§ A-102.  Records and Equipment.
   When an existing office, department, board, commission, bureau or division is abolished by this charter, all books, papers, maps, charts, plans, records, and other equipment in the possession of such office, department, board, commission, bureau or division, or any member or officer thereof, shall be delivered to the officer or to the head of the department or independent or departmental board or commission to which its rights, powers, duties and obligations are transferred. If such rights, powers, duties and obligations are not specifically transferred to any office, department, board or commission by this charter, such books, records, and equipment shall be delivered to the Department of Records, which shall make such disposition of them as is appropriate. In case rights, powers, duties and obligations are divided between two or more offices, departments, boards or commissions, each of such offices, departments, boards or commissions shall receive such books, papers, maps, charts, plans, records or other equipment as pertain to the rights, powers, duties and obligations transferred to that office, department, board or commission. All questions arising under this section shall be determined by the Mayor.
ANNOTATION
   Sources:   The Fiscal Code of 1929, Act of April 9, 1929, P.L. 343, Section 4.
   Purposes:   This section is necessary to accomplish the reorganization required by the Charter.