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for sites for engine houses; for the construction, equipment, repair and necessary supplies of engine houses; for the construction and repair of cisterns, for the erection of hydrants, for the purchase and repair of fire engines, hose carts, hook and ladder carriages, and for the purchase of all other apparatus and appliances and things of every nature and description necessary for the extinguishment of fires; for all other things necessarily used in the engine houses and buildings of the Department; for all necessary horses, harness, horse feed and stable supplies; for all necessary material, supplies and labor for the maintenance and operation of the Fire Department Yard and Workshop; for all material and supplies necessary for the maintenance, extension and repair of the Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph; and for offices and necessary furniture and supplies for the Board of Fire Commissioners.

Sec. 9. The Health Department Fund shall consist of the moneys annually apportioned to said Fund and of such other moneys as may come into said Fund.

Out of said Fund shall be paid the salaries of all officers and employees of the Board of Health, and any and all other salaries and expenses incurred in the administration of said Health Department, and not expressly provided to be paid out of some other fund.

Sec. 10. The Hospital and Almshouse Fund shall consist of the moneys annually apportioned to said Fund; of all moneys received from the City and County Hospital and from the Almshouse; and of such other inoneys as may come into said Fund.

Out of said Fund shall be paid the salaries of all officers and employees of the City and County Hospital; all sums authorized to be paid for material and supplies required for or used in the maintenance of the City and County Hospital and for the treatment and care of the patients therein; the salaries and wages of the officers and employees of the Almshouse, and all sums authorized to be paid for material and supplies required for or used in the maintenance of the Alms house and the care and support of the inmates thereof; the salaries and wages of the officers and employees of the Hospital for Contagious Diseases; and all sums authorized to be paid for the maintenance of said Hospital for Contagious Disease.

Sec. 11. The Park Improvement Fund shall consist of the moneys annually apportioned to said Fund; of all moneys accruing from rents of grounds, or permits in the parks, or from public property under the control of the Park Commissioners, or arising from the sale of articles from said parks; and of all moneys coming into said Fund by donation, bequest or otherwise.

Out of said Fund shall be paid all sums authorized to be paid for such material, supplies, tools, machinery, appliances, labor and service, as well as for seeds, plants, vines, shrubs, trees, animals and museums, which the Park Commissioners may procure for preserving, improving and beautifying Golden Gate Park and the other public grounds under the control of said Commissioners.

SEC. 12. The Library Fund shall consist of the moneys annually apportioned to said Fund and of all moneys accruing to said Fund by donation, bequest or otherwise.

Out of said Fund shall be paid all sums necessary for the purchase, lease or improvement of real estate, the construction and furnishing of suitable buildings, the salaries and wages of officers and employees of the Public Library and Reading Rooms, the purchase of books, journals and periodicals, and such supplies as may be used in the maintenance of said Library and Reading Rooms and its branches.

SEC. 13. The New City Hall Fund shall consist of the moneys arising from taxes annually levied and apportioned to said Fund.

Out of said Fund shall be paid all sums authorized to be paid for the material, labor and service necessary for the completion of the New City Hall.

Sec. 14. The Public Building Fund shall consist of the moneys arising from taxes annually levied and apportioned to said Fund.

Out of said Fund shall be paid all sums authorized to be paid for the material, labor and service necessary for the construction and repair of public buildings.

Sec. 15. The Stationery Fund shall consist of the moneys annually apportioned to said Fund.

Out of said Fund shall be paid all sums authorized to be paid for books, blanks, stationery, printing and publishing required by said city and county, or by the officers thereof in the performance of their official duties, and not otherwise provided for.

Sec. 16. The Salary Fund shall consist of the moneys annually apportioned to said Fund and of all fees collected in the various Offices and Departments not specially appropriated to some other Fund.

Out of said Fund shall be paid all salaries not specifically required to be paid out of some other specific fund.

Sec. 17. The Jail Fund shall consist of moneys annually apportioned to said Fund.

Out of said Fund shall be paid all sums authorized to be paid for the maintenance of the City and County Jails, and the inmates thereof, and any public reform school provided by law.

SEC. 18. The City Prison Fund shall consist of moneys annually apportioned to said Fund.

Out of said Fund shall be paid all sums authorized to be paid for the maintenance of the city prison and the inmates thereof.

Sec. 19. The Advertising Fund shall consist of the moneys annually apportioned to said Fund.

Out of said Fund shall be paid all sums authorized to be paid for the advertising of said city and county, and of the several Departments and Officers thereof.

Sec. 20. The Receiving Hospital Fund shall consist of the moneys annually apportioned to said Fund.

Out of said Fund shall be paid all sums authorized to be paid for the maintenance and support of the City Receiving Hospital.

Sec. 21. The Election Fund shall consist of the moneys annually apportioned to said Fund.

Out of said Fund shall be paid all sums authorized to be paid for the expenses of election and the registration of voters, except the salaries of permanent officers, which shall be paid out of the Salary Fund.

Sec. 22. The Water Supply Fund shall consist of the

moneys annually apportioned to said Fund. Out of said Fund shall be paid all sums authorized to be paid for water supplied and furnished to the city and county government, and to the several branches, departments, buildings, squares and parks thereof, except Golden Gate Park, the water supplied to which shall be paid for out of the Park Improvement Fund.

SEC. 23. The Police Relief and Pension Fund shall consist of the moneys annually apportioned to said fund.

Out of said fund shall be paid all sums authorized to be paid in the manner provided by this Charter to members of the police force for relief and pensions.

SEC. 24. The Firemen's Relief and Pension Fund shall consist of the moneys properly belonging to said fund, or annually apportioned thereto.

Out of said fund shall be paid all sums authorized in the inanner provided in this Charter to be paid to members of the Fire Department for relief and pensions.

SEC. 25. If the Supervisors appropriate money for any other purpose besides those enumerated in this Chapter, it shall at once, when paid into the Treasury, be apportioned to and kept in a separate specific fund, which said Fund shall receive an appropriate designation and shall consist of the moneys apportioned to or paid into the same; and out of said fund shall be paid only such demands as are properly chargeable thereto within the purposes of such appropriation.

SEC. 26. The Surplus Fund shall consist of the money remaining at the end of any fiscal year in any other specific fund, except the Common School Fund and other specific funds as are by this Charter otherwise expressly provided for, after all valid demands, indebtedness and liabilities against such other specific funds incurred within such fiscal year have been paid and discharged; provided, that all disputed or contested claims payable out of such specific funds have been finally adjudicated.

Said surplus fund shall be used for the purposes and in the order following:

1st. In payment of any final judgment against said city and county; but no judgment shall be deemed final until passed upon finally by the Court of last resort.

2d. In liquidation and extinguishment, under such regulations as the Supervisors may adopt, of any outstanding funded debt of said city and county.

3d. To be carried over and apportioned among the specific funds and used in the ensuing fiscal year as part of the income and revenue thereof.

Sec. 27. The Special Deposit Fund shall consist of all moneys paid into Court and deposited with the Treasurer by the County Clerk; of all moneys received

by the Public Administrator and deposited by him with the Treasurer; and of all other moneys deposited with the Treasurer on special deposit.

The moneys in said fund shall be paid out in the manner prescribed by law; but all demands against said Fund must be allowed by the Auditor in the manner required in other cases.

Sec. 28. Any moneys remaining at the end of any fiscal year in the Common School Fund, the Street Department Fund, the Park Improvement Fund, the Library Fund, the New City Hall Fund, the Police Relief and Pension Fund, the Firemens' Relief and Pension Fund, and the Public Building Fund, shall be carried forward to said respective funds for the ensuing fiscal year; but when the New City Hall shall be completed the surplus money in the New City Hall Fund shall be transferred to the Surplus Fund and thereafter the said New City Hall Fund shall cease.

Sec. 29. Any demand against the Treasury or against any fund thereof remaining unpaid at the end of the fiscal year for lack of money in the Treasury applicable to its payment, may be paid out of any money which may subsequently come into the proper fund from delinquent taxes or other uncollected income or revenue for such year. Such demands shall be paid out of such delinquent revenue, when collected, in the order of their registration.

Sec. 30. Any expenditure contemplated by the Supervisors for any purpose shall be provided for and specifically named in the tax levy; and when collected shall be placed in a specific fund, and used only for such contemplated purpose, and shall be subject in all respects to the rules governing the other specific funds; but nothing herein contained shall be deemed to authorize the raising or expenditure of money unless authorized by law or this Charter.

SEC. 31. When there shall be to the credit of any sinking fund in the Treasury a sum not less than twenty thousand dollars, which may be applied to the redemption of any outstanding bonds to which said fund is applicable, which are not redeemable before their maturity, it shall be the duty of the Mayor, Auditor and Treasurer to advertise for thirty days, inviting proposals for the surrender and redemption of said

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