Inventory of Federal Archives in the States: Miscellaneous agencies, Issue 19, Part 2

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Historical records survey, 1939

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Page 300 - Abstract, 19JÍ6, table 220, p. 208. Data for 1918-1920 are from 57th Annual Report, US Civil Service Commission, 1940. The primary source is the Civil Service Commission, Annual Report, and records. The United States Civil Service Commission was created by an act of Congress approved January 16, 1883. "The...
Page 166 - to establish a system of old-age benefits to be paid to qualified individuals out of funds appropriated to the old-age reserve account in the Treasury of the United States, the system being designed to provide retirement incomes to workers over 65 on the basis of wages received in covered employments, irrespective of need.
Page 166 - In order to determine the amount of benefits payable, the Bureau maintains records of all wages earned by any individual in employments covered by title II. These records are established from quarterly reports of earnings submitted by employers to the Bureau of Internal Revenue of the Treasury Department. It is estimated that ultimately records will be kept for a substantial portion of the entire adult population. The Bureau of Old-Age and Survivors...
Page 166 - This insurance program is the only feature of the Act in which the states do not participate in administrative responsibility.
Page 166 - Insurance, the Bureau of Unemployment Compensation, and the Bureau of Public Assistance.
Page 168 - These include the maternal and child health services of the State Department of Health...
Page 317 - Maryland by the Baltimore and Ohio, the Western Maryland, and the Cumberland and Pennsylvania railways.

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