§ A-103.  Employees.
   Where an existing office, department, board, commission, bureau or division is abolished by this charter, all employees thereof shall, as temporary appointees of the office, department, board or commission to which the rights, powers, duties and obligations of such office, department, board, commission, bureau or division, are transferred, continue to perform their usual duties upon the same terms and conditions as theretofore until removed, appointed to positions in accordance with this charter relative to such office, department, board or commission, or transferred to other offices, departments, boards or commissions. Where the rights, powers, duties and obligations of any such office, department, board, commission, bureau or division are divided between two or more offices, departments, boards or commissions, each of such offices, departments, boards or commissions shall receive on the foregoing terms and conditions such of the employees of the office, department, board, commission, bureau or division as are regularly occupied in connection with the functions thereof, which are by this charter transferred to such office, department, board or commission. Every employee to which this section applies shall be placed temporarily in one of the City's offices, departments, boards or commissions. All questions arising under this section shall be determined by the Mayor.
ANNOTATION
   Sources:   No specific source.
   Purposes:   This section is necessary to accomplish the reorganization required by the Charter. Reference to City employees as being "temporary appointees" or "temporarily placed" is not intended to denote that employees under the 1919 Charter become, upon this Charter going into effect, "temporary" employees in the sense in which that term is used in civil service parlance. They do not lose their employment status upon this Charter taking effect but may be assigned temporarily to new agencies as provided in this section pending complete reorganization. See Section A-104.