§ 16.106.

CULTURAL, EDUCATIONAL AND RECREATIONAL APPROPRIATIONS

The Board of Supervisors shall annually appropriate:

1. To the Arts Commission, the revenue from a tax of one-eighth of one cent ($0.00125) per one hundred dollars ($100) of taxable assessed valuation in the City and County for maintaining a symphony orchestra;

2. To the Asian Art Commission, an amount sufficient for the purpose of maintaining, displaying, and providing for the security of the City and County’s collection of Asian art;

3. To the California Academy of Sciences, funds necessary for the maintenance, operation and continuance of the Steinhart Aquarium; the Board of Supervisors shall have the power to furnish to the California Academy of Sciences such funds as the Board shall deem proper for the maintenance, operation and continuance of any or all other of the buildings and improvements placed under the control of the California Academy of Sciences;

4. To the Fine Arts Museums Board of Trustees, an amount sufficient for the purpose of maintaining, operating, providing for the security of, expanding and superintending the fine arts museums and for the purchase of objects of art, literary productions and other personal property;

5. To the War Memorial and Performing Arts Center Board of Trustees, an amount sufficient to defray the cost of maintaining, operating and caring for the War Memorial and Performing Arts Center;

6. To the Library Commission, the revenue from a minimum tax of one cent ($0.01) per hundred dollars ($100) of taxable assessed valuation for constructing, maintaining and improving the library system of the City and County;

7. To the Recreation and Park Commission, the revenue from a minimum tax of two and one-half cents ($0.025) per one hundred dollars ($100) of taxable assessed valuation for constructing, maintaining and improving parks and squares, and the revenue from a minimum tax of one and three quarter cents ($0.0175) per one hundred dollars ($100) of taxable assessed valuation for constructing, maintaining and improving playgrounds; and

8. To the Arts Commission, for the City and County-owned Community Cultural Centers, an amount sufficient for the purpose of maintaining, operating, providing for the security and superintending of their facilities and grounds, and for the purchase of objects of art, literary productions, and other property, and for their expansion and continuance in the City and County of San Francisco.

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