l:i, IvOz,






sas, and it was here that ^\'e!)b re- , , . ,

when he resigned to accept the ap-






ceived his education. . ^ ,

pointment of Attorney General from






In 1888 he came to California and Governor Gage. He has held the of-






settled in Quincy, Plumas County. fice since then and was elected for






In 1889 he began the jiractice of the eighth time November 4, 19.30.






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November-December



Charles G<



oJiiison



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Charles G. Johnson, State Treas-
urer of California, was born in
Sweden October 12, 1880. He im-
migrated to Minnesota in 1887 and
came to California in 1892; was
educated in the public schools of
San Francisco. ]\Ir. Johnson was
the organizer of the Swedish-Amer-
ican Bank of San Francisco.

After twenty-two years of prac-
tical experience in the commercial,
financial and mining activities of
California, he prepared and worked
for the enactment of the weights
and measures laws, and in 1914 was
appointed State Superintendent of
Weights and Measures, which office
he held for seven and a half vears.



When, in 1922, Mr. Johnson was
elected State Treasurer for Califor-
nia, he was well qualified to assume
the duties of that responsible posi-
tion. In the administration of that
office he has adopted practical bank-
ing methods and policies which
have more than doubled the income
of the office. This has been accom-
plished without the employment of
additional help or additional appro-
priation. Air. Johnson is a keen stu-
dent of state government and an au-
thority on finance and taxation.

Charles G. Johnson is married
and is the father of four children
and makes his home in Sacramento.



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November-December



Ray Lo Riley



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Ray L. Riley, beginning his fourth
term as Controller of the State of
California, was born at Vicksburg,
Michigan, July 20, 1874. Here he
spent his youth and received his
education in the public schools.

.A^t the age of 23 he moved to Cal-
ifornia, making his residence in the
city of Colton, in San Bernardino
County. Here he engaged in the
drug business.

Soon after he became interested
in local government and served as a
member of the board of trustees of
the city of Colton. Later he was
elected a member of the San Ber-



nardino County Board of Super-
visors.

Li 1918 he first entered into the
affairs of the state government
when he was appointed State
Water Commissioner l)y Governor
William D. Stephens. A year later
he was named to be State Real Es-
tate Commissioner. On July 16,
1921, Governor Stephens appointed
Riley to the office of State Con-
troller to succeed John S. Cham-
bers, who resigned.

At the close of this term, in 1922,
he was elected for a full term and
has since been re-elected twice.



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Vierling Kersey



Vierling- Kersey, Superintendent
of Public Instruction, is a native of
Los Angeles. He attended the pulj-
lic schools of the city of Los An-
geles, being graduated from the Poly-
technic High School. Later he at-
tended and was graduated from the
Los Angeles State Normal School,
which, through legislative action,
became the University of California
at Los Angeles. In 1916 he com-
pleted his work at the University
of Southern California, receiving
the degree of Bachelor of Arts. The
same institution conferred the Mas-
ter of Arts degree on him in 1921.
In 1929 Whittier College honored
him with the degree of LL.D. This
was followed in 1930 by the hon-
orary degree of Ped.D. conferred
on him by the University of South-
ern California.

Mr. Kersey's experience in edu-
cational work is a record of steady
and rapid progress from that of
classroom teacher to the head of
the state school system.

His teaching began in the Seven-
teenth Street School in Los Angeles
in 1911. From there he went to the
Custer Intermediate School, where
he taught until 1914. His next up-
ward step was to vice-principal of
the Custer Intermediate School,
which position he filled from 1914 to
1918. He became principal of the
Custer Intermediate School in 1918
and remained until 1919, when he
was advanced to the position of di-
rector of continuation education,
which position he filled until 1923.
He then was selected as assistant
city superintendent of schools, re-
maining in this capacity until 1929,
when Governor C. C. Young ap-



pointed him to succeed Hon. \Vm.
John Cooper, who resigned to ac-
cept a post of United States Com-
missioner of Education. Mr. Ker-
sey's rapid rise in the educational
field in the city of Los Angeles,
where competition is keen, is the
best evidence of his application and
ability.

Although he had been in ofiice
but a little over a year at the time
of the primary election in August,
1930, he had so impressed himself
on the people of California, espe-
cially those engaged in educational
work, no one felt called to contest
the election with him. This is the
highest compliment one can receive
from his co-workers.

A man is best known by his hob-
bies since his vocation may be the
result of environment or circum-
stances, but his avocation is of his
own choosing. Mr. Kersey's hobby
is people, especially young people.
His abounding energy responds to
the call of youth. He is an advo-
cate of the out-of-doors and of the
clean, healthy sports.

He is primarily a believer in the
influence of the home as a solution
of the problems of our complex civ-
ilization. His daughter, Evelyn, is
a student at the Sacramento Junior
College, and his son, Vierling, Jr.,
is in high school.

Mr. Kersey is a member of the
Chamber of Commerce, Sons of the
Revolution, Phi Delta Kappa, Phi
Beta Kappa, Masonic Fraternity.
Scottish Rite Masons, a Republican,
Quaker, and member of several
clubs, educational societies and civic
organizations.



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I



GOVERNORS OF CALIFORNIA

1849-1931



Name


Politics


Date of
election


Date of

inauguration


Notes


Burnett, Peter H.


Ind. D.


Nov.


13, 1849


Dec. 20, 1849


Resigned January 8, 1851.


McDougal, John


Ind. D.






Jan. 9, 1851
Jan. 8, 1852


Bigler, John. _ __ ... ...


D.


Sept.


3, 1851


Assemblyman, 1849-1851.


Johnson, J. Neeley


Amer.


Sept.


5, 1855


Jan. 9, 1856


Assemblyman, 1853.

U. S. Senator, 1851-1857.


Weller, JohnB


D.


Sept.


2, 1857


Jan. 8, 1858


Latham, Milton S


T^<-omp. D.


Sept.


7, 1859


Jan. 9, 1860


Resigned Jan. 14, 1860. U. S. Senator
1860-63.


Downey, John G.


Lecomp. D.






Jan. 14, 1860


Lieutenant Governor succeeded Latham.


Stanford, Leland .


R.


Sept.


4, 1861


Jan. 10, 1862


U. S. Senator, 1885-1897.



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