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Vol. 40 No. 22 



Friday, May 18, 1945 

Monday, May 21, 1945 

Saturday, May 26, 1945 

Friday, June 1, 1945 



Journal of Proceedings 
Board of Supervisors 

City and County of San Francisco 



Printed by 

THE RECORDER PRINTING & PUBLISHING COMPANY 

99 South Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, 3 



JOURNAL OF PROCEEDINGS 
! BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 

FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945—10:00 A. M. 



In Board of Supervisors, San Francisco, Friday, May 18, 1945, 
LG:00 A. M. 

The Board of Supervisors met in recessed session to resume con- 
sideration of the budget of estimated expenses for the fiscal year 
1945-1946. 






CALLING THE ROLL. 



The roll was called and the following Supervisors were noted 
j present: 

Supervisors Colman, Gallagher, Gartland, Green, MacPhee, Man- 
i cuso, Mead, Meyer, Sullivan, Uhl — 10. 

Absent: Supervisor Brown — 1. 

Quorum present. 

President Dan Gallagher presiding. 

Supervisor Brown on leave of absence. 

Consideration of Budget. 

Supervisor MacPhee addressed the Board. The budget, he stated, 

; as prepared by the Mayor and approved substantially by the Finance 

( Committee, was before the Board. The Finance Committee, however, 

I had not approved all expenditures in the budget, because of some 

i differences of opinion. Supervisor MacPhee called attention to the 

• very small increase in the assessment roll during the past seventeen 

years, as compared to the increased cost of municipal and county 

government. In 1928, he pointed out, the assessed valuation was 

$807,000,000. It is normally assumed that assessed valuations could 

increase at 5 per cent annually, which, in 1945 would mean assessed 

values of $1,760,000,000 instead of assessed valuation of only 

$843,000,000 as at present. Because of the low assessment roll it has 

been necessary to increase the. tax rate. The increase of assessed 

valuation has been only about 4 per cent over the past seventeen 

years. 

Supervisor Colman objected to the statement by Supervisor Mac- 
Phee. It is not fair, he held, to assume that property values will 
increase 5 per cent annually. There is nothing on which to make 
1 that assumption. 

Supervisor MacPhee agreed that probably Supervisor Colman was 
correct. However, the fact remained that during the past years the 
assessment roll has increased only about 4 per cent. However, at the 
present time values of real estate are changing. There has recently 
been a steadily increasing upward swing. If the assessed valuations 
are not increased, the tax rate must be increased. 

Supervisor Green requested that the Assessor be requested to 
appear before the Board in order to give some information as to what 
the assessment roll may be expected to be for the coming fiscal year. 

Supervisor Colman advised that the Board should start on a firm 
basis, in its budget consideration, by considering the meaning of the 

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976 



FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 



tax rate. There is nothing more misleading, he stated, in determining 
the situation than the tax rate. It is perfectly obvious that the tax 
rate is determined by the amount of expenditures necessary in excess 
of revenue from other sources. If revenues from other sources in- 
crease, and the tax rate increases, it is because of increase in the 
cost of government. 

Supervisor MacPhee agreed that the point mentioned by Super- 
visor Colman was very pertinent. However, it is important to con- 
sider assessed valuations on real estate to determine where the 
responsibility lies. 

Supervisor Mancuso suggested that a reassessment of property 
should be undertaken. It might be that assessed valuations are en- 
tirely wrong, and there should be a Board or Commission appointed 
for the purpose of reassessing property in San Francisco. 

Analysis of Budget Estimates. 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee presented an analysis of budget 
estimates. He suggested that no vote be taken on any particular 
departmental budget during the present morning session. The vari- 
ous departmental budgets should be taken up for approval at the 
subsequent sessions of the Board. 

ANALYSIS OF EMPLOYMENTS SET FORTH IN THE BUDGETS 
FOR THE FISCAL YEARS 1944-45 AND 1945-46 

Prepared by Chester R. MacPhee, Chairman of the Finance, Revenue 
and Taxation Committee, Board of Supervisors 

Ordi- 
Mayor nance 
Department Classifications of Difference 1945-46 1944-45 

Mayor 1 Administrative Analyst 21 16 

2 Administrative Technician 

1 Public Service Director 

1 General Clerk-Stenographer 

Assessor — 1 General Clerk 82 78 

1 Key Punch Operator 

2 General Clerk-Stenographer 
1 General Clerk-Typist 

1 Building Appraiser 

City Attorney — 6 Interdepartmental Employments . . 31 27 

3 General Clerk-Stenographer 

2 Senior Attorney, Civil 

3 Principal Attorney, Civil 
2 Chief Attorney, Civil 

District Attorney 1 Interdepartmental Employments . . 48 47 

Treasurer 2 General Clerk 17 15 

Sheriff —1 General Clerk 133 130 

1 Senior Clerk 

1 Bailiff 

2 Jail Matron 

Police Department 1 Range Master 1422 1421 

Fire Department 1 Captain 1356 1355 

Park Department 1 Watchman 558 555 

1 Engineer of Hoisting 
and Portable Engines 



FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 



Department 

jreation Commission 



ifornia Palace of the 
on of Honor 



Young Memorial Museum 

rior Court 

•enile Court 
Probation 



Detention Home 

lief Administrative Officer 

jgistrar of Voters 

>unty Clerk 

trchasing Department 

al Estate 

blic Works 
ueneral Office 

3ureau Accounts 
3uilding Repairs 

Engineering 
•treet Repairs 
partment of Electricity 



Ordi- Differ- 
Mayor nance ence 
Classifications of Difference 1945-46 1944-45 1945-46 

— 1 Supervisor Playground Constr.. . 261 247 14 
2 General Clerk-Stenographer 
1 General Clerk-Typist 

1 Asst. Supt., Recreation Dept. 
8 Playground Director 

2 Playground Director (part time) 

1 Janitor 

— 1 Organ Repairer (part time) 27 25 2 

2 Watchman 
1 Curator C 

1 Telephone Operator (part time) .43 42 1 

1 Court Reporter 42 41 1 

— 1 Senior Clerk- Stenographer 78 66 12 

1 Accountant 

2 General Clerk- Stenographer 
2 General Clerk-Typist 

1 Senior Clerk-Typist 

1 Psychologist 

5 Probation Officer 

1 Senior Probation Officer 

1 Cook's Assistant 31 27 4 

2 Attendant 

1 Asst. Superintendent 

1 Bookkeeper 8 5 3 

1 Principal Assistant to C. A. O. 

1 Administrative Technician 

2 General Clerk 22 17 5 

2 Voting Machine Adjuster 
1 General Clerk-Typist 

1 General Clerk-Stenographer 53 52 1 

1 General Clerk-Typist 
1 Senior Law Clerk 

1 General Clerk-Typist 55 54 1 

1 Head Clerk 4 3 1 

1 General Clerk 15 13 2 

1 General Clerk-Stenographer 

1 Head Clerk 15 14 1 

-1 Starter 264 259 5 

— 1 Watchman 

3 Janitor 

4 Mechanic 

-2 Surveyor's Field Assistant 59 56 3 

5 Junior Engineer 

14 Miscellaneous Wages 113 99 14 

-1 Lineman 63 60 3 

1 Electrical Inspector 

1 Labor Foreman 

2 Interdepartmental Employments 



978 



FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 



Department 
Public Health, Central Office 
Administration 



Classifications of Difference 



Ordi- Diff 
Mayor nance em 
1945-46 1944-45 1945 



Accounting 



Statistics 

Milk and Abattoir 
Communicable Disease 
Venereal Disease 



1 General Clerk-Typist 19 16 

1 Asst. Director of Public Health 

1 Chief, Div. P. H. Education 

— 2 Bookkeeper 8 12 

— 1 Senior Bookkeeper 

— 1 General Clerk-Typist 

— 1 General Clerk-Typist 9 8 

2 General Clerk-Stenographer 
— 1 Abattoir Inspector 22 23 

4 Rodent Controlman 21 17 

— 2 Physician Specialist (part time) . 35 33 

1 General Clerk-Stenographer 

1 General Clerk-Typist 

1 Physician Specialist 

1 Supervisor Public Health Nursing 

Mental Hygiene 8 8 

Bacteriological Laboratory 15 15 

School Inspection, Medical 16 16 

Dental Bureau 16 16 

Child Welfare, Medical 1 Physician Specialist 8 6 

1 Physician Specialist (part time) 
Food & Sanitary Inspection — 1 Consulting Sanitary Eng. (p. t.) • • 63 61 

— 1 Housing and Industrial Insp. 

1 General Clerk-Typist 

1 General Clerk-Stenographer 

1 Public Health Engineer 

1 Market and Food Inspector 

Chemical Laboratory 4 4 

Plumbing 9 9 

City Physician 13 13 

Field Nursing, Adm. 4 General Clerk- Stenographer 20 15 

1 Supervisor 

Field Nursing, Schools 42 42 

Field Nursing, Other — 1 Physician Specialist (part time) . . 34 38 

— 1 Physician Specialist 
— 2 Supervisor, Pub. Health Nursing 

Tuberculosis Bureau 21 21 

Laguna Honda Home —7 Orderly 272 277 

— 1 Porter 

— 1 Operating Engineer 

— 1 Head Baker 

1 Baker 

1 Porter Sub-Foreman 

1 Chief Operating Engineer 

1 Bookkeeper, Interdepartmental 

Isolation Hospital 25 25 

San Francisco Hospital — 5 Permanent Salaries 889 903 

— 10 Nursing 
— 1 Orderly 

2 Kitchen Helpers 

Emergency Hospitals — 1 Registered Nurse 81 79 

3 Hospital Surgeon (part time) 

Hassler Health Home 92 92 



FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 



979 



Ordi- Differ- 
Mayor nance ence 
Classifications of Difference 1945-46 1944-45 1945-46 

2 General Clerk-Stenographer .... 181 183 — 2 
1 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 

1 Dietitian 

2 General Clerk-Typist 

1 Bailiff (part time) 28 27 1 

1 Market Master 2 2 

1 Janitor (part time) 

Planning Commission —1 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 25 24 1 

1 General Clerk-Typist 
1 Senior City Planner 

1 Bookkeeper 18 16 2 

1 Asst. Director, Bur. Pub. Relations 

1 Senior Bookkeeper 25 18 7 

1 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 

2 General Clerk-Typist 
2 Janitress 
1 Airport Attendant 



Department 
>lic Welfare Department 



roner 
iers' Free Market 



blic Utilities Commission 
peneral Office 

San Francisco Airport 



Municipal Railway — 
Consolidated 
Permanent Salaries 
Wages 

[Water Department 



Hetchy Hetchy Water Sup. 



3etch Hetchy Power Oper. 
Jtilities Engineering 



517 469 48 
4255 3840 415 



-1 Senior Bookkeeper 

1 Statistician 

2 Hoseman, Ships and Docks 
1 General Clerk-Typist 
1 General Carpenter Foreman. . 
1 Assistant Engineer, Civil 

1 Surveyor's Field Assistant 

1 Foreman Auto Mechanic 

1 General Clerk 41 



293 290 



19 



partment of Education 
bounty Offices 



drement System 



1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
—6 
1 



Office Assistant 22 

Senior Clerk-Stenographer 

General Clerk-Typist 

Designer 

Assistant Engineer 

Engineer 

Senior Engineer 

Deputy Superintendent of Schools 4 

Associate Deputy in Charge 

of Business 
Associate Deputy in Charge 

of Education 
Addressing Machine Operator ... 23 
Calculating Machine Operator 
General Clerk-Typist 
General Clerk-Stenographer 
Physician (part time) 
Compensation Claims Adjuster 



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12 



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10 



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FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 981 

APPROPRIATIONS— GENERAL FUND 

^ . .. Mayor Appropriation 1945-46 Tax Dollars 

Description 1945-46 1944-45 Difference 1945-46 



d of Supervisors $ 167,329 $ 156,727 $ 10,602 

ISror 128,401 71,955 56,446 

Bzens' Protective Corps 43,153 169,125 — 125,972 

pssor 405,259 377,084 28,175 

to Attorney 182,110 113,820 68,290 

Itrict Attorney 217,219 221,572 — 4,353 

iasurer 70,918 64,580 6,338 

eriff 533,278 510,383 22,895 

blic Defender 32,370 32,235 135 

lice Department 4,363,307 4,188,436 174,871 

Far Emergency 2,580 2,304 276 

Ur Raid Warden Service 9,885 45,640 — 35,755 

tolice Service 6,150 4,600 1,550 

e Department 4,930,488 4,704,196 226,292 

Are Service 23,220 42,360 — 19,140 

lescue Service 2,800 — 2,800 

ird of Permit Appeals 9,440 8,955 485 

"lCommission 125,254 125,204 50 

Ifornia Academy of Sciences 56,722 56,260 462 

Dicipal Court 366,577 363,937 2,640 

•erior Court 263,873 249,043 14,830 

Library 13,145 13,005 140 

enile Court 791,015 619,724 171,291 

pile Detention Home 109,045 101,852 7,193 

og Cabin Ranch 121,510 85,301 36,209 

aguna Honda Children's Home 22,686 24,060 — 1,374 

lit Probation 52,007 47,490 4,517 

*f Administrative Officer 33,464 24,629 8,835 

ar Service Activities 106,650 134,212 — 27,562 

artment of Finance and Records... 8,880 8,550 330 

_Tollector 166,441 165,411 1,030 

istrar of Voters 363,607 242,651 120,956 

istrar of Volunteers 500 10,785 — 10,285 

>rder 104,388 101,173 3,215 

ity Clerk 175,528 168,353 7,175 

lie Administrator 54,915 53,301 1,614 

hasing Department 229,639 219,345 10,294 

Estate Department 35,411 33,151 2,260 

ditorium 68,520 62,479 6,041 

irtment of Public Works 4,228,339 3,883,800 344,539 

irtment of Electricity 219,571 210,715 8,856 

irtment of Public Health 5,777,980 5,786,106 — 8,126 

ic Welfare Department 7,534,005 7,967,145 —433,140 

uation Service 325 — 325 

jaer 81,989 79,750 2,239 

[cultural Department 23,180 22,220 960 

ters' Market 7,652 7,652 

rtment of Weights and Measures. . 24,985 24,665 320 

oiler 426,509 403,096 23,413 

Planning Commission 102,655 88,125 14,530 

of Education— County Offices 40,936 64,400 —23,464 

Service Commission 147,714 156,205 — 8,491 

: Pound 26,000 25,000 1,000 

•dinating Council 12,960 12,900 60 



al General Fund $33,049,359 $32,351,140 $ 698,219 

s: Receipts by Transfer 115,646 48,236 67,410 



Total General Fund $32,933,713 $32,302,904 $ 630,809 $20,271,273 



982 FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 

APPROPRIATIONS— OTHER CURRENT FUNDS 

Mayor Appropriation 1945-46 

Description 1945-46 1944-45 Difference 

Emergency Reserve $ 150,000 $ 225,000 $ — 75,000 

Park 2,106,162 1,997,462 108,700 

Recreation Department 1,097,212 1,009,496 87,716 

Library 667,112 521,857 145,255 

War Memorial 179,039 170,399 8,640 

California Palace of the Legion of Honor 108,884 102,633 6,251 

deYoung Museum 153,035 162,893 — 9,858 

Publicity and Advertising 200,000 200,000 

Installation Fund — Dept. Electricity... 3,000 3,000 

Tax Judgments Fund 87,114 — 87,114 

Employees' Retirement System 4,488,442 3,634,713 853,729 

Installment Payment — State 

Unemployment Relief Loan 55,071 — 55,071 

Interest on State Unemployment 

Relief Loan 2,006 — 2,006 

General City Bond Interest 

and Redemption 4,643,588 4,813,100 —169,512 

P. S. E. Bond Interest and Redemption 8,157,380 8,342,758 —185,378 

Interest on Tax Anticipation Notes 5,000 40,000 — 35,000 

Special Road Improvement Fund 966,422 919,274 47,148 

Special Gas Tax Street Improvement 

Fund 350,000 575,000 —225,000 

Public Utilities Commission — 

General Office 109,310 94,199 15,111 

Light, Heat and Power 2,938,405 2,692,134 246,271 

Citizens' Defense Corps Transportation 200 — 200 

San Francisco Airport 541,008 489,493 51,515 

Municipal Ry.— Market St. Extension. . 17,488,600 17,078,359 410,241 

Water Revenue 8,715,933 8,358,269 357,664 

Civilian Defense Emergency 11,828 166,989 —155,161 

Hetch Hetchy Water Supply 4,380,947 4,455,998 — 75,051 

Hetch Hetchy Power Operative 2,405,000 2,613,154 —208,154 

Utilities Engineering Bureau 98,644 59,883 38,761 

H. H. W. S. Civilian Defense Emergency 11,150 23,835 — 12,685 

S. F. Unified School District (Tentative) 15,421,044 14,128,105 1,292,939 

Civilian Defense 10,000 50,000 — 40,000 



Total Other Current Funds $75,407,145 $73,072,454 $ 2,334,691 $23,8* 

Less: Receipts by Transfer 14,291,886 15,353,308 —1,061,422 



Net Total Other Current Funds $61,115,259 $57,719,146 $ 3,396,113 $23,8* 



REVENUES OTHER THAN TAXES 
GENERAL FUND 

Controller's Estimate 1£ 

Description 1945-46 1944-45 Diffe 

Penalties and Costs on Delinquent Taxes $ 60,000 $ 60,000 

Franchise Taxes 543,700 557,375 

Vehicle Licenses (City Ordinances) 27,000 27,000 

Business Licenses 424,500 423,500 

Professional and Occupational Licenses 30,100 29,450 

Non-business Licenses 42,500 42,100 

Fines, Forfeitures and Penalties 589,600 589,600 

Interest Revenue 17,200 17,200 

Revenues from Other Agencies 7,670,002 7,608,473 

Revenue from Private Sources 6,500 6,900 

Service Charges for Current Services 440,245 439,450 



FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 

folic Safety Service Charges 357,493 

Biitation Service Charges 50,000 

faith Conservation Service Charges 97,900 

ifspital Service Charges 247,900 

ijllections for Maintenance of Needy Children. . 130,000 

ijrrection Service Charges 27,800 

mphony Concerts 60,000 

Iditorium 90,000 

Total General Fund $10,912,440 



983 



: 



302,273 


55,220 


60,000 


—10,000 


97,900 





247,900 





130,000 





27,868 


— 68 


60,000 





100,000 


—10,000 


$10,826,989 


$ 85,451 



REVENUES OTHER THAN TAXES 
OTHER CURRENT FUNDS 



Controller's 

Description 1945-46 

rk Fund $ 595,000 

creation Fund 84,250 

it Memorial Fund 90,200 

nrary Fund 27,000 

lif ornia Palace of the Legion of Honor Fund . . 750 

Zoung Museum Fund 400 

jcial Road Improvement Fund 1,044,900 

Icial Gas Tax Street Improvement Fund 430,000 

tallation Fund — Department of Electricity .... 3,000 

l Francisco Airport — Operating 108,796 

nicipal Railway — Market Street Extension .... 17,488,600 

ter Operating Fund 8,209,940 

ich Hetchy Power 2,405,000 

l Francisco Unified School District 5,846,657 



Estimate 
1944-45 

$ 590,075 

72,450 

100,200 

27,000 

1,500 

400 

1,030,000 

420,000 

2,300 

84,600 

14,905,650 

7,847,500 

2,500,000 

5,345,903 



1945-46 
Difference 

> 4,925 
11,800 

— 10,000 



— 750 



14,900 

10,000 

700 

24,196 

2,582,950 

362,440 

— 95,000 
500,754 



'otal Other Current Funds $36,334,493 $32,927,578 $ 3,406,915 



RECEIPTS FROM SURPLUS 

Controller 

Description 1945-46 

eral Fund $ 1,750,000 

jBral City Bond Interest and Redemption Fund 36,000 

Judgments Fund 

ial Road Improvement Fund 608,076 

Sial Gas Tax Street Improvement Fund 200,913 

Francisco Airport — Operating 

ticipal Railway Operating 

er Operating 517,821 

'h Hetchy Water Supply 

:h Hetchy Power Operative 

Ifrancisco Unified School District 500,000 



s Estimate 
1944-45 

$ 3,053,622 

29,726 

1,158 

518,056 

517,736 

52,764 

1,925,000 

561,069 

6,708 

130,452 

649,372 



1945-46 
Difference 

$—1,303,622 
6,274 

— 1,158 
90,020 

—316,823 

— 52,764 
—1,925,000 

— 43,248 

— 6,708 
—130,452 
—149,372 



ital Receipts from Surplus $ 3,612,810 $ 7,445,663 $—3,832,853 



984 FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 

Index 14 — Public Library. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained that the budget for the Public 
Library called for one of the larger increases over the previous year. 
The increase is made up largely as follows: $20,000 for land pur- 
chases, $100,000 for new buildings. The Finance Committee has 
recommended some money for capital improvements instead of bond 
issue. 

Mr. Clark, representing the Library Department, explained the 
need for the additional or increased appropriations. There has been 
a great many requests for establishment of branch libraries, many 
of which have had to be denied. The Marina and the North Beach 
districts have been selected for two new branch libraries. 

Index 13 — Recreation Commission. 

Supervisor MacPhee pointed out that the budget of the Recreation 
Commission showed an increase of nearly $88,000 over that of the 
previous year, and explained the reasons for said increase. 

Miss Josephine Randall also explained the reasons for the required 
increase. 

Index 64 — San Francisco Airport. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained the budget. The original request 
was for an increase of $101,000; the Finance Committee recommends 
an increase of $51,000. The tax increase in San Mateo County is 
about $11,000. That leaves only $40,000 over which the Board of 
Supervisors has control. 

Captain Doolin, Superintendent of the Airport, reported that civil 
activities of the airport were building up very actively. There was 
a 70 per cent increase in actual schedules; mail tonnage has increased 
109 per cent; and express has increased 248 per cent. All these 
increases have occurred during the past year. The mail increase 
reported did not include foreign or military mail. More than 700 
passengers are passing through the field daily. The place is open 24 
hours per day. The payroll on the field is $15,500,000 annually. 

Supervisor MacPhee pointed out that the Airport was running 
at a loss of $304,000 during the current year. 

Supervisor Colman believed that the Airport would pay tre- 
menous dividends in the future. If the people vote a bond issue, 
and if San Francisco has more to sell, it will be good business for 
San Francisco. If this is not done, San Francisco will be going back- 
ward. The payroll of more than $15,000,000 offsets some of the deficit. 
It is good business. 

Supervisor Uhl declared that 50 per cent of the purchasing power 
of that payroll goes to San Mateo County. 

Whereupon, in reply, Supervisor Colman declared that "It is still 
good business — it is real good business." 

Captain Doolin pointed out that the taxpayers have invested less 
than $5,000,000 in the Airport. The Airport has a valuation at the 
present time of $17,000,000. 

After further brief discussion, Supervisor Uhl reminded the Board 
that the matter was in the hands of the Post-war Planning Com- 
mittee. It should be left alone until after that committee reports. 

Index 62 — Public Utilities Commission, General Office. 

Mr. Robert Scott explained the increased employments in the 
general office. A large increase was in connection with legal services 
of the City Attorney's office. 



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Index 63 — Light, Heat and Power. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained the increase in the budget for the 
Public Utilities Commission, Heat, Light and Power. We pay, he 
stated, $40 per year for company owned light standards. Where the 
City and County owns the standards, the cost is $20 per year. He 
believed the City should own its own light standards, and Mr. Cahill 
has recommended an extensive program for the City and County to 
own its own standards. There is in the budget an item of $200,000 
for such purpose. 

Supervisor Uhl announced that he would oppose the appropriation 
of $200,700; he would also oppose an appropriation of $41,000 for 
reconstruction and replacements. 

Supervisor MacPhee declared that it was a question of policy 
as to what the Board wishes to do. Whether it is good business or 
not is for the Board to decide. 

Index 65 — Municipal Railway Consolidated. 

Supervisor MacPhee announced that the Finance Committee was 
in agreement with most of the recommendations. Some of the com- 
mittee, however, did not agree on the question of employments in 
the City Attorney's office. 

Mr. H. S. Foley opposed the creation of position of Assistant 
Director of Public Relations in the general office. There was no need 
for such position, he held. However, he thought an additional per- 
sonnel director for the Municipal Railway would accomplish much 
good. He requested, too, that an attorney be employed by the Public 
Utilities Commission to defend platform men charged with criminal 
offenses in connection with accidents. There were a number of 
employments he felt to be unnecessary, and he urged that the Board 
give them careful consideration before approving them. He objected 
particularly to the position of part-time physician. 

Mr. Robert Scott reported on the part-time physician. He checks 
up on absent employees; he visits the homes of all employees on sick 
leave. 

Supervisor MacPhee pointed out that of the new employments, 
44 out of 48 were office employees. 

Mr. Scott explained that both the Municipal Railway and the 
Market Street Railway were undermanned at the time of the consoli- 
dation. The Market Street Railway employees had worked a great 
deal of overtime, Saturdays and Sundays. He explained in detail 
the requested new employments. Mr. Scott also answered statement 
which had been made by Mr. Foley, with particular reference to 
duplicate employments and to Claims Adjuster and General Claims 
Agent. 

RECESS. 

At the hour of 12:15 P. M., pursuant to motion previously made 
by Supervisor MacPhee, the Board recessed to reconvene at 2:00 
P. M. 






DAVID A. BARRY. Clerk. 



986 FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 

FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945—2:00 P. M. 



Reconvening of Board of Supervisors. 

The Board of Supervisors reconvened at 2:15 P. M. to resume 
consideration of budget of estimated expenses for the fiscal year 
1945-1946. 

CALLING THE ROLL. 

The roll was called and the following Supervisors were noted 
present: 

Supervisors Colman, Gallagher, Gartland, MacPhee, Mancuso, 
Mead, Meyer, Sullivan, Uhl — 9. 

Absent: Supervisors Brown, Green — 2. 

Quorum present. 

President Dan Gallagher presiding. 

Supervisor Green was noted present at 2:50 P. M. 

Supervisor Brown on leave of absence. 

Consideration of Budget. 

Consideration of budget of estimated expenses for the fiscal year 
1945-1946 was resumed. 

Index 1 — Board of Supervisors. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained the increases in the budget for the 
Board of Supervisors, as follows: $12,000 for alterations in the office 
of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors; the remainder of the 
increases was for increase in rates of advertising and official printing, 
etc. As to the alterations in the office of the Clerk, that was a matter 
of policy for the Board to decide. 

Supervisor Uhl moved that the item of $12,000 for alterations in 
the office of the Clerk be deleted. 

Supervisor Meyer took the Chair, at the request of President Gal- 
lagher, who desired to participate in the discussion of the Board's 
budget. 

Supervisor Mead announced that the amount originally requested 
for alterations had been $15,000, but that the Finance Committee 
had agreed to compromise on the reduced amount of $12,000. The 
Committee had agreed that the work should be done at an expense 
not to exceed $12,500. 

Supervisor MacPhee stated that the item had received consider- 
able discussion in the Mayor's office. 

Supervisor Gallagher announced that the Board of Supervisors 
would have to do some cutting of the budget. The Board should first 
take into consideration its own budget. He was not sure that $12,000 
was needed for alterations in the Clerk's office, but something was 
needed. He then moved that the amount of $12,000 be deleted from 
the budget, and in lieu thereof, the sum of $2,000 be substituted. 
He objected to any proposal to keep the public out of the office of the 
Clerk. The Board, he held, had no more right to keep the public 
out of the office than it had to keep the public out of the City Hall. 

The Clerk, pursuant to request by Supervisor Colman, stated that 
his office has been a general passage way for everybody. The public 
generally passes through the office. People sit at the desks of the 
different clerks, meet the Supervisors. People are brought into the 
office by the Supervisors. There should be some privacy in the 
office in the interest of greater efficiency, 



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Supervisor Uhl, thereupon, seconded the motion by Supervisor 
Gallagher, stating that in the interest of economy the Board should 
vote against the $12,000 item. 

Supervisor Mead, in discussing the matter, pointed out that it has 
nothing to do with the members of the Board. It is not a question 
of privacy except to members of the Board. It is a question of a 
reasonable amount of privacy for the people employed in the office". 
The office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors is close to a 
madhouse. The Board of Supervisors should not criticize any attempt 
to modernize its office. The clerks have to prepare legislation, re- 
ports, etc., often on just a very few minutes' notice. Each year the 
Board begins to economize with itself. A very bad situation in the 
Clerk's office should be corrected, and the office should be modern- 
ized. He was opposed to the motion to delete $12,000 and setting up 
an arbitrary figure of $2,000. 

Supervisor Colman opposed the motion. Two thousand dollars 
would have no value at all, he held. The Board might as well strike 
out the entire amount. 

Supervisor Mead again urged approval of the entire amount of 
$12,000. 

Supervisor Mancuso expressed the thought that the Board of 
Supervisors should pay attention to its own work before spending 
money on the outside. The Board should take care of its own office 
first. The improvement was really needed. He was opposed to any 
reduction. 

Supervisor Gallagher raised a point of order, stating that there 
was a motion before the Board to decrease the item from $12,000 to 
$2,000. Any discussion as to the need of the improvement was out 
of order. 

Supervisor Colman objected, stating that in considering an appro- 
priation the need for the appropriation — what the money was being 
spent for — was entirely in order and that the members were entitled 
to such information before being requested to vote. 

The Chair, however, ruled the point of order to be well taken. 

Thereupon, the roll was called and the motion failed by the follow- 
ing vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Gallagher, Uhl — 2. 

Noes: Supervisors Colman, Gartland, MacPhee, Mancuso, Mead, 
Meyer, Sullivan — 7. 

Absent: Supervisors Brown, Green — 2. 

Index 1, sheet 1, line 9 — Legislative Expense, $5,000. 

Supervisor MacPhee, at the request of Supervisor Gallagher, ex- 
plained the foregoing item. 

Thereupon, Supervisor Uhl, seconded by Supervisor Gallagher, 
moved that the foregoing item be reduced from $5,000 to $2,500. 

Supervisor Mead opposed the motion, stating that the amount of 
$2,500 was but an arbitrary amount. The item might as well be cut 
out entirely as reduced to such amount. 

Supervisor Mancuso opposed the reduction. The money should be 
available if needed. 

Supervisors Colman and MacPhee spoke briefly in favor of the 
totion. 



988 FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 

Thereupon, the roll was called and the motion to reduce the item 
for Legislative Expense from $5,000 to $2,500 failed by the following 
vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Colman, Gallagher, MacPhee, Uhl — 4. 

Noes: Supervisors Gartland, Mancuso, Mead, Meyer, Sullivan — 5. 

Absent: Supervisors Brown, Green — 2. 

Consideration of Supplemental Budget Requests. 

Supervisor MacPhee suggested that the Board take up each sup- 
plemental budget request with the department affected, because of 
past criticism that supplemental budget requests had not received 
sufficient consideration. 

Proposal to Recess. 

Supervisor Gallagher, seconded by Supervisor Uhl, moved that 
the Board recess until absent members are present. 

The Clerk announced that Supervisor Brown was on leave of 
absence, and that Supervisor Green was on his way to the meeting. 
Supervisor Green, being noted present at 2:50 P. M., during the 
discussion on the motion to recess temporarily, action on the motion 
was not pressed. 

Thereupon, Supervisor Colman suggested that the Board take up 
supplemental budget requests affecting its own budget. He desired 
to know the entire amount of the Board's budget requests before 
voting. Motion seconded by Supervisor Mancuso. 

After brief discussion by Supervisor MacPhee, who supported the 
motion, the roll was called and the motion was carried by the follow- 
ing vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Colman, Gartland, MacPhee, Mancuso, Mead, 
Meyer, Sullivan — 7. 

Noes: Supervisors Gallagher, Green, Uhl — 3. 

Absent: Supervisor Brown — 1. 

Supplemental Budget Request, Joint Highway District No. 9 $66,000. 

Supervisor MacPhee presented supplemental budget request, Joint 
Highway District No. 9, $66,000. 

Supervisor Colman announced that he had always been opposed 
to the Joint Highway Districts. He did not believe the Board was 
required to vote for such appropriation. He would vote "No." 

Supervisor Gallagher announced that the foregoing request had 
nothing to do with the Board of Supervisors' budget. 

The Chair declared that the supplemental budget appropriation 
requested was mandatory. 

Supervisor Colman declared that it might be mandatory on the 
Chief Administrative Officer, it was not on the Board of Supervisors, 
and moved approval of the Board of Supervisors' budget, without 
the requested $66,000. Motion seconded by Supervisor Mancuso. 

The Chair again declared that the supplemental budget had to be 
approved. The Board could not merely drop it. 

Supervisor Colman objected to the appropriation, pointing out that 
the Supervisors were not charged with building highways. 

The Chief Administrative Officer pointed out that he had always 
taken the position that the requested appropriation was not a just 
charge against the gas tax. However, the City Attorney has ruled 
on several occasions that it is a charge against the City and County 
of San Francisco, which the City and County must assume. If it is 



FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 989 

a charge against the City and County, it must come either from 
taxes or the gas tax. Rather than include it in the tax base, it 
should be included in the gas tax. The second one-quarter cent. 
It should not be in the Supervisors' budget. 

Thereupon, Supervisor Gallagher resumed the Chair. 

Whereupon, the roll was called and the budget of estimated ex- 
pense for the Board of Supervisors was approved by the following 
vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Colman, Gallagher, Gartland, Green, MacPhee, 
Mancuso, Mead, Meyer, Sullivan — 9. 

Noes: Supervisor Uhl — 1. 

Absent: Supervisor Brown — 1. 

Supplemental Budget Request, Joint Highway District No. 9, $66,000. 

Supervisor MacPhee again presented supplemental budget request 
for appropriation of $66,000 for Joint Highway District No. 9, to 
be provided from gasoline tax. 

Supervisor Uhl announced his intention to vote against the re- 
quested appropriation. He could not see what work had been done 
during the year just ending. 

Supervisor Meyer, in urging approval of the supplemental budget 
request, reported that both Santa Cruz and San Mateo counties 
always pay their obligations as regularly as they become due. This 
is an obligation of the City and County of San Francisco. 

Thereupon, Supervisor Uhl announced that he would vote for 
appropriation for Joint Highway District No. 9. He was opposed to 
Joint Highway District No. 10. 

Supervisor Colman, in explanation of his vote, again stated that he 
had always taken the attitude that joint highway districts were 
not necessary economically, and that they were unwise. There was 
a question in the mind of the City Attorney as to whether it was 
entirely compulsory. He had declined to view with favor any such 
appropriations in the past. He would vote "No." 

Thereupon, the roll was called and the supplemental budget re- 
quest for appropriation of $66,000 for Joint Highway District No. 9 
was approved by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Gallagher, Gartland, Green, Mancuso, MacPhee, 
Mead, Meyer, Sullivan, Uhl — 9. 

No: Supervisor Colman — 1. 

Absent: Supervisor Brown — 1. 

Periodic Reassessments of Property. 

The Assessor, in answer to questioning by Supervisor MacPhee 
as to the advisability of reassessment of property every five years, 
stated that there was no need for such periodic reassessments. Every 
piece of property in San Francisco is covered yearly. Values are 
up to date. The assessment roll reflects the Assessor's opinion as 
to the value of property from year to year. The Assessor has felt 
for some time that he did not have a sufficient appraisal force, but 
he could not guarantee that if he had additional appraisers there 
would be any increase in the assessment roll. However, there is 
no relationship between the cost of government and the assessed 
valuation. The assessment rolls of most major cities have shown 
decreased values during the past ten years. The Assessor also 
expressed doubt as to San Francisco ever reaching the peak values 
of 1929. 



990 FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 



Index 3 — Assessor. 



Supervisor MacPhee, in explaining increases in the budget of 
the Assessor, pointed out that there were four new employments. 
The major portion of the increase represents new employments. 

Privilege of the Floor. 

Mr. Arthur Younger, speaking for the Municipal Conference, urged 
that a closer budget be maintained. He objected to the method of 
providing for emergencies, resulting in large surplus in the budget. 
He believed that the Mayor's Emergency Reserve Fund should be 
increased to the maximum provided by law, and that the Mayor 
allow emergency funds to come from that fund. 

Specifically, on the budget now before the Board, the Municipal 
Conference has certain ideas in regard to utilities. As to whether the 
City should go into the utility business, there are manv and varied 
opinions, but after the City has decided to embark on a utility 
business there is very little difference of opinion as to whether such 
utility should pay its own way or become a burden on the general 
tax fund. As to the Water Department, it is the opinion of the 
Conference that the Hetch Hetchy expense, including bond interest 
and redemption, should come entirely from water and electricity 
revenues, and should not be a burden on the general tax fund. Rates 
fixed should be such as to bring in sufficient revenue to carry bonded 
indebtedness. This applies to street cars or any other utility that 
the City operates. The Conference hopes that the Supervisors, in 
considering the budget, will obtain from the Public Utilities Com- 
mission a definite promise to increase rates so that sufficient funds 
are obtained by the Water Department to take care of its obligations. 
Such, the Conference understands, is the recommendation of the 
Mayor. The Conference hopes that the Supervisors see to it that 
a commitment is made or the budget is reduced sufficiently so 
that the utilities will balance and not be a burden on the general 
fund. We have to pay the bills for essential service. We must raise 
money to pay for a lot of utility maintenance, but on what is essen- 
tial and what is not, there may be a very marked difference of 
opinion. Another item in the budget on which the Conference feels 
rather strongly is the new philosophy in the Fire Department that 
like ranks must be relieved by like ranks. Under such a philosophy, 
the Board would require two clerks. There would not be a relief 
for anyone except by someone of equal rank. It is not good philoso- 
phy; it is not sound managment. Another point is the matter of 
unfilled positions. Although there are many eliminations of positions, 
there still remain a number of positions in the budget for which 
money is being appropriated but positions have not been filled for 
some time. The Conference believes that in many cases money 
should not be appropriated for these unfilled positions. Another 
matter is a proposed increase of 10 per cent for carmen and a num- 
ber of other employees. That, the Conference believes, is partial 
standardization. The salary standardization legislation is a protec- 
tion to the employees as well as to the rest of the citizens of the 
City and County. If a majority of the Board of Supervisors should 
decide to reduce a basic rate by 10 per cent, there would be a storm 
of protest. So far as the Municipal Conference is concerned, it 
would join in that protest. The Conference believes the Board has 
no right to change any rate of pay, once it is fixed. If the Board 
believes that there is a wide variance of pay that is not warranted, 
it should proceed under the Charter and have a new salary survey. 
Salary standardization should not be piecemeal. The Conference 
is strongly against piecemeal standardization. 

Approval of Assessor's Budget. 

Thereupon, on motion by Supervisor Sullivan, there being no 
objection, the budget of the Assessor was approved. 



FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 991 

Index 2 — Mayor. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained the net increase in the Mayor's 
budget. The budget before the Board shows a supplemental budget, 
of which the Board has no copy. (Thereupon, copy of supplemental 
budget was presented to the Board by Mr. David Lewis.) 

The Mayor, in speaking on his own budget, stated that in his letter 
transmitting the budget, dated April 30, 1945, copies were given to 
every member of the Board as well as to the press, which went into 
some detail of the Mayor's budget. The total increase of his budget 
was $56,446. Included in his budget was $25,000 for salary and 
expense of the City's legislative representative at Sacramento. When 
Mr. Cleary was employed during the previous fall, it was at the rate 
of $8,000 per year, but with the understanding that if he made good 
it would be increased to $10,000 beginning July 1, 1945. The Mayor 
felt that Mr. Cleary was doing a good job, and he has included in 
the budget $10,000 for the next fiscal year. There is also $15,000 for 
expense. The Mayor's budget, as originally submitted included, if 
he recalled correctly, eight additional employments, of which six 
were so-called technical staff. In his letter of April 30, the Mayor 
had suggested a reduction of these six employments, to three. He 
needed these employments in connection with budget consideration. 
It is impossible to go over the budget in detail within the time 
allowed. During his budget consideration, in many cases he has been 
doubtful whether some appropriations have been right or wrong. 
When he took office, he had one administrative assistant, Mr. David 
Lewis, together with his stenographer. Last year the Board approved 
an additional man as assistant to Mr. Lewis. Now the Mayor is recom- 
mending that the staff be increased to three more men who will be 
available to develop facts in connection with the various budgets 
throughout the year, so that when the budget does comes before the 
Mayor he will have more information. The Mayor realizes that each 
department furnishes very complete information; he realizes, also, 
the disposition on the part of those running the various departments 
is to ask for more than they actually expect to receive. That is per- 
fectly natural from their point of view. The Mayor wants to be able 
to check up statements made by the commissioners and the heads 
of the various departments. In other cities, budget preparation is 
more thoroughly gone into than in San Francisco. Some cities have 
budget departments which are working throughout the year. He 
believed it good business to add the three additional employments. 
An assistant to Mr. Kane and an additional stenographer are also 
needed. It is necessary that people who visit the Mayor's office with 
complaints or suggestions can be heard by Mr. Kane or his assistant, 
and to insure that all correspondence be properly acknowledged and 
cared for. These five employments requested by the Mayor, he felt, 
were not out of line, considering the importance of the office. In 
making his recommendations for other departments, the Mayor 
stated, he has done the best he could. As to the Water Department, 
mentioned by Mr. Younger, the Mayor desired the record to show 
that in previous years that department has not been allowed suffi- 
cient funds to take care of replacements and extensions, due to the 
growing needs of the City, and on top of that, other revenues have 
been reduced by cuts in the water rates. The Mayor also said that 
he had suggested in his budget message that the Public Utilities 
Commission might well consider the restoration of the latest cut in 
the water rates. Such restoration would take in about $1,250,000. 
As to the Public Utilities Commission, Water Department, the Mayor 
relied on the recommendations of the Manager of Utilities, and left 
in that budget substantial increases in capital expenditures for re- 
placements and extensions of improvements. He had tried to look 
as reasonably as he could on other capital expenditures recom- 
mended, such as appropriations for new fire houses, new libraries, 
new police station, but we now have to make up for work that we 



992 FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 

have failed to do in the past, within reason. The City is not in 
business for a profit, but at the same time the City and County 
expects service in the various ways in which service is expected. 

Mr. David Lewis announced that there were two chauffeurs in the 
Mayor's budget. There is now one such position. 

Supervisor Uhl announced that the Chief Administrative Officer 
is not requesting additional help to check up in his departments. 

The Mayor then declared that in Mr. Brooks, the Chief Adminis- 
trative Officer, the City has a very unusual city servant. However, 
Mr. Brooks has been handicapped by a lack of assistants. 

The Chief Administrative Officer, in reply to Supervisor Uhl, an- 
nounced that he had never requested additional employees until 
this current budget. He was now requesting one additional employ- 
ment. In the past he had never been refused an employment, because 
he had never requested one. 

Thereupon Supervisor Uhl announced that he could not go along 
with request for three additional employments, feeling that there 
nothing would be accomplished. 

His Honor, the Mayor, in reply to Supervisor Uhl, declared that he 
was wrong. In the city charter the Mayor is supposed to be respon- 
sible for a number of things, including intelligent passing of the 
budget. He was casting no reflection on Mr. Brooks, for he was one 
of the best of our city servants. He, himself, the Mayor, continued, 
had been checked up; he was used to a board of directors that have 
asked questions. He had been checked up in the Army. He did not 
believe Mr. Brooks would take any exception if the Mayor himself 
asked a lot of questions — or Dr. Geiger — or Mr. Vensano — or Mr. 
Jones. 

Index 2, sheet 4, line 2. Office Furniture and Equipment, $1,000. 

This item, Mr. Lewis explained, was placed in the budget to take 
care of desks, chairs, filing cabinet and one calculating machine. 

Index 2, sheet 4, line 3. Furniture and Furnishings, $500. 

Mr. Lewis explained the need for the appropriation. The amount 
originally requested was $1,000. It was for alterations in the Mayor's 
office. However, during the year, the Mayor has been able to use 
some of his funds for part of the work. 

Index 2, sheet 4, line 4. Automobile, $1,000. 

Mr. Lewis explained the need for the requested automobile. 

Index 2, sheet 2, line 16. Public Service Assistant, $4,500. 

Supervisor Uhl moved to delete. 

Motion failed for want of a second. 

Index 2, sheet 2, lines 18, 19 and 20. Administrative Analyst (Fis- 
cal), $4,500; Administrative Technician (4), $14,400; and Adminis- 
trative Analyst (Staffing), $4,500. 

Supervisor Uhl moved to delete. 
Motion failed for want of a second. 

Thereupon, Supervisor Mancuso, seconded by Supervisor Gal- 
lagher, moved approval of the Mayor's budget. 

Supervisor MacPhee, however, moved reconsideration for the pur- 
pose of making a reduction in the appropriation for legislative 
expense. 

Whereupon, Supervisor Mancuso announced that with the consent 
of his second, he would withdraw his motion. 



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Whereupon, Supervisor MacPhee moved that, in view of the fact 
that there was to be no legislative session, the item, Legislative 
Expense, $25,000, Index 2, sheet 1, line 6, be reduced by $10,000. 
Motion seconded by Supervisor Uhl. 

Supervisor Mead objected to the proposed reduction. Legislative 
representative for the City and County of San Francisco can do a 
great deal of work for the benefit of the City and County during 
an off season as well as when the Legislature is in session. However, 
he would have no objection to making a reasonable reduction during 
an off season. 

Thereupon, Supervisor Mead moved to amend the motion to reduce 
the amount by $5,000, to $20,000. Motion seconded by Supervisor 
Colman. 

Supervisor MacPhee objected to the motion, stating that it would 
not be necessary to maintain an office at Sacramento, or to maintain 
stenographic help. Mr. Cleary would have access to the Board of 
Supervisors' office for that purpose. Five thousand dollars would be 
a sufficient amount for his expenses. 

Thereupon, the roll was called and the motion to reduce the 
amount of the appropriation for legislative expense to $20,000 was 
carried by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Colman, Gallagher, Gartland, Green, Mead, 
Meyer — 6. 

Noes: Supervisors MacPhee, Mancuso, Sullivan, Uhl — 4. 

Absent: Supervisor Brown — 1. 

Explanation of Vote on Approval of Budget. 

Supervisor. Colman, in explaining his vote on approval of the 
Mayor's budget, stated that in considering the importance of the 
office, and the fact that the Mayor has to cover all the budget, 
and this is the Mayor's budget, one can see that the Mayor could not 
give the budget proper consideration by himself, or even with one 
assistant. As to the Mayor's proposed method of budget considera- 
tion, it must be tried out to determine its value. If it works out prac- 
tically as well as it appeals theoretically, hundreds of thousands of 
dollars may be saved. The amount involved is very small in propor- 
tion to the benefits that may be received. He was voting on that 
theory. 

Thereupon, the roll was called and the Mayor's budget was 
approved by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Colman, Gallagher, Gartland, Green, MacPhee, 
Mancuso, Mead, Meyer, Sullivan — 9. 

No: Supervisor Uhl — 1. 

Absent: Supervisor Brown — 1. 

Index 79 — San Francisco Citizens' Protective Corps. 

Supervisor Uhl moved that the budget for the San Francisco Citi- 
zens' Protective Corps be reduced by $40,153. That reduction would 
be effected by the deletion of three items, as follows: Headquarters, 
Coordinator's Office, $26,663; Mileage Administrator, $7,140; Com- 
munications, Control Centers, $6,350. 

Index 79, sheet 1, line 2. Supervisor Uhl moved deletion. 

Supervisor MacPhee opposed the deletion. Included in that item 
was an amount to pay Mr. McKeon's secretary. It is intended to 
permit an assistant to carry on. However, Mr. McKeon's position can 
be eliminated. Another position in the service has been on loan 
from the Controller's office. He has to clean up his work there. 



994 FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 

Index 79.1, sheet 4, line 1. Coordinator, Citizens' Protective 
Corps, $4,800. 

Supervisor MacPhee moved a reduction of $4,799, leaving that item 
in the budget at $1. The motion just made, Supervisor MacPhee 
stated, was but one item in a breakdown of Supervisor Uhl's motion. 

Motion seconded by Supervisor Gallagher. 

No objection, and motion carried. 

Index 79.1, sheet 4, line 3. Administrative Assistant Coordinator 
of Citizens' Protective Service, $3,600. 

Supervisor MacPhee moved a reduction of $2,700, leaving $900 for 
payment of salary of Mr. Yost for three months. Motion seconded 
by Supervisor Gallagher. 

No objection, and motion carried. 

Further consideration of the budget for the Citizens' Protective 
Corps was temporarily postponed. 

Subsequently during the proceedings, Mr. Yost was present and 
informed the Board that his duties with the Citizens' Protective 
Corps as Administrative Assistant to the Coordinator would be con- 
cluded within three months. 

Index 79.8, sheet 11, line 2. Contractual Service, $6,100. 
Supervisor Uhl moved deletion thereof. 
No action. 

Mr. Yost explained the item, and stated that it should be reduced 
from $6,100 to $5,900. 

Supervisor Gallagher moved that the item be so reduced. Motion 
seconded by Supervisor Uhl. 

No objection, and motion carried. 

Approval of Budget. 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Gal- 
lagher, moved that the budget for the San Francisco Citizens' Pro- 
tective Corps, in its entirety, and as amended, be approved. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 5 — District Attorney. 

After explanation by Supervisor MacPhee, and on motion by 
Supervisor Mancuso, seconded by Supervisor Gallagher, there being 
no objection, the budget of the District Attorney was approved, 
as presented. 

Supplemental Budget, District Attorney. 

Index 5, sheet 2, line 18. Attorney, Criminal (part time). Change 
positions to full time, and provide additional amount of $1,128 for 
said purpose. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Uhl, moved approval. 
No objection, and supplemental budget approved. 

Index 4 — City Attorney 

Supervisor MacPhee explained the reason for the increase of 
$86,310, pointing out that because of transfer of funds from Public 
Utilities Commission, the actual increase was only $3,000 to $4,000. 

Index 4, sheet 4, line 12. Automobile, $2,000. 

Supervisor Gallagher, seconded by Supervisor Uhl, moved deletion 
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Mr. Dion Holm, Assistant City Attorney, explained the need for 
the automobile in question. The automobile was needed for the use 
of claims investigators, the interview of witnesses, and the bringing 
of witnesses into court. The present automobile was useless. 

Supervisor Mancuso opposed the deletion. 

Thereupon, the roll was called and the motion failed by the fol- 
lowing vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Gallagher, MacPhee, Uhl — 3. 

Noes: Supervisors Colman, Gartland, Green, Mancuso, Mead, 
Meyer, Sullivan — 7. 

Absent: Supervisor Brown — 1. 

Index 4, sheet 4, line 4. Rental of Office, $6,000. 

Supervisor Gallagher, seconded by Supervisor Colman, moved 
deletion. 

No objection, and motion carried. 

Index 4, sheet 4, line 11. Furniture and Office Equipment, $2,000. 

Supervisor MacPhee moved reduction of $1,000, making the item 
read $1,000. 

No objection, and motion carried. 

Additional Employments, City Attorney's Office 

Supervisor MacPhee announced that there had been presented a 
supplemental budget request providing for an additional attorney 
in the City Attorney's office. The Board has already eliminated an 
$800 position; the supplemental budget request would add another 
position at $600. 

Dr. Dion Holm, Assistant City Attorney, stated that the City 
Attorney was asking for two additional attorneys at $600 and one 
at $475. He wanted one at $800 to relieve the top two trial men of 
the pressure they were under. However, the City Attorney had 
agreed to take two $600 men and one attorney at $475. It has been 
agreed to delete one of the three men in the budget for this coming 
year. There is now one person attending to all the utilities of the 
City and County other than the Municipal Railway. In Los Angeles 
they have one attorney at $15,000, with nine assistants. Across the 
Bay, for water department work, there is one attorney with 12 
assistants. In discussing further employments in the City Attorney's 
office, Mr. Holm stated that both the City Attorney and himself 
believed that the attorneys in the office should not be under Civil 
Service. 

Supervisor Gallagher called attention to the City Attorney's 20 
employees a year ago — he now has 30; whereupon, Mr. Holm pointed 
out, at length, the extra demands on the City Attorney's office occa- 
sioned by the acquisition of the Market Street Railway. Without 
enough attorneys to handle suits properly, the City and County can 
easily lose a half million dollars or more a year. 

After further brief discussion, Supervisor MacPhee moved that 
certain new employments be eliminated, as follows: 

Index 4, sheet 4, line 4. 7 General Clerk-Stenographers, reduce 
by 3. 

Index 4, sheet 2, line 9. 5 Senior Attorneys, Civil, reduce by 1. 
Index 4, sheet 2, line 11 — 4 Principal Attorneys, reduce by 2. 
Motion seconded by Supervisor Uhl. 

However, after brief discussion, Supervisor MacPhee changed his 
motion with respect to the third item immediately above, Principal 



996 FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 

Attorneys, to provide for the elimination of one position instead of 
two positions. 

Mr. Holm objected to the proposed eliminations, stating that the 
City Attorney's office could not function properly without the em- 
ployments recommended by his Honor, the Mayor. If financial loss 
is suffered because of lack of help, it will be the responsibility of 
the Board of Supervisors. It is impossible for the present force to 
handle the number of cases that are coming in. The requested num- 
ber of employments is the minimum number with which the City 
Attorney can function. Possibly the City Attorney will have to 
request even more help. The situation is serious. 

Supervisor Mancuso agreed with Mr. Holm that the situation was 
serious, and he believed the Board should approve the request of 
the City Attorney. 

Supervisor MacPhee, in reply, stated that the City Attorney was 
not being asked to get along with the same number of attorneys he 
had when the Market Street Railway was purchased. Five attorneys 
and two stenographers have already been provided for him. 

Thereupon, the roll was called and the motion to eliminate em- 
ployees failed by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors MacPhee, Uhl — 2. 

Noes: Supervisors Colman, Gallagher, Gartland, Green, Mancuso, 
Mead, Meyer, Sullivan — 9. 

Absent: Supervisor Brown — 1. 

Supervisor Gallagher, seconded by Supervisor Sullivan, moved 
approval of the budget for the City Attorney. 

Motion carried and budget approved by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Colman, Gallagher, Gartland, Green, Mancuso, 
Mead, Meyer, Sullivan — 8. 

Noes: Supervisors MacPhee, Uhl — 2. 

Absent: Supervisor Brown — 1. 

Supplemental Budget Request, City Attorney 

Supervisor MacPhee presented supplemental budget request, ap- 
proved by his Honor, the Mayor, to provide for one additional prin- 
cipal attorney, at $600 per month, in place of one Chief Attorney, 
Civil, at $800 per month, which had been eliminated. Supervisor 
MacPhee suggested that inasmuch as he intended to vote against the 
supplemental budget request, some one else should move approval 
thereof. 

Thereupon, Supervisor Gallagher, seconded by Supervisor Colman, 
moved approval of the supplemental budget request as presented. 

Motion carried by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Colman, Gallagher, Gartland, Green, MacPhee, 
Mead, Meyer, Sullivan — 8. 

Noes: Supervisors MacPhee, Uhl — 2. 

Absent: Supervisor Brown — 1. 

Index 6. Treasurer. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained the increased employments; they 
were required as a result of the consolidation of the Market Street 
and the Municipal Railway. The Finance Committee has felt that 
money should be transferred by the Public Utilities Commission for 
the purpose of off-setting charges or expense due to the Market 
Street Railway purchase. 

Mr. Robert Scott, representing the Public Utilities Commission, 
announced that the Commission had not received any request from 
the Treasurer for such transfer of funds. Such request will be con- 



FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 997 

sidered by the Commission, if received, and he believed the Com- 
mission would act favorably on such request. 

After further brief discussion, and on motion by Supervisor Gal- 
lagher, consideration of the Treasurer's budget was postponed until 
a later date. 

Index 7 — Sheriff. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained the increases in the Sheriff's budget. 

Thereupon, on motion by Supervisor Gallagher, seconded by 
Supervisor Uhl, the budget of the Sheriff was approved without 
objection. 

Index 8 — Public Defender. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained the increases in the Public 
Defender's budget. 

Whereupon, Supervisor Mancuso, seconded by Supervisor Gal- 
lagher, moved approval of the budget of the Public Defender. 
No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 9 — Police Department. 

Supervisor Uhl called attention to budget item of $100,000 for 
Mission Police Station. He suggested that the Board set up a policy 
to provide, wherever possible, that such improvements be set up 
as post-war projects. 

Index 9, sheet 17, line 2. Buildings, Mission Station, $100,000. 

Supervisor Uhl, seconded by Supervisor Gallagher, moved deletion 
of the foregoing item. 

Supervisor Mancuso opposed the motion. It is impossible to make 
every major improvement a post-war project. Some things must 
be taken care of as they are needed,' on a "pay-as-you-go" basis. 

Supervisor Gallagher disagreed. Most of the construction items 
in the budget can be set up as post-war projects. This $100,000 will 
not be spent during this coming year. The people should decide 
as to which are the most important improvements. 

Supervisor Mancuso announced that he agreed with the views 
expressed by Supervisor Gallagher on major programs, but not on 
a small program. 

Thereupon, the roll was called and the motion failed by the fol- 
lowing vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Gallagher, Uhl — 2. 

Noes: Supervisors Colman, Gartland, Green, MacPhee, Mancuso, 
Mead, Meyer, Sullivan — 8. 

Absent: Supervisor Brown — 1. 

Whereupon, Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Gal- 
lagher, moved approval of the budget of the Police Department. 

Motion carried, and budget approved by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Colman, Gallagher, Gartland, Green, MacPhee, 
Mancuso, Mead, Meyer, Sullivan — 9. 

No: Supervisor Uhl — 1. 

Absent: Supervisor Brown — 1. 



Index 9.79 — Police — War Emergency. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by 
-oval. 

No objection, and budget approved. 



Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Meyer, moved ap- 
>roval. 



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Index 9.79.3 — Police — Air Raid Warden Service. 

Supervisor Mancuso, seconded by Supervisor Gallagher, moved 
approval. 
No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 9.79.12 — Police — Auxiliary Police. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Gallagher, moved 
approval. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 10. Fire Department. 

Supervisor MacPhee suggested that Mr. Younger, who had previ- 
ously addressed the Board, and the Chief of the Fire Department, 
be sent for. 

No objection, and so ordered. Consideration of budget temporarily 
postponed. 

Index 11. Board of Permit Appeals. 

Supervisor Gallagher moved approval of the budget of the Board 
of Permit Appeals. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 12 — Park Commission. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained the new employments and the in- 
creases in the budget of the Park Commission. 

Index 12, sheet 9, line 10. Electrical, $3,550. 

Supervisor Uhl objected to the creation of said position at the 
present time, and moved deletion thereof. 
Motion failed for want of a second. 

Index 12, sheet 32, line 7. Engineering and Architectural Serv- 
ices, $15,000. 

Supervisor MacPhee moved deletion. 

Motion failed for want of a second. 

Index 12, sheet 33, line 32. Kezar Stadium, Painting Benches, 
$18,000. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained the necessity therefor, and moved 
approval of the foregoing item. 
No objection, and budget item approved. 

Index 12, sheet 34, line 8. Replacement Electric Cable, Fleish- 
hacker Pool, $6,100. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained the necessity therefor, and moved 
approval of the foregoing item. 

No objection, and budget item approved. 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Man- 
cuso, moved approval of the budget for the Park Commission. 

Motion carried and Park Commission budget approved by the 
following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Colman, Gallagher, Gartland, Green, MacPhee, 
Mancuso, Mead, Meyer, Sullivan — 9. 

No: Supervisor Uhl — 1. 

Absent: Supervisor Brown — 1. 



FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 999 

RECESS. 

Supervisor Colman, seconded by Supervisor Gallagher, moved that 
the Board recess to reconvene at 8:00 P. M. 

Whereupon, there being no objection, the Board, at the hour of 
6:00 P. M., recessed, to reconvene at 8:00 P. M. 

DAVID A. BARRY, Clerk. 



FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945—8:00 P. M. 



Reconvening of Board of Supervisors. 

The Board of Supervisors reconvened at 8:00 P. M. to resume con- 
sideration of the budget. 

CALLING THE ROLL. 

The roll was called and the following Supervisors were noted 
present: 

Supervisors Colman, Gallagher, Gartland, MacPhee, Mancuso, 
Meyer, Sullivan, Uhl — 8. 

Absent: Supervisors Brown, Green, Mead — 3. 

Supervisor Green was noted present at 8:25 P. M. 

Supervisor Mead excused because of illness. 

Consideration of Budget. 

Consideration of the budget was resumed. 

Index 50.1 to 50.21, inclusive — Department of Public Health. 

On motion by Supervisor MacPhee, the budget of the Department 
of Public Health, index 50.1 to 50.21, inclusive, was approved with- 
out objection. 

Index 13, 13.1, 13.2, 13.3, and 13.89 — Recreation Commission. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained the increases in the budget, and the 
increased employments, some of which had been filled during the 
current fiscal year. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Colman, moved 
approval of the budget. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Supplemental Budget Requests, Recreation Commission. 

Supervisor MacPhee presented supplemental budget request, $9,224, 
for improvement of Aptos Playground, the estimated cost of which 
has been set at $19,024, and moved approval thereof. 

Motion seconded by Supervisor Colman. 

No objection, and supplemental budget approved. 

Supervisor MacPhee presented supplemental budget request, "That 
the $3,600 requested for an additional Assistant Superintendent in 
Appropriation 513.120.00 be transferred to Appropriation 513.120.01, 
Temporary Salaries." 

Supervisor Colman, seconded by Supervisor Meyer, moved ap- 
proval. 
No objection, and supplemental budget request approved. 

Supervisor MacPhee presented supplemental budget request, "That, 
le sum of $5,000 be added to Appropriation 513.800.00, Rentals for 



1000 FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 

the purpose of negotiating a new lease for the Crystal Plunge at 
yearly rental of $20,000," and moved approval thereof. 
No objection, and supplemental budget request approved. 

Supplemental Budget Requests, Park Commission. 

Index 12, sheet 26, line 13. Operating Engineer, $3,300, should be 
increased to read $3,600, an increase of $300. Approved by the Mayor. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Colman, moved 
approval. 

No objection, and supplemental budget request approved. 

Index 12, sheet 15, line 5. Janitor, $1,730. Should be changed 
to $1,900, to provide proper compensation for employee returning 
from military leave of absence. Mayor approves additional amount 
of $170. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Sullivan, moved 
approval. 

No objection, and supplemental budget request approved. 

Index 14 — Public Library. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained the reason for increases in the 
Public Library budget. 

Supervisor Uhl announced that he was in favor of adding to the 
facilities of the Public Library Department. However, he believed 
the construction of branch libraries should be considered as post-war 
projects. He could not vote in favor of the Public Library budget 
for that purpose. He did not want finance by the taxpayers at this 
time. He could not vote, either, for $20,000 for the purchase of a 
library site. He believed that land owned by the School Department 
might be obtained for library purposes. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Mancuso, moved 
approval of the budget for the Public Library. 

Motion carried and budget approved by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Colman, Gallagher, Gartland, Green, MacPhee, 
Mancuso, Meyer, Sullivan — 8. 

No: Supervisor Uhl — 1. 

Absent: Supervisors Brown, Mead — 2. 

Index 15 — War Memorial. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained the increases in the budget for the 
War Memorial, which increases, undoubtedly, he stated, would be 
reflected in additional revenues. 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Sullivan, 
moved approval of the War Memorial budget. 
No objection, and budget approved. 
Index 16 — Art Commission. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained the increases in the budget of the 
Art Commission, after which he moved approval of the budget for 
that commission. Motion seconded by Supervisor Meyer. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Supplemental Budget Requests, Art Commission. 

Supervisor MacPhee presented supplemental budget requests from 
the Art Commission, requesting additional supplemental appropria- 
tion of $966 to cover increase in compensation for a General Clerk- 
Stenographer from part time to full time. 

Supervisor Colman moved approval. 

Motion failed for want of a second. 



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Index 17 — California Palace of the Legion of Honor. 

After explanation of the increases, Supervisor MacPhee, seconded 
by Supervisor Sullivan, moved approval of the budget for the Cali- 
fornia Palace of the Legion of Honor. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 18 — M. H. deYoung Memorial Museum. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained the increases in the budget of the 
M. H. deYoung Memorial Museum. 

Index 18, sheet 2, line 22. Supervisor MacPhee announced that 
three employments, Curator B, were requested, but two were allowed. 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Sullivan, 
moved approval of the budget of the M. H. deYoung Memorial 
Museum. 

Budget approved by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Colman, Gallagher, Gartland, Green, MacPhee, 
Mancuso, Meyer, Sullivan — 9. 

No: Supervisor Uhl — 1. 

Absent: Supervisors Brown, Mead — 2. 

Supplemental Budget Request for Exhibitions. 

Supervisor MacPhee presented supplemental budget request for 
an additional $5,000 for Exhibitions, to take care of expected costs 
for insurance, packing and shipping in connection with proposed 
exhibition in celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the deYoung 
Memorial Museum. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Colman, moved 
approval. 

Motion carried and supplemental budget request approved by the 
following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Colman, Gallagher, Gartland, Green, MacPhee, 
Mancuso, Meyer, Sullivan — 9. 

No: Supervisor Uhl — 1. 

Absent: Supervisors Brown, Mead — 2. 

Index 19 — California Academy of Sciences, Steinhart Aquarium. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained the increases in the budget of the 
California Academy of Sciences. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Sullivan, moved 
approval. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Supplemental budget request, $1,007.99, for replacement of refrig- 
eration system. 

Supervisor MacPhee presented supplemental budget request for 
$1,007.99 required for replacement of refrigeration system required 
to cool water for salmon and trout; Supervisor MacPhee reported 
that the Finance Committee had given careful consideration to the 
advisability of approving the request, in view of the fact that the 
Aquarium was privately owned. The California Academy of Sciences 
owns property on Market Street from which it receives revenue. 
The Board of Supervisors, and the Mayor, in approving the original 
budget and keeping the amount of money up to last year's, has gone 
along about as far as it could. He was not in favor of the request, 
although he knew the work was necessary. 

Supervisor Colman held the situation was similar to that of the 
Palace of the Legion of Honor, and of the Museum. 



1002. FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 

Supervisor MacPhee disagreed; in this case, money is available 
from an endowment. The City and County has not included any 
building repairs in the budget for the Aquarium, and to the best 
of his knowledge, it has never included such funds. 

Thereupon, Supervisor Colman moved approval of the sup- 
plemental budget. 

Motion failed for want of a second. 

Index 19 — California Academy of Sciences. Simson African Hall. 
Supervisor MacPhee explained budget increase of $240. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Gallagher, moved 
approval of the budget for the Simson African Hall. 
No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 20 — Municipal Court. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained the increase in the budget of the 
Municipal Court. Supervisor MacPhee reported that the state law 
might change the salaries of the judges. If so, the Controller will 
recommend that increased amount be put in the budget. 

Mr. David A. Lewis announced that the increased amount, if 
necessary, would have to come from some appropriation such as the 
Emergency Reserve Fund. 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Gal- 
lagher, moved approval of the budget for the Municipal Court. 
No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 21 — Superior Court. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained the increases in the budget of the 
Superior Court. 

After brief discussion as to increases in salaries of the Judges, 
Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Mancuso, moved ap- 
proval of the budget. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 22 — Law Library. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Colman, moved 
approval. 
No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 23 — Juvenile Court, Probation Office. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained the increases in the budget, amount- 
ing to some $171,000. Of the increase, $140,000 is for Maintenance of 
Minors. The revenues will increase, but San Francisco must show 
the entire amount in the budget. 

Mr. David Lewis reminded the Board that it had enacted an ordi- 
nance authorizing maximum payment for Maintenance of Minors, 
amounting to $45. 

Supervisor Mancuso, seconded by Supervisor Colman, moved ap- 
proval. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 24 — Juvenile Court, Detention Home. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Gallagher, moved 
approval. 

No objection, and budget approved. 



FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 1003 

Index 24.01 — Juvenile Court, Log Cabin Ranch School. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Mancuso, moved 
approval. 
No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 24.02 — Juvenile Court, Laguna Honda Children's Home. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Gallagher, moved 
approval. 
No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 25 — Adult Probation Department. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Gallagher, moved 
approval. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Supplemental Budget Request, Adult Probation Department. 

Supervisor MacPhee presented supplemental budget request for an 
additional $30 to correct salary as provided under salary standard- 
ization, and moved approval thereof. Motion seconded by Super- 
visor Gallagher. 

No objection, and supplemental budget request approved. 

Index 26 — Chief Administrative Officer. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained increases in the budget of the Chief 
Administrative Officer. 

The Chief Administrative Officer explained that in his depart- 
ment there was not really an increase of three employments. Two 
employments of the three additional employments set up are trans- 
ferred, one from the War Services, and one from the Department of 
Finance and Records. 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Gal- 
lagher, moved approval. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 26.79 — Chief Administrative Officer. War Service Activities. 
The Chief Administrative Officer explained the foregoing budget. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Gallagher, moved 
approval. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 26.79.52 — San Francisco War Housing Center 
Supervisor MacPhee explained the foregoing budget. 
Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Gallagher, moved 
approval. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 26.79.60 — Chief Administrative Officer. Victory Garden Ad- 
-,ory Service. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Gallagher, moved 
pproval. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 26.79.61 — Chief Administrative Officer. Salvage for Victory. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Meyer, moved ap- 

oval. 

No objection, and budget approved. 






1004 FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 

Index 26.79.62 — Chief Administrative Officer. Hospitality House. 

The Chief Administrative Officer explained the function of the 
Hospitality House. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Gallagher, moved 
approval. 
No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 26.79.65 — Chief Administrative Officer. Dormitories. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Gallagher, moved 
approval. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 26.79.68 — Chief Administrative Officer. San Francisco Coun- 
cil for Veterans' Services. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained the foregoing budget. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Gallagher, moved 
approval. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 27 — Director of Finance and Records. 

The Chief Administrative Officer pointed out that in Index 26, 
there was a position of bookkeeper transferred from Index 26.79. 
There is an assistant which will replace the Director of Finance and 
Records if and when the position requested under Index 26 is allowed 
by the Board of Supervisors. One position can be eliminated when 
position is set up under a new classification. However, the Civil 
Service Commission must first hold an examination. 

Index 27, sheet 1, line 2. Director of Finance and Records, $6,375. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Mancuso, moved that 
the amount of $6,375 be deleted from the budget, but that the position 
be allowed to remain. 

No objection, and motion carried. 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Sullivan, 
moved approval of the budget of the Director of Finance and Records, 
as amended. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 28 — Tax Collector. 

Supervisor MacPhee, after explanation by himself and by the Chief 
Administrative Officer, moved approval of the budget for the Tax 
Collector. Motion seconded by Supervisor Mancuso. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 29 — Registrar of Voters. 

Supervisor MacPhee, after explanation, moved approval of the 
budget for the Registrar of Voters. Motion seconded by Supervisor 
Sullivan. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 30 — Recorder. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained the budget of the Recorder. 

Supervisor Colman, in commenting on the budget of the Recorder, 
expressed regret that the Recorder's office could not take advantage 
of the newest equipment that is on the market. Such equipment 
would greatly increase the efficiency of the office and result in 
economy of operation. 



FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 1005 

Supervisor Gallagher suggested that the saving would be prob- 
lematical. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Sullivan, moved 
approval of the Recorder's budget. 
No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 31 — County Clerk. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Colman, moved 
approval of the budget of the County Clerk. 
No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 32 — Public Administrator. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Sullivan, moved 
approval. 
No objection, and budget approved. 

Supplemental Budget Recommendation, Chief Administrative Officer. 

Supervisor MacPhee presented supplemental budget recommenda- 
tion, to change Index 26, sheet 2, line 9, Administrative Technician, 
$400-500, to read Administrative Technician, $225-275, in accordance 
with action by the Civil Service Commission, and moved approval 
thereof. Motion seconded by Supervisor Uhl. 

No objection, and motion approved. 

Supplemental Budget Recommendation, Recorder's Office. 
Supervisor MacPhee presented: 

Index 30, sheet 2, line 9. Change from 2 to 1, Senior Clerk, a 
reduction of $3,000 in appropriation. 

Index 30, sheet 2, line 10. Increase from 1 to 2 Head Clerk, an 
increase of $3,000 in appropriation. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Uhl, moved approval. 
No objection, and supplemental budget recommendation approved. 

Supplemental Budget Recommendation, County Clerk. 

Supervisor MacPhee presented: 

Index 31, sheet 2, line 4. Courtroom Clerk, 22 at $250-275, $72,070. 
Change amount to $71,950. (Provides for elimination of Courtroom 
Clerk, 9 months at $260 and 3 months at $270, and adding Court- 
room Clerk, 9 months at $250 and 3 months at $260, a decrease of 
$120.) 

Index 31, sheet 2, line 5. Courtroom Clerk, 1 at $250-275. Change 
to 2 Courtrooms Clerks at $250-275. (Addition is for employee on 
military leave, for whom no funds are provided. 

Index 31, sheet 2, line 6. Law Clerk, 8 at $200-250, $26,475. 
Change amount to $25,875. Also insert additional line, Law Clerk, 
1 at $200-250, no amount. (Provides for elimination of Law Clerk 
at $250 per month, and addition of Law Clerk, 9 months at $200 and 
1 month at $215. Also addition of 4 employments on military leave, 
for whom no funds are provided.) 

Index 31, sheet 2, line 10. General Clerk, 7 at $160-270 per month, 
$15,600. Reduce amount to $15,140. (Provides for elimination of 
General Clerk at $200 per month, and substitution of another employ- 
ment, 10 months at $160 and 2 months at $170, a reduction of $460.) 



1006 FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Mancuso, moved 
approval. 

No objection, and supplemental budget recommendation approved. 

Index 33 — Purchaser. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained the budget of the Purchaser. 
Supervisor Mancuso, seconded by Supervisor Uhl, moved approval. 
No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 34 — Real Estate Department. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Mancuso, moved 
approval. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 35 — Civic Auditorium. 

The Chief Administrative Officer explained that the increases 
required for the Civic Auditorium, were because of additional busi- 
ness being handled. 

Supervisor Mancuso, seconded by Supervisor Green, moved ap- 
proval. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Supplemental Budget Recommendation, Civic Auditorium. 

Supervisor MacPhee presented supplemental budget recommenda- 
tion to provide for additional position tentatively classified by the 
Civil Service Commission as General Clerk-Stenographer, 1 month 
at $190 and 11 months at $200. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Uhl, moved approval. 
No objection, and supplemental budget approved. 

Supplemental Budget Recommendation, Civic Auditorium. 

Supervisor MacPhee presented supplemental budget recommenda- 
tion to add to the budget of the Civic Auditorium, 1 Elevator Oper- 
ator, at $154 per month, and moved approval thereof. Motion sec- 
onded by Supervisor Uhl. 

No objection, and supplemental budget recommendation approved. 

Index 64 — Public Utilities Commission, San Francisco Airport. 

Supervisor MacPhee advised the Board that funds from taxes 
would be required to continue the operation of the airport. 

Captain Doolin reported that the airport was not, at the present 
time, self-supporting, and would not be until it has a proper plant. 

Supervisor MacPhee suggested that some of the seven new employ- 
ments might be eliminated, thus reducing the cost of operation. 

Captain Doolin objected to the suggestion. There are 18 employees 
now at the airport — the same number as when he took charge. 
Altogether there are more than 6,000 people at the airport. The air- 
port is now worth $17,000,000. Two janitors, employed during the 
past year, are included in the seven additional employments re- 
quested. 

Supervisor Colman, seconded by Supervisor Green, moved approval 
of the budget for the San Francisco airport. 

Supervisor Colman explained his views, stating that in dealing 
with the airport and its bonds, the bonds should be dealt with in the 
same manner as are other bonds. They should not be figured as a 



FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 1007 

cost of operation. Bond expense is written off, and is not included 
in any deficit. In his opinion, street car transportation was the most 
important problem with which the City and County was confronted. 
The airport is the second most important. The importance of the 
airport to the future development of San Francisco cannot be esti- 
mated. Aviation is an assured thing, and San Francisco must have 
a fine airport. 

Captain Doolin reported that the actual operating deficit at the 
present time is $15,000. 

Supervisor MacPhee disagreed, stating that the deficit would be 
over $100,000. 

Supervisor Colman still stressed the importance of the airport, 
even if the deficit was $100,000. There is also the probability that 
the deficit will be reduced materially as time goes on and full 
development of the airport comes. Expenditures already voted will 
not return what this investment will. The Board has already granted 
practically all the increases in the various departments. These in- 
creases mean a great deal more than the actual expenditures. Spend- 
ing this money brings in civilian population and big payrolls, and 
makes San Francisco headquarters of large companies. 

Supervisor Mancuso agreed with the employments set up in the 
budget, but was opposed to the expenditure of $12,500 for an adminis- 
tration building. 

Supervisor Uhl announced that he did not want his vote for the 
airport budget to be construed as an indication that he would vote 
for a $20,000,000 bond issue for the airport. 

Supervisor MacPhee announced his intention to vote against the 
airport budget. The budget, he held, should not be adopted in its 
present form. The airport might need new employments, but the 
Board should give more consideration to the number of employments 
provided. The airport now is costing $12,500 exclusive of bond 
interest and redemption. He would vote "No" on the budget. 

Mr. Scott, from the Public Utilities Commission, stated that bond 
interest and redemption were chargeable to reconstruction and 
replacement, not operating expense. The Utilities Commission was 
estimating operating loss at about $19,000. 

Supervisor MacPhee disagreed; reconstruction and replacements 
must be part of the expense. 

Supervisor Colman, in further argument in support of his views, 
called attention to the fact that the Board had already agreed on 
new employments in other departments. Department heads and the 
Mayor are convinced that the employments were necessary, and the 
Board has allowed them. Now this Department wants additional 
employments. There is more ground to give additional employments 
to the airport than to some of the other departments. Supervisor 
Colman announced that he would vote for these employments much 
more gladly than he had voted for some other departments, because 
he believed the need much greater. 

Supervisor Green expressed agreement with Supervisor Colman. 

He was in favor of giving Captain Doolin what he has requested. 

Thereupon, the roll was called, and the budget of the airport was 
approved by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Colman, Gallagher, Gartland, Green, Mancuso, 

eyer, Sullivan, Uhl — 8. 

No: Supervisor MacPhee — 1. 

Absent: Supervisors Brown, Mead — 2. 



1008 FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 

Index 63 — Public Utilities Commission — Light, Heat and Power. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained the increases recommended by the 
Mayor. Mr. Olson, representing the Public Utilities Commission, 
urged approval of the budget, stating that good street lighting pays 
for itself. There have been much fewer accidents since the "dim out" 
period. 

Supervisor Mancuso reported that it would cost $20 less per year 
per light if the City and County owned its own light standards. 

Mr. Olson reported that light standards average $340 each; it 
would take 17 years to get back the money invested. 

Supervisor Mancuso, seconded by Supervisor Uhl, moved deletion 
of $200,700. 

Supervisor Colman opposed the motion; it would be a great mis- 
take to delete such amount. 

Mr. Olson objected to the motion. He called attention to various 
amounts making up the total amount of $200,700; $3,000 was for 
alterations to secure lower rates; $6,000 was for miscellaneous light- 
ing construction and emergency replacements; $12,500 was for lights 
on Harrison Street, between Fifth and Tenth Streets and a similar 
amount for Bryant Street, between the same streets. The two latter 
amounts are to bring the lighting on the bridge approaches somewhat 
equal to the lighting on the bridge. He urged approval of the 
budget as recommended by the Mayor. 

Recess Proposed. 

Supervisor Sullivan, seconded by Supervisor Uhl, moved that the 
Board recess, to reconvene on Monday morning, at 8: 30. 

Supervisor MacPhee objected to recessing. The Board should con- 
tinue in its work. 

Thereupon, the motion was called, and the motion to recess failed 
by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Gallagher, Sullivan, Uhl — 3. 

Noes: Supervisors Colman, Gartland, Green, MacPhee, Mancuso, 
Meyer — 6. 

Absent: Supervisors Brown, Mead — 2. 

Consideration of Budget Resumed. 

Mr. Olson announced further that part of the work to be done 
consisted in addition to lights already owned by the City and County. 
A great deal of it is for modernizing and adding to existing equip- 
ment. 

Thereupon, Supervisor Mancuso announced that with the consent 
of his second he would change his motion, and move for the deletion 
of $191,700, or a reduction of $9,000, thus leaving in the budget 
$3,000 for alterations to secure lower rates, and $6,000 for miscel- 
laneous lighting construction and emergency replacements. Super- 
visor Uhl, who had seconded the earlier motion, consented to the 
change. 

Supervisor Colman opposed the motion, stating that he believed 
the people of San Francisco would approve action taken in support 
of better street lighting. The public wants better lighting. He would 
vote against the motion. 

Thereupon, the roll was called, and the motion was carried by the 
following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Gallagher, Green, Mancuso, MacPhee, Sullivan, 
Uhl— 6. 

Noes: Supervisors Colman, Gartland, Meyer — 3. 

Absent: Supervisors Brown, Mead — 2. 



FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 1009 

Index 63, sheet 1, line 15. Current Reconstruction and Replace- 
ments, $41,000. 

Supervisor Uhl moved reduction to $20,000. 
Motion failed for want of a second. 

Index 63, sheet 1, line 7. Lighting of Public Streets, $851,000. 

Supervisor MacPhee suggested that the above item be reduced. 

Mr. Olson informed the Board that that item was merely for the 
lights already in service; $11,000 more will be required for lights to 
be installed before the end of the fiscal year. The Board has already 
deleted from the budget the cheaper lights; it will have to add $50,000 
to this item in question. 

Index 63, sheet 6, line 11. O'Shaughnessy Boulevard, $17,000. 

Supervisor Mancuso, seconded by Supervisor MacPhee, moved that 
the appropriation for lighting O'Shaughnessy Boulevard be restored. 
No action. 

Mr. Olson pointed out that there were four items in the same class, 
namely: O'Shaughnessy Boulevard, $17,000; Army Street, Harrison 
to Guerrero Streets, $20,000; Guerrero Street and San Jose Avenue, 
Army to Brooks, $22,500; Guerrero Street, Market to Army Street, 
$48,500. 

Supervisor Colman moved that $91,000 be restored to the budget 
for specific light installations just mentioned. 
No action. 

Supervisor Mancuso objected, stating that the districts named 
would not be ready to install the lights for a year or a year and a 
half, or longer. 

Supervisor Colman stated he was taking the word of a department 
head. 

Mr. Vensano then stated that his Department was going to ask for 
some $300,000; if the Board is going to deny that request, it might 
as well deny this request for lighting. If that amount is included in 
the budget, the Board would almost have to include this amount 
under consideration. The Department of Public Works has its plans 
nearly finished. The work could be done during the next year, if 
money is provided. 

Supervisor MacPhee questioned the possibility of having the work 
done as Mr. Vensano had stated. There was the question of purchase 
of property, moving buildings, etc. 

Thereupon, Supervisor Colman moved that the Board reinstate 
$91,000 as asked for by Mr. Olson. 

The Chief Administrative Officer stated that the need for the street 
light installation would depend on approval of $300,000 for the 
Department of Public Works. 

Thereupon, Supervisor Colman suggested that action of the ques- 
tion be deferred until a decision is made regarding the appropriation 
for the Department of Public Works, and he so moved. 

Supervisor MacPhee, in discussing the appropriation for the im- 
provement of Army and Guerrero Streets, requested that a test vote 
be taken to determine the Board's desires on that matter. He an- 
nounced that he was in favor of doing that work. However, he could 
not vote for the appropriation, because the work could not be done 
during the coming year. The required $300,000 should come from 
gasoline tax. 



1010 FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 

Supervisor Vensano stated that the State was going ahead with 
the improvement. The Board must take care of the traffic from that 
freeway, and about $300,000 is needed for the project. He could not 
guarantee to finish the project during the coming year, however. 

Supervisor Colman announced that he was in favor of approving 
the request for $300,000. The improvement is absolutely necessary, 
and it would be economical to do the work this year. The taxpayers 
are better able to take care of the burden now than they may be 
in another year. The proposition comes from the Mayor and it is in 
the budget of the Chief Administrative Officer. 

The Chief Administrative Officer reported that the project was 
about 75 per cent completed. By expenditure of another $300,000 
the project will be completed. If the war should be over soon, prac- 
tically all the materials necessary will be released. However, it is a 
"must" job. We can do without it for another year, or ten years, 
but we have postponed too many projects in San Francisco in the 
past. Los Angeles is spending millions of dollars widening and mak- 
ing their streets more usable. San Francisco must spend money for 
improvements. The money cannot come from the gas tax; the State 
has committed itself to a freeway and will spend all the first one*- 
quarter cent gas tax on the freeway. That will distribute traffic in 
the district south of Market Street. 

Thereupon, the roll was called and the motion to restore to the 
budget $91,000 failed by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Colman, Gartland, Meyer, Sullivan — 4. 

Noes: Supervisors Gallagher, Green, MacPhee, Mancuso, Uhl — 5. 

Absent: Supervisors Brown, Mead — 2. 

Supervisor Colman, seconded by Supervisor Sullivan, moved that 
the Board recess, to reconvene on Monday, May 21, 1945. at 9: 00 A. M. 

The roll was called, as follows: 

Ayes: Supervisors Colman, Gallagher, Mancuso, Sullivan, Uhl — 5. 

Noes: Supervisors Gartland, Green, MacPhee, Meyer — 4. 

Absent: Supervisors Brown, Mead — 2. 

However, Supervisor Gallagher changed his vote from "Aye" to 
"No." 

The vote then stood: 

Ayes: Supervisors Colman, Mancuso, Sullivan, Uhl — 4. 

Noes: Supervisors Gallagher, Gartland, Green, MacPhee, Meyer — 5. 

Absent: Supervisors Brown, Mead — 2. 

The Chair announced that the motion had failed. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Mancuso, moved that 
the budget of the Public Utilities Commission — Heat, Light and 
Power, be approved as amended. 

Supervisor Colman objected. Supervisors Mead and Brown would 
probably be present on Monday. This budget should have the vote 
of the full Board. 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee announced that he would with- 
draw his motion, stating that Supervisor Colman was right. How- 
ever, he stated that he felt it was unfair for Supervisor Brown not 
to be present. 

No objection, and motion withdrawn. 

RECESS. 

Thereupon, on motion by Supervisor MacPhee, the Board, at th( 
hour of 11:30 P. M., recessed, to reconvene on Monday, May 21, 194f 
at 9:00 A. M. 

DAVID A. BARRY, Clerk. 



MONDAY, MAY 21, 1945 1011 

MONDAY, MAY 21, 1945—9:00 A. M. 



The Board of Supervisors reconvened at 9:40 A. M. to resume con- 
sideration of the budget. 

CALLING THE ROLL. 

The roll was called and the following Supervisors were noted 
present: 

Supervisors Brown, Gartland, Green, MacPhee, Mancuso, Mead, 
Meyer, Sullivan, Uhl — 9. 

Absent: Supervisors Colman, Gallagher — 2. 

Presiding, Supervisor Green, pending the arrival of the President. 

Supervisor Gallagher was noted present at 9:45 A. M. 

Supervisor Colman was noted present at 10: 15 A. M. 

Consideration of Budget. 
Consideration of the budget was resumed. 
Index 2 — Mayor. 
Index 2, sheet 1, line 27. Emergency Reserve Fund, $150,000. 

On motion by Supervisor MacPhee, the foregoing budget item was 
approved by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Brown, Gartland, Green, MacPhee, Mancuso, 
Mead, Meyer, Sullivan, Uhl — 9. 

Absent: Supervisors Colman, Gallagher — 2. 

Index 21 — Superior Court. 

Supervisor MacPhee, after explaining the increases in the budget 
of the Superior Court, moved approval thereof. 
No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 29.79.5 — Registrar of Volunteers. 
Supervisor MacPhee moved approval. 
No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 56 — Public Welfare Department. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained reason for reduction of employ- 
ments by two. 

Index 56, sheet 1, line 11. Aid to Needy Children, $295,000. 

Supervisor MacPhee moved the foregoing item be reduced by 
$30,000. 

Consideration postponed temporarily. 

Index 57 — Coroner. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained changes in Coroner's budget. The 
Coroner desires one new employment. 

The Chief Administrative Officer explained the necessity for the 
new employment. It was needed to take the place of a police officer 
heretofore assigned to the Coroner's office. 

Supervisor Brown, in discussing the subject matter, declared that 
the Police Department might be short of police officers, but it was 
not short of money. Many jobs in the Department are unfilled, for 
which funds are appropriated. This transaction will increase the 
number of jobs for which the money will be provided. He could see 
no reason for approving the creation of the position. 



1012 MONDAY, MAY, 21, 1945 

Supervisor MacPhee suggested that the position might be filled 
by a partially disabled police officer. 

The Chief Administrative Officer reported that the position had 
been filled during the current year. 

Supervisor Mancuso moved approval. 

Supervisor Brown requested that the several items be considered 
seriatim. 

No objection, and so ordered. 

Index 57, sheet 2, line 6. Bailiff (part time), $1,800. 

Supervisor Brown, seconded by Supervisor MacPhee, moved dele- 
tion. 

Supervisor Mancuso explained discussion had in committee. It 
would be cheaper, he held, to create the position of Bailiff than to 
have the position filled by a police officer. The position is necessary. 
The Board should reduce the number of police officers by one, rather 
than to delete the position in question. 

Supervisor Brown agreed that Supervisor Mancuso was probably 
correct, and the Police budget should be amended rather than the 
budget of the Coroner. 

The Chief Administrative Officer reported that the position was 
absolutely necessary, otherwise there would have to be assigned a 
police officer to do work normally assigned to a bailiff. 

Thereupon, Supervisor Brown announced that with the consent 
of his second, he would withdraw his motion. 
Motion withdrawn. 

Whereupon, Supervisor MacPhee moved approval of the Coroner's 
budget. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 56 — Public Welfare Department. 

Consideration of the budget of the Public Welfare Department was 
again taken up. 

Index 56, sheet 1, line 11. Aid to Needy Children, $295,000. 

Supervisor MacPhee, after brief discussion, moved that the fore- 
going item be reduced by $20,000, to read $275,000. Motion seconded 
by Supervisor Mancuso. 

Motion carried by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Brown, Gartland, Green, MacPhee, Mancuso, 
Sullivan, Uhl— 7. 

Noes: Supervisors Gallagher, Mead, Meyer — 3. 
Absent: Supervisor Colman — 1. 

On motion by Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Man- 
cuso, the budget of the Public Welfare Department was approved as 
amended. 

Index 58 — Agricultural Commission. 

Supervisor MacPhee, after explaining that there were no increases 
in the budget of the Agricultural Commission except the normal 
salary increases, moved approval of the budget. Motion seconded by 
Supervisor Mancuso. 

No objection, and budget approved. 



MONDAY, MAY 21, 1945 1013 

Index 58.50 — Agricultural Commission, Farmers' Market. 

Supervisor MacPhee stated that this was a new budget, and he 
understood the Farmers' Market was self-supporting. 

The Chief Administrative Officer stated that the Farmers' Market 
was supported from revenues collected for the use of the market. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Meyer, moved ap- 
proval of the budget. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 59 — Department of Weights and Measures. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained that the only increases in the fore- 
going budget were for normal salary increases. 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Meyer, 
moved approval. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 60 — Controller. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained increases in the Controller's budget. 
There are three new employments in the office of the Controller. 
Included in the budget is a transfer of funds from the Public Utilities 
Commission. 

Mr. David Lewis explained transfers from the Public Utilities 
Commission to the Controller, in payment for services to be per- 
formed in connection with the Municipal Railway. 

Supervisor MacPhee stated that the amount budgeted by the 
Municipal Railway to offset any charges by the Controller was only 
$5,000. However, Mr. Cahill was expected to be present later in 
the day, at which time the Board should take up the Controller's 
budget again, and he suggested further consideration should be post- 
poned temporarily. 

No objection, and consideration continued temporarily. 

Index 61 — City Planning Commission. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained increases in the budget of the City 
Planning Commission. 

Index 61, sheet 1, line 6. Contractual Services, $21,380. 

Supervisor Brown, seconded by Supervisor Uhl, moved reduction 
of $8,500. 

Supervisor Colman, seconded by Supervisor Mancuso, moved as a 
substitute motion, that the Board send for Mr. Tilton, and that in 
the meantime consideration be postponed. 

No objection, and further consideration postponed temporarily. 

Index 71 — Civil Service Commission. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained the budget of the Civil Service 
Commission. He read excerpts from letter from the Manager of 
Utilities, addressed to himself, as follows: 

"The Public Utilities Commission included in its budget requests 
sufficient amounts to cover such expenses as you mention for all 
departments which have made official representations to it for such 
funds. 

"These were $11,360 for the Controller's Office, $67,520 for the City 
Attorney's Office and $28,650 for the Purchaser's Office. 

"If and when any other city departments feel that they should be 



1014 MONDAY, MAY, 21, 1945 

compensated from Municipal Railway funds for services performed 
by reason of acquisition of Market Street Railway Company the 
Commission will be glad to give them consideration. You were 
aware, of course, at the time you wrote your views on this matter 
that it was too late to make budgetary provisions for these items. 
It is not too late for any affected departments to initiate proceedings 
looking toward supplemental appropriations, and it occurs to me 
that your position in the entire matter should be made clear to 
them, rather than to me. 

"To what limits you would have the Public Utilities Commission 
go in carrying out this fiscal philosophy, I do not know. In addition 
to the three offices I have mentioned, it is clear that the Civil Service 
Commission and the Retirement System are put to extra expense by 
reason of railway consolidation." 

Supervisor Brown called attention to the fact that Municipal Rail- 
way expenses are paid out of revenues of the railway; the Con- 
troller's expenses are paid out of the tax rate. Any transfer that 
can be made will have the effect of reducing the tax rate. It is impor- 
tant that this Board make sure that all transfers of such nature are 
actually consummated. He did not believe the Controller's budget 
should be approved until assurance is given from the Mayor, specify- 
ing items involved, that he will see to it that such transfers are made. 

Supervisor MacPhee presented a letter from the Mayor, together 
with copy of letter from the Civil Service Commission, addressed 
to the Mayor, and letter from the Controller, which will take care of 
the situation so there will be no misunderstanding, and he moved 
that the three letters be made part of the record. Motion seconded 
by Supervisor Mancuso. 

No objection, and so ordered. 



Office of the Mayor 
san francisco 

roger d. lapham 
May 16, 1945. 
The Honorable Chester R. MacPhee, Supervisor, 
Board of Supervisors, 
City Hall, San Francisco, California. 

Dear Supervisor MacPhee: 

In the printed copy of the Mayor's budget recommendations, I 
note the following: 

Municipal Railway Consolidated Budget, sheet 1, line 2, Services 
of Other Departments, Controller — shows $5,000 recommended by 
the Mayor for this item as against $11,360 requested by the Public 
Utilities Commission. I did not reduce this item. My recommenda- 
tions, as transmitted to the Controller, showed no reduction in the 
$11,360 recommended by the Public Utilities Commission. 

On May 8, 1945, I met with your Committee and considered sup- 
plemental budget requests. At that meeting there was a general 
discussion of the increases in the expenses of various city depart- 
ments occasioned directly by the acquisition of the Market Street 
Railway lines. I stated my policy in this respect to be, that those 
increases in various city departments which could be definitely iden- 
tified as resulting from the acquisition of the Market Street Railway 
Company should be provided by transfer from the Municipal Rail- 
way budget to departments affected. 



MONDAY, MAY 21, 1945 1015 

In the budget of the Municipal Railway as submitted to me, pro- 
vision was made for the services of other departments as follows: 

Controller $11,360 

City Attorney 67,520 

Purchaser 28,650 

These I approved as recommended. 

At the May 8 meeting I had letters from the Civil Service Com- 
mission and from the Retirement System, each indicating an increase 
in their budgets resulting from Market Street Railway acquisition 
and I stated that these two departments' expenses in this connection 
likewise should be borne by the Municipal Railway. However, it 
was not possible for the Public Utilities Commission to take official 
action on these additional items, and recommend their inclusion as 
a supplemental budget, by May 10, the date set by the Supervisors 
as the deadline for receipt of supplemental requests. The Public 
Utilities Commission does not meet except on Monday and the next 
meeting day after our supplemental budget hearing was May 14. 
Therefore, these additional items could not be presented as a sup- 
plemental budget request. However, it was and is my intent that 
these additional charges be taken care of by an appropriation ordi- 
nance to become effective July 1, 1945. It also is my intent to 
request the Controller to adjust the $6,360 item discussed herein- 
above. 

Sincerely, 

ROGER D. LAPHAM, 

Mayor. 

April 20, 1945. 
The Honorable Roger D. Lapham, 
Mayor of the City and County of San Francisco, 
City Hall, San Francisco 2. 

Attention Mr. D. Lewis. 

My dear Mr. Mayor: 

You have requested a statement from us regarding the employ- 
ments added to this office to administer Market Street Railway 
personnel transactions. 

In May, 1944, the Commission requested that eight new positions 
be established to take care of the additional work occasioned by the 
acquisition of the Market Street Railway properties and these addi- 
tional employments were allowed. However, I believe that the 
equivalent of the full time of six employees are engaged in perform- 
ing the work incident to the acquisition of the Market Street Railway 
properties as follows: 
Payroll Division Per Month 

2 General Clerk-Typist, class B512, $160 each $320 

Examining Division 

1 Civil Service Examiner, class G58 275 

1 Senior Personnel Assistant, class G52 225 

Personnel Division 

1 Personnel Assistant, class G51 175 

Certification Division 

1 Senior Clerk-Typist, class B516 200 

The salaries of these six positions total $14,340 per year. 

Very truly yours, 

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION, 
WILLIAM L. HENDERSON, 
Personnel Director and Secretary. 



1016 MONDAY, MAY, 21, 1945 

City and County of San Francisco 
office of the controller 

May 16, 1945. 
Honorable Chester R. MacPhee, 
Chairman, Finance Committee, 
Board of Supervisors. 

My dear Sir: 

You have made verbal inquiry today as to staff increases in this 
office as a result of the acquisition of the Market Street Railway 
property. 

Three Market Street Railway employees were assigned to duty in 
this office as a result of the consolidation. You will understand, 
please, that these three positions do not represent an increase in staff 
of this office necessarily but represent three employees who were 
performing duties with the Market Street Railway of a type and 
nature that was decided to be not in conflict with the duties and 
responsibilities of the Controller's office. This assignment of per- 
sonnel was made by the Civil Service Commission in conformance 
with charter provisions. 

One of these employees was classified, by the Civil Service Com- 
mission, as "B4 Bookkeeper," annual salary $2,100. He was assigned 
to the Utilities Audit Division of this office. It is to be noted that he 
is doing general audit work in that division and his duties are not 
exclusively restricted to work occasioned by the consolidation of the 
railway systems. 

Another employee of the Market Street Railway was classified, 
by the Civil Service Commission, as "B222, General Clerk," annual 
salary $1,920. He was assigned to the Payroll Division of this office. 
It is to be noted that his duties in that division are not restricted 
exclusively to payroll work occasioned by the consolidation of the 
two railway systems. 

The third employment was classified, by the Civil Service Commis- 
sion, as "B512 Clerk-Typist," annual salary $1,920. Assignment was 
made to the General Office Division here. It is to be noted that this 
employment is not assigned to work occasioned by the consolidation 
of the two railway systems. 

Summing the matter up: the payroll increase totals $5,940 per 
annum but — I repeat — it would be practically impossible to deter- 
mine how much of that $5,940 should be regarded as incurred because 
of the consolidation of the two railway systems. 

Very truly vours, 

HAROLD J. BOYD, 

Controller. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Mancuso, movec 
approval of the budget of the Civil Service Commission. 
No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 72 — San Francisco City and County Employees' Retirement 
System. 

Mr. David Lewis explained the reason for the increase in the 
Retirement System budget. The increased cost is largely due tc 
changes in provisions for police benefits. There were eight additional 
employees, two of whom were made necessary by the acquisition of 
the Market Street Railway. Personal services are $12,000 more than 
last year. There is an increase of $10,000 in compensation insurance. 

At the suggestion of the President, further consideration was post- 
poned until Mr. Nelson could be present. 



MONDAY, MAY 21, 1945 1017 

Index 73 — Public Pound. 

On motion by Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Man- 
cuso, the budget for the Public Pound was approved without objec- 
tion. 

Index 61 — City Planning Commission. 

Consideration of the budget of the City Planning Commission was 
resumed on arrival of Mr. Tilton. 

Mr. Tilton, in reply to questioning by Supervisor Brown, explained 
the increase in Contractual Services. An item was put in the budget 
for the purpose of employing outside engineering services and spe- 
cial services of the type that probably could not be employed under 
Civil Service rules, in order to wind up the Master Plan program. 
A similar item has been in the budget for the past two years, but 
the City Planning Commission has used very little of the money. 

Supervisor Brown then stated that last year the item was $12,400; 
this year it has been increased to $32,000. The record shows that last 
year the money was all spent, as well as an appropriation of $5,400 
for a Senior City Planner. 

Mr. Tilton answered that the Senior City Planner was a regular 
Civil Service employee, and he is still employed. The expenditure 
of the extra money depends on several things: the need, the avail- 
ability of employees desired, etc. 

Thereupon, Supervisor Brown continued, pointing out that $8,500 
is being added to Contractual Services in order to employ certain 
skills that the Commission needs, and yet there is no reduction in 
the permanent salaries of the department. The Board is appropri- 
ating the money even though it is known that the money is not going 
to be spent, because the positions are vacant. The Commission should 
be glad to get along with less money than it is asking for. Super- 
visor Brown then asked if it were possible to use the unexpended 
balance of Personal Services for Contractual Services. 

Mr. Lewis, at the request of Supervisor MacPhee, explained that 
all funds unexpended because of unfilled positions are transferred 
each month by the Controller, to Compensation Reserve Fund for 
salary purposes. 

Thereupon, Supervisor Brown moved that Contractual Services be 
reduced by $8,500. That would leave the same amount as the Com- 
mission had during the current year. The Commission should be able 
to get along with that amount. 

Supervisor Colman stated that if Mr. Tilton felt that the money 
would not be used, if there was a fairly good chance that the money 
would not be used, he would be inclined to favor the motion. The 
Board should try to budget as closely as it can. 

Mr. Tilton stated that he thought the Commission could get along 
all right. It would have to get along with whatever amount the 
Board would allow. The Commission was trying to do a job for the 
City and County of San Francisco. It would use whatever money 
the Board makes available as efficiently as possible. 

Supervisor MacPhee suggested that if help should become avail- 
able and the Commission should need more money, it could come 
before the Board. Present experience indicates that $12,480 is suffi- 
cient. 

Thereupon, the roll was called and the motion to delete $8,500 
from Contractual Services was carried by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Brown, Colman, Gallagher, Gartland, Green, 
MacPhee, Mancuso, Mead, Meyer, Sullivan, Uhl — 11. 



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Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Meyer, 
moved that the budget of the City Planning Commission, as amended, 
be approved. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 75 — Coordinating Council. 

After explanation that increases in the budget of the Coordinating 
Council were due to salary increments, Supervisor MacPhee moved 
approval of the budget. Motion seconded by Supervisor Green. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 13 — Recreation Commission. 

Mrs. Kenneth Evans, representing the Ingleside-Taraval District 
Coordinating Council, on being granted the privilege of the floor, 
requested that the budget of the Recreation Commission, which had 
previously been approved, be again opened up for consideration. 
Mrs. Evans requested that an appropriation be approved for pur- 
chase of Pine Lake Canyon property. The property would be an 
immediate continuation of the Sigmund Stern Grove. The property 
has been purchased by the Standard Building Company, which 
intends to fill in part of the canyon and to proceed with home build- 
ing there as soon as possible. It would be an economy move to 
purchase the property at this time instead of later. Mrs. Evans pre- 
sented a letter from Miss Josephine Randall, dated May 10, 1945, 
indicating that the Commission needs more recreational area in the 
district. 

Miss Randall announced that the Recreation Commission had re- 
quested an estimate of cost for the purchase of the property in 
question. The Real Estate Department has reported that it should 
not exceed $37,500. That does not include the upper level. The 
upper level would cost from $100,000 to $125,000. The property 
desired by the Recreation Commission would cost about $37,500. 

Miss Randall, in reply to questioning by Supervisor Mancuso as to 
why the Commission had not requested a supplemental budget appro- 
priation to acquire the property, stated that some of the amount 
requested for neighborhood playgrounds had been deleted. 

Mrs. Evans stated that her committee desired that not only the 
base, but the property around rim, be purchased. The property 
desired could be purchased for $125,000, in five annual payments of 
$25,000. 

Supervisor MacPhee, following questions as to how the matter 
could be put to the Board for consideration, suggested that some 
Supervisor might move that the amount be included in the budget 
as a Capital Expenditure. 

Mrs. Stuckey, from the Commodore Sloat Parent-Teacher Associa- 
tion, urged that the property be acquired. It was needed for the 
children and for the Boy Scouts. There is an element of time; the 
property should be purchased now. 

Mr. John Tisworth, executive secretary, Y. M. C. A., Golden West 
Branch, declared that facilities such as Pine Lake Park were needed. 
Such places within the City and County of San Francisco are very 
few. This particular site would afford many advantages to the Boy 
and the Girl Scouts, and to the Y. M. C. A. 

Mr. Phillips, Director of Property, announced that in the opinion 
of his office, $37,500 was all that the required prooerty, that is, 
the lower level, was worth. 



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Supervisor Meyer, after questioning Mr. Phillips briefly, expressed 
the opinion that the property was not very desirable, and the Pine 
Lake people could never do anything with it. 

Mr. Phillips, in reply to question by Supervisor Mancuso, reported 
that if condemnation proceedings were instituted, he thought that 
the property could be acquired for $37,500. 

Thereupon, Supervisor Green moved that $37,500 be included in 
the budget for purchase of the property in question. However, on 
suggestion by Mr. Phillips that the amount be made $40,000, in order 
to cover incidental expenses in connection with the acquisition of 
the property, Supervisor Green changed his motion to read $40,000. 
Motion seconded by Supervisor Mead. 

Supervisor Colman, in speaking to the motion, expressed regret 
that he would have to vote against a request of such a representative 
group of citizens. However, the tax rate was as high as it should be 
made. The Board has already treated the requests of the Recreation 
Commission with liberality. The Board has granted what the Com- 
mission has requested, but it must call a halt somewhere. The City 
cannot do everything at once. The district has the Sigmund Stern 
Memorial Grove and the Larson Playground. He would have to 
vote "No." 

Supervisor Mead stated that the purchase of the Pine Lake Canyon 
seemed to him to be an emergency matter. It must be purchased 
immediately, or buildings will be erected, and the development of 
the property for recreational purposes will be forever prevented. 

Supervisor Brown agreed with the views expressed by Supervisor 
Colman. The City and County is faced with a number of additional 
costs which it apparently cannot avoid. It already has a high tax 
rate. This project, while desirable, and no doubt useful, is not abso- 
lutely necessary. There are other facilities for playgrounds in that 
neighborhood. Here is a building project that is ready to go ahead 
as soon as the war is over, and which will create a considerable 
amount of employment in San Francisco. That must be taken into 
consideration. He was sorry that he could not go along with the 
desired acquisition. 

Supervisor Uhl announced that if money were available, he could 
vote for it, but there are many undeveloped playgrounds in San 
Francisco. They should be developed first. He must vote "No." 

Thereupon, the roll was called and the motion carried by the 
following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Gallagher, Gartland, Green, Mead, Meyer, Sul- 
ivan — 6. 
Noes: Supervisors Brown, Colman, MacPhee, Mancuso, Uhl — 5. 

Index 10. Fire Department. 

Consideration of the budget for the Fire Department was again 
:en up. 

Mr. Al Smith, of the Bureau of Governmental Research, addressed 
le Board on behalf of Mr. Younger, who was not present. Mr. 
lounger, of the Municipal Conference, stated Mr. Smith, was opposed 

to the principle of relieving absentees by employees of like rank. 

The present practice should be continued. 

Supervisor MacPhee pointed out that it was proposed to provide 
for 26 Battalion Chiefs this year, instead of 23, as in the past. How- 
ever, other employments will be eliminated, and there will be only 
one more employment than last year. 

Fire Chief Sullivan reported that 230 officers were needed to 



1020 MONDAY, MAY, 21, 1945 

complement the equipment of the department. The department will, 
under the improved plan, have 230 officers. The plan will be merely 
advancing men into positions for the work which they do continually. 
The Board of Fire Commissioners, and he, himself, believe it is only 
proper to compensate men for the work they actually perform. The 
lower brackets will be reduced by four, and the upper brackets in- 
creased by four. The number of officers in the budget will remain 
the same. 

Supervisor Colman stated that he felt this would be a precedent 
that would continue to go down through all the ranks, not only in 
the Fire Department, but in the Police Department. The question 
is: is it necessary for men of equal rank to relieve men of equal 
rank. This principle could go down through every rank. It is not 
good organization. If it is done in the Fire Department there is no 
reason why it should not be done in the Police Department. It is 
not a new question; it has come up several times before. A man of 
lower rank always takes command during the absence of the next 
higher rank. It is done in private employment. This new procedure 
is not necessary. He would vote against the practice if he could, but 
he could not vote against the budget of the Fire Department. 

Mr. J. W. Stevens, representing the National Board of Fire Under- 
writers, supported the proposal for additional officers. If a mistake 
is made by an officer of the Fire Department, it cannot be corrected 
the next day. The whole heart of the Fire Department is in the 
officers. This recommendation was made by the National Board 
of Fire Underwriters six years ago. He urged support of the proposal. 

Supervisor Colman announced that the same reason would apply 
to the United States Army, the United States Navy, or in the Marine 
Corps. 

Mr. Stevens then remarked that there is less respect shown to 
the acting officer than to the regular officer. 

Supervisor Colman declared that in going along with the Commis- 
sion, he did not lose his right to disagree with the Commission. 

Mr. Robert Callaghan, on being granted the privilege of the floor, 
stated that the replacements have, since 1941, served full time. They 
are doing a permanent job and should be paid the salary of such 
jobs. It was not a question of emergency relief. 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee moved approval of the budget 
of the Fire Department. 

Supervisor Colman, in explanation of his vote, stated he would 
vote for approval of the budget. He would like, however, to voice his 
disapproval of this particular feature of the budget. He would move 
as an amendment to the motion, that the Board vote on this par- 
ticular item. 

Index 10, sheet 2, line 21. Battalion Chief, $124,800. 

Supervisor Colman announced that he would like to have his 
opposition on the foregoing item noted in the record. Having made 
his position clear in this item,, he would vote in favor of the budget. 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Green, 
moved approval of the budget of the Fire Department. 
No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 10.79 — Citizens' Protective Corps — Auxiliary Fire Service. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Green, moved ap- 
proval. 

No objection, and budget approved. 



MONDAY, MAY 21, 1945 1021 



RECESS. 



The hour of 12:10 P. M. having arrived, the Board recessed to 
reconvene at 2:00 P. M. to take up its regular order of business, at 
the conclusion of which it would continue its consideration of the 
budget. 

DAVID A. BARRY, Clerk. 



MONDAY, MAY 21, 1945, 3:35 P. M. 



The Board of Supervisors, at the hour of 3:35 P. M., on motion bv 
Supervisor Brown, made at the regular meeting of the Board on this 
date, resumed consideration of the budget. 

Present: Supervisors Brown, Colman, Gallagher, Gartland, Green, 
MacPhee, Mancuso, Mead, Meyer, Sullivan, Uhl — 11. 

Quorum present. 

Supervisor Mancuso presiding. 

Consideration of Budget. 

Supervisor Brown announced that he had been handed a list setting 
forth the number of positions which have been unfilled this year, 
although they were budgeted. The list contains 524 such positions, 
with an average wage in the neighborhood of $2,000 per year, which 
means about $1,000,000 appropriated, but not expended. The Board 
of Supervisors can, if it desires, review this list and remove appro- 
priations from the current year's budget without interfering with the 
status of the positions. By this means the Board can eliminate one- 
fourth of the increase with which it is confronted this year. 

The Police Department, for example, have 84 patrolmen positions 
not filled, as well as other positions, about 120 in all. The Police 
Department should be represented before the Board to review these 
employments. 

Thereupon, Supervisor Brown moved that the Board reconsider 
the budget of the Police Department at 8:30 P.M. and that the 
Department be requested to have a representative present at that 
time. Motion seconded by Supervisor MacPhee. 

Mr. Al Smith, of the Bureau of Governmental Research, in reply 
to questioning by Supervisor Uhl, reported that money is appropri- 
ated for unfilled positions in the Police Department, but not for the 
Fire Department. 

No objection, and so ordered. 

Among some of the other departments where positions are not 
filled, are the following: Park Department, about 40 positions; 
Recreation Department, 12 to 15 positions; Public Works Department, 
65 to 70 positions; Health Department, about 180 positions. 

The Chief Administrative Officer explained that a large number 
of vacancies in the Department of Public Works was composed of 
street sweepers; the Department of Public Health was short of 
nurses. Proper care is not being given to patients. He had already 
agreed to eliminate the funds for many positions which were now 
unfilled. If the Departments could be assured that money would be 
available if and when positions could be filled, there would be no 
objection to the elimination of appropriations from the budget. 

Supervisor Mancuso reported that Mr. Younger, of the Municipal 
Conference, had suggested that the Mayor's emergency funds might 
be increased to take care of any emergency that might arise. 



1022 MONDAY, MAY, 21, 1945 

Supervisor Brown held that many of the jobs in question would not 
be filled during the current year, and he could see no reason to 
appropriate the money, merely to have it go into a Reserve Fund 
and then back into the General Fund for the next year. There was 
already more than a half million dollars in the Reserve Fund at the 
present time. He desired to make some arrangement to delete some 
of these appropriations, and he suggested that the Health Department, 
Recreation Department, Park Department and the Department of 
Public Works be requested to send representatives to the Board 
during the afternoon, and he would so move. 

No objection, and so ordered. 

Thereupon, the Clerk was instructed to request the Park Depart- 
ment, the Recreation Department, and the Department of Public 
Health to send representatives to the Board meeting. 

Index 40 — Department of Public Works, Engineering. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained the budget of the Bureau of Engi- 
neering, Department of Public Works. 

Supervisor Gallagher announced that the foregoing budget had 
been approved at the meeting of Friday, May 18, 1945. 

Supervisor Colman, however, declared that the Board had merely 
indicated how it felt, but had not taken any definite action. 

Index 40, sheet 7, line 28. Street Improvements, $300,000. 

Supervisor Colman, seconded by Supervisor Gallagher, moved that 
the foregoing item be deleted from the budget. 

Supervisor Brown called attention to Special Road Improvement 
Fund, $686,000, and Special Gas Tax Fund, $280,000, or a total of 
$967,000. It is possible, he stated, that the Department of Public 
Works may have some plans for these funds, but in his opinion, they 
should be the source of the expenditure of this $300,000. 

The Controller, in reply to question by Supervisor Brown, stated 
that the State could legally appropriate the funds necessary for the 
contemplated work, since the work set up was a specific matter. 

The Chief Administrative Officer, in answer to question by Super- 
visor Colman, stated that the money was already earmarked in con- 
nection with the street improvement. This money is needed above 
the amount to which Supervisor Brown has referred. The Depart- 
ment of Public Works will not have to postpone any work if the 
Board approves the $300,000. Within three months, the Department 
will be able to call for bids and proceed with the work. The plans 
for this particular project are completed. Many departments that 
do not have plans completed are asking for money for postwar work. 

Supervisor Brown, in continuing his discussion, stated that the fact 
of not appropriating $300,000 will mean that the State will spend 
$967,000 instead of $1,267,000. He did not believe the taxpayers 
should be called on to add $300,000 to an already liberal expenditure. 

Supervisor MacPhee stated that the Board already knew his views. 
It would take considerable time to acquire the land through con- 
demnation proceedings. Also buildings must be razed. It may take 
another year, or even two years. There is also the question of pos- 
sible increase in gasoline tax. He was not opposed to the project, but 
hoped the work would be done. However, there will be time enough 
when the City and County has additional revenues, possibly during 
the next year. 

The Chief Administrative Officer reported that the State of Cali- 
fornia is, at present, making ready for a freeway into San Francisco, 
which will terminate at the Bay Bridge. The State has turned over 



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to the City and County $515,000 with which to acquire property for 
the widening of Army Street. The Director of Property states that 
it will be no problem to acquire the necessary property. Army Street 
has already been widened for a distance. This $515,000 will provide 
for its widening to Guerrero Street. When the freeway is completed, 
the State will dump traffic south of Market Street. San Francisco 
must be ready at that time to distribute that traffic. Plans are already 
completed. We can invite bids within two months, and let contracts 
that can readily be construed as postwar work. But we cannot let 
contracts unless money is appropriated. This $300,000 is needed to 
complete this project. Today the City and County has four play- 
grounds partially completed. In order to appease certain districts the 
Board has allowed money for playgrounds. The same situation 
exists here. You have streets and highways more than two-thirds 
completed. We are requesting this $300,000 to complete them. Los 
Angeles has fine streets and highways. San Francisco is criticized 
for not having such streets and highways, but San Francisco has not 
appropriated the necessary money for them. On Friday, the Board 
approved appropriations to improve highways — Joint Highway Dis- 
tricts Nos. 9 and 10. These highways dump traffic into San Fran- 
cisco, but we do not have the proper distribution of traffic. We are 
merely telling the Board what San Francisco needs. It is within the 
province of the Board, whether or not to support the Director of 
Public Works. 

Supervisor Gallagher inquired whether the $300,000 was needed 
before the Department of Public Works started the proposed work. 

The Chief Administrative Officer replied that it was necessary. 
Next year, he stated, more money would be requested. This is only 
one step in a progressive program for improving the streets and 
highways in San Francisco. 

After further brief discussion, Mr. H. C. Vensano reported that the 
cost to finish the widening of Army Street, from Harrison to Guer- 
rero, would be $1,600,000. 

Supervisor Brown reported that there had been a lot of activity 
at Sacramento and at Washington, in reference to postwar projects, 
and he thought there would be funds available for any postwar 
projects ready to go when the war was over. There was no reason 
why the statement that federal funds would be available should not 
be accepted. He was opposed to appropriating $300,000 out of tax 
funds when federal funds would be forthcoming. The City and 
County should do what it can with its available funds in the antici- 
pation of receiving funds for the remainder of the work when 
available. 

Supervisor Colman stated that it seemed to be the opinion that 
the job could not be done this year. However, Mr. Vensano and the 
Chief Administrative Officer state that they think it can be done this 
year. It would not be wise to refuse to appropriate this $300,000. 
The job should be finished. The Mayor, the Chief Administrative 
Officer and the Department of Public Works all agree that the work 
should be done. The taxpayers may be better able to this year than 
perhaps next year. The importance of the improvements are so 
great that he would vote to leave the item in the budget. 

After further brief discussion. Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by 
Supervisor Uhl, moved that the $300,000 set up for widening of Army 
Street, etc., be deleted from the budget. 

Motion carried by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Brown, Gartland, Green, MacPhee, Mancuso, 
Sullivan, Uhl— 7. 

Noes: Supervisors Colman, Gallagher, Mead, Meyer — 4. 



1024 MONDAY, MAY, 21, 1945 

Thereupon, on motion by Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Super- 
visor Meyer, the budget for the Department of Public Works, Engi- 
neering, Index 40, was approved without objection. 

Art Commission — Tree Planting. 

Supervisor MacPhee moved the privilege of the floor for Mr. 
Bufano, member of the Art Commission, in order to hear explanation 
of a tree planting program proposed by him. 

Mr. Bufano explained his proposal to the Board. He presented 
arguments, at length, in support of his proposal and requested that 
$100,000 be provided in the budget to carry out his proposals. 

Supervisor Mancuso suggested that the program would run into 
a great deal of expense for additional employment, to which Mr. 
Bufano replied that it would cost about $2 per tree per year. 

Supervisor Mead suggested that the trees would affect the street 
lighting. 

Mr. Bufano agreed that the trees would cut off some of the light, 
but did not believe they would necessarily affect the lighting system. 

Supervisor Colman announced that he had been told that the 
Junior Chamber of Commerce was going to undertake to raise funds 
privately, up to $150,000, for the purpose, with the cooperation of the 
City and the Park Department, to work on a program of this sort. 

The Chair (Supervisor Mancuso) announced that no motion hav- 
ing been made, there was nothing before the Board. 

During the foregoing proceedings. Supervisor MacPhee, noting the 
entrance of a group of boys into the Chambers, requested the Presi- 
dent of the Board to invite them — members of Cub Pack No. 1 — to 
take seats where they could hear and see what was going on. 

Index 40.01 — Sewage Treatment Plant. 

Supervisor MacPhee, after explaining the increases in the budget 
for Sewage Treatment Plant, moved approval thereof. Motion 
seconded. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 40.02 — Sewage Pumping Stations. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Green, moved ap- 
proval of the budget for Sewage Pumping Stations. 
No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 63 — Public Utilities Commission — Light, Heat and Power. 
Consideration of the foregoing budget was resumed. 

Mr. Olson presented further data to the Board of Supervisors on 
the cost of lighting public streets. He stated that the difference in 
cost between City owned and privately owned street lights was $20 
per light per year. That was true, on an average. The City and County 
has about 30 different schedules. Mr. Olson suggested that the Board 
consider the possibility of including conduits on jobs the Chief 
Administrative Officer was contemplating doing, in order to avoid 
tearing up streets. He suggested that a total amount of $135,500 be 
allowed in the budget, $17,000 of which had previously been re- 
stored to the budget. Mr. Olson suggested that amounts be approved 
in the budget, as follows: 

Index 63, sheet 6, line 12, reduce from $20,000 to $4,500. 
Index 63, sheet 6, line 13, reduce from $22,500 to $5,000 
Index 63, sheet 6, line 14, reduce from $48,500 to $24,500. 



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After brief discussion, Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Super- 
visor Brown, moved that the recommendations by Mr. Olson be 
approved. 

No objection, and motion carried. 

Index 63, sheet 6, line 24. Replacement of obsolete or inadequate 
street lighting equipment, $41,000. 

Mr. Olson reported that street lights must be maintained in modern 
condition. Also lights have to be replaced from time to time. The 
Department has a definite program in connection with that item. 
The Department originally requested $65,500, of which the Mayor 
deleted $24,500. 

Thereupon, Supervisor Uhl, seconded by Supervisor MacPhee, 
moved that the $41,000 be reduced to $10,000. 

Mr. Olson objected to such reduction. He did not think such arbi- 
trary reduction was good business. 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Brown, 
moved as an amendment to the motion, that the item of $41,000 be 
reduced to $20,500. 

No objection, and motion approved. 

Whereupon, Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Colman, 
moved that the budget of the Public Utilities Commission — Heat, 
Light and Power, Index 63, as amended, be approved. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 6 — Treasurer. 

Supervisor MacPhee reported that consideration of the budget of 
the Treasurer had been postponed because of two employments re- 
quested as a result of the acquisition of the Market Street Railway. 
Money for these employments should be made available from the 
Public Utilities Commission. The Treasurer's Office has not made 
any request for such funds. 

Mr. Robert Scott reported that it was his belief that if the 
Treasurer should make such request it would be acquiesced in. 

Supervisor MacPhee then continued, saying that when the matter 
was presented to the Finance Committee, it was presented with the 
understanding that it was necessary because of the acquisition of the 
Market Street Railway, and if conditions have changed, the Finance 
Committee has not been so advised. The Committee wants to know 
whether or not that money will be made available. 

Mr. David Lewis reported that it was the desire and policy of the 
Mayor that all such items be transferred from the Municipal Railway 
to the Treasurer, or to other departments so affected. 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Mancuso, 
moved approval of the budget for the Treasurer. 
No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 60 — Controller. 

Supervisor MacPhee announced that the budget of the Controller 
had been held up under the same circumstances as that of the 
Treasurer. Since that time a letter has been presented to the Clerk 
which will be made part of the record. 

After brief discussion, and report by Mr. Vincent Ryan on three 
vacancies in the Controller's Office, Supervisor Mancuso, seconded 
by Supervisor Green, moved approval of the Controller's budget. 

No objection, and budget approved. 



1026 MONDAY, MAY, 21, 1945 

Index 72 — San Francisco City and County Employees Retirement 
System. 

Mr. Ralph Nelson reported that the largest item of increase in 
the budget of his department came from the Police Pension Amend- 
ment. Two extra employments have been made necessary because of 
the acquisition of the Market Street Railway. That cost will be 
charged against the Municipal Railway. 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Uhl, 
moved approval of the foregoing budget. 
No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 36 — Department of Public Works — General Office. 

Mr. H. C. Vensano, Director of Public Works, reported that there 
were no positions where funds could be deleted, but employments 
retained. He reported further, after studying list of unfilled posi- 
tions which was shown him, that the Department was short 40 
Laborers at the present time. Part of the money for unfilled em- 
ployments is being used for Saturday and Sunday overtime pay. 
Some of the unfilled positions are Inter-Departmental; some are paid 
from tax funds. 

Supervisor MacPhee thereupon explained the budget. He pointed 
out that there were two new employments in the General Office. 

Mr. Sid Hester explained the necessity for the new employments. 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Uhl, 
moved approval of the budget of the General Office, Department of 
Public Works. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 36.04 — Bureau of Architecture. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Meyer, moved ap- 
proval. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 37 — Department of Public Works — Bureau of Accounts. 

After explanation thereof, Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by 
Supervisor Meyer, moved approval. 
No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 38 — Department of Public Works — Bureau of Building 
Repair. 

After explanation by Supervisor MacPhee and Mr. Hester, Super- 
visor Meyer, seconded by Supervisor Uhl, moved approval. 
No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 39 — Department of Public Works — Bureau of Building In- 
spection. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Mancuso, moved 
approval of the foregoing budget. 
No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 41 — Department of Public Works — Central Permit Bureau. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Mancuso, moved 
approval. 
No objection, and budget approved. 



MONDAY, MAY 21, 1945 1027 

Index 42 — Department of Public Works — Bureau of Street Clean- 
ing. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Meyer, moved ap- 
proval. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 43 — Department of Public Works — Bureau of Sewer Repair. 

Supervisor Meyer, seconded by Supervisor Mancuso, moved ap- 
proval. 

Supervisor Brown requested Mr. Vensano to comment on article 
in the "San Francisco News" of May 21, 1945. 

Mr. Vensano reported that the Department has at present $4,000,000 
worth of work to be done. The WPB has not yet approved the 
projects. The Department is ready to go ahead. There is about 
20 cents in the coming tax rate for financing jobs that are not done. 

The Chief Administrative Officer said that it was impossible to 
report at present just what the Department will be able to do or 
when it can proceed with the work. The ordinary method would be 
to budget the money and to allow the Department to proceed as 
things develop. If the money is deleted from the budget this year, 
the Department will have to come back next year. The present sewer 
system is 50 or 60 years old. Each year the same argument, "Are you 
going to be able to spend it?" is advanced. We do not know, but 
we hope to be able to. We are now dumping untreated sewage into 
the water. We will be stopped from doing that some day. 

Supervisor Brown objected to approval of the budget of the 
Bureau of Sewer Repairs. There are $12,000,000 in bond money 
available for the sewers. It is now proposed to provide additional 
money. The taxpayers will be saved interest but they will be charged 
$1,500,000 this year. 

Thereupon, the roll was called and the budget was approved by 
the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Colman, MacPhee, Mancuso, Mead, Meyer, Sul- 
livan, Uhl— 7. 

Noes: Supervisors Brown, Gallagher, Gartland — 3. 

Absent: Supervisor Green — 1. 

Recess Proposed. 

Supervisor Uhl moved that the Board recess, to reconvene at 
8:00 P. M. 

Motion failed by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Gallagher, Sullivan, Uhl — 3. 

Noes: Supervisors Brown, Colman, Gartland, MacPhee, Mancuso, 
Mead, Meyer — 7. 

Absent: Supervisor Green — 1. 

Index 45 — Department of Public Works — Bureau of Street Repair. 

Mr. Vensano explained the reason for increase in the budget of 
the Bureau of Street Repair. 

Index 45, sheet 4, line 16. Dump Trucks (3), $13,500. 

Supervisor Meyer reported that the trucks should have been 
replaced five years ago. 

Mr. Vensano reported that the cost of the trucks would come from 
Gas Tax funds, not from the tax rate. 

Supervisor MacPhee suggested a compromise. 



1028 MONDAY, MAY, 21, 1945 

Mr. Vensano announced that he had compromised; he asked for 
three trucks instead of six. He had taken men off the payroll and 
so had saved money for a year. Now they were being put back. They 
had been in inter-departmental work. 

The Chief Administrative Officer announced that he was opposed 
to any compromise. The budget should stand or fall on its merits. 

Supervisor Mancuso, seconded by Supervisor Meyer, moved ap- 
proval. 

Budget approved by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Brown, Colman, Gartland, MacPhee, Mancuso, 
Mead, Meyer, Sullivan, Uhl — 9. 
No: Supervisor Gallagher — 1. 
Absent: Supervisor Green — 1. 

RECESS. 

The Board, at the hour of 6: 15 P. M., recessed to reconvene at 
8:00 P. M. 

DAVID A. BARRY, Clerk. 



MONDAY, MAY 21, 1945—8:00 P. M. 



RECONVENING OF BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. 

The Board of Supervisors reconvened pursuant to recess. 
CALLING THE ROLL. 

The roll was called and the following Supervisors were noted 
present: 

Supervisors Colman, Gallagher, Gartland, Green, MacPhee, Man- 
cuso, Mead, Meyer, Sullivan, Uhl — 10. 

Absent: Supervisor Brown — 1. 

Quorum present. 

President Dan Gallagher presiding. 

Supervisor Brown was noted present at 9:05 P. M. 

Consideration of Budget. 
The Board resumed consideration of the budget. 
Sewer Bonds, 1944 

Supervisor MacPhee announced that appropriations from Sewer 
Bond Issue, 1944, are set up in Index 40, Department of Public Works, 
Bureau of Engineering. He announced that although the budget for 
Index 40 had heretofore been approved, the specific appropriation 
items from the sewer bond issue had not been called to the Board's 
attention. He, therefore, felt that they should be approved by the 
Board, and he would so move. 

No objection, and motion carried. 

Index 27 — Director of Finance and Records. 

Supervisor MacPhee reported that the appropriation of $6,375, 
salary for Director of Finance and Records, which had heretofore, 
on May 18, 1945, been deleted from the budget, should be restored, 
and he would so move. Motion seconded by Supervisor Uhl. 

No objection, and motion carried. 



MONDAY, MAY 21, 1945 1029 

Index 26 — Chief Administrative Officer. 

Supervisor MacPhee announced, following the restoration of the 
$6,375, salary for Director of Finance and Records, that the salary 
for position of Principal Assistant to Chief Administrative Officer, 
$6,375 salary for Director of Finance and Records, that the salary 
itself should be allowed to remain. (Index 26, sheet 2, line 8.) 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Uhl, 
moved that the appropriation of $6,600, salary for position of Prin- 
cipal Assistant to Chief Administrative Officer, be deleted from the 
budget. 

No objection, and motion carried. 

Index 46 — Department of Public Works — Bridges. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Mancuso, moved 
approval of the budget for the Department of Public Works — Bridges. 
No objection, and budget apvroved. 

Index 47 — Department of Public Works — Special Road Improve- 
ment Fund (County Roads) . 

Supervisor MacPhee explained the foregoing budget, and moved 
approval thereof. Motion seconded by Supervisor Meyer. 
No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 48 — Department of Public Works — Special Road Improve- 
ment Fund (County Roads). 

Supervisor MacPhee explained the foregoing budget, pointing out 
that funds are provided only "as available." 

Supervisor Colman announced that he was opposed to Joint High- 
way Districts. Creation of such districts is merely the creation of 
other taxing bodies. He had always opposed them. However, he did 
not voice any objection to the foregoing budget. 

Thereupon Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Meyer, 
moved approval of the foregoing budget. 
No objection, and budget approved. 

Indexes 49, 49.1, 49.2, 49.3 and 49.4 — Department of Electricity. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained the increases in the budget of the 
Department of Electricity. There were three new positions in the 
department. 

The Chief Administrative Officer explained that actually there was 
but one additional employment. It has been necessary to request 
additional inspectors because of increase in the necessary work. The 
expense is partly compensated by inspection fees. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Meyer, moved ap- 
proval of the budget of the Department of Electricity. 
No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 77 — Department of Public Works — Special Gas Tax (Street 
Improvement Fund). 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Uhl, moved approval 
of the foregoing budget. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 13 — Recreation Commission. 

Supervisor Colman announced that Miss Randall had explained the 
vacancies in the Recreation Department. 



1030 MONDAY, MAY, 21, 1945 

Although the budget for the Recreation Commission had, on May 
18, 1945, been approved, Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Super- 
visor Colman, again moved approval thereof. 

No objection, and budget again approved. 

Index 12 — Park Commission. 

Mr. Wilson, Park Commissioner, addressed the Board on the vacan- 
cies in the Park Commission's staff. The vacancies, he stated, were 
chiefly in the Gardener classification. The Park is operating, and 
has been ever since the beginning of the war, with the lowest num- 
ber of gardeners and laborers it has ever had. At the same time the 
use of the park system has gone beyond anything ever heretofore 
experienced. The Park Department is short-handed and does not 
wish to be in a position of not being able to fill needed positions if 
the labor market changes. During the summer season positions can 
be filled for a time, at least. 

Supervisor Colman remarked that no criticism was directed at 
the Park Commission. It was merely desired to find out what posi- 
tions were in the budget, but not filled, and if there was a chance 
that the positions would not be filled during the coming fiscal year, 
some of them might be eliminated from the budget. 

Whereupon, Mr. Wilson continued that he had read that veterans 
40 years or over in age could now be discharged from the service; 
also that the age would soon be reduced to 35. Men are being dis- 
charged constantly. If the labor market is to be as stated the Com- 
mission will be able to fill the now vacant positions. 

Supervisor MacPhee announced that he was speaking in the 
absence of Supervisor Brown, but along the lines that he had sug- 
gested. The Civil Service Commission has stated that there were 
more than 40 places vacant a short time ago. Supervisor Brown does 
not want to eliminate positions, but merely to delete funds, with the 
understanding that funds would be available at any time. It is felt 
that the Salary Reserve Fund would supply a source of revenue from 
which money could be obtained to supply funds when and if it 
became necessary to fill vacant positions. 

Mr. Wilson questioned the effect on the regular summer operations 
of the Park in bringing in people on vacation from schools and 
colleges if positions were left in the budget, but money was not 
provided. 

Mr. Sues, representing the Civil Service Commission, explained 
that these jobs are placed in the budget without any funds. It has 
been understood that necessary funds will be appropriated. Each 
position requires salary ordinance amendment, and it takes from 
a month to six weeks to reestablish positions. 

Supervisor MacPhee inquired if all the positions of Gardener were 
filled during the summer months. 

Mr. Sues could not answer the question. 

Supervisor Green suggested that if no appropriation should be 
made for the unfilled positions, and if the Park Department should 
secure men during the summer months, that the men and the Park 
Department might be embarrassed if the money were taken from 
the Salary Reserve Fund. 

Mr. Wilson stated that he understood from the Civil Service Com- 
mission that if the money was not appropriated, the positions would 
not exist. The Park Commission would have to come to the Board to 
have the positions established. 



MONDAY, MAY 21, 1945 1031 

Supervisor Brown, who was noted present in the Chambers dur- 
ing the foregoing discussion, suggested that the Gardeners should be 
paid as temporary employees instead of from the permanent salary 
appropriations. The Board wanted to give the Park Department 
what men could be employed, but did not wish to assess the tax- 
payer for positions that are not filled. The Board agreed with the 
sentiments expressed by Mr. Wilson, Supervisor Brown stated, but 
the general experience is that every year about 8 per cent of the 
budget labor is out for one reason or another, such as retirement, 
death, resignation, etc. It was his belief, Supervisor Brown continued, 
that any department can accept a reduction with the thought that 
during the fiscal year some of the budgeted salary will eventually 
find its way into the unemployment reserve fund. For that reason, 
the Board can safely ask the Park Commission to take a reduction 
in the number of vacant positions. 

Supervisor Brown then moved that the Board delete the compen- 
sation for 10 employments in the Park Department, the number of 
employments, however, to remain the same. (Index 12, sheet 7, line 
2.) Motion seconded by Supervisor Uhl. 

Supervisor MacPhee suggested that if the Park Department can 
fill the jobs, the proper appropriation would be made for that 
purpose. 

Motion carried by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Brown, Colman, Gallagher, Green, MacPhee, 
Mead, Sullivan, Uhl— 8. 

Noes: Supervisors Gartland, Mancuso, Meyer — 3. 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Colman, 
moved that the budget of the Park Commission, as amended, be 
approved. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 9 — Police Department. 

Supervisor Brown stated that he thought the same general policy 
as that adopted for the Park Department should apply to the Police 
Department. The budget of the Police Department might be reduced 
about 25 per cent in number of employments; the decrease would 
amount to about $350,000. 

Mr. John Butler, representing the Chief of Police, objected. The 
hours of the Police Department have been increased. Any surplus as 
accumulated must be used to pay for overtime. Reduction of the 
money will prevent payment of necessary overtime. With the shift 
of the war into the Pacific it is expected that the Police Department 
will be put on a 10 -hour day, or possibly longer. The Department 
also expects a great many of its men will return. Last year, con- 
tinued Mr. Butler, in answer to question by Supervisor MacPhee, 
the Police Department returned approximately $250,000 to the 
Reserve Fund. 

Supervisor MacPhee doubted if any positions would be jeopardized. 
The Board would make transfer of funds from Compensation Reserve 
Fund if the Department found it can fill necessary positions. 

Supervisor Gallagher remarked that in comparison, the Police 
Department budget was lower than the budget of the Fire Depart- 
ment. He believed the Police, Health and Fire departments should 
get all the funds they request. If they do not give protection, the 
fault will be that of the Board of Supervisors. 

Supervisor Brown stated that the Board did not want to take 
away funds that can be used. It is merely acting on the record of 
what has been the experience in the past. 



1032 MONDAY, MAY, 21, 1945 

Supervisor Brown then moved that the Board eliminate from the 
Police Department budget the funds representing 25 per cent of the 
compensation of unfilled positions, leaving the positions intact. 
Motion seconded by Supervisor MacPhee. 

Supervisor Colman stated that he did not believe any member of 
the Board would think of doing anything to deprive the Police 
Department of a single patrolman. However, the Police Department 
is given the likelihood of getting back three-quarters of the amount. 
There are two sources from which the money can be obtained; one 
from Compensation Reserve and the other from the Mayor's Emer- 
gency Fund. This is just a case of cooperating in order that the Board 
need not set up compensation for positions where there is a reason- 
able chance of their not being filled. (Index 9, sheet 6, line 16.) 

Supervisor Mead disagreed with the views expressed by Super- 
visor Brown. The United States Navy proposes to spend some $400,- 
000,000, most of which will be spent in this particular area, and in 
the near future. We are told that we have not seen anything yet, 
of the Pacific war, particularly around San Francisco Bay. Super- 
visor Mead stated that he could go along with the Park Department, 
but he did not feel he could take a chance with the Police Depart- 
ment, the Fire Department or the Health Department. If the war 
were not over in Europe, it would be different. 

Supervxisor Brown observed that if the Police Department could 
go for three months, without filling any of the positions, there would 
then be sufficient funds to fill all the vacancies. 

Thereupon, the roll was called and the motion by Supervisor 
Brown was carried by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Brown, Colman, MacPhee, Mancuso, Meve.r, 
Uhl— 6. 

Noes: Supervisors Gallagher, Gartland, Green, Mead, Sullivan — 5. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Mancuso, moved 
approval of the Police Department budget, as amended. 
No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 53 — San Francisco Hospital. 

The Chief Administrative Officer stated that he had anticipated 
Supervisor Brown's thoughts, and had already made deductions in 
the budget of the Health Department. 

Mr. Louis Moran explained in detail the positions vacant in the 
Department of Public Health. 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Man- 
cuso, moved approval of the budget of the San Francisco Hospital. 
No objection, and budget approved. 

Mr. Otto Sues, representing the Civil Service Commission, and 
speaking to the question of the Annual Salary Ordinance, stated that 
the administrative provisions of the salary ordinance were presented 
to the Finance Committee and after several meetings of the Com- 
mittee certain changes were made. In the salary ordinance it is 
provided that all time worked in excess of eight hours per day, 40 
hours per week, shall be paid at the rate of time and one-half. 

The Civil Service Commission also is recommending one step up 
in salary on promotion. This is in conformity with personal manage- 
ment. 

Supervisor Brown declared that the War Labor Board would not 
permit the hiring of anyone except at entrance salary. 



MONDAY, MAY 21, 1945 1033 

Mr. Sues reported that San Francisco was not bound by the rules 
of the War Labor Board. 

Supervisor Brown declared that every firm in San Francisco whc 
pays taxes is bound by regulations of the War Labor Board. Those 
regulations are rigidly enforced. This is not in conformity with 
the best interest of the war effort. 

Mr. Sues, in continuing his explanation of the salary ordinance, 
administrative provisions, stated that a straight shift would be con- 
sidered as eight hours within nine hours. The current salary ordi- 
nance defines a straight shift as eight hours within 9V2 hours. There 
are only two departments affected: one, the Health Department, and 
the other, the Board of Education. Neither of these departments 
object. Eight hours within 9V2 hours should be considered as a split 
shift. A split shift is 8 hours within more than 9 hours, but not to 
exceed 11 hours. 

In Section 2.5, Overtime for Per Diem Employees, employees of 
the Public Utilities Commission have been eliminated. 

The Civil Service Commission has recommended a 10 per cent 
differential for night shift work. Similar employees in private prac- 
tice receive a differential in pay. 

The Clerk presented and read opinion from the City Attorney, 
as follows: 

OPINION OF CITY ATTORNEY 

May 21, 1945. 

Subject: Annual Salary Ordinance of 1945 as Affected by Stand- 
ardization Ordinance. 

Gentlemen: 

You have referred to me a proposed salary ordinance and have 
requested an opinion as to its legality. I have since received from 
the Civil Service Commission the same bill with most of the sched- 
ules attached, but with several minor changes from the proposal 
submitted by you. My opinion will be based on this later form. 

You have not directed your request to any particular sections of 
the bill. Examination has, therefore, been made of it in its entirety, 
and such specific reference will be made here as is pertinent to your 
inquiry. Particular reference is also made to some sections to which 
my attention has been directed by the Civil Service Commission. 

Opinion. 

The provisions of the Charter provide a division of functions 
among the various type of legislation required to regulate and 
administer the city service. They provide separately for a classifica- 
tion of positions, for a standardization of salaries, and for annual 
salary ordinances, annual budgets, annual appropriation ordinances 
and finally for annual tax levies to provide the funds appropriated 
to meet these expenses. Under this system required by the Charter, 
it is necessary that each type of legislation be confined to its own 
field. This is true not only in order that each type of ordinance may 
properly perform its assigned service, but also in order, by the 
operation of our government, to test adequately the justice and 
efficiency of the details of the method provided by the Charter. 

Contrary to this system, one type of legislation is sometimes used 
in the difficult task of administration to attempt to accomplish a 
purpose of another, a purpose not committed to it by the Charter, 
and hence rendering such legislation void if enacted. This error is 
committed to some extent in the subject bill. The bill seems to 
betray a growing tendency for the annual salary ordinance to invade 
the functions of the salary standardization ordinance. Section 151 



1034 MONDAY, MAY, 21, 1945 

of the Charter provides that, by the standardization ordinance, the 
Board of Supervisors shall fix "all salaries, wages and compensations 
of every kind and nature, except pension and retirement allowances," 
for all positions and employments paid for by the City and County, 
except those provided by the Charter itself. 

In fixing compensation, the standardization ordinance relates the 
compensation, as it must, to types of employment, hours of duty and 
the spread of those hours over the day. Compensation can be altered 
either by change in the rate or by change in the type or quantity 
of service to be given for it. This is a function of the standardization 
ordinance and not one for the annual salary ordinance. The annual 
salary ordinance should not cover these items in its provisions, except 
within the administrative limits authorized by Section 11 of the 
standardization ordinance. Section 11 is as follows: 

"If during any succeeding fiscal year while this ordinance 
is in effect, it is determined by the Board of Supervisors, 
upon the recommendation of the Civil Service Commission, 
that changes in working conditions, hours of labor, or any 
other administrative provisions contained in this ordinance, 
should be made for the good of the service, such changes 
shall be made in the annual salary ordinance so as to reflect 
the necessary changes in working conditions, hours of labor 
or other administrative provisions in this ordinance; pro- 
vided that no such change shall affect the basic compensa- 
tion schedules provided for herein." 

We are concerned primarily with the reference of the section to 
changes in hours of labor, that is in the time to be spent at work 
either as to number of hours or which hours of the day or days. 
The section states that such changes may be made in the annual 
salary ordinance, provided that these changes do not affect the basic 
compensation schedules set up in that ordinance. These schedules 
provide, for instance, that for monthly work, consisting of five-day 
weeks of forty (40) hours each, an employee of a certain classifica- 
tion shall receive a certain compensation, or for work per day as 
defined therein a certain compensation shall be paid. Any change 
may be made which does not alter the balance here set up of the 
amount of work given and the amount of pay received for it. Any 
change which affects the quantity of that exchange must be made 
in the standardization ordinance. 

The rule is simple, but, if in the application of the rule it is 
departed from either much or little, then there is no rule left which 
may be used as a measure on the basis of which to give you an 
opinion. Applying this rule to the bill, certain facts become self- 
evident. 

Section 2.1 of the bill provides an increase of pay of 10 per cent 
for monthly night shift employees without providing any offset of 
additional work performed, and thus destroys the balance of work 
and pay provided by the basic compensation schedules of the stand- 
ardization ordinance. This affects the provisions as to the seven and 
one-half (7V2) hour night shift, wherein you provide a 10 per cent 
differential as against the 6V4 per cent differential now in effect. 
It comes within the prohibition of the proviso of Section 11 of the 
standardization ordinance, and is therefore void. The word "basic" 
is not used to describe a compensation schedule to which a further 
compensation may be added, but to describe the service schedules of 
the standardization ordinance upon which are built the depart- 
mental schedules of the salary ordinance. 

Section 2.6 of the subject bill, in its third paragraph, provides a 
10 per cent pay increase for per diem employees. The standardiza- 
tion ordinance provides for certain fixed rates of compensation for 
per diem employees based on an eight (8) hour day, and provides 



MONDAY, MAY 21, 1945 1035 

in addition to this that overtime may be paid such employees at a 
rate fixed in the salary ordinance. This overtime is not the time of 
the per diem employee's eight (8) hour shift, the rate of pay for 
which is already established by the standardization ordinance. It 
is time over that. The salary ordinance cannot unqualifiedly pro- 
vide for a different rate of pay from that already fixed by the stand- 
ardization ordinance. To do so, there must be a compensating offset, 
up or down, in the hours of service in accordance with the fixed 
standard set in the basic schedule. There is none here and the 
provision of the bill would destroy the balance of work and pay 
set up in the standardization ordinance. The provision is therefore 
void. 

Section 151 of the Charter provides for changes in economic con- 
ditions warranting changes in compensation schedules. It provides 
for reflection of such conditions not only in the standardization ordi- 
nance but in amendments thereto. As I have pointed out in earlier 
opinions, the Charter also provides that such amendments, to be 
effective in the next fiscal year, must be adopted on or before 
April 1st. Restandardization of any schedule is not allowed to take 
effect except at the beginning of any fiscal year, apparently because 
the tax levy, which raises the money to pay the compensation fixed, 
is also on an annual basis. 

To be considered by the Board of Supervisors on their merits, how- 
ever, changes affecting the basic compensation schedules for the 
next fiscal year must be presented to the Board in time so that they 
can be acted on by April 1st, and, as I have pointed out in earlier 
opinions, they must be presented as amendments of the standardiza- 
tion ordinance. This is true whether these basic schedules are 
affected by changes within the body of the schedules or are affected 
by changes of the other provisions of the standardization ordinance 
to which they are expressly made subject. 

Respectfully submitted, 

CITY ATTORNEY. 

Mr. Dan Scannell, representing labor, declared that if IV2 hours 
is a normal day's work on the night shift, anything worked more 
than IV2 hours must be overtime, and should be paid at rate of time 
and one-half. There would be no change in the basic rate of com- 
pensation. 

Whereupon Mr. Peddicord, Assistant City Attorney, stated that 
emergency overtime is very definite in the salary standardization 
ordinance. 

Supervisor MacPhee reported that the salary ordinance provides 
that compensation for night work shall be paid at an increase of 
6*4 per cent instead of the present method of paying 8 hours' com- 
pensation for 7% hours work. 

There is also, Supervisor MacPhee reported, the question of pro- 
viding the same number of holidays for all different groups in the 
City's employ. The salary ordinance provides, also, that in the event 
of a promotion, an employee shall advance to the second step of his 
new classification. That is to provide for additional compensation 
in the event of promotion. It provides that increments in compensa- 
tion shall be received on the anniversary of employment. 

Mr. Sues, in answer to Supervisor Brown, stated that the cost of 
this latter mentioned provision would be about $150,000 out of 
revenues, and $125,000 out of the tax rate. The change for employees 
being promoted will cost from $12,000 to $15,000. The change in 
the split shift will cost about $11,500. The language deleted in con- 
nection with the Public Utilities Commission will cost about $150,000. 
That amount will not be reflected in the tax rate. 






1036 MONDAY, MAY, 21, 1945 

Mr. Schlessinger, on addressing the Board, stated that his people 
in October, 1944, had requested the Board to start proceedings to 
iron out salary difficulties. They had met continuously every Thurs- 
day for months with the Finance Committee and the Civil Service 
Commission. On May 17th a meeting was called for Tuesday, May 
22, at 3:00 P. M. Now, he desired to know why the salary ordinance 
sets up a five-day week schedule. 

Mr. Sues explained that the five-day schedule was put into the 
ordinance after discussing the matter with various department heads. 

Mr. Hare reported that the 10 per cent differential was in line with 
procedure by the War Labor Board. There was no change in the 
basic compensation rates. His group contended that in allowing the 
10 per cent for night work, the basic rate was not affected. 

Supervisor Brown stated that the Board was advised that it could 
not allow the 10 per cent as requested. 

Mr. H. S. Foley also addressed the Board on the subject. Many 
meetings have been held, he stated, and efforts have been made to 
prevail on the Civil Service Commission to make certain recom- 
mendations to allow differentials and overtime payments to per diem 
and monthly employees. The Civil Service Commission has denied 
such requests, stating that in their opinion it would be in violation 
of the Charter. The City Attorney rendered an opinion favorable to 
his group's request. The opinion was submitted to the Finance Com- 
mitte. The City Attorney has stated that the salary standardization 
ordinance cannot be amended, but Mr. Peddicord has stated that "any 
change may be made which does not alter the balance here set up 
of the amount of work given and the amount of pay received for it. 
Any change which 'affects the quantity of that exchange must be 
made in the standardization ordinance." Section 11 of the salary 
standardization ordinance provides, continued Mr. Foley, that when 
working conditions are changed, the salary ordinance can be amended 
to provide for such changed conditions. Changed conditions do exist 
on the street cars, especially in the "owl" runs. He urged the Board 
to give full consideration to paying 10 per cent differential to plat- 
form men of the Municipal Railway fortnight work. 

Mr. Peddicord stated that the opinion referred to with regard to 
the platform men was in answer to question whether or not the 
provisions submitted followed Section 125 of the Charter. The 
answer was that it did not. It had nothing to do with the question 
of the salary standardization ordinance. Mr. O'Toole, continued 
Mr. Peddicord, has cautioned that any change in schedules should be 
taken up prior to April 1st. Nothing can be done now in the salary 
ordinance about matters covered by salary standardization. The 
administrative provisions may be changed provided that no change 
shall affect the basic compensation schedules. 

Supervisor MacPhee requested an explanation of the change from 
IV2 per cent extra compensation to 6V4 per cent. 

Mr. Sues explained that if an employee works a six-day week he 
gets 20 per cent additional pay; 6% per cent of 120 is equal to IV2 
per cent on the basis of a normal week. 

Supervisor MacPhee announced that there was a proposal, Section 
1.7, that affected employees who did not operate on a seven-day 
basis. 

Mr. Jack Smith requested a change in the wording of the section. 
The School Department does not normally have a seven-day week 
operation. He requested a change in language that would protect 
employees in their contracts in private employment. 



MONDAY, MAY 21, 1945 1037 

Mr. Sues suggested that possibly the Department of Public Health 
could not operate under conditions as proposed, i.e., five days between 
Monday and Friday. 

The Chief Administrative Officer reported that Dr. Geiger had 
objected to the provision. He felt that he could not operate eco- 
nomically on schedules as originally written. 

Supervisor Gallagher objected to requesting the Board to act on 
a matter such as the salary ordinance that had "just now" been 
presented to the Board. 

Mr. Sues reported that the Finance Committee had had the salary 
ordinance for some two weeks. 

Supervisor Gallagher declared that he would vote against the 
ordinance; he did not know anything about it. 

Supervisor Colman, after reading from the "Rules of the Board," 
pointed out that the annual salary ordinance and appropriation ordi- 
nance was passed for second reading. 

Supervisor Gallagher moved that the platform men of the Munic- 
ipal Railway who work nights be given a 10 per cent increase in their 
compensation. 

Supervisor Brown stated that could not be done without a request 
by the department head and recommendation of the Mayor. 

Supervisor MacPhee stated that the Finance Committee had recom- 
mended such procedure, but it had had the opinion from the City 
Attorney stating that it was illegal and could not be done. 

Mr. Foley pointed out that the present salar3 ordinance provides 
for a 7V2-hour shift for night work. The er ployees have been 
receiving the proposed differential for monthly employees. He saw 
no reason why something could not be provided for the platform 
men. 

Mr. Peddicord pointed out that monthly employees were controlled 
by a different procedure ertirely. 

Supervisor Gallagher, however, after further brief discussion, 
renewed his motion that platform men be granted a 10 per cent 
increase for night work, i. e., from 7:30 P. M. until 4:30 A. M. Motion 
seconded by Supervisor Mead. 

Mr. Dan Scannell declared that in accordance with statement by 
the War Labor Board, the Municipal Railway employees should get 
the proposed differential. 

Supervisor Brown raised a point of order, stating that the Charter 
clearly provides that the Board of Supervisors cannot vote increases 
in the budget unless they are requested so to do by the department 
heads, with the recommendation of the Mayor. 

The Chair ruled the point of order not well taken. 

Supervisor Brown appealed from the decision of the Chair. 

Supervisor Colman, at the request of the Chair, put the appeal. 
"An appeal has been taken from the decision of the Chair," he stated. 
"The question is: Is the decision of the Chair the decision of the 
Board?" 

Supervisor Brown then read Section 72 of the Charter, following 
which he stated: "The employees who are now working nights have 
been set up in the budget with a 7% per cent increase. Under the 
conditions as set forth by the Civil Service Commission, my under- 
standing is that it has been reduced to 6V4 per cent. Heretofore the 
Board of Supervisors has set up salary standardization. The Board 



1038 MONDAY, MAY, 21, 1945 

of Supervisors amended the salary standardization ordinance with 
respect to institutional help and employees of other departments and 
it is not in error in doing the same things at this time as it has done 
heretofore." 

Supervisor Colman announced that a vote "Aye" would sustain the 
Chair; a vote "No" would overrule the Chair. 

Thereupon, the roll was called and the Chair was sustained by the 
following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Gallagher, Gartland, Green, Mead, Meyer, Sul- 
livan, Uhl— 7. 

Noes: Supervisors Brown, Colman, MacPhee, Mancuso — 4. 

Whereupon, Supervisor Brown warned that the Board would be 
invalidating the entire proceedings if it went through with its present 
procedure. 

Supervisor MacPhee inquired as to the effect on the rest of the 
ordinance, assuming that the 10 per cent increase should be voted. 

Mr. Peddicord stated that he had been instructed to confine his 
remarks to the items as presented. 

Supervisor Mancuso stated that the Board could not amend the 
appropriation ordinance at this time and have it ready in time to go 
along with the budget. The Finance Committee has been considering 
the matter for some time. The Board has recommended a 10 per cent 
increase for certain employments, but has been advised that such 
increase is unconstitutional. He did not see how the Board could 
now tell the City Attorney's office that it was going to do just the 
opposite to what that office has approved. 

Supervisor Colman, in discussing the question, stated that the 
principal argument against the motion was the reading of the Char- 
ter, which appeared to him to be conclusive. The wording of the 
Charter was very clear, and there could be no misunderstanding as 
to its meaning. The recommendation for increases should come from 
the department head, and should have the approval of the Mayor. 
That was his reason for voting against the proposed increase. The 
platform men in San Francisco are now getting a higher wage than 
the highest generally prevailing wage for like work performed else- 
where in the State. 

Supervisor Colman, in continuing his argument, stated that he 
admitted that he did not jump at the beck and call of the city em- 
ployees, yet he had as much respect for them as anyone else. The 
city employees, however, do not run the city government, or should 
not run it. The conduct of the city government is in the hands of 
the duly appointed officials. The City Attorney gives the impression 
that the proposed increase would be illegal. To go along with the 
proposal before the Board would be a very unwise thing to do. He 
could not go along with such decision. 

Thereupon, the Chair, after reading Section 73 of the Charter, 
stated that he believed the Board was within its rights. 

Supervisor MacPhee stated that he wanted to see the men get the 
10 per cent increase. He had introduced it originally in the Finance 
Committee. The Committee requested an opinion thereon from the 
City Attorney. The City Attorney has stated that it cannot be done. 
He would not take any chance with other departments merely for 
the purpose of trying to show his big-heartedness to the Municipal 
Railway employees on something which he could not deliver. He 
would vote against the motion. 

Supervisor Brown, in explanation of his vote, stated that he was 
voting against the motion merely because it was his opinion that it 



MONDAY, MAY 21, 1945 1039 

was prohibited by the Charter. His vote was not based on the merits 
or demerits of the proposed increase. 

Thereupon, the roll was called and the motion by Supervisor Gal- 
lagher, that the platform men be granted a 10 per cent increase in 
salary for night work, was carried by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Gallagher, Gartland, Green, Mead, Meyer, Sul- 
livan — 6. 

Noes: Supervisors Brown, Colman, MacPhee, Mancuso, Uhl — 5. 

Following the foregoing roll call, Supervisor Mead stated that he 
had not expected six members of the Board to vote "Aye." However, 
there was no use in being foolish about this thing, but he did not 
think that the Board had done the right thing. He was sympathetic, 
but he was fearful that the Board had jeopardized the entire salary 
ordinance. 

Mr. Foley stated that the salary ordinance would be before the 
Board on May 26th, on Passage for Second Reading. If the Board 
should find out in the meantime that the amendment just voted 
would jeopardize the remainder of the ordinance, it could rescind 
its action. 

Supervisor Brown pointed out that if the Board intended to allow 
the 10 per cent increase in the salary ordinance for platform men, 
it would have to allow funds in the budget that the Board must 
approve. 

Supervisor Colman stated that it was his honest belief that the 
Board's action was a wrong thing to have done for everybody's peace 
of mind. Perhaps he had not understood Supervisor Mead, but if 
he did, he would move that the Board rescind its action just taken. 

The Chair inquired of Mr. Peddicord if the Board would be jeop- 
ardizing the salary ordinance by its action just taken, to which 
Mr. Peddicord replied that he could find no flaw in Supervisor 
Brown's reasoning, and he believed the Board was jeopardizing the 
city employees. 

Supervisor Uhl then stated that he would change his vote. He was 
in sympathy with the carmen, but he could not take a chance. 

Supervisor Mead announced that he did not think any member of 
the Board wanted to take any chance. Thereupon, he moved that the 
Board rescind its action, and requested that the Board do so unani- 
mously. Motion seconded by Supervisor Green. 

The Chair announced that he did not want to jeopardize any city 
employee. 

Supervisor MacPhee, before the roll was called on the motion by 
Supervisor Green, presented the following statement: 

"As Chairman of the Finance Committee I have pointed out to the 
members of the Board that we were considering the annual salary 
ordinance, and that meetings for that purpose were to be held. I 
invited members of the Board to attend the meetings. I did the same 
thing with the budget. Only one member attended the meetings, and 
that was Supervisor Uhl. It is unfortunate that we did not have 
more information on these things, but the facts are there." 

Thereupon, the roll was called and the action of the Board, where- 
by the motion to approve the 10 per cent increase for carmen had 
been approved, was rescinded by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Brown, Colman, Gallagher, Gartland, Green, 
MacPhee, Mancuso, Mead, Meyer, Sullivan, Uhl — 11. 



1040 MONDAY, MAY, 21, 1945 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee proposed an amendment to Sec- 
tion 1.7, but adding thereto the words, "five consecutive days per 
week, but provided, however, that departments that do not have 
a normal seven day work week, normal work week shall consist of 
five days between Monday, through Friday, inclusive." 

Following brief discussion, Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by 
Supervisor Green, moved that the foregoing language, as suggested 
by Supervisor MacPhee, be included in and made part of Section 1.7 
of the annual salary ordinance. 

No objection, and amendment approved. 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Sullivan, 
moved approval, as amended. 
No action. 

Supervisor Brown, in discussing the annual salary ordinance, 
declared that it has, in effect, nullified all work done to reduce the 
tax rate. There have been four provisions included therein not here- 
tofore enjoyed by the employees. He mentioned the question of 
salary increment on the anniversary date of employment, which 
would cost more than $30,000. There was also the "step-up" in 
salary; he could see no objection to that provision. He believed the 
one step up in case of promotion was largely justified, but it would 
mean an increased cost to the City and County. However, the limit 
is fast approaching not only in the basic pay, but in working con- 
ditions. Hereafter any increases for employees must be fully justified. 
City employees should receive the same treatment — equal to the 
basic high pay rates available in private industry. Until it can be 
shown, though, that further consideration is due on that basis, it 
would be his intention to vote against increases. 

Supervisor Colman announced that in discussing the question of 
the salary ordinance with Mr. Henderson, he stated that two of the 
provisions in the salary ordinance were to extend to all the employees 
certain privileges that are now enjoyed by some of the groups. Some 
groups are now receiving their salary increments on the anniversary 
of their employment, while others have to wait until the next fiscal 
year. In private employment, the employee gets everything the 
higher grade entitles him to. There was another statement — the 
question of holidays. Some employees receive six holidays; others 
get twelve. A move has been made to equalize the number of holi- 
days. Naturally, the move was not made to cut down the twelve 
holidays to six, but to change the six to the twelve holidays. During 
his years as a Supervisor, continued Supervisor Colman, he had 
always felt that the city employees should have the equivalent of 
the highest prevailing wage paid on the outside or corresponding 
wages paid by a corresponding governmental agency in this par- 
ticular State. He intended always to abide by that principle. 

The Clerk announced that there were certain reclassifications that 
the Clerk should be authorized to make in the salary ordinance. 

Mr. Sues announced that no motion was necessary to authorize 
the making of such corrections or changes. 

Mr. Eneas Kane, from the Mayor's Office, addressed the Board. 
The Board, declared Mr. Kane, was debating on the budget, but at 
the same time it was considering a salary ordinance which did not 
conform to the figures set up in the budget. He believed that Mr. Sues 
and the Civil Service Commission should give consideration to the 
situation. In the salary ordinance draft submitted by the Civil Serv- 
ice Commission, certain salaries are lower than those recommended 
by the Mayor. There are some 25 or 30 classifications so affected. 



MONDAY, MAY 21, 1945 1041 

Mr. Sues stated that it was not necessary to take up these classi- 
fications at the present time. There have been reclassifications of 
certain positions since the budget estimates were submitted for the 
coming fiscal year. These positions are still in the new budget under 
the old classifications. The Civil Service Commission is requesting 
that the Board of Supervisors take proper action so that the positions 
will be indicated in the salary ordinance under their proper classi- 
fications. The Commission suggests that the budget be adopted with 
the provision that the budget shall be corrected to conform with the 
proper Civil Service designations. 

Mr. Kane declared that such procedure would give the Civil Serv- 
ice Commission the power to fix salaries that are not given by the 
Charter. 

Mr. Sues then stated that his suggestion was that a motion be 
made that the classifications and salaries be reconciled in the salary 
ordinance to conform with the recommendations of the Civil Service 
Commission. 

Thereupon, Supervisor Uhl moved that the salary ordinance be 
amended to conform to the classifications set up by the Civil Service 
Commission. 

No action. 

Mr. Kane continued, stating that the department heads had recom- 
mended certain salaries in the budget which the Board has been 
considering. The Board approves the Mayor's budget, and then along 
comes the Civil Service Commission, who asks that the Clerk of 
the Board of Suoervisors be authorized to make any changes in 
discrepancies that may appear between the amount involved in the 
budget and the figures recommended by the Commission. That is 
wrong. 

Supervisor MacPhee stated that he did not know how many em- 
ployments were involved in the situation cited by Mr. Kane, The 
Finance Committee does not examine each individual salary; it 
would be a physical impossibility so to do. The Finance Committee 
has not approved Mr. Kane's salary, or the salary of any of the 25 
or more employees about which he speaks. 

Supervisor Gallagher advised that the Board adopt the budget with 
the salaries as set up, but not pass any motion that would give the 
Clerk of the Board of Supervisors the right to change any classi- 
fications. The Civil Service Commission should bring in any changes 
to the Board of Supervisors after such changes are made. 

Supervisor Colman inquired if a recommendation would be pre- 
sented by the Civil Service Commission regarding these particular 
matters. 

Mr. Sues reported that the communication referred to by Mr. Kane 
was dated May 9. The salary recommended for Mr. Kane was $375 
to $450. The Commission recommended salary of $350 to $425. There- 
upon, Mr. Sues read the following: 



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Following the reading of the foregoing statement, Mr. Sues con- 
tinued, saying that the annual salary ordinance would reflect all 
the changes as submitted to the Board. As for the salary for 
Mr. Kane, the recommended change shows an increase over his 
present salary. The matter, however, will have to be decided before 
the annual salary ordinance is passed. 

Mr. David Lewis, following brief discussion as to procedure — 
whether the budget of the annual salary ordinance should be 
approved first, stated that there must be incorporated in the budget 
necessary money required by the provisions of the salary ordinance. 
If the Board adopts the budget before adopting the salary ordinance 
it must make provision in the budget for anv additional costs. It 
must provide in the budget something predicated on a future action. 

Thereupon, further consideration of the annual salary ordinance 
was temporarily postponed. 

Index 62 — Public Utilities Commission — General Office. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained the budget for the Public Utilities 
Commission — General Office. In the budget, he stated, there is 
provision for transfer of funds for operation of other departments. 
There was one new employment. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Green, moved 
approval. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 65 — Public Utilities Commission — Municipal Railway Con- 
solidated. 

Supervisor Uhl called attention to item for General Manager, 
Municipal Railway Bureau, at a salary of $15,000 (Index 65, sheet 4, 
line 32). He stated that he felt the proposed salary had .brought 
about a most regrettable situation. The salary was above that of 
any other official of the City and County. Thereupon, he moved dele- 
tion of the item. 

Motion failed for want of a second. 

Supervisor MacPhee reported that there were other new employ- 
ments set up to administer the operations of the Municipal Railway. 
There were 48 new positions under permanent salaries, many of 
which he thought could be eliminated. There are also provided for, 
services by other branches of the municipal government. 

Mr. Robert Scott agreed that the budget did show 48 new employ- 
ments. However, that was not a true picture. During the year there 
were six positions deleted and eight positions created. In a sup- 
plemental budget request which will be before the Board, the Public 
Utilities Commission is asking the deletion of 14 General Clerks. 
The Market Street Railway had one set of books. Its payroll pro- 
cedure was simple. The City's procedure is not so. The Commission 
is deleting from the budget a Senior Accountant, and is asking that 
the job be classified as an Accountant. The Senior Accountant of the 
Market Street Railway did not come over to the City. 

Index 65, sheet 1, line 4. Temporary Salaries, $73,250. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Sullivan, moved that 
the appropriation for Temporary Salaries be reduced to $60,000. 

I No objection, and motion carried. 
Index 65, sheet 4, line 32. General Manager, Municipal Railway 
ureau, $15,000. 
Supervisor Uhl moved that the salary for the General Manager, 



1044 ' MONDAY, MAY, 21, 1945 

Supervisor Colman opposed the motion, stating that Mr. Scott was 
a very competent man, and it would be most unfair and unwise for 
the Board to make such reduction. Mr. Scott will not be overpaid 
at all. 

Thereupon, the roll was called and the motion failed by the follow- 
ing vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Gallagher, Uhl — 2. 

Noes: Supervisors Brown, Colman, Gartland, Green, MacPhee, 
Mancuso, Mead, Meyer, Sullivan — 9. 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Meyer, 
moved that the budget of the Municipal Railway Consolidated be 
approved. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Action Rescinded. 

Supervisor Gallagher, seconded by Supervisor MacPhee, moved 
that the action just taken be rescinded: 

Motion carried by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Colman, Gallagher, Gartland, MacPhee, Man- 
cuso, Mead, Meyer, Sullivan, Uhl — 9. 

Noes: Supervisors Brown, Green — 2. 

Index 65, sheet 13, line 29. Headway Recording Devices, $25,000. 

Supervisor Uhl moved deletion of the foregoing item, stating that 
such devices did not work on rubber tires. Motion seconded by 
Supervisor Gallagher. 

Mr. Scott explained the device, its operation, and remarked that 
he understood it could be adapted to buses. It is doing that in Wash- 
ington at the present time. 

Thereupon, the roll was called and the motion failed by the fol- 
lowing vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Gallagher, Mancuso, Mead, Uhl — 4. 

Noes: Supervisors Brown, Colman, Gartland, Green, MacPhee, 
Meyer, Sullivan — 7. 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Brown, 
moved approval of Index 65, Municipal Railway Consolidated. 

Motion carried and budget approved by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Brown, Colman, Gartland, Green, MacPhee, 
Mancuso, Meyer — 7. 

Noes: Supervisors Gallagher, Mead, Sullivan, Uhl — 4. 

Index 66 — Public Utilities Commission — San Francisco Water 
Department. 

Index 66, sheet 20, line 4. Secondary Feeder Mains in Cast Iron, 
$191,800. 

Supervisor MacPhee suggested that the foregoing mentioned item, 
together with the other items on the same sheet, amounting to more 
than $1,600,000, be considered as a whole. The appropriation of more 
than $1,600,000 will be reflected in the tax rate. 

Supervisor Uhl remarked that the Mayor had deleted some of the 
requested appropriation. Why should not all the items be deleted? 

Supervisor MacPhee observed that it would be a matter of policy 
for the Board to determine. However, the Board should have the 
Public Utilities Commission on record as to what it intends with 
respect to restoring the water rates to the amount charged before 
reductions in rates had been granted. 



MONDAY, MAY 21, 1945 1045 

Mr. Scott announced, when asked what action had been taken by 
the Public Utilities Commission, that he did not know, inasmuch as 
he had not attended the meeting of the Commission, but had been at 
the Board meeting all day. He could not speak for the Commission. 
However, the Commission might have taken action already. 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee suggested that the Board leave 
the items in the budget. The work must be done, anyway. 

Supervisor Colman stated that he believed the Board should leave 
the items in the budget. However, he expressed the belief that the 
utilties should be self-supporting. He believed, though, that the latest 
rate reduction was ill-advised. It would be his strong recommenda- 
tion that the rates be restored to the point that would take care of 
the situation. The Board, of course, could not force the Public 
Utilities Commission to take such action, but if the Commission 
knows that the approval of the budget is based on the hope that 
the Commission would act in restoring the previous water rates, it 
would have some weight. 

Supervisor Brown stated that he understood approval of the items 
under consideration would represent a budget deficit of about one- 
half million dollars. He agreed that the Public Utilities Commission 
should be on a self-support basis. If not, the rates are inadequate. 
It is well to mention to the Board that Section 74 of the Charter 
provides that the budget will require a two-thirds vote of the full 
Board to approve a budget where a utility is not self-supporting. 
If the figures, as stated, are correct, eight votes will be required to 
approve the Water Department budget. 

Index 66, sheet 4, line 6. General Manager and Chief Engineer, 
$10,000. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Mead, moved dele- 
tion of the foregoing item. 

Supervisor MacPhee, in discussing the foregoing motion, stated 
that Mr. Nelson Eckart, the General Manager and Chief Engineer 
of the San Francisco Water Department, was suing the City and 
County for an amount of approximately $65,000, and that there was 
a good possibility that he could collect that amount. 

Supervisor Uhl stated that if the position is not deleted, and 
Mr. Eckart wins his suit and continues in the employ of the City 
and County, he will receive a salary of $15,000 per year. 

Supervisor Brown opposed the motion. Personal feelings should 
not be allowed to influence the decision of the members of the Board 
in this matter. Mr. Eckart has shown ability for years in the position 
■ he now holds. 

Supervisor Mead asserted that Mr. Eckart has apparently let the 
present condition, with respect to his compensation, continue with 
the thought in mind that sometime he would take such action, when 
there was sufficient money involved. 

Supervisor Meyer also opposed the motion. Mr. Eckart, he stated, 
was assistant to Mr. O'Shaughnessy. His salary was originally 
$15,000. It was arbitrarily reduced and Mr. Eckart has a perfect 
right to try to get it back. He is a high class man and a good 
engineer. 

Supervisor Colman expressed surprise at the motion. The entire 
matter was news to him, he stated. He had known Mr. Eckart since 
school days. If Mr. Eckart has this money coming to him, there is 
no reason why he should not try to collect it. The courts will decide 
that question. He, Supervisor Colman, would vote against the 
motion. 



1046 MONDAY, MAY, 21, 1945 

Thereupon, the roll was called and the motion to delete the posi- 
tion of General Manager and Chief Engineer, at a salary of $10,000, 
was carried by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Gallagher, Green, MacPhee, Meyer, Mead, Sul- 
livan, Uhl— 7. 

Noes: Supervisors Brown, Colman, Gartland, Meyer — 4. 

Whereupon, Supervisor Brown appealed to members of the Board 
to reconsider the matter. He thought that the Board was going too 
far, and that the Board would have reason to regret the incident if 
the vote were allowed to stand. 

Supervisor Brown, seconded by Supervisor Colman, moved that 
the Board rescind its action in deleting the position of General Man- 
ager and Chief Engineer of the Water Department from the salary 
ordinance. 

Supervisor Colman, in support of the motion to rescind action, 
stated that the grounds given were not grounds to discharge Mr. 
Eckart. The only grounds sufficient for discharge are: Is he morally 
all right; is he honest; is he capable? Nothing has been said against 
his integrity. In our own private business we do not fire a man for 
reasons given for the discharge of Mr. Eckart. Mr. Eckart has worked 
for the City and County since 1911. Supervisor Colman continued 
saying that he had never voted to put a man out of a job. He had 
voted against the creation of a job, but once created he would not 
put a man out. 

Thereupon, the roll was called on the motion to rescind, as follows: 
Ayes: Supervisors Brown, Colman, Gartland, Green, Meyer, Sul- 
livan — 6. 

Noes: Supervisors Gallagher, MacPhee, Mancuso, Mead, Uhl — 5. 
Action rescinded. 

Thereupon, Supervisor Colman moved approval of the Water 
Department budget. 

No action taken on motion. 

Index 66, sheet 21, line 24. Replace Section No. 1, Stone Dam 
Aqueduct, $120,000. 

Supervisor MacPhee, at the request by Supervisor Uhl, explained 
the need for the foregoing appropriation. 

Index 66, sheet 21, line 25. Replace Caretaker's Cottage, C. S. 
Dam, $10,000. 

Supervisor MacPhee, at the request of Supervisor Uhl, explained 
the need for the foregoing appropriation. 

Index 66, sheet 24, line 17. Painting Main Floor, 425 Mason Street, 
$2,500. 

Supervisor Uhl, seconded by Supervisor Mead, moved deletion. 
Motion carried by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Gallagher, MacPhee, Mancuso, Mead, Sullivan, 
Uhl— 6. 

Noes: Supervisors Brown, Colman, Gartland, Green, Meyer — 5. 

Index 66, sheet 25, line 18. Remodeling Fourth and Fifth Floors, 
425 Mason Street, $12,000. 

Supervisor Uhl, seconded by Supervisor Gallagher, moved deletion. 
Motion failed by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Gallagher, MacPhee, Mancuso, Mead, Uhl — 5. 
Noes: Supervisors Brown, Colman, Gartland, Green, Meyer, Sul- 
livan — 6. 



MONDAY, MAY 21, 1945 1047 

Index 66, sheet 16, line 17. Commissions, Bank Collections, 
$32,500. 

Mr. Scott explained the item. Banks receive five cents per collec- 
tion. It is a great convenience to consumers. 

Supervisor Uhl moved that the item be reduced to $15,000. 
Motion failed for want of a second. 

Index 66, sheet 21, line 25. Replace Caretaker's Cottage, C. S. 
Dam, $10,000. 

Supervisor Mancuso, seconded by Supervisor MacPhee, moved that 
the foregoing appropriation be reduced to $7,000. 
No objection, and motion approved. 

Supervisor Mead announced that inasmuch as the Board had 
voted to rescind its previous action with regard to Mr. Eckart, he 
thought the Board should make that action unanimous. 

Supervisor Uhl announced that he could not do that. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Brown, moved ap- 
proval of the budget for the San Francisco Water Department. 

Motion carried and budget approved by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Brown, Colman, Gallagher, Gartland, Green, 
MacPhee, Mancuso, Meyer, Sullivan — 9. 

Noes: Supervisors Mead, Uhl — 2. 

Index 68.0 — Public Utilities Commission — Hetch Hetchy Water 
Supply. 

Index 68.0, sheet 13, line 24. Cottage at Lake Eleanor, $15,000. 

Supervisor Uhl protested the foregoing item. 

Supervisor Mancuso, seconded by Supervisor Brown, moved that 
the foregoing appropriation be reduced to $10,000. 

Supervisor MacPhee announced that Mr. Cahill had spoken to the 
Mayor and to the members of the Finance Committee about the fore- 
going appropriation and urged that it be not deleted. The building 
is in a very difficult location. The building must be a permanent 
structure. 

Motion carried by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Brown, Gallagher, Gartland, Mancuso, Sullivan, 
Uhl— 6. 

Noes: Supervisors Colman, Green, MacPhee, Mead, Meyer — 5. 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Sullivan, 
moved approval of the budget for the Hetch Hetchy Water Supply. 
No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 69 — Department of Education — County Offices. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained the foregoing budget. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Meyer, moved ap- 
proval. 
No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 70. San Francisco Unified School District. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Green, moved ap- 
proval. 

Supervisor Brown, in discussing the foregoing departmental bud- 
get, stated that the Board has nothing to say about the budget. The 
Board can only pass it, but cannot amend it. The school budget shows 



1048 MONDAY, MAY, 21, 1945 

an increase of $1,252,000, or about 8 per cent or 9 per cent of the in- 
crease included in the budget. Included in the budget is $1,000,000 for 
Special Accumulative Building Fund. There is a saving of $40,000 
on Civilian Defense. The Board can do nothing on this budget except 
to vote "Aye." However, Supervisor Brown stated, he was protest- 
ing against the increased cost of education in San Francisco. The 
school population for the past ten years has consistently shown a 
decrease. One-third of the responsibility for increase in the tax 
rate will belong to the School Department. 

Supervisor Colman pointed out that there was $1,500,000 in build- 
ing funds. That will save the taxpayers of some future generation. 
Aside from the building program, their increase is about 2 per cent 
on a $14,000,000 budget. That is not out of line. 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Meyer, 
moved approval. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 68.1 — Public Utilities Commission — Hetch Hetchy Power 
Operative. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Meyer, moved ap- 
proval. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 68.2 — Public Utilities Commission — Utilities Engineering. 
Supervisor MacPhee explained. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Sullivan, moved ap- 
proval. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Index 68.79 — Public Utilities Commission — Hetch Hetchy War 
Emergency. 

Supervisor MacPhee explained. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Mancuso, moved 
approval. 

No objection, and budget approved. 

Tree Planting Program. 

Supervisor Mead again brought up the proposed tree planting 
program, which he had opposed earlier during the proceedings. He 
then moved approval of an item of $10,000 to be included in the 
budget to start the three planting program proposed by Art Commis- 
sioner Bufano. Motion seconded by Supervisor Green. 

Supervisor Colman opposed the motion. A group of responsible 
citizens are going to try to raise a sum of $100,000 to $150,000 for 
such project. That amount would apparently take care of the main- 
tenance of trees. The Board of Supervisors should delay action on 
the matter. He would vote against the motion. 

Supervisor MacPhee also opposed the motion. He stated he was 
not opposed to the program, which he thought to be very much 
worth while. He thought that the matter, though, should be con- 
sidered at a later date, and he intended to bring the matter up 
before the Post War Planning Committee and see if money could 
not be provided in some way for the program. 

Motion failed by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Mead, Meyer, Sullivan — 3. 

Noes: Supervisors Brown, Colman, Gallagher, Gartland, Green, 
MacPhee, Mancuso, Uhl — 8. 



MONDAY, MAY 21, 1945 1049 

Consideration of Supplemental Budget Requests. 

Index 38 — Department of Public Works — Bureau of Building 
Repair. 

Index 38, sheet 6, line 13. Foreman Cement Finisher. Eliminate 
foregoing position. 

Index 38, sheet 3, line 13. Add position A208, General Foreman 
Cement Finisher at # 328, $1,968. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Mancuso, moved ap- 
proval. 

No objection, and supplemental budget request approved. 

Index 38, sheet 5, line 10. Increase number of Janitors from 58 to 
59. Change total from $127,028 to $128,876. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Green, moved ap- 
proval. 

No objection, and supplemental budget request approved. 

Index 38, sheet 7, line 35. Increase from $60,000 to $75,000 to 
cover the cost of alterations and repairs to private offices of the 
Controller. 

Supervisor Mancuso objected, and moved that the amount of the 
increase be reduced from $15,000 to $10,000. 

Supervisor Mead stated that he had thought, at first, that the 
amount was too high, but the Controller's office is an inside room. 
He now believed the amount not to be too great. 

Thereupon, the roll was called and the motion to reduce failed by 
the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Brown, Gallagher, Gartland, Mancuso — 4. 

Noes: Supervisors Brown, Colman, Green, MacPhee, Mead, Meyer, 
Uhl— 7. 

Whereupon, Supervisor Sullivan, seconded by Supervisor Meyer, 
moved approval. 

Motion carried and supplemental budget request approved by the 
following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Brown, Colman, Gallagher, Green, MacPhee, 
Mead, Meyer, Sullivan, Uhl — 9. 

Noes: Supervisors Colman, Mancuso — 2. 

Index 45 — Department of Public Works — Bureau of Street Repair. 
Index 45, sheet 3, line 14. Increase asphalt workers from 7 to 21. 
Sheet 3, line 15. Increase asphalt finishers from 4 to 7. 
No funds required. 

Supervisor Gallagher, seconded by Supervisor Mancuso, moved 
approval. 

No objection, and supplemental budget request approved. 

Index 50.1 — Department of Public Health — Central Office Admin- 
istration. 

Index 50.1, sheet 2, line 18. One Assistant Director of Public 
Health, at $500. 

Delete the foregoing item. 

Supervisor Gallagher, seconded by Supervisor Mancuso, moved 
approval. 

No objection, and supplemental budget request approved. 

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1050 MONDAY, MAY, 21, 1945 

Index 50.6 — Department of Public Health — Central Office — Ven- 
ereal Disease Control. 

Index 50.6, sheet 2, line 3. General Clerk-Stenographer, 4 at $160- 
200, total $9,240. Change to 3 at $160-200, $6,840. 

Index 50.6, sheet 2, line 5. General Clerk-Typist, 3 at $160-200, 
total $6,240. Change to 4 at $160-200, $8,160. 

Index 50.6, sheet 2, line 8. Porter, 2 at $115-140, total $3,619. 
Change to 1 at $115-140, $1,771, and Subforeman, 1 at $140-150, 
$1,841. 

Index 50.6, sheet 2, line 15. Psychologist, 1 at $175-200, total 
$2,260. Change to Senior Psychologist, 1 at $200-250, $2,400. 

Supervisor Gallagher, seconded by Supervisor Mancuso, moved 
approval. 

No objection, and supplemental budget request approved. 

Index 50.21 — Department of Public Health — Central Office — 
Tuberculosis Bureau. 

Index 50.21, sheet 2, line 3. General Clerk-Typist (part time), 2 
at $79.50, total $1,908. Change to General Clerk-Typist, 1 at $160- 
200, $1,920. 

Supervisor Gallagher, seconded by Supervisor Mancuso, moved 
approval. 

No objection, and supplemental budget request approved. 

Index 53 — Department of Public Health — San Francisco Hospital. 

Index 53, sheet 4, line 6. Waitresses, 8 at $110-135, total $15,552. 
Change to 9 at $110-135, $17,136. 

Index 53, sheet 4, line 8. Waiter, 4 at $110-135, $7,056. Change 
to 3 at $110-135, $5,472. 

Supervisor Gallagher, seconded by Supervisor Mancuso, moved 
approval. 

No objection, and supplemental budget approved. 

Index 53 — Department of Public Health — San Francisco Hospital. 

Index 53, sheet 4, line 18. Laundress, 4 at $115-140, total $8,064. 
Change to 11 at $115-140, $11,484. (a) 

Index 53, sheet 4, line 19. Starcher, —1 at —$2,016. Change to 

1 at $115-140, $504 (b) 

Index 53, sheet 4, line 24. Tumblerman, — 1 at —$1,800. Change 
to 1 at $125-150, $450. (b) 

Index 53, sheet 4, line 25. Washer, — 2 at — $4,344. Change to 

2 at $150-175, $1,116 (b) 

(a) 4 at 12 months' compensation. 
7 at 3 months' compensation. 

(b) 3 months' compensation. 

Supervisor Mancuso, seconded by Supervisor Gallagher, moved 
approval. 

No objection, and supplemental budget request approved. 

Index 62 — Public Utilities Commission — General Office. 

Supervisor MacPhee called attention to supplemental budget re- 
quest in amount of $42,730, or a net increase of $19,735 over the exist- 
ing budget request. The reason for the additional sum requested was 
"for the purpose of funding the activities of a Bureau of Personnel 
created by Public Utilities Commission by Resolution No. 6688 on 
April 9, 1945, and a Bureau of Public Service and Employee Rela- 
tions, created by Resolution No. 6705 on April 16, 1945. It will be 
noted that it is the intent of Resolution No. 6705 to abolish the exist- 



MONDAY, MAY 21, 1945 1051 

ing Bureau of Public Relations as of July 1, 1945, contingent upon 
the approval by yourself (the Mayor) and the Board of Supervisors 
of the supplemental appropriation herewith requested. 

"Creation of the Bureau of Personnel was deemed advisable to 
expedite the personnel work of the Public Utilities Commission, 
which now has in excess of four thousand employments in the Munic- 
ipal Railway operation, alone." 

Supervisor MacPhee reported further that at the time the matter 
was considered by the Mayor, the members of the Finance Commit- 
tee were present and they opposed the supplemental appropriation. 
However, a compromise had been agreed to. 

Thereupon, Supervisor Meyer, seconded by Supervisor Gallagher, 
moved approval of the supplemental budget request, as amended and 
approved by the Mayor. 

Mr. Sues, representing the Civil Service Commission, declared 
that positions to be set up were subject to salary standardization. 

Thereupon, the following, as recommended by his Honor, the 
Mayor, was taken up: 

PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION 

Index 62 Bureau of Personnel 

Appropriation 

562.110.03— Permanent Salaries $ 5,100 

B— Director, 1 at $425 $5,100 

562.860.03 — Pensions and»Retirement 360 

Bureau of Public Service and Employee Relations 

562.110.04 — Permanent Salaries 15,720 

B— Director, 1 at $550 $6,600 

B — Assistant Director, 1 at $400 4,800 

B408 — General Clerk-Stenographer, 

2 at $160-200 4,320 

562.111.04 — Allowance for Overtime 300 

562.200.04 — Contractual Services 10,200 

OE201 — Travel Expense and Local Fares $1,000 

218— Mtce. and Rep. Office Equipment 25 

233— Postage 150 

234 — Printing and Advertising 7,500 

235 — Subscriptions to Newspapers 125 

269 — Other Professional and Special Services . . 500 

854 — Membership Dues 400 

298— Other Contractual Services 500 

562.300.04 — Materials and Supplies 500 

OE371— Stationery and Office Supplies $ 500 

>62.400.04 — Equipment 620 

OE402— Desks and Chairs $ 200 

402— Filing Cabinets 150 

412 — Typewriters 270 

562.860.04 — Pensions and Retirement 910 



$33,710 
Approved by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Colman, Gallagher, Gartland, Mancuso, Mead, 
[eyer, Sullivan — 7. 
Noes: Supervisors Brown, Green, MacPhee, Uhl — 4. 



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MONDAY, MAY, 21, 1945 



Index 63 — Public Utilities Commission — Bureau of Light, Heat and 
Power. 

Supervisor MacPhee presented the following supplemental budget 
request for the Bureau of Light, Heat and Power, Public Utilities 
Commission. 

Index 63 Bureau of Light, Heat and Power 

Sheet Line Class Title or Description Amount 

Appropriation 

ADD 563.110.00 — Permanent Salaries $ 8,400 

4 2% B308A Calculating Mach. Opr., 1 at $150. .$1,800 

4 4i/2 B512 General Clerk-Typist, 1 at $160 1,920 

4 8 F106D Designer-Elec, 1 at $340 4,080 

4 10y 2 F410 Engineer-Elec, 1 at $375 4,500 

4 9 F356 Elec. Eng. Inspt., 1 at $325 —3,900 

$8,400 

Appropriation 

563.200.00— Contractual Services 600 

5 5 Storage and Care of Vehicles $ 120 

5 IIV2 Rental of Office Equipment and Machines 480 

$ 600 

Appropriation 

563.300.00— Materials and Supplies 400 

5 19 Fuel and Illuminants $ 100 

5 20 Stationery and Office Supplies 300 

$ 400 

Appropriation 

• 563.400.00— Equipment 3,370 

5 25V 2 1 Automobile $2,000 

26V 2 1 Desk and Chair 200 

27 1 Typewriter 120 

27% 1 Comptometer 350 

28% 1 Calculating Machine 700 

$3,370 

Appropriation 

1 13 563.860.00 — Pension and Retirement 504 

Total Increase $13,274 

On motion by Supervisor Gallagher, seconded by Supervisor Green, 
the foregoing supplemental budget request was approved without 
objection. 

Index 65 — Public Utilities Commission — Municipal Railway Con- 
solidated. 

Supervisor MacPhee presented supplemental budget request from 
Municipal Railway Consolidated for appropriations amounting to 
$557,237, which sum, however, was offset by a reduction of $228,063 
for the purchase payment from the Market Street Railway earnings 
and reduction of $329,174 for the purchase payment from the Munic- 
ipal Railway's earnings. The supplemental request had been ap- 
proved by his Honor, the Mayor, in reduced amount, however, total- 
ing $451,704. Following is supplemental budget request as approved 
by the Mayor: 



MONDAY, MAY 21, 1945 1053 

Index 65 Municipal Railway 

Sheet Line OE Class Title or Description Increase Decrease 

1 2 110 Permanent Salaries $ 36,516 

6 130 Wages 38,417 

8 200 Contractual Services $113,100 

10 244 Tire Rental 12,000 

15 815 Miscellaneous Insurance 22,500 

18 880 Rents 3,900 

22 900-03 P. U. C. General Office 8,427 

2 4 500-00 Additions and Betterments 20,000 

6 551-50 Purchase Payment and Interest 

on Deferred Payments 47,597 

7 551-00 Purchase Payment and Interest 

on Deferred Payments 

(Municipal Railway) 329,174 

12 990-00 Surplus Fund— Charter Sec. 127 271,777 



$451,704 $451,704 
Supervisor Gallagher, seconded by Supervisor Meyer, moved ap- 
proval of the foregoing supplemental budget request. 

No objection, and supplemental budget request approved. 

Index 66 — Public Utilities Commission — San Francisco Water 
Department. 

Supervisor MacPhee presented supplemental budget request in 
amount of $21,365 to provide for the Water Department's pro rata 
of the additional amount required for the services of the Public 
Utilities Commission in connection with the creation of the Bureau 
of Personnel and the Bureau of Public Service and Employee Rela- 
tions. The Mayor, however, approved the request in the amount of 
$16,855 only. 

Supervisor Gallagher moved approval of Mayor's recommendation. 

Supplemental budget request, as approved by the Mayor, was 
approved by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Colman, Gallagher, Gartland, Mancuso, Mead, 
Meyer, Sullivan — 7. 

Noes: Supervisors Brown, Green, MacPhee, Uhl — 4. 

Index 66, sheet 10, line 24. Increase compensation of Ranger from 
$187-$10 to $190-$10, and increase amount of appropriation from 
$2,574 to $2,616, an increase of $42. 

Supervisor Sullivan, seconded by Supervisor Meyer, moved ap- 
proval. 

No objection, and supplemental budget request approved. 

Index 68.1 — Public Utilities Commission — Hetch Hetchy Power 
Operative. 

Supervisor MacPhee presented supplemental budget request in 
amount of $10,682 to provide for Department's pro rata of the addi- 
tional amount required for the services of the Public Utilities Com- 
mission in connection with the creation of the Bureau of Personnel 
and the Bureau of Public Service and Employee Relations. The 
Mayor, however, approved the request in the amount of $8,428 only. 

Supervisor Gallagher moved approval of Mayor's recommendation. 

Supplemental budget request, as approved by the Mayor, was 
approved by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Colman, Gallagher, Gartland, Mancuso, Mead, 
Meyer, Sullivan — 7. 

Noes: Supervisors Brown, Green, MacPhee, Uhl — 4. 



1054 MONDAY, MAY, 21, 1945 

Index 68 — Public Utilities Commission — Hetch Hetchy Water 
Supply. 

Supervisor MacPhee presented supplemental budget request to 
convert from a daily to a monthly rate, on a five-day per week basis, 
position of Foreman Carpenter in Hetch Hetchy Water Supply, Power 
and Utilities Engineering Bureau, Intra- and Inter-departmental 
Employments. Salary change from per diem rate of $13 to monthly 
rate of i) $276.50 N. No change necessary in the amount of money 
to be appropriated. 

Supervisor Gallagher, seconded by Supervisor Meyer, moved 
approval. 

No objection, and supplemental budget request approved. 

Index 68.1 — Public Utilities Commission — Hetch Hetchy Power 
Operative. 

Supervisor MacPhee presented supplemental budget request for 
$1,131,500, necessary to operate Hetch Hetchy power plant in con- 
nection with anticipated sale of electric power. 

Supervisor Brown moved the deletion of two items, as follows: 
1 Calculating Machine, at $850; 1 Automobile at $2,500, or a total of 
$3,350. After brief discussion, and explanation by Mr. Robert Scott 
as to the need of equipment proposed to be deleted, the roll was 
called and the motion to delete was carried by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Brown, Gallagher, Gartland, Green, MacPhee, 
Mancuso, Mead, Sullivan, Uhl — 9. 

Noes: Supervisors Colman, Meyer — 2. 

Thereupon, the following supplemental budget request, as amended, 
and reading as follows, was taken up: 

Index 68.1 Hetch Hetchy Power Operative 

Sheet Line Class Title or Description Amount 

Appropriation 

15 1 568.110.01 — Permanent Salaries $ 9,540 

17 3V 2 B408 General Clerk-Steno., 1 at $160. .$1,920 

17 15% F406 El. Engr. Designer, 1 at $260 3,120 

17 16 F410 Engineer, Electrical, 1 at $375... 4,500 

$9,540 

Appropriation 

15 3 568.120.01— Temporary Salaries 400 

15 4 568.200.01— Contractual Services 200 

15 9V 2 568.231.01-1— Purchase of Power for Resale 

Outside San Francisco 475,000 

15 9V 2 568.231.01-2— Service Charge for Transmission 

and Distribution Facilities 766,000 

15 10 568.300.01— Materials and Supplies 200 

15 16 568.860.01— Pension and Retirement 536 

15 17 568.880.01 — Rental of Transmission Line 54,000 

15 25 568.400.01— Equipment 995 

21 31 1 Desk and Chair $110 

2 Filing Cabinets 160 

1 Adding Machine 600 

1 Typewriter 125 

$995 

$1,306,871 



MONDAY, MAY 21, 1945 1055 

Decrease: 

Appropriation 

15 31 568.900.01-1— Contribution to Hetch Hetchy 
Water Supply for Bond Interest and Re- 
demption —178,721 



Net Increase $1,128,150 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Mancuso, moved 
approval. 

No objection, and supplemental budget request, as amended, 
approved. 

Index 71 — Civil Service Commission. 

Supervisor MacPhee presented supplemental budget request from 
the Civil Service Commission, as follows: 

Index 71, sheet 1, line 13, and sheet 4, line 29. Salary Survey, 
$12,500. Deletion of amount requested. 

Index 71, sheet 1, line 40, and sheet 2, line 14. Assistant Personnel 
Director. Deletion of item requested. 

Index 71, sheet 1, line 8, and sheet 3, line 17. Contractual Services. 
Reduce by $170. 

Index 71, sheet 1, line 6, and sheet 2, line 31. Temporary Salaries. 
Increase to $9,000. 

Index 71, sheet 2, line 12. Senior Personnel Assistants. Reduce 
number of employments from seven to five. 

Index 71, sheet 2, line 11. Personnel Assistants. Increase number 
of employments from four to five. 

Index 71, sheet 2, line 7. General Clerk-Stenographers. Increase 
number of employments from six to seven. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Mancuso, moved 
approval. 

No objection, and supplemental budget request approved. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Mancuso, moved that 
the cost of other provisions included in the salary ordinance be 
financed from funds in Compensation Reserve Fund. 

Explanation of Vote. 

Supervisor Uhl announced that he desired to give his reasons for 
voting "No" on the budget. He regretted that the Board had not been 
able to reduce the budget. He felt a saving could have been made in 
the budget, which had not been made. For that reason he would 
vote "No." 

Approval of Budget Refused. 
Supervisor MacPhee moved approval of the budget. 
Motion failed by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Brown, Colman, Gartland, Green, Meyer — 5. 
Noes: Supervisors Gallagher, MacPhee, Mancuso, Mead, Sullivan, 
Uhl— 6. 

Thereupon, Supervisor Colman moved that the Board adjourn. 
Motion failed by the following vote: 

»Ayes: Supervisors Colman, Mead, Uhl, Green — 4. 
Noes: Supervisors Brown, Gallagher, Gartland, MacPhee, Mancuso, 
eyer, Sullivan — 7. 
Supervisor Mead moved that the Board rescind its action in 
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1056 MONDAY, MAY, 21, 1945 

City and County will have no budget for the coming year. He had 
voted "No" because Supervisor Uhl had advised the members in 
advance that he would not vote for the budget. There were many 
things in the budget, Supervisor Mead continued, that he did not 
like, but he would vote for approval of the budget. He urged that 
the Board go on record unanimously either for, or in opposition to, 
the budget. 

Motion seconded by Supervisor Sullivan. 

Supervisor Gallagher announced that he was as economically 
minded as any member of the Board. He had tried to amend the 
Board of Supervisors' budget. He could not get any cooperation. He 
believed the tax rate would be too high. While he had cast a "No" 
vote, he had done so in order to get a deal out of Supervisor Uhl, 
to make the vote unanimous. This was the Supervisors' budget, and 
the Board would be blamed for any raise in the taxes. The blame 
should fall on the Mayor, the commissions, the Supervisors, and on 
everyone else concerned for any increase in the tax rate. 

Supervisor Colman declared that he did not care to vote against 
the budget. He must vote for it; he had no other responsibility. 

Action Rescinded. 

Thereupon, the Board rescinded its previous action, in refusing to 
approve the budget, by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Brown, Colman, Gallagher, Gartland, Green, 
MacPhee, Mancuso, Mead, Meyer, Sullivan — 10. 

No: Supervisor Uhl — 1. 

Supervisor MacPhee, following the foregoing vote, stated that he 
was well satisfied with the budget. With some of the items therein, 
he did not agree, but, all in all, he thought the budget would mean a 
great deal to San Francisco. The people would get real value from it. 
Funds have been provided for capital expenditures that should have 
been provided many years ago. The Mayor, he thought, had done a 
good job on the budget. It was not possible for any one man to do 
this job perfectly, and all the Supervisors have done a good job, and 
although the Board will be held up to criticism to a great extent, 
such criticism will not be justified. The public will get real value 
from the budget. He would be glad to vote for it. 

Approval of Budget. 

Thereupon, the roll was again called and the Board, by the follow- 
ing vote, approved the budget: 

Ayes: Supervisors Brown, Colman, Gallagher, Gartland, Green, 
MacPhee, Mancuso, Mead, Meyer, Sullivan — 10. 

No: Supervisor Uhl — 1. 

Correction of Clerical Errors. 

Supervisor Brown moved that the Clerk be authorized to correct 
any necessary clerical errors in the budget. 
No objection, and so ordered. 

Excused From Attendance. 

Supervisor Meyer, at his own request, was excused from attendanc 
at the next meeting of the Board. 

ADJOURNMENT. 

There being no further business, the Board, at the hour of 3: 
A. M., May 22, 1945, adjourned. 

DAVID A. BARRY, Clerk. 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 1057 

SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945—11:00 A. M. 



In Board of Supervisors, San Francisco, Saturday, May 26, 1945, 
11:00 A.M. 

The Board met in special session to consider the annual salary 
ordinance and the annual appropriation ordinance. 

CALLING THE ROLL. 

The roll was called and the following Supervisors were noted 
present: 

Supervisors Brown, Colman, Gartland, Green, MacPhee, Mancuso, 
Mead, Meyer, Sullivan — 8. 

Absent: Supervisors Gallagher, Mancuso, Uhl — 3. 

Quorum present. 

Supervisor Brown presiding, on motion by Supervisor Mead. 
Supervisor Gallagher attending funeral. 
Supervisor Mancuso was noted present at 1 1 : 30 A. M. 
Consideration of Annual Salary Ordinance. 

The Clerk presented communication from Civil Service Commis- 
sion, suggesting, at the request of Mr. Harry Ross, of the Controller's 
Office, the addition, at the end of Section 1, of the following language: 

"The word 'position' or 'positions' as used in this ordinance shall 
be construed to include 'office' or 'offices,' and the word 'employee' 
or 'employees' shall be construed to include 'officer' or 'officers'." 

Mr. Henderson, representing the Civil Service Commission, stated 
that there were positions in the salary ordinance properly designated 
as offices, or officers. He could not see what particular good it would 
do, but the proposed amendment could do no harm. The Civil Service 
Commission had no objection to the inclusion of the words as sug- 
gested. 

After further brief discussion, Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by 
Supervisor Green, moved approval of the proposed amendment. 
No objection, and amendment approved. 

The Clerk presented communication from Civil Service Commis- 
sion, approving request of the Director of Public Works that the class 
F410 Engineer be deleted from the list of employments appearing in 
the salary ordinance for the fiscal year 1945-1946, and included in 
Section 1.8 thereof. 

Mr. Henderson explained the effect of the proposal would be to 
permit payment for overtime worked, whereas, when the class F410 
Engineers work overtime now, they are allowed time off in lieu of 
overtime pay. The Commission denied this request on two different 
occasions, but Mr. Vensano has urged that if the men are not allowed 
pay for overtime work, it will not be possible to complete necessary 
work on post-war programs. The Commission has now changed its 
decision, and has approved the request. 

Deputy City Attorney Dion Holm, in reply to questioning as to 
the right of the Board to amend the salary ordinance, stated that 
the Board had such right so long as it did not affect the existing 
budget. 

Mr. Henderson stated that money has been appropriated and was 
in the budget, as approved. 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Green, 
moved approval of the proposed amendment. 



1058 SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 

Supervisor Brown objected to the amendment. He was opposed 
to that sort of procedure, making changes in a document so impor- 
tant as the salary ordinance, at the last moment. 

The Chief Administrative Officer agreed with the statement by- 
Mr. Henderson. The Engineering Department is trying to provide 
many projects for post-war work. The Department is short some 
120 men that are required in order to get out a full program within 
a specified time. There is a possibility of getting engineers from 
down town, provided the Department can furnish supervision. The 
present salary ordinance does not provide for payment of overtime 
for engineers, but they are allowed time off. They are not interested 
in time off, or even in overtime, but they will cooperate in working 
evenings and Saturday mornings supervising such engineers as can 
be obtained from outside sources. For this reason we are asking 
permission to pay engineers for overtime employment. This matter 
has been discussed for a number of months, and we have just 
arrived at the point where the Civil Service Commission has agreed 
to recommending this amendment. It will not cost the City anything. 
If the amendment is not approved, the same work will have to be 
done, but over a longer period of time. Applications must be on file 
by the end of this year in order to participate in the $10,000,000 
allocation by the State. 

Supervisor Colman, after discussing the proposed amendment 
briefly, stated that the amendment seemed to be in order, and, as far 
as he was concerned, was satisfactory. He could see no reason to 
vote against it. 

Thereupon, the roll was called, and the amendment was approved 
by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Colman, Gartland, Green, MacPhee, Mancuso, 
Mead, Meyer, Sullivan — 8. 

No: Supervisor Brown — 1. 

Absent: Supervisors Gallagher, Uhl — 2. 

The Clerk presented communication from the Civil Service Com- 
mission, announcing the classification of two positions established in 
the Bureau of Public Service and Employee Relations, as follows: 
B54, Director, Bureau of Public Service; B55, Assistant Director, 
Bureau of Public Service. 

Mr. Henderson explained that the foregoing was merely the titling 
of positions heretofore set up in the budget. It does not affect the 
compensation at all. 

Supervisor Green, seconded by Supervisor Mead, moved approval. 
Motion carried without objection. 

Subsequently during the proceedings, Supervisor MacPhee an- 
nounced that he desired to have his vote recorded as "No" on the 
Director, Bureau of Public Service, and the Assistant Director of 
Public Service. 

Supervisor Mead suggested that the foregoing statement be 
recorded in the record, inasmuch as the matter had already been 
acted on. 

Whereupon, Supervisor MacPhee accepted the suggestion by Super- 
visor Mead. 

The Clerk presented communication from the Civil Service Com- 
mission, transmitting, with the Commission's approval, request by 
the Board of Education that 90 positions be included in the list of 
positions of employees authorized to work in excess of 40 hours per 
week. These employments are included in the present salary ordi- 
nance, but were deleted at the meeting of the Finance Committee 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 1059 

held on the evening of April 23, 1945, at the behest of the employee 
organizations. The present request is only for the period of the 
summer vacations. The positions in question are: 40 CI 02 Jani- 
tresses, 40 C104 Janitors, and 10 C107 Working Foreman Janitors. 

Supervisor MacPhee reported on the Finance Committee's con- 
sideration of the foregoing request. The Committee felt that if the 
janitors were called on to work on Saturday or Sunday, it was 
emergency overtime, and they should be so paid. The Board of Edu- 
cation wants men to work on Saturday and Sunday. The Board of 
Education wants the privilege of having the janitors work five days 
within seven days. If the salary ordinance is amended, the janitors 
will be called on to work five days within seven, otherwise they will 
work 40 hours per week, anytime from Monday to Friday, inclusive. 
If, as a result of a late meeting, janitors cannot be obtained to work 
on Friday night, they can come to work earlier on Monday morning 
to do the work. 

Supervisor Colman inquired as to the effect upon expenditures. If 
the Board of Supervisors desires to take action to increase the appro- 
priation of the Board of Education, he wanted to know about it. 

Mr. Henderson stated that if the request is denied, and if the 
Board of Education requires janitors to work on Saturday, it would 
increase the Board's expenditures by paying time and one-half on 
Saturday instead of straight time. However, Mr. Henderson con- 
tinued, he had been informed that if this request is denied, the Board 
of Education will charge the Recreation Department with the addi- 
tional salary expense. Thus, the Board of Education will not have 
any extra pay at all. The proposal of the Board of Education is not 
in the draft of the salary ordinance at present, and nothing has yet 
been adopted. 

Mr. Schlesinger, secretary of the Civil Service Building Main- 
tenance Union, Local No. 66A, in discussing the foregoing matter, 
stated that this was the same situation that has been going on for 
several years in the Board of Education. During the ten-week holi- 
day season there is operated a recreation center for small children 
in certain schools. Last year the janitors asked that they receive 
time and one-half for overtime work. It is not a permanent situation 
or a regular job, and it would defeat the purpose of salary standard- 
ization to consider it on a straight-time basis. Now the Board of 
Education wants to use the whip-hand situation of the Recreation 
Department taking the matter over. 

Supervisor Mancuso then urged that the Board follow the recom- 
mendation of the Finance Committee. If the proposal of the Board 
of Education is adopted it would be in effect a reduction of salary. 
It would not be fair. 

Supervisor Colman called attention to previous actions of the 
Board. The Board has already had requests from various depart- 
ments to make amendments. One came from the Chief Adminis- 
trative Officer, which he explained, and which was, as far as he 
personally was concerned, satisfactory, and the amendment was 
approved. The Board had an amendment from the Civil Service 
Commission, the explanation of which again, as far as he was con- 
cerned, was satisfactory. Now this request comes from a depart- 
ment over which the Board has very little control. He would like 
to hear what the Board of Education has in mind; he would like to 
be consistent. Because of the prospective high tax rate he was 
inclined to think that the request should be allowed. 

Thereupon, the Chair advised that the parliamentary situation was, 
that the Board had received a request from the Board of Education, 



1060 SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 

for an amendment to the salary ordinance. If the amendment is 
defeated the appropriation ordinance is not changed. 

Whereupon, Supervisor Colman moved that the request of the 
Board of Education be allowed. 
Motion failed for want of a second. 

The following communication from the Civil Service Commission 
was presented and read by the Clerk: 

May 25, 1945. 

The Board of Supervisors, 
City Hall, San Francisco. 
Gentlemen: 

Under date of May 9, 1945, the Chief Administrative Officer 
addressed a letter to the commission reporting the cost of meals 
furnished employees of the Department of Public Health, which reads 
as follows: 

"Following is a tabulation of the cost of meals served 
during March, 1945, in the employees' dining room of the 
San Francisco Hospital. You may be interested in these cost 
figures in connection with your preparation of the salary 
ordinance for the next fiscal year. 

Breakfast $.322 

Midday meal 502 

Evening meal 484 

Midnight supper 468 

Average of all meals $.444 

"These figures have been furnished by the Department 
of Public Health." 

On May 14 the Commission forwarded the above information to 
the Board of Supervisors for consideration in connection with the 
budget estimates but without specific recommendation from the 
Commission. At the Finance Committee meeting yesterday the 
Finance Committee requested that the Commission make a recom- 
mendation covering this matter. I have communicated with mem- 
bers of the Civil Service Commission and I am authorized to advise 
your honorable Board that the Commission feels that charges for 
meals furnished employees should cover the cost to the City of the 
meals and so recommends. Formal action confirming this recom- 
mendation will be taken by the Commission at its next meeting. 

You are therefore advised that the Commission recommends the 
following schedule of charges for accommodations furnished em- 
ployees. These charges for employees of the Department of Public 
Health cover the cost of meals as reported to the Chief Administra- 
tive Officer by the Department of Public Health: 

Proposed Present 

New Charge Charge 

Single meal (breakfast) $ .35 $ .3! 

Single meal (other than breakfast) 50 .3J 

1 meal per day (breakfast) 9.80 10.0( 

1 meal per day (other than breakfast) 14.75 10.0( 

2 meals per day (breakfast and one other) 24.55 16.5( 

2 meals per day (not including breakfast) 29.50 16.5( 

3 meals per day 39.30 22.5( 

Room or house . . $10 per month or 35^ per night 

Laundry 2.50 2.5( 

Board, room and laundry 51.80 35.0( 

Room, Hassler Health Home 5.00 5.0( 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 1061 

Proposed Present 

New Charge Charge 

Board, room and laundry for Camp Assistants at 
Camp Mather and for employees of Boys' Ranch 
School (each) 22.00 22.00 

Room and board for adult dependents of employees 

at Boys' Ranch School (each) 10.00 10.00 

Family maintenance furnished the Director of 
Boys' Ranch School and Agricultural Instructor 
(each) 42.00 42.00 

Complete family maintenance furnished the Super- 
intendent of Laguna Honda Home and the 
Superintendent of the San Francisco Hospital 
(each) 183.60 150.00 

Complete family maintenance furnished the Physi- 
cian and Assistant Superintendent, Medical, 
Laguna Honda Home 108.60 75.00 

Complete family maintenance furnished the Resi- 
dent Physician and the Superintendent of Hassler 
Health Home 108.60 75.00 

Complete family maintenance furnished the Physi- 
cian Specialist and Resident Physician and 
Superintendent of Hassler Health Home (each) 108.60 75.00 

House furnished the Superintendent and Assistant 
Superintendent, Alameda Division of the Water 
Department, and the Assistant Superintendent 
of the Peninsula Division of the Water Depart- 
ment (each) 25.00 25.00 

House furnished the Superintendent of the Penin- 
sula Division of the Water Department 50.00 50.00 

House furnished the Operating Engineer of the 
Peninsula and Alameda Division of the Water 
Department 25.00 25.00 

House furnished the Operating Engineer of the 

Water Department 15.00 15.00 

House furnished to Superintendent, Park Depart- 
ment 50.00 50.00 

House furnished to the Director of the Zoo, Park 

Department 25.00 25.00 

House furnished to Junior Operating Engineer at 

the Murphy Windmill, Park Department 25.00 25.00 

We are advised that the cost report by the Department of Public 
Health included only the cost of food and direct labor involved in 
the preparing and serving of the meals, and does not include cost 
of overhead administration, rent, fuel, or equipment. 

The schedule of charges should be included in Section 2.8 of the 
annual salary ordinance. 

Very truly yours, 

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION, 
WILLIAM L. HENDERSON, 
Personnel Director and Secretary. 

Supervisor MacPhee announced that the foregoing communication 
set forth the actual cost of meals provided to employees. He then 
requested the privilege of the floor for Mr. Arthur Hare. 

Prvilege of the Floor. 

Mr. Hare objected to the Commission's recommendation with 
respect to the charges to be made for meals furnished employees. 
In the matter of breakfast, for instance, an employee may take only 
a cup of coffee, but he is charged the full rate for a breakfast. 



1062 SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 

A thorough survey should be made as to what each person eats. 
There has not been time to make a proper survey of the situation. 
This recommendation, if approved, will result in a reduction of salary 
of the low-paid workers. The City Attorney has ruled that anything 
done to change basic rates of the employees would be illegal. If it 
is illegal to give employees 10 per cent differential for night work, 
it is illegal to reduce the salary that they take home without making 
a proper survey. Restaurant prices are frozen; if the City increases 
the price of meals served to its employees, it will be violating OPA 
regulations. If this proposal is approved, it will mean a reduction 
of $16.50 per month in the pay of some of the employees. In closing, 
Mr. Hare urged the members of the Board to realize that if the 
recommendation should be approved, those who would suffer would 
be the people in the very lowest bracket of the City government. 

Mr. Frank Moitoza also opposed the proposed amendment. He 
agreed with the views expressed by Mr. Hare. 

Mr. Jefferies, representing the CIO, also agreed with the remarks 
made by the previous speakers. Approval would be a violation of 
National Wage Stabilization as well as OPA. Although the City is 
not bound legally to such regulation, it is bound morally. He urged 
the Board not to approve the recommendation. 

Supervisor Colman stated that he knew nothing about this matter. 
However, the prices as set up seem reasonable. If the men could eat 
elsewhere than at the various institutions, they would probably pay 
more and not get as good quality of food as the City offers. He did 
not believe there would be any violation of OPA regulations. The 
OPA makes provisions for adjustments. 

The Chief Administrative Officer reported that the Health Depart- 
ment has merely filed the figures. That is the only position of the 
Health Department in the matter. 

Supervisor MacPhee pointed out that this proposal has been recom- 
mended by the Finance Committee. 

Supervisor Mancuso questioned the statement by Supervisor Mac- 
Phee. The statement was made, he held, that the matter be brought 
into the Board and that Mr. Henderson should bring in some recom- 
mendation. No recommendation was made by the Finance Com- 
mittee. 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee stated that the matter was heard 
by the Finance Committee on Thursday. It was pointed out that 
these charges were the cost of operation for furnishing meals. The 
Civil Service Commission stated that it was making no recommenda- 
tion. After discussing the matter the Committee felt that if this 
represented the proper cost, the employees should pay such costs. 
The Committee then asked Mr. Henderson to make the proper recom- 
mendation for consideration by the Board. However, since that time 
he had reconsidered his own position. He did not want to work 
any hardship on the lower paid employees. However, the Board 
should consider the entire matter during consideration of salary 
standardization. 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee moved that the matter be held 
in abeyance and that further study be made in connection with the 
salary standardization program, when made available to the Board 
for consideration. Motion seconded by Supervisor Mead. 

Supervisor Colman stated that he had had nothing to do with the 
foregoing recommendation of the Civil Service Commission, but the 
proposal was before the Board for consideration. He was prepared 
to vote for payment of the highest prevailing wages paid for like 
work performed on the outside, whether it would increase or de- 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 1063 

crease the City's payroll. With regard to this proposal, we have come 
to a situation in which we are asking the City to provide meals, at 
cost. It opens up a great possible field as to what the City should 
do, which might run into large amounts of money. If the Civil 
Service Commission states that the prices reported represent the 
actual cost of materials, without any overhead charges, it seems that 
the City is performing its full duty to the employees. He agreed 
with Supervisor MacPhee that salary standardization should again 
be studied and that the Board should be told the highest prevailing 
wage, which is the law under which the City and County is gov- 
erned. As to this matter, he must be in favor of it. He did not want 
to injure anyone, but in voting on meal schedules such as these, 
he was not hurting anybody. There are citizens in San Francisco, 
regardless of their wages and conditions, who cannot obtain the 
same food at the same prices. 

Thereupon, Supervisor Colman moved, as a substitute motion, that 
the recommendation of the Civil Service Commission be adopted. 
Motion failed for want of a second. 

Supervisor Mead observed that the employees of practically every 
restaurant in California receive their meals free of charge. 

Supervisor Colman confirmed that statement, saying that it was in 
accord with union contracts. 

Mr. Henderson reported that no charge was being made for meals 
for kitchen helpers, cooks, waitresses, etc. 

Supervisor Mancuso announced that he would vote for the motion, 
but not because of the statement that the recommendation was 
against OPA regulations, or against salary standardization. That 
was not a true statement of fact. His reason for voting for the motion 
was that he did not think the Civil Service Commission, or any 
other department, should arbitrarily set a group of prices as cost, 
and expect a group of employees to be bound by such prices without 
having an opportunity of making an investigation on their own 
behalf. Employees are entitled to such privilege. We now have a 
one-sided recommendation. The other side has not been given a 
fair opportunity to present its case. 

Supervisor Colman, in closing his arguments, reviewed the status 
of the Civil Service Commission's recommendation. The position of 
the Finance Committee, according to Supervisor Mancuso, he stated, 
was this: The Committee was in favor of the employees paying the 
cost of the food. The Committee now finds out that the cost of the 
food has gone up. The Committee should have known that. When 
the Committee found that out, it changed its position. 

However, there is nothing to vote on because the motion to accept 
the Civil Service Commission's recommendation has failed for want 
of a second. 

Thereupon, the Chair, Supervisor Brown, stated that there was a 
motion before the Board, that the matter be held in abeyance. 

Supervisor MacPhee restated his motion: that the matter be held 
in abeyance until salary standardization was again considered. 

Thereupon, the Chair stated that in his opinion the determining 
factor would be the practice in private employments; if private 
employers, hospitals, etc., have not increased the price of meals to 
their employees, the City should not. 

Mr. Hare reported that the price of meals in private hospitals, 
under signed agreements, has not changed at all. If an employee 
misses a meal, he is reimbursed. 



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SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



Thereupon, the roll was called on motion by Supervisor MacPhee, 
and the motion was carried by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Brown, Colman, Gartland, Green, MacPhee, 
Mancuso, Mead, Meyer, Sullivan — 9. 
Absent: Supervisors Gallagher, Uhl — 2. 

The Clerk presented and read recommendation of Civil Service 
Commission, that the classifications Q4 Policewoman and Q20 Juve- 
nile Aid Officer be consolidated in a new class titled Q20 Police- 
woman and that the employments appearing under index 9, sheet 5, 
line 27, should read three Q20 Policewomen; and that the employ- 
ments appearing in index 9, sheet 6, line 18, should read ten Q20 
Policewomen. 

After explanation of the recommendation by Mr. Henderson, and 
on motion by Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Meyer, 
the recommendation was approved without objection. 

The Clerk presented and read the following communication from 
the Civil Service Commission. 

May 9, 194£ 

Board of Supervisors, 
City Hall, San Francisco. 

Gentlemen: 

We wish to call your attention to changes in classification of positions which i 
made subsequently to February 15, the date budget estimates were submitted to 
Controller. 

Department Index Sheet Line Civil Service Class Number and Title Salary 

Civil Service 71 2 12 2-G51 Personnel Assistant $175-225 

5-G52 Senior Personnel Assistant . . 225-275 

Park 12 8 31 1-057 Tree Topper 8.10 

Public Health 50-21 2 3 1-B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

50- 6 2 3 3-B408 General Clerk-Stenographer. 160-200 

1-B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

50- 6 2 8 1-1 204 Porter 115-140 

1-1 206 Porter Sub-Foreman 140-150 

50- 6 2 8 1-L406 Senior Psychologist 200-250 

Public Welfare 56- 2 2 16 36-B408 General Clerk-Stenographer. 160-200 

2-B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

Public Works 38 6 13 1-A208 General Foreman Cement 

Finisher 14.00 

38 6 26 11-E108 Electrician 13.60 

2-E108.1 Foreman Electrician 14.66 

Purchaser 33 2 17 12-B408 General Clerk-Stenographer . 160-20QJ 

1-B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-2001 

Recorder 30 2 7 3-B408 General Clerk-Stenographer. 160-20C! 

1-B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200J 

30 2 9 1-B228 Senior Clerk 200-2501 

1-B234 Head Clerk 250-30C) 

Purchaser 33 4 22 1-B310.1 Senior Tabulating Machine 

and Key Punch Operator. . 210-250 

May we request that the Board of Supervisors take appropriate action so 
these items may be properly reflected in the salary ordinance for the fiscal 
1945-1946. 

Very truly yours, 
CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION, 
WILLIAM L. HENDERSON, 
Personnel Director and Secretary. 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



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After explanation by Mr. Henderson, who stated that the recom- 
mendation was merely a question of titling existing position, and 
there was no change of compensation, on motion by Supervisor 
Colman, seconded by Supervisor Mancuso, the foregoing recom- 
mendation was approved without objection. 

The Clerk presented and read the following, from the Civil Service 
Commission: 

May 9, 1945. 
The Board of Supervisors, 
City Hall, San Francisco. 
Gentlemen: 

At the meeting of the Civil Service Commission held on April 18, 
1945, the Commission adopted reports on the surveys conducted 
in the San Francisco Water Department and the Hetch Hetchy Water 
Supply, Power and Utilities Engineering Bureau. 

As a result of the reallocations of positions made in these two 
departments, the following changes should be made in the 1945- 
1946 budget to reflect the correct civil service class number and 
title for employments appearing in the budget as indicated below: 

SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 

No. 
Positions Civil Service Classification Index Sheet Line 

1 B4 Bookkeeper 66 4 11 

1 BIO Accountant 4 11 

1 B222 General Clerk 4 18 

1 F104 Senior Draftsman 5 6 

1 C152 Watchman 5 18 

1 B234 Head Clerk : 6 18 

7 U122 Consumers Serviceman 6 19 

1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 7 12 

1 B311 Bookkeeping Machine Operator... 7 19 

1 B68 Chief Clerk 7 21 

1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 8 3 

1 0168.1 Operating Engineer 9 27 

1 1 60 Housekeeper 10 6 

1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 11 2 

3 058 Gardener 14 13 

6 U206 Water Department Worker 14 13 

1 Ol Chauffeur 14 13 

1 052 Farmer 14 13 

1 M53 Auto Mechanic 14 13 

1 U130 Reservoir Keeper 14 13 

1 A154 Carpenter 14 13 

1 M252 Machinist's Helper 14 13 

1 M60 Auto Fender and Body Worker 14 15 

HETCH HETCHY WATER SUPPLY, POWER AND 
UTILITIES ENGINEERING BUREAU 

No. 
Positions Civil Service Classification Index Sheet Line 

1 B6 Senior Bookkeeper 68-0 3 3 

6 E150 Lineman Helper 4 22 

7 E154 Lineman 4 23 

1 F604 Surveyor's Field Assistant 5 16 

1 J66 Garageman 5 16 

7 U206 Water Department Worker 5 16 

5 Ol Chauffeur (9.15) 5 23 

1 E154 Lineman 5 23 

5 E124 Senior Power House Operator 68-1 17 9 

1 O60 Sub-Foreman Gardener 17 23 

1 F104 Senior Draftsman 68-2 24 7 

2 U212 Ranger 68-79 26 2 



1066 SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 

May we request that you make the above changes. 

In the event the budget indicates that a larger number of em- 
ployees are listed on a line than those shown on the above list, the 
balance of such positions remain as presently shown. No sup- 
plemental appropriation is required. 

Yours very truly, 
CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION, 
WILLIAM L. HENDERSON, 
Personnel Director and Secretary. 

Supervisor Meyer, seconded by Supervisor MacPhee, moved ap- 
proval. 

No objection, and recommendation approved. 

The Clerk presented and read the following communications from 
the Civil Service Commission: 

May 17, 1945. 
The Board of Supervisors, 
City and County of San Francisco, 
City Hall, San Francisco. 

Gentlemen: 

We enclose herewith a summary of positions in excess of those 
presently established which require authorization in order that these 
employments may be included in listings of employments authorized 
to work in excess of 40 hours per week in the annual salary ordi- 
nance. 

At the Civil Service Commission meeting held on May 17, 1945, 
the Civil Service Commission approved all of the employments 
included in this list with the exception of the following: 

1 B33 Assistant Department Secretary, Police Department 
1 B84 Under Sheriff 
1 D66 Superintendent of Jail 
1 T72 Chief Juvenile Probation Officer 
The reason the Commission does not approve the authorization for 
an incumbent in class B33 Assistant Department Secretary, Police 
Department, to work in excess of 40 hours per week is that at one 
time this position was filled by a Police Officer, but Civil Service 
records indicate that this position has not been occupied by anyone 
during his present fiscal year. 

The other three positions are administrative and executive and are 
indicated on the list of such positions in the present salary ordinance, 
which employments are not allowed any compensation over the 
regular normal salary schedules adopted in the salary standardization 
ordinance. 

Very truly yours, 

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION, 

W. L. HENDERSON, 

Personnel Director and Secretary. 

May 16, 1945. 
To: Civil Service Commission. 
Through: Mr. Henderson. 
From: Mr. Sues. 

Subject: Request by various departments for authorization to wort 
certain employments in excess of 40 hours a week. 

Below is a summary of positions in excess of those presently estab- 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



1067 



lished which require authorization by the Board of Supervisors in 
order to be included in listings of such employments in the annual 
salary ordinance: 

Additional 
No. of Hours 

Department Employments Class Number and Title Requested 

Adult Probation 4 T56 Probation Officer 4 

1 B4 Bookkeeper 4 

1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 4 

Art Museum 1 C52 Elevator Operator 4 

Chief Adminis- 
trative Officer, 

Hospitality House 1 B236.2 Supervisor of Activities 8 

City Attorney 3 B408a General Clerk-Stenographer 

(legal) 4 

Juvenile Court 1 R56 Playground Director 4 

1 T26 Ranch School Maintenance 

Man 8 

1 T72 Chief Juvenile Probation 

Officer* 8 

Park Department 1 B103 Cashier C 4 

1 C102 Janitress 4 

1 C104 Janitor 4 

1 058 Gardener 8 

1 O60 Sub-Foreman Gardener 8 

1 O80 Nurseryman 8 

1 R108 Head Lifeguard 8 

Police Department Change 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 

from 4 to 8 

Change 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 

from 4 to 8 

4 B512 General Clerk-Typist 8 

1 B33 Assistant Dept. Secretary 8 

Public Health, 

Laguna Honda 1 L8 Assistant Superintendent ... 8 

Home 

Emergency 1 P4 Chief Emergency Hospital 

Hospital Steward 8 

Public Utilities 

HHWS Power 1 B222 General Clerk 4 

Operative 

Municipal 3 B4 Bookkeeper 4 

Railway 1 B6 Senior Bookkeeper 4 

2 BIO Accountant 4 

2 B68 Chief Clerk 4 

4 B210 Office Assistant 4 

21 B222 General Clerk 4 

15 B222 General Clerk 8 

5 B228 Senior Clerk 4 

4 B234 Head Clerk 4 

14 B308a Calculating Machine 

Operator (Key Drive) ... 4 



! 



*Executive or administrative. 



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SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



Department 



No. of 
Employments 



Class Number and Title 



Additional 

Hours 
Requested 



Public Utilities (Cont'd) 



Municipal 
Railway (Cont'd) 



Water Dept.: 
Docks and 
Shipping 

Millbrae Station 



Alameda 



Functional as 
needed 

Recreation 

Camp Mather 
June 15 to 
Sept. 15 

Sheriff 



1 
24 
6 
1 
12 
2 
1 



B308b Calculating Machine 

Operator (Rotary) 4 

B330 Photographer 4 

B408 General Clerk-Stenographer. 4 

B454 Telephone Operator 4 

B458 Chief Telephone Operator . . 4 

B512 General Clerk-Typist 4 

B516 Senior Clerk-Typist 4 

0294 General Foreman, 

Street Repair 4 

U51 Supervisor, Docks and 

Shipping 4 

B354 General Storekeeper 4 

O60.1 Foreman Gardener 8 

B222 now B512 General Clerk- 
Typist 8 

058 Gardener 8 

F604 Surveyor's Field Assistant . . 8 

R114 Swimming Instructor 8 

B4 Bookkeeper 8 

R102 Camp Manager 8 

B84 Under Sheriff* 8 

D66 Superintendent of Jail* 8 



*Executive or administrative. 

The salary standardization ordinance provides that permission 
must be received from the Board of Supervisors before these em- 
ployees are allowed to work in excess of 40 hours a week and the 
Finance Committee has requested the Civil Service Commission to 
make recommendations as to the propriety of such authorization. 
We have checked the payroll records and reports of overtime worked 
of various departments, and from an analysis of these records it 
would appear that all of the employments listed above are appro- 
priate with the exception of the following: 

T72 Chief Juvenile Probation Officer 

B84 Under Sheriff 

D66 Superintendent of Jail 

These three positions are considered administrative or executive 
positions and so appear on the list of such positions. 

It is therefore recommended that the employments requested 
work in excess of 40 hours be forwarded to the Finance Committe 
of the Board of Supervisors recommending all employments othei 
than the three mentioned above. 

Respectfully, 

OTTO L. SUES, 
Supervisor of Wage Scales and Classifications. 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 1069 

Supervisor MacPhee reported that the Finance Committee has 
approved the foregoing recommendation, except the Chief Proba- 
tion Officer of the Juvenile Court. Judge Meikle has requested that 
consideration be given to the Chief Probation Officer for increase of 
salary. The Civil Service Commission has advised that no increase 
can be granted for this position. This position is actually on a 7 -day 
basis. It is recognized that the salary range is entirely out of line. 
This position should be put on a 6-day week basis, but the Civil 
Service Commission does not agree. The position is different from 
the ordinary administrative position. The responsibilities have 
grown as a result of juvenile delinquency activities. If it is impos- 
sible that the Civil Service Commission grant a change in classifica- 
tion because of increased duties, the salary should be based on a 
48-hour week instead of a 40-hour week. That is bad practice, but 
because of the circumstances it should be done. 

Supervisor Mead held that the position warranted consideration 
by the Board of Supervisors. He wondered if the Board of Super- 
visors could not make the necessary change to provide the proper 
salary without considering a 48-hour week. 

The Chair stated that the Board could not increase salaries, but it 
could extend the hours of work per week. 

Supervisor MacPhee believed that the Board did have the right 
to set the position up on a 48-hour week basis. 

Mr. Henderson reported that the Board could fix salaries only 
under Section 151 of the Charter, or salary standardization. There 
were a number of situations of the same kind, he stated. The effect 
of Supervisor MacPhee's proposal would be a 48 -hour week, with a 
20 per cent increase in the pay. The Chief Probation Officer does 
not get overtime. Mr. Ososke is an administrative employee and 
must work the necessary hours to accomplish his duties. 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee moved that the classification T72, 
Chief Probation Officer, be included in the positions which are 
allowed to work 48 hours per week. Unless the Civil Service Com- 
mission so recommends, nothing else can come from such proposal. 
It will give the Commission the right to reconsider its former action. 

Supervisor Colman objected to such action, stating that the Board 
was going back to a condition that it had not been in for a long 
time, when the services rendered by one particular employee are 
discussed by the members of the Board. This would be spot standard- 
ization. He did not question Mr. Ososke's services or Judge Meikle's 
opinion, but this was an attempt to accomplish something indirectly 
that the Civil Service Commission will not recommend. 

The Chair called attention to the fact that there was nothing before 
the Board in respect to the position of the Chief Probation Officer, 
since the motion by Supervisor MacPhee had not been seconded. 

Mr. Henderson stated that the position in question was included in 
the ordinance among the positions not paid for work in excess of 
40 hours per week. The Commission has been asked to delete it 
from that list and to include it in another section. The Commission 
has denied both these requests. If it should be taken out of the 
administrative section and put in a different section, who would 
pay the extra money? It is a matter for the Board to decide, and 
not the Civil Service Commission. The Board does not necessarily 
have to have the recommendation of the Civil Service Commission. 
If you set this precedent, there will no doubt be many other similar 
circumstances presented to you. 



1070 SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 

Supervisor MacPhee agreed that it would be a very dangerous 
precedent, but the Board did approve the request of the Chief 
Administrative Officer with respect to the engineers. 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee moved that the classification T72 
be listed among those that are permitted to work 48 hours per week. 
Motion seconded by Supervisor Meyer. 

Supervisor Mancuso, in explanation of his vote, stated that in 
considering the budget, he realized that the Chief Probation Officer 
was getting a miserable salary, but he could not go along with the 
motion. He did not believe the Board should attempt to do what 
it is trying to do in such manner. It will break down the entire 
administrative procedure. The only way to handle the matter is 
by salary standardization. He could not vote for the motion because 
it was absolutely against the principles of the Charter and the salary 
standardization ordinance. 

Supervisor Mead stated that he would agree with Supervisor Man- 
cuso if there were any assurance that there would be a new salary 
standardization during the coming year. 

Supervisor Mead disagreed with the position taken by Super- 
visor MacPhee. Every department head would like to be excepted 
by the Board. He would be doing by indirection what could not 
be done by direction. The Civil Service Commission has considered 
the question and has rejected it. In the future, the Commission can 
go into the matter again. 

Whereupon, Supervisor MacPhee agreed that the points that were 
brought out by Supervisors Colman and Mead were proper, but 
that the remarks made had at least brought the case to light. After 
further brief statement, with the consent of his second, Supervisor 
MacPhee withdrew his motion. 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Colman, 
moved approval of the amendment as submitted by the Civil Service 
Commission. 

No objection, and amendment approved. 

The Clerk presented and read the following communication from 
the Civil Service Commission: 

May 22, 1945. 
The Board of Supervisors, 
City Hall, San Francisco. 

Gentlemen: 

At the budget hearing last night employee representatives objected 
to the provisions of section 1.7 of the annual salary ordinance pro- 
viding that a normal work week shall consist of tours of duty on 
each of five consecutive days. The employee representatives requested 
that this provision be made to apply only on those occupations and 
employments engaged in seven-day operations. They further re- 
quested that the normal work week for occupations and employments 
engaged in operations that do not run seven days per week be denned 
as tours of duty on Monday through Friday, inclusive. 

We are advised that the granting of this request will involve sub- 
stantial increases in cost to the Board of Education for janitorial 
service, and perhaps in other departments. The Board of Education 
has been providing janitorial service on playgrounds on Saturdays, 
and it had been their intention to provide for such service on a 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 1071 

staggered work week basis. Employees who are required to work 
on Saturday to provide this service would be given another day off 
during the week, but that this day would be consecutive with the 
other regular day off enjoyed by the employee. The proposed revi- 
sion would require the payment of time and a half for the Saturday 
work unless the employment were included in the list of 5y2-day 
or 6-day employments set forth in section 1.8 to section 1.37 inclu- 
sive. We suggest that the Board of Supervisors obtain from the 
Board of Education further information concerning the cost of the 
revision proposed by the employee representatives. 

If, however, you desire to adopt the suggestion of the employee 
representatives may we suggest that section 1.7 be revised to read 
as follows: 

"A normal work day for employees whose compensations are fixed 
in the schedule of compensations on a monthly basis shall consist of 
a tour of duty of 8 hours work completed within 9 hours and a 
normal work week shall consist of such tours of duty on each of 
5 consecutive days for such employees engaged on 7 -day operations 
and of such tours of duty on each Monday through Friday inclusive 
for such employees not engaged on 7 -day operations. The compen- 
sations fixed in the schedules of compensations adopted by the Board 
of Supervisors pursuant to the provisions of section 151 of the 
charter on a monthly basis are in full payment for services rendered 
during a calendar month under this normal work schedule. Other 
than the occupants of the positions specified in sections 1.8 to 1.37 
inclusive hereof, or as provided in section 2 hereof, no officer nor 
employee shall be required to work more than the normal work 
schedule." 

Very truly yours, 

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION, 

WILLIAM L. HENDERSON, 
Personnel Director and Secretary. 

Following the reading of the foregoing communication, Supervisor 
MacPhee stated that the matter had already been acted on. 

No action. 

The following lists of positions showing discrepancies listed in the 
budget and correct classifications and recommendations of the Civil 
Service Commission, was taken up: 



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Mr. Henderson explained the list, stating that there were certain 
new positions established in the budget this year. The rates of pay 
which were set up for these positions were not the same as the 
rates subsequently recommended by the Civil Service Commission. 
There had been no recommendations by the Commission. The Com- 
mission has recommended rates of compensation in accordance with 
those for the nearest comparable employments in the city govern- 
ment. These recommended rates of pay are less than the rates 
recommended by the appointing officers. The Commission is asking 
that its recommendation, rather than the recommendation of the 
appointing officers, be approved. He had understood that objection 
was raised to the ordinary action of the Board, in directing the Clerk 
to make proper adjustments. 

Supervisor Colman announced that had the Board known it was 
doing that at the time, it would not have done it. 

Supervisor Mead pointed out that a thorough discussion of the 
matter was had. 

Supervisor Colman stated that it was not explained that the rates 
the Board was approving were higher than those recommended by 
the Commission. 

Supervisor MacPhee stated that the Board, subsequently, author- 
ized that rates be changed to conform with the Civil Service Com- 
mission's recommendations. 

Supervisor Mead stated that he disagreed with the Civil Service 
Commission. It was a question whether the Civil Service Commis- 
sion or the department heads had the right to make recommendations 
as to salaries. He was rather inclined to go along with the recom- 
mendations of the department heads. 

Mr. Henderson stated that the Board had received the recom- 
mendations from the department heads, but for different rates. The 
Mayor had recommended one rate for Administrative Technician; the 
Chief Administrative Officer had recommended a different rate for 
the same classification. 

Mr. David A. Lewis reported that the positions were titled the same. 
However, the Civil Service Commission had titled position in the 
office of Chief Administrative Officer as Administrative Technician, 
whereas the Chief Administrative Officer had recommended the title 
of Administrative Assistant, with a salary range of $400 to $500. The 
amount requested originally by the Chief Administrative Officer was 
higher than that requested by the Mayor. 

Thereupon, Mr. Henderson stated that the Board was requested 
to accept the Commission's recommendations. 

Thereupon, Supervisor Colman, seconded by Supervisor MacPhee, 
moved that the recommendations of the Civil Service Commission 
be approved. 

Supervisor Mead suggested that such action would amount to a 
reduction in salary. 

Mr. Lewis reported that the positions in question are new positions, 
which are set up for the first time in the budget for 1945-1946. 

Thereupon, the motion to approve the Civil Service Commission's 
recommendations was approved without objection. 

Thereupon, Supervisor MacPhee moved approval of the annual 
salary ordinance, as amended, and recommended to the Board. 



1074 SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 

The Clerk announced that the Board should first take up the 
annual appropriation ordinance. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Mancuso, moved 
approval of the annual appropriation ordinance. 

Supervisor Brown, thereupon, stated that the appropriation ordi- 
nance, as he understood it, provided the funds for the carrying out 
of the provisions of the budget. If the funds are not provided in the 
appropriation ordinance, for any particular portion of the budget, 
that part of the budget will not be carried out, or will not be effective. 
During budget hearings there was considerable discussion about 
certain capital expenditures proposed for the Water Department. 
Some $1,600,000 for work was set up in the budget and discussion 
was had as to how the work should be paid for. He had received 
the impression that the Water Department was considering an in- 
crease in water rates and would thus obtain the funds to do the work. 
He was informed by such means the taxpayers would not be required 
to pay for the Water Department improvements out of the tax rate. 
The total amount to be excluded would be about $1,000,000, and that 
amount would have to be borne by the taxpayers unless there were 
an increase in water rates. Later during the week, after the Board 
had passed the budget, the members of the Utilities Commission 
expressed themselves through the press as being opposed to increased 
water rates. 

Supervisor Brown stated he did not believe the Water Department 
should ask the taxpayers to put up funds for capital improvements 
out of taxes. That cost should be borne by Water Department Reve- 
nues. Thereupon, Supervisor Brown asked Mr. Dion Holm if the 
Board reduced the appropriation ordinance by an amount of 
$1,000,000 in the Water Department budget or appropriation, what 
the effect would be on the balance of the appropriation ordinance 
and the budget proceedings. Could the Board do that without im- 
periling the proceedings? 

Mr. Dion Holm, in reply, stated that this was the first time such 
a situation had come up. He assumed that Supervisor Brown desired 
to suggest that the Board pass the annual appropriation ordinance 
with a provision that there would be deleted from the budget an 
amount of $1,000,000 or $1,600,000, for Water Department improve- 
ments. His answer was "No." He was assuming, of course, that the 
budget has been formally adopted. There has to be an end to legis- 
lation somewhere along the line. The Board has, by ordinance, set 
up certain procedure and has decreed that there shall be a definite 
date to stop considering the budget. The budget, under provisions 
of ordinance adopted by the Board, must be approved not later than 
May 21. That has been done, and the Board may not now delete 
anything from it. That view is confirmed by a decision of the 
Supreme Court, in case Sullivan vs. McKinley, that: "Once the bud- 
get is approved by the Board of Supervisors the fiscal terms of the 
annual appropriation ordinance and the annual salary ordinance are 
automatically fixed beyond the power of change by any amendment." 

Supervisor MacPhee disagreed with the statement by Mr. Holm. 
In the case mentioned, he stated, nothing was said that the Board 
could not fail to appropriate a certain amount of money for major 
improvements, if it decided in the appropriation ordinance to hold 
an appropriation up. 

Supervisor Brown stated that he did not think it would be wise for 
the Board of Supervisors to take action against the opinion of the 
City Attorney's office. It would not be good policy. He, therefore, 
would not initiate any motion. However, one could point out that 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 1075 

certainly there has been a lot of talk about increases in the water 
rates. Now, after the Board has approved the budget, it gets a state- 
ment from the Utilities Commission that there will not be an increase 
in water rates. His vote on capital expenditures next year will be 
predicated entirely on what the Public Utilities Commission does 
with respect to water rates in the meantime. 

Supervisor Colman stated that he believed the appropriation for 
the Water Department was necessary. However, as he recalled it, 
the Mayor's budget message contained an intimation that possibly 
water rates would be restored to their former level. He did not 
believe that the Utilities Commission had finally denied the request, 
or that the Commission had closed the door for the consideration of 
the problem. He believed that the matter was still before the 
Commission. The Commission was composed of business people, 
and they feel that every utility should stand squarely on its own 
feet, and should pay its own way so far as possible. He had no 
hesitation in voting; the Water Department needs must be taken 
care of, but whether this year or next, he did not know. If the Board 
does not make provision now, it will be only adding to the backlog 
of necessary expenditures. 

Supervisor Brown announced that he would await action by the 
Public Utilities Commission during the next fiscal year. His future 
action would be determined by what the Public Utilities Commis- 
sion did. 

Mr. Holm stated that he understood that there were specific appro- 
priations made for special projects. That being the case, there would 
be no action for the Commission to take. What the Board does now, 
would be final. 

Supervisor Green stated that in accordance with the City Attor- 
ney's statement, the Board has no right to decrease salaries which 
have heretofore been approved. 

Passage for Second Reading of Annual Appropriation Ordinance. 

Thereupon, after further brief discussion, the annual appropriation 
ordinance, reading as follows, was taken up: 



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1188 SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 

Passage for Second Reading of Annual Salary Ordinance. 

Whereupon, the annual salary ordinance, as amended, and read- 
ing as follows, was taken up: 

ANNUAL SALARY ORDINANCE 

Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1946 

Bill No. 3510, Ordinance No (Series of 1939), as follows: 

An ordinance enumerating all positions continued and/or created 
by the Board of Supervisors in adopting the Annual Budget and 
Appropriation Ordinance for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1946; 
continuing, and/or creating and/or establishing these positions; 
enumerating and including therein all positions established under the 
San Francisco Unified School District and all positions created by 
Charter or State law for which compensations are paid from City 
and County funds and appropriated in the Annual Appropriation 
Ordinance; authorizing appointments or continuation of appointments 
thereto; specifying and fixing the compensations and work schedules 
thereof; and authorizing appointments to temporary positions and 
fixing compensations therefor. 

Be it ordained by the People of the City and County of San Fran- 
cisco, as follows: 

Section 1. Establishment and/or Creation and/or Continuation of 
Positions: In accordance with the provisions of Section 73 of the 
Charter, the positions hereinafter enumerated under the respective 
departments are hereby created and/or established and/or continued 
for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1946. Positions created or author- 
ized by Charter or State law and positions established under the San 
Francisco Unified School District compensations for which are paid 
from City and County funds and appropriated in the Annual Appro- 
priation Ordinance are enumerated and included herein. 

The word "position" or "positions" as used in this ordinance shall 
be construed to include "office" or "offices" and the word "employee" 
or "employees" shall be construed to include "officer" or "officers." 

Section 1.1. Appointments and Vacancies — Permanent Positions: 

Appointing officers as specified in the Charter are hereby authorized, 
subject to the provisions of this ordinance, to make or continue ap- 
pointments as needed during the fiscal year to permanent positions 
enumerated in their respective sections of this ordinance. Such 
appointments shall be made in accordance with the civil service pro- 
visions of the Charter. The Civil Service Commission shall be notified 
immediately of any change in the duties of a position herein estab- 
lished or of a vacancy occurring in a position herein enumerated. 
Appointing officers shall not make an appointment to a vacancy in a 
permanent position until the Mayor shall approve the requisition for 
such service. The requisition for such service shall be filed with the 
Civil Service Commission and if the proposed employment and com- 
pensation are legally authorized as herein provided, the secretary of 
the commission shall so certify and shall promptly transmit the 
requisition to the Controller and if funds are available for the com- 
pensation of the proposed employment he shall so certify and shall 
promptly transmit the requisition to the Mayor for his approval. 

Section 1.2. Appointments — Temporary Positions: Temporary ap- 
pointments to positions defined by the rules of the Civil Service Com- 
mission as seasonal or temporary positions may be made by the 
respective appointing officers in excess of the number of permanent 
positions herein established or enumerated and such other temporary 
services as required at rates not in excess of salary standardization 
schedules if funds have been appropriated and are available for such 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 1189 

temporary service. Such appointments shall be made in accordance 
with the civil service provisions of the Charter. No appointment to 
such temporary or seasonal position shall be made until the Mayor 
shall approve the requisition for such service. The requisition for 
filling such a position shall first be filed with the Civil Service Com- 
mission and if the proposed employment and the compensation are 
legally authorized as herein provided, the secretary of the commis- 
sion shall so certify and shall promptly transmit the requisition to 
the Controller and if the funds are available for the compensation 
of the proposed employment, he shall so certify and shall promptly 
transmit the requisition to the Mayor for his approval. No such 
appointment shall continue beyond the period for which the Con- 
troller has certified the availability of funds. 

Section 1.3 Compensation at Entrance to Municipal Service: Any 

employee entering the municipal service in any position, the compen- 
sation for which is subject to the salary standardization provisions 
of the Charter as set forth in Section 151 therein, shall be paid the 
entrance rate fixed for the classification in the schedules of compen- 
sation adopted by the Board of Supervisors pursuant to the provi- 
sions of Section 151 of the Charter to which the position occupied by 
the employee is allocated, or, if no schedule of compensation has been 
adopted by the Board of Supervisors for such classification the person 
appointed to such position shall, pending adoption of a schedule of 
compensation for such class of positions by the Board of Supervisors, 
receive the entrance salary or wage proposed by the Civil Service 
Commission for such classification; provided that where an existing 
position in the municipal service has heretofore been exempt from the 
salary standardization provisions of the Charter and becomes subject 
thereto, or where a new position becomes subject to salary standard- 
ization provisions of the Charter by reason of the acquisition of a 
public utility, the employee holding such position shall, for the pur- 
pose of determining the salary or wage to which such employee is 
entitled under the schedules of compensations, be credited with prior 
service had in such position immediately prior to such change in the 
status of the position provided that there was no interruption in the 
service of the employee at the time of such change in the status of 
the position. 

Section 1.4. Compensation Adjustments: Compensations of all em- 
ployees under permanent appointment whose compensations are sub- 
ject to salary standardization provisions of the Charter shall be ad- 
justed on July 1, 1945, to the amount that such employees are entitled 
to receive under the schedules of compensation adopted by the Board 
of Supervisors pursuant to the provisions of Section 151 of the Char- 
ter in accordance with their years of service as therein provided and 
calculated as set forth in Section 1.3 hereof, and shall thereafter be 
in accord therewith, subject, however, to the provisions of Sections 
1.3 and 1.5 hereof. For the purpose of determining the salary or wage 
to which former employees of the Market Street Railway are entitled 
under the schedules of compensation and this ordinance, continuous 
service with the said Market Street Railway immediately prior to 
September 29, 1944, shall be credited and considered in the same 
manner as service with the City and County, provided that such 
prior service was in the same position in which the employee is en- 
gaged in the City and County service, and provided that there was no 
interruption in the service of the employee when the City and County 
acquired control of the Market Street Railway properties. 

Salary adjustments based on years of service as provided in the 
schedules of compensation shall be effective and due on the first of 
the month following the anniversary of the date of permanent ap- 
pointment of the employee to his current position, subject to the pro- 
visions of Sections 1.3 and 1.5 hereof, provided that platform men 
employed in the Municipal Railway shall receive salary adjustments 
during the fiscal year in accordance with their service as provided 



1190 SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 

in the schedules of compensation, such service to be calculated as 
provided in Section 1.3 hereof. No employee shall receive a salary- 
adjustment as herein provided unless he shall have actually rendered 
service in his position for the major portion of the year preceding the 
anniversary of his appointment on which the increment otherwise 
accrues, provided that absence of an employee on approved military 
leave or the absence of an employee from his regular civil service 
position by reason of holding a promotive position in the City and 
County service shall not be deemed absence from service for the pur- 
pose of computing salary adjustments, and periods of such absence 
shall be credited in the same manner as actual service rendered. 

Section 1.5. Compensation Upon Promotion or Transfer or Re- 
employment: An employee appointed to a position in a promotive 
classification who received in his former position a salary equal to or 
more than the entrance salary provided under the salary standardiza- 
tion schedules for such promotive classification shall enter such pro- 
motive classification at that salary fixed for such promotive class in 
the schedules of compensation which is immediately in excess of the 
salary which the employee received prior to his appointment to such 
promotive classification, provided that such employee shall receive 
no further increments until such time as his service in the promotive 
classification shall entitle him to further increase as provided in Sec- 
tion 1.4 hereof, and provided further, that an employee appointed 
during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1945, to a position in a promo- 
tive classification who received in his former position a salary equal 
to or more than the entrance salary provided under the salary stand- 
ardization schedules for such promotive classification, shall receive, 
commencing July 1, 1945, that salary fixed for such promotive class 
in the schedule of compensation which is immediately in excess of 
the salary which the employee received prior to his appointment to 
such promotive classification, provided that such employee shall 
receive no further increments until such time as his service in the 
promotive classification shall entitle him to further increase as pro- 
vided in Section 1.4 hereof. 

An employee transferred in accordance with Civil Service Commis- 
sion rules from one department to another, but in the same classifica- 
tion, shall transfer at his current salary, provided, that if the current 
salary is in excess of the maximum fixed in the salary standardiza- 
tion schedules for the classification to which he is appointed, he shall 
be reduced to such maximum. 

An employee who has acquired permanent status in a position and 
who is laid off because of lack of work or funds and is re-employed 
in the same position after such lay off shall be paid a salary or wage 
which shall include credits for actual service in such position from 
date of permanent appointment in the position to date of lay off 
therefrom. 

Section 1.6. Compensation for Intermittent or Temporary Service: 

Employees in positions for which compensations are fixed in the 
schedules of compensation adopted by the Board of Supervisors pur- 
suant to the provisions of Section 151 of the Charter on a monthl: 
basis whose regular work schedule is eight hours per day but les 
than five days per week, and all temporary employees whose com- 
pensations are fixed in the said schedules of compensation on 
monthly basis, shall be paid for each day of work a daily wage 
derived by dividing the monthly compensation by the factor 20. 7J 
days. 

Section 1.7. Normal Work Schedule for Employees Whose Com- 
pensations Are Fixed on a Monthly Basis: A normal work day foi 
employees whose compensations are fixed in the schedule of compen- 
sations on a monthly basis shall consist of a tour of duty of eigl ' 
hours work completed within nine hours and a normal work we< 
shall consist of such tours of duty on each of five consecutive days 
week. Provided, however, that in departments that do not hav« 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 1191 

normal seven-day operation, normal work week shall consist of such 
tours of duty on each Monday through Friday, inclusive. The com- 
pensations fixed in the schedules of compensations adopted by the 
Board of Supervisors pursuant to the provisions of Section 151 of 
the Charter on a monthly basis are in full payment for services ren- 
dered during a calendar month under this normal work schedule. 
Other than the occupants of the positions specified in Sections 1.8 to 
1.37, inclusive hereof, or as provided in Section 2 hereof, no officer 
nor employee shall be required to work more than the normal work 
schedule. 

Section 1.8. Exceptions to Normal Work Schedule for Which 
Extra Compensation Is Not Authorized: In order that there shall be 
no diminution of service to the public it shall be the duty of the head 
of each department to arrange and assign the work of his depart- 
ment so that sufficient employees will be on duty on Saturday morn- 
ing in each department which is required to be open on Saturday 
morning for the conduct of public business, provided that time worked 
on Saturday morning by employees on a normal work week schedule 
shall be compensated by equal time off in the same or succeeding 
week, provided also that employees whose positions are allocated to 
the classes included in Division R — Recreation Service, and employees 
whose positions are allocated in Division X — Library Service, may 
at the discretion of the appointing officer work the 40-hour schedule 
within six days without additional compensation or time off, and 
provided further that occupants of the following positions shall work 
such hours as may be necesary for the full and proper performance 
of their duties and shall receive no additional compensation for work 
in excess of eight hours per day for five days per week but, subject 
to rule of the Civil Service Commission, may be granted time of£ 
not to exceed the time worked in excess of forty hours per week: 
Class No. and Title 

A6 Supervisor of Maintenance and Repair of School Buildings 

A8 Assistant Superintendent of Maintenance and Repair of Pub- 

lic Buildings 
A10 Superintendent of Maintenance and Repair of 

Public Buildings 
A108 Chief Building Inspector 
A416 Chief Plumbing Inspector 
B8 Supervisor of Disbursements 

B14 Senior Accountant 
B21 Chief Assistant Controller 
B22 Assistant Director, Bureau of Accounts, Public Utilities 

Commission 
B23 Director, Bureau of Accounts, Public Utilities Commission 
B25 Business Manager, Public Welfare Department 
B26 Supervisor, Budget Statistics 
B27 Supervisor of Accounts and Reports 
B28 Supervisor of General Audits 
B30 Supervisor of Utility Audits 
B32 Business Manager, Recreation Department 
B34 Supervisor, Bureau of Accounts, Department of Public Works 
B35 Administrative Assistant, Juvenile Court 
B36 Business Manager, Department of Public Health 
B37 Assistant Superintendent (Administrative), San Francisco 

Hospital 
B54 Director, Bureau of Public Service 
B55 Assistant Director, Bureau of Public Service 
B57 Secretary, Art Commission 
B58 Secretary, Board of Education 
B61 Secretary, Board of Permit Appeals 
B66 Registrar of Voters 
B67 Secretary, Fire Commission 
B68 Chief Clerk 
B69 Secretary, Coordinating Council 



1192 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



Class No. and Title 

B70 Secretary, Park Commission 

B71 Secretary, Board of Trustees, M. H. de Young and California 

Palace of the Legion of Honor 

B72 Secretary, Library Department 

B74 Confidential Secretary to the Mayor 

B76 Executive Secretary to the Mayor 

B76.1 Administrative Assistant to the Mayor 

B77 Executive Secretary to the Manager of Utilities 

B78 Secretary, City Planning Commission 

B79 Secretary, Health Service Board 

B80 Principal Assistant to the Chief Administrative Officer 

B81 Recorder 

B82 Secretary-Actuary, Retirement System 

B82.1 Assistant Secretary- Actuary, Retirement System 

B83 Consulting Actuary 

B84 Under Sheriff 

B87 Secretary-Attendant, Grand Jury 

B88 Chief Assistant Clerk, Board of Supervisors 

B89 Director, Bureau of Licenses 

B90 Clerk of the Board of Supervisors 

B90.3 Coordinator, Price and Rationing Program 

B90.4 Coordinator, Wartime Harvest Council 

B90.5 Coordinator, Citizens' Protective Corps 

B91 Director, Bureau of Delinquent Revenue 

B93 Tax Collector 

B95 Director of Finance and Records 

B95.1 Assistant Director of Public Works 

B96 Managing Director, War Memorial 

B97 Executive Secretary, Chief Administrative Officer 

B100 Supervisor of Real Property Records, Assessor's Office 

B108 Cashier A 

B120 Director of Accounts and Records, Assessor's Office 

B169 County Clerk 

B173 Public Administrator 

B180 Administrative Assistant, Board of Education 

B368 Chief Assistant Purchaser of Supplies 

B374 Purchaser of Supplies 

C4 Superintendent of Auditorium 

D66 Superintendent of Jail 

E8 Chief Electrical Inspector 

El 16 Superintendent of Plant 

F4 Assistant City Engineer 

F9 Manager and Chief Engineer, Hetch Hetchy Bureau 

F10 City Engineer 

F61 Superintendent of Airport Operations 

F62 Manager of Airport Department 

F112 City Architect 

F220 General Superintendent of Streets 

F366 Chief, Department of Electricity 

F372 Manager and Chief Engineer, Bureau of Light, Heat a 

Power 

F408 Public Health Engineer 

F412 Senior Engineer 

F414 General Superintendent of Track and Roadway, Municipj 

Railway 

F520 Consulting Sanitary Engineer 

F526 Chief Water Purification Engineer 

F527 Superintendent Sewage Treatment Plant 

F560 Superintendent Bureau of Building Inspection 

F706 Chief Valuation Engineer 

F800 City Planning Engineer 

F801 Senior City Planner 

F802 Master Plan Architect 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 1193 

Class No. and Title 

F810 Associate City Planner 

G5 Chief Land Appraiser 

Gil Chief Building Appraiser 

G17 Chief Personal Property Appraiser 

G20 Chief Assistant Assessor 

G59 Assistant Personnel Director 

G59.1 Supervisor of Wage Scales and Classifications 

G59.2 Supervisor of Examinations 

G60 Personnel Director 

G62 Personnel Director and Secretary, Civil Service Commission 

G80 Personnel Officer, Department of Public Health 

G84 Director, Bureau of Personnel, Public Utilities Commission 

G102 General Claims Agent, Municipal Railway 

G106 Claims Adjuster 

G110 Compensation Claims Adjuster 

G204 Assistant Director of Property 

G206 Director of Property 

H42 Chief, Division of Fire Prevention and Investigation 

H44 Supervising Inspector, Bureau of Fire Investigation 

K4 Attorney, Civil 

K6 Senior Attorney, Civil 

K8 Principal Attorney, Civil 

K12 Chief Attorney, Civil 

K16 Special Counsel, Water Services 

K52 Junior Attorney, Criminal 

K54 Attorney, Criminal 

K56 Senior Attorney, Criminal 

K58 Principal Attorney, Criminal 

L2 Assistant Superintendent, San Francisco Hospital 

L6 Superintendent, San Francisco Hospital 

L9 Assistant Superintendent, Medical, Laguna Honda Home 

L10 Superintendent, Laguna Honda Home 

LI 6 Assistant Director of Public Health 

LI 8 Director of Public Health 

LI 9 Chief, Division of Public Health Education 

L20 Public Health Educator 

L61 Director of Laboratories 

LI 5 6 Dentist 

LI 60 Director of Dental Bureau 

L252 Optometrist 

L354 House Officer 

L356 Senior House Officer 

L357 Resident Physician 

L359 Supervising Physician, Blood Bank 

L360 Physician 

L362 Supervisor of City Physicians 

L363 Superintendent, Hassler Health Home 

L364 Physician Specialist 

L368 Director of Bureau of Child Hygiene 

L371 Director of Bureau of Communicable Diseases 

L375 Chief, Division of Tuberculosis Control 

L376 Chief, Division of Venereal Disease Control 

L458 Roentgenologist 

L502 Autopsy Surgeon 

L506 Assistant Chief Surgeon, Emergency Hospital 

L508 Chief Surgeon, Emergency Hospital 

M4 Assistant General Superintendent of Equipment and Over- 
head Lines 

M5 Assistant Superintendent of Equipment and Overhead Lines 

M6 Superintendent of Equipment and Overhead Lines 

M7 General Superintendent of Equipment and Overhead Lines, 
Municipal Railway 

M8 General Superintendent of Shops 



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SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



Class No. and Title 

M20 Superintendent of Equipment 

M22 Superintendent of Power and Lines 

N10 Coroner 

N54 District Supervisor 

N63 Chief Abattoir Inspector 

N70 Chief Food and Sanitary Inspector 

N156 County Agricultural Commissioner 

N358 Sealer of Weights and Measures 

N403 Public Service Director, Mayor's Office 

0216 Superintendent, Bureau of Sewer Repair 

P58 Director of Public Health Nursing 

P122 Director of Institutional Nursing 

R3 Assistant Superintendent, Recreation Department 

R4 Superintendent, Recreation Department 

R20 Assistant Director of Recreational Activities 

R22 Director of Recreational Activities 

S5 General Manager, Municipal Railway Bureau 

51 28 Division Superintendent, Municipal Railway 

5129 Supervisor of Accident Prevention 

51 30 Assistant Superintendent of Transportation, Municipal 

Railway 

SI 32 Superintendent of Transportation, Municipal Railway 

SI 34 General Superintendent of Transportation, Municipal 

Railway 

T12 Superintendent, Juvenile Detention Home 

T30 Director of Girls' School 

T70 Chief Adult Probation Officer 

T72 Chief Juvenile Probation Officer 

T163 Director of Public Welfare 

T165 District Supervisor 

U44 General Manager and Chief Engineer 

U80 Assistant Manager, Water Sales 

U88 Manager, Water Sales 

U142 Assistant Superintendent, City Distribution 

U144 Superintendent, City Distribution 

U232 Superintendent, Alameda District 

U236 Assistant Superintendent, Peninsula District 

U246 Superintendent, Peninsula District 

V40 Superintendent, Agriculture 

W2 Superintendent, Park Department 

W4 Assistant Superintendent, Park Department 

W212 Director of the Zoo 

X2 City Librarian 

X12 Chief Librarian 

Y2 Director, M. H. de Young Memorial Museum 

Y4 Director, California Palace of the Legion of Honor 

Y8 Curator A 

Y10 Curator B 

Y12 Curator C 

Section 1.9. Exceptions to Normal Work Schedules (44 or 48- 
Hour Work Week for Specified Employments) for Which Compensatioi 
Is Authorized and Provision Therefor: Appointing officers may requi 
occupants of the positions specified in Sections 1.10 to 1.35 hereoi 
inclusive, to regularly work a tour of duty on six days of the weel 
which tours of duty shall be eight hours per day for each of five da] 
and may be four or eight hours on the sixth day as set forth in saic 
sections. Occupants of such positions who regularly work tours 
duty of four hours on the sixth day as specified therein shall be com- 
pensated for such four hours of work on the 6th day of the week at 
straight time, that is, 10 per cent of the compensation of the em- 
ployee for the normal work schedule. Occupants of such positions 
who regularly work tours of duty of eight hours on the sixth day as 
specified therein shall be compensated for such sixth day of work at 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



1195 



straight time, that is, 20 per cent of the compensation for a normal 
work schedule. Exceptions to the normal work schedule as provided 

in this section shall not be authorized by appointing officers unless 
funds for the compensation thereof are provided. 

Section 1.10. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 

No. No. 

Classification Positions Hours 

Ol Chauffeur 2 4 

Section 1.11 CITY ATTORNEY 

No. No. 

Classification Positions Hours 

B408a General Clerk-Stenographer 

(Legal) 3 4 

Section 1.12. SHERIFF 

No. No. 

Classification Positions Hours 

C52 Elevator Operator 2 8 

D154 Head Keeper 1 4 

Ol Chauffeur 1 8 

Ol Chauffeur 1 4 

Section 1.13. POLICE 

No. No. 

Classification Positions Hours 

B4 Bookkeeper 1 4 

B310 Tabulating Machine Operator 4 4 

B408 General Clerk-Stenographer . 2 4 

B408 General Clerk-Stenographer . 3 8 

B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer. . 2 4 

B454 Telephone Operator 14 8 

B512 General Clerk-Typist 9 4 

B512 General Clerk-Typist 5 8 

Q25 Inspector of Motor Vehicles 1 8 

Q28 Range Master 1 8 

Section 1.14. FIRE 

No. No. 

Classification Positions Hours 

N152 Inspector of Fire Department 

Apparatus . . 1 8 

0172 Chief Operating Engineer. . . 1 8 

Section 1.15. PARK 

No. No. 

Classification Positions Hours 

B103 Cashier C 1 4 

B222 General Clerk 1 4 

C102 Janitress 1 4 

C104 Janitor 12 4 

058 Gardener 1 8 

O60 Sub-Foreman Gardener 1 8 

O80 Nurseryman 1 8 

R108 Head Lifeguard 1 8 

R132 Starter 6 4 

W206 Animal Keeper All 4 

W208 Assistant Head Animal 

Keeper 1 4 

W210 Head Animal Keeper 1 4 

Section 1.16. STEINHART AQUARIUM 

No. No. 

Classification Positions Hours 

C104 Janitor 1 8 

W150 Aquarium Attendant 2 8 

W152 Aquatic Collector 1 8 

Y106 Aquatic Biologist's Assistant 2 8 



1196 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



Section 1.17. 



Hunters Point 
Teen- Age Center 
Camp Mather 



RECREATION 

No. No. 
Classification Positions Hours 

C104 Janitor 4 4 

054 Foreman, Building and 

Grounds 4 4 

058 Gardener 60 4 

O80 Nurseryman 1 4 

061 Supervisor of Grounds 1 4 

R114 Swimming Instructor 1 8 

C104 Janitor 4 4 

C104 Janitor 6 4 

B4 Bookkeeper 1 8 

*R102 Camp Manager 1 8 

*4 months only- 



Section 1.18. LIBRARY 

No. No. 

Classification Positions Hours 

C52 Elevator Operator 1 4 

C102 Janitress 1 4 

C104 Janitor 5 4 

CI 07 Working Foreman Janitor ... 1 4 



Section 1.19. WAR MEMORIAL 

No. No. 
Classification Positions Hours 

C52 Elevator Operator 2 4 

C104 Janitor All 4 

C108 Foreman Janitor 1 4 

C202 Window Cleaner 1 4 

0172 Chief Operating Engineer .. . 1 8 



Section 1.20. ART MUSEUM 



Classification 

C52 Elevator Operator 

C104 Janitor 



No. No. 

Positions Hours 

3 4 

2 4 



Section 1.21. CALIFORNIA PALACE OF LEGION OF HONOR 



Classification 

C104 Janitor 

C107 Working Foreman Janitor 



No. No. 
Positiens Hours 

1 8 

1 8 



Section 1.22. M. H. de YOUNG MEMORIAL MUSEUM 

No. No. 
Classification Positions Hours 

C103 Checkroom Attendant 1 4 

C104 Janitor 2 8 

Y46 Museum Technician 1 4 



Section 1.23. MAYOR 

NO. No. 

Classification Positions Hours 

B408 General Clerk-Stenographer . 1 4 

B454 Telephone Operator 1 4 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



1197 



Section 1.24. JUVENILE COURT 

No. No. 

Classification Positions Hours 

C104 Janitor 2 8 

C107 Working Foreman Janitor. . . 1 8 

R56 Playground Director 2 8 

R56 Playground Director 1 4 

T20 Director of Boys' Ranch 

School 1 8 

T22 Assistant Director of Boys' 

Ranch School 2 8 

T24 Agricultural Instructor .... 1 8 
T26 Ranch School Maintenance 

Man 2 8 

T32 Group Supervisor 4 8 

T33 Group Supervisor, 

Boys' Ranch School 1 8 

Section 1.25. ADULT PROBATION 

No. No. 

Classification Positions Hours 

T56 Probation Officer 4 4 

B4 Bookkeeper 1 4 

B408 General Clerk- Stenographer . 1 4 



Section 1.26. PURCHASING 

No. No. 

Classification Positions Hours 

Shop No. 1 B222 General Clerk 1 8 

B352 Storekeeper 6 4 

B352 Storekeeper 3 8 

B354 General Storekeeper 5 4 

B354 General Storekeeper 3 8 

Section 1.27. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR 

No. No. 

Classification Positions Hours 

B234 Head Clerk 1 4 

Section 1.28. REAL ESTATE 

No. No. 

Classification Positions Hours 

B234 Head Clerk 1 4 

C2 Assistant Superintendent of 

Auditorium 1 4 

C104 Janitor 5 4 

Section 1.29. PUBLIC WORKS 

No. No. 

Classification Positions Hours 

General Office B454 Telephone Operator 2 4 

Accounts B454 Telephone Operator 1 4 

Building Repair C52 Elevator Operator 3 8 

C52 Elevator Ooerator 13 4 

C54 Elevator Starter 1 4 

C102 Janitress 1 4 

C104 Janitor All 4 

CI 07 Working Foreman Janitor .. . 2 4 

Building Repair CI 08 Foreman Janitor 3 4 

C110 Supervisor of Janitors 1 4 

C202 Window Cleaner 6 4 

C204 Sub-Foreman Window 

Cleaner 1 4 

0172 Chief Operating Engineer. 2 4 



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SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



Section 1.29. PUBLIC WORKS (Continued) 



Classification 

Engineering 0172 Chief Operating Engineer. . . 

O208 General Foreman, Sewer 

Connections and Repairs. 
Sewer Repair 0214 Assistant Superintendent, 

Bureau of Sewer Repair . . 
Street Cleaning J 108 District Director of Street 

Cleaning 

J 112 Supervisor of Street Cleaning 
Streets 0294 General Foreman, Street 

Repair 

0298 Supervisor of Street Repair . . 



No. No. 
Positions Hours 



Section 1.30. ELECTRICITY 



Classification 

B454 Telephone Operator 



No. No. 
Positions Hours 



Section 1.31. HORTICULTURAL COMMISSION 

Classification 

B230 Market Master 

N154 Horticultural Inspector . . 



No. No. 
Positions Hours 


1 
3 


8 

4 



Section 1.32. 



Central Office 



Laguna Honda 
Home 



San Francisco 
Hospital, Isola- 
tion Division 

San Francisco 
Hospital 



PUBLIC HEALTH 

No. No. 
Classification Positions Hours 

C52 Elevator Operator 1 4 

J74 Rodent Controlman 12 8 

N60 Abattoir Inspector 3 8 

N62 Veterinarian 5 8 

Ol Chauffeur 1 4 

B222 General Clerk 2 4 

B454 Telephone Operator 1 8 

1 22 Butcher 2 4 

1 24 Senior Butcher 1 4 

1 58 Dining Room Steward 1 8 

L8 Assistant Superintendent ... 1 8 

L54 Clinical Bacteriologist 1 4 

L202 Dietitian 1 4 

L306 Senior Pharmacist 1 4 

L452 X-ray Technician 1 4 

054 Foreman, Building and 

Grounds 1 4 

058 Gardener 1 4 

O60 Sub-Foreman Gardener 1 4 

PI 18 Superintendent of Nurses . . 1 4 



PI 16 Superintendent, Isolation 

Division 1 4 

B454 Telephone Operator 2 8 

I 122 House Mother 2 4 

L202 Dietitian 4 4 

L206 Chief Dietitian 1 4 

0172 Chief Operating Engineer. . . 1 8 
PI 10 Assistant Superintendent, 

Nursing 4 4 



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1199 



Section 1.32. 



San Francisco 
Hospital 



Emergency- 
Hospital 



Hassler Health 
Home 



PUBLIC HEALTH (Continued) 

No. No. 
Classification Positions Hours 

P206 Senior Anaesthetist 1 8 

P210 Senior Operating Room Nurse 1 4 

P212 Head Nurse, Specialist 3 8 

P304 Instructor of Nursing 2 4 

P306 Senior Instructor of Nursing 1 4 

L504 Emergency Hospital Surgeon 12 

(Rate of $300 based on 48 
hours per week) 

06 Ambulance Driver All 8 

P4 Chief Emergency Hospital 

Steward 1 8 

1 254 Seamstress 1 4 

054 Foreman, Buildings and 

Grounds 1 8 

058 Gardener 1 4 

PI 12 Superintendent of Nurses, 

Hassler Health Home .... 1 4 



Section 1.33. CORONER 

B512 General Clerk-Typist 



Section 1.34. CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 

No. No. 

Classification Positions Hours 

Dormitories for B229 Dormitory Clerk 2 8 

Servicemen B236 Manager, Dormitory 1 8 

C104 Janitor 5 8 

Hospitality House B236.2 Supervisor of Activities 1 8 

War Service B408 General Clerk-Stenographer . 1 4 

Activities C104 Janitor 4 8 



Section 1.35 



General Office 

San Francisco 
Airport 



Hetch Hetchy 
Water Supply, 
Power and Utili- 
ties, Utilities 
Engineering 

Water Supply, 
Power Operative 



PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION 

No. No. 

Classification Positions Hours 

Ol Chauffeur 1 8 

B408 General Clerk-Stenographer . 1 8 

B512 General Clerk-Typist 2 8 

C102 Janitress 2 8 

C104 Janitor 3 8 

C107 Working Foreman Janitor. 1 8 

058 Gardener 1 8 

Ol Chauffeur 1 8 



B222 General Clerk 1 4 

B222 General Clerk 1 8 

B408 General Clerk-Stenographer . 1 4 

C104 Janitor 1 8 

F406 Assistant Engineer 1 4 

058 Gardener 1 8 



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Section 1.35. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION (Cont'd) 

No. No. 
Classification Positions Hours 

Municipal Railway B4 Bookkeeper 7 4 

B6 Senior Bookkeeper 1 4 

BIO Accountant 2 4 

B68 Chief Clerk 2 4 

B102 Teller 4 8 

B103 Cashier C 1 8 

B210 Office Assistant 4 4 

B222 General Clerk 18 8 

B222 General Clerk 44 4 

B228 Senior Clerk 5 4 

B228 Senior Clerk (Shops) 1 8 

B234 Head Clerk 4 4 

B308a Calculating Machine Opera- 
tor (Key Drive) 14 4 

B308b Calculating Machine Opera- 
tor (Rotary) 2 4 

B408 General Clerk-Stenographer . 25 4 

B454 Telephone Operator 8 4 

B458 Chief Telephone Operator ... 1 4 

B512 General Clerk-Typist 12 4 

B512 General Clerk-Typist 1 8 

B516 Senior Clerk-Typist 3 4 

C52 Elevator Operator 2 8 

C104 Janitor All 4 

C104.1 Car Cleaner All 4 

C107 Working Foreman Janitor. . . All 4 
0173 Superintendent of Cable 

Machinery 1 8 

0294 General Foreman of Street 

Repair 1 4 

S122 Senior Inspector 1 8 

Water B247 Meter Reader All 8 

M270 Superintendent of Machine 

Shop and Equipment 1 8 

Ol Chauffeur 1 8 

052 Farmer 1 8 

House Service C52 Elevator Operator 1 8 

C104 Janitor 1 8 

C104 Janitor 5 4 

C107 Working Foreman Janitor .. . 1 4 

Agricultural . . , „ . " M '. V , . 

Division V30 Assistant Superintendent ... 1 4 

Docks and U51 Supervisor of Docks and 

Shipping tt Shipping ••••• I ■} 

U125 Hoseman, Ships and Docks. . 2 8 

General 0172 Chief Operating Engineer. . . 1 8 

City Distribution . 4 

General 0172 Chief Operating Engineer .. . 1 8 

Millbrae Station B228 Senior Clerk 1 8 

B354 General Storekeeper 1 

O60.1 Foreman Gardener 1 

U228 Meterman Country 1 

Alameda B222 General Clerk 1 

058 Gardener l » 

Civilian Defense B454 Telephone Operator ••••••• 2 8 

U231 Assistant Superintendent, 

Alameda Division 1 4 



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1201 



Section 1.35. 



Functional 
As Needed 



PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION (Cont'd) 

No. No. 
Classification Positions Hours 

F604 Surveyor's Field Assistant . . . 
M266 Foreman Meter Repairer .... 
U136 General Foreman, Service 

and Meters 

U140 General Foreman, Main Pipe 
U230 Maintenance Foreman 



1 


8 


1 


8 


1 


8 


1 


8 


3 


8 



Section 1.35.1. 



BOARD OF EDUCATION 

No. No. 

Classification Positions Hours 

B408 General Clerk-Stenographer . 1 4 

C104 Janitor 2 4 

C104 Janitor 1 8 

C110 Supervisor of Janitors 1 4 



Section 1.36. At the discretion of the respective appointing officers, 
employees of the following offices may be required to work a four 
or eight-hour tour of duty on Saturday and such Saturday work shall 
be compensated as provided in Section 1.9 hereof: 

In the office of the Assessor, during the months of March, April, May 
and June; in the office of the Registrar of Voters, one month begin- 
ning three weeks before the close of registration prior to each elec- 
tion; and in the office of the Tax Collector, November 1st to Decem- 
ber 20th, March 1st to May 15th, and during the month of August, 
and the staff of the License Bureau and cashiers in the Tax Collector's 
office during the months of July and January. Exceptions to the 
normal work schedule as provided in this section shall not be author- 
ized by appointing officers unless funds for the compensation thereof 
are provided. 

Section 1.37. Exceptions to Normal Work Schedules (48 Hour 
Work Week for Specified Classifications) for Which Extra Compensa- 
tion Is Authorized and Provision Therefor: Appointing officers may 
require all occupants of positions allocated to the classifications speci- 
fied in this section to work tours of duty of eight hours on six days 
of the week, or a total work week of 48 hours. Occupants of such 
positions who regularly work tours of duty of eight hours six days 
per week shall be compensated for such sixth day of work at straight 
time, that is, twenty per cent of the compensation for a normal work 
schedule. Exceptions to the normal work schedule as provided in 
this section shall not be authorized by appointing officers unless funds 
for the compensation thereof are provided. 

Class No. and Title 

CI 52 Watchman 

CI 80 Gallery Attendant 

C182 Assistant Head Gallery Attendant 

C184 Head Gallery Attendant 

D52 Jail Matron 

D54 Head Jail Matron 

D60 Jailer 

D64 Captain of Watch 

D102 Writ Server 

E52 Fire Dispatcher 

El 20 Governorman 

E122 Power House Operator 

El 24 Senior Power House Operator 

El 28 Superintendent of Power House 

F50 Maintenance Chief, San Francisco Airport 

F51 Airport Attendant 

F52 Crew Chief, San Francisco Airport 



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Class No. and Title 

I 2 Kitchen Helper 

1 54 Waitress 

1 56 Waiter 

I 58 Dining Room Steward 

1 60 Housekeeper 

1 106 Morgue Attendant 

1 112 Supervisor, Ambulatory Inmates 

I 116 Orderly 

1 120 Senior Orderly 

1 122 House Mother 

1 152 Flatwork Ironer 

1 154 Laundress 

1 156 Star cher 

I 158 Sorter 

1 164 Marker and Distributor 

1 166 Wringerman 

1 167 Tumblerman 
I 170 Washer 

1 172 Head Washer 

1 174 Superintendent of Laundry, Laguna Honda Home 

1 178 Superintendent of Laundry, San Francisco Hospital 

1 204 Porter 

I 206 Porter Sub-Foreman 

I 208 Porter Foreman 

I 210 Head Porter 

L352 Interne 

N4 Coroner's Investigator 

08 Morgue Ambulance Driver 

052 Farmer 

0158 Motor Boat Operator 

0166.1 Junior Operating Engineer 

0168.1 Operating Engineer 

O304 Hydrantman-Gateman 

O308 Assistant Foreman Hydrantman-Gateman 

O310 Foreman Hydrantman-Gateman 

P2 Emergency Hospital Steward 

P3 Senior Emergency Hospital Steward 

PI 02 Registered Nurse 

PI 04 Head Nurse 

Pill Night Supervisor 

PI 11.1 Night Supervisor, Hassler Health Home 

P204 Anaesthetist 

P208 Operating Room Nurse 

Rill Lifeguard Watchman 

R130 Foreman, Recreational Activities 

S56 Special Instructor, Municipal Railway 

S60 Instructor, Municipal Railway 

SI 10 Inspector, Municipal Railway 

SI 14 Claims Investigator 

SI 20 Day Dispatcher 

SI 24 Supervisor of Schedules 

T2 Attendant, Juvenile Detention Home 

U130 Reservoir Keeper 

U212 Ranger 

U213 Special Agent 

U227 General Maintenance Foreman 

W106 Rides Attendant 

W150 Aquarium Attendant 

W152 Aquatic Collector 

Y42 Chief Installer 

Y44 Senior Museum Technician 

Y46 Museum Technician 

Y106 Aquatic Biologist's Assistant 






SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 1203 

Section 1.38. Exceptions to Normal Work Schedule — Part Time 
Services: Except as provided in Sections 1.8 and 2.1 hereof a tour of 
duty of less than eight hours' work a day for employees whose com- 
pensation is fixed on a monthly basis shall be considered part-time 
employment, and compensation therefor shall be fixed herein at a 
rate based upon the full time rate for the classification, proportion- 
ate to the hours worked, with due regard to seniority of service, pro- 
vided that these provisions shall not apply to physicians employed 
in their professional capacity on a call basis or on a regular consult- 
ant basis. Positions occupied by part-time employees other than those 
on night shifts having a tour of duty of seven and one-half hours, shall 
be recorded as such by a department head, only with the approval of 
the Civil Service Commission and, when so recorded shall be noted 
as part-time on payrolls, budget estimates, salary ordinance and 
similar documents. 

Section 2. Emergency Overtime and Compensation Therefor: It 

is the policy of the City and County to establish a five-day 40-hour 
week work schedule for its employees insofar as feasible, as set forth 
in Section 1.7 hereof. Whenever circumstances or exigencies of the 
service demand, appointing officers, subject to the provisions of this 
section, may require employees to work longer than eight hours per 
day or longer than the normal work schedules established under Sec- 
tion 1.7 hereof or longer than the exceptions authorized under Sec- 
tions 1.8 to 1.37 hereof. Any time worked under proper authoriza- 
tion of the appointing officer by an employee, exclusive of part-time 
employees, whose compensations are subject to the provisions of Sec- 
tion 151 of the Charter and fixed in the schedules of compensation 
on a monthly basis in excess of the regular work schedule of em- 
ployees as fixed in the said sections or as authorized under Section 
1.8 hereof shall be designated as emergency overtime and shall be 
compensated at one and one-half times the rate of compensation 
fixed herein for the normal work schedule, provided that compensa- 
tion for such emergency overtime shall be based on a maximum com- 
pensation of $250 per month for the normal work schedule, and pro- 
vided further, that no compensation as provided in this section for 
emergency overtime shall be paid for the purpose of keeping City or 
County or City and County offices and departments open on Saturday 
morning. 

Appointing officers shall not authorize or permit employees to work 
emergency overtime as provided in this section unless funds are avail- 
able for paying the compensations of employees performing such 
emergency overtime work, or unless an actual emergency exists as 
defined by law. When so authorized by the appointing officer the 
emergency overtime worked shall be recorded separately on time- 
rolls opposite the name of the employee and the facts and circum- 
stances warranting or requiring the overtime work shall be clearly 
set forth thereon. The Civil Service Commission shall submit to the 
Board of Supervisors a monthly report showing the amount of extra 
compensation paid to employees for emergency overtime work each 
month under the provisions of this section 

No employee shall be paid for emergency overtime worked as herein 
provided unless the duties performed by him during such overtime 
work are included in the classification in which the employee is regu- 
larly and legally serving, provided that when work in a department 
has to be completed within time limitation fixed by law, and the 
Civil Service Commission determines that no unemployed person or 
persons in the classification involved are available to perform the 
work and approves the assignment of employees of a different classi- 
fication in that department or from other departments to perform the 
work under the provisions of Section 141 of the Charter, said em- 
ployees may be compensated for such emergency overtime at rates of 
pay for their regular civil service classification. 

Compensation for emergency overtime worked as provided in this 



1204 SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 

section shall be paid on an hourly basis. The Civil Service Commis- 
sion shall cause a schedule of hourly rates to be established for the 
purpose of computing hourly rates of pay, and this schedule shall be 
in accordance with the provisions of Section 151 of the Charter and 
shall be the basis of computing compensation for emergency overtime 
worked. 

If and when the Civil Service Commission determines that overtime 
payments in a department are excessive and finds that the required 
work can be performed to better advantage and more economically 
than through overtime work, the Civil Service Commission shall so 
report to the Board of Supervisors in order that the Board of Super- 
visors may consider the advisability of establishing additional em- 
ployments in such departments or take such other action as may be 
deemed advisable. 

Compensations fixed in the schedules of compensation on a per 
diem basis and converted and included herein on a monthly basis 
shall be subject to the provisions of this section. 

Section 2.01. Overtime Payment for Members of Police and Fire 
Departments and Compensations Therefor: Under the provision of 
Section 35.5 % of the Charter, salary warrants for extra time served 
by members of the Police Department shall be payable from the 
regular salary appropriation of the Police Department or from any 
appropriation made for such purpose, and at no time shall extra com- 
pensation be authorized or paid in amounts exceeding the available 
unencumbered balance in any such appropriation. 

Under the provisions of Section 36.1 of the Charter, salary war- 
rants for extra time served by officers and members of the uniformed 
force of the Fire Department shall be payable from the regular appro- 
priation of said uniformed force, and at no time shall extra compen- 
sation be authorized or paid in amounts exceeding the available un- 
encumbered balance in said appropriation. 

Section 2.1. Night Shift Work and Extra Compensation Therefor: 

A night shift is a tour of duty of IV2 hours work completed within 
8V2 hours or 8 hours work completed within 9 hours, which tour of 
duty commences after 2 p. m. and prior to 6 a. m. Employees whose 
compensations are fixed herein on a monthly basis who are regularly 
required to work a night shift of IV2 hours shall be paid the same 
amount of compensation as for 8 hours work on a normal day sched- 
ule and employees regularly required to work a night shift of 8 hours 
shall be paid 6V4 per cent more than the amount to which they are 
otherwise entitled. This provision shall not apply to employees whose 
compensations are fixed herein on a per diem or hourly basis 

Section 2.2. Split Shift Work and Compensation Therefor: A tour 
of duty of 8 hours work completed within 11 hours but extended* 
over more than 9 hours shall be considered a split shift. There shall 
be only one split in any shift. Employees required to work a split 
shift shall be paid 50 cents per day above the compensation to which 
they are otherwise entitled. This provision shall not apply to em- 
ployees whose compensations are fixed herein on a per diem or hourly 
basis. 

Section 2.3. Work Performed Under Contract and Compensation 
Therefor: In the execution and performance of any contract awarded 
to a city department under the provisions of Sections 95 and 98 of the 
Charter the rates fixed herein shall not apply to employments en- 
gaged therein and in lieu thereof not less than the highest general 
prevailing rate of wages in private employment for similar work, as 
fixed by a resolution of the Board of Supervisors and in effect at the 
time of the award of said contract, shall be paid to employees per- 
forming work under such contract. 

Section 2.4. Holidays for Employees Whose Compensations Are 
Fixed on a Monthly Basis, and Compensation Therefor: Except when 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 1205 

normal operations require or in an emergency, employees, other than 
members of the uniformed forces of the Police and Fire Departments, 
whose compensations are fixed on a monthly basis in the schedules 
of compensations adopted by the Board of Supervisors pursuant to 
the provisions of Section 151 of the Charter shall not be required to 
work on the following days hereby declared to be holidays for such 
employees: January 1, February 12, February 22, May 30, July 4, 
September 9, October 12, November 11, December 25, but in the event 
one of these days falls on Sunday, the Monday following shall be ob- 
served as a holiday; the first Monday of September (Labor Day); 
any day appointed by the President of the United States or the Gov- 
ernor of California as Thanksgiving Day; and any day on which an 
election is held throughout the State; provided that the Board of 
Education may, for its own employees, substitute for the holidays 
declared above an equal number of different holidays. Such em- 
ployees required by their respective appointing officers to work on 
any of the above specified holidays, or employees of the Board of 
Education required to work on those specified by the Board of Educa- 
tion, shall be paid extra compensation in the amount of a day's pay 
for the time worked, computed as provided in Section 2.5 hereof, 
provided further that occupants of positions enumerated in Section 
1.8 hereof (administrative and executive positions) who are required 
by appointing officers to work on such holidays shall not receive extra 
compensation, but may be granted time off equivalent to the time 
worked. Compensations fixed in the schedules of compensation on a 
per diem basis and Converted and included herein on a monthly basis 
shall not be subject to the provisions of this section but such em- 
ployees shall be entitled to the six holidays specified in Section 2.6 
hereof, and when required by their respective appointing officers to 
work on the holidays specified in Section 2.6, they shall be paid extra 
compensation in the amount of a day's pay for the time worked 

Section 2.5. Method of Conversion of Rate of Pay From Per Diem 
Basis to Monthly Basis or Monthly to Per Diem and Application 
Thereof: In converting compensation schedules established in the 
schedules of compensation adopted by the Board of Supervisors pur- 
suant to the provisions of Section 151 of the Charter on a per diem 
basis for inclusion in the annual salary ordinance as a monthly rate, 
the conversion shall be made by using the factor 21.25 days for a 
5-day week work schedule; 23.4 for a 5V2-day week work schedule; 
and 25.6 for a 6-day week work schedule, all of which factors include 
allowance for the six holidays listed in Section 2.6 hereof. In con- 
verting compensation schedules established in the schedules of com- 
pensation as a monthly rate to a per diem rate, the conversion shall 
be made by using the factor 20.75 days for a 5-day work schedule 
which factor includes allowance for the twelve holidays listed in Sec- 
tion 2.4 hereof. In calculating conversions from per diem to monthly 
salary rates, figures shall be rounded to the next highest half dollar. 
The Civil Service Commission shall establish schedules of such con- 
version rates as the basis of payment when converted rates are re- 
quired. 

Section 2.6. Overtime — Per Diem Employees: The wages speci- 
fied on a per diem basis in the schedules of compensation adopted by 
the Board of Supervisors pursuant to the provisions of Section 151 
of the Charter for the respective employments included herein are 
for eight hours' work per day, between the hours of 8:00 a. m. and 
5:00 p. m., on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. 
For purposes of this ordinance, the said work schedule shall be con- 
sidered as regular work time. 

Any time worked by employees engaged in the operations and 
occupations named in this section on Saturday and Sunday, or on 
New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day. 
Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day shall be considered as work on 



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SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



holidays and such holiday work shall be compensated at double the 
rate herein provided for regular work time, subject, however, to the 
restrictions and provisions of this section. Any time worked by such 
employees after 12 o'clock midnight and before 8:00 o'clock a. m prior 
to the days mentioned above shall be compensated at double the rate 
herein fixed, subject to the restrictions of this section. 

Overtime for the employees engaged in the operations or occupa- 
tions named herein shall be any time worked in excess of eight hours 
per day, or any time worked before 8:00 a. m. and after 5:00 p. m. on 
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. 

Overtime work for employees engaged in the operations or occupa- 
tions set forth in this section whose compensation is fixed in this 
ordinance on a per diem basis shall be compensated as set forth in 
this section for such overtime, subject to the provisions of this section. 



Operations and Occupations 

Asphalt and related street repair 
crafts as determined by the civil 
service classification of positions 
and Laborers and Cribbers and 
Trackman. 



Basis for Computing Compensa- 
tion for Overtime as Herein 
Defined. 

One and one-half times the rate 
herein for regular time for the 
first four hours of overtime and 
twice the rate fixed herein for 
regular time thereafter, except 
that the rate for overtime be- 
tween 6:00 a. m. and 8:00 a. m. 
shall be twice the rate fixed 
herein for regular time. 



Bricklayers, Hodcarriers, Stone 
Masons, Granite Cutters, Tile 
Setters, Plasterers, Cement 
Finishers, Steam Fitters, Machin- 
ists, Electrical Workers, Lathers, 
Engineers of Hoisting Engines 
and Compressor Operators and 
related crafts as determined by 
the civil service classification of 
positions. 



Twice the rate fixed herein for 
regular time. 



Marble trades and related crafts 
as determined by the civil serv- 
ice classification of positions. 



One and one-half times the rates 
fixed herein for regular time for 
the first four hours of overtime 
and twice the rate fixed herein 
for regular time thereafter. 



Carpenters and related crafts as 
determined by the civil service 
classification of positions. 



One and one-half times the rate 
fixed herein for regular time for 
the first four hours of overtime 
and twice the rate fixed herein 
for regular time thereafter. 



Glaziers and related crafts as 
determined by the civil service 
classification of positions. 



One and one-half times the rate 
fixed herein for regular time for 
the first two hours of overtime 
and twice the rate fixed herein 
for regular time thereafter. 



Painters and related crafts as 
determined by the civil service 
classification of positions 



One and one-half times the rate 
fixed herein for regular time. 



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Operations and Occupations 
Plumbers and Gas Fitters and 
related crafts as determined by 
the civil service classification of 
positions and employees engaged 
in pipe-caulking and installing 
meters and water services. 



Basis for Computing Compensa- 
tion for Overtime as Herein 
Defined 
Twice the rate fixed herein for 
regular time. 



Sheet Metal Workers and re- 
lated crafts as determined by 
civil service classification of 
positions. 



One and one-half times the rate 
fixed herein for regular time for 
the first four hours of overtime 
and twice the rate fixed herein 
for regular time thereafter. 



Chauffeurs, Truck Drivers and 
related crafts as determined by 
the civil service classification of 
positions. 



One and one-half times the rate 
fixed herein for regular time 
after 8 hours. 



Boiler Makers and related crafts 
as determined by the civil serv- 
ice classification of positions. 



One and one-half times the rate 
fixed herein for regular time 
after 8 hours 



Sewer Cleaners 



One and one-half times the rate 
fixed herein for regular time for 
the first four hours of overtime 
and twice the rate fixed herein 
for regular time thereafter, ex- 
cept that the rate for overtime 
between 6:00 a. m. and 8:00 a. m. 
shall be twice the rate fixed 
herein for regular time; and pro- 
vided that when the ebb and 
flow of the tides in San Francisco 
Bay shall interfere with the 
work of cleaning, maintaining 
and repairing sewers to the ex- 
tent that employees engaged 
therein cannot render service or 
perform work for more than 
four hours per day, the said four 
hours shall be considered and 
compensated as a full day's 
work, unless, immediately fol- 
lowing such work, such employ- 
ees are assigned to other duties 
within their classification. 



The provisions of this section are subject to the following condi- 
tions and restrictions: 

(a) Where night shifts are recognized and where operations as 
presently constituted and now carried on regularly and continuously 
require a tour of duty by employees of any of the crafts named in 
this section commencing after 5 p. m. and before 8:00 a. m. on Mon- 
day to Friday, inclusive, such employees shall be compensated 
therefor at straight time except if such employees presently receive 
premium pay for such work, in which event they shall «ontinue to 
receive the premium pay they now receive; 

(b) Where operations as presently constituted require tours ©f 



1208 SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 

duty on Saturday or Sunday, and the occupants of positions engaged 
in such operations have heretofore been paid straight time for work 
on Saturday and Sunday, such employees shall hereafter be paid 
time and one-half for such Saturday and Sunday work; 

(c) Employees engaged in crafts which are not enumerated in this 
section shall be compensated at time and one-half the regular rate 
of pay for work in excess of eight hours per day; 

(d) Compensations and work schedules of platform employees and 
bus operators at the Municipal Railway and compensation fixed in 
the salary ordinance on a monthly basis, shall not be subject to the 
provisions of this section. 

Section 2.7. Per Diem — Miscellaneous: In accordance with estab- 
lished working conditions for theatrical stage employees, working 
schedules on holidays and Sundays shall be compensated for at the 
same rate as for week days, provided permanent employees in classes 
A165 Stage Carpenter and E109 Stage Electrician who are required 
to work a performance on a Sunday shall be allowed a day off during 
the week. 

Employees in Classes A165 Stage Carpenter, A170 Stage Property 
Man, and El 09 Stage Electrician, shall be paid time and one-half 
when required to work over eight hours per day. 

Employees in Class CI 09 Stage Hand employed on a performance 
basis as provided in the salary standardization ordinance shall be paid 
overtime over four hours at the following rates: Between the hours of 
8:00 a. m. and 5:00 p. m , $1.75 per hour; and between the hours of 
5:00 p. m. and 8:00 a. m., $2.25 per hour. 

Appointing officers shall not authorize or permit employees to work 
emergency overtime as provided in Sections 2.6 and 2.7 hereof unless 
funds are available for paying the compensations of employees per- 
forming such emergency overtime work, or unless an actual emer- 
gency exists as defined by law. When so authorized by the appointing 
officer the emergency overtime worked shall be recorded separately 
on time-rolls opposite the name of the employee and the facts and 
circumstances warranting or requiring the overtime work shall be 
clearly set forth thereon. The Civil Service Commission shall submit 
to the Board of Supervisors a monthly report showing the amount of 
extra compensation paid to employees for emergency overtime work 
each month under the provisions of this section. 

If and when the Civil Service Commission determines that overtime 
payments in a department are excessive and finds that the required 
work can be performed to better advantage and more economically 
than through overtime work, the Civil Service Commission shall so 
report to the Board of Supervisors in order that the Board of Super- 
visors may consider the advisability of establishing additional em- 
ployments in such departments or take such other action as may be 
deemed advisable. 

Section 2.8 Charges and Deduction for Maintenance: The com- 
pensations fixed herein for all employees whose compensations are 
subject to the provisions of Section 151 of the Charter, and including 
also those engaged in construction work outside the City and County 
of San Francisco are gross compensations and include the' valuation 
of maintenance provided such employees. Charges and deductions 
therefor for any and all maintenance furnished and accepted by em- 
ployees shall be made and indicated on time rolls and payrolls in 
accordance with the following schedule of charges fixed by the Civil 
Service Commission for such maintenance. Provided, however, thai 
no charge shall be made for meals furnished cooks, bakers, waiters 
waitresses, and other kitchen workers: 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 1209 

Per Month 

1 meal per day $ 10.00 

2 meals per day 16.50 

3 meals per day 22.50 

Room or house $10 per month or 35^ per night 

Laundry 2.50 

Board, room and laundry 35.00 

Single Meal 35 

Room, Hassler Health Home 5.00 

Board, room and laundry for Camp Assistants at Camp Mather 

and for employees of the Boys' Ranch School each 22.00 

Room and board for adult dependents of employees at Boys' 

Ranch School each 10.00 

Family maintenance furnished the Director of Boys' Ranch 

School and the Agricultural Instructor each 42.00 

Complete family maintenance furnished the Superintendent of 
Laguna Honda Home and the Superintendent of the San 
Francisco Hospital each 150.00 

Complete family maintenance furnished the Physician and As- 
sistant Superintendent, Medical, Laguna Honda Home . . 75.00 

Complete family maintenance furnished the Resident Phy- 
sician and Superintendent of Hassler Health Home 75.00 

Complete family maintenance furnished the Physician Spe- 
cialist and Resident Physician and Superintendent of 
Hassler Health Home each 75.00 

House furnished the Superintendent and Assistant Superin- 
tendent, Alameda Division of the Water Department, and 
the Assistant Superintendent of the Peninsula Division 
of the Water Department each 25 00 

House furnished the Superintendent of the Peninsula Division 

of the Water Department 50.00 

House furnished the Operating Engineer of the Peninsula and 

Alameda Division of the Water Department 25.00 

House furnished the Operating Engineer at the Water Depart- 
ment 15.00 

House furnished to Superintendent, Park Department 50.00 

House furnished to the Director of the Zoo, Park Department 25.00 

House furnished to Junior Operating Engineer at the Murphy 

Windmill, Park 25.00 

Section 2.9. Compensation Reserves: Surpluses existing in appro- 
priations made for personal services shall be transferred by the Con- 
troller to a "Compensation Reserve" in the fund of which the appro- 
priation is a part. 

Each "Compensation Reserve" is appropriated for the following 
purposes: 

For adjusting the provision for the compensation of an 
office or a position wherein the amount provided for such 
compensation is not sufficient to pay the officer or employee 
returning to such office or position from military or war 
leave the compensation said officer or employee is legally 
entitled to receive. 

For providing the compensation for an office or a position 
wherein provision has not been otherwise made to pay an 
officer or employee returning from military or war leave to 
a regularly established office or position the compensation 
said officer or employee is legally entitled to receive. 

For adjusting the provision for the compensation of an 
office or a position wherein the amount provided for such 
compensation is not sufficient to pay said officer or employee 
the compensation said officer or employee is legally entitled 
to receive. 



1210 SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 

Such amounts as may be required to carry out the above provision 
shall be transferred by the Controller to the related appropriation 
upon the request of the department head concerned and that of the 
Chief Administrative Officer, board or commission for departments 
under their respective jurisdiction. 

Each such request shall require the prior approval of the secretary 
of the Civil Service Commission. 

No such transfer shall be made from one fund to another. 

Surpluses existing in "Compensation Reserve" may also be used 
for the making of appropriation for other compensation requirements 
in the manner provided by Charter. 

Section 2.10. Explanation of Symbols: The following symbols used 
in connection with the rates fixed herein have the significance and 
meaning indicated: 

(a Protected rate based on same number of hours worked in 
1943-44. 

(b Salary fixed by Charter, 

(c Salary fixed by State law. 

(d Salary paid by City and County (balance paid by State) 

(e Salary fixed by department head. 

(f Payroll symbol — 5% -day week, 44 hours, plus 10 per cent, 

(g Daily rate converted to monthly rate calculated on 5-day, 
40-hour week. 

(h Daily rate converted to monthly rate calculated on 5^ -day, 
44-hour week. 

(i Daily rate converted to monthly rate calculated on 6-day, 48- 
hour week. 

(j Monthly rate converted to daily rate, 
(k Salary based on Disability Transfer. 
(1 No funds provided. 

(m Daily rate based on type of services provided by salary stand- 
ardization ordinance, 
(n Payroll symbol — Normal 5-day week, 40 hours, 
(p Payroll symbol — Premium rate, 
(s Payroll symbol — 6-day week, 48 hours, plus 20 per cent. 

Section 3. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 11 Supervisors (b $200 

2 1 Bll Cost Analyst 275-325 

3 1 B88 Chief Assistant Clerk, Board of 

Supervisors 375-450 

4 1 B90 Clerk of the Board of Supervisors . . 500-600 

5 1 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

6 2 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

6.1 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer (Z 160-200 

7 3 B413 Assistant Clerk, Board of Super- 

visors 250-300 

8 2 B413 Assistant Clerk, Board of Super- 

visors (I 250-300 

9 1 D4 Sergeant-at-Arms 200-225 

10 2 Ol Chauffeur 210 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



1211 



Section 4. MAYOR 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 Mayor (b $833.33 

1.1 1 BIO Accountant 275-325 

2 1 B74 Confidential Secretary to Mayor. . . 400 

3 1 B76 Executive Secretary to Mayor. . . . 500 

4 1 B76.1 Administrative Assistant to Mayor . 500-625 

4.1 1 B76.3 Administrative Analyst 375-450 

5 1 B213 Usher, Mayor's Office 160-200 

6 8 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

7 1 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

8 1 B454 Telephone Operator 160-200 

8.2 2 G31 Administrative Technician 225-275 

8.3 1 N403 Public Service Director, Mayor's 

Office 350-425 

9 1 N404 Public Service Assistant (a 375 

Section 4a. CITIZENS' PROTECTIVE CORPS 

The following positions are not established as continuing positions 
but "as needed" when services are required and funds are provided: 

SAN FRANCISCO CIVILIAN DEFENSE HEADQUARTERS 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

2 *1 B41 Administrative Assistant to Co- 

ordinator, Citizens' Protective 
Corps $300 

3 **1 B90.5 Coordinator, Citizens' Protective 

Corps 

4 1 B90.6 Assistant Coordinator, Citizens' 

Protective Corps 300 

6 2 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

♦Funds provided for three months only. 
**One dollar only appropriated for this position. 



Section 4b. CITIZENS' PROTECTIVE CORPS (Continued) 
MILEAGE ADMINISTRATOR 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 

9 3 B408 



Class-Title 
General Clerk-Stenographer 



Compensation 
Schedules 

. $160-200 



Section 5. ASSESSOR 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 Assessor (b $666.66 

2 1 B99 Confidential Secretary to Assessor. 275-325 

3 1 B120 Director, Accounts and Records, 

Assessor's Office 325-400 

4 5 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

5 1 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

6 1 B100 Supervisor, Real Property Records, 

Assessor's Office 300-375 

7 1 B101 Supervisor, Personal Property Rec- 

ords, Assessor's Office 250-300 

8 1 B235 Director of Service 250-300 

9 1 B242 Blockbook Draftsman 200-250 

9.1 1 B309a Key Punch Operator (Alphabet- 
ical) 150-175 

10 5 B310 Tabulating Machine Operator 175-210 



1212 SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 

Section 5. ASSESSOR (Continued) 

Item No. oi Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

11 1 B310.1 Senior Tabulating Machine and Key 

Punch Operator $210-250 

12 1 B330 Photographer 200-250 

13 10 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

14 1 B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

15 2 B454 Telephone Operator 160-200 

16 4 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

17 1 F102c Draftsman (Civil) 225-280 

18 2 F100 Junior Draftsman 180-225 

Section 5.1. ASSESSOR (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

19 7 G2 Land Appraiser $225-275 

20 2 G4 Supervising Land Appraiser 275-350 

21 1 G5 Chief Land Appraiser 350-425 

22 9 G8 Building Appraiser 225-275 

23 4 G10 Supervising Building Appraiser . . . 275-350 

24 1 Gil Chief Building Appraiser 350-425 

25 6 G15 Property Auditor 225-275 

26 1 G15.1 Warehouse and Probate Estates 

Appraiser 250-325 

27 5 G16 Supervising Personal Property Ap- 

praiser 275-350 

28 1 G17 Chief Personal Property Appraiser . 350-425 

29 1 G18 Assistant Marine Surveyor 225-275 

30 1 G19 Marine Surveyor 275-350 

31 1 G20 Chief Assistant Assessor 400-500 

32 1 G21 Administrative Assistant, Assessor's 

Office 275-350 

Section 5.2. ASSESSOR (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

33 *5 B222 General Clerk $160-200 

♦Occupants of these positions are paid from appropriation for tempo- 
rary services and have acquired permanent status under the rule of 
the Civil Service Commission adopted pursuant to Section 148 of the 
Charter. 

Section 6. CITY ATTORNEY 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 City Attorney (b $833.33 

2 1 B160 Law Clerk 200-250 

3 7 B408a General Clerk-Stenographer 

(Legal) 160-200 

4 1 B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

5 1 B454 Telephone Operator 160-200 

6 1 F706 Chief Valuation Engineer 450-560 

7 3 K4 Attorney, Civil 375 

8 5 K6 Senior Attorney, Civil 475 

9 6 K8 Principal Attorney, Civil 600 

11 3 K12 Chief Attorney, Civil 800 

12 1 K16 Special Counsel, Water Service . (a 833.33 
12.1 1 SI 14 Claims Investigator 250-300 

INTERDEPARTMENTAL 

13 1 K8 Principal Attorney, Civil (part 

time) $400 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



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Section 7. DISTRICT ATTORNEY 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 District Attorney (b $666.66 

2 1 B68 Chief Clerk 300-375 

3 2 B162 Assistant Director, Bureau of Do- 

mestic Relations, District Attor- 
ney's Office 200-250 

4 1 B163 Director, Bureau of Domestic Rela- 

tions, District Attorney's Office . . 250-300 

5 5 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

6 2 B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

7 1 B420 Phonographic Reporter 250-300 

8 1 B454 Telephone Operator (part time) . . . 79.50 

9 1 B454 Telephone Operator 160-200 

10 2 B516 Senior Clerk-Typist 200-250 

11 1 D6 Special Officer (a 210 



Section 7.1. DISTRICT ATTORNEY (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

12 1 K6 Senior Attorney, Civil (part time) $404 

13 3 K52 Junior Attorney, Criminal 300 

13.1 1 K52 Junior Attorney, Criminal (part 

time) 255 

14 6 K54 Attorney, Criminal 375 

14.1 1 K54 Attorney, Criminal (part time) 328 

15 5 K56 Senior Attorney, Criminal 475 

15.1 2 K56 Senior Attorney, Criminal (part 

time) 427.50 

15.2 1 K56 Senior Attorney, Criminal (part 

time) 368 

15.3 1 K56 Senior Attorney, Criminal (part 

time) 309 

16 5 K58 Principal Attorney, Criminal 600 

17 1 Nil Senior Investigator, District Attor- 

ney's Office 300-375 

18 2 N12 Investigator, District Attorney's Of- 

fice 250-300 

19 1 N422 Investigative Reporter 300-375 



Section 8. TREASURER 

Item No. of Class Compensation 
No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 Treasurer (b $666.66 

2 1 B10 Accountant 275-325 

3 1 B14 Senior Accountant 325-400 

4 2 B102 Teller 200-250 

5 4 B104 Senior Teller 250-300 

6 2 B108 Cashier A 325-400 

7 4 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

8 1 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

9 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 



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SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



Section 9. SHERIFF 



Item 


No. of 


Class 


No. 


Employees No. 


1 






2 




B4 


3 




B84 


4 




B98 


5 




B68 


6 




B105 


8 




B222 


8.1 




B228 


9 




B352 


10 




B408 


11 


3 


B512 



Compensation 
Schedules 



Class-Title 

Sheriff (b $666.66 

Bookkeeper 175-225 

Under Sheriff 400-500 

Confidential Secretary to the Sheriff 250-300 

Chief Clerk 300-375 

Cashier B 275-325 

General Clerk 160-200 

Senior Clerk 200-250 

Storekeeper (a 280 

General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

General Clerk-Typist 160-200 



Section 9.1. SHERIFF (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

12 2 C52 Elevator Operator $140-165 

13 35 D2 Bailiff 200-225 

14 1 D2 Bailiff (k 224 

15 1 D5 Detention Hospital Bailiff 225-250 



Section 9.2. SHERIFF (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

15.1 12 D52 Jail Matron $165-200 

15.2 1 D54 Head Jail Matron (a 283.50 

16 1 D54 Head Jail Matron 200-230 

16.1 27 D60 Jailer 165-200 

16.2 1 D64 Captain of Watch (a 283.50 

17 5 D64 Captain of Watch 200-230 

18 2 D66 Superintendent of Jail 300-400 



Section 9.3. SHERIFF (Continued) 



tern 


No. of 


Class 


No. 


Employees No. 


19 


10 


D102 


20 




D152 


21 




D154 


22 




112 


23 




114 


24 




K6 


25 




L360 


26 


2 


Ol 


27 


3 


Q52 



Compensation 
Schedules 



S8 



Class-Title 

Writ Server $200-225 

Keeper 150-175 

Head Keeper 175-225 

Cook (i 230.50 

Junior Chef (i 251.50 

Senior Attorney, Civil (part time) 237.50 

Physician (part time) 335 

Chauffeur 210 

Farmer 150-175 

Q168.1 Operating Engineer 250 



Section 10. PUBLIC DEFENDER 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 Public Defender (b $666.66 

2 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

3 1 K54 Attorney, Criminal 375 

4 3 K56 Senior Attorney, Criminal 475 






SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 1215 



Section 11. POLICE DEPARTMENT 



Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 3 Commissioner (b $100 

2 1 Chief of Police (b 625 

3 1 Deputy, Chief of Police (b 475 

4 1 Property Clerk (b 325 

5 1 Police Surgeon (part time) (b 225 

6 1 B4 Bookkeeper 175-225 

7 1 Department Secretary (b 425 

8 4 B310 Tabulating Machine Operator 175-210 

9 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer (a 230 

10 3 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

11 2 B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

12 B421 Court Reporter (as needed), $12.50 

day plus transcription 

13 11 B454 Telephone Operator 160-200 

14 6 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

15 1 Director of Criminal Information (b 358.33 

16 1 Director of Personnel (b 358.33 

17 1 Director of Special Services (b 275 

18 1 Secretary, Police Commission (Cap- 

tain) (b 325 



Section 11.1. POLICE DEPARTMENT (Continued) 

BUREAU OF INSPECTORS 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

18.1 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

19 8 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

20 1 Captain of Inspectors (b 441.66 

21 95 Inspectors (b 255 

22 21 Q2 Policeman (Assistant Inspector), 1st 

to 3rd year, inclusive (b 200 

4th year (b 210 

5th year (b 215 

6th year (b 220 

7th year (b 225 

23 10 Q2 Policeman, 1st to 3rd year, inclu- 

sive (b 200 

4th year (b 210 

5th year (b 215 

6th year (b 220 

7th year (b 225 

24 3 Q20 Policewoman, 1st to 3rd year, in- 

clusive (b 200 

4th year (b 210 

5th year (b 215 

6th year (b 220 

7th year (b 225 

25 4 Q50 Sergeant (Assistant Inspector) . . (b 245 

26 9 Q60 Lieutenant (b 275 

27 1 Q62 Photographer, Police Dept (b 250 

28 1 Q63 Criminologist (b 325 



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SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



Section 11.2. POLICE DEPARTMENT (Continued) 
UNIFORMED FORCE (and Miscellaneous) 



Item 
No. 

29 

30 

31 

31.1 

32 

33 

34 

35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 



No. of Class 
Employees No. 



Class-Title 



Compensation 
Schedules 



10 

4 



Q25 
Q28 



B33 

D54 

D52 

12 

114 

1204 

J 70 

0158 



Supervising Captain (b $358.33 

Captain of Traffic (b 358.33 

Inspector of Motor Vehicles 225-260 

Range Master 225-260 

Inspector of Junior Traffic ... (b 255 
Inspector of Horses and Equip- 
ment (b 255 

Assistant Department Secretary, 

Police Department 200 

Head Jail Matron 200-230 

Jail Matron 165-200 

Kitchen Helper 110-135 

Junior Chef (i 251.50 

Porter 115-140 

Hostler (i 205 

Motor Boat Operator 200-225 

Q2 Policeman, 1st to 3rd year, inclu- 
sive (b 200 

4th year (b 210 

5th year (b 215 

6th year (b 220 

7th year (b 225 

Policeman (I 200 

Policeman (2 wheel motorcycle 
operation) at $15 per month in 
addition to regular salary . . . (b 

Policewoman, 1st to 3rd year, in- 
clusive (b 200 

4th year (b 210 

5th year (b 215 

6th year (b 220 

7th year (b 225 

Police Patrol Driver, 1st to 3rd 

year, inclusive (b 200 

4th year (b 210 

5th year (b 215 

6th year . (b 220 

7th year (b 225 

Sergeant (b 245 

Sergeant (2 wheel motorcycle oper- 
ation) at $15 per month in addi- 
tion to regular salary (b 

Lieutenant (b 275 

Captain (b 325 



POLICE DEPARTMENT (Continued) 

CITIZENS PROTECTIVE CORPS— AIR RAID WARDEN 
SERVICE 
Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. Class-Title 

51 1 B454 Telephone Operator $160-200 

51.1 2 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 



42 913 



42.1 35 
43 50 



43.1 10 



44 25 



Q2 
Q2 



Q20 



Q30 



45 160 

46 5 


Q50 
Q50 


47 39 
49 13 


Q60 
Q80 


Section 


11.3. F 



Compensation 
Schedules 






SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 1217 

Section 12. FIRE DEPARTMENT 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 3 Commissioner (b $100 

2 *1 Chief Engineer (b 625 

3 1 B6 Senior Bookkeeper 225-275 

4 1 B67 Secretary, Fire Commission 400-500 

5 1 B306 Multigraph Operator 150-190 

6 4 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

7 1 B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

*$25 per month compensation in addition to compensation sched- 
ules to be paid during the existing war between the United States of 
America and the Axis Powers and for six months after the termina- 
tion of said war. 



Section 12.1. FIRE DEPARTMENT (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

8 *973 H2 Fireman, 1st to 3rd year, inclu- 

sive (b $200 

4th year (b 210 

5th year (b 215 

6th year (b 220 

7th year (b 225 

8.1 *72(l H2 Fireman, 1st to 3rd year, inclusive (b 200 

4th year (b 210 

5th year (b 215 

6th year (b 220 

7th year (b 225 

9 *34 H10 Chief's Operator (b 235 

10 *4 H15 Engineer of Fire Engines (b 245 

11 *124 H20 Lieutenant (b 260 

12 *73 H30 Captain (b 275 

13 *26 H40 Battalion Chief (b 375 

14 1 H42 Chief, Division of Fire Prevention 

and Investigation 375-475 

15 1 H44 Supervising Inspector, Bureau of 

Fire Investigation 300-375 

16 *7 H50 Assistant Chief Engineer (b 425 

17 1 H152 Inspector of Fire Department 

Apparatus 225-260 

18 1 L360 Physician (part time) 275 

*$25 per month compensation in addition to compensation sched- 
ules to be paid during the existing war between the United States of 
America and the Axis Powers and for six months after the termina- 
tion of said war. 



Section 12.2. FIRE DEPARTMENT (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

19 3 J4 Laborer $ 7.60 day 

20 7 0166.1Junior Operating Engineer 200 

21 5 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

22 2 0172 Chief Operating Engineer 312.50 

23 12 O304 Hydrantman Gateman 175-225 

23.1 1 O308 Assistant Foreman Hydrantman 

Gateman 230-240 

24 1 O310 Foreman Hydrantman Gateman . . . 225-250 

25 1 U112 Pipe Caulker 11.20 day 






Section 12.3. FI 


Item 


No. of 


Class 


No. 


Employees No. 


26 


*10 


H102 


27 


*10 


H110 


28 


*5 


H120 



1218 SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 

FIRE DEPARTMENT (Continued) 

Compensation 
Class-Title Schedules 

Marine Fireman of Fire Boats (b $230 
Marine Engineer of Fire Boats . . (b 280 

Pilot of Fire Boat (b 280 

*$25 per month compensation in addition to compensation sched- 
ules to be paid during the existing war between the United States of 
America and the Axis Powers and for six months after the termina- 
tion of said war. 

Section 12.4. FIRE DEPARTMENT (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

29 *35 H202 Fireman, Salvage Corps, 1st to 3rd 

year, inclusive (b $200 

4th year (b 210 

5th year (b 215 

6th year (b 220 

7th year (b 225 

30 *6 H202 Lieutenant, Salvage Corps (b 260 

31 *1 H208 Captain, Salvage Corps (b 275 

*$25 per month compensation in addition to compensation sched- 
ules to be paid during the existing war between the United States of 
America and the Axis Powers and for six months after the termina- 
tion of said war. 

Section 12.5. FIRE DEPARTMENT (Continued) 

CIVILIAN DEFENSE 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

34 *1 H20 Lieutenant (b $260 

35 *1 H30 Captain (b 275 

*$25 per month compensation in addition to compensation sched- 
ules to be paid during the existing war between the United States of 
America and the Axis Powers and for six months after the termina- 
tion of said war. 

Section 13. BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 5 Member of Board, 

$15 per meeting (b 

2 1 B61 Secretary, Board of Permit Appeals $275-325 

Section 14. PARK DEPARTMENT— PERSONAL SERVICES — 
PERMANENT SALARIES— GENERAL DIVISION 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 A161 General Foreman Carpenter. .. (i $297.50 

2 2 B4 Bookkeeper 175-225 

3 1 B10 Accountant 275-325 

4 1 B70 Secretary, Park Commission 300-375 

5 1 B103 Cashier C 200-250 

6 2 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

7 2 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

8 1 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

9 3 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

10 4 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

11 14 C102 Janitress 130-155 

12 2 C102 Janitress (part time) 79.50 

13 10 C104 Janitor 140-170 

14 6 C152 Watchman 140-165 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



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Section 14.1. PARK DEPARTMENT— PERSONAL SERVICES- 
PERMANENT SALARIES— GENERAL DIVISION 

(Continued) 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

14.1 1 F256 Cartographer and Art Designer. . .$225-280 

15 1 F401d Junior Engineer (Civil, Park) 225-280 

16 1 F406a Assistant Engineer (Architectural) 300-375 

17 1 F406f Assistant Engineer 

(Mechanical, Park) 300-375 

18 1 F410e Engineer (Landscape Design 

and Construction) 375-450 

19 1 J12 Labor Foreman (i 183 

20 1 Ol Chauffeur (I 210 

21 184 058 Gardener 150-175 

21.1 15 058 Gardener (I 150-175 

22 1 059 Insecticide Spray Operator 175-185 

23 24 O60 Sub-Foreman Gardener 175-210 

24 17 O60.1 Foreman Gardener 210-240 

25 1 061 Supervisor of Grounds 250-300 

26 1 O70 Supervisor of Maintenance 300-350 

27 1 074 Supervisor of Arboretum 

and Botanical Research 300-350 

28 2 076 Chief Nurseryman 250-300 

29 1 O80 Nurseryman 175-210 

30 3 0166.1Junior Operating Engineer 200 

31 5 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

32 1 0174 Chief Operating Engineer, 

Activated Sludge Plant 275-325 

33 1 O360 Supervisor of Construction, 

Roads and Paths 250-300 

34 1 W2 Superintendent, Park Department (a 650 

35 1 W4 Assistant Superintendent, 

Park Department 350-450 

36 1 J70 Hostler (g 170 

Section 14a. PARK DEPARTMENT— PERMANENT SERVICES- 
PERMANENT SALARIES— ZOO DIVISION 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 C102 Janitress $130-155 

2 4 C104 Janitor . . 140-170 

3 1 C107 Working Foreman Janitor 170-200 

4 3 058 Gardener 150-175 

5 1 0166.1 Junior Operating Engineer 200 

6 24 W206 Animal Keeper 150-185 

7 1 W208 Assistant Head Animal Keeper. . . . 185-210 

8 1 W210 Head Animal Keeper 210-260 

9 1 W212 Director of the Zoo 350 

Section 14b. PARK DEPARTMENT— PERSONAL SERVICES- 
REVENUE DIVISION— COMMISSARY UNITS 

EMPLOYMENTS PREDICATED ON REVENUE MONEYS.— The 
following positions are in the Revenue Division and predicated on 
receipts from said divisions. The employments are not established as 
continuing positions but "as needed" when services are required and 
funds from receipts are available. 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist $160-200 

2 2 C104 Janitor 140-170 

3 1 C152 Watchman 140-165 

4 2 J70 Hostler (i 205 

5 1 R24 Supervisor of Restaurants 

and Playgrounds 250-300 

6 3 R130 Foreman, Recreational Activities . 165-190 



1220 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



Section 14c. PARK DEPARTMENT— PERSONAL SERVICES- 
PERMANENT SALARIES— REVENUE DIVI- 
SION—RECREATIONAL UNITS 

EMPLOYMENTS PREDICATED ON REVENUE MONEYS.— The 
following positions are in the Revenue Division and predicated on 
receipts from said divisions. The employments are not established as 
continuing positions but "as needed" when services are required and 
funds from receipts are available. 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 9 C104 Janitor $140-170 

2 4 C152 Watchman 140-165 

3 1 C160 Harbormaster 165-200 

4 1 1 52 Counter Attendant (i 154 

5 27 058 Gardener 150-175 

5.1 5 058 Gardener (I 150-175 

6 3 O60.1 Foreman Gardener 210-240 

7 1 0166.1 Junior Operating Engineer 200 

8 1 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

9 2 R20 Assistant Director, 

Recreational Activities 275-350 

10 1 R22 Director, Recreational Activities.. 400-500 
10.1 1 R108 Head Life Guard 165-200 

11 2 Rill Life Guard-Watchman Rate for job 

12 6 R132 Starter, Park Department 165-190 

13 1 W18 Supervisor of Golf Course 

Maintenance 275-325 

Section 14d. PARK DEPARTMENT— PERSONAL SERVICES- 
PERMANENT SALARIES— PART TIME— REVE- 
NUE DIVISION— RECREATIONAL UNITS 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B222 General Clerk (as needed) $160-200 

2 2 058 Gardeners (as needed) 150-175 

3 1 R112 Matron, Swimming Pool 

(as needed) 6.00 day 

4.1 1 C102 Janitress (as needed) 130-155 

INTERDEPARTMENTAL 
These positions are paid from appropriations for temporary or 
interdepartmental service. The employments are not established 
as continuing positions but "as needed" when services are required 
and funds provided. 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

4 12 058 Gardener $150-175 

5 1 O60 Sub-Foreman Gardener 175-210 

6 1 O60.1 Foreman Gardener 210-240 



Section 15. PARK DEPARTMENT (Personal Services, Wages) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 4 A154 Carpenter $ 12.00 day 

2 1 A204 Cement Finisher 12.00 day 

3 4 A354 Painter 12.00 day 

4 1 A392 Plasterer 14.00 day 

5 2 A404 Plumber 13.60 day 

6 1 A456 Sheet Metal Worker 12.00 day 

7 1 A651 Ornamental Iron Worker 11.00 day 

8 1 B210 Office Assistant (a 7.00 day 

8.1 1 E108 Electrician ' 13.60 day 

9 6 12 Kitchen Helper 110-135 






SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



1221 



Section 15. 


tern 


Np. of 


No. Employees 


10 


3 


11 


3 


12 


5 


12.1 


13 


13 


27 


14 


1 


15 


1 


16 


1 


17 


13 


17.1 


7 


18 


1 


19 


1 


20 


6 


22 


3 


23 


1 


23.1 


1 



24 
25 

26 

27 
28 



PARK DEPARTMENT (Personal Services, 
Wages (Continued) 

Class Compensation 

No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 11 Griddle Cook $ 7.73 day 

1 12 Cook 9.00 day 

I 52 Counter Attendant (i 154 

1 52 Counter Attendant 6.00 day 

J4 Laborer 7.60 day 

J 64 Mower Maintenance Man 10.40 day 

J152 Trackman 7.60 day 

L360 Physician (part time) 2.50 per call 

Ol Chauffeur 8.00 

Ol Chauffeur 9.15 day 

Ol Chauffeur, Tractors 13.00 day 

Ol Chauffeur, Trax-cavator 14.00 day 

Ol Chauffeur, Power Mower Tractor . 8.40 day 

057 Tree Topper 8.10 day 

OH6 Teamster — Two Horse Vehicle 8.10 day 

0152 Engineer of Hoisting and 

Portable Engines 13.00 day 

R54 Athletic Attendant (part time) 

as needed .75 hr. 

R56 Playground Director (part time) 

as needed 1.00 hr. 

R110 Life Guard 7.06 day 

W106 Rides Attendant 150-175 

W108 Rides Attendant Helper .50 hr. 



Section 16. RECREATION DEPARTMENT 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 3 A154 Carpenter $ 12.00 day 

2 1 A160 Foreman Carpenter 13.00 day 

3 2 A354 Painter 12.00 day 

4 1 B4 Bookkeeper 175-225 

5 1 B6 Senior Bookkeeper 225-275 

6 1 B32 Business Manager, Recreation Dept. 325-400 

7 1 B210 Office Assistant 125-150 

8 2 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

9 2 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

10 7 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

11 3 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

12 1 F102c Draftsman (Civil) 225-280 

13 1 F104c Senior Draftsman 

(Civil, Recreation) 280-325 



Section 16.1. RECREATION DEPARTMENT (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

15 4 C104 Janitor $140-170 

16 1 1 154 Laundress 115-140 

17 8 J4 Laborer (h 178 

18 1 J12 Labor Foreman (h 201.50 

19 2 Ol Chauffeur (h 187.50 

20 *1 Ol Chauffeur (h 214.50 

21 2 Ol Chauffeur, Power Mower 

Tractors (h 197 

22 4 054b Foreman, Building and Grounds.. 175-225 

23 60 058 Gardener 150-175 

24 1 061 Supervisor of Grounds 250-300 

25 1 O80 Nurseryman 175-210 

♦Funds provided for eight months only. 



1222 SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 

Section 16.2. RECREATION DEPARTMENT (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

26 1 R2 Secretary, Recreation Commission $225-280 

27 1 R3 Assistant Superintendent, 

Recreation Department 300-350 

28 1 R4 Superintendent, Recreation Dept. . . 475-575 
28.1 R52 Locker Room Aid (part time) 

as needed .50 hr. 

29 25 R56 Playground Director (part time) . . 79.50 

30 43 R56 Playground Director 165-200 

31 R56 Playground Director (part time) 

as needed 1.00 hr. 

32 9 R58 Director-at-Large, Recreation Dept. 200-250 

33 2 R105 Supervisor of Athletics 250-300 

34 1 R106a Supervisor of Activities 

(Dramatics) 200-250 

34.1 1 R106c Supervisor of Activities (Music) . . 200-250 

34.2 1 R106d Supervisor of Activities 

(Swimming) 200-250 

35 *2 R112 Matron, Swimming Pool (ai 163.50 

36 *2 R114 Swimming Instructor 165-200 

37 1 R114 Swimming Instructor 165-200 

38 Pianist (part time) as needed 2.50 per call 

39 R112 Matron, Swimming Pool 

(part time) as needed .75 hr. 

40 R114 Swimming Instructor 

(part time) as needed 1.00 hr. 

41 1 R118 Curator, Children's Museum 200-250 

♦Funds provided for seven months only. 



Section 16.3. RECREATION DEPARTMENT 

"TEEN-AGE" CENTERS 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

42 12 R56 Playground Director $165-200 

42.1 R56 Playground Director (part time) 

as needed 1.00 hr. 

43 6 C104 Janitor 140-170 



Section 16.4. RECREATION DEPARTMENT 

HUNTERS POINT 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

43.1 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

44 24 R56 Playground Director 165-200 

44.1 R56 Playground Director (part time) 

as needed 1.00 hr 

45 4 C104 Janitor 140-170 



Section 16.5. RECREATION DEPARTMENT 

SCHOOL CENTERS 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

46 8 R56 Playground Director (part time) ..$ 79.50 

46.1 R56 Playground Director (part time) 

as needed 1.00 hr. 






SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



1223 



Section 16a. RECREATION DEPARTMENT 

CAMP MATHER 

Seasonal employment, as needed. All maintenance provided shall 
be charged for and deduction made from salaries in accordance with 
schedule of deductions fixed in Section 2.8 of this ordinance specified 
herein. 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

47 A154 Carpenter $ 12.00 day 

47.1 A354 Painter 12.00 day 

48 1 B4 Bookkeeper 175-225 

51 1 058 Gardener 150-175 

52 *1 R102 Camp Manager 200-250 

52.1 fl R102 Camp Manager (a 260 

53 Team Hire for Camp, at rates speci- 

fied in Purchaser's contract. 

♦Funds provided for eight months only. 
t Funds provided for four months only. 



Section 17. PUBLIC LIBRARY 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 X2 City Librarian $550 

2 1 A154 Carpenter 12.00 day 

3 1 B72 Secretary, Library Department . . . 275-350 

4 10 B210 Office Assistant 125-150 

5 2 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

6 1 B222 General Clerk (part time) 79.50 

7 1 B423 Assistant to City Librarian 225-275 

8 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

9 1 B516 Senior Clerk-Typist 200-250 

10 1 C52 Elevator Operator 140-165 

11 1 C52 Elevator Operator (part time) 75 

13 1 C102 Janitress 130-155 

14 13 C102 Janitress or C104 Janitor 

(part time) 79.50 

14.1 8 C102 Janitress or C104 Janitor 

(part time) 39.75 

15 5 C104 Janitor 140-170 

16 1 C107 Working Foreman Janitor 170-200 

17 2 C152 Watchman 140-165 

18 5 J54 Book Repairer 120-145 

19 1 J56 Sub-Foreman Book Repairer 150-175 

20 1 Ol Chauffeur (h 187.50 

21 1 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 



Section 17.1. PUBLIC LIBRARY (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

22 2 X12 Chief Librarian $275-325 

23 20 X20 Head Librarian 235-275 

24 1 X32 Reference Librarian 250-300 

25 29 X40 Senior Librarian 200-235 

26 16 X42 Librarian 160-200 

27 1 X44 Station Keeper (part time) 79.50 



28 
29 



TEMPORARY SERVICES 

X42 Librarian (part time) as needed.. .95 hr. 

X52 Library Page (part time) as needed .50 hr. 



1224 SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 

Section 18. WAR MEMORIAL 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B59 Secretary, Board of Trustees, 

War Memorial $275-325 

2 1 B96 Managing Director, War Memorial 500-600 

3 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

4 2 C52 Elevator Operator 140-165 

5 19 C104 Janitor 140-170 

6 1 C108 Foreman Janitor 175-210 

7 5 C152 Watchman 140-165 

8 1 C202 Window Cleaner 175-200 

9 1 E108 Electrician (i 348.50 

10 1 E109 Stage Electrician 15.00 day 

11 1 E130 Elevator Mechanic (i 359.50 

12 2 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

13 1 0172 Chief Operating Engineer 312.50 

14 1 A165 Stage Carpenter 15.00 day 

15 1 C252 Opera House Attendant (part time) 

as needed .75 hr. 

AS NEEDED 

16 1 A170 Stage Property Man 15.00 day 

17 1 A354 Painter 12.00 day 



Section 18.1. ART MUSEUM 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

19 3 C52 Elevator Operator $140-165 

20 2 C104 Janitor 140-170 



Section 19. ART COMMISSION 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B57 Secretary, Art Commission $275-325 

2 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 

(part time) 79.50 



Section 20. CALIFORNIA PALACE OF THE LEGION 
OF HONOR 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B302 Addressing Machine Operator $150-190 

2 1 B425 Assistant to Director, California 

Palace of the Legion of Honor . . 200-250 

3 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

4 1 C104 Janitor 140-170 

5 1 C107 Working Foreman Janitor 170-200 

5.1 2 C152 Watchman 140-165 

6 8 C180 Gallery Attendant 140-165 

7 1 0166.1 Junicr Operating Engineer 200 

8 1 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



1225 



Section 20.1. 



CALIFORNIA PALACE OF THE LEGION 
OF HONOR (Continued) 



Item No 
No. Emp: 



10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 



of Class 
oyees No. 

Y4 

Y6 

Y8 

Y10 

Y12 

Y30 

Y42 

Y44 

Y46 



Class-Title 



Compensation 
Schedules 



Director, California Palace of the 

Legion of Honor $500-600 

Organist (part time) as needed . . . 25.00 day 

Curator A 300-350 

Curator B 250-300 

Curator C 200-250 

Registrar 200-225 

Chief Installer 200-225 

Senior Museum Technician 175-200 

Museum Technician 150-175 



Section 21. M. H. de YOUNG MEMORIAL MUSEUM 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 A180 Cabinet Maker (h $281 

2 1 B71 Secretary, Board of Trustees, M. H. 

de Young Memorial Museum and 
California Palace of Legion of 
Honor 300-375 

3 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

4 1 B424 Assistant to Director, M. H. 

de Young Memorial Museum . . . 200-250 

4.1 1 B454 Telephone Operator (part time) . . 79.50 

5 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

6 1 C102 Janitress 130-155 

7 1 C103 Checkroom Attendant 130-155 

8 2 C104 Janitor 140-170 

9 15 C180 Gallery Attendant 140-165 

10 2 C182 Assistant Head Gallery Attendant. 165-175 

11 1 C184 Head Gallery Attendant 175-200 

12 1 0166.1Junior Operating Engineer 200 

13 1 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 



Section 21.1. M. H. de YOUNG MEMORIAL MUSEUM 

(Continued) 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

14 1 Y2 Director, M. H. de Young Memorial 

Museum $650-750 

15 2 Y10 Curator B 250-300 

15.1 1 Y10 Curator B (part time) 245 

16 1 Y12 Curator C 200-250 

17 1 Y20 Administrative Assistant, M. H. 

de Young Memorial Museum. . . 275-325 

18 1 Y30 Registrar 200-225 



Section 21.2. M. H. de YOUNG MEMORIAL MUSEUM 

(Continued) 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

19 1 Y42 Chief Installer $200-225 

20 1 Y43 Chief Repairer and Packer 200-225 

22 3 Y46 Museum Technician 150-175 

23 1 Y48 Publicity Clerk 160-200 



1226 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



Section 22. STEINHART AQUARIUM 

Item No. of Cless Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 

(part time) $ 64.00 

2 1 B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 

(part time) 67.00 

3 1 CI 01 Dressing Room Maid (part time) 

as needed .75 hr. 

4 1 C104 Janitor 140-170 

5 1 C180 Gallery Attendant (part time) 56.00 

6 3 0166.1Junior Operating Engineer 200 

7 1 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

8 2 W150 Aquarium Attendant 150-185 

9 1 W152 Aquatic Collector 185-210 

10 1 X40 Senior Librarian (part time) 50 

11 1 Y42 Chief Installer 200-225 

12 1 Y100 Director, Steinhart Aquarium 

(part time) 250 

13 1 Y102 Curator of Fishes (part time) 150 

14 1 Y104 Curator of Aquatic Biology 300-350 

15 2 Y106 Aquatic Biologist's Assistant 185-225 

Section 23. MUNICIPAL COURT 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 12 Judges (b $708.33 

2 1 B85 Jury Commissioner, Municipal 

Court (b 450 

3 2 B68 Chief Clerk 300-375 

4 1 B105 Cashier B 275-325 

5 14 B152 Court Room Clerk 250-275 

6 5 B160 Law Clerk 200-250 

7 5 B164 Senior Law Clerk 250-300 

8 1 Clerk of the Municipal Court . . (b 500 

Section 23.1. MUNICIPAL COURT (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

9 22 B222 General Clerk $160-200 

10 1 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

11 1 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

12 6 B421 Court Reporter, $12.50 per day plus 

transcriptions. 

13 16 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 



Section 24. SUPERIOR COURT 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 18 Judges (d $500 

2 1 Secretary- Jury Commissioner. .. (c 600 

3 1 Assistant Secretary- 

Jury Commissioner (c 300 

4 2 Assistant Secretary- 

Jury Commissioner (c 275 

5 1 B87 Secretary-Attendant Grand Jury . . 400 

6 7 B252 Court Interpreter (part time) 175 

7 2 B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

8 4 B454 Telephone Operator 160-200 

9 1 B516 Senior Clerk-Typist 200-250 

10 5 B421 Court Reporter, $12.50 per day plus 

transcriptions. 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 1227 

Section 25. LAW LIBRARY 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 Assistant Law Librarian (e $300 

2 1 Law Librarian (e 525 

3 1 Bookbinder (e 250 

Section 26. JUVENILE COURT (Probation Office) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 2 B4 Bookkeeper $175-225 

2 1 B6 Senior Bookkeeper 225-275 

3 1 B35 Administrative Assistant, 

Juvenile Court 300-375 

4 1 B210 Office Assistant 125-150 

5 1 B239 Statistician 225-275 

6 11 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

7 1 B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

8 1 B454 Telephone Operator 160-200 

9 8 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

9.1 1 B516 Senior Clerk-Typist 200-250 

10 1 L364 Physician, Specialist (part time) . . 250 

11 2 L404 Psychologist 175-200 

12 1 L406 Senior Psychologist 200-250 

13 37 T56 Probation Officer 190-240 

13.1 2 T57 Psychiatric Social Service Worker 190-240 

14 5 T60 Senior Probation Officer 240-290 

15 1 Referee (part time) (c 350 

16 1 T72 Chief Juvenile Probation Officer . 350-450 

17 B421 Court Reporter (as needed), $12.50 

per day plus transcriptions. 

Section 27. JUVENILE COURT (Detention Home) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 2 C104 Janitor $140-170 

2 1 C107 Working Foreman Janitor 170-200 

3 1 12 Kitchen Helper 110-135 

3.1 1 1 10 Cook's Assistant (i 179.50 

4 1 1 12 Cook (i 230.50 

5 3 P102 Registered Nurse 150-175 

6 2 R56 Playground Director (part time) 

as needed 1.00 hr. 

7 18 T2 Attendant, Juvenile Detention 

Home 150-175 

8 1 T12 Superintendent, Juvenile 

Detention Home 250-325 

8.1 1 T13 Assistant Superintendent, Juvenile 

Detention Home 200-250 

Section 27a. JUVENILE COURT (Boys' Ranch School) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 1 10 Cook's Assistant (i $179.50 

2 1 1 12 Cook (i 230.50 

3 1 T20 Director of the Boys' Ranch School 250-325 

4 2 T22 Assistant Director of Boys' Ranch 

School 200-250 

5 1 T24 Agricultural Instructor 175-200 

6 2 T26 Ranch School Maintenance Man .. . 175-200 

7 1 T33 Group Supervisor, Boys' Ranch 

School 175-200 



1228 SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 

Section 27b. JUVENILE COURT 

(Laguna Honda Children's Home) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 1 12 Cook (i $230.50 

2 1 P102 Registered Nurse 150-175 

3 1 T30 Director of Girls' School 250-325 

4 3 T32 Group Supervisor, Girls' School .. . 175-200 

5 1 R56 Playground Director (part time) 

as needed 1.00 hr. 

Section 28. ADULT PROBATION DEPARTMENT 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B4 Bookkeeper $175-225 

2 4 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

3 9 T56 Probation Officer 190-240 

4 1 T60 Senior Probation Officer 240-290 

5 1 T70 Chief Adult Probation Officer 350-450 

Section 29. CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 Chief Administrative Officer. . . (b $1,000 

2 1 B4 Bookkeeper 175-225 

2.1 1 B80 Principal Assistant to Chief Admin- 
istrative Officer (I 500-625 

3 1 B210 Office Assistant (part time) 79.50 

4 1 B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

5 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

6 1 G31 Administrative Technician 225-275 

Section 29.3. CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER- 
CITIZENS' PROTECTIVE CORPS (Continued) 
SAN FRANCISCO VICTORY GARDEN ADVISORY COUNCIL 
AND HOME FOOD PRODUCTION 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

4 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

Section 29.4. CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER— 

CITIZENS' PROTECTIVE CORPS (Continued) 

SALVAGE FOR VICTORY 
Item No. of Class Compensation 
No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

6 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

Section 29.5. CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER- 
CITIZENS' PROTECTIVE CORPS (Continued) 

HOSPITALITY HOUSE 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

8 1 B236.2 Supervisor of Activities, Hospitality 

House $250 

9 3 B602 Receptionist (part time) 135 

10 2 C103 Checkroom Attendant (part time) . 117 

11 4 C104 Janitor 140-170 

Section 29.6. CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER- 
CITIZENS' PROTECTIVE CORPS (Continued) 

DORMITORIES FOR SERVICE MEN 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

15 5 C104 Janitor $140-170 

16 2 B229 Dormitory Clerk 200 

17 1 B236 Manager, Dormitories 250 

18 4 1 204 Porter 115-140 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



1229 



Section 29.7. CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER- 
CITIZENS' PROTECTIVE CORPS (Continued) 

SAN FRANCISCO COUNCIL FOR VETERANS' SERVICES 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 

20 1 B408 



Compensation 
Class-Title Schedules 

General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 



Section 30. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND RECORDS- 
DIRECTOR 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 

1 1 B95 

2 1 B408 



Compensation 
Class-Title Schedules 

Director of Finance and Records . . $500-625 
General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 



Section 31. 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND RECORDS- 
TAX COLLECTOR 



Item No. of Class 



No. Emp: 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 
11 
12 



22 



oyees No. 
B89 
B93 
B102 
B105 
B108 
B222 
B228 
B234 
B408 
B412 
G153 
G154 



Class-Title 



Compensation 
Schedules 



Director, Bureau of Licenses ...... $300-375 

Tax Collector (a 666.66 

Teller 200-250 

Cashier B 275-325 

Cashier A 325-400 

General Clerk 160-200 

Senior Clerk 200-250 

Head Clerk 250-300 

General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

Adjuster, Tax Collector's Office 200-250 

Senior Inspector of Licenses 260-325 



Section 31.1. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND RECORDS- 
TAX COLLECTOR (Continued) 

BUREAU OF DELINQUENT REVENUE COLLECTIONS 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

13 1 B91 Director, Bureau of Delinquent 

Revenue $300-375 

14 5 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

14.1 1 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

15 2 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

16 1 K4 Attorney, Civil 375 



Section 32. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND RECORDS- 
REGISTRAR OF VOTERS 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B66 Registrar of Voters $500 

2 2 B68 Chief Clerk 300-375 

3 1 B164 Senior Law Clerk 250-300 

3.1 3 B222 General Clerk (a 225 

4 5 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

5 1 B228 Senior Clerk : . . 200-250 

6 1 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

7 1 B304 Senior Addressing Machine 

Operator 190-225 

8 4 B305 Voting Machine Adjuster 175-200 

9 1 B355 Custodian of Voting Machines 250-300 

10 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

11 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 



1230 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



Section 33. 



Item 


No. of 


No. 


Employees 


1 


1 


2 


1 


3 


1 


4 


1 


4.1 


2 


5 


4 


6 


1 


7 


2 


8 


23 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND RECORDS- 
RECORDER 

Class Compensation 

No. Class-Title Schedules 

B68 Chief Clerk $300-375 

B81 Recorder 500 

B103 Cashier C 200-250 

B105 Cashier B 275-325 

B222 General Clerk (k 199 

B222 General Clerk 160-200 

B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 



Section 34. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND RECORDS- 
COUNTY CLERK 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B68 Chief Clerk $300-375 

2 1 B105 Cashier B 275-325 

3 22 B152 Court Room Clerk 250-275 

4 9 B160 Law Clerk 200-250 

5 7 B164 Senior Law Clerk 250-300 

6 1 B169 County Clerk 500 

7 7 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

7.1 1 B327 Photostat Operator (k 199 

8 1 B327 Photostat Operator 160-200 

10 3 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 



Section 35. 



Item 
No. 

1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 

7 

7.1 
8 
9 



No 
Emp: 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND RECORDS- 
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR 



of Class 
oyees No. 

B4 

B6 

B173 

B222 

B234 

B408 

B412 

K4 

K4 

K6 



Class-Title 



Compensation 
Schedules 



Bookkeeper $175-225 

Senior Bookkeeper 225-275 

Public Administrator (a 666.66 

General Clerk 160-200 

Head Clerk 250-300 

General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

Attorney, Civil (part time) 314.50 

Attorney, Civil (part time) 350 

Senior Attorney, Civil (b 666.66 



Section 36. PURCHASING DEPARTMENT- 
GENERAL OFFICE 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 3 B222 General Clerk $160-200 

2 1 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

3 3 B352 Storekeeper 160-200 

3.1 1 B354 General Storekeeper (a 280 

4 3 B354 General Storekeeper 200-250 

5 1 B360 Printing and Stationery Buyer 275-325 

6 4 B366 Assistant Purchaser of Supplies 275-325 

6.1 1 B366 Assistant Purchaser of Supplies. . (Z 275-325 

7 1 B368 Chief Assistant Purchaser of 

Supplies 350-425 

8 1 B374 Purchaser of Supplies 750 

9 1 B382 Supervisor of Equipment and 

Supplies 200-250 

10 13 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

11 3 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 



Item 


No. of 


No. 


Employees 


14 


1 


15 


1 


16 


1 


17 


2 


18 


6 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 1231 

Section 36.1. PURCHASING DEPARTMENT- 
INTERDEPARTMENTAL 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class -Title Schedules 

12 6 B352 Storekeeper $160-200 

12.1 4 B354 General Storekeeper 200-250 

13 1 B366 Assistant Purchaser of Supplies . . . 275-325 

14 1 B368 Chief Assistant Purchaser of 

Supplies 350-425 

15 2 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

Section 37. PURCHASING DEPARTMENT- 
CENTRAL SHOPS No. 1 and No. 2 

Class Compensation 

No. Class-Title Schedules 

B4 Bookkeeper $175-225 

B222 General Clerk 160-200 

B354 General Storekeeper 200-250 

B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

J 66 Garageman (i 205 

Section 37.1. PURCHASING DEPARTMENT— CENTRAL SHOPS 

No. 1 and No. 2 (Continued) 

The following positions are in interdepartmental service. The em- 
ployments are not established as continuing positions but "as needed" 
when services are required and funds are provided: 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

19 2 A156 Patternmaker $ 13.60 day 

20 5 A364 Car and Auto Painter 12.00 day 

22 1 E104 Batteryman-Electrician 13.60 day 

23.1 15 J 66 Garageman (i 205 

24 1 M2 General Foreman Machinist (i 336 

25 1 M8 General Superintendent of Shops . . 450-550 

26 32 M54 Auto Machinist 11.12 day 

27 1 M60 Auto Fender and Body Worker 12.00 day 

28 4 M107 Blacksmith Finisher 9.80 day 

29 4 M108 Blacksmith 11.40 day 

30 1 M154 Boilermaker's Helper 8.50 day 

31 1 M156 Boilermaker 10.72 day 

32 1 M252 Machinist's Helper 8.40 day 

33 7 M254 Machinist 11.12 day 

34 1 Ol Chauffeur 8.00 day 

35 I O108 Leatherworker 11.12 day 

36 1 0152 Engineer of Hoisting and Portable 

Engines 13.00 day 

Section 37.2. PURCHASING DEPARTMENT- 
CENTRAL WAREHOUSE 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

37 1 B234 Head Clerk $250-300 

38 1 B354 General Storekeeper 200-250 

39 1 B358 Assistant Stationery Buyer 225-275 

40 1 J 12 Labor Foreman (h 201.50 

Section 37.3. PURCHASING DEPARTMENT- 
REPRODUCTION BUREAU 

INTERDEPARTMENTAL 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

41 2 B325 Blueprinter $160-200 

42 1 B327 Photostat Operator 160-200 

43 1 B332 Supervisor, Reproduction Bureau. . 250-300 



1232 SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 

Section 37.4. PURCHASING DEPARTMENT- 
TABULATING BUREAU 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

44 1 B310 Tabulating Machine Operator $175-210 

45 1 B310.2 Supervisor, Tabulating Bureau 275-325 

Section 37.5. PURCHASING DEPARTMENT- 
TABULATING BUREAU (Continued) 

INTERDEPARTMENTAL 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

46 5 B309a Key Punch Operator 

(Alphabetical) $150-175 

47 6 B310 Tabulating Machine Operator 175-210 

Section 37.6. PURCHASING DEPARTMENT— WAGES 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

48 3 J 4 Laborer $ 7.60 day 

Section 38. REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

1.1 1 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

2 1 G204 Assistant Director of Property 400-500 

3 1 G206 Director of Property 650-750 

INTERDEPARTMENTAL 

The following positions are in interdepartmental service. The em- 
ployments are not established as continuing positions but "as needed" 
when services are required and funds provided: 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

4 2 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

6 1 F102c Draftsman (Civil) 225-280 

7 3 G202 Division Right of Way Agent 300-350 

8 Real Estate and Improvement Ap- 

praisers at rates fixed by special 
appropriation. 

Section 39. REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT- 
EXPOSITION AUDITORIUM 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 A154 Carpenter (h $281 

1.1 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

2 1 C2 Assistant Superintendent of 

Auditorium 225-280 

3 1 C4 Superintendent of Auditorium 325-400 

3.1 1 C52 Elevator Operator (I 140-165 

4 5 C104 Janitor 140-170 

5 3 C152 Watchman 140-165 

6 1 E108 Electrician (h 318.50 

8 1 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

(PART TIME) AS NEEDED 

9 A154 Carpenter $ 12.00 day 

10 1 A354 Painter 12.00 day 

11 C101 Dressing Room Maid (part time) 

as needed .75 hr. 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



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Section 40. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- 
GENERAL OFFICE 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 Director of Public Works (b $666.66 

2 1 B95.1 Assistant Director of Public Works 450-560 

3 1 B210 Office Assistant 125-150 

3.1 1 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

4 1 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

5 4 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

6 4 B454 Telephone Operator 160-200 

7 1 B454 Telephone Operator (part time) . . . 79.50 

8 1 B458 Chief Telephone Operator 200-250 

8.1 1 L360 Physician (part time) 250 

Section 41. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- 
BUREAU OF ACCOUNTS 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B4 Bookkeeper (a $250 

2 1 B34 Supervisor, Bureau of Accounts, De- 

partment of Public Works 375-450 

3 5 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

4 3 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

4.1 1 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

5 2 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

6 1 B454 Telephone Operator 160-200 

7 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

INTERDEPARTMENTAL 

8 1 B4 Bookkeeper 175-225 

9 5 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

9.1 1 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

10 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

11 3 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 



Section 42. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- 
BUREAU OF BUILDING REPAIR 



Item No. of Class 



No. 

1 



Emp 



oyees No. 
A8 



A10 



3 




A161 


3.1 




A208 


4 




A358 


5 




A408 


6 




A460 


7 




A506 


8 




Elll 


9 




C52 


9.1 




C52 


11 




C102 


12 




C102 


13 


62 


C104 


14 


2 


C107 


15 


3 


C108 


16 


1 


C110 


17 


2 


C152 



Compensation 
Class-Title Schedules 

Assistant Superintendent of Main- 
tenance and Repair of Public 

Buildings $400-450 

Superintendent of Maintenance and 

Repair of Public Buildings 450-550 

General Foreman Carpenter . . . (h 328 
General Foreman Cement 

Finisher (h 328 

General Foreman Painter (h 328 

General Foreman Plumber . . . . (h 365.50 
General Foreman Sheet Metal 

Worker (h 328 

General Foreman Steamfitter . . (h 365.50 
General Foreman Electrician . . (h 365.50 

Elevator Operator 140-165 

Elevator Operator (k 164 

Janitress 130-155 

Janitress (part time) 79.50 

Janitor 140-170 

Working Foreman Janitor 170-200 

Foreman Janitor 175-210 

Supervisor of Janitors 225-280 

Watchman 140-165 



1234 SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 

Section 42. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- 
BUREAU OF BUILDING REPAIR (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

17.1 1 C152 Watchman (k 164 

19 6 C202 Window Cleaner 175-200 

20 1 C204 Sub-Foreman Window Cleaner 200-210 

21 5 0166.1 Junior Operating Engineer 200 

22 7 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

23 2 0172 Chief Operating Engineer 312.50 



Section 43. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- 
BUREAU OF BUILDING REPAIR (Continued) 

Employments as required on miscellaneous repair of public build- 
ings, including schools, as provided in Section 95 of the Charter. Num- 
ber of employments is enumerated wherever the employee has attained 
permanent civil service tenure in this department. The employments 
are not established as continuing positions but "as needed" when the 
services are required and the funds are provided. 

INTERDEPARTMENTAL 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 A52 Hodcarrier $ 12.00 day 

2 A56 Bricklayer 15.00 day 

3 1 A62 Tile Setter 12.00 day 

4 20 A154 Carpenter 12.00 day 

5 2 A160 Foreman Carpenter 13.00 day 

6 7 A202 Cement Finisher's Helper 11.00 day 

7 5 A204 Cement Finisher 12.00 day 

9 3 A252 Glazier 11.20 day 

10 1 A254 Foreman Glazier 12.20 day 

11 2 A302 Locksmith 12.00 day 

11.1 1 A302 Locksmith (h 281 

12 30 A354 Painter 12.00 day 

13 4 A357 Foreman Painter 13.00 day 

14 2 A392 Plasterer 14.00 day 

15 26 A404 Plumber 13.60 day 

16 13 A456 Sheet Metal Worker 12.00 day 

17 10 A504 Steamfitter 13.60 day 

18 1 C152 Watchman 140-165 

19 15 E108 Electrician 13.60 day 

19.1 1 E108 Electrician (h 318.50 

20 2 J 4 Laborer 7.60 day 

21 Teams and trucks at rates estab- 

lished by purchaser's contract. 



Section 44. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- 
BUREAU OF BUILDING INSPECTION 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 10 A106 Building Inspector $260-325 

2 2 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

3 1 F410c Engineer (Civil, Public Works) .... 375-450 

4 1 F560 Superintendent, Bureau of Build- 

ing Inspection 500-600 

5 1 M158 Boiler Inspector 260-325 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 1235 

Section 45. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- 
BUREAU OF ENGINEERING 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B222 General Clerk $160-200 

2 1 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

3 1 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

4 2 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

5 2 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

6 1 F4 Assistant City Engineer 500-600 

7 1 F10 City Engineer (a 833.33 

8 1 F100 Junior Draftsman 180-225 

9 1 F102b Draftsman (Structural) 225-280 

9.1 3 F102c Draftsman (Civil) 225-280 

10 4 F104a Senior Draftsman (Civil, 

Public Works) 280-325 

12 4 F202 Inspector, Public Works Construc- 
tion 200-250 

14 1 F256 Cartographer and Art Designer 225-280 

14.1 9 F401c Junior Engineer (Civil, 

Public Works) 225-280 

15 9 F406b Assistant Engineer (Civil, 

Public Works) 300-375 

15.1 1 F406e Assistant Engineer (Mechanical, 

Public Works) 300-375 

16 6 F410c Engineer (Civil, Public Works) . . . 375-450 

17 1 F412a Senior Engineer (Civil, 

Public Works) 450-575 

18 6 F604 Surveyor's Field Assistant 200-250 

19 3 F610 Chief of Party 275-325 

20 1 LI 14 Engineering Chemist 250-300 



Section 46. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- 
BUREAU OF ENGINEERING (Continued) 

INTERDEPARTMENTAL 

EMPLOYMENTS PREDICATED ON REVENUE AND 
BOND ISSUE MONEYS 

The following positions are in interdepartmental service and predi- 
cated on bond issues. The employments are not established as con- 
tinuing positions but "as needed" when services are required and 
funds are provided. 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

21 1 B228 Senior Clerk $200-250 

22 4 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

23 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

24 7 F100 Junior Draftsman 180-225 

25 23 F102c Draftsman (Civil) 225-280 

25.1 4 F102b Draftsman (Structural) 225-280 

25.2 5 F102e Draftsman (Electrical) 225-280 

25.3 5 F102f Draftsman (Mechanical) 225-280 

25.4 2 F102a Draftsman (Architectural) 225-280 

26 25 F104a Senior Draftsman (Civil, Public 

Works) 280-325 

26.1 2 F104d Senior Draftsman (Electrical) . . '. . . 280-325 

26.2 2 F104e Senior Draftsman (Mechanical) . . . 280-325 
27.1 1 F108 Architect 350-435 

28 27 F401c Junior Engineer (Civil, Public 

Works) 225-280 

29 1 F356 Electrical Engineering Inspector. .. 260-325 



1236 SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 

Section 46. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS — 

BUREAU OF ENGINEERING (Continued) 

INTERDEPARTMENTAL (Continued) 

EMPLOYMENTS PREDICATED ON REVENUE AND 
BOND ISSUE MONEYS (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Clas3-Title Schedules 

30 27 F406b Assistant Engineer (Civil, Public 

Works) $300-375 

30.1 5 F406d Assistant Engineer (Electrical, 

Public Works) 300-375 

30.2 5 F406e Assistant Engineer (Mechanical, 

Public Works) 300-375 

31 9 F410c Engineer (Civil, Public Works) 375-450 

31.1 1 F410a Engineer (Electrical) 375-450 

31.2 1 F410f Engineer (Mechanical) 375-450 

32 6 F604 Surveyor's Field Assistant 200-250 

33 3 F610 Chief of Party 275-325 



Section 46a. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- 
BUREAU OF ENGINEERING (Continued) 

SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

2 1 F527 Superintendent, Sewage Treatment 

Plant 350-450 

3 2 J 4 Laborer 7.60 day 

4 1 LI 15 Assistant Superintendent and 

Chemist 280-350 

5 1 Ol Chauffeur 9.15 day 

6 5 0166.1 Junior Operating Engineer 200 

7 5 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

8 1 0172 Chief Operating Engineer 312.50 



Section 47. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- 
CENTRAL PERMIT BUREAU 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B222 General Clerk $160-200 

2 2 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

3 1 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

4 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 



Section 48. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- 
BUREAU OF SEWER REPAIR 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 O208 General Foreman, Sewer Connec- 

tions and Repairs $280-325 

2 2 0214 Assistant Superintendent, Bureau 

of Sewer Repair 325-400 

3 1 0216 Superintendent, Bureau of Sewer 

Repair 500-600 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



1237 



Section 48. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS— 

BUREAU OF SEWER REPAIR (Continued) 

EMPLOYMENTS AS NEEDED 

The employments are not established as continuing positions but 
"as needed" when services are required and funds are provided: 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

4 12 A52 Hodcarrier $ 12.00 day 

5 7 A56 Bricklayer 16.00 day 

6 50 *A155 Cribber 9.70 day 

7 28 J 4 Laborer 7.60 day 

8 9 Ol Chauffeur 9.15 day 

10 1 O208 General Foreman, Sewer Connec- 

tions and Repair 280-325 

11 17 O210 Sewer Cleaner 11.20 day 

12 2 U108 Compressor Operator 10.00 day 

13 Teams and trucks (as needed) at 

rates established by purchaser's 
contract. 

♦Twenty of these are not included in budget estimates as compensa- 
tion is paid by property owners. 



Section 49. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- 
SEWAGE PUMPING STATION 



Item 
No. 

1 
2 
3 



No. of Clrss 
Employees No. 



Class-Title 



1 F356 Electrical Engineering Inspector 
3 0166.1 Junior Operating Engineer 

2 0168.1 Operating Engineer 



Compensation 
Schedules 



$260-325 
200 
250 



Section 50. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS— 
DIVISION OF STREET CLEANING 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

2 268 J 4 Laborer $ 7.60 day 

3 12 J 10 Labor Sub-Foreman 8.10 day 

4 4 J 108 District Director of Street Cleaning 250-300 

5 1 J 112 Supervisor of Street Cleaning 300-375 

6 44 Ol Chauffeur 9.15 day 

7 1 058 Gardener 150-175 

8 Teams and trucks (as needed) at 
rates established by purchaser's 
contract. 



Section 50a. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- 
DIVISION OF STREET CLEANING (Continued) 

EMPLOYMENTS AS NEEDED 

The employments are not established as continuing positions but 
'as needed" when services are required and funds are provided: 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 



25 



J4 



Compensation 
Class-Title Schedules 

Laborer $ 7.60 day 



1238 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



Section 51. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- 
BUREAU OF STREETS 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 F220 General Superintendent of Streets $500-600 

2 1 0298 Supervisor of Street Repair 300-375 

DIVISION OF STREET REPAIR 
The employments are not established as continuing positions but 
"as needed" when services are required and funds are provided: 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

3 5 A202 Cement Finisher's Helper $ 11.00 day 

4 3 A204 Cement Finisher 12.00 day 

5 1 B210 Office Assistant 125-150 

5.1 1 C152 Watchman (k 164 

5.2 1 C152 Watchman 140-165 

5.3 1 C152 Watchman (as needed) 140-165 

6 35 J 4 Laborer 7.60 day 

7 2 J 12 Labor Foreman 8.60 day 

7.1 1 M70 Inspector of Automotive Equipment 225-260 

8 15 Ol Chauffeur 9.15 day 

9 2 0152 Engineer of Hoisting and Portable 

Engines 13.00 day 

10 1 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

11 2 0252 Dryer Mixerman 11.20 day 

12 1 0254 Foreman, Asphalt Plant 12.20 day 

13 2 O260 Rammer 9.00 day 

14 2 0264 Paver 10.00 day 

15 4 0268 Granite Cutter 11.50 day 

16 18 0276 Asphalt Worker 9.70 day 

17 7 0278 Asphalt Finisher 10.20 day 

18 3 O280 Sub-Foreman, Asphalt Finisher . . . 10.70 day 

19 1 0282 Foreman, Asphalt Finisher 11.20 day 

20 2 0294 General Foreman, Street Repair . . . 250-300 

21 1 U108 Compressor Operator 10.00 day 

The following positions are in interdepartmental service and their 
employments are predicated on moneys received from the State of 
California for work to be performed on State highways within the 
City and County of San Francisco, 1st quarter cent gas tax — Special 
Gas Tax Street Improvement, Major Streets, 2nd quarter cent gas tax 
and through Work Orders for the Municipal Railway for paving work 
along side and between the railway tracks; also Work Orders covering 
sewer trenches: 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

22 8 J 4 Laborer $ 7.60 day 

23 2 Ol Chauffeur 9.15 day 

24 1 0152 Engineer of Hoisting and Portable 

Engines 13.00 day 

25 21 0276 Asphalt Worker 9.70 day 

26 4 0278 Asphalt Finisher 10.20 day 

27 5 O280 Sub-Foreman Asphalt Finisher 10.70 day 

BRIDGES 

28 8 C152 Watchman $140-165 

29 1 C152 Watchman (k 159 

30 1 C152 Watchman (k 164 

31 10 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

32 1 168.1 Operating Engineer (Relief) at 

rate of 250 

33 Teams and trucks (as needed) at 

rates established by purchaser's 
contract. 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 - 



1239 



Section 52. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- 
BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

2 2 F102a Draftsman (Architectural) 225-280 

3 1 F112 City Architect 500-600 

INTERDEPARTMENTAL SERVICE 
The following positions are in interdepartmental service. The em- 
ployments are not established as continuing positions but "as needed" 
when services are required and funds are provided: 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

4 4 A106 Building Inspector $260-325 

5 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

6 1 F102a Draftsman (Architectural) 225-280 

7 1 F108 Architect 350-435 

8 F406a Assistant Engineer (Architectural) 300-375 



Section 53. DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICITY 

ADMINISTRATION 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 

1 1 B4 

2 1 B408 

3 1 F366 



Compensation 
Schedules 



Class-Title 

Bookkeeper $175-225 

General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

Chief, Department of Electricity . . . 500-600 



Section 53.1. DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICITY (Continued) 

INSPECTION BUREAU 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

4 1 B222 General Clerk $160-200 

5 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

6 1 E2 Line Inspector 260-325 

7 9 E4 Electrical Inspector 260-325 

8 1 E8 Chief Electrical Inspector 325-375 

Section 53.2. DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICITY (Continued) 
FIRE ALARM OFFICE 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

9 4 B454 Telephone Operator $160-200 

10 8 E52 Fire Dispatcher 200-250 

11 1 E54 Chief Fire Dispatcher 250-300 



Section 53.3. DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICITY (Continued) 

PLANT DIVISION 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

12 1 E108 Electrician (h $318.50 

13 1 E116 Superintendent of Plant, Depart- 

ment of Electricity 400 

13.01 1 E117 Assistant Superintendent of Plant . . 300-325 
13.1 9 E154 Lineman (g 268 

14 4 E154 Lineman (h 295 

15 1 E160 Foreman Lineman (g 289 



1240 SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 

Section 53.4. DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICITY (Continued) 

WAGES 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

17 1 A354 Painter (h $281 

18 2 El 10 Radio Maintenance Man (h 257.50 

19 1 E156 Cable Splicer (a 16.00 day 

20 3 J 4 Laborer 7.60 day 

21 1 J 4 Laborer (ah 211 

21.1 1 J 10 Labor Sub-Foreman 8.10 day 

Section 53.5. DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICITY (Continued) 

MACHINE SHOP 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

22 1 M254 Machinist (h $260.50 

23 4 M260 Instrument Maker (g 260.50 

24 1 M264 Foreman Instrument Maker (g 281.50 

Section 54. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH— 
CENTRAL OFFICE 

ADMINISTRATION 

Item No. of Class Compensation 
No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B36 Business Manager $400-500 

1.1 1 B210 Office Assistant 125-150 

2 1 B222 General Clerk (part time) 79.50 

3 2 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

4 1 B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

5 2 B454 Telephone Operator 160-200 

6 2 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

7 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist (part time) . . 79.50 
7.1 1 B516 Senior Clerk-Typist 200-250 

8 1 C52 Elevator Operator 140-165 

9 1 G80 Personnel Officer 275-350 

10 1 L16 Assistant Director of Public Health 500-600 

11 1 L18 Director of Public Health 700-850 

11.1 1 L19 Chief, Division of Public Health 

Education 325-400 

12 1 Ol Chauffeur 210 

ACCOUNTING 

13 2 B4 Bookkeeper : : 175-225 

14 1 B6 Senior Bookkeeper 225-275 

15 1 B10 Accountant 275-325 

16 2 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

17 1 B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

18 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

Section 54a. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
CENTRAL OFFICE (Continued) 

STATISTICS 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

20 2 B228 Senior Clerk $200-250 

21 2 B239 Statistician 225-275 

22 4 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

23 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

COMMUNICABLE DISEASES 

24 2 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

25 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist (part time) . . 79.50 

26 12 J 74 Rodent Controlman 150-175 

27 4 L364 Physician Specialist (part time) . . . 386 

28 1 L371 Director, Bureau of Communicable 

Diseases (part time) 514.50 

29 1 P54 Supervisor, Public Health Nursing 200-250 



SATURDAY; MAY 26, 1945 



1241 



Section 54b. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH— 
CENTRAL OFFICE (Continued) 

VENEREAL DISEASE CONTROL 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

30 1 B408 General Clerk- Stenographer 

(part time) $ 79.50 

31 4 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

32 5 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

33 2 1 116 Orderly 115-145 

34 1 1 204 Porter 115-140 

34.01 1 1 206 Porter Sub-Foreman 140-150 

34.1 1 L20 Public Health Educator 300 

35 4 L364 Physician Specialist (part time) ... 225 

36 2 L364 Physician Specialist 450 

37 1 L376 Chief, Division of Venereal Disease 

Control 450-500 

38 1 L406 Senior Psychologist 200-250 

39 7 P52 Public Health Nurse 175-200 

40 2 P54 Supervisor, Public Health Nursing 200-250 

41 3 P102 Registered Nurse 150-175 

Section 54b. 1. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
CENTRAL OFFICE (Continued) 

BUREAU OF MENTAL HYGIENE 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

42 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 

(part time) $ 79.50 

43 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

44 2 L364 Physician Specialist (part time) ... 225 

45 3 L404 Psychologist 175-200 

46 1 L404 Psychologist (part time) 79.50 

Section 54b.2. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
CENTRAL OFFICE (Continued) 

BACTERIOLOGICAL LABORATORY 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

47 2 B512 General Clerk-Typist $160-200 

49 4 1 204 Porter 115-140 

50 3 L52 Bacteriological Laboratory 

Technician 160-185 

51 3 L56 Bacteriologist 225-275 

51.1 1 L58 Senior Bacteriologist 275-325 

52 1 L60 Bacteriological Milk Inspector 275-325 

53 1 L64 Consultant Bacteriologist 

(part time) 75 



Section 55. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
CENTRAL OFFICE (Continued) 

SCHOOL INSPECTION— MEDICAL 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 



54 


1 


L252 


55 


2 


L364 


56 


9 


L364 


56.1 


1 


L364 


56.2 


1 


L364 


56.3 


1 


L368 


57 


1 


L602 



Class-Title 

Optometrist (part time) 

Physician Specialist 

Physician Specialist (part time) 
Physician Specialist (part time) 
Physician Specialist (part time) 
Director, Bureau of Child Hygiene 



Compensation 
Schedules 



$150 
450 
225 
247.50 
112.50 
500-600 



Audiometer Technician 160-200 



1242 SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 

Section 55.1. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
CENTRAL OFFICE (Continued) 

DENTAL 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

58 1 B222 General Clerk (part time) $ 79.50 

59 4 L152 Dental Hygienist 175-200 

60 10 L156 Dentist (part time) 135 

61 1 LI 60 Director of Dental Bureau 

(part time) (a 250 

Section 55.2. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
CENTRAL OFFICE (Continued) 

CHILD WELFARE— MEDICAL 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

62 2 L364 Physician Specialist $450 

63 4 L364 Physician Specialist (part time) ... 225 

63.1 1 L364 Physician Specialist (part time) ... 135 

63.2 1 L364 Physician Specialist (part time) ... 90 

Section 55.3. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
CENTRAL OFFICE (Continued) 

CHEMICAL LABORATORY 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

64 1 L102 Food Chemist Assistant $160-185 

65 2 L104 Food Chemist 225-275 

66 1 L106 Senior Food Chemist 275-325 

Section 55.4. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
CENTRAL OFFICE (Continued) 

PLUMBING INSPECTION 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Emplovees No. Class-Title Schedules 

67 7 A412 Plumbing Inspector $260-325 

68 1 A416 Chief Plumbing Inspector 325-375 

69 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

70 Plumber Examiners, $6 per meeting 

Section 55.5. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
CENTRAL OFFICE (Continued) 

CITY PHYSICIANS 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

70.1 7 L360 Physician (part time) $343 

71 3 L360 , Physician (part time) 300 

71.1 2 L360 Physician (part time) 150 

72 1 L362 Supervisor of City Physicians 400-500 

Section 55a. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
CENTRAL OFFICE (Continued) 

FIELD NURSING, ADMINISTRATION 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

73 1 B222 General Clerk $160-200 

74 7 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

75 10 P54 Supervisor, Public Health Nursing 200-250 

76 1 P57 Assistant Director of Public Health 

Nursing 250-280 

77 1 P58 Director of Public Health 

Nursing (a 339.50 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



1243 



Section 55a. 1. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
CENTRAL OFFICE (Continued) 



FIELD NURSING, SCHOOLS 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 

78 42 P52 



Compensation 
Schedules 



Class-Title 
Public Health Nurse $175-200 



Section 55a.2. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
CENTRAL OFFICE (Continued) 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 

78.1 1 N204 

79 27 P52 

80 2 P54 

81 4 1 204 



FIELD NURSING, OTHER 



Compensation 
Schedules 



Class-Title 
Housing and Industrial Inspector . . $200-250 

Public Health Nurse 175-200 

Supervisor, Public Health Nursing 200-250 
Porter 115-140 



Section 55a.3. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
CENTRAL OFFICE (Continued) 

TUBERCULOSIS BUREAU 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

82 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

83 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

84 3 L364 Physician Specialist (part time) ... 225 

85 1 L375 Chief , Division of Tuberculosis 

Control 450-500 

86 9 P52 Public Health Nurse 175-200 

87 4 P102 Registered Nurse 150-175 

88 1 P104 Head Nurse 175-200 

Section 55a.4. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
BUREAU OF INSPECTION 

DIVISION 1 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

2 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 

(part time) 79.50 

3 1 N53 Assistant District Supervisor 250-300 

4 4 N56 Market and Food Inspector 200-250 

5 2 N60 Abattoir Inspector 200-250 

6 5 N62 Veterinarian 250-300 

7 1 N63 Chief Abattoir Inspector 300-350 

8 6 N64 Dairy Inspector 225-275 

8.1 1 N64 Dairy Inspector (a 300 



Section 55a.5. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
BUREAU OF INSPECTION (Continued) 

DIVISION 2 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

9 5 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

9.1 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

10 1 F408 Public Health Engineer 375-450 

11 2 N53 Assistant District Supervisor 250-300 

12 4 N54 District Supervisor . . . : 300-350 

13 34 N56 Market and Food Inspector 200-250 

13.1 2 N60 Abattoir Inspector 200-250 

13.2 1 N70 Chief Food and Sanitary Inspector 350-400 

14 13 N204 Housing and Industrial Inspector. 200-250 



1244 SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 

Section 55b. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
CENTRAL OFFICE (Continued) 

INTERDEPARTMENTAL 
These employments are not established as continuing positions but 
"as needed" when services are required and funds are provided: 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 2 12 Kitchen Helper $110-135 

2 15 1 116 Orderly 115-145 

3 15 1 116 Orderly (part time) at rate of 115 

4 7 1 204 Porter 115-140 

5 20 P102 Registered Nurse 150-175 

6 30 P102 Registered Nurse (part time) at 

rate of 150 

7 4 P103 Special Nurse (m 8.00 plus 

Section 56. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH— 
LAGUNA HONDA HOME 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 2 B222 General Clerk $160-200 

2 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

3 4 B454 Telephone Operator 160-200 

5 1 C152 Watchman (k 164 

6 15 12 Kitchen Helper 110-135 

7 1 17 Baker (i 206 

8 3 1 10 Cook's Assistant (i 179.50 

9 4 1 12 Cook (i 230.50 

9.1 1 1 16 Chef (i 282.50 

10 1 1 22 Butcher 212 

11 1 1 24 Senior Butcher 233 

12 3 1 54 Waitress 110-135 

13 1 I 58 Dining Room Steward (i 186 

14 Inmate Help, not over 50 

Section 56.1. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH— 
LAGUNA HONDA HOME (Continued) 

Compensation 
Class-Title Schedules 

Orderly $115-145 

Senior Orderly 145-165 

Supervisor, Ambulatory Inmates.. 190-230 

Laundress 115-140 

Marker and Distributor 125-150 

Wringerman 150-175 

Washer 150-175 

Superintendent of Laundry 200-250 

Porter 115-140 

Porter Sub-Foreman 140-150 

Seamstress 125-150 

Head Seamstress 150-180 

Instructor in Occupational Therapy 150-175 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH— 
LAGUNA HONDA HOME (Continued) 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

27 1 L8 Assistant Superintendent, Laguna 

Honda Home $250-300 

28 1 L9 Assistant Superintendent (medical), 

Laguna Honda Home 400-500 



Item No. of 


Class 


No. Employees No. 


15 100 


1116 


16 10 


1120 


17 2 


1112 


18 2 


1154 


19 1 


1164 


20 1 


1166 


21 1 


1170 


22 1 


1174 


23 25 


1204 


23.1 1 


1206 


24 1 


1254 


25 1 


1256 


26 2 


1302 


Section 56.2. Dl 






SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



1245 



Section 56.2. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH— 
LAGUNA HONDA HOME (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

29 1 L10 Superintendent, Laguna Honda 

Home 400-500 

30 1 L54 Clinical Bacteriologist 200-225 

31 1 L202 Dietitian 175-200 

32 1 L306 Senior Pharmacist 250-300 

33 6 L352 Interne 80 

34 3 L360 Physician 400 

35 1 L452 X-ray Technician 165-200 

36 1 Chiropodist (part time) 50 

Section 56.3. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH— 

LAGUNA HONDA HOME (Continued) 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

37 1 Ol Chauffeur (h $214.50 

38 1 052 Farmer 150-175 

39 1 054 Foreman, Building and Grounds. . . 175-225 

40 1 058 Gardener 150-175 

41 1 O60 Sub-Foreman Gardener 175-210 

42 3 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

42.1 1 0172 Chief Operating Engineer 312.50 

Section 56.4. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH— 

LAGUNA HONDA HOME (Continued) 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

43 41 P102 Registered Nurse $150-175 

44 9 P104 Head Nurse 175-200 

44.1 2 Pill Night Supervisor 200-225 

45 1 PI 18 Superintendent of Nursing Laguna 

Honda Home 225-275 

46 1 P208 Operating Room Nurse 175-200 

Section 56.5. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH— 
LAGUNA HONDA HOME (Continued) 
INTERDEPARTMENTAL 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

46 1 B4 Bookkeeper $175-225 

47 1 1 22 Butcher 212 

48 4 1 204 Porter 115-140 






Section 57. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
SAN FRANCISCO HOSPITAL, 
ISOLATION DIVISION 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist (part time) .$ 79.50 

2 1 C152 Watchman 140-165 

3 1 12 Kitchen Helper 110-135 

4 1 1 116 Orderly 115-145 

5 10 1204 Porter 115-140 

5.1 1 1 206 Porter Sub-Foreman 140-150 

6 2 L352 Interne 80 

7 1 L354 House Officer 150 

8 1 L364 Physician Specialist (part time) . . . 270 

9 4 P102 Registered Nurse 150-175 

10 1 P104 Head Nurse 175-200 

11 1 P116 Superintendent, Isolation Division. 225-275 



1246 SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 

Section 58. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
SAN FRANCISCO HOSPITAL 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B4 Bookkeeper $175-225 

1.1 1 B37 Assistant Superintendent (Admin- 

istrative) San Francisco Hospital 325-400 

1.2 2 B210 Office Assistant 125-150 

2 12 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

3 2 B222 General Clerk (part time) 79.50 

3.1 1 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

4 1 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

5 2 B239 Statistician 225-275 

6 12 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

7 3 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 

(part time) 79.50 

8 1 B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

9 1 B454 Telephone Operator (relief) 

at rate of 160 

10 5 B454 Telephone Operator 160-200 

11 2 B512 General Clerk-Typist (part time) . 79.50 

12 9 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

13 5 C152 Watchman 140-165 

14 2 E108 Electrician (i 348.50 

Section 58a. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
SAN FRANCISCO HOSPITAL (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

16 80 12 Kitchen Helper $110-135 

17 1 16 Pastry Cook (i 251.50 

18 8 1 10 Cook's Assistant (i 179.50 

19 7 1 12 Cook (i 230.50 

20 1 I 14 Junior Chef (i 251.50 

21 1 1 16 Chef (i 282.50 

22 12 I 54 Waitress or I 56 Waiter 110-135 

24 Inmate Help (not over $50) 

25 3 I 106 Morgue Attendant 140-165 

26 142 1 116 Orderly 115-145 

27 4 I 120 Senior Orderly 145-165 

28 2 1 122 House Mother 135-160 

29 13 1 152 Flatwork Ironer 110-135 

29.1 *7 I 154 Laundress 115-140 

30 4 I 154 Laundress 115-140 

31 *1 1 156 Starcher 115-140 

32 1 1 158 Sorter 125-150 

33 1 1164 Marker and Distributor 125-150 

34 1 1 166 Wringerman 150-175 

35 *1 1 167 Tumblerman 125-150 

36 *2 1 170 Washer 150-175 

37 1 1 172 Head Washer 175-215 

38 1 I 178 Superintendent of Laundry, 

San Francisco Hospital 250-300 

39 96 1 204 Porter 115-140 

40 10 I 206 Porter Sub-Foreman 140-150 

41 3 1 208 Porter Foreman 150-160 

42 II 210 Head Porter 160-180 

43 6 1 254 Seamstress 125-150 

44 1 I 256 Head Seamstress - 150-180 

♦Funds provided for three months only. 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 1247 

Section 59. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
SAN FRANCISCO HOSPITAL (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

45 1 L2 Assistant Superintendent $400-500 

46 1 L6 Superintendent . 600-700 

47 1 L66 Clinical Technician Blood Bank . . . 200-250 

48 4 L67 Assistant Clinical Technician, 

Blood Bank 175-200 

49 1 L70 Physiotherapist 165-200 

50 *2 L72 Medical Laboratory Assistant 

(part time) 102 

51 2 L156 Dentist (part time) 150 

52 4 L202 Dietitian 175-200 

53 1 L206 Chief Dietitian (a 250 

54 4 L304 Pharmacist 200-250 

55 1 L306 Senior Pharmacist 250-300 

56 42 L352 Interne 80 

57 22 L354 House Officer 150 

58 9 L356 Senior House Officer 200 

59 5 L357 Resident Physician 250 

60 1 L359 Supervising Physician, Blood Bank 

(part time) 200 

61 1 L360 Physician (part time) 200 

61.1 1 L360 Physician (part time) 240 

62 2 L364 Physician Specialist (part time) ... 225 

62.1 1 L364 Physician Specialist (part time) . .(a 300 

62.2 1 L364 Physician Specialist (part time) . . . 112.50 

62.3 1 L364 Physician Specialist 450 

*$102 for four months, $108 for eight months. 

Section 59a. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
SAN FRANCISCO HOSPITAL (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

63 7 L452 X-Ray Technician $165-200 

64 1 L456 Senior X-Ray Technician 200-250 

64.1 1 Recreational Therapy Instructor 

(part time), $10 per quarter. 

65 1 L458 Roentgenologist 500 

66 1 M255 Bracemaker (h 260.50 

67 2 Ol Chauffeur (h 187.50 

68 7 058 Gardener 150-175 

69 1 O60 Sub-Foreman Gardener 175-210 

70 4 0166.1 Junior Operating Engineer 200 

71 4 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

72 1 0172 Chief Operating Engineer 312.50 



Section 60. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
SAN FRANCISCO HOSPITAL (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

74 P101 Senior Cadet Nurse $ 65 

75 122 P102 Registered Nurse 150-175 

76 P103 Special Nurse (as needed) (m 8.00 plus 

77 2 Pill Night Supervisor 200-225 

79 29 P104 Head Nurse 175-200 

80 4 PI 10 Assistant Superintendent of Nursing 200-250 

81 1 P122 Director of Institutional Nursing. 275-350 

82 5 P204 Anaesthetist 175-200 

83 1 P206 Senior Anaesthetist 200-250 

84 25 P208 Operating Room Nurse 175-200 



1248 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



Section 60. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
SAN FRANCISCO HOSPITAL (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

85 1 P210 Senior Operating Room Nurse $200-250 

86 1 P212a Head Nurse, Specialist 

(Obstetrical) 200-225 

86.1 1 P212b Head Nurse, Specialist (Pediatric) 200-225 

86.2 1 P212c Head Nurse, Specialist 

(Psychiatric) 200-225 

87 2 P304 Instructor of Nursing 200-225 

88 1 P306 Senior Instructor of Nursing 225-275 

PSYCHIATRIC BUILDING 

89 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer . 160-200 

90 2 C152 Watchman 140-165 

91 2 L354 House Officer 150 

92 1 L364 Physician Specialist (part time) ... 270 

93 1 12 Kitchen Helper 110-135 

94 21 1 120 Senior Orderly 145-165 

95 1 1 204 Porter 115-140 

96 4 P2 Emergency Hospital Steward 175-210 

97 8 P102 Registered Nurse 150-175 



Section 60a. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
SAN FRANCISCO HOSPITAL (Continued) 



SOCIAL SERVICE DIVISION 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 

1 18 T157 

2 1 T160 



Compensation 
Schedules 



Class-Title 

Social Service Worker $175-215 

Senior Social Service Worker 215-275 



Section 60b. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
SAN FRANCISCO HOSPITAL (Continued) 

INTERDEPARTMENTAL 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 12 Kitchen Helper $110-135 

2 5 I 116 Orderly 115-145 

3 4 1 154 Laundress 115-140 

4 1 L204 Porter 115-140 

5 1 L452 X-Ray Technician 165-200 

6 1 P102 Registered Nurse 150-175 



Section 61. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
EMERGENCY HOSPITALS 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 2 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

2 12 L504 Emergency Hospital Surgeon 300 

2.1 3 L504 Emergency Hospital Surgeon (part 

time) as needed, at rate of 11.96 day 

3 1 L506 Assistant Chief Surgeon (part time) 225 

4 1 L508 Chief Surgeon (part time) 250 

5 20 OC Ambulance Driver 175-210 

6 1 06 Ambulance Driver (Relief) 

at rate of 175 

7 24 P2 Emergency Hospital Steward 175-210 

8 1 P3 Senior Emergency Hospital Steward 210-250 

9 1 P4 Chief Emergency Hospital Steward 250-300 
10 15 P102 Registered Nurse 150-175 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 1249 

Section 62. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH— 
HASSLER HEALTH HOME 

[tern No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B4 Bookkeeper $175-225 

2 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

3 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

4 2 C152 Watchman 140-165 

5 17 12 Kitchen Helper 110-135 

6 3 1 12 Cook (i 230.50 

7 1 1 14 Junior Chef (i 251.50 

8 19 I 116 Orderly 115-145 



Section 62.1. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH— 
HASSLER HEALTH HOME (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

9 16 1 204 Porter $115-140 

10 1 1 254 Seamstress 125-150 

11 3 J4 Laborer (h 178 

13 1 L52 Bacteriological Laboratory 

Technician 160-185 

14 1 L156 Dentist (part time) 75 

14.1 1 L202 Dietitian 175-200 

15 2 L352 Interne 80 

16 1 L364 Physician Specialist 450 

16.1 2 L364 Physician Specialist (part time) ... 75 

17 1 Ol Chauffeur (h 214.50 

18 1 054 Foreman, Building and Grounds . 175-225 

19 1 058 Gardener 150-175 

20 11 P102 Registered Nurse 150-175 

21 3 P104 Head Nurse 175-200 

21.1 1 Plll.l Night Supervisor, 

Hassler Health Home 175-200 

22 1 PI 12 Superintendent of Nursing 200-250 

23 Inmate Help (not over $50) 



Section 63. CORONER 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B228 Senior Clerk $200-250 

2 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

2.1 1 B420 Phonographic Reporter 250-300 

3 4 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

3.1 1 D2 Bailiff (part time) 150 

4 1 1 106 Morgue Attendant 140-165 

5 1 1 106 Morgue Attendant (part time) .... 75 

6 2 L52 Bacteriological Laboratory 

Technician 160-185 

7 1 L102 Food Chemist Assistant 160-185 

8 1 LI 10 Toxicologist (part time) 233.50 

9 1 L364 Physician Specialist (part time) . . . 250 

10 3 L502 Autopsy Surgeon (part time) 200 

11 4 N4 Coroner's Investigator 200-250 

12 1 N8 Coroner's Chief Investigator 250-325 

13 1 N10 Coroner 500 

13.1 4 08 Morgue Ambulance Driver 175-210 



1250 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 






Section 64. HORTICULTURAL INSPECTION DEPARTMENT- 
AGRICULTURAL COMMISSION 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

2 3 N154 Horticultural Inspector 200-250 

3 1 N155 Senior Horticultural Inspector.... 250-300 

4 1 N156 County Agricultural Commissioner 300-400 

FARMERS MARKET 

5 1 B230 Market Master $210-250 

6 1 C104 Janitor (part time) 84 



Section 65. SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist (a $225 

2 4 N354 Inspector of Weights and Measures 200-250 

3 1 N356 Senior Inspector of Weights and 

Measures 250-300 

4 1 N358 Sealer of Weights and Measures . . . 300-400 

Section 66. PUBLIC WELFARE DEPARTMENT 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 2 B4 Bookkeeper $175-225 

2 1 B25 Business Manager 325-400 

3 2 B210 Office Assistant 125-150 

4 5 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

4.1 1 B222 General Clerk (k 199 

5 1 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

6 1 B239 Statistician 225-275 

7 38 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

9 1 B419.1 Secretary, Public Welfare 

Commission 225-275 

10 2 B454 Telephone Operator 160-200 

11 1 B510 Braille Typist 160-200 

12 23 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

12.1 4 B512 General Clerk-Typist (k 199 

13 2 B516 Senior Clerk-Typist 200-250 

14 4 C104 Janitor 140-170 

15 1 C107 Working Foreman Janitor 170-200 

16.1 1 L360 Physician (part time) 250 

17 1 L360 Physician (part time) 150 

18 76 T157 Social Service Worker 175-215 

19 12 T160 Senior Social Service Worker 215-275 

20 1 T163 Director of Public Welfare 500-600 

21 1 T165 Social Service Director 300-375 



Section 67. CONTROLLER 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 Controller (b $833.33 

2 21 B4 Bookkeeper 175-225 

3 10 B6 Senior Bookkeeper 225-275 

4 1 B8 Supervisor of Disbursements 325-400 

5 10 B10 Accountant 275-325 

6 2 B14 Senior Accountant 325-400 

7 1 B21 Chief Assistant Controller 600-700 

8 1 B26 Supervisor of Budget Statistics . . . 325-400 

9 1 B27 Supervisor of Accounts and Reports 400-500 

10 1 B28 Supervisor of General Audits 400-500 

11 1 B30 Supervisor of Utilities Audits 400-500 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 1251 

Section 67.1. CONTROLLER (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

12 1 B68 Chief Clerk $300-375 

13 2 B210 Office Assistant (part time) 79.50 

14 8 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

14.1 1 B222 General Clerk (k 199 

15 3 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

16 4 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 



Section 67.2. CONTROLLER (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

17 8 B301 Payroll Machine Operator $160-200 

18 2 B302 Addressing Machine Operator 150-190 

19 1 B304 Senior Addressing Machine 

Operator 190-225 

20 2 B308a Calculating Machine Operator 

(keydrive) 150-190 

21 1 B309b Key Punch Operator (numerical) . . 150-175 

22 1 B310 Tabulating Machine Operator 175-210 

23 6 B311 Bookkeeping Machine Operator... 160-200 

24 1 B312 Senior Bookkeeping Machine 

Operator 200-250 



Section 67.3. CONTROLLER (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

25 3 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

26 1 B417 Executive Secretary to the 

Controller 275-325 

27 8 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

28 1 K6 Senior Attorney, Civil 475 



Section 68. CITY PLANNING COMMISSION 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 5 Commissioners, $15 per meeting (b 

2 1 B78 Secretary, City Planning 

Commission $275-325 

3 2 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

4 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

5 2 F100 Junior Draftsman 180-225 

6 4 F102d Draftsman (City Planning) 225-280 

7 1 F800 City Planning Engineer 833.33 

7.1 1 F801 Senior City Planner 450 

7.2 1 F806 Master Plan Engineer 280-350 

10 1 F810 Associate City Planner 325-400 

11 2 F812 Assistant City Planner 260-325 

12 1 F814 City Planning Aide 150 

AS NEEDED 

13 1 F802 Master Plan Architect 325-400 

14 2 F804 Master Plan Designer 280-350 



1252 SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 

Section 69. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
GENERAL OFFICE 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 5 Commissioners (b $100 

2 1 Manager of Utilities (b 1,000 

2.1 1 B4 Bookkeeper 175-225 

3 1 B22 Assistant Director, 

Bureau of Accounts 400-500 

4 1 B23 Director, Bureau of Accounts 500 

5 1 B53 Director, Bureau of Public Service 550 
5.1 1 B56 Assistant Director, Bureau of Pub- 
lic Service 400 

6 1 B60 Secretary, Public Utilities 

Commission 275-325 

7 1 B77 Executive Secretary to 

Manager of Utilities 325-400 

8 4 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

8.1 1 G84 Director, Bureau of Personnel 425-500 

9 1 L360 Physician (part time) 250 

10 1 Ol Chauffeur 210 

Section 69a. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
LIGHT, HEAT AND POWER BUREAU 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B4 Bookkeeper $175-225 

1.1 1 B308a Calculating Machine Operator 

(key drive) 150-190 

2 2 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

2.1 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

3 1 F100 Junior Draftsman 180-225 

4 2 F102e Draftsman (Electrical) 225-280 

6 2 F356 Electrical Engineering Inspector . . . 260-325 

7 1 F372 Manager and Chief Engineer 600 

7.1 2 F406g Assistant Engineer (Electrical, 

Public Utilities) 300-375 

7.2 1 F410a Engineer (Electrical) 375-450 

8 1 N102 Street Lighting Inspector 225-275 

Section 69b. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
LIGHT, HEAT AND POWER (Continued) 

INTERDEPARTMENTAL EMPLOYMENTS AS NEEDED 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

9 A154 Carpenter $ 12.00 day 

10 A204 Cement Finisher 12.00 day 

11 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

12 E108 Electrician 13.60 day 

13 1 E154 Lineman 12.60 day 

14 1 E156 Cable Splicer 13.60 day 

15 E155 Cable Splicer's Helper 10.00 day 

16 1 F102e Draftsman (Electrical) 225-280 

17 1 F102f Draftsman (Mechanical) 225-280 

18 2 F356 Electrical Engineering Inspector .. . 260-325 
18.1 1 F406 Assistant Engineer 300-375 

19 1 F410a Engineer (Electrical) 375-450 

20 J4 Laborer 7.60 day 

21 Ol Chauffeur (m Rate for job 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



1253 



Section 70. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO AIRPORT 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

0.1 1 B6 Senior Bookkeeper $225-275 

1 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

1.1 1 B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

2 4 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

2.1 2 C102 Janitress 130-155 

3 3 C104 Janitor 140-170 

4 1 C107 Working Foreman Janitor 170-200 

5 1 F50 Maintenance Chief, S. F. Airport. . 225-275 

6 3 F51 Airport Attendant 160-200 

7 4 F52 Crew Chief, San Francisco Airport 200-225 

8 1 F61 Superintendent of Airport 

Operations 350-450 

9 1 F62 Manager, Airport Department 750 

10 1 F410d Engineer (Civil, Public Utilities) . . 375-450 

11 1 Q58 Gardener 150-175 



Section 70a. 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 



0.1 

1 

1.1 

1.2 

2 

3 

4 

5 

5.1 

5.2 

6 

6.1 

6.2 

7 

7.1 



1 



PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION— 
HETCH HETCHY WATER SUPPLY, POWER 
AND UTILITIES, UTILITIES ENGINEERING 

Compensation 
Class-Title Schedules 

Office Assistant $125-150 

General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

Manager and Chief Engineer, 

Hetch Hetchy Bureau 833.33 



B210 
B408 
B412 
B512 
F9 



F102c Draftsman (Civil) 225-280 

F104d Senior Draftsman (Electrical) 280-325 

F356 Electrical Engineering Inspector .. . 260-325 

F406a Assistant Engineer (Architectural) 300-375 
F406c Assistant Engineer (Civil, 

Public Utilities) 300-375 

F410a Engineer (Electrical) 375-450 

F410d Engineer (Civil, Public Utilities) . . 375-450 

F410f Engineer (Mechanical) 375-450 

F412b Senior Engineer (Civil, 

Public Utilities) 450-575 

F412c Senior Engineer (Electrical, 

Public Utilities) 450-575 

Ol Chauffeur 210 



Section 70b. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION— 

HETCH HETCHY WAR EMERGENCY 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 



U212 
U213 



Ranger 

Special Agent 



$165-190 
200 



Section 70c. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION— 

HETCH HETCHY WATER SUPPLY- 
POWER OPERATIVE 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 



1 

2 

2.1 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 



B4 

B222 

B408 

B512 

C104 

C104 

E107 

E120 



Compensation 
Class-Title Schedules 

Bookkeeper $175-225 

General Clerk 160-200 

General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

Janitor 140-170 

Janitor (part time) 74.50 

Power House Electrician (i 348.50 

Governorman 175-210 






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Section 70c. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION— 

HETCH HETCHY WATER SUPPLY- 
POWER OPERATIVE (Continued) 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

8 7 E122 Power House Operator $210-250 

8.1 5 E124 Senior Power House Operator 260 

9 2 E128 Superintendent, Power House 275-375 

12 3 E160 Foreman Lineman (i 348.50 

12.1 1 E161 General Foreman Lineman (i 374 

13 1 F401a Junior Engineer (Electrical) 225-280 

13.1 1 F406g Assistant Engineer (Electrical) 300-375 

14 2 F410a Engineer (Electrical) 375-450 

15 1 12 Kitchen Helper 110-135 

16 1 1 12 Cook (i 230.50 

17 1 1 60 Housekeeper 125-160 

18 2 J4 Laborer (i 195 

19 1 M254 Machinist . . (i 285 

21 1 O60 Sub-Foreman Gardener 175-210 



Section 70e. 



PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION— 
HETCH HETCHY WATER SUPPLY 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 



Compensation 
Class-Title Schedules 

0.1 1 A161 General Foreman Carpenter (i $358.50 

1 1 B4 Bookkeeper 175-225 

1.1 1 B6 Senior Bookkeeper 225-275 

2 1 B14 Senior Accountant 325-400 

3 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

4 1 B454 Telephone Operator (part time) ... 24 

5 2 F406c Assistant Engineer (Civil, Public 

Utilities) 300-375 

6 1 F410d Engineer (Civil, Public Utilities) . . 375-450 

6.1 1 F604 Surveyor's Field Assistant 200-250 

6.2 1 M55 Foreman Auto Machinist (i 310.50 

7 6 U130 Reservoir Keeper 175-200 

8 2 U206 Water Department Worker (i 195 

Section 71. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION— HETCH 
HETCHY WATER SUPPLY, POWER AND 
UTILITIES ENGINEERING BUREAU 

These positions are paid from appropriations for temporary or 
interdepartmental services. The employments are not established 
as continuing positions but "as needed" when services are required 
and funds are provided. 

Compensation 
Class-Title Schedules 

Building Inspector $260-325 

Carpenter 12.00 day 

Foreman Carpenter (g 276.50 

Cement Finisher 12.00 day 

Painter (i 307.50 

Plumber 13.60 day 

Bookkeeper 175-225 

Accountant 275-325 

Senior Accountant 325-400 

Storekeeper 160-200 

General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

Senior Clerk-Stenographer . 200-250 

General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

Watchman 140-165 

Lineman's Helper (i 218 

Lineman (i 323 

Cablesplicer's Helper 10.00 day 

Cablesplicer 13.60 day 

General Foreman Lineman (i 374 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 



1 


2 


A106 


2 


2 


A154 


3 


1 


A160 


5 




A204 


6 


2 


A354 


7 




A404 


8 




B4 


9 


1 


B10 


10 




B14 


12 




B352 


13 


1 


B408 


14 




B412 


15 


1 


B512 


15.1 


1 


C152 


16 


8 


E150 


19 


12 


E154 


20 




E155 


21 




E156 


22 




E161 






SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



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Section 71.1. PUBILC UTILITIES COMMISSION— HETCH 
HETCHY WATER SUPPLY, POWER AND 
UTILITIES ENGINEERING BUREAU (Cont'd) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 F100 Junior Draftsman $180-225 

2 3 F102c Draftsman (Civil) 225-280 

3 2 F104b Senior Draftsman (Civil, 

Public Utilities) 280-325 

5 1 F202 Inspector, Public Works 

Construction 200-250 

6 1 F356 Electrical Engineering Inspector .. . 260-325 

8 3 F401b Junior Engineer (Civil, 

Public Utilities) 225-280 

9 6 F406g Assistant Engineer (Electrical, 

Public Utilities) 300-375 

10 2 F410d Engineer (Civil, Public Utilities) . . 375-450 

11 1 F604 Surveyor's Field Assistant 200-250 

Section 71.2. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION— HETCH 
HETCHY WATER SUPPLY, POWER AND 
UTILITIES ENGINEERING BUREAU (Cont'd) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

12 7 J4 Laborer $ 7.60 day 

13 3 J10 Labor Sub-Foreman 8.10 day 

14 1 J12 Labor Foreman, Utilities (a 225 

14.1 1 J66 Garageman 8.00 day 

15 3 M54 Auto Machinist 11.12 day 

17 1 M108 Blacksmith (i 292 

18 M108 Blacksmith 11.40 day 

19 5 Ol Chauffeur 9.15 day 

19.1 1 058 Gardener 150-175 

20 1 0152 Engineer of Hoisting and 

Portable Engines 13.00 day 

21 7 U206 Water Department Worker 7.60 day 

22 U212 Ranger (as needed) 165-190 

23 1 U227 General Maintenance Foreman . . . 225-280 

24 Trucks and teams at rates estab- 

lished by Purchaser's contracts. 
Subject to prior approval of the 
Civil Service Commission, other 
classifications as needed for 
emergency work at rates not to 
exceed that prevailing for the 
particular classification for pri- 
vate employment on public con- 
tracts. 



Section 72. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
MUNICIPAL RAILWAY 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 26 A154 Carpenter $ 12.00 day 

1.1 1 A156 Patternmaker 13.60 day 

1.2 2 A160 Foreman Carpenter 13.00 day 

2 2 A354 Painter 12.00 day 

3 16 A364 Car and Auto Painter 12.00 day 

3.1 1 A366 Foreman Car and Auto Painter 13.00 day 

4 1 A370 General Foreman Car and Auto 

Paint Shop (g 297.50 

5 7 B4 Bookkeeper 175-225 

6 1 B6 Senior Bookkeeper 225-275 



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Section 72. 


Item 


No. of 


No. Employees 


7 


2 


8 


1 


8.1 


2 


8.2 


4 


8.3 


1 


8.4 


4 


10 


62 


10.1 


6 


11 


3 


12 


14 


12.1 


2 


12.2 


1 


12.3 


1 


13 


25 


13.3 


1 


13.4 


1 


14 


8 


14.1 


1 


15 


13 


15.2 


3 



PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
MUNICIPAL RAILWAY (Continued) 

Class Compensation 

No. Class-Title Schedules 

BIO Accountant $275-325 

B14 Senior Accountant 325-400 

B68 Chief Clerk 300-375 

B102 Teller 200-250 

B103 Cashier C 200-250 

B210 Office Assistant 125-150 

B222 General Clerk 160-200 

B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

B308a Calculating Machine Operator 

(key drive) 150-190 

B308b Calculating Machine Operator 

(rotary type) 150-190 

B330 Photographer 200-250 

B354 General Storekeeper 200-250 

B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 

(part time) 80 

B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

B454 Telephone Operator 160-200 

B458 Chief Telephone Operator 200-250 

B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

B516 Senior Clerk-Typist 200-250 



Section 72.1. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
MUNICIPAL RAILWAY (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

16 2 C52 Elevator Operator $140-165 

17 1 C52 Elevator Operator (relief) at rate of 140 

18 21 C104 Janitor 140-170 

18.1 1 C104 Janitor (k 164 

18.2 95 C104.1 Car Cleaner 140-170 

18.3 1 C104.1 Car Cleaner (k 164 

18.4 1 C104.1 Car Cleaner (part time) 84 

19 2 C107 Working Foreman Janitor 170-200 

19.1 6 C152 Watchman 140-165 

19.2. 1 C152 Watchman (part time) 94.50 



Section 72.2. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
MUNICIPAL RAILWAY (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

19.3 12 E105 Armature Winder's Helper $ 8.80 day 

20 9 E106 Armature Winder . . 11.00 day 

20.1 I E106.1 Foreman Armature Winder 12.00 day 

20.2 1 E107 Power House Electrician (i 348.50 

20.3 1 E107.1 Foreman Power House Electrician(i 374 

20.4 2 E120 Governorman 175-210 

20.5 19 E122 Power House Operator 210-250 

20.6 4 E124 Senior Power House Operator 260 

20.7 3 E150 Lineman Helper 8.50 day 

21 20 E154 Lineman 12.60 day 

22 4 E160 Foreman Lineman (h 318.50 

22.2 1 E161 General Foreman Lineman (i 374 

22.3 88 E200 Electrical Railway Shop Mechanic. 8.40 day 
22.3.1 3 E200 Electrical Railway Shop Mechanic (a 9.20 day 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 1257 

Section 72.2. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
MUNICIPAL RAILWAY (Continued) 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

22.3.2 6 E200 Electrical Railway Shop Mechanic (a $ 8.96 day 

22.4 85 E202 Senior Electrical Railway 

Shop Mechanic 9.20 day 

22.5 20 E206 Sub-Foreman Electrical Railway 

Shop Mechanic 9.70 day 

22.6 10 E208 Foreman Electrical Railway 

Shop Mechanic 10.20 day 

22.6.1 1 E210 General Foreman Electrical 

Railway Shop Mechanic 11.20 day 

23 3 F410d Engineer (Civil, Public Utilities) . . 375-450 

23.1 1 F414 General Superintendent of Track 

and Roadway 500-575 

23.2 1 G102 General Claims Agent 500-600 

24 3 . G106 Claims Adjuster 350-435 

25 23 J4 Laborer 7.60 day 

26 1 J4 Laborer (k 177 

27 36 J66 Garageman 8.00 day 

27.1 4 J68 Sub-Foreman Garageman 8.50 day 

28 126 J152 Trackman 7.60 day 

29 6 J156 Switch Repairer 8.10 day 

30 11 J160 Track Welder 8.10 day 

31 6 J162 Electric Arc Welder 9.70 day 

31.1 7 J164 Sub-Foreman Trackman 8.10 day 

32 7 J166 Track Foreman 8.60 day 

32.1 2 J168 General Foreman Trackman 9.60 day 

32.2 1 M4 Assistant General Superintendent 

Equipment and Overhead Lines 500 

33 1 M5 Assistant Superintendent of 

Equipment and Overhead Lines 375-450 

34 1 M6 Superintendent of Equipment 

and Overhead Lines 450-550 

34.1 1 M7 General Superintendent of 

Equipment and Overhead Lines 600 

34.2 1 M20 Superintendent of Equipment 425-475 

34.3 1 M22 Superintendent of Power and Lines 350-400 

34.4 38 M53 Auto Mechanic 10.00 day 

35 33 M54 Auto Machinist 11.12 day 

35.1 7 M55 Foreman Auto Machinist 12.12 day 

36 2 M56 Garage Foreman (i 336 

36.1 2 M57 Sub-Foreman Auto Machinist 11.62 day 

36.2 2 M60 Auto Body and Fender Worker. . . . 12.00 day 

37 4 M107 Blacksmith's Finisher 9.80 day 

38 6 M108 Blacksmith 11.40 day 

39 2 MHO Molder's Helper 8.40 day 

40 1 M112 Molder 10.24 day 

41 6 M252 Machinist's Helper 8.40 day 

41.1 18 M253 Machine Tool Operator 8.88 day 

42 22 M254 Machinist 11.12 day 

42.1 2 M268 Foreman Machinist 12.12 day 

43 1 Ol Chauffeur (i 234.50 

43.1 10 Ol Chauffeur 8.00-9.15 day 

43.2 1 O108 Leatherworker 11.12 day 

43.02 2 0166.1Junior Operating Engineer 200 

43.3 6 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

43.4 1 0173 Superintendent of Cable Machinery 300-350 

43.7 1 0294 General Foreman of Street Repair 250-300 



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SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



Section 72.3. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
MUNICIPAL RAILWAY (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

44 1 S5 General Manager, Municipal 

Railway $1,250 

44.1 11 S56 Special Instructor, Municipal 

Railway 200-240 

45 3 S60 Instructor, Municipal Railway 250-300 

46 1110 *S102 Conductor, first six months 90tf 

hour, second six months 92 %# 
hour, third six months 95^ hour. 
Thereafter 97 %tf hour (W per 
hour extra while instructing new 
employees as assigned by the 
superintendent. ) 

47 800 S103 Street Car Operators (Female), first 

six months, 90^ hour; second six 
months, 92 Vii hour; third six 
months, 95$ hour. Thereafter, 
97 Vt$ hour. 

48 1090 *S104 Motorman, first six months, 90$ 

hour, second six months 92^ 
hour, third six months 95$ hour. 
Thereafter 97V 2 $ hour (10$ per 
hour extra while instructing new 
employees or while acting as 
motorman on supply car, or as 
crane or derrick operator, as as- 
signed by the superintendent.) 

49 550 SI 06 Bus Operator, first six months, 95 $ 

hour; second six months, 97 ^4 
hour; third six months, $1.00 
hour. Thereafter, $1.02%tf hour. 
(10$ extra per hour while in- 
structing new employees as as- 
signed by the superintendent.) 
*In event of a vacancy in the class the position may be abolished 
and the number of positions for class S103 Street Car Operator cor- 
respondingly increased without amendment of this ordinance and 
the street car operator position may be filled subject to the provisions 
of this ordinance. 



Section 72.4. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
MUNICIPAL RAILWAY (Continued) 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

50 91 S110 Inspector, Municipal Railway $200-240 

51 15 SI 14 Claims Investigator 250-300 

52 10 S120 Day Dispatcher 240-275 

52.1 1 S122 Senior Inspector 250 

53 2 SI 24 Supervisor of Schedules 240-295 

54 7 S128 Division Superintendent, 

Municipal Railway 300-375 

54.1 1 S129 Supervisor of Accident Prevention 300-375 

55 1 SI 30 Assistant Superintendent of Trans- 

portation, Municipal Railway. . . 350-435 

56 2 S132 Superintendent of Transportation, 

Municipal Railway 400-500 

56.1 1 S134 General Superintendent of 

Transportation 550 

57 3 U108 Compressor Operator, portable . . . 10.00 day 

58 1 R106c Supervisor of Activities, Music 

(part time) 50 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



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Section 73. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 

EXECUTIVE 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

2 1 Ol Chauffeur 210 

3 1 U44 General Manager and Chief Engi- 

neer 833.33 



Section 73.1. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 

(Continued) 

ACCOUNTING AND FINANCIAL 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 



Compensation 
Schedules 



4 


3 


B4 


5 




B6 


5.1 




B10 


6 




B14 


7 




B108 


8 




B210 


8.1 




B222 


9 




B228 


10 


2 


B308 


11 


1 


B311 


12 


3 


B408 



Class-Title 

Bookkeeper $175-225 

Senior Bookkeeper 225-275 

Accountant 275-325 

Senior Accountant 325-400 

Cashier A 325-400 

Office Assistant 125-150 

General Clerk 160-200 

Senior Clerk 200-250 

B308a Calculating Machine Operator 

(Key Drive) 150-190 

Bookkeeping Machine Operator... 160-200 

General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 



Section 73.2. PUBLIC UTDLITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 

(Continued) 

WATER PURIFICATION DIVISION 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

13 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

14 2 F523 Junior Water Purification Engineer 180-225 

15 3 F524 Water Purification Engineer 250-300 

16 1 F526 Chief Water Purification Engineer. 350-450 

17 1 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 



Section 73.3. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 

(Continued) 

ENGINEERING 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

17.1 1 B239 Statistician (I $225-275 

18 1 B330 Photographer 200-250 

19 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

20 1 F100 Junior Draftsman 180-225 

21 1 F102c Draftsman (Civil) 225-280 

22 2 F104b Senior Draftsman (Civil, Public 

Utilities) 280-325 

23 1 F406c Assistant Engineer (Civil, Public 

Utilities) 300-375 

24 2 F410d Engineer (Civil, Public Utilities) . . 375-450 

25 1 F412b Senior Engineer (Civil, Public 

Utilities) 450-575 



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SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



Section 73.4. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION— 

SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 

(Continued) 

HOUSE SERVICE 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

26 2 B454 Telephone Operator $160-200 

27 1 B454 Telephone Operator (part time) . . . 79.50 

28 1 C52 Elevator Operator 140-165 

29 5 C104 Janitor 140-170 

31 1 C107 Working Foreman Janitor 170-200 

31.1 1 C152 Watchman (part time), Relief at 

rate of 140 

32 1 1 122 House Mother 135-160 



Section 73.5. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 

(Continued) 

AGRICULTURAL DIVISION 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

33 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

33.1 1 052 Farmer 150-175 

34 1 V30 Assistant Superintendent, 

Agriculture 215-260 

35 1 V40 Superintendent, Agriculture 260-325 



Section 73.6. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 

(Continued) 

WATER SALES DIVISION 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

36 2 B210 Office Assistant $125-150 

37 1 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

38 1 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

39 2 B408 General Clerk- Stenographer 160-200 

40 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

41 1 N420 Consumer's Complaint Investigator 250-300 

42 1 U80 Assistant Manager, Water Sales . . . 325-400 

43 1 U88 Manager, Water Sales 400-500 



Section 73.7. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 

(Continued) 

SERVICE AND SUPPLY 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

44 4 B222 General Clerk $160-200 

45 1 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

46 1 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

47 7 U122 Consumers' Serviceman 175-210 

47.1 1 U124 Special Complaint Inspector 200-250 

48 2 U127 Water Service Inspector 200-250 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



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Section 74. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 

(Continued) 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 

1 6 U127 

2 1 U128 

3 17 B247 



CONSUMERS PREMISES 



Compensation 
Schedules 



Class-Title 

Water Service Inspector $200-250 

Chief Water Service Inspector 250-300 

Meter Reader 160-200 



Section 74.2. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 

(Continued) 

CONSUMERS' ACCOUNTS 
Item No. of Class Compensation 
No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

3.1 1 B68 Chief Clerk $300-375 

4 15 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

5 6 B222 General Clerk (part time) 96 

6 4 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

7 3 B302 Addressing Machine Operator 150-190 

8 14 B311 Bookkeeping Machine Operator .. . 160-200 

9 1 B312 Senior Bookkeeping Machine 

Operator 200-250 

10 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

11 5 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

12 1 U56 Assistant Supervisor, Consumers' 

Accounts 250-300 

14 1 U62 Supervisor of Closing Bills 225-280 

15 1 U63 Chief Adjuster 225-280 



Section 74.3. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 

(Continued) 

WATER SALES DIVISION— COLLECTIONS 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

16 33 B222 General Clerk $160-200 

17 1 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

18 1 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

19 2 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

20 2 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

21 1 U52 Supervisor of Collections 250-300 



Section 74.4. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 

(Continued) 



DOCKS AND SHIPPING 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 

22 1 B222 

23 1 U51 

24 4 U125 



Compensation 
Schedules 



Class-Title 

General Clerk $160-200 

Supervisor, Docks and Shipping . . . 225-280 
Hoseman, Ships and Docks 175-200 



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SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 



Section 74.5. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 

(Continued) 

CITY DISTRIBUTION DIVISION— GENERAL 



Item No. of Class 



No. Empl 


oyees No. 


25 


L B228 


26 


L B408 


26.1 


L B512 


27 


L B512 


27.1 


L F100 


28 


L F401b 


28.1 


L F401b 


29 


1 058 


30 


L O60 


31 


I U130 


32 


L U138 


33 


L U142 



34 



U144 



Compensation 
Class-Title Schedules 

Senior Clerk $200-250 

General Clerk- Stenographer 160-200 

General Clerk-Typist . (Z 160-200 

General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

Junior Draftsman 180-225 

Junior Engineer (Civil, Public 

Utilities) 225-280 

Junior Engineer (Civil, Public 

Utilities) (I 225-280 

Gardener 150-175 

Sub-Foreman Gardener 175-210 

Reservoir Keeper 175-200 

Supervisor of Yard 225-280 

Assistant Superintendent, 

City Distribution 350-435 

Superintendent, City Distribution. 500-600 



Section 74.6. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 

(Continued) 

PUMPS 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

35 7 0166.1 Junior Operating Engineer $200 

36 4 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

37 1 0172 Chief Operating Engineer 312.50 

Section 74.7. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 

(Continued) 

PUMPS— PENINSULA DIVISION 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

38 4 0166.1 Junior Operating Engineer $200 

39 1 0166.1 Junior Operating Engineer 

(part time) 79.50 

40 2 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 



Section 75. 



PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION— 
MILLBRAE STATION 



Item No. of Class 



No. 

1 

2 

3 

4 

6 

6.1 

7 

7.1 

8 

9 
10 
11 

12 



Emp 



oyees No. 
B228 
B354 
B408 
B454 
C152 
C152 
112 
160 
O60.1 



Class-Title 



Compensation 
Schedules 



Senior Clerk $200-250 

General Storekeeper 200-250 

General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

Telephone Operator 160-200 

Watchman 140-165 

Watchman (k 164 

Cook (i 230.50 

Housekeeper (part time) 45.50 

Foreman Gardener 210-240 

0166.1 Junior Operating Engineer (I 200 

U228 Meterman, Country 185-225 

U236 Assistant Superintendent, 

Peninsula Division 280-350 

U246 Superintendent, Peninsula Division 400-500 



SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1945 1263 

Section 75.1. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
PENINSULA DIVISION— RESERVOIRS 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

13 3 I 60 Housekeeper (part time) $ 35 

14 4 U130 Reservoir Keeper 175-200 

15 1 U212 Ranger 165-190 

16 1 U212 Ranger (k 187 

16.1 1 U212 Ranger (k 159 

Section 75.2. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION— 
ALAMEDA SYSTEM 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

17 2 B512 General Clerk-Typist $160-200 

18 1 C102 Janitress (part time) 35 

19 1 058 Gardener 150-175 

20 1 0166.1 Junior Operating Engineer 

(part time) 75 

21 1 U130 Reservoir Keeper 175-200 

22 2 U212 Ranger 165-190 

23 1 U231 Assistant Superintendent, Alameda 

District 200-250 

24 1 U232 Superintendent, Alameda District 280-350 

Section 75.3. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
CITY DISTRIBUTION DIVISION 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

25 2 J 4 Laborer $ 7.60 day 

26 8 U120 Gateman 11.70 day 

Section 75.4. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
PENINSULA DIVISION— MILLBRAE STATION 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

27 1 B454 Telephone Operator (Relief) $ 7.53 day 

28 1 U206 Water Department Worker 7.60 day 

28.1 1 U206 Water Department Worker (k 7.55 day 

Section 75.5. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
AGRICULTURAL DIVISION 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

29 2 J 4 Laborer $ 7.60 day 

30 1 J 10 Labor Sub-Foreman 8.10 day 

Section 75.6. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
GENERAL AND MISCELLANEOUS 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

31 Teams and trucks at rates fixed in 

purchaser's contracts. 

Section 75a. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
CIVILIAN DEFENSE 

The following positions are not established as continuing positions 
but "as needed" when services are required and funds are provided: 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 2 B454 Telephone Operator $160-200 



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Section 76. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 

FUNCTIONAL EMPLOYMENT AS NEEDED 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 4 A154 Carpenter $ 12.00 day 

2 1 A354 Painter 12.00 day 

3 1 A404 Plumber (g 289 

4 1 B327 Photostat Operator 160-200 

5 2 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

6 1 E154 Lineman (h 295 

7 2 F202 Inspector of Public Works Con- 

struction 200-250 

9 2 F401b Junior Engineer (Civil, Public 

Utilities) 225-280 

10 1 F604 Surveyor's Field Assistant 200-250 

11 50 J 4 Laborer 7.60 day 

12 2 J 66 Garageman 8.00 day 

12.1 1 M53 Auto Mechanic 10.00 day 

13 7 M54 Auto Machinist 11.12 day 

13.1 1 M60 Auto Fender and Body Worker 12.00 day 

13.2 1 M252 Machinist's Helper 8.40 day 

14 4 M254 Machinist 11.12 day 

15 1 M266 Foreman, Meter Repair (i 271.50 

16 1 M270 Superintendent, Machine Shop and 

Equipment 300-350 

17 4 Ol Chauffeur 9.15 day 

17.1 1 052 Farmer 150-175 

17.2 3 058 Gardener 150-175 

18 1 OH6 Teamster, Two Horse Vehicle 8.10 day 

19 5 0166.1 Junior Operating Engineer 200 

20 1 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

21 2 U108 Compressor Operator, Portable . . . 10.00 day 

22 13 U112 Pipe Caulker 11.20 day 

23 5 U114 Main Pipe Foreman 11.70 day 

24 16 U116 Service Man 11.20 day 

25 1 U120 Gateman 11.70 day 

25.1 1 U130 Reservoir Keeper 175-200 

26 1 U136 General Foreman, Service and 

Meters 260-325 

27 1 U140 General Foreman, Main Pipes 280-350 

28 20 U206 Water Department Worker 7.60 day 

29 2 U227 General Maintenance Foreman 225-280 

30 3 U230 Maintenance Foreman 200-225 



Section 77. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION 

INTERDEPARTMENTAL SERVICES 
FOR CONSTRUCTION AND OTHER ACTIVITIES 

(Not included in Budget Estimates, submitted for inclusion in 
Salary Ordinance only to establish classifications as needed.) 

(The rates of pay herein specified are maximum rates. Lower 
rates may be paid.) 



Item 
No. Departmental Title 

1 Assistant Hydraulic Engineer 

2 Assistant Bacteriologist 

3 Assistant Biologist 

4 Assistant Electrical Engineer 

5 Assistant Mechanical Engineer 

6 Auto Machinist 

7 Blacksmith 

8 Blacksmith's Helper 



Per 

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Per 
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11.40 

8.50 



Per 

Month 

$375 



375 
375 



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Section 77. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION (Cont'd) 
INTERDEPARTMENTAL SERVICES (Continued) 

FOR CONSTRUCTION AND OTHER ACTIVITIES (Cont'd) 

Item Per Per Per 

No. Departmental Title Hour Day Month 

9 Bacteriologist 

10 Biologist 

11 Boilermaker 10.72 

12 Boilermaker's Helper 8.50 

13 Brakeman 7.60 

14 Bookkeeper 225 

15 Construction Superintendent 14.00 

16 Construction Foreman 13.00 

17 Clerk (experienced) 

18 Cable Splicer 13.60 

19 Carpenter 12.00 

20 Carpenter Foreman 13.00 

21 Cement Finisher 12.00 

22 Cement Gun Operator 8.00 

23 Clerk, General 200 

24 Cook 9.00 

25 Cook's Helper 7.00 

26 Compressorman 10.00 

27 Construction Engineer 600 

28 Concrete Man 7.60 

29 Concrete Foreman 8.60 

30 Chainman 250 

31 Chucktender 8.10 

32 Comptometer Operator 190 

33 Draftsman 280 

34 Detectorman 225 

35 Dishwasher 135 

36 Designer 375 

37 Driver 9.15 

38 Driver (Tractor) • 13.00 

39 Diver, per dive $25 

40 Estimator 280 

41 Electrician 13.60 

42 Engineer (Mechanical) 450 

43 Engineer Assistant . 375 

44 Engineer (Assistant Construction) 375 

45 Photostat Operator 200 

46 General Clerk-Typist 200 

47 Architectural Draftsman 280 

48 Architectural Designer 375 

49 Architect 450 

50 Civil Engineering Designer 375 

51 Electrical Engineering Draftsman 280 

52 Electrical Engineering Designer 375 

53 Electrical Engineering Inspector 325 

54 Electrical Engineer 450 

55 Hydraulic Engineering Designer 375 

56 Mechanical Draftsman 280 

57 Mechanical Engineering Designer 375 

58 Structural Draftsman 280 

59 Structural Engineering Designer 375 

60 Structural Engineering Inspector 325 

61 Structural Engineer 450 

62 Assistant Chief Surveyor 275 

63 Chief Surveyor 325 

64 Foreman 13.00 

65 Foreman 10.00 

66 Foreman, General 14.00 

67 Field Assistant 250 

68 Fire Boss 250 



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Section 77. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION (Cont'd) 
INTERDEPARTMENTAL SERVICES (Continued) 
FOR CONSTRUCTION AND OTHER ACTIVITIES (Cont'd) 

Item Per Per Per 
No. Departmental Title Hour Day Month 

69 Form Man 7.60 

70 Grout Gunman 8.00 

71 Gunite Helper 7.60 

72 Gunite Mixerman 8.40 

73 Gate Tender 7.60 

74 Graderman 7.60 

75 Groundman 7.60 

76 Engineer of Hoisting and 

Portable Engines 13.00 

77 Hodcarrier 12.20 

78 Hostler 8.00 

79 Housesmith 12.00 

80 Housesmith Foreman 14.00 

81 Inspector 250 

82 Inspector, Engineer 280 

83 Inspector, Chief 325 

84 Janitress 155 

85 Janitor 170 

86 Jackhammerman 8.00 

87 Kitchen Helper 135 

88 Laborer 7.60 

89 Lineman 12.60 

90 Lampman 150 

91 Lineman Helper 8.50 

92 Mechanic, Camp 11.12 

93 Machinist 11.12 

94 Machinist's Helper 8.40 

95 Machineman 9.00 

96 Master Mechanic 453.50 

97 Mixerman .• 7.60 

98 Motorman 7.60 

99 Motorman (Gas) 8.00 

100 Mucker 7.60 

101 Miner 9.00 

102 Nozzleman 7.60 

103 Nurse 175 

104 Nipper 7.60 

105 Pipe-Joint Inspector 250 

106 Plasterer 14.00 

107 Painter 12.00 

108 Plumber 13.60 

109 Physician 337.50 

110 Porter 7.60 

111 Powderman 7.60 

112 Power Shovel Operator $2.00 

113 Power Shovel Oiler 1.33% 

114 Pumpman 7.60 

115 Rigger 7.60 

116 Rescueman 7.60 

117 Safetyman 250 

118 Steelworker 12.00 

119 Surveyor 275 

120 Sanitary Engineer (as needed) 106 

121 Steam Shovel Engineer 2.00 

122 Steam Shovel Fireman 1.33% 

123 Steam Shovel Oiler 1.33% 

124 Steam Shovel Watchman 7.60 

125 Superintendent 500 

126 Steamfitter 13.60 

127 Skiptender 7.60 



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Section 77. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION (Cont'd) 
INTERDEPARTMENTAL SERVICES (Continued) 
FOR CONSTRUCTION AND OTHER ACTIVITIES (Cont'd) 
Item Per Per Per 

No. Departmental Title Hour Day Month 

128 Sub-Foreman 8.10 

129 Special Agent 225 

130 Stenographer 200 

131 Storekeeper, General 250 

132 Tunnel Superintendent 300 

133 Tractor Driver 13.00 

134 Tool Sharpener 11.40 

135 Tool Sharpener's Helper 8.50 

136 Tunnel Superintendent Assistant 250 

137 Templateman 7.60 

138 Typist 200 

139 Timekeeper 200 

140 Waiter 135 

141 Water Pipe Welder 8.10 

142 Welder 10.72 

143 Welder Helper 8.50 

144 Watchman 155 

145 Waterboy 106 

146 Trucks and teams at rates established by 

Purchaser's contracts. 

147 Subject to prior approval of the Civil 

Service Commission, other classifica- 
tions as needed for emergency work at 
rates not to exceed that prevailing for 
the particular classification. 

Section 83. BOARD OF EDUCATION 
(County Offices, etc.) 

Maximum 
Item No. of Class Annual 

No. Employees No. Class -Title Compensation 

1 1 Superintendent of Schools (b $ 10,000 

2 1 Associate Deputy in Charge of 

Business (e 7,500 

3 1 Associate Deputy in Charge of 

Education (e 7,500 

4 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 



Section 83.1. BOARD OF EDUCATION— 

NON-CERTD7ICATED EMPLOYEES 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 A6 Supervisor of Maintenance and 

Repair of School Buildings $400-450 

2 5 A154 Carpenter 12.00 day 

3 1 A160 Foreman Carpenter (h 304.50 

4 5 A354 Painter 12.00 day 

5 6 B4 Bookkeeper 175-225 

6 5 B6 Senior Bookkeeper 225-275 

6.1 1 B10 Accountant 275-325 

7 2 B14 Senior Accountant 325-400 

8 1 B58 Secretary, Board of Education 400-500 

9 1 B180 Administrative Assistant 300-375 

10 3 B210 Office Assistant 125-150 

11 2 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

12 1 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

13 6 B308a Calculating Machine Operator 

(key drive) 150-190 

14 2 B311 Bookkeeping Machine Operator. . . 160-200 



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Section 83.1. BOARD OF EDUCATION— 

NON-CERTIFICATED EMPLOYEES 
(Continued) 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

15 30 B352 Storekeeper 160-200 

16 1 B354 General Storekeeper 200-250 

17 1 B380 Armorer, R.O.T.C 160-200 

18 3 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer ... (a 215 

19 108 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

20 12 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer (part 

time), $2.89 to $3.62 for actual 
evenings served 

21 16 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer, $7.71 

to $9.64 per day for actual days 

served 

21.1 14 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer, 7 
hours per day, $6.75 to $8.44 per 
day for actual days served 

22 5 B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

23 3 B454 Telephone Operator 160-200 

24 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist (a 215 

25 16 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

26 155 C102 Janitress 130-155 

27 1 C102 Janitress (part time) 15 

28 5 C102 Janitress (part time) at rate of 130-155 

29 210 C104 Janitor 140-170 

29.1 1 C104 Janitor (k 164 

30 5 C104 Janitor (part time) at the rate of 

$140 to $170 per month prorated 

31 2 C104 Janitor (part time) 25 

32 22 C107 Working Foreman Janitor 170-200 

33 1 C110 Supervisor of Janitors 225-280 

33.1 1 Clll Assistant Supervisor of Janitors. . . 175-210 

34 1 C152 Watchman (part time) 75 

35 4 1 12 Cook 9.00 day 

37 3 12 Kitchen Helper (part time) 

at rate of 110-135 

38 20 J78 Stockman 170-200 

39 1 J78 Stockman (k 199 

40 1 J80 Foreman Stockman 200-230 

41 1 L360 Physician (part time) 200 

42 1 Ol Chauffeur 210 

43 1 Ol Chauffeur 8.00 day 

44 13 058 Gardener 150-175 

45 1 061 Supervisor of Grounds 250-300 

46 1 O104 Moving Picture Operator 200-250 

47 2 0122 Window Shade Worker (g 206.50 

48 17 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

49 0168.1 Operating Engineer 

(part time relief) 125 

50 1 0172 Chief Operating Engineer (a 325 

50.1 1 Y51 Ceramist (part time) at the rate of 

$25 per firing, not to exceed $75 
per month 

51 Referees and Umpires, $1 to $3 per 

game (as needed) 

53 Temporary evening school clerks as 

needed, $3 per evening 

54 Part time employment as needed at 

pro rata of rates fixed in Salary 
Standardization Ordinance 

TRUCK RENTAL^CONTRACTUAL 

55 Trucks (as needed) at rates estab- 

lished by Purchaser's contract. 



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Section 84. CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 3 Commissioners (b $100 

2 2 B210 Office Assistant 125-150 

3 2 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

4 1 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

5 3 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

6 7 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

8 8 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

9 2 B516 Senior Clerk-Typist 200-250 

10 5 G51 Personnel Assistant 175-225 

11 5 G52 Senior Personnel Assistant 225-275 

12 5 G58 Civil Service Examiner 275-350 

13 1 G59.1 Supervisor of Wage Scales 

and Classifications 350-425 

14 1 G59.2 Supervisor of Examinations 350-425 

15 1 G62 Personnel Director and Secretary . . 500-625 



Section 85. RETIREMENT SYSTEM 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B82 Secretary-Actuary, Retirement 

System (part time) $450 

2 1 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

3 1 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

4 1 B244 Actuarial Clerk 250-300 

4.1 1 B302 Addressing Machine Operator 150-190 

5 4 B308a Calculating Machine Operator 

(key drive) 150-190 

6 6 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

7 1 B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

7.1 2 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

7.2 1 G110 Compensation Claims Adjuster 300-375 

8 1 L360 Physician (part time) 350 

8.1 1 L360 Physician (part time) 150 

9 1 N410 Investigator 200-250 

10 Medical examiners and medical 

testimony as needed at fees fixed 
by Retirement Board 

11 B83 Consulting Actuary (as needed) ... 50 day 

12 B421 Court Reporter (as needed) at 

$12.50 per day plus transcrip- 
tions. 



Section 86. COORDINATING COUNCIL 

' Item No. of Class 

f| No. Employees No. Class-Title 

1 1 B69 Secretary, Coordinating Council. . $275-350 

2 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

3 2 T140 District Coordinator 200-250 



Compensation 
Schedules 



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Section 86a. HEALTH SERVICE SYSTEM 

Item No. ol Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 Medical Director (e $600 

2 1 B79 Secretary 275-350 

3 1 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

4 1 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

5 1 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

6 2 B310 Tabulating Machine Operator 175-210 

7 1 B310.1 Senior Tabulating Machine 

Operator 210-250 

8 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

9 1 B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

10 1 B454 Telephone Operator 160-200 

11 3 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

12 2 L70 Physiotherapist 165-200 

Section 87. If any section, subsection, sentence, clause or phrase 
of this ordinance is for any reason held to be unconstitutional, such 
decision shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of this 
ordinance; if any compensation herein fixed is held to be contrary 
to the provisions of the Charter or other law or statute such decision 
shall not affect the validity of any other compensation fixed in this 
ordinance. The Board of Supervisors hereby declares that it would 
have passed this ordinance and each section, subsection, sentence, 
clause and phrase hereof, and approved and adopted each rate of 
compensation herein, irrespective of the fact that any one or more 
other sections, subsections, sentences, clauses or phrases may be 
declared unconstitutional, or that any compensation may be declared 
contrary to law. 

WILLIAM L. HENDERSON, 
Recommended by the Civil Service Commission. 

JOHN J. O'TOOLE, 
Approved as to form by the City Attorney. 

Passed for Second Reading by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Brown, Colman, Gartland, Green, MacPhee, 
Mancuso, Mead, Meyer, Sullivan — 9. 
Absent: Supervisors Gallagher, Uhl — 2. 

ADJOURNMENT. 

There being no further business, the Board, at the hour of 1:31 
P. M., adjourned. 

DAVID A. BARRY, Clerk. 



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FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945—10:00 A. M. 



In Board of Supervisors, Friday, June 1, 1945, 10: 00 A. M. 

The Board of Supervisors met in recessed session, pursuant to 
motion by Supervisor MacPhee, made in meeting of May 28, 1945, 
to read for the second time, and finally pass the annual appropriation 
ordinance and the annual salary ordinance for the fiscal year 1945- 
1946. 

CALLING THE ROLL. 

The roll was called and the following Supervisors were noted 
present: 

Supervisors Brown, Colman, Gallagher, Gartland, Green, MacPhee, 
Mancuso, Mead — 8. 

Absent: Supervisors Meyer, Sullivan, Uhl — 3. 

Quorum present. 

President Dan Gallagher presiding. 

Finally Passed. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Colman, moved final 
passage of the annual appropriation ordinance. 

Following brief statement by Mr. Dion Holm, Assistant City Attor- 
ney, in reply to questioning by Supervisors Gallagher and Green, 
that neither the annual appropriation ordinance nor the annual salary 
ordinance could be amended at this time, assuming, of course, they 
were in conformity with what had been provided in the budget. 

Annual Appropriation Ordinance, Fiscal Year 1945-1946. 

Thereupon, the following was taken up: 



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1384 FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 

Finally Passed. 

Supervisor MacPhee, seconded by Supervisor Colman, moved final 
passage of the annual salary ordinance. 

Annual Salary Ordinance, Fiscal Year 1945-1946. 

Thereupon, the following was taken up: 

ANNUAL SALARY ORDINANCE 

Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1946 
Bill No. 3510, Ordinance No. 3313 (Series of 1939), as follows: 

An ordinance enumerating all positions continued and/or created 
by the Board of Supervisors in adopting the Annual Budget and 
Appropriation Ordinance for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1946; 
continuing, and/or creating and/or establishing these positions; 
enumerating and including therein all positions established under the 
San Francisco Unified School District and all positions created by 
Charter or State law for which compensations are paid from City 
and County funds and appropriated in the Annual Appropriation 
Ordinance; authorizing appointments or continuation of appointments 
thereto; specifying and fixing the compensations and work schedules 
thereof; and authorizing appointments to temporary positions and 
fixing compensations therefor. 

Be it ordained by the People of the City and County of San Fran- 
cisco, as follows: 

Section 1. Establishment and/or Creation and/or Continuation of 
Positions: In accordance with the provisions of Section 73 of the 
Charter, the positions hereinafter enumerated under the respective 
departments are hereby created and/or established and/or continued 
for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1946. Positions created or author- 
ized by Charter or State law and positions established under the San 
Francisco Unified School District compensations for which are paid 
from City and County funds and appropriated in the Annual Appro- 
priation Ordinance are enumerated and included herein. 

The word "position" or "positions" as used in this ordinance shall 
be construed to include "office" or "offices" and the word "employee" 
or "employees" shall be construed to include "officer" or "officers." 

Section 1.1. Appointments and Vacancies — Permanent Positions: 
Appointing officers as specified in the Charter are hereby authorized, 
subject to the provisions of this ordinance, to make or continue ap- 
pointments as needed during the fiscal year to permanent positions 
enumerated in their respective sections of this ordinance. Such 
appointments shall be made in accordance with the civil service pro- 
visions of the Charter. The Civil Service Commission shall be notified 
immediately of any change in the duties of a position herein estab- 
lished or of a vacancy occurring in a position herein enumerated. 
Appointing officers shall not make an appointment to a vacancy in a 
permanent position until the Mayor shall approve the requisition for 
such service. The requisition for such service shall be filed with the 
Civil Service Commission and if the proposed employment and com- 
pensation are legally authorized as herein provided, the secretary of 
the commission shall so certify and shall promptly transmit the 
requisition to the Controller and if funds are available for the com- 
pensation of the proposed employment he shall so certify and shall 
promptly transmit the requisition to the Mayor for his approval. 

Section 1.2. Appointments — Temporary Positions: Temporary ap- 
pointments to positions defined by the rules of the Civil Service Com- 
mission as seasonal or temporary positions may be made by the 
respective appointing officers in excess of the number of permanent 
positions herein established or enumerated and such other temporary 
services as required at rates not in excess of salary standardization 
schedules if funds have been appropriated and are available for such 






FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 1385 



temporary service. Such appointments shall be made in accordance 
with the civil service provisions of the Charter. No appointment to 
such temporary or seasonal position shall be made until the Mayor 
shall approve the requisition for such service. The requisition for 
filling such a position shall first be filed with the Civil Service Com- 
mission and if the proposed employment and the compensation are 
legally authorized as herein provided, the secretary of the commis- 
sion shall so certify and shall promptly transmit the requisition to 
the Controller and if the funds are available for the compensation 
of the proposed employment, he shall so certify and shall promptly 
transmit the requisition to the Mayor for his approval. No such 
appointment shall continue beyond the period for which the Con- 
troller has certified the availability of funds. 

Section 1.3 Compensation at Entrance to Municipal Service: Any 
employee entering the municipal service in any position, the compen- 
sation for which is subject to the salary standardization provisions 
of the Charter as set forth in Section 151 therein, shall be paid the 
entrance rate fixed for the classification in the schedules of compen- 
sation adopted by the Board of Supervisors pursuant to the provi- 
sions of Section 151 of the Charter to which the position occupied by 
the employee is allocated, or, if no schedule of compensation has been 
adopted by the Board of Supervisors for such classification the person 
appointed to such position shall, pending adoption of a schedule of 
compensation for such class of positions by the Board of Supervisors, 
receive the entrance salary or wage proposed by the Civil Service 
Commission for such classification; provided that where an existing 
position in the municipal service has heretofore been exempt from the 
salary standardization provisions of the Charter and becomes subject 
thereto, or where a new position becomes subject to salary standard- 
ization provisions of the Charter by reason of the acquisition of a 
public utility, the employee holding such position shall, for the pur- 
pose of determining the salary or wage to which such employee is 
entitled under the schedules of compensations, be credited with prior 
service had in such position immediately prior to such change in the 
status of the position provided that there was no interruption in the 
service of the employee at the time of such change in the status of 
the position. 

Section 1.4. Compensation Adjustments: Compensations of all em- 
ployees under permanent appointment whose compensations are sub- 
ject to salary standardization provisions of the Charter shall be ad- 
justed on July 1, 1945, to the amount that such employees are entitled 
to receive under the schedules of compensation adopted by the Board 
of Supervisors pursuant to the provisions of Section 151 of the Char- 
ter in accordance with their years of service as therein provided and 
calculated as set forth in Section 1.3 hereof, and shall thereafter be 
in accord therewith, subject, however, to the provisions of Sections 
1.3 and 1.5 hereof. For the purpose of determining the salary or wage 
to which former employees of the Market Street Railway are entitled 
under the schedules of compensation and this ordinance, continuous 
service with the said Market Street Railway immediately prior to 
September 29, 1944, shall be credited and considered in the same 
manner as service with the City and County, provided that such 
prior service was in the same position in which the employee is en- 
gaged in the City and County service, and provided that there was no 
interruption in the service of the employee when the City and County 
acquired control of the Market Street Railway properties. 

Salary adjustments based on years of service as provided in the 
schedules of compensation shall be effective and due on the first of 
the month following the anniversary of the date of permanent ap- 
pointment of the employee to his current position, subject to the pro- 
visions of Sections 1.3 and 1.5 hereof, provided that platform men 
employed in the Municipal Railway shall receive salary adjustments 
during the fiscal year in accordance with their service as provided 



1386 FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 

in the schedules of compensation, such service to be calculated as 
provided in Section 1.3 hereof. No employee shall receive a salary 
adjustment as herein provided unless he shall have actually rendered 
service in his position for the major portion of the year preceding the 
anniversary of his appointment on which the increment otherwise 
accrues, provided that absence of an employee on approved military 
leave or the absence of an employee from his regular civil service 
position by reason of holding a promotive position in the City and 
County service shall not be deemed absence from service for the pur- 
pose of computing salary adjustments, and periods of such absence 
shall be credited in the same manner as actual service rendered. 

Section 1.5. Compensation Upon Promotion or Transfer or Re- 
employment: An employee appointed to a position in a promotive 
classification who received in his former position a salary equal to or 
more than the entrance salary provided under the salary standardiza- 
tion schedules for such promotive classification shall enter such pro- 
motive classification at that salary fixed for such promotive class in 
the schedules of compensation which is immediately in excess of the 
salary which the employee received prior to his appointment to such 
promotive classification, provided that such employee shall receive 
no further increments until such time as his service in the promotive 
classification shall entitle him to further increase as provided in Sec- 
tion 1.4 hereof, and provided further, that an employee appointed 
during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1945, to a position in a promo- 
tive classification who received in his former position a salary equal 
to or more than the entrance salary provided under the salary stand- 
ardization schedules for such promotive classification, shall receive, 
commencing July 1, 1945, that salary fixed for such promotive class 
in the schedule of compensation which is immediately in excess of 
the salary which the employee received prior to his appointment to 
such promotive classification, provided that such employee shall 
receive no further increments until such time as his service in the 
promotive classification shall entitle him to further increase as pro- 
vided in Section 1.4 hereof. 

An employee transferred in accordance with Civil Service Commis- 
sion rules from one department to another, but in the same classifica- 
tion, shall transfer at his current salary, provided, that if the current 
salary is in excess of the maximum fixed in the salary standardiza- 
tion schedules for the classification to which he is appointed, he shall 
be reduced to such maximum. 

An employee who has acquired permanent status in a position and 
who is laid off because of lack of work or funds and is re-employed 
in the same position after such lay off shall be paid a salary or wage 
which shall include credits for actual service in such position from 
date of permanent appointment in the position to date of lay off 
therefrom. 

Section 1.6. Compensation for Intermittent or Temporary Service: 

Employees in positions for which compensations are fixed in the 
schedules of compensation adopted by the Board of Supervisors pur- 
suant to the provisions of Section 151 of the Charter on a monthly 
basis whose regular work schedule is eight hours per day but less 
than five days per week, and all temporary employees whose com- 
pensations are fixed in the said schedules of compensation on a 
monthly basis, shall be paid for each day of work a daily wage 
derived by dividing the monthly compensation by the factor 20.75 
days. 

Section 1.7. Normal Work Schedule for Employees Whose Com- 
pensations Are Fixed on a Monthly Basis: A normal work day for 
employees whose compensations are fixed in the schedule of compen- 
sations on a monthly basis shall consist of a tour of duty of eight 
hours work completed within nine hours and a normal work week 
shall consist of such tours of duty on each of five consecutive days a 
week. Provided, however, that in departments that do not have 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 1387 



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tours of duty on each Monday through Friday, inclusive. The com- 
pensations fixed in the schedules of compensations adopted by the 
Board of Supervisors pursuant to the provisions of Section 151 of 
the Charter on a monthly basis are in full payment for services ren- 
dered during a calendar month under this normal work schedule. 
Other than the occupants of the positions specified in Sections 1.8 to 
1.37, inclusive hereof, or as provided in Section 2 hereof, no officer 
nor employee shall be required to work more than the normal work 
schedule. 

Section 1.8. Exceptions to Normal Work Schedule for Which 
Extra Compensation Is Not Authorized: In order that there shall be 
no diminution of service to the public it shall be the duty of the head 
of each department to arrange and assign the work of his depart- 
ment so that sufficient employees will be on duty on Saturday morn- 
ing in each department which is required to be open on Saturday 
morning for the conduct of public business, provided that time worked 
on Saturday morning by employees on a normal work week schedule 
shall be compensated by equal time off in the same or succeeding 
week, provided also that employees whose positions are allocated to 
the classes included in Division R — Recreation Service, and employees 
whose positions are allocated in Division X — Library Service, may 
at the discretion of the appointing officer work the 40-hour schedule 
within six days without additional compensation or time off, and 
provided further that occupants of the following positions shall work 
such hours as may be necesary for the full and proper performance 
of their duties and shall receive no additional compensation for work 
in excess of eight hours per day for five days per week but, subject 
to rule of the Civil Service Commission, may be granted time ofE 
not to exceed the time worked in excess of forty hours per week: 
Class No. and Title 

A6 Supervisor of Maintenance and Repair of School Buildings 

A8 Assistant Superintendent of Maintenance and Repair of Pub- 

lic Buildings 
A 10 Superintendent of Maintenance and Repair of 

Public Buildings 
A108 Chief Building Inspector 
A416 Chief Plumbing Inspector 
B8 Supervisor of Disbursements 

B14 Senior Accountant 
B21 Chief Assistant Controller 
B22 Assistant Director, Bureau of Accounts, Public Utilities 

Commission 
B23 Director, Bureau of Accounts, Public Utilities Commission 
B25 Business Manager, Public Welfare Department 
B26 Supervisor, Budget Statistics 
B27 Supervisor of Accounts and Reports 
B28 Supervisor of General Audits 
B30 Supervisor of Utility Audits 
B32 Business Manager, Recreation Department 
B34 Supervisor, Bureau of Accounts, Department of Public Works 
B35 Administrative Assistant, Juvenile Court 
B36 Business Manager, Department of Public Health 
B37 Assistant Superintendent (Administrative), San Francisco 

Hospital 
B54 Director, Bureau of Public Service 
B55 Assistant Director, Bureau of Public Service 
B57 Secretary, Art Commission 
B58 Secretary, Board of Education 
B61 Secretary, Board of Permit Appeals 
B66 Registrar of Voters 
B67 Secretary, Fire Commission 
B68 Chief Clerk 
B69 Secretary, Coordinating Council 



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FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



Class No. and Title 

B70 Secretary, Park Commission 

B71 Secretary, Board of Trustees, M. H. de Young and California 

Palace of the Legion of Honor 

B72 Secretary, Library Department 

B74 Confidential Secretary to the Mayor 

B76 Executive Secretary to the Mayor 

B76.1 Administrative Assistant to the Mayor 

B77 Executive Secretary to the Manager of Utilities 

B78 Secretary, City Planning Commission 

B79 Secretary, Health Service Board 

B80 Principal Assistant to the Chief Administrative Officer 

B81 Recorder 

B82 Secretary-Actuary, Retirement System 

B82.1 Assistant Secretary- Actuary, Retirement System 

B83 Consulting Actuary 

B84 Under Sheriff 

B87 Secretary- Attendant, Grand Jury 

B88 Chief Assistant Clerk, Board of Supervisors 

B89 Director, Bureau of Licenses 

B90 Clerk of the Board of Supervisors 

B90.3 Coordinator, Price and Rationing Program 

B90.4 Coordinator, Wartime Harvest Council 

B90.5 Coordinator, Citizens' Protective Corps 

B91 Director, Bureau of Delinquent Revenue 

B93 Tax Collector 

B95 Director of Finance and Records 

B95.1 Assistant Director of Public Works 

B96 Managing Director, War Memorial 

B97 Executive Secretary, Chief Administrative Officer 

B100 Supervisor of Real Property Records, Assessor's Office 

B108 Cashier A 

B120 Director of Accounts and Records, Assessor's Office 

B169 County Clerk 

B173 Public Administrator 

B180 Administrative Assistant, Board of Education 

B368 Chief Assistant Purchaser of Supplies 

B374 Purchaser of Supplies 

C4 Superintendent of Auditorium 

D66 Superintendent of Jail 

E8 Chief Electrical Inspector 

El 16 Superintendent of Plant 

F4 Assistant City Engineer 

F9 Manager and Chief Engineer, Hetch Hetchy Bureau 

F10 City Engineer 

F61 Superintendent of Airport Operations 

F62 Manager of Airport Department 

F112 City Architect 

F220 General Superintendent of Streets 

F366 Chief, Department of Electricity 

F372 Manager and Chief Engineer, Bureau of Light, Heat and 

Power 

F408 Public Health Engineer 

F412 Senior Engineer 

F414 General Superintendent of Track and Roadway, Municipal 

Railway 

F520 Consulting Sanitary Engineer 

F526 Chief Water Purification Engineer 

F527 Superintendent Sewage Treatment Plant 

F560 Superintendent Bureau of Building Inspection 

F706 Chief Valuation Engineer 

F800 City Planning Engineer 

F801 Senior City Planner 

F802 Master Plan Architect 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



1389 



Class No 

F810 

G5 

Gil 

G17 

G20 

G59 

G59.1 

G59.2 

G60 

G62 

G80 

G84 

G102 

G106 

G110 

G204 

G206 

H42 

H44 

K4 

K6 

K8 

K12 

K16 

K52 

K54 

K56 

K58 

L2 

L6 

L9 

L10 

L16 

L18 

L19 

L20 

L61 

L156 

L160 

L252 

L354 

L356 

L357 

L359 

L360 

L362 

L363 

L364 

L368 

L371 

L375 

L376 

L458 

L502 

L506 

L508 

M4 

M5 

M6 
M7 

M8 



. and Title 

Associate City Planner 

Chief Land Appraiser 

Chief Building Appraiser 

Chief Personal Property Appraiser 

Chief Assistant Assessor 

Assistant Personnel Director 

Supervisor of Wage Scales and Classifications 

Supervisor of Examinations 

Personnel Director 

Personnel Director and Secretary, Civil Service Commission 

Personnel Officer, Department of Public Health 

Director, Bureau of Personnel, Public Utilities Commission 

General Claims Agent, Municipal Railway 

Claims Adjuster 

Compensation Claims Adjuster 

Assistant Director of Property 

Director of Property 

Chief, Division of Fire Prevention and Investigation 

Supervising Inspector, Bureau of Fire Investigation 

Attorney, Civil 

Senior Attorney, Civil 

Principal Attorney, Civil 

Chief Attorney, Civil 

Special Counsel, Water Services 

Junior Attorney, Criminal 

Attorney, Criminal 

Senior Attorney, Criminal 

Principal Attorney, Criminal 

Assistant Superintendent, San Francisco Hospital 

Superintendent, San Francisco Hospital 

Assistant Superintendent, Medical, Laguna Honda Home 

Superintendent, Laguna Honda Home 

Assistant Director of Public Health 

Director of Public Health 

Chief, Division of Public Health Education 

Public Health Educator 

Director of Laboratories 

Dentist 

Director of Dental Bureau 

Optometrist 

House Officer 

Senior House Officer 

Resident Physician 

Supervising Physician, Blood Bank 

Physician 

Supervisor of City Physicians 

Superintendent, Hassler Health Home 

Physician Specialist 

Director of Bureau of Child Hygiene 

Director of Bureau of Communicable Diseases 

Chief, Division of Tuberculosis Control 

Chief, Division of Venereal Disease Control 

Roentgenologist 

Autopsy Surgeon 

Assistant Chief Surgeon, Emergency Hospital 

Chief Surgeon, Emergency Hospital 

Assistant General Superintendent of Equipment and Over- 
head Lines 

Assistant Superintendent of Equipment and Overhead Lines 

Superintendent of Equipment and Overhead Lines 

General Superintendent of Equipment and Overhead Lines, 
Municipal Railway 

General Superintendent of Shops 



1390 FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 

Class No. and Title 

M20 Superintendent of Equipment 

M22 Superintendent of Power and Lines 

N10 Coroner 

N54 District Supervisor 

N63 Chief Abattoir Inspector 

N70 Chief Food and Sanitary Inspector 

N156 County Agricultural Commissioner 

N358 Sealer of Weights and Measures 

N403 Public Service Director, Mayor's Office 

0216 Superintendent, Bureau of Sewer Repair 

P58 Director of Public Health Nursing 

PI 22 Director of Institutional Nursing 

R3 Assistant Superintendent, Recreation Department 

R4 Superintendent, Recreation Department 

R20 Assistant Director of Recreational Activities 

R22 Director of Recreational Activities 

S5 General Manager, Municipal Railway Bureau 

5128 Division Superintendent, Municipal Railway 

51 29 Supervisor of Accident Prevention 

5130 Assistant Superintendent of Transportation, Municipal 

Railway 

SI 32 Superintendent of Transportation, Municipal Railway 

SI 34 General Superintendent of Transportation, Municipal 

Railway 

T12 Superintendent, Juvenile Detention Home 

T30 . Director of Girls' School 

T70 Chief Adult Probation Officer 

T72 Chief Juvenile Probation Officer 

T163 Director of Public Welfare 

T165 District Supervisor 

U44 General Manager and Chief Engineer 

U80 Assistant Manager, Water Sales 

U88 Manager, Water Sales 

U142 Assistant Superintendent, City Distribution 

U144 Superintendent, City Distribution 

U232 Superintendent, Alameda District 

U236 Assistant Superintendent, Peninsula District 

U246 Superintendent, Peninsula District 

V40 Superintendent, Agriculture 

W2 Superintendent, Park Department 

W4 Assistant Superintendent, Park Department 

W212 Director of the Zoo 

X2 City Librarian 

XI 2 Chief Librarian 

Y2 Director, M. H. de Young Memorial Museum 

Y4 Director, California Palace of the Legion of Honor 

Y8 Curator A 

Y10 Curator B 

Y12 Curator C 

Section 1.9. Exceptions to Normal Work Schedules (44 or 48- 
Hour Work Week for Specified Employments) for Which Compensation 
Is Authorized and Provision Therefor: Appointing officers may require 
occupants of the positions specified in Sections 1.10 to 1.35 hereof, 
inclusive, to regularly work a tour of duty on six days of the week, 
which tours of duty shall be eight hours per day for each of five days 
and may be four or eight hours on the sixth day as set forth in said 
sections. Occupants of such positions who regularly work tours of 
duty of four hours on the sixth day as specified therein shall be com- 
pensated for such four hours of work on the 6th day of the week at 
straight time, that is, 10 per cent of the compensation of the em- 
ployee for the normal work schedule. Occupants of such positions 
who regularly work tours of duty of eight hours on the sixth day as 
specified therein shall be compensated for such sixth day of work at 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



1391 



straight time, that is, 20 per cent of the compensation for a normal 
work schedule. Exceptions to the normal work schedule as provided 
in this section shall not be authorized by appointing officers unless 
funds for the compensation thereof are provided. 

Section 1.10. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 

No. No. 
Classification Positions Hours 

Ol Chauffeur 2 4 

Section 1.11 CITY ATTORNEY 

No. No. 
Classification Positions Hours 

B408a General Clerk-Stenographer 

(Legal) 3 4 

ction 1.12. SHERIFF 

No. No. 

Classification Positions Hours 

C52 Elevator Operator 2 8 

D154 Head Keeper 1 4 

Ol Chauffeur 1 8 

Ol Chauffeur 1 4 

ction 1.13. POLICE 

No. No. 
Classification Positions Hours 

B4 Bookkeeper 1 4 

B310 Tabulating Machine Operator 4 4 

B408 General Clerk-Stenographer . 2 4 

B408 General Clerk-Stenographer . 3 8 

B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer . . 2 4 

B454 Telephone Operator 14 8 

B512 General Clerk-Typist 9 4 

B512 General Clerk-Typist 5 8 

Q25 Inspector of Motor Vehicles 1 8 

Q28 Range Master 1 8 

jction 1.14. FIRE 

No. No. 
Classification Positions Hours 

N152 Inspector of Fire Department 

Apparatus 1 8 

0172 Chief Operating Engineer. 1 8 

:tion 1.15. PARK 

No. No. 

Classification Positions Hours 

B103 Cashier C 1 4 

B222 General Clerk 1 4 

C102 Janitress 1 4 

C104 Janitor 12 4 

058 Gardener 1 8 

O60 Sub-Foreman Gardener 1 8 

O80 Nurseryman 1 8 

R108 Head Lifeguard 1 8 

R132 Starter 6 4 

W206 Animal Keeper All 4 

W208 Assistant Head Animal 

Keeper 1 4 

W210 Head Animal Keeper 1 4 

Section 1.16. STEINHART AQUARIUM 

No. No. 

Classification Positions Hours 

C104 Janitor 1 8 

W150 Aquarium Attendant 2 8 

W152 Aquatic Collector 1 8 

Y106 Aquatic Biologist's Assistant 2 8 



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Section 1.17. RECREATION 

No. No. 
Classification Positions Hours 

C104 Janitor 4 4 

054 Foreman, Building and 

Grounds 4 4 

058 Gardener 60 4 

O80 Nurseryman 1 4 

061 Supervisor of Grounds 1 4 

R114 Swimming Instructor 1 8 

Hunters Point C104 Janitor 4 4 

Teen-Age Center C104 Janitor 6 4 

Camp Mather B4 Bookkeeper 1 8 

*R102 Camp Manager 1 8 

*4 months only- 



Section 1.18. LIBRARY 

No. No. 
Classification Positions Hours 

C52 Elevator Operator 1 4 

C102 Janitress 1 4 

C104 Janitor 5 4 

C107 Working Foreman Janitor ... 1 4 



Section 1.19. WAR MEMORIAL 

No. No. 

Classification Positions Hours 

C52 Elevator Operator 2 4 

C104 Janitor All 4 

C108 Foreman Janitor 1 4 

C202 Window Cleaner 1 4 

0172 Chief Operating Engineer. . . 1 8 



Section 1.20. ART MUSEUM 



No. No. 
Positions Hours 



Classification 

C52 Elevator Operator 3 4 

C104 Janitor 2 4 



Section 1.21. CALIFORNIA PALACE OF LEGION OF HONOR 



Classification 

C104 Janitor 

C107 Working Foreman Janitor 



No. No. 
Positions Hours 



Section 1.22. M. H. de YOUNG MEMORIAL MUSEUM 

No. No. 

Classification Positions Hours 

CI 03 Checkroom Attendant 1 4 

C104 Janitor 2 8 

Y46 Museum Technician ........ 1 4 



Section 1.23. MAYOR 

No. No. 

Classification Positions Hours 

B408 General Clerk-Stenographer . 1 4 

B454 Telephone Operator 1 4 



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Section 1.24. JUVENILE COURT 

No. No. 

Classification Positions Hours 

C104 Janitor 2 8 

C107 Working Foreman Janitor. 1 8 

R56 Playground Director 2 8 

R56 Playground Director 1 4 

T20 Director of Boys' Ranch 

School 1 8 

T22 Assistant Director of Boys' 

Ranch School 2 8 

T24 Agricultural Instructor 1 8 

T26 Ranch School Maintenance 

Man 2 8 

T32 Group Supervisor 4 8 

T33 Group Supervisor, 

Boys' Ranch School 1 8 

Section 1.25. ADULT PROBATION 

No. No. 

Classification Positions Hours 

T56 Probation Officer 4 4 

B4 Bookkeeper 1 4 

B408 General Clerk-Stenographer . 1 4 



Section 1.26. 



Shop No. 1 



Section 1.27. 



Section 1.28. 



Section 1.29. 

General Office 
Accounts 
Building Repair 



Building Repair 






PURCHASING 

No. No. 

Classification Positions Hours 

B222 General Clerk 1 8 

B352 Storekeeper 6 4 

B352 Storekeeper 3 8 

B354 General Storekeeper 5 4 

B354 General Storekeeper 3 8 

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR 

No. No. 

Classification Positions Hours 

B234 Head Clerk 1 4 

REAL ESTATE 

No. No. 

Classification Positions Hours 

B234 Head Clerk 1 4 

C2 Assistant Superintendent of 

Auditorium 1 4 

C104 Janitor 5 4 

PUBLIC WORKS 

No. No. 

Classification Positions Hours 

B454 Telephone Operator 2 4 

B454 Telephone Operator 1 4 

C52 Elevator Operator 3 8 

C52 Elevator Ooerator 13 4 

C54 Elevator Starter 1 4 

C102 Janitress 1 4 

C104 Janitor All 4 

CI 07 Working Foreman Janitor ... 2 4 

C108 Foreman Janitor 3 4 

C110 Supervisor of Janitors 1 4 

C202 Window Cleaner 6 4 

C204 Sub-Foreman Window- 
Cleaner 1 4 

0172 Chief Operating Engineer. 2 4 



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Section 1.29. PUBLIC WORKS (Continued) 



Engineering 

Sewer Repair 
Street Cleaning 

Streets 



Classification 

0172 Chief Operating Engineer. . . 
General Foreman, Sewer 

Connections and Repairs. 
Assistant Superintendent, 

Bureau of Sewer Repair . . 
District Director of Street 

Cleaning 

Supervisor of Street Cleaning 
General Foreman, Street 

Repair 

Supervisor of Street Repair . . 



No. No. 

Positions Hours 



O208 

0214 

J108 

J112 
0294 

0298 



Section 1.30. ELECTRICITY 



Classification 

B454 Telephone Operator 



No. No. 

Positions Hours 



Section 1.31. HORTICULTURAL COMMISSION 

Classification 

B230 Market Master 

N154 Horticultural Inspector . . 



No. No. 
Positions Hours 



Section 1.32. 



Central Office 



Laguna Honda 
Home 



PUBLIC HEALTH 

No. No. 
Classification Positions Hours 

C52 Elevator Operator 1 4 

J74 Rodent Controlman 12 8 

N60 Abattoir Inspector 3 8 

N62 Veterinarian 5 8 

Ol Chauffeur 1 4 

B222 General Clerk 2 4 

B454 Telephone Operator 1 8 

1 22 Butcher 2 4 

1 24 Senior Butcher 1 4 

1 58 Dining Room Steward 1 8 

L8 Assistant Superintendent ... 1 8 

L54 Clinical Bacteriologist 1 4 

L202 Dietitian 1 4 

L306 Senior Pharmacist 1 4 

L452 X-ray Technician 1 4 

054 Foreman, Building and 

Grounds 1 4 

058 Gardener 1 4 

O60 Sub-Foreman Gardener .... 1 4 

PI 18 Superintendent of Nurses . . 1 4 



San Francisco 
Hospital, Isola- 
tion Division 

San Francisco 
Hospital 



P116 



B454 
1122 
L202 
L206 
0172 
P110 



Superintendent, Isolation 

Division 1 4 

Telephone Operator 2 8 

House Mother 2 4 

Dietitian 4 4 

Chief Dietitian 1 4 

Chief Operating Engineer. . . 1 8 
Assistant Superintendent, 

Nursing 4 4 



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Section 1.32. 



>an Francisco 
Hospital 



Emergency- 
Hospital 



Hassler Health 
Home 



PUBLIC HEALTH (Continued) 

No. No. 
Classification Positions Hours 

P206 Senior Anaesthetist 1 8 

P210 Senior Operating Room Nurse 1 4 

P212 Head Nurse, Specialist 3 8 

P304 Instructor of Nursing 2 4 

P306 Senior Instructor of Nursing 1 4 

L504 Emergency Hospital Surgeon 12 
(Rate of $300 based on 48 
hours per week) 

06 Ambulance Driver All 8 

P4 Chief Emergency Hospital 

Steward 1 8 

1 254 Seamstress 1 4 

054 Foreman, Buildings and 

Grounds 1 8 

058 Gardener 1 4 

PI 12 Superintendent of Nurses, 

Hassler Health Home .... 1 4 



Section 1.33. 



CORONER 

B512 General Clerk-Typist 



Section 1.34. CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 

No. No. 
Classification Positions Hours 

Dormitories for B229 Dormitory Clerk 2 8 

Servicemen B236 Manager, Dormitory 1 8 

C104 Janitor 5 8 

Hospitality House B236.2 Supervisor of Activities 1 8 

War Service B408 General Clerk-Stenographer . 1 4 

Activities C104 Janitor 4 8 



Section 1.35 



General Office 

San Francisco 
Airport 



Hetch Hetchy 
Water Supply, 
Power and Utili- 
ties, Utilities 
Engineering 

Water Supply, 
Power Operative 



PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION 

No. No. 
Classification Positions Hour* 

Ol Chauffeur 1 8 

B408 General Clerk-Stenographer . 1 8 

B512 General Clerk-Typist 2 8 

C102 Janitress 2 . 8 

C104 Janitor 3 8 

C107 Working Foreman Janitor ... 1 8 

058 Gardener 1 8 

Ol Chauffeur 1 8 




B222 General Clerk 1 4 

B222 General Clerk 1 8 

B408 General Clerk-Stenographer . 1 4 

C104 Janitor 1 8 

F406 Assistant Engineer 1 4 

058 Gardener 1 8 



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Section 1.35. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION (Cont'd) 

No. No. 
Classification Positions Hours 

Municipal Railway B4 Bookkeeper 7 4 

B6 Senior Bookkeeper 1 4 

BIO Accountant 2 4 

B68 Chief Clerk 2 4 

B102 Teller 4 8 

B103 Cashier C 1 8 

B210 Office Assistant 4 4 

B222 General Clerk 18 8 

B222 General Clerk 44 4 

B228 Senior Clerk 5 4 

B228 Senior Clerk (Shops) 1 8 

B234 Head Clerk 4 4 

B308a Calculating Machine Opera- 
tor (Key Drive) 14 4 

B308b Calculating Machine Opera- 
tor (Rotary) 2 4 

B408 General Clerk-Stenographer . 25 4 

B454 Telephone Operator 8 4 

B458 Chief Telephone Operator ... 1 4 

B512 General Clerk-Typist 12 4 

B512 General Clerk-Typist 1 8 

B516 Senior Clerk-Typist 3 4 

C52 Elevator Operator 2 8 

C104 Janitor All 4 

C104.1 Car Cleaner All 4 

CI 07 Working Foreman Janitor . . . All 4 
0173 Superintendent of Cable 

Machinery 1 8 

0294 General Foreman of Street 

Repair 1 4 

S122 Senior Inspector 1 8 

Water B247 Meter Reader All 8 

M270 Superintendent of Machine 

Shop and Equipment 1 8 

Ol Chauffeur 1 8 

052 Farmer 1 8 

House Service C52 Elevator Operator 1 8 

C104 Janitor 1 8 

C104 Janitor 5 4 

C107 Working Foreman Janitor .. . 1 4 

Agricultural 

Division v 30 Assistant Superintendent ... 1 4 

Docks and U51 Supervisor of Docks and 

Shipping Shipping ... 1 4 

U125 Hoseman, Ships and Docks. . 2 8 

General 0172 Chief Operating Engineer. . . 1 8 

City Distribution _ . 

General 0172 Chief Operating Engineer .. . 1 8 

Millbrae Station B228 Senior Clerk 1 8 

B354 General Storekeeper 1 

O60.1 Foreman Gardener 1 

U228 Meterman Country 1 8 

Alameda B222 General Clerk 1 

058 Gardener 1 8 

Civilian Defense B454 Telephone Operator 2 8 

U231 Assistant Superintendent, 

Alameda Division 1 4 



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Section 1.35. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION (Cont'd) 

No. No. 

Classification Positions Hours 

Functional F604 Surveyor's Field Assistant ... 1 8 

As Needed M266 Foreman Meter Repairer 1 8 

U136 General Foreman, Service 

and Meters 1 8 

U140 General Foreman, Main Pipe 1 8 

U230 Maintenance Foreman 3 8 

Section 1.35.1. BOARD OF EDUCATION 

No. No. 

Classification Positions Hours 

B408 General Clerk-Stenographer . 1 4 

C104 Janitor 2 4 

C104 Janitor 1 8 

C110 Supervisor of Janitors 1 4 

Section 1.36. At the discretion of the respective appointing officers, 
employees of the following offices may be required to work a four 
or eight-hour tour of duty on Saturday and such Saturday work shall 
be compensated as provided in Section 1.9 hereof: 

In the office of the Assessor, during the months of March, April, May 
and June; in the office of the Registrar of Voters, one month begin- 
ning three weeks before the close of registration prior to each elec- 
tion; and in the office of the Tax Collector, November 1st to Decem- 
ber 20th, March 1st to May 15th, and during the month of August, 
and the staff of the License Bureau and cashiers in the Tax Collector's 
office during the months of July and January. Exceptions to the 
normal work schedule as provided in this section shall not be author- 
ized by appointing officers unless funds for the compensation thereof 
are provided. 

Section 1.37. Exceptions to Normal Work Schedules (48 Hour 
Work Week for Specified Classifications) for Which Extra Compensa- 
tion Is Authorized and Provision Therefor: Appointing officers may 
require all occupants of positions allocated to the classifications speci- 
fied in this section to work tours of duty of eight hours on six days 
of the week, or a total work week of 48 hours. Occupants of such 
positions who regularly work tours of duty of eight hours six days 
per week shall be compensated for such sixth day of work at straight 
time, that is, twenty per cent of the compensation for a normal work 
schedule. Exceptions to the normal work schedule as provided in 
this section shall not be authorized by appointing officers unless funds 
for the compensation thereof are provided. 

Class No. and Title 

CI 52 Watchman 

CI 80 Gallery Attendant 

C182 Assistant Head Gallery Attendant 

C184 Head Gallery Attendant 

D52 Jail Matron 

D54 Head Jail Matron 

D60 Jailer 

D64 Captain of Watch 

D102 Writ Server 

E52 Fire Dispatcher 

El 20 Governor man 

El 22 Power House Operator 

E124 Senior Power House Operator 

El 28 Superintendent of Power House 

F50 Maintenance Chief, San Francisco Airport 

F51 Airport Attendant 

F52 Crew Chief, San Francisco Airport 



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Class No. and Title 

I 2 Kitchen Helper 

1 54 Waitress 

1 56 Waiter 

I 58 Dining Room Steward 

1 60 Housekeeper 

I 106 Morgue Attendant 

1 112 Supervisor, Ambulatory Inmates 

1 116 Orderly 

1 120 Senior Orderly 

1 122 House Mother 

1 152 Flat work Ironer 

I 154 Laundress 

1 156 Star cher 

1 158 Sorter 

1 164 Marker and Distributor 

1 166 Wringerman 

I 167 Tumblerman 

1 170 Washer 

1 172 Head Washer 

1 174 Superintendent of Laundry, Laguna Honda Home 

1 178 Superintendent of Laundry, San Francisco Hospital 

1 204 Porter 

I 206 Porter Sub-Foreman 

I 208 Porter Foreman 

I 210 Head Porter 

L352 Interne 

N4 Coroner's Investigator 

08 Morgue Ambulance Driver 

052 Farmer 

0158 Motor Boat Operator 

0166.1 Junior Operating Engineer 

168.1 Operating Engineer 

O304 Hydrantman-Gateman 

O308 Assistant Foreman Hydrantman-Gateman 

O310 Foreman Hydrantman-Gateman 

P2 Emergency Hospital Steward 

P3 Senior Emergency Hospital Steward 

P102 Registered Nurse 

P104 Head Nurse 

Pill Night Supervisor 

PI 11.1 Night Supervisor, Hassler Health Home 

P204 Anaesthetist 

P208 Operating Room Nurse 

Rill Lifeguard Watchman 

R130 Foreman, Recreational Activities 

S56 Special Instructor, Municipal Railway 

S60 Instructor, Municipal Railway 

SI 10 Inspector, Municipal Railway 

SI 14 Claims Investigator 

SI 20 Day Dispatcher 

SI 24 Supervisor of Schedules 

T2 Attendant, Juvenile Detention Home 

U130 Reservoir Keeper 

U212 Ranger 

U213 Special Agent 

U227 General Maintenance Foreman 

W106 Rides Attendant 

W150 Aquarium Attendant 

W152 Aquatic Collector 

Y42 Chief Installer 

Y44 Senior Museum Technician 

Y46 Museum Technician 

Y106 Aquatic Biologist's Assistant 



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Section 1.38. Exceptions to Normal Work Schedule — Part Time 
Services: Except as provided in Sections 1.8 and 2.1 hereof a tour of 
duty of less than eight hours' work a day for employees whose com- 
pensation is fixed on a monthly basis shall be considered part-time 
employment, and compensation therefor shall be fixed herein at a 
rate based upon the full time rate for the classification, proportion- 
ate to the hours worked, with due regard to seniority of service, pro- 
vided that these provisions shall not apply to physicians employed 
in their professional capacity on a call basis or on a regular consult- 
ant basis. Positions occupied by part-time employees other than those 
on night shifts having a tour of duty of seven and one-half hours, shall 
be recorded as such by a department head, only with the approval of 
the Civil Service Commission and, when so recorded shall be noted 
as part-time on payrolls, budget estimates, salary ordinance and 
similar documents. 

Section 2. Emergency Overtime and Compensation Therefor: It 

is the policy of the City and County to establish a five-day 40-hour 
week work schedule for its employees insofar as feasible, as set forth 
in Section 1.7 hereof. Whenever circumstances or exigencies of the 
service demand, appointing officers, subject to the provisions of this 
section, may require employees to work longer than eight hours per 
day or longer than the normal work schedules established under Sec- 
tion 1.7 hereof or longer than the exceptions authorized under Sec- 
tions 1.8 to 1.37 hereof. Any time worked under proper authoriza- 
tion of the appointing officer by an employee, exclusive of part-time 
employees, whose compensations are subject to the provisions of Sec- 
tion 151 of the Charter and fixed in the schedules of compensation 
on a monthly basis in excess of the regular work schedule of em- 
ployees as fixed in the said sections or as authorized under Section 
1.8 hereof shall be designated as emergency overtime and shall be 
compensated at one and one-half times the rate of compensation 
fixed herein for the normal work schedule, provided that compensa- 
tion for such emergency overtime shall be based on a maximum com- 
pensation of $250 per month for the normal work schedule, and pro- 
vided further, that no compensation as provided in this section for 
emergency overtime shall be paid for the purpose of keeping City or 
County or City and County offices and departments open on Saturday 
morning. 

Appointing officers shall not authorize or permit employees to work 
emergency overtime as provided in this section unless funds are avail- 
able for paying the compensations of employees performing such 
emergency overtime work, or unless an actual emergency exists as 
defined by law. When so authorized by the appointing officer the 
emergency overtime worked shall be recorded separately on time- 
rolls opposite the name of the employee and the facts and circum- 
stances warranting or requiring the overtime work shall be clearly 
set forth thereon. The Civil Service Commission shall submit to the 
Board of Supervisors a monthly report showing the amount of extra 
compensation paid to employees for emergency overtime work each 
month under the provisions of this section 

No employee shall be paid for emergency overtime worked as herein 
provided unless the duties performed by him during such overtime 
work are included in the classification in which the employee is regu- 
larly and legally serving, provided that when work in a department 
has to be completed within time limitation fixed by law, and the 
Civil Service Commission determines that no unemployed person or 
persons in the classification involved are available to perform the 
work and approves the assignment of employees of a different classi- 
fication in that department or from other departments to perform the 
work under the provisions of Section 141 of the Charter, said em- 
ployees may be compensated for such emergency overtime at rates of 
pay for their regular civil service classification. 

Compensation for emergency overtime worked as provided in this 



1392-8 FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 

section shall be paid on an hourly basis. The Civil Service Commis- 
sion shall cause a schedule of hourly rates to be established for the 
purpose of computing hourly rates of pay, and this schedule shall be 
in accordance with the provisions of Section 151 of the Charter and 
shall be the basis of computing compensation for emergency overtime 
worked. 

If and when the Civil Service Commission determines that overtime 
payments in a department are excessive and finds that the required 
work can be performed to better advantage and more economically 
than through overtime work, the Civil Service Commission shall so 
report to the Board of Supervisors in order that the Board of Super- 
visors may consider the advisability of establishing additional em- 
ployments in such departments or take such other action as may be 
deemed advisable. 

Compensations fixed in the schedules of compensation on a per 
diem basis and converted and included herein on a monthly basis 
shall be subject to the provisions of this section. 

Section 2.01. Overtime Payment for Members of Police and Fire 
Departments and Compensations Therefor: Under the provision of 
Section 35.5 ^ of the Charter, salary warrants for extra time served 
by members of the Police Department shall be payable from the 
regular salary appropriation of the Police Department or from any 
appropriation made for such purpose, and at no time shall extra com- 
pensation be authorized or paid in amounts exceeding the available 
unencumbered balance in any such appropriation. 

Under the provisions of Section 36.1 of the Charter, salary war- 
rants for extra time served by officers and members of the uniformed 
force of the Fire Department shall be payable from the regular appro- 
priation of said uniformed force, and at no time shall extra compen- 
sation be authorized or paid in amounts exceeding the available un- 
encumbered balance in said appropriation. 

Section 2.1. Night Shift Work and Extra Compensation Therefor: 

A night shift is a tour of duty of IV2 hours work completed within 
8V2 hours or 8 hours work completed within 9 hours, which tour of 
duty commences after 2 p. m. and prior to 6 a. m. Employees whose 
compensations are fixed herein on a monthly basis who are regularly 
required to work a night shift of IV2 hours shall be paid the same 
amount of compensation as for 8 hours work on a normal day sched- 
ule and employees regularly required to work a night shift of 8 hours 
shall be paid 6V4 per cent more than the amount to which they are 
otherwise entitled. This provision shall not apply to employees whose 
compensations are fixed herein on a per diem or hourly basis 

Section 2.2. Split Shift Work and Compensation Therefor: A tour 
of duty of 8 hours work completed within 11 hours but extended! 
over more than 9 hours shall be considered a split shift. There shall 
be only one split in any shift. Employees required to work a split 
shift shall be paid 50 cents per day above the compensation to which 
they are otherwise entitled. This provision shall not apply to em- 
ployees whose compensations are fixed herein on a per diem or hourly 
basis. 

Section 2.3. Work Performed Under Contract and Compensation 
Therefor: In the execution and performance of any contract awarded 
to a city department under the provisions of Sections 95 and 98 of the 
Charter the rates fixed herein shall not apply to employments en- 
gaged therein and in lieu thereof not less than the highest general 
prevailing rate of wages in private employment for similar work, as 
fixed by a resolution of the Board of Supervisors and in effect at the 
time of the award of said contract, shall be paid to employees per- 
forming work under such contract. 

Section 2.4. Holidays for Employees Whose Compensations Are 
Fixed on a Monthly Basis, and Compensation Therefor: Except when 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 1392-9 

normal operations require or in an emergency, employees, other than 
members of the uniformed forces of the Police and Fire Departments, 
whose compensations are fixed on a monthly basis in the schedules 
of compensations adopted by the Board of Supervisors pursuant to 
the provisions of Section 151 of the Charter shall not be required to 
work on the following days hereby declared to be holidays for such 
employees: January 1, February 12, February 22, May 30, July 4, 
September 9, October 12, November 11, December 25, but in the event 
one of these days falls on Sunday, the Monday following shall be ob- 
served as a holiday; the first Monday of September (Labor Day); 
any day appointed by the President of the United States or the Gov- 
ernor of California as Thanksgiving Day; and any day on which an 
election is held throughout the State; provided that the Board of 
Education may, for its own employees, substitute for the holidays 
declared above an equal number of different holidays. Such em- 
ployees required by their respective appointing officers to work on 
any of the above specified holidays, or employees of the Board of 
Education required to work on those specified by the Board of Educa- 
tion, shall be paid extra compensation in the amount of a day's pay 
for the time worked, computed as provided in Section 2.5 hereof, 
provided further that occupants of positions enumerated in Section 
1.8 hereof (administrative and executive positions) who are required 
by appointing officers to work on such holidays shall not receive extra 
compensation, but may be granted time off equivalent to the time 
worked. Compensations fixed in the schedules of compensation on a 
per diem basis and converted and included herein on a monthly basis 
shall not be subject to the provisions of this section but such em- 
ployees shall be entitled to the six holidays specified in Section 2.6 
hereof, and when required by their respective appointing officers to 
work on the holidays specified in Section 2.6, they shall be paid extra 
compensation in the amount of a day's pay for the time worked 

Section 2.5. Method of Conversion of Rate of Pay From Per Diem 
Basis to Monthly Basis or Monthly to Per Diem and Application 
Thereof: In converting compensation schedules established in the 
schedules of compensation adopted by the Board of Supervisors pur- 
suant to the provisions of Section 151 of the Charter on a per diem 
basis for inclusion in the annual salary ordinance as a monthly rate, 
the conversion shall be made by using the factor 21.25 days for a 
5 -day week work schedule; 23.4 for a 5 x /2-day week work schedule; 
and 25.6 for a 6-day week work schedule, all of which factors include 
allowance for the six holidays listed in Section 2.6 hereof. In con- 
verting compensation schedules established in the schedules of com- 
pensation as a monthly rate to a per diem rate, the conversion shall 
be made by using the factor 20.75 days for a 5-day work schedule 
which factor includes allowance for the twelve holidays listed in Sec- 
tion 2.4 hereof. In calculating conversions from per diem to monthly 
salary rates, figures shall be rounded to the next highest half dollar. 
The Civil Service Commission shall establish schedules of such con- 
version rates as the basis of payment when converted rates are re- 
quired. 

Section 2.6. Overtime — Per Diem Employees: The wages speci- 
fied on a per diem basis in the schedules of compensation adopted by 
the Board of Supervisors pursuant to the provisions of Section 151 
of the Charter for the respective employments included herein are 
for eight hours' work per day, between the hours of 8:00 a. m. and 
5:00 p. m., on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. 
For purposes of this ordinance, the said work schedule shall be con- 
sidered as regular work time. 

Any time worked by employees engaged in the operations and 
occupations named in this section on Saturday and Sunday, or on 
New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, 
Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day shall be considered as work on 



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FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



holidays and such holiday work shall be compensated at double the 
rate herein provided for regular work time, subject, however, to the 
restrictions and provisions of this section. Any time worked by such 
employees after 12 o'clock midnight and before 8:00 o'clock a. m prior 
to the days mentioned above shall be compensated at double the rate 
herein fixed, subject to the restrictions of this section. 

Overtime for the t ployees engaged in the operations or occupa- 
tions named herein s ill be any time worked in excess of eight hours 
per day, or any time vorked before 8:00 a. m. and after 5:00 p. m. on 
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. 

Overtime work for employees engaged in the operations or occupa- 
tions set forth in this section whose compensation is fixed in this 
ordinance on a per diem basis shall be compensated as set forth in 
this section for such overtime, subject to the provisions of this section. 



Operations and Occupations 

Asphalt and related street repair 
crafts as determined by the civil 
service classification of positions 
and Laborers and Cribbers and 
Trackman. 



Basis for Computing Compensa- 
tion for Overtime as Herein 
Defined. 

One and one-half times the rate 
herein for regular time for the 
first four hours of overtime and 
twice the rate fixed herein for 
regular time thereafter, except 
that the rate for overtime be- 
tween 6:00 a. m. and 8:00 a. m. 
shall be twice the rate fixed 
herein for regular time. 



Bricklayers, Hodcarriers, Stone 
Masons, Granite Cutters, Tile 
Setters, Plasterers, Cement 
Finishers, Steam Fitters, Machin- 
ists, Electrical Workers, Lathers, 
Engineers of Hoisting Engines 
and Compressor Operators and 
related crafts as determined by 
the civil service classification of 
positions. 

Marble trades and related crafts 
as determined by the civil serv- 
ice classification of positions. 



Carpenters and related crafts as 
determined by the civil service 
classification of positions. 



Twice the rate fixed herein for 
regular time. 



One and one-half times the rates 
fixed herein for regular time for 
the first four hours of overtime 
and twice the rate fixed herein 
for regular time thereafter. 

One and one-half times the rate 
fixed herein for regular time for 
the first four hours of overtime 
and twice the rate fixed herein 
for regular time thereafter. 



Glaziers and related crafts as 
determined by the civil service 
classification of positions. 



One and one-half times the rate 
fixed herein for regular time for 
the first two hours of overtime 
and twice the rate fixed herein 
for regular time thereafter. 



Painters and related crafts as 
determined by the civil service 
classification of positions 



One and one-half times the rate 
fixed herein for regular time. 



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Operations and Occupations 
Plumbers and Gas Fitters and 
related crafts as determined by 
the civil service classification of 
positions and employees engaged 
in pipe-caulking and installing 
meters and water services. 



Basis for Computing Compensa- 
tion for Overtime as Herein 
Defined 
Twice the rate fixed herein for 
regular time. 



Sheet Metal Workers and re- 
lated crafts as determined by 
civil service classification of 
positions. 



One and one-half times the rate 
fixed herein for regular time for 
the first four hours of overtime 
and twice the rate fixed herein 
for regular time thereafter. 



Chauffeurs, Truck Drivers and 
related crafts as determined by 
the civil service classification of 
positions. 



One and one-half times the rate 
fixed herein for regular time 
after 8 hours. 



Boiler Makers and related crafts 
as determined by the civil serv- 
ice classification of positions. 



One and one-half times the rate 
fixed herein for regular time 
after 8 hours 



Sewer Cleaners 






One and one-half times the rate 
fixed herein for regular time for 
the first four hours of overtime 
and twice the rate fixed herein 
for regular time thereafter, ex- 
cept that the rate for overtime 
between 6:00 a. m. and 8:00 a. m. 
shall be twice the rate fixed 
herein for regular time; and pro- 
vided that when the ebb and 
flow of the tides in San Francisco 
Bay shall interfere with the 
work of cleaning, maintaining 
and repairing sewers to the ex- 
tent that employees engaged 
therein cannot render service or 
perform work for more than 
four hours per day, the said four 
hours shall be considered and 
compensated as a full day's 
work, unless, immediately fol- 
lowing such work, such employ- 
ees are assigned to other duties 
within their classification. 



The provisions of this section are subject to the following condi- 
tions and restrictions: 

(a) Where night shifts are recognized and where operations as 
presently constituted and now carried on regularly and continuously 
require a tour of duty by employees of any of the crafts named in 
this section commencing after 5 p. m. and before 8:00 a. m. on Mon- 
day to Friday, inclusive, such employees shall be compensated 
therefor at straight time except if such employees presently receive 

j premium pay for such work, in which event they shall eontinue to 
i receive the premium pay they now receive; 

(b) Where operations as presently constituted require tours of 



1392-12 FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 

duty on Saturday or Sunday, and the occupants of positions engaged 
in such operations have heretofore been paid straight time for work 
on Saturday and Sunday, such employees shall hereafter be paid 
time and one-half for such Saturday and Sunday work; 

(c) Employees engaged in crafts which are not enumerated in this 
section shall be compensated at time and one-half the regular rate 
of pay for work in excess of eight hours per day; 

(d) Compensations and work schedules of platform employees and 
bus operators at the Municipal Railway and compensation fixed in 
the salary ordinance on a monthly basis, shall not be subject to the 
provisions of this section. 

Section 2.7. Per Diem — Miscellaneous: In accordance with estab- 
lished working conditions for theatrical stage employees, working 
schedules on holidays and Sundays shall be compensated for at the 
same rate as for week days, provided permanent employees in classes 
A165 Stage Carpenter and El 09 Stage Electrician who are required 
to work a performance on a Sunday shall be allowed a day off during 
the week. 

Employees in Classes A165 Stage Carpenter, A170 Stage Property 
Man, and El 09 Stage Electrician, shall be paid time and one-half 
when required to work over eight hours per day. 

Employees in Class C109 Stage Hand employed on a performance 
basis as provided in the salary standardization ordinance shall be paid 
overtime over four hours at the following rates: Between the hours of 
8:00 a. m. and 5:00 p. m , $1.75 per hour; and between the hours of 
5:00 p. m. and 8:00 a. m., $2.25 per hour. 

Appointing officers shall not authorize or permit employees to work 
emergency overtime as provided in Sections 2.6 and 2.7 hereof unless 
funds are available for paying the compensations of employees per- 
forming such emergency overtime work, or unless an actual emer- 
gency exists as defined by law. When so authorized by the appointing 
officer the emergency overtime worked shall be recorded separately 
on time-rolls opposite the name of the employee and the facts and 
circumstances warranting or requiring the overtime work shall be 
clearly set forth thereon. The Civil Service Commission shall submit 
to the Board of Supervisors a monthly report showing the amount of 
extra compensation paid to employees for emergency overtime work 
each month under the provisions of this section. 

If and when the Civil Service Commission determines that overtime 
payments in a department are excessive and finds that the required 
work can be performed to better advantage and more economically 
than through overtime work, the Civil Service Commission shall so 
report to the Board of Supervisors in order that the Board of Super- 
visors may consider the advisability of establishing additional em- 
ployments in such departments or take such other action as may be 
deemed advisable. 

Section 2.8 Charges and Deduction for Maintenance: The com- 
pensations fixed herein for all employees whose compensations are 
subject to the provisions of Section 151 of the Charter, and including 
also those engaged in construction work outside the City and County 
of San Francisco are gross compensations and include the valuation 
of maintenance provided such employees. Charges and deductions 
therefor for any and all maintenance furnished and accepted by em- 
ployees shall be made arid indicated on time rolls and payrolls in 
accordance with the following schedule of charges fixed by the Civil 
Service Commission for such maintenance. Provided, however, that 
no charge shall be made for meals furnished cooks, bakers, waiters, 
waitresses, and other kitchen workers: 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 1392-13 

Per Month 

1 meal per day $ 10.00 

2 meals per day 16.50 

3 meals per day 22.50 

Room or house $10 per month or 35^ per night 

Laundry . . 2.50 

Board, room and laundry 35.00 

Single Meal 35 

Room, Hassler Health Home 5.00 

Board, room and laundry for Camp Assistants at Camp Mather 

and for employees of the Boys' Ranch School each 22.00 

Room and board for adult dependents of employees at Boys' 

Ranch School each 10.00 

Family maintenance furnished the Director of Boys' Ranch 

School and the Agricultural Instructor each 42.00 

Complete family maintenance furnished the Superintendent of 
Laguna Honda Home and the Superintendent of the San 
Francisco Hospital each 150.00 

Complete family maintenance furnished the Physician and As- 
sistant Superintendent, Medical, Laguna Honda Home . . 75.00 

Complete family maintenance furnished the Resident Phy- 
sician and Superintendent of Hassler Health Home 75.00 

Complete family maintenance furnished the Physician Spe- 
cialist and Resident Physician and Superintendent of 
Hassler Health Home each 75.00 

House furnished the Superintendent and Assistant Superin- 
tendent, Alameda Division of the Water Department, and 
the Assistant Superintendent of the Peninsula Division 
of the Water Department each 25 00 

House furnished the Superintendent of the Peninsula Division 

of the Water Department 50.00 

House furnished the Operating Engineer of the Peninsula and 

Alameda Division of the Water Department 25.00 

House furnished the Operating Engineer at the Water Depart- 
ment 15.00 

House furnished to Superintendent, Park Department 50.00 

House furnished to the Director of the Zoo, Park Department 25.00 

House furnished to Junior Operating Engineer at the Murphy 

Windmill, Park 25.00 

Section 2.9. Compensation Reserves: Surpluses existing in appro- 
priations made for personal services shall be transferred by the Con- 
troller to a "Compensation Reserve" in the fund of which the appro- 
priation is a part. 

Each "Compensation Reserve" is appropriated for the following 
purposes: 

For adjusting the provision for the compensation of an 
office or a position wherein the amount provided for such 
compensation is not sufficient to pay the officer or employee 
returning to such office or position from military or war 
leave the compensation said officer or employee is legally 
entitled to receive. 

For providing the compensation for an office or a position 
wherein provision has not been otherwise made to pay an 
officer or employee returning from military or war leave to 
a regularly established office or position the compensation 
said officer or employee is legally entitled to receive. 

For adjusting the provision for the compensation of an 
office or a position wherein the amount provided for such 
compensation is not sufficient to pay said officer or employee 
the compensation said officer or employee is legally entitled 
to receive. 



1392-14 FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 

Such amounts as may be required to carry out the above provision 
shall be transferred by the Controller to the related appropriation 
upon the request of the department head concerned and that of the 
Chief Administrative Officer, board or commission for departments 
under their respective jurisdiction. 

Each such request shall require the prior approval of the secretary 
of the Civil Service Commission. 

No such transfer shall be made from one fund to another. 

Surpluses existing in "Compensation Reserve" may also be used 
for the making of appropriation for other compensation requirements 
in the manner provided by Charter. 

Section 2.10. Explanation of Symbols: The following symbols used 
in connection with the rates fixed herein have the significance and 
meaning indicated: 

(a Protected rate based on same number of hours worked in 
1943-44. 

(b Salary fixed by Charter. 

(c Salary fixed by State law. 

(d Salary paid by City and County (balance paid by State) 

(e Salary fixed by department head. 

(f Payroll symbol — 5V2-day week, 44 hours, plus 10 per cent. 

(g Daily rate converted to monthly rate calculated on 5-day, 
40-hour week. 

(h Daily rate converted to monthly rate calculated on 5V2-day, 
44-hour week. 

(i Daily rate converted to monthly rate calculated on 6-day, 48- 
hour week. 

(j Monthly rate converted to daily rate. 

(k Salary based on Disability Transfer. 

(1 No funds provided. 

(m Daily rate based on type of services provided by salary stand- 
ardization ordinance. 

(n Payroll symbol — Normal 5-day week, 40 hours. 

(p Payroll symbol — Premium rate. 

(s Payroll symbol — 6-day week, 48 hours, plus 20 per cent. 

Section 3. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 11 Supervisors (b $200 

2 1 Bll Cost Analyst 275-325 

3 1 B88 Chief Assistant Clerk, Board of 

Supervisors 375-450 

4 1 B90 Clerk of the Board of Supervisors . 500-600 

5 1 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

6 2 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

6.1 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer (I 160-200 

7 3 B413 Assistant Clerk, Board of Super- 

visors 250-300 

8 2 B413 Assistant Clerk, Board of Super- 

visors (I 250-300 

9 1 D4 Sergeant-at-Arms 200-225 

10 2 Ol Chauffeur 210 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



1392-15 



Section 4. MAYOR 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 Mayor (b $833.33 

1.1 1 BIO Accountant 275-325 

2 1 B74 Confidential Secretary to Mayor. . . 400 

3 1 B76 Executive Secretary to Mayor. . . . 500 

4 1 B76.1 Administrative Assistant to Mayor . 500-625 

4.1 1 B76.3 Administrative Analyst 375-450 

5 1 B213 Usher, Mayor's Office 160-200 

6 8 B408 General Clerk- Stenographer 160-200 

7 1 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

8 1 B454 Telephone Operator 160-200 

8.2 2 G31 Administrative Technician 225-275 

8.3 1 N403 Public Service Director, Mayor's 

Office 350-425 

9 1 N404 Public Service Assistant (a 375 



Section 4a. CITIZENS' PROTECTIVE CORPS 

The following positions are not established as continuing positions 
but "as needed" when services are required and funds are provided: 

SAN FRANCISCO CIVILIAN DEFENSE HEADQUARTERS 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

2 *1 B41 Administrative Assistant to Co- 

ordinator, Citizens' Protective 
Corps $300 

3 **1 B90.5 Coordinator, Citizens' Protective 

Corps 

4 1 B90.6 Assistant Coordinator, Citizens' 

Protective Corps 300 

6 2 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

♦Funds provided for three months only. 
**One dollar only appropriated for this position. 



Section 4b. CITIZENS' PROTECTIVE CORPS (Continued) 
MILEAGE ADMINISTRATOR 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 

9 3 B408 



Class-Title 
General Clerk-Stenographer 



Compensation 
Schedules 

. $160-200 



Section 5. ASSESSOR 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 Assessor (b $666.66 

2 1 B99 Confidential Secretary to Assessor. 275-325 

3 1 B120 Director, Accounts and Records, 

Assessor's Office 325-400 

4 5 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

5 1 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

6 1 B100 Supervisor, Real Property Records, 

Assessor's Office 300-375 

7 1 B101 Supervisor, Personal Property Rec- 

ords, Assessor's Office 250-300 

8 1 B235 Director of Service 250-300 

9 1 B242 Blockbook Draftsman 200-250 

9.1 1 B309a Key Punch Operator (Alphabet- 
ical) 150>175 

10 5 B310 Tabulating Machine Operator 175-210 



1392-16 FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 

Section 5. ASSESSOR (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

11 1 B310.1 Senior Tabulating Machine and Key 

Punch Operator $210-250 

12 1 B330 Photographer 200-250 

13 10 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

14 1 B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

15 2 B454 Telephone Operator 160-200 

16 4 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

17 1 F102c Draftsman (Civil) 225-280 

18 2 F100 Junior Draftsman 180-225 

Section 5.1. ASSESSOR (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

19 7 G2 Land Appraiser $225-275 

20 2 G4 Supervising Land Appraiser 275-350 

21 1 G5 Chief Land Appraiser 350-425 

22 9 G8 Building Appraiser 225-275 

23 4 G10 Supervising Building Appraiser .. . 275-350 

24 1 Gil Chief Building Appraiser 350-425 

25 6 G15 Property Auditor 225-275 

26 1 G15.1 Warehouse and Probate Estates 

Appraiser 250-325 

27 5 G16 Supervising Personal Property Ap- 

praiser 275-350 

28 1 G17 Chief Personal Property Appraiser . 350-425 

29 1 G18 Assistant Marine Surveyor 225-275 

30 1 G19 Marine Surveyor 275-350 

31 1 G20 Chief Assistant Assessor 400-500 

32 1 G21 Administrative Assistant, Assessor's 

Office 275-350 

Section 5.2. ASSESSOR (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

33 *5 B222 General Clerk $160-200 

* Occupants of these positions are paid from appropriation for tempo- 
rary services and have acquired permanent status under the rule of 
the Civil Service Commission adopted pursuant to Section 148 of the 
Charter. 

Section 6. CITY ATTORNEY 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 City Attorney (b $833.33 

2 1 B160 Law Clerk 200-250 

3 7 B408a General Clerk-Stenographer 

(Legal) 160-200 

4 1 B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

5 1 B454 Telephone Operator 160-200 

6 1 F706 Chief Valuation Engineer 450-560 

7 3 K4 Attorney, Civil 375 

8 5 K6 Senior Attorney, Civil 475 

9 6 K8 Principal Attorney, Civil 600 

11 3 K12 Chief Attorney, Civil 800 

12 1 K16 Special Counsel, Water Service . (a 833.33 
12.1 1 SI 14 Claims Investigator 250-300 

INTERDEPARTMENTAL 

13 1 K8 Principal Attorney, Civil (part 

time) $400 






FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



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Section 7. DISTRICT ATTORNEY 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 District Attorney (b $666.66 

2 1 B68 Chief Clerk 300-375 

3 2 B162 Assistant Director, Bureau of Do- 

mestic Relations, District Attor- 
ney's Office 200-250 

4 I B163 Director, Bureau of Domestic Rela- 

tions, District Attorney's Office. . 250-300 

5 5 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

6 2 B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

7 1 B420 Phonographic Reporter 250-300 

8 1 B454 Telephone Operator (part time) . . . 79.50 

9 1 B454 Telephone Operator 160-200 

10 2 B516 Senior Clerk-Typist 200-250 

11 1 D6 Special Officer (a 210 



Section 7.1. DISTRICT ATTORNEY (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

12 1 K6 Senior Attorney, Civil (part time) $404 

13 3 K52 Junior Attorney, Criminal 300 

13.1 1 K52 Junior Attorney, Criminal (part 

time) 255 

14 6 K54 Attorney, Criminal 375 

14.1 1 K54 Attorney, Criminal (part time) 328 

15 5 K56 Senior Attorney, Criminal 475 

15.1 2 K56 Senior Attorney, Criminal (part 

time) 427.50 

15.2 1 K56 Senior Attorney, Criminal (part 

time) 368 

15.3 1 K56 Senior Attorney, Criminal (part 

time) 309 

16 5 K58 Principal Attorney, Criminal 600 

17 1 Nil Senior Investigator, District Attor- 

ney's Office 300-375 

18 2 N12 Investigator, District Attorney's Of- 

fice 250-300 

19 1 N422 Investigative Reporter 300-375 



Section 8. TREASURER 

Item No. of Class Compensation 
No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 Treasurer (b $666.66 

2 1 B10 Accountant 275-325 

3 1 B14 Senior Accountant 325-400 

4 2 B102 Teller 200-250 

5 4 B104 Senior Teller 250-300 

6 2 B108 Cashier A 325-400 

7 4 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

8 1 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

9 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 



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Section 9. 


SHE] 


Item 


No. of 


Class 


No. 


Employees No. 


1 






2 




B4 


3 




B84 


4 




B98 


5 




B68 


6 




B105 


8 




B222 


8.1 




B228 


9 




B352 


10 




B408 


11 


3 


B512 



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Compensation 
Class-Title Schedules 

Sheriff (b $666.66 

Bookkeeper 175-225 

Under Sheriff 400-500 

Confidential Secretary to the Sheriff 250-300 

Chief Clerk 300-375 

Cashier B 275-325 

General Clerk 160-200 

Senior Clerk 200-250 

Storekeeper (a 280 

General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

General Clerk-Typist 160-200 



Section 9.1. SHERIFF (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

12 2 C52 Elevator Operator $140-165 

13 35 D2 Bailiff 200-225 

14 1 D2 Bailiff (k 224 

15 1 D5 Detention Hospital Bailiff 225-250 



Section 9.2. SHERIFF (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

15.1 12 D52 Jail Matron $165-200 

15.2 1 D54 Head Jail Matron (a 283.50 

16 1 D54 Head Jail Matron 200-230 

16.1 27 D60 Jailer .. 165-200 

16.2 1 D64 Captain of Watch (a 283.50 

17 5 D64 Captain of Watch 200-230 

18 2 D66 Superintendent of Jail 300-400 



Section 9.3. SHERIFF (Continued) 



Item 


No. of 


Class 


No. 


Employees No. 


19 


10 


D102 


20 




D152 


21 




D154 


22 




112 


23 




114 


24 




K6 


25 




L360 


26 


2 


Ol 


27 


3 


052 



Compensation 
Schedules 



*8 



Class-Title 

Writ Server $200-225 

Keeper 150-175 

Head Keeper 175-225 

Cook (i 230.50 

Junior Chef (i 251.50 

Senior Attorney, Civil (part time) 237.50 

Physician (part time) 335 

Chauffeur 210 

Farmer 150-175 

Q168.1 Operating Engineer 250 



Section 10. PUBLIC DEFENDER 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 Public Defender (b $666.66 

2 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

3 1 K54 Attorney, Criminal 375 

4 3 K56 Senior Attorney, Criminal 475 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



1392-19 



Section 11. POLICE DEPARTMENT 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 3 Commissioner (b $100 

2 1 Chief of Police (b 625 

3 l Deputy, Chief of Police (b 475 

4 1 Property Clerk (b 325 

5 1 Police Surgeon (part time) (b 225 

6 1 B4 Bookkeeper 175-225 

7 1 Department Secretary (b 425 

8 4 B310 Tabulating Machine Operator 175-210 

9 1 B408 General Clerk- Stenographer (a 230 

10 3 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

11 2 B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

12 B421 Court Reporter (as needed), $12.50 

day plus transcription 

13 11 B454 Telephone Operator 160-200 

14 6 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

15 1 Director of Criminal Information (b 358.33 

16 1 Director of Personnel (b 358.33 

17 1 Director of Special Services (b 275 

18 1 Secretary, Police Commission (Cap- 

tain) (b 325 



Section 11.1. POLICE DEPARTMENT (Continued) 

BUREAU OF INSPECTORS 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

18.1 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

19 8 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

20 1 Captain of Inspectors (b 441.66 

21 95 Inspectors (b 255 

22 21 Q2 Policeman (Assistant Inspector), 1st 

to 3rd year, inclusive (b 200 

4th year (b 210 

5th year (b 215 

6th year (b 220 

7th year (b 225 

23 10 Q2 Policeman, 1st to 3rd year, inclu- 

sive (b 200 

4th year (b 210 

5th year (b 215 

6th year (b 220 

7th year (b 225 

24 3 Q20 Policewoman, 1st to 3rd year, in- 

clusive (b 200 

4th year (b 210 

5th year (b 215 

6th year (b 220 

7th year (b 225 

25 4 Q50 Sergeant (Assistant Inspector) . . (b 245 

26 9 Q60 Lieutenant (b 275 

27 1 Q62 Photographer, Police Dept (b 250 

28 1 Q63 Criminologist (b 325 



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FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



Section 11.2. POLICE DEPARTMENT (Continued) 
UNIFORMED FORCE (and Miscellaneous) 



Item 


No. of 


Class 


No. 


Employees No. 


29 






30 






31 




Q25 


31.1 




Q28 


32 






33 






34 




B33 


35 




D54 


36 




D52 


37 




12 


38 




114 


39 




1204 


40 


10 


J70 


41 


4 


0158 



42 913 



44 



45 
46 



47 
49 



Q2 



42.1 35 Q2 
43 50 Q2 

43.1 10 Q20 



25 Q30 



160 
5 



39 
13 



Q50 
Q50 



Q60 
Q80 



Class-Title 



Compensation 
Schedules 



Supervising Captain (b $358.33 

Captain of Traffic (b 358.33 

Inspector of Motor Vehicles 225-260 

Range Master 225-260 

Inspector of Junior Traffic (b 255 

Inspector of Horses and Equip- 
ment (b 255 

Assistant Department Secretary, 

Police Department 200 

Head Jail Matron 200-230 

Jail Matron 165-200 

Kitchen Helper 110-135 

Junior Chef (i 251.50 

Porter 115-140 

Hostler (i 205 

Motor Boat Operator 200-225 

Policeman, 1st to 3rd year, inclu- 
sive (b 200 

4th year (b 210 

5th year (b 215 

6th year (b 220 

7th year (b 225 

Policeman (I 200 

Policeman (2 wheel motorcycle 
operation) at $15 per month in 
addition to regular salary. . . . (b 

Policewoman, 1st to 3rd year, in- 
clusive (b 200 

4th year (b 210 

5th year (b 215 

6th year (b 220 

7th year (b 225 

Police Patrol Driver, 1st to 3rd 

year, inclusive (b 200 

4th year (b 210 

5th year (b 215 

6th year (b 220 

7th year (b 225 

Sergeant (b 245 

Sergeant (2 wheel motorcycle oper- 
ation) at $15 per month in addi- 
tion to regular salary (b 

Lieutenant (b 275 

Captain (b 325 



Section 11.3. POLICE DEPARTMENT (Continued) 

CITIZENS PROTECTIVE CORPS— AIR RAID WARDEN 
SERVICE 

Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. Class-Title 

51 1 B454 Telephone Operator $160-200 

51.1 2 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 



Compensation 
I Schedules 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 1392-21 

Section 12. FIRE DEPARTMENT 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 3 Commissioner (b $100 

2 *1 Chief Engineer (b 625 

3 1 B6 Senior Bookkeeper 225-275 

4 1 B67 Secretary, Fire Commission 400-500 

5 1 B306 Multigraph Operator 150-190 

6 4 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

7 1 B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

*$25 per month compensation in addition to compensation sched- 
ules to be paid during the existing war between the United States of 
America and the Axis Powers and for six months after the termina- 
tion of said war. 



Section 12.1. FIRE DEPARTMENT (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

8 *973 H2 Fireman, 1st to 3rd year, inclu- 

sive (b $200 

4th year (b 210 

5th year (b 215 

6th year (b 220 

7th year (b 225 

8.1 *72(l H2 Fireman, 1st to 3rd year, inclusive (b 200 

4th year (b 210 

5th year (b 215 

6th year (b 220 

7th year (b 225 

9 *34 H10 Chief's Operator (b 235 

10 *4 H15 Engineer of Fire Engines (b 245 

11 *124 H20 Lieutenant (b 260 

12 *73 H30 Captain (b 275 

13 *26 H40 Battalion Chief (b 375 

14 1 H42 Chief, Division of Fire Prevention 

and Investigation 375-475 

15 1 H44 Supervising Inspector, Bureau of 

Fire Investigation 300-375 

16 *7 H50 Assistant Chief Engineer (b 425 

17 1 HI 52 Inspector of Fire Department 

Apparatus 225-260 

18 1 L360 Physician (part time) 275 

*$25 per month compensation in addition to compensation sched- 
ules to be paid during the existing war between the United States of 
America and the Axis Powers and for six months after the termina- 
tion of said war. 



Section 12.2. FIRE DEPARTMENT (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

19 3 J4 Laborer $ 7.60 day 

20 7 0166.1Junior Operating Engineer 200 

21 5 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

22 2 0172 Chief Operating Engineer 312.50 

23 12 O304 Hydrantman Gateman 175-225 

23.1 1 O308 Assistant Foreman Hydrantman 

Gateman 230-240 

24 1 O310 Foreman Hydrantman Gateman . . 225-250 

25 1 U112 Pipe Caulker 11.20 day 



1392-22 FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



Section 12.3. FIRE DEPARTMENT (Continued) 






Item 


No. of ' Class 


No. 


Employees No. 


26 


*10 H102 


27 


*10 HllO 


28 


*5 H120 



Compensation 
Class-Title Schedules 



Marine Fireman of Fire Boats (b $230 
Marine Engineer of Fire Boats . (b 280 

Pilot of Fire Boat (b 280 

*$25 per month compensation in addition to compensation sched- 
ules to be paid during the existing war between the United States of 
America and the Axis Powers and for six months after the termina- 
tion of said war. 

Section 12.4. FIRE DEPARTMENT (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

29 *35 H202 Fireman, Salvage Corps, 1st to 3rd 

year, inclusive (b $200 

4th year (b 210 

5th year (b 215 

6th year (b 220 

7th year (b 225 

30 *6 H202 Lieutenant, Salvage Corps (b 260 

31 *1 H208 Captain, Salvage Corps (b 275 

*$25 per month compensation in addition to compensation sched- 
ules to be paid during the existing war between the United States of 
America and the Axis Powers and for six months after the termina- 
tion of said war. 

Section 12.5. FIRE DEPARTMENT (Continued) 

CIVILIAN DEFENSE 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

34 *1 H20 Lieutenant (b $260 

35 *1 H30 Captain (b 275 

*$25 per month compensation in addition to compensation sched- 
ules to be paid during the existing war between the United States of 
America and the Axis Powers and for six months after the termina- 
tion of said war. 

Section 13. BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 5 Member of Board, 

$15 per meeting (b 

2 1 B61 Secretary, Board of Permit Appeals $275-325 

Section 14. PARK DEPARTMENT— PERSONAL SERVICES — 
PERMANENT SALARIES— GENERAL DIVISION 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 A161 General Foreman Carpenter ... (i $297.50 

2 2 B4 Bookkeeper 175-225 

3 1 B10 Accountant 275-325 

4 1 B70 Secretary, Park Commission 300-375 

5 1 B103 Cashier C 200-250 

6 2 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

7 2 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

8 1 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

9 3 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

10 4 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

11 14 C102 Janitress 130-155 

12 2 C102 Janitress (part time) 79.50 

13 10 C104 Janitor 140-170 

14 6 C152 Watchman 140-165 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



1392-23 



Section 14 1. PARK DEPARTMENT— PERSONAL SERVICES- 
PERMANENT SALARIES— GENERAL DIVISION 

(Continued) 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

14 1 1 F256 Cartographer and Art Designer. . .$225-280 

15 1 F401d Junior Engineer (Civil, Park) 225-280 

16 1 F406a Assistant Engineer (Architectural) 300-375 

17 1 F406f Assistant Engineer 

(Mechanical, Park) 300-375 

18 1 F410e Engineer (Landscape Design 

and Construction) 375-450 

19 1 J12 Labor Foreman (i 183 

20 1 Ol Chauffeur (I 210 

21 184 058 Gardener 150-175 

21.1 15 058 Gardener (I 150-175 

22 1 059 Insecticide Spray Operator 175-185 

23 24 O60 Sub-Foreman Gardener 175-210 

24 17 O60.1 Foreman Gardener 210-240 

25 1 061 Supervisor of Grounds 250-300 

26 1 O70 Supervisor of Maintenance 300-350 

27 1 074 Supervisor of Arboretum 

and Botanical Research 300-350 

28 2 076 Chief Nurseryman 250-300 

29 1 O80 Nurseryman » 175-210 

30 3 0166.1 Junior Operating Engineer 200 

31 5 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

32 1 0174 Chief Operating Engineer, 

Activated Sludge Plant 275-325 

33 1 O360 Supervisor of Construction, 

Roads and Paths 250-300 

34 1 W2 Superintendent, Park Department (a 650 

35 1 W4 Assistant Superintendent, 

Park Department 350-450 

36 1 J70 Hostler (g 170 

Section 14a. PARK DEPARTMENT— PERMANENT SERVICES- 
PERMANENT SALARIES— ZOO DIVISION 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 C102 Janitress $130-155 

2 4 C104 Janitor 140-170 

3 1 C107 Working Foreman Janitor 170-200 

4 3 058 Gardener 150-175 

5 1 0166.1 Junior Operating Engineer 200 

6 24 W206 Animal Keeper 150-185 

7 1 W208 Assistant Head Animal Keeper 185-210 

8 1 W210 Head Animal Keeper 210-260 

9 1 W212 Director of the Zoo 350 

Section 14b. PARK DEPARTMENT— PERSONAL SERVICES- 
REVENUE DIVISION— COMMISSARY UNITS 

EMPLOYMENTS PREDICATED ON REVENUE MONEYS.— The 
following positions are in the Revenue Division and predicated on 
receipts from said divisions. The employments are not established as 
continuing positions but "as needed" when services are required and 
funds from receipts are available. 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist $160-200 

2 2 C104 Janitor 140-170 

3 1 C152 Watchman 140-165 

4 2 J70 Hostler (i 205 

5 1 R24 Supervisor of Restaurants 

and Playgrounds 250-300 

6 3 R130 Foreman, Recreational Activities . 165-190 



1392-24 FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 

Section 14c. PARK DEPARTMENT— PERSONAL SERVICES- 
PERMANENT SALARIES— REVENUE DIVI- 
SION—RECREATIONAL UNITS 

EMPLOYMENTS PREDICATED ON REVENUE MONEYS.— The 
following positions are in the Revenue Division and predicated on 
receipts from said divisions. The employments are not established as 
continuing positions but "as needed" when services are required and 
funds from receipts are available. 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 9 C104 Janitor $140-170 

2 4 C152 Watchman 140-165 

3 1 C160 Harbormaster 165-200 

4 1 1 52 Counter Attendant (i 154 

5 27 058 Gardener 150-175 

5.1 5 058 Gardener (Z 150-175 

6 3 O60.1 Foreman Gardener 210-240 

7 1 0166.1 Junior Operating Engineer 200 

8 1 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

9 2 R20 Assistant Director, 

Recreational Activities 275-350 

10 1 R22 Director, Recreational Activities . . 400-500 
10.1 1 R108 Head Life Guard 165-200 

11 2 Rill Life Guard- Watchman Rate for job 

12 6 R132 Starter, Park Department 165-190 

13 1 W18 Supervisor of Golf Course 

Maintenance 275-325 

Section 14d. PARK DEPARTMENT— PERSONAL SERVICES- 
PERMANENT SALARIES— PART TIME— REVE- 
NUE DIVISION— RECREATIONAL UNITS 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B222 General Clerk (as needed) $160-200 

2 2 058 Gardeners (as needed) 150-175 

3 1 R112 Matron, Swimming Pool 

(as needed) 6.00 day 

4.1 1 C102 Janitress (as needed) 130-155 

INTERDEPARTMENTAL 
These positions are paid from appropriations for temporary or 
interdepartmental service. The employments are not established 
as continuing positions but "as needed" when services are required 
and funds provided. 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

4 12 058 Gardener $150-175 

5 1 O60 Sub-Foreman Gardener 175-210 

6 1 O60.1 Foreman Gardener 210-240 

Section 15. PARK DEPARTMENT (Personal Services, Wages) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 4 A154 Carpenter $ 12.00 day 

2 1 A204 Cement Finisher 12.00 day 

3 4 A354 Painter 12.00 day 

4 1 A392 Plasterer 14.00 day 

5 2 A404 Plumber 13.60 day 

6 1 A456 Sheet Metal Worker 12.00 day 

7 1 A651 Ornamental Iron Worker 11.00 day 

8 1 B210 Office Assistant (a 7.00 day 

8.1 1 E108 Electrician 13.60 day 

9 6 12 Kitchen Helper 110-135 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



1392-25 



Section 15. 


Item 


No. of 


No. Employees 


10 


3 


11 


3 


12 


5 


12.1 


13 


13 


27 


14 


1 


15 


1 


16 


1 


17 


13 


17.1 


7 


18 


1 


19 


1 


20 


6 


22 


3 


23 


1 


23.1 


1 


24 




25 




26 




27 


6 


28 





PARK DEPARTMENT (Personal Services, 
Wages (Continued) 

Class Compensation 

No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 11 Griddle Cook $ 7.73 day 

1 12 Cook 9.00 day 

I 52 Counter Attendant (i 154 

1 52 Counter Attendant 6.00 day 

J4 Laborer 7.60 day 

J 64 Mower Maintenance Man 10.40 day 

J152 Trackman 7.60 day 

L360 Physician (part time) 2.50 per call 

Ol Chauffeur 8.00 

Ol Chauffeur 9.15 day 

Ol Chauffeur, Tractors 13.00 day 

Ol Chauffeur, Trax-cavator 14.00 day 

Ol Chauffeur, Power Mower Tractor. 8.40 day 

057 Tree Topper 8.10 day 

Oil 6 Teamster— Two Horse Vehicle 8.10 day 

0152 Engineer of Hoisting and 

Portable Engines 13.00 day 

R54 Athletic Attendant (part time) 

as needed .75 hr. 

R56 Playground Director (part time) 

as needed 1.00 hr. 

R110 Life Guard 7.06 day 

W106 Rides Attendant 150-175 

W108 Rides Attendant Helper .50 hr. 



Section 16. RECREATION DEPARTMENT 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 3 A154 Carpenter $ 12.00 day 

2 1 A160 Foreman Carpenter 13.00 day 

3 2 A354 Painter 12.00 day 

4 1 B4 Bookkeeper 175-225 

5 1 B6 Senior Bookkeeper 225-275 

6 1 B32 Business Manager, Recreation Dept. 325-400 

7 1 B210 Office Assistant 125-150 

8 2 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

9 2 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

10 7 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

11 3 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

12 1 F102c Draftsman (Civil) 225-280 

13 1 F104c Senior Draftsman 

(Civil, Recreation) 280-325 



Section 16.1. RECREATION DEPARTMENT (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title * Schedules 

15 4 C104 Janitor $140-170 

16 1 1 154 Laundress 115-140 

17 8 J4 Laborer (h 178 

18 1 J12 Labor Foreman (h 201.50 

19 2 Ol Chauffeur (h 187.50 

20 *1 Ol Chauffeur (h 214.50 

21 2 Ol Chauffeur, Power Mower 

Tractors (h 197 

22 4 054b Foreman, Building and Grounds.. 175-225 

23 60 058 Gardener 150-175 

24 1 061 Supervisor of Grounds 250-300 

25 1 O80 Nurseryman 175-210 

♦Funds provided for eight months only. 



1392-26 FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 

Section 16.2. RECREATION DEPARTMENT (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

26 1 R2 Secretary, Recreation Commission $225-280 

27 1 R3 Assistant Superintendent, 

Recreation Department 300-350 

28 1 R4 Superintendent, Recreation Dept. . 475-575 
28.1 R52 Locker Room Aid (part time) 

as needed .50 hr. 

29 25 R56 Playground Director (part time) . . 79.50 

30 43 R56 Playground Director 165-200 

31 R56 Playground Director (part time) 

as needed 1.00 hr. 

32 9 R58 Director-at-Large, Recreation Dept. 200-250 

33 2 R105 Supervisor of Athletics 250-300 

34 1 R106a Supervisor of Activities 

(Dramatics) 200-250 

34.1 1 R106c Supervisor of Activities (Music) . . 200-250 

34.2 1 R106d Supervisor of Activities 

(Swimming) 200-250 

35 *2 R112 Matron, Swimming Pool (ai 163.50 

36 *2 R114 Swimming Instructor 165-200 

37 1 R114 Swimming Instructor 165-200 

38 Pianist (part time) as needed 2.50 per call 

39 R112 Matron, Swimming Pool 

(part time) as needed .75 hr. 

40 R114 Swimming Instructor 

(part time) as needed 1.00 hr. 

41 1 R118 Curator, Children's Museum 200-250 

*Funds provided for seven months only. 



Section 16.3. RECREATION DEPARTMENT 

"TEEN-AGE" CENTERS 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

42 12 R56 Playground Director $165-200 

42.1 R56 Playground Director (part time) 

as needed 1.00 hr. 

43 6 C104 Janitor 140-170 



Section 16.4. RECREATION DEPARTMENT 

HUNTERS POINT 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

43.1 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

44 24 R56 Playground Director 165-200 

44.1 R56 Playground Director (part time) 

as needed 1.00 hr. 

45 4 C104 Janitor 140-170 



Section 16.5. RECREATION DEPARTMENT 

SCHOOL CENTERS 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

46 8 R56 Playground Director (part time)..$ 79.50 

46.1 R56 Playground Director (part time) 

as needed 1.00 hr. 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



1392-27 



Section 16a. RECREATION DEPARTMENT 

CAMP MATHER 

Seasonal employment, as needed. All maintenance provided shall 
be charged for and deduction made from salaries in accordance with 
schedule of deductions fixed in Section 2.8 of this ordinance specified 
herein. 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

47 A154 Carpenter $ 12.00 day 

47.1 A354 Painter 12.00 day 

48 1 B4 Bookkeeper 175-225 

51 1 058 Gardener 150-175 

52 *1 R102 Camp Manager 200-250 

52.1 fl R102 Camp Manager (a 260 

53 Team Hire for Camp, at rates speci- 

fied in Purchaser's contract. 

♦Funds provided for eight months only. 
fFunds provided for four months only. 



Section 17. PUBLIC LIBRARY 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 X2 City Librarian $550 

2 1 A154 Carpenter 12.00 day 

3 1 B72 Secretary, Library Department... 275-350 

4 10 B210 Office Assistant 125-150 

5 2 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

6 1 B222 General Clerk (part time) 79.50 

7 1 B423 Assistant to City Librarian 225-275 

8 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

9 1 B516 Senior Clerk-Typist 200-250 

10 1 C52 Elevator Operator 140-165 

11 1 C52 Elevator Operator (part time) 75 

13 1 C102 Janitress 130-155 

14 13 C102 Janitress or C104 Janitor 

(part time) 79.50 

14.1 8 C102 Janitress or C104 Janitor 

(part time) 39.75 

15 5 C104 Janitor 140-170 

16 1 C107 Working Foreman Janitor 170-200 

17 2 C152 Watchman 140-165 

18 5 J54 Book Repairer 120-145 

19 1 J56 Sub-Foreman Book Repairer 150-175 

20 1 Ol Chauffeur (h 187.50 

21 1 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

Section 17.1. PUBLIC LIBRARY (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

22 2 X12 Chief Librarian $275-325 

23 20 X20 Head Librarian 235-275 

24 1 X32 Reference Librarian 250-300 

25 29 X40 Senior Librarian 200-235 

26 16 X42 Librarian 160-200 

27 1 X44 Station Keeper (part time) 79.50 



28 
29 



TEMPORARY SERVICES 

X42 Librarian (part time) as needed . . .95 hr. 

X52 Library Page (part time) as needed .50 hr. 



1392-28 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



Section 18. WAR MEMORIAL 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B59 Secretary, Board of Trustees, 

War Memorial $275-325 

2 1 B96 Managing Director, War Memorial 500-600 

3 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

4 2 C52 Elevator Operator 140-165 

5 19 C104 Janitor 140-170 

6 1 C108 Foreman Janitor 175-210 

7 5 C152 Watchman 140-165 

8 1 C202 Window Cleaner 175-200 

9 1 E108 Electrician (i 348.50 

10 1 E109 Stage Electrician 15.00 day 

11 1 E130 Elevator Mechanic (i 359.50 

12 2 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

13 1 0172 Chief Operating Engineer 312.50 

14 1 A165 Stage Carpenter 15.00 day 

15 1 C252 Opera House Attendant (part time) 

as needed .75 hr. 

AS NEEDED 

16 1 A170 Stage Property Man 15.00 day 

17 1 A354 Painter 12.00 day 



Section 18.1. ART MUSEUM 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 



Class-Title 



Compensation 
Schedules 



19 
20 



C52 
C104 



Elevator Operator $140-165 

Janitor 140-170 



Section 19. ART COMMISSION 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 



Class-Title 



B57 
B408 



Secretary, Art Commission 

General Clerk-Stenographer 

(part time) 



Compensation 
Schedules 



$275-325 
79.50 



Section 20. CALIFORNIA PALACE OF THE LEGION 
OF HONOR 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B302 Addressing Machine Operator $150-190 

2 1 B425 Assistant to Director, California 

Palace of the Legion of Honor . . 200-250 

3 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

4 1 C104 Janitor 140-170 

5 1 C107 Working Foreman Janitor 170-200 

5.1 2 C152 Watchman 140-165 

6 8 C180 Gallery Attendant 140-165 

7 1 0166.1 Junior Operating Engineer 200 

8 1 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



1392-29 



Section 20.1. CALIFORNIA PALACE OF THE LEGION 
OF HONOR (Continued) 

Compensation 
Class-Title Schedules 

Director, California Palace of the 

Legion of Honor $500-600 

Organist (part time) as needed . . . 25.00 day 

Curator A 300-350 

Curator B 250-300 

Curator C 200-250 

Registrar 200-225 

Chief Installer 200-225 

Senior Museum Technician 175-200 

Museum Technician 150-175 



Item 


No. of 


Class 


No. 


Employees No. 


9 




Y4 


10 




Y6 


11 




Y8 


12 




Y10 


13 




Y12 


14 




Y30 


15 




Y42 


16 




Y44 


17 




Y46 



Section 21. M. H. de YOUNG MEMORIAL MUSEUM 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 A180 Cabinet Maker (h $281 

2 1 B71 Secretary, Board of Trustees, M. H. 

de Young Memorial Museum and 
California Palace of Legion of 
Honor 300-375 

3 1 B408 General Clerk- Stenographer 160-200 

4 1 B424 Assistant to Director, M. H. 

de Young Memorial Museum . . . 200-250 
4.1 1 B454 Telephone Operator (part time) . . 79.50 

5 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

6 1 C102 Janitress 130-155 

7 1 C103 Checkroom Attendant 130-155 

8 2 C104 Janitor 140-170 

9 15 C180 Gallery Attendant 140-165 

10 2 C182 Assistant Head Gallery Attendant. 165-175 

11 1 C184 Head Gallery Attendant 175-200 

12 1 0166.1Junior Operating Engineer 200 

13 1 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 



Section 21.1. M. H. de YOUNG MEMORIAL MUSEUM 

(Continued) 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

14 1 Y2 Director, M. H. de Young Memorial 

Museum $650-750 

15 2 Y10 Curator B ....250-300 

15.1 1 Y10 Curator B (part time) 245 

16 1 Y12 Curator C 200-250 

17 1 Y20 Administrative Assistant, M. H. 

de Young Memorial Museum. . . 275-325 

18 1 Y30 Registrar 200-225 



Section 21.2. M. H. de YOUNG MEMORIAL MUSEUM 

(Continued) 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

19 1 Y42 Chief Installer $200-225 

20 1 Y43 Chief Repairer and Packer 200-225 

22 3 Y46 Museum Technician 150-175 

23 1 Y48 Publicity Clerk 160-200 



1392-30 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



Section 22. STEINHART AQUARIUM 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 

(part time) $ 64.00 

2 1 B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 

(part time) 67.00 

3 1 C101 Dressing Room Maid (part time) 

as needed .75 hr. 

4 1 C104 Janitor 140-170 

5 1 C180 Gallery Attendant (part time) 56.00 

6 3 166.1 Junior Operating Engineer 200 

7 1 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

8 2 W150 Aquarium Attendant 150-185 

9 1 W152 Aquatic Collector 185-210 

10 1 X40 Senior Librarian (part time) 50 

11 1 Y42 Chief Installer 200-225 

12 1 Y100 Director, Steinhart Aquarium 

(part time) 250 

13 1 Y102 Curator of Fishes (part time) 150 

14 1 Y104 Curator of Aquatic Biology 300-350 

15 2 Y106 Aquatic Biologist's Assistant 185-225 

Section 23. MUNICIPAL COURT 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 12 Judges (b $708.33 

2 1 B85 Jury Commissioner, Municipal 

Court (b 450 

3 2 B68 Chief Clerk 300-375 

4 1 B105 Cashier B 275-325 

5 14 B152 Court Room Clerk 250-275 

6 5 B160 Law Clerk 200-250 

7 5 B164 Senior Law Clerk 250-300 

8 1 Clerk of the Municipal Court. . .. (b 500 

Section 23.1. MUNICIPAL COURT (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

9 22 B222 General Clerk $160-200 

10 1 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

11 1 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

12 6 B421 Court Reporter, $12.50 per day plus 

transcriptions. 

13 16 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 



Section 24. SUPERIOR COURT 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 18 Judges (d $500 

2 1 Secretary- Jury Commissioner. .. (c 600 

3 1 • Assistant Secretary- 

Jury Commissioner (c 300 

4 2 Assistant Secretary- 

Jury Commissioner (c 275 

5 1 B87 Secretary-Attendant Grand Jury . . 400 

6 7 B252 Court Interpreter (part time) 175 

7 2 B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

8 4 B454 Telephone Operator 160-200 

9 1 B516 Senior Clerk-Typist 200-250 

10 5 B421 Court Reporter, $12.50 per day plus 

transcriptions. 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 1392-31 

Section 25. LAW LIBRARY 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 Assistant Law Librarian (e $300 

2 1 Law Librarian (e 525 

3 1 Bookbinder (e 250 

Section 26. JUVENILE COURT (Probation Office) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 2 B4 Bookkeeper $175-225 

2 1 B6 Senior Bookkeeper 225-275 

3 1 B35 Administrative Assistant, 

Juvenile Court 300-375 

4 1 B210 Office Assistant 125-150 

5 1 B239 Statistician 225-275 

6 11 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

7 1 B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

8 1 B454 Telephone Operator 160-200 

9 8 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

9.1 1 B516 Senior Clerk-Typist 200-250 

10 1 L364 Physician, Specialist (part time) . . 250 

11 2 L404 Psychologist 175-200 

12 1 L406 Senior Psychologist 200-250 

13 37 T56 Probation Officer 190-240 

13.1 2 T57 Psychiatric Social Service Worker 190-240 

14 5 T60 Senior Probation Officer 240-290 

15 1 Referee (part time) (c 350 

16 1 T72 Chief Juvenile Probation Officer . 350-450 

17 B421 Court Reporter (as needed), $12.50 

per day plus transcriptions. 

Section 27. JUVENILE COURT (Detention Home) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 2 C104 Janitor $140-170 

2 1 C107 Working Foreman Janitor 170-200 

3 1 12 Kitchen Helper 110-135 

3.1 1 1 10 Cook's Assistant (i 179.50 

4 1 1 12 Cook (i 230.50 

5 3 P102 Registered Nurse 150-175 

6 2 R56 Playground Director (part time) 

as needed 1.00 hr. 

7 18 T2 Attendant, Juvenile Detention 

Home 150-175 

8 1 T12 Superintendent, Juvenile 

Detention Home 250-325 

8.1 1 T13 Assistant Superintendent, Juvenile 

Detention Home 200-250 

Section 27a. JUVENILE COURT (Boys' Ranch School) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 1 10 Cook's Assistant (i $179.50 

2 1 1 12 Cook (i 230.50 

3 1 T20 Director of the Boys' Ranch School 250-325 

4 2 T22 Assistant Director of Boys' Ranch 

School 200-250 

5 1 T24 Agricultural Instructor 175-200 

6 2 T26 Ranch School Maintenance Man .. . 175-200 

7 1 T33 Group Supervisor, Boys' Ranch 

School 175-200 



1392-32 FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 

Section 27b. JUVENILE COURT 

(Laguna Honda Children's Home) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 1 12 Cook (i $230.50 

2 1 P102 Registered Nurse 150-175 

3 1 T30 Director of Girls' School 250-325 

4 3 T32 Group Supervisor, Girls' School . . . 175-200 

5 1 R56 Playground Director (part time) 

as needed 1.00 hr. 

Section 28. ADULT PROBATION DEPARTMENT 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B4 Bookkeeper $175-225 

2 4 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

3 9 T56 Probation Officer 190-240 

4 1 T60 Senior Probation Officer 240-290 

5 1 T70 Chief Adult Probation Officer 350-450 

Section 29. CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 Chief Administrative Officer. . . (b $1,000 

2 1 B4 Bookkeeper 175-225 

2.1 1 B80 Principal Assistant to Chief Admin- 
istrative Officer (I 500-625 

3 1 B210 Office Assistant (part time) 79.50 

4 1 B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

5 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

6 1 G31 Administrative Technician 225-275 

Section 29.3. CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER— 

CITIZENS' PROTECTIVE CORPS (Continued) 
SAN FRANCISCO VICTORY GARDEN ADVISORY COUNCIL 
AND HOME FOOD PRODUCTION 
Item No. of Class Compensation 
No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

4 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

Section 29.4. CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER— 

CITIZENS' PROTECTIVE CORPS (Continued) 

SALVAGE FOR VICTORY 
Item No. of Class Compensation 
No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

6 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

Section 29.5. CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER— 

CITIZENS' PROTECTIVE CORPS (Continued) 

HOSPITALITY HOUSE 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

8 1 B236.2 Supervisor of Activities, Hospitality 

House $250 

9 3 B602 Receptionist (part time) 135 

10 2 C103 Checkroom Attendant (part time) . 117 

11 4 C104 Janitor 140-170 

Section 29.6. CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER- 
CITIZENS' PROTECTIVE CORPS (Continued) 

DORMITORIES FOR SERVICE MEN 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

15 5 C104 Janitor $140-170 

16 2 B229 Dormitory Clerk 200 

17 1 B236 Manager, Dormitories 250 

18 4 1 204 Porter 115-140 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



1392-33 



CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER— 

CITIZENS' PROTECTIVE CORPS (Continued) 



Section 29.7. 
SAN FRANCISCO COUNCIL FOR VETERANS' SERVIC 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 

20 1 B408 



Compensation 
Class-Title Schedules 

General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 



Section 30. 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND RECORDS- 
DIRECTOR 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 

1 1 B95 

2 1 B408 



Compensation 
Class-Title Schedules 

Director of Finance and Records . . $500-625 
General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 



Section 31. 



Item 
No. 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND RECORDS- 
TAX COLLECTOR 



No. of Class 



Emp 



22 



oyees No. 

B89 

B93 

B102 

B105 

B108 

B222 

B228 

B234 

B408 

B412 

G153 

G154 



Class-Title 



Compensation 
Schedules 



Director, Bureau of Licenses $300-375 

Tax Collector (a 666.66 

Teller 200-250 

Cashier B 275-325 

Cashier A 325-400 

General Clerk 160-200 

Senior Clerk 200-250 

Head Clerk 250-300 

General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

Adjuster, Tax Collector's Office 200-250 

Senior Inspector of Licenses 260-325 



Section 31.1. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND RECORDS- 
TAX COLLECTOR (Continued) 

BUREAU OF DELINQUENT REVENUE COLLECTIONS 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

13 1 B91 Director, Bureau of Delinquent 

Revenue $300-375 

14 5 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

14.1 1 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

15 2 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

16 1 K4 Attorney, Civil 375 



Section 32. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND RECORDS- 
REGISTRAR OF VOTERS 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B66 Registrar of Voters $500 

2 2 B68 Chief Clerk 300-375 

3 1 B164 Senior Law Clerk 250-300 

3.1 3 B222 General Clerk (a 225 

4 5 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

5 1 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

6 1 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

7 1 B304 Senior Addressing Machine 

Operator 190-225 

8 4 B305 Voting Machine Adjuster 175-200 

9 1 B355 Custodian of Voting Machines 250-300 

10 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

11 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 



1392-34 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



Section 33. 



Item 


No. of 


No. 


Employees 


1 


1 


2 


1 


3 


1 


4 


1 


4.1 


2 


5 


4 


6 


1 


7 


2 


8 


23 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND RECORDS- 
RECORDER 

Class Compensation 

No. Class-Title Schedules 

B68 Chief Clerk .... $300-375 

B81 Recorder 500 

B103 Cashier C 200-250 

B105 Cashier B 275-325 

B222 General Clerk (k 199 

B222 General Clerk 160-200 

B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 



Section 34. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND RECORDS- 
COUNTY CLERK 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Emnloyees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B68 Chief Clerk $300-375 

2 1 B105 Cashier B 275-325 

3 22 B152 Court Room Clerk 250-275 

4 9 B160 Law Clerk 200-250 

5 7 B164 Senior Law Clerk 250-300 

6 1 B169 County Clerk 500 

7 7 B222 General Clerk .160-200 

7.1 1 B327 Photostat Operator (k 199 

8 1 B327 Photostat Operator 160-200 

10 3 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 



Section 35. 



Item 
No. 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND RECORDS- 
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR 



No. 
Emp: 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

7.1 

8 

9 



of Class 
oyees No. 

B4 

B6 

B173 

B222 

B234 

B408 

B412 

K4 

K4 

K6 



Class-Title 



Compensation 
Schedules 



Bookkeeper $175-225 

Senior Bookkeeper 225-275 

Public Administrator (a 666.66 

General Clerk 160-200 

Head Clerk 250-300 

General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

Attorney, Civil (part time) 314.50 

Attorney, Civil (part time) 350 

Senior Attorney, Civil (b 666.66 



Section 36. PURCHASING DEPARTMENT- 
GENERAL OFFICE 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 3 B222 General Clerk $160-200 

2 1 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

3 3 B352 Storekeeper 160-200 

3.1 1 B354 General Storekeeper (a 280 

4 3 B354 General Storekeeper 200-250 

5 1 B360 Printing and Stationery Buyer 275-325 

6 4 B366 Assistant Purchaser of Supplies 275-325 

6.1 1 B366 Assistant Purchaser of Supplies. . (I 275-325 

7 1 B368 Chief Assistant Purchaser of 

Supplies 350-425 

8 1 B374 Purchaser of Supplies 750 

9 1 B382 Supervisor of Equipment and 

Supplies 200-250 

10 13 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

11 3 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 1392-35 

Section 36.1. PURCHASING DEPARTMENT- 
INTERDEPARTMENTAL 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

12 6 B352 Storekeeper $160-200 

12.1 4 B354 General Storekeeper 200-250 

13 1 B366 Assistant Purchaser of Supplies . . . 275-325 

14 1 B368 Chief Assistant Purchaser of 

Supplies '. . . 350-425 

15 2 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

Section 37. PURCHASING DEPARTMENT- 
CENTRAL SHOPS No. 1 and No. 2 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

14 1 B4 Bookkeeper $175-225 

15 1 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

16 1 B354 General Storekeeper 200-250 

17 2 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

18 6 J 66 Garageman (i 205- 

Section 37.1. PURCHASING DEPARTMENT— CENTRAL SHOPS 

No. 1 and No. 2 (Continued) 

The following positions are in interdepartmental service. The em- 
ployments are not established as continuing positions but "as needed" 
when services are required and funds are provided: 

Compensation 
Class-Title Schedules 

Patternmaker $ 13.60 day 

Car and Auto Painter 12.00 day 

Batteryman-Electrician 13.60 day 

Garageman (i 205 

General Foreman Machinist . . . . (i 336 
General Superintendent of Shops . . 450-550 

Auto Machinist 11.12 day 

Auto Fender and Body Worker. . . . 12.00 day 

Blacksmith Finisher 9.80 day 

Blacksmith 11.40 day 

Boilermaker's Helper 8.50 day 

Boilermaker 10.72 day 

Machinist's Helper 8.40 day 

Machinist 11.12 day 

Chauffeur 8.00 day 

Leatherworker 11.12 day 

Engineer of Hoisting and Portable 

Engines 13.00 day 

Section 37.2. PURCHASING DEPARTMENT- 
CENTRAL WAREHOUSE 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

37 1 B234 Head Clerk $250-300 

38 1 B354 General Storekeeper 200-250 

39 1 B358 Assistant Stationery Buyer 225-275 

40 1 J 12 Labor Foreman (h 201.50 

Section 37.3. PURCHASING DEPARTMENT- 
REPRODUCTION BUREAU 

INTERDEPARTMENTAL 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

41 2 B325 Blueprinter $160-200 

42 1 B327 Photostat Operator 160-200 

43 1 B332 Supervisor, Reproduction Bureau . . 250-300 



Item 


No. of 


Class 


No. 


Employees No. 


19 


2 


A156 


20 


5 


A364 


22 


1 


E104 


23.1 


15 


J 66 


24 


1 


M2 


25 


1 


M8 


26 


32 


M54 


27 


1 


M60 


28 


4 


M107 


29 


4 


M108 


30 


1 


M154 


31 


1 


M156 


32 


1 


M252 


33 


7 


M254 


34 


1 


Ol 


35 


1 


O108 


36 


1 


Q152 



1392-36 FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 

Section 37.4. PURCHASING DEPARTMENT- 
TABULATING BUREAU 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

44 1 B310 Tabulating Machine Operator $175-210 

45 1 B310.2 Supervisor, Tabulating Bureau 275-325 

Section 37.5. . PURCHASING DEPARTMENT- 
TABULATING BUREAU (Continued) 

INTERDEPARTMENTAL 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

46 5 B309a Key Punch Operator 

(Alphabetical) $150-175 

47 6 B310 Tabulating Machine Operator 175-210 

Section 37.6. PURCHASING DEPARTMENT— WAGES 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

48 3 J 4 Laborer $ 7.60 day 

Section 38. REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

1.1 1 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

2 1 G204 Assistant Director of Property 400-500 

3 1 G206 Director of Property 650-750 

INTERDEPARTMENTAL 

The following positions are in interdepartmental service. The em- 
ployments are not established as continuing positions but "as needed' 
when services are required and funds provided: 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

4 2 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

6 1 F102c Draftsman (Civil) 225-280 

7 3 G202 Division Right of Way Agent 300-350 

8 Real Estate and Improvement Ap- 

praisers at rates fixed by special 
appropriation. 

Section 39. REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT- 
EXPOSITION AUDITORIUM 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 A154 Carpenter (h $281 

1.1 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

2 1 C2 Assistant Superintendent of 

Auditorium 225-280 

3 1 C4 Superintendent of Auditorium 325-400 

3.1 1 C52 Elevator Operator (I 140-165 

4 5 C104 Janitor 140-170 

5 3 C152 Watchman 140-165 

6 1 E108 Electrician (h 318.50 

8 1 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

(PART TIME) AS NEEDED 

9 A154 Carpenter $ 12.00 da] 

10 1 A354 Painter 12.00 da: 

11 C101 Dressing Room Maid (part time) 

as needed .75 hr. 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



1392-37 



Section 40. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- 
GENERAL OFFICE 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 Director of Public Works (b $666.66 

2 1 B95.1 Assistant Director of Public Works 450-560 

3 1 B210 Office Assistant 125-150 

3.1 1 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

4 1 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

5 4 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

6 4 B454 Telephone Operator 160-200 

7 1 B454 Telephone Operator (part time) . . . 79.50 

8 1 B458 Chief Telephone Operator 200-250 

8.1 1 L360 Physician (part time) 250 

Section 41. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- 
BUREAU OF ACCOUNTS 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B4 Bookkeeper (a $250 

2 1 B34 Supervisor, Bureau of Accounts, De- 

partment of Public Works 375-450 

3 5 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

4 3 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

4.1 1 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

5 2 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

6 1 B454 Telephone Operator 160-200 

7 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

INTERDEPARTMENTAL 

8 1 B4 Bookkeeper 175-225 

9 5 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

9.1 1 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

10 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

11 3 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 



Section 42. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- 
BUREAU OF BUILDING REPAIR 



Item No. of Class 



No. 
1 



Emp! 



oyees No. 
A8 



A10 



3 




A161 


3.1 




A208 


4 




A358 


5 




A408 


6 




A460 


7 




A506 


8 




Elll 


9 




C52 


9.1 




C52 


11 




C102 


12 




C102 


13 


62 


C104 


14 


2 


C107 


15 


3 


C108 


16 


1 


C110 


17 


2 


C152 



Compensation 
Class-Title Schedules 

Assistant Superintendent of Main- 
tenance and Repair of Public 
Buildings $400-450 

Superintendent of Maintenance and 

Repair of Public Buildings 450-550 

General Foreman Carpenter . . . (h 328 

General Foreman Cement 

Finisher (h 328 

General Foreman Painter (h 328 



. (h 365.50 

. (h 328 
. (h 365.50 
. (h 365.50 



General Foreman Plumber 
General Foreman Sheet Metal 

Worker 

General Foreman Steamfitter 
General Foreman Electrician 

Elevator Operator . 140-165 

Elevator Operator (k 164 

Janitress 130-155 

Janitress (part time) 79.50 

Janitor 140-170 

Working Foreman Janitor 170-200 

Foreman Janitor 175-210 

Supervisor of Janitors 225-280 

Watchman 140-165 



1392-38 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



Section 42. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- 
BUREAU OF BUILDING REPAIR (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

17.1 1 C152 Watchman (k 164 

19 6 C202 Window Cleaner 175-200 

20 1 C204 Sub-Foreman Window Cleaner 200-210 

21 5 0166.1 Junior Operating Engineer 200 

22 7 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

23 2 0172 Chief Operating Engineer 312.50 



Section 43. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- 
BUREAU OF BUILDING REPAIR (Continued) 

Employments as required on miscellaneous repair of public build- 
ings, including schools, as provided in Section 95 of the Charter. Num- 
ber of employments is enumerated wherever the employee has attained 
permanent civil service tenure in this department. The employments 
are not established as continuing positions but "as needed" when the 
services are required and the funds are provided. 

INTERDEPARTMENTAL 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 A52 Hodcarrier $ 12.00 day 

2 A56 Bricklayer 15.00 day 

3 1 A62 Tile Setter 12.00 day 

4 20 A154 Carpenter 12.00 day 

5 2 A160 Foreman Carpenter 13.00 day 

6 7 A202 Cement Finisher's Helper . 11.00 day 

7 5 A204 Cement Finisher 12.00 day 

9 3 A252 Glazier 11.20 day 

10 1 A254 Foreman Glazier 12.20 day 

11 2 A302 Locksmith 12.00 day 

11.1 1 A302 Locksmith (h 281 

12 30 A354 Painter 12.00 day 

13 4 A357 Foreman Painter 13.00 day 

14 2 A392 Plasterer 14.00 day 

15 26 A404 Plumber 13.60 day 

16 13 A456 Sheet Metal Worker 12.00 day 

17 10 A504 Steamfitter 13.60 day 

18 1 C152 Watchman 140-165 

19 15 E108 Electrician 13.60 day 

19.1 1 E108 Electrician (h 318.50 

20 2 J 4 Laborer 7.60 day 

21 Teams and trucks at rates estab- 

lished by purchaser's contract. 



Section 44. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- 
BUREAU OF BUILDING INSPECTION 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 10 A106 Building Inspector $260-325 

2 2 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

3 1 F410c Engineer (Civil, Public Works) 375-450 

4 1 F560 Superintendent, Bureau of Build- 

ing Inspection 500-600 

5 1 M158 Boiler Inspector 260-325 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 1392-39 

Section 45. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- 
BUREAU OF ENGINEERING 

Item No. of Class Compensation 
No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B222 General Clerk $160-200 

2 1 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

3 1 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

4 2 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

5 2 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

6 1 F4 Assistant City Engineer 500-600 

7 1 F10 City Engineer (a 833.33 

8 1 F100 Junior Draftsman 180-225 

9 1 F102b Draftsman (Structural) 225-280 

9.1 3 F102c Draftsman (Civil) 225-280 

10 4 F104a Senior Draftsman (Civil, 

Public Works) 280-325 

12 4 F202 Inspector, Public Works Construc- 
tion 200-250 

14 1 F256 Cartographer and Art Designer 225-280 

14.1 9 F401c Junior Engineer (Civil, 

Public Works) 225-280 

15 9 F406b Assistant Engineer (Civil, 

Public Works) 300-375 

15.1 1 F406e Assistant Engineer (Mechanical, 

Public Works) 300-375 

16 6 F410c Engineer (Civil, Public Works) ... 375-450 

17 1 F412a Senior Engineer (Civil, 

Public Works) 450-575 

18 6 F604 Surveyor's Field Assistant 200-250 

19 3 F610 Chief of Party 275-325 

20 1 LI 14 Engineering Chemist 250-300 

Section 46. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- 
BUREAU OF ENGINEERING (Continued) 

INTERDEPARTMENTAL 

EMPLOYMENTS PREDICATED ON REVENUE AND 
BOND ISSUE MONEYS 

The following positions are in interdepartmental service and predi- 
cated on bond issues. The employments are not established as con- 
tinuing positions but "as needed" when services are required and 
funds are provided. 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

21 1 B228 Senior Clerk $200-250 

22 4 ' B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

23 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

24 7 F100 Junior Draftsman 180-225 

25 23 F102c Draftsman (Civil) 225-280 

25.1 4 F102b Draftsman (Structural) 225-280 

25.2 5 F102e Draftsman (Electrical) 225-280 

25.3 5 F102f Draftsman (Mechanical) 225-280 

25.4 2 F102a Draftsman (Architectural) 225-280 

26 25 F104a Senior Draftsman (Civil, Public 

Works) 280-325 

26.1 2 F104d Senior Draftsman (Electrical) 280-325 

26.2 2 F104e Senior Draftsman (Mechanical) . . . 280-325 
27.1 1 F108 Architect 350-435 

28 27 F401c Junior Engineer (Civil, Public 

Works) 225-280 

29 1 F356 Electrical Engineering Inspector .. . 260-325 



1392-40 FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 

Section 46. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- 
BUREAU OF ENGINEERING (Continued) 

INTERDEPARTMENTAL (Continued) 

EMPLOYMENTS PREDICATED ON REVENUE AND 
BOND ISSUE MONEYS (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Clas3-Title Schedules 

30 27 F406b Assistant Engineer (Civil, Public 

Works) $300-375 

30.1 5 F406d Assistant Engineer (Electrical, 

Public Works) 300-375 

30.2 5 F406e Assistant Engineer (Mechanical, 

Public Works) 300-375 

31 9 F410c Engineer (Civil, Public Works) 375-450 

31.1 1 F410a Engineer (Electrical) 375-450 

31.2 1 F410f Engineer (Mechanical) 375-450 

32 6 F604 Surveyor's Field Assistant 200-250 

33 3 F610 Chief of Party 275-325 



Section 46a. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- 
BUREAU OF ENGINEERING (Continued) 

SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

2 1 F527 Superintendent, Sewage Treatment 

Plant 350-450 

3 2 J 4 Laborer 7.60 day 

4 1 LI 15 Assistant Superintendent and 

Chemist 280-350 

5 1 Ol Chauffeur 9.15 day 

6 5 0166.1 Junior Operating Engineer 200 

7 5 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

8 1 0172 Chief Operating Engineer 312.50 



Section 47. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- 
CENTRAL PERMIT BUREAU 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B222 General Clerk $160-200 

2 2 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

3 1 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

4 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 



Section 48. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- 
BUREAU OF SEWER REPAIR 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 O208 General Foreman, Sewer Connec- 

tions and Repairs $280-325 

2 2 0214 Assistant Superintendent, Bureau 

of Sewer Repair 325-400 

3 1 0216 Superintendent, Bureau of Sewer 

Repair 500-600 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



1392-41 



Section 48. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- 
BUREAU OF SEWER REPAIR (Continued) 

EMPLOYMENTS AS NEEDED 

The employments are not established as continuing positions but 
"as needed" when services are required and funds are provided: 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

4 12 A52 Hodcarrier $ 12.00 day 

5 7 A56 Bricklayer 16.00 day 

6 50 *A155 Cribber 9.70 day 

7 28 J 4 Laborer 7.60 day 

8 9 Ol Chauffeur 9.15 day 

10 1 O208 General Foreman, Sewer Connec- 

tions and Repair 280-325 

11 17 O210 Sewer Cleaner 11.20 day 

12 2 U108 Compressor Operator 10.00 day 

13 Teams and trucks (as needed) at 

rates established by purchaser's 
contract. 

♦Twenty of these are not included in budget estimates as compensa- 
tion is paid by property owners. 



Section 49. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- 
SEWAGE PUMPING STATION 



Item No. of CIpss 
No. Employees No. 



Class-Title 



Compensation 
Schedules 



1 1 F356 Electrical Engineering Inspector . . . $260-325 

2 3 0166.1 Junior Operating Engineer 200 

3 2 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 



Section 50. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- 
DIVISION OF STREET CLEANING 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

2 268 J 4 Laborer $ 7.60 day 

3 12 J 10 Labor Sub-Foreman 8.10 day 

4 4 J 108 District Director of Street Cleaning 250-300 

5 1 J 112 Supervisor of Street Cleaning 300-375 

6 44 Ol Chauffeur 9.15 day 

7 1 058 Gardener 150-175 

8 Teams and trucks (as needed) at 

rates established by purchaser's 
contract. 



Section 50a. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS — 

DIVISION OF STREET CLEANING (Continued) 

EMPLOYMENTS AS NEEDED 

The employments are not established as continuing positions but 
"as needed" when services are required and funds are provided: 
Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 



25 



J4 



Class-Title 
Laborer 



Compensation 
Schedules 



7.60 day 



1392-42 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



Section 51. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- 
BUREAU OF STREETS 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 F220 General Superintendent of Streets $500-600 

2 1 0298 Supervisor of Street Repair 300-375 

DIVISION OF STREET REPAIR 
The employments are not established as continuing positions but 
"as needed" when services are required and funds are provided: 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

3 5 A202 Cement Finisher's Helper $ 11.00 day 

4 3 A204 Cement Finisher 12.00 day 

5 1 B210 Office Assistant 125-150 

5.1 1 C152 Watchman (k 164 

5.2 1 C152 Watchman 140-165 

5.3 1 C152 Watchman (as needed) 140-165 

6 35 J 4 Laborer 7.60 day 

7 2 J 12 Labor Foreman 8.60 day 

7.1 1 M70 Inspector of Automotive Equipment 225-260 

8 15 Ol Chauffeur 9.15 day 

9 2 0152 Engineer of Hoisting and Portable 

Engines 13.00 day 

10 1 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

11 2 0252 Dryer Mixerman 11.20 day 

12 1 0254 Foreman, Asphalt Plant 12.20 day 

13 2 O260 Rammer 9.00 day 

14 2 0264 Paver 10.00 day 

15 4 0268 Granite Cutter 11.50 day 

16 18 0276 Asphalt Worker 9.70 day 

17 7 0278 Asphalt Finisher 10.20 day 

18 3 O280 Sub-Foreman, Asphalt Finisher . . . 10.70 day 

19 1 0282 Foreman, Asphalt Finisher 11.20 day 

20 2 0294 General Foreman, Street Repair . . . 250-300 

21 1 U108 Compressor Operator 10.00 day 

The following positions are in interdepartmental service and their 
employments are predicated on moneys received from the State of 
California for work to be performed on State highways within the 
City and County of San Francisco, 1st quarter cent gas tax — Special 
Gas Tax Street Improvement, Major Streets, 2nd quarter cent gas tax 
and through Work Orders for the Municipal Railway for paving work 
along side and between the railway tracks; also Work Orders covering 
sewer trenches: 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

22 8 J 4 Laborer $ 7.60 day 

23 2 Ol Chauffeur 9.15 day 

24 1 0152 Engineer of Hoisting and Portable 

Engines 13.00 day 

25 21 0276 Asphalt Worker 9.70 day 

26 4 0278 Asphalt Finisher 10.20 day 

27 5 O280 Sub-Foreman Asphalt Finisher 10.70 day 

BRIDGES 

28 8 C152 Watchman $140-165 

29 1 C152 Watchman (k 159 

30 1 C152 Watchman (k 164 

31 10 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

32 1 0168.1 Operating Engineer (Relief) at 

rate of 250 

33 Teams and trucks (as needed) at 

rates established by purchaser's 
contract. 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 1392-43 

Section 52. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS- 
BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

2 2 F102a Draftsman (Architectural) 225-280 

3 1 F112 City Architect 500-600 

INTERDEPARTMENTAL SERVICE 
The following positions are in interdepartmental service. The em- 
ployments are not established as continuing positions but "as needed" 
when services are required and funds are provided: 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

4 4 A106 Building Inspector $260-325 

5 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

6 1 F102a Draftsman (Architectural) 225-280 

7 1 F108 Architect 350-435 

8 F406a Assistant Engineer (Architectural) 300-375 

Section 53. DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICITY 

ADMINISTRATION 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B4 Bookkeeper $175-225 

2 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

3 1 F366 Chief, Department of Electricity. . . 500-600 

Section 53.1. DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICITY (Continued) 

INSPECTION BUREAU 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

4 1 B222 General Clerk $160-200 

5 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

6 1 E2 Line Inspector 260-325 

7 9 E4 Electrical Inspector 260-325 

8 1 E8 Chief Electrical Inspector 325-375 

Section 53.2. DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICITY (Continued) 
FIRE ALARM OFFICE 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

9 4 B454 Telephone Operator $160-200 

10 8 E52 Fire Dispatcher 200-250 

11 1 E54 Chief Fire Dispatcher 250-300 

Section 53.3. DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICITY (Continued) 

PLANT DIVISION 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

12 1 E108 Electrician (h $318.50 

13 1 El 16 Superintendent of Plant, Depart- 

ment of Electricity 400 

13.01 1 E117 Assistant Superintendent of Plant . . 300-325 
13.1 9 E154 Lineman (g 268 

14 4 E154 Lineman (h 295 

15 1 E160 Foreman Lineman (g 289 



1392-44 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



Section 53.4. DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICITY (Continued) 

WAGES 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

17 1 A354 Painter (h $281 

18 2 El 10 Radio Maintenance Man (h 257.50 

19 1 E156 Cable Splicer (a 16.00 day 

20 3 J 4 Laborer 7.60 day 

21 1 J 4 Laborer (ah 211 

21.1 1 J 10 Labor Sub-Foreman 8.10 day 

Section 53.5. DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICITY (Continued) 

MACHINE SHOP 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

22 1 M254 Machinist . . . (h $260.50 

23 4 M260 Instrument Maker (g 260.50 

24 1 M264 Foreman Instrument Maker (g 281.50 

Section 54. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
CENTRAL OFFICE 

ADMINISTRATION 

Item No. of Class Compensation 
No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B36 Business Manager $400-500 

1.1 1 B210 Office Assistant 125-150 

2 1 B222 General Clerk (part time) 79.50 

3 2 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

4 1 B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

5 2 B454 Telephone Operator 160-200 

6 2 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

7 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist (part time) . . 79.50 
7.1 1 B516 Senior Clerk-Typist 200-250 

8 1 C52 Elevator Operator 140-165 

9 1 G80 Personnel Officer 275-350 

10 1 L16 Assistant Director of Public Health 500-600 

11 1 L18 Director of Public Health 700-850 

11.1 1 L19 Chief, Division of Public Health 

Education 325-400 

12 1 Ol Chauffeur 210 

ACCOUNTING 

13 2 B4 Bookkeeper 175-225 

14 1 B6 Senior Bookkeeper 225-275 

15 1 B10 Accountant 275-325 

16 2 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

17 1 B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

18 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

Section 54a. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
CENTRAL OFFICE (Continued) 

STATISTICS 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

20 2 B228 Senior Clerk $200-250 

21 2 B239 Statistician 225-275 

22 4 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

23 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist ;. . 160-200 

COMMUNICABLE DISEASES 

24 2 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

25 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist (part time) . . 79.50 

26 12 J 74 Rodent Controlman 150-175 

27 4 L364 Physician Specialist (part time) ... 386 

28 1 L371 Director, Bureau of Communicable 

Diseases (part time) 514.50 

29 1 P54 Supervisor, Public Health Nursing 200-250 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



1392-45 



Section 54b. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
CENTRAL OFFICE (Continued) 

VENEREAL DISEASE CONTROL 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

30 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 

(part time) $ 79.50 

31 4 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

32 5 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

33 2 1 116 Orderly 115-145 

34 1 1 204 Porter 115-140 

34.01 1 1 206 Porter Sub-Foreman 140-150 

34.1 1 L20 Public Health Educator 300 

35 4 L364 Physician Specialist (part time) ... 225 

36 2 L364 Physician Specialist 450 

37 1 L376 Chief, Division of Venereal Disease 

Control 450-500 

38 1 L406 Senior Psychologist 200-250 

39 7 P52 Public Health Nurse 175-200 

40 2 P54 Supervisor, Public Health Nursing 200-250 

41 3 P102 Registered Nurse 150-175 

Section 54b. 1. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
CENTRAL OFFICE (Continued) 

BUREAU OF MENTAL HYGIENE 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

42 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 

(part time) $ 79.50 

43 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

44 2 L364 Physician Specialist (part time) ... 225 

45 3 L404 Psychologist 175-200 

46 1 L404 Psychologist (part time) 79.50 

Section 54b.2. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
CENTRAL OFFICE (Continued) 

BACTERIOLOGICAL LABORATORY 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

47 2 B512 General Clerk-Typist $160-200 

49 4 1 204 Porter 115-140 

50 3 L52 Bacteriological Laboratory 

Technician 160-185 

51 3 L56 Bacteriologist 225-275 

51.1 1 L58 Senior Bacteriologist 275-325 

52 1 L60 Bacteriological Milk Inspector 275-325 

53 1 L64 Consultant Bacteriologist 

(part time) 75 



Section 55. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
CENTRAL OFFICE (Continued) 

SCHOOL INSPECTION— MEDICAL 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 



54 

55 

56 

56.1 

56.2 

56.3 

57 



L252 
L364 
L364 
L364 
L364 
L368 
L602 



Class-Title 



Compensation 
Schedules 



Optometrist (part time) 

Physician Specialist 

Physician Specialist (part time) 
Physician Specialist (part time) 
Physician Specialist (part time) 
Director, Bureau of Child Hygiene 



$150 
450 
225 
247.50 
112.50 
500-600 



Audiometer Technician 160-200 



1392-46 FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 

Section 55.1. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
CENTRAL OFFICE (Continued) 

DENTAL 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

58 1 B222 General Clerk (part time) $ 79.50 

59 4 L152 Dental Hygienist 175-200 

60 10 L156 Dentist (part time) 135 

61 1 LI 60 Director of Dental Bureau 

(part time) . (a 250 

Section 55.2. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
CENTRAL OFFICE (Continued) 

CHILD WELFARE— MEDICAL 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

62 2 L364 Physician Specialist $450 

63 4 L364 Physician Specialist (part time) ... 225 

63.1 1 L364 Physician Specialist (part time) ... 135 

63.2 1 L364 Physician Specialist (part time) ... 90 

Section 55.3. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
CENTRAL OFFICE (Continued) 

CHEMICAL LABORATORY 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

64 1 L102 Food Chemist Assistant $160-185 

65 2 L104 Food Chemist 225-275 

66 1 L106 Senior Food Chemist 275-325 

Section 55.4. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
CENTRAL OFFICE (Continued) 

PLUMBING INSPECTION 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Emplovees No. Class-Title Schedules 

67 7 A412 Plumbing Inspector $260-325 

68 1 A416 Chief Plumbing Inspector 325-375 

69 1 B408 General Clerk- Stenographer 160-200 

70 Plumber Examiners, $6 per meeting 

Section 55.5. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
CENTRAL OFFICE (Continued) 

CITY PHYSICIANS 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

70.1 7 L360 Physician (part time) $343 

71 3 L360 Physician (part time) 300 

71.1 2 L360 Physician (part time) 150 

72 1 L362 Supervisor of City Physicians 400-500 

Section 55a. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
CENTRAL OFFICE (Continued) 

FIELD NURSING, ADMINISTRATION 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

73 1 B222 General Clerk $160-200 

74 7 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

75 10 P54 Supervisor, Public Health Nursing 200-250 

76 1 P57 Assistant Director of Public Health 

Nursing 250-280 

77 1 P58 Director of Public Health 

Nursing (a 339.50 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



1392-47 



Section 55a.l. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
CENTRAL OFFICE (Continued) 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 

78 42 P52 



FIELD NURSING, SCHOOLS 



Compensation 
Schedules 



Class-Title 
Public Health Nurse $175-200 



Section 55a.2. 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
CENTRAL OFFICE (Continued) 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 

78.1 1 N204 

79 27 P52 

80 2 P54 

81 4 1 204 



FIELD NURSING, OTHER 



Compensation 
Schedules 



Class-Title 
Housing and Industrial Inspector . . $200-250 

Public Health Nurse 175-200 

Supervisor, Public Health Nursing 200-250 
Porter 115-140 



Section 55a.3. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
CENTRAL OFFICE (Continued) 

TUBERCULOSIS BUREAU 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

82 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

83 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

84 3 L364 Physician Specialist (part time) . . . 225 

85 1 L375 Chief, Division of Tuberculosis 

Control 450-500 

86 9 P52 Public Health Nurse 175-200 

87 4 P102 Registered Nurse 150-175 

88 1 P104 Head Nurse 175-200 

Section 55a.4. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
BUREAU OF INSPECTION 

DIVISION 1 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

2 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 

(part time) 79.50 

3 1 N53 Assistant District Supervisor 250-300 

4 4 N56 Market and Food Inspector 200-250 

5 2 N60 Abattoir Inspector 200-250 

6 5 N62 Veterinarian 250-300 

7 1 N63 Chief Abattoir Inspector 300-350 

8 6 N64 Dairy Inspector 225-275 

8.1 1 N64 Dairy Inspector (a 300 



Section 55a.5. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
BUREAU OF INSPECTION (Continued) 

DIVISION 2 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

9 5 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

9.1 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

10 1 F408 Public Health Engineer 375-450 

11 2 N53 Assistant District Supervisor 250-300 

12 4 N54 District Supervisor 300-350 

13 34 N56 Market and Food Inspector 200-250 

13.1 2 N60 Abattoir Inspector 200-250 

13.2 1 N70 Chief Food and Sanitary Inspector 350-400 

14 13 N204 Housing and Industrial Inspector. 200-250 



1392-48 FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 

Section 55b. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
CENTRAL OFFICE (Continued) 

INTERDEPARTMENTAL 
These employments are not established as continuing positions but 
"as needed" when services are required and funds are provided: 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 2 12 Kitchen Helper $110-135 

2 15 1 116 Orderly 115-145 

3 15 1 116 Orderly (part time) at rate of 115 

4 7 1 204 Porter 115-140 

5 20 P102 Registered Nurse 150-175 

6 30 P102 Registered Nurse (part time) at 

rate of 150 

7 4 P103 Special Nurse (m 8.00 plus 

Section 56. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH— 
LAGUNA HONDA HOME 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 2 B222 General Clerk $160-200 

2 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

3 4 B454 Telephone Operator 160-200 

5 1 C152 Watchman (k 164 

6 15 12 Kitchen Helper 110-135 

7 1 17 Baker (i 206 

8 3 1 10 Cook's Assistant (i 179.50 

9 4 1 12 Cook (i 230.50 

9.1 1 1 16 Chef (i 282.50 

10 1 1 22 Butcher 212 

11 1 1 24 Senior Butcher 233 

12 3 1 54 Waitress 110-135 

13 1 I 58 Dining Room Steward (i 186 

14 Inmate Help, not over 50 

Section 56.1. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH— 
LAGUNA HONDA HOME (Continued) 

Compensation 
Class-Title Schedules 

Orderly $115-145 

Senior Orderly 145-165 

Supervisor, Ambulatory Inmates.. 190-230 

Laundress 115-140 

Marker and Distributor 125-150 

Wringerman 150-175 

Washer 150-175 

Superintendent of Laundry 200-250 

Porter 115-140 

Porter Sub-Foreman 140-150 

Seamstress 125-150 

Head Seamstress 150-180 

Instructor in Occupational Therapy 150-175 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH— 
LAGUNA HONDA HOME (Continued) 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

27 1 L8 Assistant Superintendent, Laguna 

Honda Home $250-300 

28 1 L9 Assistant Superintendent (medical), 

Laguna Honda Home 400-500 



Item No. of 


Class 


No. Employees No. 


15 100 


1116 


16 10 


1120 


17 2 


1112 


18 2 


1154 


19 1 


1164 


20 1 


1166 


21 1 


1170 


22 1 


1174 


23 25 


1204 


23.1 1 


1206 


24 1 


1254 


25 1 


1256 


26 2 


1302 


Section 56.2. Dl 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



1392-49 



Section 56.2. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH— 
LAGUNA HONDA HOME (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

29 1 L10 Superintendent, Laguna Honda 

Home 400-500 

30 1 L54 Clinical Bacteriologist 200-225 

31 1 L202 Dietitian 175-200 

32 1 L306 Senior Pharmacist 250-300 

33 6 L352 Interne 80 

34 3 L360 Physician ' . 400 

35 1 L452 X-ray Technician 165-200 

36 1 Chiropodist (part time) 50 

Section 56.3. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH— 
LAGUNA HONDA HOME (Continued) 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

37 1 Ol Chauffeur (h $214.50 

38 1 052 Farmer 150-175 

39 1 054 Foreman, Building and Grounds. . . 175-225 

40 1 058 Gardener 150-175 

41 1 O60 Sub-Foreman Gardener 175-210 

42 3 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

42.1 1 Q172 Chief Operating Engineer 312.50 

Section 56.4. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH— 

LAGUNA HONDA HOME (Continued) 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

43 41 P102 Registered Nurse $150-175 

44 9 P104 Head Nurse 175-200 

44.1 2 Pill Night Supervisor 200-225 

45 1 PI 18 Superintendent of Nursing Laguna 

Honda Home 225-275 

46 1 P208 Operating Room Nurse 175-200 

Section 56.5. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH— 
LAGUNA HONDA HOME (Continued) 
INTERDEPARTMENTAL 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

46 1 B4 Bookkeeper $175-225 

47 1 1 22 Butcher 212 

48 4 1 204 Porter 115-140 



Section 57. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
SAN FRANCISCO HOSPITAL, 
ISOLATION DIVISION 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist (part time) .$ 79.50 

2 1 C152 Watchman 140-165 

3 1 12 Kitchen Helper 110-135 

4 1 1116 Orderly 115-145 

5 10 1204 Porter 115-140 

5.1 1 1 206 Porter Sub-Foreman 140-150 

6 2 L352 Interne 80 

7 1 L354 House Officer 150 

8 1 L364 Physician Specialist (part time) ... 270 

9 4 P102 Registered Nurse 150-175 

10 1 P104 Head Nurse 175-200 

11 1 P116 Superintendent, Isolation Division. 225-275 



1392-50 FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 

Section 58. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
SAN FRANCISCO HOSPITAL 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B4 Bookkeeper $175-225 

1.1 1 B37 Assistant Superintendent (Admin- 

istrative) San Francisco Hospital 325-400 

1.2 2 B210 Office Assistant 125-150 

2 12 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

3 2 B222 General Clerk (part time) 79.50 

3.1 1 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

4 1 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

5 2 B239 Statistician 225-275 

6 12 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

7 3 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 

(part time) 79.50 

8 1 B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

9 1 B454 Telephone Operator (relief) 

at rate of 160 

10 5 B454 Telephone Operator 160-200 

11 2 B512 General Clerk-Typist (part time) . 79.50 

12 9 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

13 5 C152 Watchman 140-165 

14 2 E108 Electrician (i 348.50 

Section 58a. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
SAN FRANCISCO HOSPITAL (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

16 80 12 Kitchen Helper $110-135 

17 1 16 Pastry Cook (i 251.50 

18 8 110 Cook's Assistant (i 179.50 

19 7 1 12 Cook (i 230.50 

20 1 I 14 Junior Chef (i 251.50 

21 1 1 16 Chef (i 282.50 

22 12 1 54 Waitress or 1 56 Waiter 110-135 

24 Inmate Help (not over $50) 

25 3 1 106 Morgue Attendant 140-165 

26 142 1116 Orderly 115-145 

27 4 I 120 Senior Orderly 145-165 

28 2 1 122 House Mother 135-160 

29 13 1 152 Flatwork Ironer 110-135 

29.1 *7 I 154 Laundress 115-140 

30 4 1 154 Laundress 115-140 

31 *1 1 156 Starcher 115-140 

32 1 1 158 Sorter 125-150 

33 1 1164 Marker and Distributor 125-150 

34 1 1 166 Wringerman 150-175 

35 *1 1 167 Tumblerman 125-150 

36 *2 1 170 Washer 150-175 

37 1 I 172 Head Washer 175-215 

38 1 I 178 Superintendent of Laundry, 

San Francisco Hospital 250-300 

39 96 1 204 Porter 115-140 

40 10 1 206 Porter Sub-Foreman 140-150 

41 3 1 208 Porter Foreman 150-160 

42 1 I 210 Head Porter 160-180 

43 6 1 254 Seamstress 125-150 

44 1 1 256 Head Seamstress 150-180 

♦Funds provided for three months only. 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 1392-51 

Section 59. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
SAN FRANCISCO HOSPITAL (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

45 1 L2 Assistant Superintendent $400-500 

46 1 L6 Superintendent 600-700 

47 1 L66 Clinical Technician Blood Bank . . . 200-250 

48 4 L67 Assistant Clinical Technician, 

Blood Bank 175-200 

49 1 L70 Physiotherapist 165-200 

50 *2 L72 Medical Laboratory Assistant 

(part time) 102 

51 2 L156 Dentist (part time) 150 

52 4 L202 Dietitian 175-200 

53 1 L206 Chief Dietitian (a 250 

54 4 L304 Pharmacist 200-250 

55 1 L306 Senior Pharmacist 250-300 

56 42 L352 Interne 80 

57 22 L354 House Officer 150 

58 9 L356 Senior House Officer 200 

59 5 L357 Resident Physician 250 

60 1 L359 Supervising Physician, Blood Bank 

(part time) 200 

61 1 L360 Physician (part time) 200 

61.1 1 L360 Physician (part time) 240 

62 2 L364 Physician Specialist (part time) ... 225 

62.1 1 L364 Physician Specialist (part time) . .(a 300 

62.2 1 L364 Physician Specialist (part time) . . . 112.50 

62.3 1 L364 Physician Specialist 450 

*$102 for four months, $108 for eight months. 

Section 59a. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
SAN FRANCISCO HOSPITAL (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

63 7 L452 X-Ray Technician $165-200 

64 1 L456 Senior X-Ray Technician 200-250 

64.1 1 Recreational Therapy Instructor 

(part time), $10 per quarter. 

65 1 L458 Roentgenologist 500 

66 1 M255 Bracemaker (h 260.50 

67 2 Ol Chauffeur (h 187.50 

68 7 058 Gardener 150-175 

69 1 O60 Sub-Foreman Gardener 175-210 

70 4 1 66. Uunior Operating Engineer 200 

71 4 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

72 1 0172 Chief Operating Engineer 312.50 



Section 60. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
SAN FRANCISCO HOSPITAL (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

74 P101 Senior Cadet Nurse $ 65 

75 122 P102 Registered Nurse 150-175 

76 P103 Special Nurse (as needed) (m 8.00 plus 

77 2 Pill Night Supervisor 200-225 

79 29 P104 Head Nurse 175-200 

80 4 PI 10 Assistant Superintendent of Nursing 200-250 

81 1 P122 Director of Institutional Nursing. 275-350 

82 5 P204 Anaesthetist 175-200 

83 1 P206 Senior Anaesthetist 200-250 

84 25 P208 Operating Room Nurse 175-200 



1392-52 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1. 1945 



Section 60. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
SAN FRANCISCO HOSPITAL (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

85 1 P210 Senior Operating Room Nurse $200-250 

86 1 P212a Head Nurse, Specialist 

(Obstetrical) 200-225 

86.1 1 P212b Head Nurse, Specialist (Pediatric) 200-225 

86.2 1 P212c Head Nurse, Specialist 

(Psychiatric) 200-225 

87 2 P304 Instructor of Nursing 200-225 

88 1 P306 Senior Instructor of Nursing 225-275 

PSYCHIATRIC BUILDING 

89 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

90 2 C152 Watchman 140-165 

91 2 L354 House Officer 150 

92 1 L364 Physician Specialist (part time) ... 270 

93 1 12 Kitchen Helper 110-135 

94 21 1 120 Senior Orderly 145-165 

95 1 1 204 Porter 115-140 

96 4 P2 Emergency Hospital Steward 175-210 

97 8 P102 Registered Nurse 150-175 



Section 60a. 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
SAN FRANCISCO HOSPITAL (Continued) 



SOCIAL SERVICE DIVISION 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 

1 18 T157 

2 1 T160 



Compensation 
Schedules 



Class-Title 

Social Service Worker $175-215 

Senior Social Service Worker 215-275 



Section 60b. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
SAN FRANCISCO HOSPITAL (Continued) 

INTERDEPARTMENTAL 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 12 Kitchen Helper $110-135 

2 5 1 116 Orderly 115-145 

3 4 1 154 Laundress 115-140 

4 1 L204 Porter 115-140 

5 1 L452 X-Ray Technician 165-200 

6 1 P102 Registered Nurse 150-175 



Section 61. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH- 
EMERGENCY HOSPITALS 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 2 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

2 12 L504 Emergency Hospital Surgeon 300 

2.1 3 L504 Emergency Hospital Surgeon (part 

time) as needed, at rate of . . . 11.96 day 

3 1 L506 Assistant Chief Surgeon (part time) 225 

4 1 L508 Chief Surgeon (part time) 250 

5 20 OS Ambulance Driver 175-210 

6 1 06 Ambulance Driver (Relief) 

at rate of 175 

7 24 P2 Emergency Hospital Steward 175-210 

8 1 P3 Senior Emergency Hospital Steward 210-250 

9 1 P4 Chief Emergency Hospital Steward 250-300 
10 15 P102 Registered Nurse ... 150-175 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



1392-53 



Section 62. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH— 
HASSLER HEALTH HOME 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B4 Bookkeeper $175-225 

2 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

3 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

4 2 C152 Watchman 140-165 

5 17 12 Kitchen Helper 110-135 

6 3 1 12 Cook (i 230.50 

7 1 1 14 Junior Chef (i 251.50 

8 19 1 116 Orderly 115-145 



Section 62.1. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH— 
HASSLER HEALTH HOME (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

9 16 1 204 Porter $115-140 

10 1 1 254 Seamstress 125-150 

11 3 J4 Laborer (h 178 

13 1 L52 Bacteriological Laboratory 

Technician 160-185 

14 1 L156 Dentist (part time) 75 

14.1 1 L202 Dietitian 175-200 

15 2 L352 Interne 80 

16 1 L364 Physician Specialist 450 

16.1 2 L364 Physician Specialist (part time) ... 75 

17 1 Ol Chauffeur (h 214.50 

18 1 054 Foreman, Building and Grounds . 175-225 

19 1 058 Gardener 150-175 

20 11 P102 Registered Nurse 150-175 

21 3 P104 Head Nurse 175-200 

21.1 1 Plll.l Night Supervisor, 

Hassler Health Home 175-200 

22 1 PI 12 Superintendent of Nursing 200-250 

23 Inmate Help (not over $50) 



Section 63'. CORONER 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B228 Senior Clerk $200-250 

2 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

2.1 1 B420 Phonographic Reporter 250-300 

3 4 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

3.1 1 D2 Bailiff (part time) 150 

4 1 I 106 Morgue Attendant 140-165 

5 11 106 Morgue Attendant (part time) .... 75 

6 2 L52 Bacteriological Laboratory 

Technician 160-185 

7 1 L102 Food Chemist Assistant 160-185 

8 1 LI 10 Toxicologist (part time) 233.50 

9 1 L364 Physician Specialist (part time) ... 250 

10 3 L502 Autopsy Surgeon (part time) 200 

11 4 N4 Coroner's Investigator 200-250 

12 1 N8 Coroner's Chief Investigator 250-325 

13 1 N10 Coroner . 500 

13.1 4 08 Morgue Ambulance Driver 175-210 



1392-54 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



Section 64. HORTICULTURAL INSPECTION DEPARTMENT- 
AGRICULTURAL COMMISSION 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

2 3 N154 Horticultural Inspector 200-250 

3 1 N155 Senior Horticultural Inspector.... 250-300 

4 1 N156 County Agricultural Commissioner 300-400 



N154 
N155 
N156 

FARMERS MARKET 

B230 Market Master $210-250 

C104 Janitor (part time) 84 



Section 65. SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 



Item 
No. 

1 
2 
3 



No. of Class 
Employees No. 



B512 
N354 
N356 

N358 



Compensation 
Class-Title Schedules 

General Clerk-Typist (a $225 

Inspector of Weights and Measures 200-250 
Senior Inspector of Weights and 

Measures 250-300 

Sealer of Weights and Measures . . . 300-400 



Section 66. PUBLIC WELFARE DEPARTMENT 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 



Class-Title 



Compensation 
Schedules 



1 

2 

3 

4 

4.1 

5 

6 

7 

9 

10 

11 

12 

12.1 

13 

14 

15 

16.1 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 



2 

1 
2 
5 
1 
1 
1 
38 
1 

2 

1 

23 

4 
2 
4 
1 
1 
1 
76 
12 
1 
1 



B4 

B25 

B210 

B222 

B222 

B228 

B239 

B408 

B419. 

B454 
B510 
B512 
B512 
B516 
C104 
C107 
L360 
L360 
T157 
T160 
T163 
T165 



Bookkeeper $175-225 

Business Manager 325-400 

Office Assistant 125-150 

General Clerk 160-200 

General Clerk (k 199 

Senior Clerk 200-250 

Statistician 225-275 

General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

1 Secretary, Public Welfare 

Commission 225-275 

Telephone Operator 160-200 

Braille Typist 160-200 

General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

General Clerk-Typist (k 199 

Senior Clerk-Typist 200-250 

Janitor 140-170 

Working Foreman Janitor 170-200 

Physician (part time) 250 

Physician (part time) 150 

Social Service Worker 175-215 

Senior Social Service Worker 215-275 

Director of Public Welfare 500-600 

Social Service Director 300-375 



Section 67. CONTROLLER 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 Controller (b $833.33 

2 21 B4 Bookkeeper 175-225 

3 10 B6 Senior Bookkeeper 225-275 

4 1 B8 Supervisor of Disbursements 325-400 

5 10 B10 Accountant . . 275-325 

6 2 B14 Senior Accountant 325-400 

7 1 B21 Chief Assistant Controller 600-700 

8 1 B26 Supervisor of Budget Statistics . . . 325-400 

9 1 B27 Supervisor of Accounts and Reports 400-500 

10 1 B28 Supervisor of General Audits 400-500 

11 1 B30 Supervisor of Utilities Audits 400-500 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



1392-55 



Section 67.1. CONTROLLER (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

12 1 B68 Chief Clerk $300-375 

13 2 B210 Office Assistant (part time) 79.50 

14 8 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

14.1 1 B222 General Clerk (k 199 

15 3 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

16 4 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 



Section 67.2. CONTROLLER (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

17 8 B301 Payroll Machine Operator $160-200 

18 2 B302 Addressing Machine Operator 150-190 

19 1 B304 Senior Addressing Machine 

Operator 190-225 

20 2 B308a Calculating Machine Operator 

(keydrive) 150-190 

21 1 B309b Key Punch Operator (numerical) . 150-175 

22 1 B310 Tabulating Machine Operator 175-210 

23 6 B311 Bookkeeping Machine Operator... 160-200 

24 1 B312 Senior Bookkeeping Machine 

Operator 200-250 



Section 67.3. CONTROLLER (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

25 3 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

26 1 B417 Executive Secretary to the 

Controller 275-325 

27 8 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

28 1 K6 Senior Attorney, Civil 475 



Section 68. CITY PLANNING COMMISSION 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 5 Commissioners, $15 per meeting (b 

2 1 B78 Secretary, City Planning 

Commission $275-325 

3 2 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

4 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

5 2 F100 Junior Draftsman 180-225 

6 4 F102d Draftsman (City Planning) 225-280 

7 1 F800 City Planning Engineer 833.33 

7.1 1 F801 Senior City Planner 450 

7.2 1 F806 Master Plan Engineer 280-350 

10 1 F810 Associate City Planner 325-400 

11 2 F812 Assistant City Planner 260-325 

12 1 F814 City Planning Aide 150 

AS NEEDED 

13 1 F802 Master Plan Architect ... . 325-400 

14 2 F804 Master Plan Designer 280-350 



1392-56 FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 

Section 69. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
GENERAL OFFICE 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 5 Commissioners (b $100 

2 1 Manager of Utilities (b 1,000 

2.1 1 B4 Bookkeeper 175-225 

3 1 B22 Assistant Director, 

Bureau of Accounts 400-500 

4 1 B23 Director, Bureau of Accounts 500 

5 1 B53 Director, Bureau of Public Service 550 
5.1 1 B56 Assistant Director, Bureau of Pub- 
lic Service 400 

6 1 B60 Secretary, Public Utilities 

Commission 275-325 

7 1 B77 Executive Secretary to 

Manager of Utilities 325-400 

8 4 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

8.1 1 G84 Director, Bureau of Personnel 425-500 

9 1 L360 Physician (part time) 250 

10 1 Ol Chauffeur 210 

Section 69a. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
LIGHT, HEAT AND POWER BUREAU 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B4 Bookkeeper $175-225 

1.1 1 B308a Calculating Machine Operator 

(key drive) 150-190 

2 2 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

2.1 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

3 1 F100 Junior Draftsman 180-225 

4 2 F102e Draftsman (Electrical) 225-280 

6 2 F356 Electrical Engineering Inspector .. . 260-325 

7 1 F372 Manager and Chief Engineer 600 

7.1 2 F406g Assistant Engineer (Electrical, 

Public Utilities) 300-375 

7.2 1 F410a Engineer (Electrical) 375-450 

8 1 N102 Street Lighting Inspector 225-275 

Section 69b. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
LIGHT, HEAT AND POWER (Continued) 

INTERDEPARTMENTAL EMPLOYMENTS AS NEEDED 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

9 A154 Carpenter $ 12.00 day 

10 A204 Cement Finisher 12.00 day 

11 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

12 E108 Electrician 13.60 day 

13 1 E154 Lineman 12.60 day 

14 1 E156 Cable Splicer 13.60 day 

15 E155 Cable Splicer's Helper 10.00 day 

16 1 F102e Draftsman (Electrical) 225-280 

17 1 F102f Draftsman (Mechanical) 225-280 

18 2 F356 Electrical Engineering Inspector .. . 260-325 
18.1 1 F406 Assistant Engineer 300-375 

19 1 F410a Engineer (Electrical) 375-450 

20 J4 Laborer 7.60 day 

21 Ol Chauffeur (m Rate for job 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



1392-57 



Section 70. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO AIRPORT 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

0.1 1 B6 Senior Bookkeeper $225-275 

1 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

1.1 1 B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

2 4 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

2.1 2 C102 Janitress 130-155 

3 3 C104 Janitor 140-170 

4 1 C107 Working Foreman Janitor 170-200 

5 1 F50 Maintenance Chief, S. F. Airport. . 225-275 

6 3 F51 Airport Attendant 160-200 

7 4 F52 Crew Chief, San Francisco Airport 200-225 

8 1 F61 Superintendent of Airport 

Operations 350-450 

9 1 F62 Manager, Airport Department 750 

10 1 F410d Engineer (Civil, Public Utilities) . . 375-450 

11 1 Q58 Gardener 150-175 



Section 70a. 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 



0.1 

1 

1.1 

1.2 

2 

3 

4 

5 

5.1 

5.2 

6 

6.1 

6.2 

7 

7.1 
8 



PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION— 
HETCH HETCHY WATER SUPPLY, POWER 
AND UTILITIES, UTILITIES ENGINEERING 

Compensation 
Class-Title Schedules 

Office Assistant $125-150 

General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

Manager and Chief Engineer, 

Hetch Hetchy Bureau 833.33 



B210 
B408 
B412 
B512 
F9 



F102c Draftsman (Civil) 225-280 

F104d Senior Draftsman (Electrical) 280-325 

F356 Electrical Engineering Inspector . . . 260-325 

F406a Assistant Engineer (Architectural) 300-375 
F406c Assistant Engineer (Civil, 

Public Utilities) 300-375 

F410a Engineer (Electrical) 375-450 

F410d Engineer (Civil, Public Utilities) . . 375-450 

F410f Engineer (Mechanical) 375-450 

F412b Senior Engineer (Civil, 

Public Utilities) 450-575 

F412c Senior Engineer (Electrical, 

Public Utilities) 450-575 

Ol Chauffeur 210 



Section 70b. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION— 

HETCH HETCHY WAR EMERGENCY 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 2 U212 Ranger $165-190 

2 1 U213 Special Agent 200 

Section 70c. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION— 
HETCH HETCHY WATER SUPPLY- 
POWER OPERATIVE 



Item No 
No. Emp 
1 

2 : 

2.1 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 



of Class Compensation 

oyees No. Class-Title Schedules 

B4 Bookkeeper $175-225 

B222 General Clerk 160-200 

B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

C104 Janitor 140-170 

C104 Janitor (part time) 74.50 

E107 Power House Electrician (i 348.50 

E120 Governorman 175-210 






1392-58 FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 

Section 70c. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION— 

HETCH HETCHY WATER SUPPLY- 
POWER OPERATIVE (Continued) 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

8 7 E122 Power House Operator $210-250 

8.1 5 E124 Senior Power House Operator 260 

9 2 E128 Superintendent, Power House 275-375 

12 3 E160 Foreman Lineman (i 348.50 

12.1 1 E161 General Foreman Lineman (i 374 

13 1 F401a Junior Engineer (Electrical) 225-280 

13.1 1 F406g Assistant Engineer (Electrical) .... 300-375 

14 2 F410a Engineer (Electrical) 375-450 

15 1 12 Kitchen Helper 110-135 

16 1 1 12 Cook (i 230.50 

17 1 1 60 Housekeeper 125-160 

18 2 J4 Laborer (i 195 

19 1 M254 Machinist (i 285 

21 1 O60 Sub-Foreman Gardener 175-210 

Section 70e. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION— 
HETCH HETCHY WATER SUPPLY 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

0.1 1 A161 General Foreman Carpenter (i $358.50 

1 1 B4 Bookkeeper 175-225 

1.1 1 B6 Senior Bookkeeper 225-275 

2 1 B14 Senior Accountant 325-400 

3 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

4 1 B454 Telephone Operator (part time) . . 24 

5 2 F406c Assistant Engineer (Civil, Public 

Utilities) 300-375 

6 1 F410d Engineer (Civil, Public Utilities) .. 375-450 

6.1 1 F604 Surveyor's Field Assistant 200-250 

6.2 1 M55 Foreman Auto Machinist (i 310.50 

7 6 U130 Reservoir Keeper 175-200 

8 2 U206 Water Department Worker (i 195 

Section 71. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION— HETCH 
HETCHY WATER SUPPLY, POWER AND 
UTILITIES ENGINEERING BUREAU 

These positions are paid from appropriations for temporary or 
interdepartmental services. The employments are not established 
as continuing positions but "as needed" when services are required 
and funds are provided. 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

Building Inspector $260-325 

Carpenter 12.00 day 

Foreman Carpenter (g 276.50 

Cement Finisher 12.00 day 

Painter (i 307.50 

Plumber 13.60 day 

Bookkeeper 175-225 

Accountant 275-325 

Senior Accountant 325-400 

Storekeeper 160-200 

General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

Watchman 140-165 

Lineman's Helper (i 218 

Lineman (i 323 

Cablesplicer's Helper 10.00 day 

Cablesplicer 13.60 day 

General Foreman Lineman (i 374 



1 


2 


A106 


2 


2 


A154 


3 


1 


A160 


5 




A204 


6 


2 


A354 


7 




A404 


8 




B4 


9 


1 


B10 


10 




B14 


12 




B352 


13 


1 


B408 


14 




B412 


15 


1 


B512 


15.1 


1 


C152 


16 


8 


E150 


19 


12 


E154 


20 




E155 


21 




E156 


22 




E161 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



1392-59 



Section 71.1. PUBILC UTILITIES COMMISSION— HETCH 
HETCHY WATER SUPPLY, POWER AND 
UTILITIES ENGINEERING BUREAU (Cont'd) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 F100 Junior Draftsman $180-225 

2 3 F102c Draftsman (Civil) 225-280 

3 2 F104b Senior Draftsman (Civil, 

Public Utilities) 280-325 

5 1 F202 Inspector, Public Works 

Construction 200-250 

6 1 F356 Electrical Engineering Inspector .. . 260-325 

8 3 F401b Junior Engineer (Civil, 

Public Utilities) 225-280 

9 6 F406g Assistant Engineer (Electrical, 

Public Utilities) 300-375 

10 2 F410d Engineer (Civil, Public Utilities) . . 375-450 

11 1 F604 Surveyor's Field Assistant 200-250 

Section 71.2. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION— HETCH 
HETCHY WATER SUPPLY, POWER AND 
UTILITIES ENGINEERING BUREAU (Cont'd) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

12 7 J4 Laborer $ 7.60 day 

13 3 J10 Labor Sub-Foreman 8.10 day 

14 1 J12 Labor Foreman, Utilities (a 225 

14.1 1 J66 Garageman 8.00 day 

15 3 M54 Auto Machinist 11.12 day 

17 1 M108 Blacksmith (i 292 

18 M108 Blacksmith 11.40 day 

19 5 Ol Chauffeur 9.15 day 

19.1 1 058 Gardener 150-175 

20 1 0152 Engineer of Hoisting and 

Portable Engines 13.00 day 

21 7 U206 Water Department Worker 7.60 day 

22 U212 Ranger (as needed) 165-190 

23 1 U227 General Maintenance Foreman . . . 225-280 

24 Trucks and teams at rates estab- 

lished by Purchaser's contracts. 
Subject to prior approval of the 
Civil Service Commission, other 
classifications as needed for 
emergency work at rates not to 
exceed that prevailing for the 
particular classification for pri- 
vate employment on public con- 
tracts. 



Section 72. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
MUNICIPAL RAILWAY 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 26 A154 Carpenter $ 12.00 day 

1.1 1 A156 Patternmaker 13.60 day 

1.2 2 A160 Foreman Carpenter 13.00 day 

2 2 A354 Painter 12.00 day 

3 16 A364 Car and Auto Painter 12.00 day 

3.1 1 A366 Foreman Car and Auto Painter 13.00 day 

4 1 A370 General Foreman Car and Auto 

Paint Shop (g 297.50 

5 7 B4 Bookkeeper 175-225 

6 1 B6 Senior Bookkeeper 225-275 



1392-1 


SO 


Section 72. 


Item 


No. of 


No. Employees 


7 


2 


8 


1 


8.1 


2 


8.2 


4 


8.3 


1 


8.4 


4 


10 


62 


10.1 


6 


11 


3 


12 


14 


12.1 


2 


12.2 


1 


12.3 


1 


13 


25 


13.3 


1 


13.4 


1 


14 


8 


14.1 


1 


15 


13 


15.2 


3 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 

PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
MUNICIPAL RAILWAY (Continued) 

Class Compensation 

No. Class-Title Schedules 

BIO Accountant $275-325 

B14 Senior Accountant 325-400 

B68 Chief Clerk 300-375 

B102 Teller 200-250 

B103 Cashier C 200-250 

B210 Office Assistant 125-150 

B222 General Clerk 160-200 

B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

B308a Calculating Machine Operator 

(key drive) 150-190 

B308b Calculating Machine Operator 

(rotary type) 150-190 

B330 Photographer 200-250 

B354 General Storekeeper 200-250 

B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 

(part time) 80 

B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

B454 Telephone Operator 160-200 

B458 Chief Telephone Operator 200-250 

B512 General Clerk-Typist . 160-200 

B516 Senior Clerk-Typist 200-250 



Section 72.1. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
MUNICIPAL RAILWAY (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

16 2 C52 Elevator Operator $140-165 

17 1 C52 Elevator Operator (relief) at rate of 140 

18 21 C104 Janitor 140-170 

18.1 1 C104 Janitor (k 164 

18.2 95 C104.1 Car Cleaner 140-170 

18.3 1 C104.1 Car Cleaner (k 164 

18.4 1 C104.1 Car Cleaner (part time) 84 

19 2 C107 Working Foreman Janitor 170-200 

19.1 6 C152 Watchman 140-165 

19.2 1 C152 Watchman (part time) 94.50 



Section 72.2. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
MUNICIPAL RAILWAY (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

19.3 12 E105 Armature Winder's Helper $ 8.80 day 

20 9 E106 Armature Winder . 11.00 day 

20.1 I E106.1 Foreman Armature Winder 12.00 day 

20.2 1 E107 Power House Electrician (i 348.50 

20.3 1 E107.1 Foreman Power House Electrician(i 374 

20.4 2 E120 Governorman 175-210 

20.5 19 E122 Power House Operator 210-250 

20.6 4 E124 Senior Power House Operator 260 

20.7 3 E150 Lineman Helper 8.50 day 

21 20 E154 Lineman 12.60 day 

22 4 E160 Foreman Lineman (h 318.50 

22.2 1 E161 General Foreman Lineman (i 374 

22.3 88 E200 Electrical Railway Shop Mechanic. 8.40 day 
22.3.1 3 E200 Electrical Railway Shop Mechanic (a 9.20 day 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 1392-61 

Section 72.2. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
MUNICIPAL RAILWAY (Continued) 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

22.3.2 6 E200 Electrical Railway Shop Mechanic (a $ 8.96 day 

22.4 85 E202 Senior Electrical Railway 

Shop Mechanic 9.20 day 

22.5 20 E206 Sub-Foreman Electrical Railway 

Shop Mechanic 9.70 day 

22.6 10 E208 Foreman Electrical Railway 

Shop Mechanic 10.20 day 

22.6.1 1 E210 General Foreman Electrical 

Railway Shop Mechanic 11.20 day 

23 3 F410d Engineer (Civil, Public Utilities) . . 375-450 

23.1 1 F414 General Superintendent of Track 

and Roadway 500-575 

23.2 1 G102 General Claims Agent 500-600 

24 3 G106 Claims Adjuster 350-435 

25 23 J4 Laborer 7.60 day 

26 1 J4 Laborer (k 177 

27 36 J66 Garageman 8.00 day 

27.1 4 J68 Sub-Foreman Garageman 8.50 day 

28 126 J152 Trackman 7.60 day 

29 6 J156 Switch Repairer 8.10 day 

30 11 J160 Track Welder 8.10 day 

31 6 J162 Electric Arc Welder 9.70 day 

31.1 7 J164 Sub-Foreman Trackman 8.10 day 

32 7 J166 Track Foreman 8.60 day 

32.1 2 J168 General Foreman Trackman 9.60 day 

32.2 1 M4 Assistant General Superintendent 

Equipment and Overhead Lines 500 

33 1 M5 Assistant Superintendent of 

Equipment and Overhead Lines 375-450 

34 1 M6 Superintendent of Equipment 

and Overhead Lines 450-550 

34.1 1 M7 General Superintendent of 

Equipment and Overhead Lines 600 

34.2 1 M20 Superintendent of Equipment .... 425-475 

34.3 1 M22 Superintendent of Power and Lines 350-400 

34.4 38 M53 Auto Mechanic 10.00 day 

35 33 M54 Auto Machinist 11.12 day 

35.1 7 M55 Foreman Auto Machinist 12.12 day 

36 2 M56 Garage Foreman (i 336 

36.1 2 M57 Sub-Foreman Auto Machinist 11.62 day 

36.2 2 M60 Auto Body and Fender Worker 12.00 day 

37 4 M107 Blacksmith's Finisher 9.80 day 

38 6 M108 Blacksmith 11.40 day 

39 2 MHO Molder's Helper 8.40 day 

40 1 M112 Molder 10.24 day 

41 6 M252 Machinist's Helper 8.40 day 

41.1 18 M253 Machine Tool Operator 8.88 day 

42 22 M254 Machinist 11.12 day 

42.1 2 M268 Foreman Machinist 12.12 day 

43 1 Ol Chauffeur (i 234.50 

43.1 10 Ol Chauffeur 8.00-9.15 day 

43.2 1 O108 Leatherworker 11.12 day 

43.02 2 0166.1 Junior Operating Engineer 200 

43.3 6 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

43.4 1 0173 Superintendent of Cable Machinery 300-350 

43.7 1 0294 General Foreman of Street Repair 250-300 



1392-62 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



Section 72.3. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
MUNICIPAL RAILWAY (Continued) 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

44 1 S5 General Manager, Municipal 

Railway $1,250 

44.1 11 S56 Special Instructor, Municipal 

Railway 200-240 

45 3 S60 Instructor, Municipal Railway 250-300 

46 1110 *S102 Conductor, first six months 90$ 

hour, second six months 92 %$ 
hour, third six months 95$ hour. 
Thereafter 97%$ hour (10$ per 
hour extra while instructing new 
employees as assigned by the 
superintendent. ) 

47 800 S103 Street Car Operators (Female), first 

six months, 90$ hour; second six 
months, 92%$ hour; third six 
months, 95$ hour. Thereafter, 
97%$ hour. 

48 1090 *S104 Motorman, first six months, 90$ 

hour, second six months 92%$ 
hour, third six months 95$ hour. 
Thereafter 97%$ hour (10$ per 
hour extra while instructing new 
employees or while acting as 
motorman on supply car, or as 
crane or derrick operator, as as- 
signed by the superintendent.) 

49 550 S106 Bus Operator, first six months, 95$ 

hour; second six months, 97%$ 
hour; third six months, $1.00 
hour. Thereafter, $1.02%$ hour. 
(10$ extra per hour while in- 
structing new employees as as- 
signed by the superintendent.) 
*In event of a vacancy in the class the position may be abolished 
and the number of positions for class S103 Street Car Operator cor- 
respondingly increased without amendment of this ordinance and 
the street car operator position may be filled subject to the provisions 
of this ordinance. 



Section 72.4. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
MUNICIPAL RAILWAY (Continued) 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

50 91 S110 Inspector, Municipal Railway $200-240 

51 15 S114 Claims Investigator 250-300 

52 10 S120 Day Dispatcher 240-275 

52.1 1 S122 Senior Inspector 250 

53 2 S124 Supervisor of Schedules 240-295 

54 7 SI 28 Division Superintendent, 

Municipal Railway 300-375 

54.1 1 S129 Supervisor of Accident Prevention 300-375 

55 1 SI 30 Assistant Superintendent of Trans- 

portation, Municipal Railway . . . 350-435 

56 2 S132 Superintendent of Transportation, 

Municipal Railway 400-500 

56.1 1 S134 General Superintendent of 

Transportation 550 

57 3 U108 Compressor Operator, portable . . . 10.00 day 

58 1 R106c Supervisor of Activities, Music 

(part time) 50 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



1392-63 



Section 73. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 

1 1 B408 

2 1 Ol 

3 1 U44 



EXECUTIVE 



Compensation 
Schedules 



Class-Title 

General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

Chauffeur 210 

General Manager and Chief Engi- 
neer 833.33 



Section 73.1. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 

(Continued) 

ACCOUNTING AND FINANCIAL 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 



Compensation 
Schedules 



4 


3 


B4 


5 




B6 


5.1 




B10 


6 




B14 


7 




B108 


8 




B210 


8.1 




B222 


9 




B228 


10 


2 


B308 


11 


1 


B311 


12 


3 


B408 



Class-Title 

Bookkeeper $175-225 

Senior Bookkeeper 225-275 

Accountant 275-325 

Senior Accountant 325-400 

Cashier A 325-400 

Office Assistant 125-150 

General Clerk 160-200 

Senior Clerk 200-250 

B308a Calculating Machine Operator 

(Key Drive) 150-190 

Bookkeeping Machine Operator... 160-200 

General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 



Section 73.2. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 

(Continued) 

WATER PURIFICATION DIVISION 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

13 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

14 2 F523 Junior Water Purification Engineer 180-225 

15 3 F524 Water Purification Engineer 250-300 

16 1 F526 Chief Water Purification Engineer. 350-450 

17 1 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 



Section 73.3. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 

(Continued) 

ENGINEERING 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

17.1 1 B239 Statistician (I $225-275 

18 1 B330 Photographer 200-250 

19 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

20 1 F100 Junior Draftsman 180-225 

21 1 F102c Draftsman (Civil) 225-280 

22 2 F104b Senior Draftsman (Civil, Public 

Utilities) 280-325 

23 1 F406c Assistant Engineer (Civil, Public 

Utilities) 300-375 

24 2 F410d Engineer (Civil, Public Utilities) . . 375-450 

25 1 F412b Senior Engineer (Civil, Public 

Utilities) 450-575 



1392-64 FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 

Section 73.4. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 

(Continued) 

HOUSE SERVICE 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

26 2 B454 Telephone Operator $160-200 

27 1 B454 Telephone Operator (part time) . . . 79.50 

28 1 C52 Elevator Operator 140-165 

29 5 C104 Janitor 140-170 

31 1 C107 Working Foreman Janitor 170-200 

31.1 1 C152 Watchman (part time), Relief at 

rate of 140 

32 1 1 122 House Mother 135-160 



Section 73.5. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 

(Continued) 

AGRICULTURAL DIVISION 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

33 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer $160-200 

33.1 1 052 Farmer 150-175 

34 1 V30 Assistant Superintendent, 

Agriculture 215-260 

35 1 V40 Superintendent, Agriculture 260-325 



Section 73.6. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 

(Continued) 

WATER SALES DIVISION 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

36 2 B210 Office Assistant $125-150 

37 1 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

38 1 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

39 2 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

40 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

41 1 N420 Consumer's Complaint Investigator 250-300 

42 1 U80 Assistant Manager, Water Sales . . . 325-400 

43 1 U88 Manager, Water Sales 400-500 



Section 73.7. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 

(Continued) 

SERVICE AND SUPPLY 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

44 4 B222 General Clerk $160-200 

45 1 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

46 1 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

47 7 U122 Consumers' Serviceman 175-210 

47.1 1 U124 Special Complaint Inspector 200-250 

48 2 U127 Water Service Inspector 200-250 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



1392-65 



Section 74. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 

(Continued) 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 

1 6 U127 

2 1 U128 

3 17 B247 



CONSUMERS PREMISES 



Compensation 
Schedules 



Class-Title 

Water Service Inspector $200-250 

Chief Water Service Inspector 250-300 

Meter Reader 160-200 



Section 74.2. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 

(Continued) 

CONSUMERS' ACCOUNTS 
Item No. of Class Compensation 
No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

3.1 1 B68 Chief Clerk $300-375 

4 15 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

5 6 B222 General Clerk (part time) 96 

6 4 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

7 3 B302 Addressing Machine Operator 150-190 

8 14 B311 Bookkeeping Machine Operator... 160-200 

9 1 B312 Senior Bookkeeping Machine 

Operator 200-250 

10 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

11 5 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

12 1 U56 Assistant Supervisor, Consumers' 

Accounts 250-300 

14 1 U62 Supervisor of Closing Bills 225-280 

15 1 U63 Chief Adjuster 225-280 



Section 74.3. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 

(Continued) 

WATER SALES DIVISION— COLLECTIONS 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

16 33 B222 General Clerk $160-200 

17 1 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

18 1 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

19 2 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

20 2 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

21 1 U52 Supervisor of Collections 250-300 



Section 74.4. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 

(Continued) 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 

22 1 B222 

23 1 U51 

24 4 U125 



DOCKS AND SHIPPING 



Compensation 
Schedules 



Class-Title 

General Clerk $160-200 

Supervisor, Docks and Shipping. . . 225-280 
Hoseman, Ships and Docks 175-200 



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Section 74.5. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 

(Continued) 

CITY DISTRIBUTION DIVISION— GENERAL 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 



25 ] 


L B228 


26 ] 


L B408 


26.1 ] 


L B512 


27 ] 


L B512 


27.1 ] 


L F100 


28 ] 


[ F401b 


28.1 ] 


I F401b 


29 1 


' 058 


30 ] 


L O60 


31 4 


[ U130 


32 : 


U138 


33 J 


U142 



34 



U144 



Compensation 
Class-Title Schedules 

Senior Clerk $200-250 

General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

General Clerk-Typist (I 160-200 

General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

Junior Draftsman 180-225 

Junior Engineer (Civil, Public 

Utilities) 225-280 

Junior Engineer (Civil, Public 

Utilities) (I 225-280 

Gardener 150-175 

Sub-Foreman Gardener 175-210 

Reservoir Keeper 175-200 

Supervisor of Yard 225-280 

Assistant Superintendent, 

City Distribution 350-435 

Superintendent, City Distribution. 500-600 



Section 74.6. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 

(Continued) 

PUMPS 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

35 7 0166.1 Junior Operating Engineer $200 

36 4 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

37 1 0172 Chief Operating Engineer 312.50 

Section 74.7. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 

(Continued) 

PUMPS— PENINSULA DIVISION 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

38 4 0166.1 Junior Operating Engineer $200 

39 1 0166.1 Junior Operating Engineer 

(part time) 79.50 

40 2 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 



Section 75. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION— 
MILLBRAE STATION 



Item No. of Class 
No. Employees No. 



Class-Title 



Compensation 
Schedules 



1 

2 

3 

4 

6 

6.1 

7 

7.1 

8 

9 

10 
11 

12 



B228 Senior Clerk $200-250 

B354 General Storekeeper 200-250 

B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

B454 Telephone Operator 160-200 

C152 Watchman 140-165 

C152 Watchman (k 164 

1 12 Cook (i 230.50 

I 60 Housekeeper (part time) 45.50 

O60.1 Foreman Gardener 210-240 

0166.1 Junior Operating Engineer (Z 200 

U228 Meterman, Country 185-225 

U236 Assistant Superintendent, 

Peninsula Division 280-350 

U246 Superintendent, Peninsula Division 400-500 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 1392-67 

Section 75.1. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
PENINSULA DIVISION— RESERVOIRS 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

13 3 I 60 Housekeeper (part time) $ 35 

14 4 U130 Reservoir Keeper 175-200 

15 1 U212 Ranger 165-190 

16 1 U212 Ranger (k 187 

16.1 1 U212 Ranger (k 159 

Section 75.2. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION— 
ALAMEDA SYSTEM 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

17 2 B512 General Clerk-Typist $160-200 

18 1 C102 Janitress (part time) 35 

19 1 058 Gardener 150-175 

20 1 0166.1 Junior Operating Engineer 

(part time) 75 

21 1 U130 Reservoir Keeper 175-200 

22 2 U212 Ranger 165-190 

23 1 U231 Assistant Superintendent, Alameda 

District 200-250 

24 1 U232 Superintendent, Alameda District 280-350 

Section 75.3. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
CITY DISTRIBUTION DIVISION 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

25 2 J 4 Laborer $ 7.60 day 

26 8 U120 Gateman 11.70 day 

Section 75.4. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
PENINSULA DIVISION— MILLBRAE STATION 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

27 1 B454 Telephone Operator (Relief) $ 7.53 day 

28 1 U206 Water Department Worker 7.60 day 

28.1 1 U206 Water Department Worker (k 7.55 day 

Section 75.5. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
AGRICULTURAL DIVISION 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

29 2 J 4 Laborer $ 7.60 day 

30 1 J 10 Labor Sub-Foreman 8.10 day 

Section 75.6. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
GENERAL AND MISCELLANEOUS 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

31 Teams and trucks at rates fixed in 

purchaser's contracts. 

Section 75a. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
CIVILIAN DEFENSE 

The following positions are not established as continuing positions 
but "as needed" when services are required and funds are provided: 

I « m « No ; of c l ass Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 2 B454 Telephone Operator $160-200 



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FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



Section 76. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION- 
SAN FRANCISCO WATER DEPARTMENT 

FUNCTIONAL EMPLOYMENT AS NEEDED 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 4 A154 Carpenter $ 12.00 day 

2 1 A354 Painter 12.00 day 

3 1 A404 Plumber (g 289 

4 1 B327 Photostat Operator 160-200 

5 2 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

6 1 E154 Lineman (h 295 

7 2 F202 Inspector of Public Works Con- 

struction 200-250 

9 2 F401b Junior Engineer (Civil, Public 

Utilities) 225-280 

10 1 F604 Surveyor's Field Assistant 200-250 

11 50 J 4 Laborer 7.60 day 

12 2 J 66 Garageman 8.00 day 

12.1 1 M53 Auto Mechanic 10.00 day 

13 7 M54 Auto Machinist 11.12 day 

13.1 1 M60 Auto Fender and Body Worker 12.00 day 

13.2 1 M252 Machinist's Helper 8.40 day 

14 4 M254 Machinist 11.12 day 

15 1 M266 Foreman, Meter Repair (i 271.50 

16 1 M270 Superintendent, Machine Shop and 

Equipment 300-350 

17 4 Ol Chauffeur 9.15 day 

17.1 1 052 Farmer 150-175 

17.2 3 058 Gardener 150-175 

18 1 OH6 Teamster, Two Horse Vehicle 8.10 day 

19 5 166.1 Junior Operating Engineer 200 

20 1 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

21 2 U108 Compressor Operator, Portable 10.00 day 

22 13 U112 Pipe Caulker 11.20 day 

23 5 U114 Main Pipe Foreman 11.70 day 

24 16 U116 Service Man 11.20 day 

25 1 U120 Gateman 11.70 day 

25.1 1 U130 Reservoir Keeper 175-200 

26 1 U136 General Foreman, Service and 

Meters 260-325 

27 1 U140 General Foreman, Main Pipes ..... 280-350 

28 20 U206 Water Department Worker 7.60 day 

29 2 U227 General Maintenance Foreman 225-280 

30 3 U230 Maintenance Foreman 200-225 



Section 77. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION 

INTERDEPARTMENTAL SERVICES 
FOR CONSTRUCTION AND OTHER ACTIVITIES 

(Not included in Budget Estimates, submitted for inclusion in 
Salary Ordinance only to establish classifications as needed.) 

(The rates of pay herein specified are maximum rates. Lower 
rates may be paid.) 

Item 
No. Departmental Title 

1 Assistant Hydraulic Engineer 

2 Assistant Bacteriologist 

3 Assistant Biologist 

4 Assistant Electrical Engineer 

5 Assistant Mechanical Engineer 

6 Auto Machinist 

7 Blacksmith 

8 Blacksmith's Helper 



Per 
Hour 


Per 
Day 


Per 
Month 

$375 




$11.12 

11.40 

8.50 


375 
375 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



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Section 77. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION (Cont'd) 
INTERDEPARTMENTAL SERVICES (Continued) 
FOR CONSTRUCTION AND OTHER ACTIVITIES (Cont'd) 
Item Per Per Per 

No. Departmental Title Hour Day Month 

9 Bacteriologist 

10 Biologist 

11 Boilermaker 10.72 

12 Boilermaker's Helper 8.50 

13 Brakeman 7.60 

14 Bookkeeper 225 

15 Construction Superintendent 14.00 

16 Construction Foreirian 13.00 

17 Clerk (experienced) 

18 Cable Splicer 13.60 

19 Carpenter 12.00 

20 Carpenter Foreman 13.00 

21 Cement Finisher 12.00 

22 Cement Gun Operator 8.00 

23 Clerk, General 200 

24 Cook 9.00 

25 Cook's Helper 7.00 

26 Compressorman 10.00 

27 Construction Engineer 600 

28 Concrete Man 7.60 

29 Concrete Foreman 8.60 

30 Chainman 250 

31 Chucktender 8.10 

32 Comptometer Operator 190 

33 Draftsman 280 

34 Detectorman 225 

35 Dishwasher 135 

36 Designer 375 

37 Driver 9.15 

38 Driver (Tractor) 13.00 

39 Diver, per dive $25 

40 Estimator 280 

41 Electrician 13.60 

42 Engineer (Mechanical) 450 

43 Engineer Assistant 375 

44 Engineer (Assistant Construction) 375 

45 Photostat Operator 200 

46 General Clerk-Typist 200 

47 Architectural Draftsman 280 

48 Architectural Designer 375 

49 Architect 450 

50 Civil Engineering Designer 375 

51 Electrical Engineering Draftsman 280 

52 Electrical Engineering Designer ........ 375 

53 Electrical Engineering Inspector 325 

54 Electrical Engineer 450 

55 Hydraulic Engineering Designer 375 

56 Mechanical Draftsman 280 

57 Mechanical Engineering Designer 375 

58 Structural Draftsman 280 

59 Structural Engineering Designer 375 

60 Structural Engineering Inspector 325 

61 Structural Engineer 450 

62 Assistant Chief Surveyor 275 

63 Chief Surveyor 325 

64 Foreman 13.00 

65 Foreman 10.00 

66 Foreman, General 14.00 

67 Field Assistant 250 

68 Fire Boss 250 



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FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



Section 77. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION (Cont'd) 
INTERDEPARTMENTAL SERVICES (Continued) 
FOR CONSTRUCTION AND OTHER ACTIVITIES (Cont'd) 

Item Per Per Per 
No. Departmental Title Hour Day Month 

69 Form Man 7.60 

70 Grout Gunman 8.00 

71 Gunite Helper 7.60 

72 Gunite Mixerman 8.40 

73 Gate Tender 7.60 

74 Graderman 7.60 

75 Groundman 7.60 

76 Engineer of Hoisting and 

Portable Engines 13.00 

77 Hodcarrier 12.20 

78 Hostler 8.00 

79 Housesmith 12.00 

80 Housesmith Foreman 14.00 

81 Inspector 250 

82 Inspector, Engineer 280 

83 Inspector, Chief 325 

84 Janitress 155 

85 Janitor 170 

86 Jackhammerman 8.00 

87 Kitchen Helper 135 

88 Laborer 7.60 

89 Lineman 12.60 

90 Lampman 150 

91 Lineman Helper 8.50 

92 Mechanic, Camp 11.12 

93 Machinist 11.12 

94 Machinist's Helper 8.40 

95 Machineman 9.00 

96 Master Mechanic 453.50 

97 Mixerman 7.60 

98 Motorman . 7.60 

99 Motorman (Gas) 8.00 

100 Mucker 7.60 

101 Miner 9.00 

102 Nozzleman 7.60 

103 Nurse 175 

104 Nipper 7.60 

105 Pipe-Joint Inspector 250 

106 Plasterer 14.00 

107 Painter 12.00 

108 Plumber 13.60 

109 Physician 337.50 

110 Porter 7.60 

111 Powderman 7.60 

112 Power Shovel Operator $2.00 

113 Power Shovel Oiler 1.33% 

114 Pumpman 7.60 

115 Rigger 7.60 

116 Rescueman 7.60 

117 Safetyman 250 

118 Steelworker 12.00 

119 Surveyor ' 275 

120 Sanitary Engineer (as needed) 106 

121 Steam Shovel Engineer 2.00 

122 Steam Shovel Fireman 1.33% 

123 Steam Shovel Oiler 1.33% 

124 Steam Shovel Watchman 7.60 

125 Superintendent 500 

126 Steamfitter 13.60 

127 Skiptender 7.60 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



1392-71 



Section 77. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION (Cont'd) 
INTERDEPARTMENTAL SERVICES (Continued) 
FOR CONSTRUCTION AND OTHER ACTIVITIES (Cont'd) 



Item 
No. Departmental Title 

128 Sub-Foreman 

129 Special Agent 

130 Stenographer 

131 Storekeeper, General 

132 Tunnel Superintendent 

133 Tractor Driver 

134 Tool Sharpener 

135 Tool Sharpener's Helper 

136 Tunnel Superintendent Assistant 

137 Templateman 

138 Typist 

139 Timekeeper 

140 Waiter 

141 Water Pipe Welder 

142 Welder 

143 Welder Helper 

144 Watchman 

145 Waterboy 

146 Trucks and teams at rates established by 

Purchaser's contracts. 

147 Subject to prior approval of the Civil 

Service Commission, other classifica- 
tions as needed for emergency work at 
rates not to exceed that prevailing for 
the particular classification. 



Per 
Hour 



Per 
Day 

8.10 



13.00 

11.40 

8.50 

7.60 



8.10 

10.72 

8.50 



Per 

Month 



225 
200 
250 
300 



250 

200 
200 
135 



155 
106 



Section 83. 



Item 
No. 

1 

2 



BOARD OF EDUCATION 

(County Offices, etc.) 



No. o* Class 
Employees No. 

1 

1 



Class-Title 
Superintendent of Schools . . . 
Associate Deputy in Charge of 

Business 

Associate Deputy in Charge of 

Education 



Maximum 

Annual 

Compensation 

(b $ 10,000 



(e 



7,500 



(e 7,500 



B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 



Section 83.1. BOARD OF EDUCATION-— 

NON-CERTIFICATED EMPLOYEES 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 A6 Supervisor of Maintenance and 

Repair of School Buildings $400-450 

2 5 A154 Carpenter 12.00 day 

3 1 A160 Foreman Carpenter (h 304.50 

4 5 A354 Painter 12.00 day 

5 6 B4 Bookkeeper 175-225 

6 5 B6 Senior Bookkeeper 225-275 

6.1 1 B10 Accountant 275-325 

7 2 B14 Senior Accountant 325-400 

8 1 B58 Secretary, Board of Education . . . 400-500 

9 1 B180 Administrative Assistant 300-375 

10 3 B210 Office Assistant 125-150 

11 2 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

12 1 B228 Senior Clerk . ... 200-250 

13 6 B308a Calculating Machine Operator 

(key drive) 150-190 

14 2 B311 Bookkeeping Machine Operator... 160-200 



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FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 



Section 83.1. BOARD OF EDUCATION— 

NON-CERTIFICATED EMPLOYEES 
(Continued) 
Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

15 30 B352 Storekeeper 160-200 

16 1 B354 General Storekeeper 200-250 

17 1 B380 Armorer, R.O.T.C 160-200 

18 3 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer ... (a 215 

19 108 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

20 12 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer (part 

time), $2.89 to $3.62 for actual 
evenings served 

21 16 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer, $7.71 

to $9.64 per day for actual days 

served 

21.1 14 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer, 7 
hours per day, $6.75 to $8.44 per 
day for actual days served 

22 5 B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

23 3 B454 Telephone Operator 160-200 

24 1 B512 General Clerk-Typist (a 215 

25 16 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

26 155 C102 Janitress 130-155 

27 1 C102 Janitress (part time) 15 

28 5 C102 Janitress (part time) at rate of 130-155 

29 210 C104 Janitor 140-170 

29.1 1 C104 Janitor (k 164 

30 5 C104 Janitor (part time) at the rate of 

$140 to $170 per month prorated 

31 2 C104 Janitor (part time) 25 

32 22 C107 Working Foreman Janitor 170-200 

33 1 C110 Supervisor of Janitors 225-280 

33.1 1 Clll Assistant Supervisor of Janitors. . . .175-210 

34 1 C152 Watchman (part time) 75 

35 4 112 Cook 9.00 day 

37 3 12 Kitchen Helper (part time) 

at rate of 110-135 

38 20 J78 Stockman 170-200 

39 1 J78 Stockman (k 199 

40 1 J80 Foreman Stockman 200-230 

41 1 L360 Physician (part time) 200 

42 1 Ol Chauffeur 210 

43 1 Ol Chauffeur 8.00 day 

44 13 058 Gardener 150-175 

45 1 061 Supervisor of Grounds 250-300 

46 1 O104 Moving Picture Operator 200-250 

47 2 0122 Window Shade Worker (g 206.50 

48 17 0168.1 Operating Engineer 250 

49 168.1 Operating Engineer 

(part time relief) 125 

50 1 0172 Chief Operating Engineer (a 325 

50.1 1 Y51 Ceramist (part time) at the rate of 

$25 per firing, not to exceed $75 
per month 

51 Referees and Umpires, $1 to $3 per 

game (as needed) 

53 Temporary evening school clerks as 

needed, $3 per evening 

54 Part time employment as needed at 

pro rata of rates fixed in Salary 
Standardization Ordinance .... 

TRUCK RENTAI^-CONTRACTUAL 

55 Trucks (as needed) at rates estab- 

lished by Purchaser's contract. 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 1392-73 

Section 84. CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 3 Commissioners (b $100 

2 2 B210 Office Assistant 125-150 

3 2 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

4 1 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

5 3 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

6 7 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

8 8 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

9 2 B516 Senior Clerk-Typist 200-250 

10 5 G51 Personnel Assistant 175-225 

11 5 G52 Senior Personnel Assistant 225-275 

12 5 G58 Civil Service Examiner 275-350 

13 1 G59.1 Supervisor of Wage Scales 

and Classifications 350-425 

14 1 G59.2 Supervisor of Examinations 350-425 

15 1 G62 Personnel Director and Secretary . . 500-625 



Section 85. RETIREMENT SYSTEM 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B82 Secretary-Actuary, Retirement 

System (part time) $450 

2 1 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

3 1 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

4 1 B244 Actuarial Clerk 250-300 

4.1 1 B302 Addressing Machine Operator 150-190 

5 4 B308a Calculating Machine Operator 

(key drive) 150-190 

6 6 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

7 1 B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

7.1 2 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

7.2 1 G110 Compensation Claims Adjuster 300-375 

8 1 L360 Physician (part time) 350 

8.1 1 L360 Physician (part time) 150 

9 1 N410 Investigator 200-250 

10 Medical examiners and medical 

testimony as needed at fees fixed 
by Retirement Board 

11 B83 Consulting Actuary (as needed) ... 50 day 

12 B421 Court Reporter (as needed) at 

$12.50 per day plus transcrip- 
tions. 



Section 86. COORDINATING COUNCIL 

Item No. of Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 B69 Secretary, Coordinating Council . . $275-350 

2 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

3 2 T140 District Coordinator 200-250 



1392-74 FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 

Section 86a. HEALTH SERVICE SYSTEM 

Item No. ol Class Compensation 

No. Employees No. Class-Title Schedules 

1 1 Medical Director (e $600 

2 1 B79 Secretary 275-350 

3 1 B222 General Clerk 160-200 

4 1 B228 Senior Clerk 200-250 

5 1 B234 Head Clerk 250-300 

6 2 B310 Tabulating Machine Operator 175-210 

7 1 B310.1 Senior Tabulating Machine 

Operator 210-250 

8 1 B408 General Clerk-Stenographer 160-200 

9 1 B412 Senior Clerk-Stenographer 200-250 

10 1 B454 Telephone Operator 160-200 

11 3 B512 General Clerk-Typist 160-200 

12 2 L70 Physiotherapist 165-200 

Section 87. If any section, subsection, sentence, clause or phrase 
of this ordinance is for any reason held to be unconstitutional, such 
decision shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of this 
ordinance; if any compensation herein fixed is held to be contrary 
to the provisions of the Charter or other law or statute such decision 
shall not affect the validity of any other compensation fixed in this 
ordinance. The Board of Supervisors hereby declares that it would 
have passed this ordinance and each section, subsection, sentence, 
clause and phrase hereof, and approved and adopted each rate of 
compensation herein, irrespective of the fact that any one or more 
other sections, subsections, sentences, clauses or phrases may be 
declared unconstitutional, or that any compensation may be declared 
contrary to law. 

WILLIAM L. HENDERSON, 
Recommended by the Civil Service Commission. 

JOHN J. O'TOOLE, 
Approved as to form by the City Attorney. 

Finally Passed by the following vote: 

Ayes: Supervisors Brown, Colman, Gallagher, Gartland, Green, 
MacPhee, Mancuso, Mead — 8. 

Absent: Supervisors Meyer, Sullivan, Uhl — 3. 

Opposing Installation of Ammunition Dump at California City. 
Supervisor Brown presented: 
Proposal No. 4840, Resolution No (Series of 1939), as follows: 

Whereas, despite considerable opposition, the United States Gov- 
ernment has indicated its intention to install an ammunition dump of 
major proportion at California City situate in close proximity to the 
populous metropolitan district of San Francisco; and 

Whereas, if consummated the plan for establishment of such a 
dangerous instrumentality in close proximity to the hub of industrial 
activities and valuable property installations on the Pacific Coast will 
constitute an unwarranted and unnecessary hazard; and 

Whereas, while San Francisco has no desire to impede the war 
effort in any manner it is confidently asserted that there are other 
locations available for this purpose where the hazard to life and 
property would be reduced to a minimum and from which locations 
operations of such character can be carried on without undue incon- 
venience; now, therefore, be it 

Resolved, That this Board of Supervisors does hereby officially 



FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 1392-75 

record itself as opposed to the installation of an ammunition dump at 
California City or at any other place except a location remote from 
the populous communities of the Pacific Coast; and be it 

Further Resolved, That copies of this resolution be sent to that 
agency of the United States Government having jurisdiction over the 
proposal for the installation of an ammunition dump at California 
City; and be it 

Further Resolved, That copies of this resolution be sent to Senators 
Johnson and Downey and to Congressmen Welch and Havenner with 
the request that they exert their best efforts to the end that the pro- 
posal referred to may not be executed. 

Supervisor Brown, after explaining the foregoing proposal, moved 
for suspension of the rules for the purpose of immediate considera- 
tion of the foregoing. 

Supervisor Colman objected to suspension of the rules. 

Thereupon, the Chair referred the foregoing proposal to the County, 
State and National Affairs Committee. 

ADJOURNMENT. 

There being no further business, the Board, at the hour of 11:50 
A. M., adjourned. 

DAVID A. BARRY, Clerk. 



Approved by the Board of Supervisors January 7, 1946. 



Pursuant to Resolution No. 3402 (New Series) of the Board of 
Supervisors of the City and County of San Francisco, I, David A. 
Barry, hereby certify that the foregoing are true and correct copies of 
the Journals of Proceedings of said Board of the dates hereon stated 
and approved as recited. 



DAVID A. BARRY, 

Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, 
City and County of San Francisco. 



Vol. 40 No. 23 



Monday, May 28, 1945 



Journal of Proceedings 
Board of Supervisors 

City and County of San Francisco 






Printed by 

THE RECORDER PRINTING & PUBLISHING COMPANY 

99 South Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, 3 



JOURNAL OF PROCEEDINGS 
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 



MONDAY, MAY 28, 1945—2:00 P. M. 



In Board of Supervisors, San Francisco, Monday, May 28, 1945, 
2:00 p. m. 

The Board of Supervisors met in regular session. 

CALLING THE ROLL. 

The roll was called and the following Supervisors were noted 
present: 

Supervisors Brown, Colman, Gallagher, Gartland, Green, MacPhee, 
Mancuso, Mead, Meyer, Sullivan — 10. 

Absent: Supervisor Uhl — 1. 

Quorum present. 

President Dan Gallagher presiding. 

Supervisor Uhl on leave of absence. 

APPROVAL OF JOURNAL. 

The Journal of Proceedings of the meeting of April 30, 1945, was 
considered read and approved. 

Communications. 

Communications, as follows, were presented, read by the Clerk, 
and acted on as noted: 

From Chief Administrative Officer, copies of communications re- 
ceived in reference to amendment to Farmers' Market ordinance, 
which permit the pooling of farmers' shipments of surplus crops to 
the market. 

Referred to Commercial and Industrial Development Committee. 

From his Honor the Mayor, copy of report on legislative matters 
for the week ending May 25, 1945. 

Referred to County, State and National Affairs Committee. 

From his Honor the Mayor, returning Proposal No. 4800, endorsing 
the purposes of A. B. 3, and giving his reasons therefor. 
Referred to County, State and National Affairs Committee. 

From Mrs. Una C. Bush, commending the members of the Board 
who voted for the "Trader Vic" lease. 
Filed. 

From San Francisco Federation of Municipal Employees, request- 
ing a new salary standardization survey for fiscal year 1946-1947. 
Referred to Finance Committee. 

From his Honor the Mayor, copy of letter addressed to Barnet 
Hodes, Corporation Counsel, Law Department, City of Chicago, in 
reply to Mr. Hodes' request that the Mayor join with the Mayors of 
other cities in support of Senate Joint Resolution 7, which provides 
for the establishment of a National Inter-faith Memorial in Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Referred to County, State and National Affairs Committee. 

(1393) 



1394 MONDAY, MAY 28, 1945 

From his Honor the Mayor, requesting the Board to authorize the 
Chief Administrative Officer to sign request for $249,621, the city's 
share in the widening of Army Street, San Jose Avenue and Guer- 
rero Street. 

After brief discussion, and on motion by Supervisor MacPhee, 
seconded by Supervisor Meyer, the Chief Administrative Officer was 
authorized to sign request. 

From Andrew F. Burke, attorney representing Mrs. Mary Alice 
Finnigan, protesting against the City Planning Commission's inten- 
tion to rezone northeasterly corner of Taraval and Thirty-sixth Ave- 
nue and northwesterly corner of Thirty-seventh Avenue and Tara- 
val Street, from Second to First Residential District. 

Referred to Public Buildings and Lands Committee. 

Presentation of Guest. 

Supervisor Mead, noting the presence in the chambers of Captain 
E. J. Spaulding, United States Navy, formerly a Supervisor of the 
City and County of San Francisco, and moved that the President 
invite him to a seat on the rostrum. 

No objection, and so ordered. 

SPECIAL ORDER— 2:30 P. M. 

Sale of City Lands Not Needed for Governmental Uses. 

On motion by Supervisor MacPhee, Public Utilities Commission, or 
its representative, and Mr. Nelson Eckart, Chief Engineer, San Fran- 
cisco Water Department, to discuss the sale of unused and unneeded 
City owned land. Particular reference is made to land in San Mateo 
County. 

Monday, May 21, 1945 — Consideration postponed until Monday, 
May 28, 1945, at 2:30 p. m. 

Discussion. 

Mr. E. G. Cahill addressed the Board, explaining why he had rec- 
ommended the sale of certain land referred to in motion by Super- 
visor MacPhee at $1,000 per acre. Public Utilities lands whose use is 
not now needed, or need in the future not contemplated, is offered 
for sale whenever the price offered is considered right. 

Mr. Cahill then took the opportunity to discuss with the Board 
another matter — that of water rates. He pointed out that $2,000,000 
per year was necessary for additions and betterments. The Mayor, 
the Finance Committee and the Board of Supervisors have already 
approved $1,600,000 in the budget for the coming fiscal year. He 
agreed with statement made in meeting of the Finance Committee 
with the Mayor that in general a utility should pay its own bills. 
About $15,000,000 have been diverted from betterments and addi- 
tions during the past fifteen years, since the City and County took 
over the Spring Valley Water Company. This year the Water De- 
partment will require more than $2,000,000 from taxes to meet the 
needs of the department. To restore the 15 per cent cut will provide 
about $1,429,000. This will fall far short of the requirement of this 
fiscal year or any subsequent year. 

Supervisor Brown remarked that the Board was told during the 
budget hearings that the amount to be taken from surplus was about 
$570,000. 

Mr. Cahill answered, stating that the actual situation was that after 
taking the water department and the power department revenues, a 
shortage of $2,026,000 would be required to be made up from taxes. 
In reply to statement by Supervisor Brown that the water depart- 
ment has never paid any part of Hetch Hetchy bond interest and 



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redemption, Mr. Cahill declared that it had paid a material part. In 
order to pay its own way, which, Mr. Cahill assumed was the recom- 
mendation of all concerned, would require the restoration of the ten 
per cent original reduction in water rates. 

After further brief discussion, Mr. Cahill stated that he was speak- 
ing only as Manager of Utilities, and was not speaking for the Public 
Utilities Commission. Mr. Cahill again stated that he felt that a 
utility should pay its own way and should not fall back on the tax 
rate, except in a special case like the airport, and that only for a 
limited number of years. 

Mr. Joseph Phillips, Director of Property, referring to the sale of 
some thirty-three acres of land in San Mateo County, which cost the 
city $400 per acre, stated that offers to purchase at price ranging 
from $300 to $1,000 per acre had been received. He believed the 
present was the best time to sell. 

Mr. Cahill reported that it was the opinion of Mr. Sam McKee, 
Public Utilities Commissioner and a real estate broker, that the 
present was not a good time to sell. 

Supervisor Brown then inquired if the Board of Supervisors might 
expect any increase in water rates this year, or if the taxpayers 
would be called on to meet the additional required expense, of the 
department. 

Mr. Cahill replied that the Public Utilities Commission had not 
yet determined the matter. However, he thoroughly believed in the 
doctrine that a utility should pay out of its revenue, all its operating 
costs, additions and betterments, and bond interest and redemption. 

Whereupon, Supervisor Brown announced that his own attitude 
next year would be determined in large part on whether the Com- 
missioners decide to finance additions and betterments out of its 
revenues or allow the taxpayers to carry the burden. 

Mr. Cahill announced that undoubtedly a determination would be 
made shortly of the Commission's policy. 

Supervisor Colman expressed accord with the views advanced. 
Utilities should pay their own way. 

SPECIAL ORDER— 2:30 P. M. 

Regarding Reduction of Street Railway Fares for School Children. 

Consideration of opinion of the City Attorney, pursuant to motion 
by Supervisor Brown, as to the power of the Public Utilities Com- 
mission to make a reduction in the street railway fares for school 
children. 

Monday, April 16, 1945 — Consideration continued until Monday, 
April 23, 1945, at 2:30 p.m. 

Monday, April 23, 1945 — Consideration continued until Monday, 
April 30, 1945, at 2:30 p. m. 

Monday, April 30, 1945 — Consideration continued until Monday, 
May 21, 1945, at 2:30 p. m. 

Monday, May 21, 1945 — Consideration postponed until Monday, 
May 28, 1945, at 2:30 p. m. 

Discussion. 

The City Attorney presented an opinion, pursuant to motion by 
Supervisor Brown, as to the power of the Public Utilities Commission 
to reduce street railway fares for school children or to liberalize the 
use of school tickets, in which he ruled that the Commission could 
make a reduction in fares or could liberalize the use of such tickets. 



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Thereupon, Supervisor Brown moved that the Board reaffirm to 
the Public Utilities Commission its request made on October 16, 1944, 
that the Commission give the matter full consideration, and if pos- 
sible increase the hours during which school tickets might be used. 

No objection, and motion carried. 

SPECIAL ORDER— 2:30 P. M. 

Hearing of George W. Stevens and Wanda N. Stevens, in opposition 
to transferring by the Tax Collector, of payment credited to the first 
installment of Lot 21 A, Block 1638, to another real property pursuant 
to the provisions of Section 4911 of the Revenue and Taxation Code. 

Discussion. 

Mr. Albora explained to the Board the situation from which the 
protest of George W. and Wanda N. Stevens against transfer of credit 
of tax payment had arisen. Mrs. George H. Wells of 658 Seventh 
Avenue, filed with the Tax Collector a cancellation voucher. She had 
by mistake paid taxes on Lot 21a, Block 1638, instead of on Lot 22, 
Block 1638. The Tax Collector on receiving the cancellation voucher, 
notified Mrs. Stevens of the action by Mrs. Wells. Mrs. Wells has 
receipt showing that she paid the taxes on Mrs. Stevens' property, 
but Mrs. Stevens contends that she, too, paid the taxes. The Tax 
Collector has a record of one payment. 

Mrs. Stevens declared that she had paid the taxes on her property, 
although Mrs. Wells claims she had paid the taxes. 

Mrs. Wells also declared that she had paid the taxes in error and 
presented receipt showing payment. 

After further brief discussion and statements by both Mrs. Stevens 
and Mrs. Wells, Supervisor Co