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SAN FRANCISCO



MUNICIPAL REPORTS



FOR THE



FISCAL YEAR 1874-5, ENDING JUNE 30, 1875.



PUBLISHED BY ORDER OF THE



BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.




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TABLE OF CONTENTS.



ASSESSOR'S REPORT 107-121

Office Expenses 107

Remarks Amount of Assessment Roll, Poll Taxes Collected, etc. 107-109

Report to Surveyor General ... 109-121

Statistics Agricultural Products, Live Stock, etc 110-111

Assessed Value of Property Ill

Estimated Population, etc Ill

Statistics Manufactories, etc 111-121

AUDITOR'S REPORT 1-70

Demands Audited General Fund 1-26

" " " ' " Salaries City and County Of-

cers 1-3-18

Extra Deputies 3

Police Force 3

" " " " " Fire Department 3-4

" " " " " Fire Alarm and Police

Telegraph.. 5

" " " " " Hospital Employees 6

" " " Aims-House Employees 7
" " " " " Industrial School Em-
ployees 8

Small Pox Employees .. 9
" " ' Hospital Physicians and

Surgeons 9

" " '- " Health Department.. .. 2-3-11

" u ii License Department 2-16

" " " Assistant Secretary and

Janitor of Supreme

Court 13-14

" " Fire Department Material and

Running Expenses, etc 4-5

" " " Cisterns and Hydrants '5

' ' Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph 5-6
" " " " Fuel for, Repairs to and Light-
ing Public Buildings 6



VI MUNICIPAL REPORTS.



AUDITOR'S REPORT CONTINUED.

Demands Audited General Fund Hospital and Alms-House Ex-
penses 6-8

" " Industrial School Expenses 8-9

" Small Pox Hospital Expenses . . 9

" Burial of Indigent Dead 9

" Coroner's Expenses etc 9

" Examination of Insane, etc 9

' ' Court Expenses, Rents 10-11

" Enclosing and Improving Pub-

. lie Grounds 10-13-14

" Law Library and Marine Board

Expenses 11

" " " Health Department.. 11

" Special Counsel, District Court

Interpreters 12

' ' Advertising, Subsistence of Pris-
oners 12-13

" " " Municipal Reports, Printing, etc 12
" Assessment and Military Roll,

etc 13

" " " " Supreme Court Expenses 13-14

" " Water Survey Expenses 14-16

" Judgment for Legal Services in

Wetmore Suit, etc 14

" " Urgent Necessity Fund 15-17

" Finance Committee Expert Services 16-17

" " Street Department Fund 17

School Department Fund 17-18

" " Special Fee Fund Salaries City and County

Officers 18

Stationery for City and
County Officers, Pub-
lishing Delinquent List. 18

Pound Fee Fund 18

" Police Contingent Fund . 18

Street Light Fund 19

" " " Lighting Streets and Repairs

to Lamps 19

House of Correction Fund 19

% Corporation Debt Fund 19

Bonds Interest Account 19-21

Sinking Fund.... 21

Redemption of 1855, 1858 21-22

Loans on Security of 21-22



CONTENTS. Vll



AUDITOR'S REPORT CONCLUDED.

Demands Audited Bonds Redemption of S. F. and S. J. R. R. 22
" " School Fund Special School Building, Hospi-
tal Building and Park Improvement Funds. . 23

" Montgomery Avenue Account 23

Total Amount of Demands Audited, 1874-75. ... 23
" " Temporary Revenue Bonds, and Interest, and

Warrants Paid : 13-23

Recapitulation of Demands Audited : 23-26

" Temporary Revenue Bonds and Warrants Paid.

not Audited \ 26

City Hall Account Amount of Warrants Issued for Work done

and Bonds Issued for Redemption of Warrants 26

Limited Expenditures and Available Funds July 1, 1875 27

Demands Audited, unpaid July 1, 1875 28

Treasurer's Account with City and County 29-43

Receipts, General, Special Fee Funds, etc * 29-36

Total Cash Receipts 1874-5 and Cash on Hand July 1, 1874 36

Disbursements 36-37

Cash in Treasury at Credit of Funds and Account 38-39

Tranfer Entries, 1874-5 39-40

Loan Account, 1874-5 41

Recapitulation City and County Finances 42

License Exhibit State, City and County. ... 42

Poll Tax Statement 43

Treasurer's Account with State 43

Tax Collector's Account with City and County, 1874-5 44-45

Tax Collector's Account with City and County for Montgomery

Avenue Taxes 45

Taxes held under Protest 45

Apportionment of Taxes Collected ... 46

Funded Debt and Amount of Sinking Fund, June 30, 1875 47

Floating Debt, Damages to Owners of Property in Opening Second

Street ' ;. 48

Bonds Redeemed and Issued, 1874-5 48

Bond and Coupon Accounts 49

Estimated Expenditure and Revenue for the year 1874-5 50-61

Recapitulation of Estimates 62-63

Assessed Value of Property and Rates of Taxation from 1861-2 to

1875-76, inclusive 64

Index to Statutes referring to Revenue and Expenditures 65-70

BOARD OF HEALTH REPORT 279-392

Members and Officers of Board of Health 279



Vlll MUNICIPAL REPORTS.



PAGES.

BOAKD OF HEALTH BEPOBT CONTINUED.

HEALTH OFFICER'S REPORT 280-353

Introductory. Comparison of Mortuary Statistics, etc 280-302

Statistics Annual Mortality from 1850 282

Comparative Statement of Death Bates in different

cities 284

" Batio of Deaths in the Different Wards 285

Statement of Deaths by Classes from 1857-8 288

Comparative Statement of Deaths by Classes in various

Cities 289

Deaths from Special Diseases, Scarlatina, Small Pox,

Measles, etc . . .'. 292-295

Deaths from Typhus and Typhoid Fevers, etc 295-296

Consumption, Cancer and Infantile Mortality .296-299

" Deaths from Atrophy, Inanition and Old Age 299-300

" Suicides and Homicides Nativities of Decedents, etc. 300-302

Statement as to Sewerage of the City 302-304

Bemarks Nuisances, Water Tanks, Slaughter Houses, Swill

Milk, etc 304-310

Tabular Statement Mortality Beport for Calendar Year 1874 . . 312-313

Mortality Beport for Fiscal Year 1873-4 314-315

Causes of Death, etc 316-332

Causes of Death, Chinese 333-334

Nativities, Ages, etc. of Decedents 335-338

Beport of Deputy Health Officer Quarantine and Fees 339

Beport Small-Pox Hospital 339-343

Patients received and Number of Deaths, etc 341-342

Health Inspectors' Beport 343-347

Summary of Complaints made for the abatement of Nuisances, , . 346-347

Market Inspectors' Beport 347

Health Office and Quarantine Expenses 348

Appendix to Health Officer's Beport ... 349-353

Bemarks on Climate and Meteorological Statistics, etc 349-353

HOSPITAL BEPOKT ; 354-379

Officers, Visiting Physicians and Surgeons 354

Patients Admitted and Discharged, etc 355-357

Nativity of Patients, etc 356-357

Tabular Statement, Causes of Death , 358-359

Sex, Bace, and Nationality of Decedents. . . 360

Diseases of Patients Admitted 361-368

Steward's Beport 369-376

Bemarks Improvements and Bepairs, Fuel 369-370

Expense of Subsistence and Supplies .... 370-374

Statement average Monthly number of Patients and Cost 374

Comparative Statement of Cost with other Institutions, etc 375-376



CONTENTS. ix



PAGES.

HOSPITAL REPORT Continued.

Apothecary's Keport 377-379

Tabular Statement of Cost of Drugs, Surgical Instruments, and

Liquors used, etc .... 377-379

Summary of Total Expenditures ... 379

ALMS HOUSE REPORT 380-392

Remarks and Recommendations 380-383

Diet Table for Inmates 384

Statement as to Expenses and Cost of Keeping Inmates, etc 385-386

Inmates Admitted and Discharged, etc ... 386

Nativity, Occupation, and Ages of Inmates 386-388

Amount of Money in Possession of Inmates when Admitted 388

Inmates, by whose order Admitted, etc. 388

Clothing and Shoes Manufactured 389-390

Farm, Estimated Crops, Live Stock, etc 390-392



CHIEF OF POLICE'S REPORT 497-524

Introductory Remarks Operations of Police Department .... .497-501

Arrests and Classification, etc . 502-506

Arrests by and Strength of Police Force, from 1861-62 507

Cash received for Keeping of Prisoners in City Prison 507-510

Value of Property, Stolen, Lost and Recovered . 510

Witnesses Subpoenaed for Police Judge's Court 511

Nuisances Abated. Lost Children Recovered 511

Schedule of Unclaimed Money and Property 511-519

Tabular Statement of Names, Ages, Length of Service, etc., of

Members of the Police Department 520-524

CITY AND COUNTY ATTORNEY'S REPORT 393-496

City Litigation. Condition and Disposition of Cases pending at

date of last Report 394-468

City Litigation. Condiiion and Disposition of Cases to restrain

collection of Taxes for fiscal year 1872-73 .421-448

City Litigation. Condition and Disposition of Cases to recover

moneys paid under protest for fiscal year 1872-73 448-468

City Litigation. Condition and Disposition of Cases commenced

since date of last Report 468-496

Street Assessment Suits 496

CITY AND COUNTY SURVEYOR'S REPORT 607-608

Surveys made and Certificates issued 607

Remarks. Adoption of a proper system of Sewerage recom-
mended.., ..607-608



X MUNICIPAL REPORTS.

PAGES.

COMMON SCHOOL REPORT 569-606

Report of Superintendent 569-606

Summary of School Statistics 569-574

Receipts and Disbursements 574-575

Special School Fund 575

Estimated Revenue and Expenditures for fiscal year 1875-76 576

Schedule of Teachers' Salaries for fiscal year 1875-76 577-581

Remarks Cost of Instruction 582

' Comparative Tabular Statement of Expense of the Public Schools

with Total Expenditures from 1859. 583

School Census, June, 1875, etc 584-586

Tabular Statement of number of Pupils Enrolled and average

daily attendance at School from 1851; etc 586-587

Report of Annual Examination 588-590

Summary of Annual Reports of Principals of Schools 591-592

Statistics Classification and Attendance of Pupils 593-594

' Tabular Statement of Pupils studying French or German 595

Summary of Monthly Reports of all the Public Schools 596

City Board of Examination Remarks 596-598

School Buildings erected during the year, etc 598-605

List of Members of Board of Education, Officers and Committees. . 606

CORONER'S REPORT 238-248

Introductory Remarks. Expenses for Autopsies, Chemical

Analyses, etc 238-240

Deaths reported and Inquests held, etc 240-241

Mortuary Table showing Causes of Death.. 241

Tabular Statement of Property of Decedents and its disposition. 242 -248

COUNTY CLERK'S REPORT 79-106

Organization of Courts 79-81

Court Proceedings, number and character of Suits 81-85

Naturalization of Foreigners 85-86

County Court. Disposition of Appeals from Police Court 86

County Court Proceedings 88-90

Number and Character of Incorporations 87-88

Marriage Licenses Issued 90

Municipal Criminal Court Disposition of Cases, etc 91-96

Municipal Criminal Court Receipts, amounts paid to Witnesses,

etc 94-95

Probate Court Proceedings 97-103

Probate Court Value of Estates Filed 97-100

Ages and Nationalities of Persons examined by Commissioners

of Insanity 102-103

Tabular Statement of Fees received.. . 104



CONTENTS.



COUNTY CLEBK'S KEPOKT CONTINUED.

Law Library Fund 105

Receipts and Expenses 105

Amounts deposited in, and paid out by order of Court 106

Remarks 106

COUNTY RECORDER'S REPORT 525-527

Receipts and Expenditures 525

Instruments Recorded 526

List of Principal Books of Record 526-527

FIRE ALARM AND POLICE TELEGRAPH 566-568

Apparatus in Use, etc , . . . . 566-567

Gongs and Bells in Use, Amount of Wire constructed and recon-
structed on circuits 566-567

Salaries of Employees and Expenditures 567

Causes and Number of Fire Alarms , . 568

Remarks Condition of Telegraph 568

FIRE DEPARTMENT REPORT 528-565

Report of the Board of Fire Commissioners 528-565

Fire Commissioners and Officers of the Fire Department 530

Report of Chief Engineer 531-565

Remarks and Recommendations 531-532

Statistics, Losses by Fire, Buildings Burned, Insurance Origin

of Fires and Alarms 533

Purchase of Additional Apparatus, etc., recommended 535

Remarks Water Supply, etc 534-536

Statistics Steam Fire Engines 537-550

Hose Carts 550 554

Hook and Ladder Trucks 554-558

Tabular Statement showing the duty performed by each Company. 558
Corporation Yard Building, Location and Property stored

therein 558-559

Fire Apparatus at Stationery Points 560-561

Hose Character, Condition and Amount 561

Cisterns Number, Location and Capacity 562

Signal Boxes, Fire Alarm Number and Location 563-564

Salaries and Expenditures 564-565

HARBOR MASTER'S REPORT 197-222

Introductory Remarks 197-200

Casualties to Vessels 199-200

Tabular Statements of Vessels from Eastern and Foreign Ports. .201-219
" " of Whaling Vessels, etc., from Foreign Ports. 219-220

Number of Vessels in Coast Trade 221

_" of Arrivals, from whence and under what Flag, etc 221-222



XI 1 MUNICIPAL REPORTS.



PAGES.

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL REPORT 251-275

Inmates Received and Discharged 251-252

Ages and Nativities of Inmates 252-253

Statement of Commitments, etc 253-255

Employment of Inmates 225

Dietary for Inmates 256-257

Work Performed, Shoe and Tailor Shops, etc. 257

Clothing, Flannel, and Blankets on hand 258

Farm, Estimated Crops, etc 258-259

Tabular Statements Daily and Monthly Cost for Support of each

Inmate 259-261

Yearly Cost for Support of each Inmate 262

Cost for 'Support of Girls at Magdalen Asylum 263

Extraordinary Expenses 263-268

Copy of Letters received from former Pupils 269-271

Report of Principal of the Educational Department 271-275

JUSTICES' COURT, CLERK'S EEPORT 249-250

Suits Instituted and Fees Received 249-250

LICENSE COLLECTOR'S REPORT 276-278

Quarterly Licenses Issued, State and County 276-278

Quarterly and Yearly Licenses Issued, Municipal 277-278

Recapitulation 278

PARK COMMISSIONERS' REPORT 223-#37

Introductory Remarks 223-229

Receipts and Disbursements 223-226

Condition of Improvements of Park .... 226-229

Exhibits, Receipts and Disbursements from organization of Board . 230-231
" Number of Visitors to Golden Gate Park during the year 232

State of Weather, Accidents at the Park, etc 233-234

Donors' Names and Gifts received

Ordinance, Regulating Rate of Speed for Riding or Driving in
Park, etc

POUND KEEPER'S REPORT 609

Receipts, Dogs Impounded and Redeemed, etc 609

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR'S REPORT 163-196

Introductory Remarks 163

Letters of Administration Issued and Value of Estates 163

Estates Administered upon and Condition, etc 164-194

" Settled and Distributed 195

Names of Decedents and Property delivered to Treasurer 195-196



CONTENTS. xiii



PAGES.

SHERIFF'S REPORT 122-132

Fees received and paid into the Treasury 123

Expenses of Office 124

Number of Insane Persons conveyed to Asylum 124

" of Prisoners conveyed to State Prison 124

" of Jurors served 124

Tabular Monthly Statement of Prisoners confined in County Jail,

charges and disposition 325-126

Fines Collected and Paid to the Clerk of Police Court 127-129

Statistics Charges against, Number and Disposition of Prisoners

confined in County Jail 129-132

SUPERINTENDENT OF" PUBLIC STREETS' REPORT 133-162

Remarks and Recommendations 133-136

Comparative Statement of Sewers Constructed 136

Summary Cost of Street Work during year 1874-75 137

Expenditures from Street Fund for repairs to streets, etc 137

Summary of Cost of Street Work from 1856 138-139

Grading Performed and Cost 140-142

Sewers, Redwood, Brick and Cement Pipe, constructed and

cost 142-153-159

Paving, Cobble-stones and Stone Blocks, laid and cost piling

and capping 143-144

Planking and Sidewalking performed and cost 145-150

Macadamizing performed and cost 150-152

Angular Corners constructed and cost 156-158

Crosswalks and Curbs constructed and cost 160-162

TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT 76-78

Amount of Assessment Roll and Tax 76

Auditor's Account with Tax Collector 76-77

Cash paid into Treasury 77-78

Office Expenses and Amount of Fees Received and Paid into

Treasury . . 78

TREASURER'S REPORT 71-75

Receipts 71-74

Disbursements 71-74

Account with Public Administrator

Street Assessment and Montgomery Avenue Fund.. 72-73

City Hall Fund 73-74

Amount at Credit of Funds and Accounts 75



APPENDIX TO MUNICIPAL REPORTS.

(COMPILED BY JNO. A. RUSSELL.)

PAGES.

Members and Standing Committees of the Board of Supervisors, 1874-75 612

WATER SUPPLIES:

General Map of the Surveys for '. { v: ' 613

Proceedings of the Board in relation to acquiring 613-723

Remarks. Recommendation of a Special Committee of the Board in 1871, etc. . 613-614

Act of the Legislature to provide and maintain public water works, etc 615-621

T. R. Scowden, Esq., appointed Engineer, and his letter of acceptance, etc 621-622

Special Committee Supervisors Deering, Lynch, Scott, Macdonald, and Ebbets

appointed 621

Blue Lakes, Clea* Lake, Calaveras Valley Sources, Laguna de la Merced, Spring
Valley Water Works, and Pescadero Creek, Engineer to survey, examine,

and report . 622

Engineer, Assistants, and Employees, Salaries fixed 623

Engineer's Report, T. R. Scowden 623-664

Remarks as to Surveys and Sources 623-627

Blue Lakes, Route to the City and Estimate of Cost of Works, etc 627-631

Map of Blue Lakes Reservoirs 627

Clear Lake, Route to the City and Estimate of Cost of Works, etc 632-637

Map of Clear Lake 632

Laguna de la Merced, Estimate of Cost of Works, etc 637-642

Map of Laguna de la Merced 637

Calaveras Valley and Sources, Route to the City and Estimate of Cost of

Works, etc 643-646

Map of Calaveras Reservoir 643

Spring Valley Water Works 646-651

Map of Spring Valley Reservoirs 646

Character and Condition of Works, etc 646-648

Water Sources and Routes to the City 648-650

Expenditures for Franchise, Construction, and Maintenance. List of

Property, etc 650-651

Pescadero Creek, Route to the City and Estimate of Cost of Works, etc 651-657

Calaveras Valley and Sources. Recommendation and Reasons why the same

should be acquired 657-662

Technical Analyses of Water from the various Sources 663-664

Lake Tahoe, Proposition of Trustees of the Lake Tahoe and San Francisco Water

Works to supply from that source, etc 664-667

Blue Lakes, Propositions of W. V. Clark to supply City 668-675

Proposals to furnish invited 669

Clear Lake Water Works, Proposition and cost to furnish 669-670

Mount Gregory Water and Mining Company, Proposition and cost to furnish. . . 670-672
El Dorado and Deep Gravel Mining Company, Proposition and cost to furnish . . 672-673
Amador Canal and Mining Company, Proposition and cost to furnish 674-675



CONTENTS. XV



WATER SUPPLIES -CONCLUDED.

Engineer's First Supplemental Report 677-680

Calaveras Valley and Sources, Description and Value of Property, and cost

of construction and maintenance 677-680

Remarks as to propositions received to furnish water 679-680

Calaveras Valley and Sources recommended by Special Committee as the most

available locality 681-682

Alarneda Water Company (Calaveras Sources) , Action of Board 683-685

San Francisco and Alameda Water Company, Notification from Trustees that

said Company claims Alameda Creek and the waters of Calaveras Valley 683-684

Alameda Water Company, Notification of President that said Company had
disposed of their Property and Water Rights to the Spring Valley Water

Company 684

Spring Valley Water Works Resolution r >id requesting Committee, consist-
ing of Mayor, Auditor and City and Cc ty Attorney, to enter into negotia-
tions for purchase of property and water rights, etc 684-686

Clear Lake, Pescadero Creek, Laguna de la Merced and Blue Lakes, action of Board 686-687

Engineer's Second Supplemental Report 687-695

Spring Valley Water Works Available and present resources 688-690

Calaveras Valley and Sources, Rainfall in Valley, Daily Discharge of Creek,

etc.. 690-695

Spring Valley Water Works Report of Special Committee, Mayor, Auditor and

City and County Attorney, etc 695-697

Condition and Management of Works, Price demanded by the Company in

excess of real value 696

Remarks and Recommendations 696-697

Correspondence between Committee and Company as to purchase, etc 698-721

Schedules and Description of Property, including Calaveras 698-704

Reports of President and Chief Engineer, City Superintendent and Secretary 704-720
Special Committee's Action and Recommendations approved by the Board . . 721

Engineer T. R. Scowden's Resignation Accepted. 721

City and County Attorney's Opinion as to Further Action under the Act of the

Legislature ! 721-722

Work on Maps, Profiles, etc., completed 722

Expenditures, August 24, 1874, to October 11, 1875 723

List of Maps, Profiles and Field Books accompanying Engineer's Report 723

Inventory of Property 723

GAS SUPPLIES 724-742

Remarks When streets were first lighted, etc 724-725

Street Lamps erected and in use on December of each year from 1854 725

Copy of Contract with San Francisco Gas Company, executed May 19, 1869, etc. 725-732
Continuation of Contract with San Francisco Gas Light Company, Proceedings

in Board 732-742

Opinion of City and County Attorney, on validity of provisions in contract 732-733

Commissioners appointed to fix rates to be charged for second term of five years 734
Report of Supervisor Ebbets, Commissioner on behalf of the City, and Agree-
ment of Commissioners on rates to be paid, etc 734-736

Majority and Minority Reports of the Judiciary Committee as to approval of

Agreement, etc - 736-740

Ratification and Approval of Rates as fixed by Commission, for five years from

May 19, 1874 740

Correspondence of his Honor Mayor Otis with J. B. Haggin, i.sq., CommiKsioner

on behalf of the San Francisco Gas Light Company 740-741

Stipulation of San Francisco Gas Light Company 741-742



MUNICIPAL REPORTS.



PAGES.

CHANNEL STREET SEWER 742-754

Remarks. Proceedings in Board prior to 1874 742-743

Act of the Legislature 743-744

Proceedings taken in acquiring land for street Description of and amount to

be paid for land purchased for street 744-749

Land accepted and declared to be an open public street and designated Channel

street 749-750

Specifications for construction 750-754

Contracts awarded to construct in sections 754

Action of the Board on land vacated by State 754

SCHOOL LOT on southeast corner of Market and Fifth streets 755-758

Remarks. Subdivisions of Lot 755

Lessees of Lots, rates and amounts of .Lease, etc 756

School Buildings erected, Lots purchased, and cost 756-757

Monthly income from lease of Lots, etc 758

NEW CITY HALL.

Remarks as to work done on Building . . 758-760

Report of Architect 758-759

Amounts allowed and ordered paid from January 4, 1875, to October 11, 1875 759-760

SUPREME COURT 760-762

Remarks. Provision for holding January and July Terms in San Francisco 760-762

Amounts allowed and paid out of City Treasury 761-762



IN MEMORIAM Thomas H. Selby. . .



ELECTION MATTERS 764-788

Remarks and Recommendations 764-766

Election Expenses 766

Votes Polled at the General and Judicial Elections, in each Precinct and Ward. 767

Returns of the General and Judicial Elections 768-785

Boundaries of Precincts 786-788

FINANCIAL CONDITION OF THE CITY AND COUNTY, OCTOBER 4, 1875 789

MEMBERS ELECT OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 790

RESOLUTION CALLING FOR MUNICIPAL REPORTS 790

GENERAL ORDERS OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, 791-886

ORDINANCES OF THE PARK COMMISSIONERS 886-891



AUDITOR'S REPORT.



CITY AND COUNTY AUDITOR'S OFFICE, )
SAN FRANCISCO, July 31, 1875. j

To the Honorable Board of Supervisors

Of the City and County of San Francisco:

GENTLEMEN In accordance with Resolution of your Honorable
Body I herewith submit to you my Annual Report for the Fiscal
Year 1874-75.

Your obedient servant,

MONROE ASHBURY,

Auditor.



DEMANDS AUDITED DURING THE FISCAL YEAR
1874-75, ENDING JUNE 30, 1875.

ON THE GENERAL FUND.
CITY AND COUNTY OFFICERS' SALARIES

Mayor $3,000 00

Mayor's Clerk 1,800 00

Judge of Municipal Court 5,000 00

Judge of County Court 5,000 00

Judge of Probate Court 5,000 00

Judge of Police Court 4,000 00

Chief of Police . . 4,000 00



Carried forward $27,800 00

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AUDITOR S REPORT.

Brought forward $27,800 00

District Attorney 5,000 00

District Attorney's Assistant 3,600 00

City and County Attorney 5,000 00

Prosecuting Attorney of Police

Court 3,000 00

Superintendent of Public Schools 4,000 00

Assistant Supt. of Public Schools 3,000 00

Clerks to City and County Att'y. 2,700 00

Clerks to District Attorney 3,300 00

Assessor 3,977 82

Assessor's Deputies 40,741 57

Superintendent of Streets 4,000 00



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