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From the Collection of enactment and decrees of the government for 1921, Administration of the Council of People's Commissars of the USSRDownload PDF this collection
On the compulsory maintenance of lists of workers and employees by institutions, institutions and enterprises. ( Izv No. 50, S. U. 16‐100 ).
Article No. 100.
Decree of the Council of Peopleʹs Commissars.
1. All institutions, institutions and enterprises are obliged to keep lists of workers and employees in the following form:
1) Name, patronymic and surname;
2) Year of birth;
3) What locality is the native (province, district, city, village);
4) Address (place of registration);
5) Residence of the family;
6) Specialty (if several, list all);
7) Position held or type of duties performed;
8) The time of joining the service in the institution or enterprise;
9) Attitude towards military service;
10) Education received;
11) Time and reasons for dismissal.
2. These lists must be kept by all institutions or enterprises within two weeks from the date of the announcement of this resolution and kept in the most accurate manner in the future under the responsibility of the heads of institutions and enterprises and managers of administrative departments.
3. Failure to comply with this resolution, at least in part, entails bringing the perpetrators to justice for connivance or assistance to labor desertion.
4. The Central Commission for Combating Labor Desertion under the Peopleʹs Commissariat of Labor and its local bodies are responsible for monitoring the implementation of this resolution in the center and in localities, bringing to justice those responsible for failure to comply with it.
5. In those enterprises and institutions where cards and forms are created in accordance with the resolution of the Council of Peopleʹs Commissars (1919, No. 51, art. 501 ), no special lists are created, but entered in the card column of the form “special remarks ťA mark of the place of residence of the employeeʹs or workerʹs family. Moreover, the Commission for Combating Labor Desertion is responsible for checking the maintenance of the corresponding columns and headings of the form card on the basis of clause 4 of this resolution.
Chairman of the Council of Peopleʹs Commissars V. Ulyanov (Lenin) .
N. Gorbunov, Administrator of the Council of Peopleʹs Commissars .
For Secretary Glasser .
February 28, 1921.
Published in No. 50 Izvestia of the All‐Russian Central Executive
Committee of Soviets dated March 6, 1921.