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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
About medical examination of the mobilized workers transferred to work. ( S. U. 20‐124 ).
Article No. 124.
Resolution of the Peopleʹs Commissariat of Labor and the Main Committee of Labor
1. The transfer of mobilized workers to work outside the county of their permanent residence is not permitted without a preliminary examination of their state of health in the Medical and Control Commissions.
Note 1 . Workers and employees sent to other places in the order of redistribution to enterprises and institutions outside their permanent place of residence are not subject to mandatory re‐certification.
Note 2 . In cases where the examination is carried out by military commissions, the latter are guided by the lists of diseases and the rules for exemption from labor service issued by the Main Committee for General Labor Service and the Peopleʹs Commissariat of Labor, and the commission includes a representative of the local Committee for General Labor Service and a representative of the local Department of Labor Protection or the Council of Trade Unions.
2. Persons deemed fit for work (generally or only for light work) are used by enterprises unconditionally and are no longer sent for any reexamination.
Note . In the event that the laborers declare themselves ill in the future, they are examined by local control commissions on a common basis with all workers and employees.
3. The overall control over the implementation of this resolution and the resolution of misunderstandings arising during its implementation is assigned to the Labor Protection Department.
Chairman of the Main Committee for General Labor Service and for the Peopleʹs Commissar of Labor Anikst . Head of the Central Department of Labor Protection Kaplun .
February 2, 1921.