Congrès international des accidents du travail et des assurances sociales: Septième session tenue à Vienne du 17 au 23 septembre 1905

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I. Handels und Gewerbekammer, 1906 - Accident insurance - 1359 pages
 

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Page 429 - It is equitable that deserving persons who, during the prime of life, have helped to bear the public burdens of the colony by the payment of taxes, and to open up its resources by their labor and skill, should receive from the colony a pension in their old age.
Page 263 - Poor, appointed to consider whether any alterations in the system of Poor Law Relief are desirable, in the case of persons whose destitution is occasioned by incapacity for work resulting from Old Age or whether assistance could otherwise be afforded in these cases (January 7, 1893), vol.
Page 534 - Wenn wir heute res integra hätten, würde doch kein vernünftiger Mensch, glaube ich, daran denken, eine besondere Organisation der Krankenversicherung, eine besondere Organisation der Unfallversicherung und eine besondere Organisation der Alters- und Invaliditätsversicherung zu schaffen. Unfall, Krankheit und Invalidität sind doch drei, ich möchte sagen, physiologische Zustände, die miteinander in ihren Ursachen und Wirkungen eng zusammenhängen. Das sogenannte System unserer sozialpolitischen...
Page 75 - Gesetzentwurf betreffend die Pensionsversicherung der in privaten Diensten und einiger in öffentlichen Diensten Angestellten
Page 280 - Is sixty-five years of age ; (3.) Has not within the last twenty years been convicted of an offence and sentenced to penal servitude or imprisonment without the option of a fine ; (4.) Has not received poor relief other than medical relief, unless under circumstances of a wholly exceptional character, during twenty years prior to the application for a pension ; (5.) Is resident within the district of the Pension authority.
Page 66 - After a man has for years made his contributions on a high scale, the benefits which he has helped to pay to others may thus be cut off, by vote of the members, from him and his heirs. Even if the rules are not altered, one who has contributed to the sick and death...
Page 288 - Der Bund wird auf dem Wege der Gesetzgebung die Kranken- und Unfallversicherung einrichten, unter Berücksichtigung der bestehenden Krankenkassen. Er kann den Beitritt allgemein oder für einzelne Bevölkerungsklassen obligatorisch erklären.
Page 492 - Als Invalide gilt, wer nicht mehr imstande ist durch eine Tätigkeit, die seinen Kräften und Fähigkeiten entspricht, und ihm unter billiger Berücksichtigung seiner Ausbildung und seines bisherigen Berufes zugemutet werden kann, ein Drittel dessen zu erwerben, was körperlich und geistig gesunde Personen derselben Art mit ähnlicher Ausbildung in derselben Gegend durch Arbeit zu verdienen Pflegen.
Page 281 - The committee further recommended : (1) That a pension authority should be established in each union of the country, to receive and to determine applications for pensions ; (2) that the authority for this purpose should be a committee of not less than six or more than twelve members appointed by the guardians from their own number in the first instance ; (3) that the committee, when so appointed, should be independent of the board of guardians...
Page 427 - Workman" includes every person who is engaged in an employment to which this Act applies, whether by way of manual labour or otherwise, and whether his agreement is one of service or apprenticeship or otherwise, and is expressed or implied, is oral or in writing.

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