Amendments To The Cabinet Of Ministers On 6 November 2006, Regulations No. 922 "national Statistical Report And Questionnaire Form Sample Validation Rules"

Original Language Title: Grozījumi Ministru kabineta 2006.gada 6.novembra noteikumos Nr.922 "Valsts statistikas pārskatu un anketu veidlapu paraugu apstiprināšanas noteikumi"

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulation No 104 in the 2007 Riga on 13 February (pr. No 12 5) amendments to the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 "national statistical report and questionnaire form sample validation rules" issued under the State statistics law article 5, paragraph 3 of the second paragraph to make the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 "national statistical report and questionnaire form sample validation rule" (Latvian journal, 2006, 181. no) the following amendments: 1. provisions supplementing with 2.1.25. 2.1.26, 2.1.27.,,.,., 2.1.29 2.1.28 2.1.30.,.,., 2.1.31 2.1.32 2.1.33.,.,., 2.1.36 2.1.34 2.1.35.,.,., 2.1.39 2.1.37 2.1.38.,.,., 2.1.40 2.1.41 2.1.42.,.,., 2.1.45 2.1.44 2.1.43.,.,., 2.1.46 2.1.47 2.1.48., 2.1.49., 2.1.51. and section 2.1.50. "the following:" 1. the form 2.1.25-energy "report for heat and electricity production" (76.);
2.1.26 form "annex to the report 1-power" (77);
2.1.27. form No. 1-waste (agriculture) "review of agricultural waste", which provides the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 November 2002, Regulation (EC) No 2150/2002 on waste statistics, as requirements (78);
2.1.28. form No. 1-Woods "review of forestry costs" (79);
2.1.29. form No. 1-adult education "report on adult education" (80);
2.1.30. form No. 1-circus "review of circus operations" (81);
2.1.31. form No. 1-cable TV "report on cable tv" (82);
2.1.32. form No. 1-movie rental "review of movie rentals" (83.);
2.1.33. form No. 1-movie production "review of motion picture production" (84);
2.1.34. form No. 1-radio/TV "review of radio/tv" (85);
2.1.35. form No. 1-the video "review of movie marketing with video distribution rights" (86.);
2.1.36. form No. 1-Zoo "review of Zoo" (87);
2.1.37. form No. 1-cinema "review of the operation and kinoiekārt cinema" (88);
2.1.38. form No. 1-rural tourism "report on rural tourism accommodation" (89);
2.1.39. form 1-r (a) "review of the dairy and the year 200" (90.);
2.1.40. form No. 1-industry "review of industrial products production and marketing in the 200 _", which also supports the Council of 19 December 1991, the annex to Regulation (EEC) no 3924/91 on the establishment of a community survey of industrial production and of the Commission of 29 April 2004, Regulation (EC) no 912/2004 implementing Council Regulation No 3924/91 on the establishment of a community survey of industrial production, requirements (91.);
2.1.41. form No. 1-KAU "company (authority) local kind-of-activity units and 200 in 1999", which also supports the Council of 15 March 1993, Regulation (EEC) no 696/93 on the statistical units for the observation and analysis of the production system in the Community (hereinafter referred to as the Council Regulation No 696/93) and the Council of 22 July 1993, Regulation (EEC) No 2186/93 on Community coordination in drawing up business registers for statistical purposes (hereinafter referred to as the Council Regulation No 2186/93) (92. annex);
2.1.42. form No. 1-e-commerce "report on the use of information technology in enterprises 2007", which also supports the Commission's July 4, 2006, Regulation (EC) no 1031/2006 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation No 808/2004 concerning Community statistics on the information society, requirements (93. annex);
2.1.43. form No. 1-FAP "financial assets and liabilities. year 200", which also supports the Council of 25 June 1996, Regulation (EC) No 2223/96 on the European system of national and regional accounts in the Community (hereinafter referred to as the Council Regulation No 2223/96), Council of 28 February 2000, the Regulation (EC) No 475/2000 amending Regulation No 3605/93 on the application of the Treaty establishing the European Community of the Protocol on the excessive deficit procedure (hereinafter referred to as the Council Regulation (EC) No 475/2000) and the Council of 22 November 1993, Regulation (EC) No 3605/93 on the application of the Treaty establishing the European Community of the Protocol on the excessive deficit procedure (hereinafter referred to as the Council Regulation No 3605/93), (94. annex);
2.1.44. form 1-annual "report on the operation of the complex 200. year", which will also ensure that Council Regulation No 58/97 (95);
2.1.45. form 1-annual (short) "review of the operation of a complex 200. year", which will also ensure that Council Regulation No 58/97 (96);
2.1.46. form No. 1-cost "report on costs and 200 in 2004, also provides for Council Regulation No 2223/96 requirements (97. annex);
2.1.47. form 2-year complex review of operation and 200, "which will also ensure that Council Regulation No 2223/96 requirements (98. annex);
2.1.48. form 2-year (short) "review of the operation of a complex 200. year", which will also ensure that Council Regulation No 2223/96 requirements (99.);
2.1.49. form 3-year complex review of operation and 200 in 2004, also provides for Council Regulation No 58/97, the requirements (100.);
2.1.50. form No. 1-the Museum of the "review of the operation of a Museum" (101);
2.1.51. form 2-foreign control "review of foreign-related business of the year", 200 _ which also provides Council Regulation No 58/97 of the European Parliament and of the Council of the draft regulation "concerning Community statistics on the structure and activity of foreign affiliates ' requirements (102);".
2. Supplement with bottom point 2.2.6 as follows: "2.2.6. form 1-Theater review of" theatre "(103. Add Kuma);".
3. Express 2.3.1, 2.3.2, 2.3.3.. and 2.3.4 below point as follows: "2.3.1. form 2-work" statement of work ", which also supports the Council of 9 March 1999, Regulation (EC) no 530/1999 concerning structural statistics on earnings and on labour costs (referred to as the Council Regulation No 530/1999), of the Commission of 27 July 1999, Regulation (EC) no 1726/1999 implementing Council Regulation (EC) no 530/1999 concerning structural statistics on earnings and on labour costs as regards the definition and transmission of information on labour costs (hereinafter referred to as Commission Regulation No 1726/1999), of the Commission of 21 October 2005, Regulation (EC) no 1737/2005 amending Regulation (EC) no 1726/1999 as regards the definition and transmission of information on labour costs (Commission Regulation (EC) no 1737/2005), the Commission on 5 May 2006, Regulation (EC) no 698/2006 implementing Council Regulation (EC) no 530/1999 concerning structural statistics on labour costs and earnings, quality assessment (hereinafter referred to as Commission Regulation (EC) no 698/2006) The European Parliament and of the Council of 27 February 2003 Regulation (EC) No 450/2003 concerning the labour cost index (hereinafter-the regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council No. 450/2003), the Commission's July 7, 2003 Regulation (EC) no 1216/2003, establishing a European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 450/2003 concerning the labour cost index (hereinafter referred to as Commission Regulation No 1216/2003), the Council of 19 May 1998, the Regulation (EC) No 1165/98 concerning short-term statistics (hereinafter referred to as the Council Regulation No 1165/98) Of the Commission of 28 September 2006, Regulation (EC) no 1503/2006, implementing and amending Council Regulation (EC) No 1165/98 concerning short-term statistics as regards definitions of variables, list of variables and frequency of data compilation (hereinafter referred to as Commission Regulation (EC) no 1503/2006), the European Parliament and of the Council of 6 July 2005, Regulation (EC) no 1158/2005 amending Council Regulation (EC) No 1165/98 concerning short-term statistics (hereinafter-the regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council No. 1158/2005) Of the Commission of 26 March 2001, Regulation (EC) No 586/2001 as regards the definition of main industrial groupings (MIGS) implementing Council Regulation (EC) No 1165/98 concerning short-term statistics (hereinafter referred to as Commission Regulation No 586/2001), Council Regulation No 58/97, the Commission's 1998 17. Regulation (EC) no 2700/98 concerning the definitions of characteristics for structural business statistics (hereinafter referred to as Commission Regulation No 2700/98), Council of 9 October 1990 of Regulation (EEC) No 3037/90 on the statistical classification of economic activities in the European Community (hereinafter referred to as the Council Regulation n ° 3037/90), and Council Regulation No 2223/ 96 requirements (annex 30);
2.3.2. form 2-work-annex ' Report on the work of the sectoral annex ", which also supports the Council Regulation No 1165/98, Commission Regulation No 1503/2006 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation No 1158/2005 and Commission Regulation No 586/2001 (annex 31);
2.3.3. form 3-work "statement of work", which also supports the Council Regulation No 530/1999 Commission Regulation No 1726/1999 Commission Regulation No 1737/2005, Commission Regulation (EC) no 698/2006 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation No 450/2003, Commission Regulation No 1216/2003, Council Regulation No 1165/98, Commission Regulation No 1503/2006 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation No 1158/2005, Commission Regulation No 586/2001 Council Regulation No 58/97, Commission Regulation No 2700/98 , Council Regulation n ° 3037/90 and Council Regulation No 2223/96 requirements (Annex 32);
2.3.4. Form 4-work "statement of work", which also supports the Council Regulation No 530/1999 Commission Regulation No 1726/1999 Commission Regulation No 1737/2005, Commission Regulation (EC) no 698/2006 of the European Parliament and the Council Regulation (EC) No 450/2003, Commission Regulation No 1216/2003, Council Regulation No 1165/98, Commission Regulation No 1503/2006 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation No 1158/2005, Commission Regulation No 586/2001 Council Regulation No 58/97, Commission Regulation No 2700/98 Council Regulation n ° 3037/90 and Council Regulation No 2223/96 requirements (Annex 33); ".
4. Supplement with 2.3.17 2.3.18 2.3.19,.,.,.,., 2.3.20 and 2.3.21 2.3.22 2.3.23. subparagraph by the following: "2.3.17. form 2-real property" review of real estate market "(104);
2.3.18. the form No. 1-f "review of financial position", which also supports the Council Regulation No 2223/96 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 10 June 2002 Regulation (EC) No 1221/2002 on quarterly non-financial accounts (hereinafter-the regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council No 1221/2002) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 6 July 2005, Regulation (EC) no 1161/2005 on the compilation of quarterly non-financial accounts by institutional sector (hereinafter-the regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council No. 1161/2005) requirements (105);
2.3.19. form 2-f "profit or loss for the year 200. quarter IV", which also supports the Council Regulation No 2223/96, European Parliament and Council Regulation No 1221/2002 of the European Parliament and of the Council Regulation (EC) no 1161/2005 requirements (attachment 106);
2.3.20. form 2-FAP "financial assets and liabilities", which also supports the Council Regulation No 475/2000, Council Regulation No 3605/93, the European Parliament and of the Council of 10 March 2004, Regulation (EC) No 501/2004 on quarterly financial accounts for General Government, European Parliament and Council Regulation No 1161/2005 of the European Parliament and of the Council Regulation No 1221/2002 (107);
2.3.21. form 3-FAP "financial assets and liabilities", which also supports the Council of 16 February 1998, the Regulation (EC) no 448/98 completing and amending Regulation (EC) No 2223/96 with respect to the allocation of financial intermediation services indirectly measured (FISIM) within the European system of national and regional accounts (ESA) (further-Council Regulation No 447/98), the Commission of 23 October 2002, Regulation (EC) No 1889/2002 on the implementation of Council Regulation (EC) no 448/98 supplementing and amending Regulation (EC) No 2223/96 with respect to the allocation of financial intermediation services indirectly measured (FISIM) within the European system of national and regional accounts (ESA) (hereinafter referred to as Commission Regulation (EC) No 1889/2002), the European Parliament and Council Regulation No 1221/2002 of the European Parliament and of the Council Regulation (EC) no 1161/2005 requirements (108);
2.3.22. the form No. 1-leasing "review of leasing provision, which also supports the Council Regulation No 447/98 and Commission Regulation No 1889/2002 (109);
2.3.23. form 3-mail "report on the operation of the mail" (110. Add Kuma); ".
5. Supplement with 2.4.23 2.4.24 and 2.4.25., subparagraph by the following: "2.4.23. form 2-bunkering" report on oil supply ships and planes "(111);
2.4.24. form 2-energy ' report on electricity production, imports and exports "(112);
2.4.25. form 2 of the "review of cogeneration-CHP operation" (113); ".
6. Express 2.5.1. subparagraph by the following: "2.5.1. form 1-registry" registry updating statistics form ", which will also ensure that Council Regulation No 696/93 and Council Regulation No 2186/93 the application requirements (annex 68);".
7. Supplement with 2.5.9 and 2.5.10. section following. version: 2.5.9. "form 2-register" statistical business register escalation form ", which also supports the Council Regulation n ° 3037/90 and regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council establishing the project of NACE Rev. 2. statistical classification of economic activities and amending Council Regulation (EEC) No 3037/90 and certain EC regulations on individual statistical areas, requirements (114);
2.5.10. the form "the 2007 farm structure survey", which also supports the Council of 29 February 1988 regulation (EEC) No 571/88 on the community surveys on the structure of agricultural holdings for the organisation of the 1988 to 1997, Council of 17 December 1996, to Regulation (EC) no 2467/96 amending Regulation (EEC) No 571/88 on the community surveys on the structure of agricultural holdings, the Commission of 24 July 2002 Regulation (EC) no 1444/2002 amending Commission decision 2000/115/EC relating to the definitions of the characteristics, the exceptions to the definitions and the regions and districts regarding the surveys on the structure of agricultural holdings, of the Commission of 24 January 2002, Regulation (EC) No 143/2002 amending Annex I to Council Regulation (EEC) No 571/88 in connection with the community surveys on the structure of agricultural holdings in 2003, the organisation of the 2005 and 2007, the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 June 2004, Regulation (EC) No 1435/2004 as a result of enlargement amending Council Regulation (EEC) No 571/88 on the community surveys on the structure of agricultural holdings, the correction Commission of 8 December 2004, Regulation (EC) no 2139/2004 adapting and implementing Council Regulation (EEC) No 571/88 and amending Commission decision 2000/115/EC with regard to the community surveys on the structure of agricultural holdings in 2005 and the organisation in 2007, of the Commission of 8 December 2004, Regulation (EC) no 2139/2004 adapting and implementing Council Regulation (EEC) No 571/88 and amending Commission decision 2000/115/EC on community organizing on the structure of agricultural holdings in 2005 and 2007, and the Commission of 6 March 2006, Regulation (EC) No 204/2006 adapting Council Regulation (EEC) No 571/88 and amending Commission decision 2000/115/EC with a view to organize a Commission surveys on the structure of agricultural holdings in 2007. application of requirement (115). "
8. Add to 2.1.19 2.1.20.,.,.,., 2.1.22 2.5.5 and 2.5.7.2.5.8. subparagraph after the word "ensure" with the word "also".
9. Make the new version of annex 15 (annex 1).
10. To make the new version of Annex 16 (annex 2).
11. Put the new version of Annex 17 (annex 3).
12. Make 30 new wording of annex (annex 4).
13. To make the new version of 32 Annex (annex 5).
14. Make the new version of Annex 33 (annex 6).
15. Express 34. new version of the annex (annex 7).
16. To supplement the regulations with 76. Annex (annex 8).
17. Supplement with 77. Annex (annex 9).
18. To supplement the rules with 78. Annex (annex 10).
19. To supplement the rules with 79. Annex (annex 11).
20. Supplement with 80. Annex (annex 12).
21. Supplement with 81. Annex (annex 13).
22. Supplement with 82. Annex (annex 14).
23. To supplement the rules with 83. Annex (annex 15).
24. To supplement the rules with 84. Annex (annex 16).
25. Supplement with 85. Annex (annex 17).
26. To complement the rules with 86. Annex (annex 18).
27. Supplement with 87. Annex (annex 19).
28. To supplement the rules with 88. Annex (annex 20).
29. Supplement with 89. Annex (annex 21).
30. To complement the provisions in the 90 's. the annex (annex 22).
31. Supplement with 91. Annex (Annex 23).
32. To supplement the provisions by 92. Annex (annex 24).
33. To supplement the rules with 93. Annex (annex 25).
34. To supplement the rules with 94. Annex (annex 26).
35. To supplement the rules with 95. Annex (Annex 27).
36. Supplement with 96. Annex (annex 28).
37. Supplement with 97. Annex (annex 29).
38. To supplement the rules with 98. Annex (annex 30).
39. To complement the rules with the 99. Annex (annex 31).
40. To supplement the rules by 100. Annex (Annex 32).
41. To supplement the provisions of the annex, with 101 (Annex 33).
42. To supplement the rules by 102. Annex (annex 34).
43. To supplement the rules by 103. Annex (annex 35).
44. To supplement the rules by 104. Annex (Annex 36).
45. To supplement the rules by 105. Annex (annex 37).
46. To complement the rules with 106. Annex (annex 38).
47. To supplement the rules with 107. Annex (annex 39).
48. To supplement the rules with 108. Annex (annex 40).
49. To complement the provisions in annex 109. (41).
50. To supplement the rules with 110. attachment (42).
51. To supplement the provisions under annex 111 (43).
52. To supplement the rules with 112. Annex (Annex 44).
53. To supplement the rules with 113. Annex (annex 45).
54. To supplement the provisions of the annex, with 114 (46).
55. To supplement the rules with 115. Annex (Annex 47).
56. Add to the informative reference to directives of the European Union with paragraph 10 by the following: ' 10) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 February 2004, Directive 2004/8/EC on the promotion of cogeneration based on a useful heat demand in the internal energy market and amending Directive 92/42/EEC. " Prime Minister a. Halloween economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of annex 1 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007 Regulation No 104 of the "attachment 15. Cabinet of Ministers of 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of annex 2 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007, the Regulation No 104 Annex 16." the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of the annex 3 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007, the Regulation No 104 Annex 17. " The Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, the provisions of No 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of the annex 4 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007 Regulation No. 104 of 30 Annex "the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 form No 2-work" review of work completion instructions "1. General guidance 1. Respondent's commercial and/or register of taxpayers registered company or sole proprietor, or a farmer or fisherman, or authority whether the organization or Foundation, or society, or foundation that shall prepare and submit to the individual statistical data after the Central Statistical Administration (hereinafter CSP). 2. Due to the fact that every month launched new companies or sole proprietors, peasants or fishermen holding institutions, organisations, foundations, associations and foundations or non functioning respondents, significantly expanded its activities, CSP, each quarter, the list of respondents added to new respondents. This is necessary to the ongoing changes in the economy are reflected in the summary data. 3. If in any quarter the current year submitted by the respondent in the report finds substantial errors, then all error corrections to notify the current year quarterly reports. 4. the budget of the central accounting bodies (District Council, County, city and county councils, etc.) data for each sector by a separate form. Set number of sectors presented in paragraph 102. 5. this report is a natural person to a contract of employment or contract of the company agreed to pay out certain work. The number of employees also include parliamentary and municipal deputies, members of the Cabinet of Ministers, national civil servants. The number of employees shall also show the disciples when they calculate the wages. 6. the report includes as one of the staff people-both full-and part-time employees and those working in less or more than one load. 7. the employer within this report-legal person employing at least one staff member. 8. The gross income or other report that gross cost-estimated wages or other costs mentioned in the report, including the payroll tax and the State workers social security payments. 9. Net income-gross income, less payroll tax and State workers ' social security payments. 10. all figures presented in the report to whole numbers.
2. section 1 of the "data on employees, which should be the working time accounts" fill instructions 11. section 1 all sections (from 1.1 to 1.6.) displays the data for those employees for whom, in accordance with the law requirements, make records of working time, as well as data on those employees who have a business agreement, and the time you are counting. Data on other employees presented in section 2. 12. section 1 where required (not mark "X"), data distribution separately by the employees who actually worked full time and part time. 13. box 2 "full time" filled in if the employee works under the collective agreement or the normal working time, or more about it, as well as one or more assignments. Full time employees also presented, which the law prescribed shortened working time. 14. It is acceptable that at the full time employees plus those who work up to 10% provided for in the collective agreement or less of the normal working time. 15. box 3 "part time" filled in if: 15.1. employee work or enterprise agreements with employers ' defined full work time (part-time, part-time working day or part-time week); 15.2. the employee actually work part time (even if the work or undertaking is not fixed in the contract). This also applies to employees whose employers do not provide full time due to the order or the amount of work. 16. the distribution of full-and part-time workers are not affected by the fact that the employee has not done this work due to the disability period (page A) or (B) or any type of vacation, as well as the fact that the employee has already worked a full month in connection with the acceptance or dismissal. 17. If an employee is full and part time in one of the quarter months have changed, then they apply to full-or part-time employees as follows: 17.1. completing 1140. row-at which he was a quarter-final last month calendar working day; 17.2. in section 1 by filling in the other lines-to part-time employees.
2.1. section 1.1 "number of employees (including non-residents)" fill instructions 18.1110. row displays the employee number of the report of the first month in the quarter the first calendar working day-i.e., all who had a job on that date (regardless of whether they had or had not calculated the salary). Also includes employees who were on leave without salary, sick of preservation (the inability to page A or B), had a maternity leave or parental leave. 19. each quarter following the performance equation: 1110. box 1 line = 1140 for the previous quarter. Aile 1 line-1131 for the previous quarter. Aile + 1 line review quarterly in row 1 box 1121 (excluding respondents who did not have to submit a report on the previous year's quarter IV). 20.1120. row displays the employees hired during the reporting quarter-that is, the first working day of the reporting quarter fell into. 21.1121. row displays the employee from 1120. lines, which was the first work day of the first month of the reporting quarter, the first work day in the calendar. 22.1130. row displays the employees laid off from work in the review quarter-that is, the last working day in accordance with the agreement or the order fell into the reporting quarter. 23. in row displays the employee 1131 from 1130. lines, of which the last work day of the quarterly report was last month's last working day in the calendar. 24.1140. row displays the employee number of the quarterly report last month, the last working day of the calendar. Taking into account the decisions taken and discarded workers, 1. aisle it is calculated as follows: row 1 box 1140 = 1110. line box + 1 row 1 column 1120-1121. line box-1 row 1 column 1 130 + 1131. line box 1. 25 1131. line the reported number of employees in the quarter final last month calendar working day was the employment relationship (despite the fact that it was the last work day of these employees), so those employees include 1140. line. 26.1140. line reported divided by the number of employees employees in the main job-the books (1141. line), and through the employees work without pay next-books (1142. line). 27.1143. row (from 1140. lines) show women who was on maternity leave. 28.1144. line (from 140 lines) displays the employee that was on parental leave. Here do not include employees who had a disability page for sick child care. 29.1145. row (from 1140. lines) displays the number of non-residents. Review of nonresident aliens who are considered to have termiņuzturēšan permission issued by the Republic of Latvia in accordance with the procedure laid down in the legislation and the work of paid employment in the Republic of Latvia and the Latvian working in less than one year.
2.2. section 1.2. "the number of employees who have no income has been calculated for one day of the month" fill instructions From 1210 to 1230 30. row displays the employee that does not pay not calculated for one day during that month. This includes the number of employees, such as those which had the entire month of unpaid leave, which the entire month had a disability page B which had the entire month of maternity leave or parental leave. These employees also produce 1.1. section.
2.3. section 1.3 "worked and paid time" filling instructions 31. From 1310 to 1330. line displays the number of hours actually worked separately on each month of the reporting quarter total for all employees (man-hours). Includes also worked overtime. 32. the hours Worked also include time spent on tasks such as work preparation, preparing, cleaning of tools; short rest periods at the place of work, including tea and coffee breaks; the time spent at the place of work, without any work, for example, if the event after missing work and paid in accordance with the contract of employment. 33. Every hour, which runs additional normal service hours, regardless of the hourly pay rate applied (e.g. double payments), presented as one hour. 34. the number of hours actually worked do not include: 34.1. absent but paid (from 1340 to 1360 presented. row); 21.3. the statutory rest breaks and meal; 3. time spent travelling from home to work and back. 35. If an employee brings to the additional principal job, position, profession or employment, and work actually is done in the same time period, the number of hours actually worked shall be presented according to the main job, without taking into account the additional posts, occupation or assignment, even if it has an additional cost. 36. From 1340 to 1360. row showing, but worked the number of hours paid separately for each month of the reporting quarter together for all employees (man-hours). 37. in paragraph 36 hours calculated on those days that are charged, but the employee has not worked, regardless of whether they are calendar holidays or working days: 37.1. actually had annual leave or unpaid leave; 37.2. been a consideration for the holidays and other paid days not worked; 37.3. had a disability of A page; 37.4. been paid downtime; 37.5. the former other paid for but not worked days or parts of days (such as donors). 38. in paragraph 37 of that date conversion to hours depending on the working hours specified in the agreement or internal rules. 39. the inability to page the date of the conversion of A paid hours in the month (in months), as has been the release from work after disability (disability, even if the page is not yet charged). From 1340 to 1360 40. line does not include the time for which the refund was paid for unused vacation.
2.4. section 1.4 "pay" fill instructions 41. From 1410 to 1430. line includes employees that income has been calculated at least one day in the month of the reporting quarter. Income includes charges from 1471 to 1478 presented. line. 42. From 1440 to 1460. line includes the calculated gross pay separately for each month of the reporting quarter. Income includes charges from 1471 to 1478 presented. line. 43.1470. row displays the estimated gross income of employees total quarter, broken down by individual cost types from 1471 to 1478. line. 44.1470. in all the columns of a data row is equal to 1450 1460 1440. +. +. queue data, as well as row 1.1470 column data is equal to 1471 1478. queue data. up to the amount. 45. each month pay shall include the annual leave of the calculated and the amounts of money only on those days that the employee of the month was on vacation. For example, if the employee is on vacation from 15 May to 11 June, then leave the money on the 31 May to the 15-month but may include vacation pay for June 1-June 11-month. 46. If a staff member also receives royalties, it adds to the basic wage. 47. If for any reason a month in wages have been calculated, and it calculates the next months also for previous months, šēj then follow the following: 29.3. calculated includes remuneration for the month for which it is calculated; 47.2. If wages calculated on the previous quarter month (month), then clarified the previous quarterly report and submit corrections. 48. If the pay raise for the months for which quarterly reports have been submitted already, then the current quarterly report includes only the amount that applies to the current quarter months. For all other months this extra pay includes the month on which it calculated, and submit corrections. 49. The pay gap include 50, 52, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58 and 59. point position regardless of the source of financing costs. 50.1471. the regular in the line (direct) wages or remuneration in the form of regular cash payments, what time of year is calculated regularly each month: 50.1. monthly salary, the monthly salary of a position; 50.2. the wages calculated on the basis of time worked, output or piecework and paid to employees for hours worked; 50.3. remuneration and additional remuneration for overtime, night work, working on Sundays and public holidays, shift work, for work in dangerous, harmful circumstances; 50.4. royalties (royalties) on the creation of jobs, the issue or execution did not exceed one calendar month; 50.5. bonuses and allowances paid regularly in each month: for example, for noise, risk, heavy work, shift or continuous work, night work and work on Sundays and public holidays, on individual performance, production, productivity, responsibility, diligence, punctuality, qualifications and expertise; 50.6. payment for the same company to perform additional work to the principal; 50.7. for temporarily absent in the duties of employment; 50.8. about profession, post connect. 51. If the premium and the premium shall be calculated on a monthly basis, despite the fact that they each month can be significantly different, then they consider regular payments and include the line. 1471. 52.1472. line showing the regular pay, which is not calculated regularly each month, including bonuses and allowances paid to certain periods, rather than regularly each month, allowances related to the individual or collective performance. For example, irregular bonuses-quarterly, semi-annual and for a greater period of time bonuses feasts; 13 and 14. 53. At the occasional cost include royalties (royalty) about the creation of jobs, the issue or execution has exceeded one calendar month. 54.1473. row displays the annual and additional vacation pay. The review quarter includes the holiday money just for this quarter months-see paragraph 45. 55.1474. row shows the premium to the vacation and leave benefits. 56.1475. row displays the compensation for unused vacation. 57.1476 line shows consideration for the holidays and other paid days not worked. Here also included payment for the paid training leave for the day. 58.1477. row displays A page of disability pay. Disability payment includes A page reference in the month when it is calculated. For example, the worker's disability page A for the period from 29 March to 11 April, for which the calculation is made in April. In this case, the disability payment includes A page 1477. line 2. cetuksn, as well as the April month (1410). 59.1478. row displays the payment for downtime. 60. Wages shall not include: 60.1. section 3 of 310 to 360 in row. presented a sum of money; 60.2. other expenses necessary for the employers ' production or operating process; 60.3. the inability to page B pay (not paid by the employer, but the social insurance institution); 60.4. dividends paid (it does not pay, but the income from property). 61.1480. row displays the calculated net pay – i.e. the line presented in 1470. gross income without a payroll tax and the State workers social security payments. 62.1490. line presented by non-residents estimated gross income (from 1470. line). Definition of non-residents, see paragraph 29. 63.1499. row displays the wage subsidy (the State compensate the employer costs)-national budget or funding agency of the country of employment, the employer shall result in temporary jobs involved unemployment pay, the employment of people with disabilities and others show only the subsidies contained in the calculated gross income line 1 in 1470. in box.
2.5. section 1.5 "data on employees who have been working for the full month" fill instructions From 1510 to 1530.64. row displays the employee that income has been calculated, but which had not worked a full month of the quarter in question, due to the acceptance or dismissal. Employees who have not worked a full month for other reasons, this section does not show.
2.6. section 1.6 "data on women fill 65. guidance section completed for quarter 1. On 2, 3, and 4. the quarter do not fill in this section. 66.1610. line includes actual hours worked for women together for 1 month of quarter-from the 1310, 1320 and 1330. in row. 67.1620. line includes the absent but paid the women together for 1 month of quarter-from appliances, 1350 and 1360 1340... "line. 68.1630, 1640, 1650, in the line include. number of women who calculated the pay of the month-from 1410, 1420 and 1430. in row. 69.1660. line includes the estimated gross income of women together for 1 month of quarter-from 1470. lines.
3. section 2 of the "data about other employees ' instructions to fill each of the 70 workers presented 2110, 2120, 2130..., or queue, include only 2210. one of those rows according to the index. These employees do not include section 1.
3.1. section 2.1 "workers with the calculated pay" fill instructions section 1.71, 2 and 3 column displays the number of employees having pay calculated at least one day during that month. 72. Section 4 of the box shows the calculated gross pay total of quarterly months workers included ails from 1 to 3. 73.2130. row displays data on self-employed persons who have registered in the State revenue service as self-employed persons and the State social insurance contributions are sorted independently. The self-employed, who are shown in row, 2130 wages (box 4) include personal income tax and compulsory social insurance contributions, because they pay the independent self-employed.
2.2. section 3.2 "workers without pay calculated" fill instructions 74. Section include the following categories of employees without calculated wage: employers, workers in the family (household) members and persons carrying out business activity and do not employ others.
4. section 3 of the "other employer costs and unpaid wages "fill instructions From 310 to 360.75. documentation presented data row does not include in section 1 and 2 at the wage rates. 76.310. row shows gross income in kind. It consists of goods and services that the employer makes available to employees free of charge or at reduced prices on prices that the employer actually paid quarterly in months. These products and services do not require the employer's production or operating process. This is extra income for employees: they pay a market price if the goods or services purchased on their own. 77. The goods and services are valued at basic prices (i.e., without transport and trade margins), if the employer they produced, and the price of the buyer (i.e. the prices actually paid by the employer), if the employer they bought. 78. providing free of charge, the total wages in kind value calculated in accordance with the relevant base of goods and services prices (or employer purchasers ' prices if they bought). Providing for reduced prices, value is obtained as the difference between the above explain the calculation and the amount paid by the employee. 79. the work payments in kind are: 79.1. employers in the production process results in production of goods and services provided to employees. For example, free of charge or at reduced prices served food in a food-production undertaking (except 49.4. above); Computers-computer production firm; apparel-clothing company (except clothing); free rail travel or airline employees; 79.2. the employer's costs in providing the employee with housing or living area, including the costs of the respondents owned residential area (the maintenance and administration expenses, payment of taxes and insurance, less the amount paid employees). The employer shall also pay to the staff of the residential premises rent and fees for public utility services as well as non-refundable loans or loans at reduced interest rates, housing or housing purchase or construction. Does not include allowance for employee relocation; 79.3. employer costs of the vehicle (car) for use in personal needs. They included the net operating costs borne by the respondent (annual leasing costs and interest payments – depreciation, insurance, maintenance and repairs, as well as keeping the parking lot). Not including the capital associated with the purchase of the vehicle, any income accruing, vehicles sold on, or part of the costs relating to the use, associated with the work. Data calculated on the basis of available information, such as records of the fleet, the average vehicle value assessment and evaluation of the part relating to cases when private vehicles are using employees; 49.3. employer bought goods or services provided to employees (those produced in 79.1); 49.4. the employer's price reductions obtained free or subsidized canteens or food vouchers; the intake compensation of the Ministry of Interior and Ministry of Justice Prison site management system staff; 79.6. expenditure on culture, recreation, sports services employees, including signs of tourism expenditure, different subscription payment; spending summers and holiday leisure space for employees and their families; 79.7. costs related to the grandchild site, provision of kindergarten children of employees; 79.8. employee service shop for maintenance costs (depreciation, small repairs, building and equipment maintenance without staff salaries); 79.9. transport from home to work and back cover; 79.10. mobile phone, used by both business and private, the part where the invoice is payable by the employer, pay; 79.11. prēm State stock awarded to employees; 79.12. the employer shall take the interest portion, if he granted loans to employees at reduced rates of interest or no interest. This value is determined by subtracting the actual interest paid on the amount that the employee must be paid if the credit market rates apply. Loans for purchase of a home or apartment refers to 79.2; 79.13. payments to employees ' savings projects. It is the sum of the contributions of the employees deposit (deposit, stock purchase projects, etc.). Payments to create a special fund for the economic operator's shares or other financial assets acquisition employees, even if they do not have direct access to these assets, reduced by the amount of any tax benefits that may apply to them. The distribution of shares to personnel or special funds free of charge or at a reduced price of sale shall be considered as expenditure only if the shares purchased in the market. Cost is determined by the difference between the purchase price and the sale or transfer price; 79.14. employer payments of Trade Union funds. 80.320. line displays the specific legislation of national employers ' compulsory social insurance contributions calculated on the quarterly months for employees, which are contained in section 1. 81. Here does not include the State workers social security payments, despite the fact that they withhold and pay to the worker on behalf of the employer. 82.330. row displays the employer's voluntary social security contributions provided for in collective agreements or otherwise, and for employees paid in the review quarter. These are all contributions paid by the employer in addition to the employer's mandatory State social insurance contributions. These payments belongs to the supplementary pension insurance, retirement savings, health and life insurance, life insurance with savings, accident insurance, additional unemployment insurance, all other non-compulsory supplementary social insurance types not mentioned elsewhere. 83. the full amount of the payments shown in the third quarter, when they paid, despite the fact that they may be a payments for several months or years. 84.340. row displays the employer benefits, paid quarterly in months all employees, as well as former employees: 84.1. cost of wedding, anniversary, birth, death, etc. in the case of tangible benefits; 52.3. and cash prizes, gifts; 84.3. benefits health care; 84.4. remuneration for work paid in damage to health (disability, occupational disease). Here does not include disability page. In the event of the death of the employee's remuneration paid by the employer to the employee's former dependent persons; 84.5. scholarships, tuition fees to employees and their family members who are studying at the University, as well as studying in colleges or vocational school; 84.6. other welfare and social service costs, not mentioned elsewhere. 85. the benefits are presented, including personal income tax and the State workers social security payments if the legislation they are intended. 86.350. row displays the calculated gross severance pay for all employees of the reporting quarter, the employment contract in any of the cases specified in the legislation, where severance pay is provided. 87.360. business risk in the line of duty, calculated on the quarterly report for months.
5. section 4 of the "number of employees and vacant jobs by profession payers" fill instructions 88. both the number of employees and vacant jobs by main groups of occupations based on the classification of occupations. Report the number of employees and the number of free workspace presented by profession (post) major group codes that meet the Profession classifier of professions (posts) for the first six of the code mark. To correctly fill out this section, each post determines the profession (post) code. 89. the core of the profession and professional (1 to 3 box) and a free workspace (box 4) is determined by the position in the (Professional) or a free workspace for post (profession). The employee's occupation is not determined by a core group of education records or qualifications. 90. the section also fill in if there are no free workspace. In this case, only 1 to 3 of section box, which indicates the distribution of the number of employees by occupation classification main groups. Number of employees: 90.1.400. row 1 = 1140. in box 1 box line-1144 lines box 1; 90.2.400. line 2 = in box 2120. box 3 lines; 90.3.400. line 3 in box = 2130. row 3. aisle. 91. box 4 (from 400 to 410. row) showing free jobs last quarter of calendar working day. Free jobs only in the workspace, which intended to pay. They can be considered both working time and without its workspace, and also to self-employed persons, subject to the conditions of paragraph 93. Free number does not include the workspace workspace designed for urgent, short-term, one-off works-not more than 43 hours per month or 10 hours per week. 92. the following may be the free workspace: 57.2. existing workspace (workspace that vacant permanent or temporary employee of long-lasting absence of disease, pregnancy, maternity leave, parental leave, etc.); newly created workspaces; 92.2. 92.3. workspace for unlimited and indefinite period; 92.4. workspace full and part time work. 93. By filling in the box 4 of this section, for a free workspace as a workspace, for which the following conditions are met simultaneously: 93.1. There is no contract and the applicant is not selected; 93.2. the employer shall take active measures to find suitable candidates to the workspace, excluding candidates from their employees. Active measures are: the announcement of the State employment agency branch, announcement in the press or on the Internet, direct contact with potential bidders; 93.3. employers are going to fill it immediately or within the next three months. 94. Free jobs in this section 4 does not include the following in box workspace: 94.1. workspace designed for applicants only from among the employees of the respondent; 94.2. the workspace to which the contest has already ended, and the applicant has already been chosen, but not yet concluded contract; 58.6. workspaces where employees are paid or unpaid leave and the date when they will return to work; 94.4. workspace which does not search the applicant because this workspace work fulfils existing employees, receive a bonus of about it; 94.5. workspaces that will work unpaid apprentices or employees on a sub-contracted basis; 94.6. workspace in another country. 95. in case the free workspace, which previously had a full time job, but the employer further wishes to contract with two bidders for the partial working time, then the free workspace including two free workspace. 96. on the other hand, if disposed of two jobs in the same profession, which previously had been employed in part time employees, but employers looking for candidates to work for one full time, then the free workspace including one free workspace.
6. section 5 of "strikes" fill instructions 97.510. row displays the number of quarter strike. 98.520. row displays the employee who participated in the strike, regardless of the number of days or hours. This is the number of employees who participated in the first day of the strike, adding to those employees who joined the strike for the first time after the first day of the strike. Part-time employees are presented as one. 99. Employees who participated in the strike of more than one reporting period, presented in each strike, in which they participated. 100. Does not include employees who participated in the strike, but the strike was not able to work. 101.530. row showing the number of man-days worked the sum over all strike days. If the employee in one strike day participated in the strike in less than the normal working time, he counted the number of days of actual hours in which he took part in the strike. For example, if an employee of streikoj only three hours from eight hours, then the daily clearing 0.375 (3:8 = 0,375). However, if the employee is taken on a part-time basis (for example, four hours a day or part-time), such as streikoj for two hours, then absent in man/days is calculated according to the formula: strike hours divided by scheduled work hours and multiplied by the load. Example: 2:4 x 0.5 = 0.25.7. centralized accounting for 102 of the municipal district, county councils, city and County thought (except for Riga City and its district headquarters) each of the following types of action under the general classification of economic activities (NACE Rev. 1.1) by the following divisions (two) codes submitted form: "75 public administration and defence; compulsory social insurance "; 80 "education"; 85 "health and social care"; 92 "leisure, culture and sport". These four statements amount is equal to the total data on centralised accounting (statistical summary authority do not submit). "
Economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of annex 5 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007 Regulation No 104 of ' 32. Annex Cabinet on 6 November 2006, regulations no 924 of form 3-work "statement of work" filling instructions 1 General instructions 1. Respondent's commercial and/or register of taxpayers registered individual merchant or Foundation, or society, or foundation that shall prepare and submit to the individual statistical data after the request of the Central Statistical Bureau. 2. If in any quarter the current year submitted by the respondent in the report finds substantial errors, then all error corrections to notify the current year quarterly reports. 3. the employee within this report is the natural person to a contract of employment or contract of the company agreed to pay out certain work. The number of employees also produce disciples if they pay is calculated. 4. the report includes as one of the staff people-both full-and part-time employees and those working in less or more than one load. 5. the employer within this report-legal person employing at least one staff member. 6. Gross income or other report that gross cost-estimated wages or other costs mentioned in the report, including the payroll tax and the State workers social security payments. 7. Net income-gross income, less payroll tax and State workers ' social security payments. 8. all figures presented in the report to whole numbers.   2. section 1 of the "data on employees, which should be the working time accounts" fill instructions section 1 all 9 sections (from 1.1 to 1.6.) displays the data for those employees for whom, in accordance with the law requirements, make records of working time, as well as data on those employees who have a business agreement, and the time you are counting. Data on other employees presented in section 2. 10. section 1 where required (not mark "X"), data distribution separately by the employees who actually worked full time and part time. 11. box 2 "full time" filled in if the employee works under the collective agreement or the normal working time, or more about it, as well as one or more assignments. Full time employees also presented, which the law prescribed shortened working time. 12. It is acceptable that at the full time employees plus those who work up to 10% provided for in the collective agreement or less of the normal working time. 13. box 3 "part time" filled in if: 13.1. employee work or enterprise agreements with employers ' defined full work time (part-time, part-time working day or part-time week); 13.2. employee actually work part time (even if the work or undertaking is not fixed in the contract). This also applies to employees whose employers do not provide full time due to the order or the amount of work. 14. the distribution of full-and part-time workers are not affected by the fact that the employee has not done this work due to the disability period (page A) or (B) or any type of vacation, as well as the fact that the employee has already worked a full month in connection with the acceptance or dismissal. 15. If an employee is full and part time in one of the quarter months have changed, they apply to full-or part-time employees the following: 15.1 filling the row-at 1140 what it had last quarter last month calendar working day; 15.2. the other completed section 1 line-to part-time employees.   2.1. section 1.1 "number of employees (including non-residents)" fill instructions 16.1110. row displays the employee number of the report of the first month in the quarter the first calendar working day-i.e., all who had a job on that date (regardless of whether they had or had not calculated the salary). Also includes employees who were on leave without salary, sick of preservation (the inability to page A or B), had a maternity leave or parental leave. 17.1140. row displays the employee number of the quarterly report last month, the last working day of the calendar.   2.2. section 1.3 "worked and paid time" filling instructions From 1310-1330 18. line displays the number of hours actually worked separately on each month of the reporting quarter total for all employees (man-hours). Includes also worked overtime. 19. the hours Worked also include time spent on tasks such as work preparation, preparing, cleaning of tools; short rest periods at the place of work, including tea and coffee breaks; the time spent at the place of work, without any work, for example, if the event after missing work and paid in accordance with the contract of employment. 20. Every hour, which runs additional normal service hours, regardless of the hourly pay rate applied (e.g. double payments), presented as one hour. 21. the number of hours actually worked do not include: 21.1. absent but paid (from 1340 to 1360 presented. row); 21.2. the statutory rest breaks and meal; 21.3. the time spent travelling from home to work and back. 22. If the employee brings to the additional principal job, position, profession or load, and actual work are carried out in the same time period, the number of hours actually worked shall be presented according to the main job, without taking into account the additional posts, occupation or assignment, even if it has an additional cost. From 1340 to 1360 23. line showing, but worked the number of hours paid separately for each month of the reporting quarter total for all employees (man-hours). 24. paragraph 23 hours calculated on those days that are charged, but the employee has not worked, regardless of whether they are calendar holidays or working days: 24.1. actually had annual leave or unpaid leave; 24.2. been a consideration for the holidays and other paid days not worked; 24.3. had a disability of A page; 15.2. the former paid downtime; 15.2. the former other paid for but not worked days or parts of days (such as donors). 25. in paragraph 24 of that date conversion to hours depending on the working hours specified in the agreement or internal rules. 26. the inability to page the date of the conversion of A paid hours in the month (in months), as has been the release from work after disability (disability, even if the page is not yet charged). From 1340 to 1360 27. line does not include the time for which the refund was paid for unused vacation.   2.3. section 1.4 "pay" fill instructions From 1410 to 1430 28. line includes employees that income has been calculated at least one day in the month of the reporting quarter. Wages includes payments that are presented from 1471-1477. line. 29. From 1440 to 1460. line includes the calculated gross pay separately for each month of the reporting quarter. Wages includes payments that are presented from 1471-1477. line. 30.1470. row displays the estimated gross income of employees total quarter, broken down by individual cost types from 1471-1477. line. 31.1470. in all the columns of a data row is equal to 1450 1460 1440. +. +. queue data, as well as row 1.1470 column data equal to 1477.1471 row data. 32. each month pay shall include the annual leave of the calculated and the amounts of money only on those days that the employee of the month was on vacation. For example, if the employee is on vacation from 15 May to 11 June, then leave the money on the 31 May to the 15-month but may include vacation pay for June 1-June 11-month. 33. If a staff member also receives royalties, it adds to the basic wage. 34. If any reasons are not calculated in any month pay, and it calculates the next months also for previous months, then follow the following: 34.1. the calculated pay includes the month for which it is calculated; 21.3. If wages calculated on the previous quarter month (month), then clarified the previous quarterly report and submit corrections. 35. If the pay raise for the months for which quarterly reports have been submitted already, then the current quarterly report includes only the amount that applies to the current quarter months. For all other months this extra pay includes the month on which it calculated, and submit corrections. 36. The pay gap include 37, 39, 41, 42, 43, 44 and 45 above positions regardless of the source of financing costs. 37. in row displays the regular 1471 (direct) wages or remuneration in the form of regular cash payments, what time of year is calculated regularly each month: 37.1. monthly salary, the monthly salary of a position; 37.2. the wages calculated on the basis of time worked, output or piecework and paid to employees for hours worked; 37.3. remuneration and additional remuneration for overtime, night work, working on Sundays and public holidays, shift work, for work in dangerous, harmful circumstances; 37.4. royalties (royalties) on the creation of jobs, the issue or execution did not exceed one calendar month; 37.5. bonuses and allowances paid regularly in each month: for example, for noise, risk, heavy work, shift or continuous work, night work and work on Sundays and public holidays, on individual performance, production, productivity, responsibility, diligence, punctuality, qualifications and expertise; 23.4. the payment for the same company to perform additional work to the principal; 37.7. for temporarily absent in the duties of employment; 23.5. the profession, job connect. 38. If the premium and the premium shall be calculated on a monthly basis, despite the fact that they each month can be significantly different, then they consider regular payments and include the line. 1471. 39.1472. line showing the regular pay, which is not calculated regularly each month, including bonuses and allowances paid to certain periods, rather than regularly each month, allowances related to the individual or collective performance. For example, irregular bonuses-quarterly, semi-annual and for a greater period of time bonuses feasts; 13 and 14. 40. At the occasional cost include royalties (royalty) about the creation of jobs, the issue or execution has exceeded one calendar month. 41.1473. row displays the annual and additional vacation pay. The review quarter includes the holiday money just for this quarter months-see paragraph 45. 42.1474. row shows the premium to the vacation and leave benefits. 43.1475. row displays the compensation for unused vacation. 44.1476 line shows consideration for the holidays and other paid days not worked. Here also includes payment for the paid training leave for the day. 45.1477. row displays A page of disability pay. Disability payment includes A page reference in the month when it is calculated. For example, the worker's disability page A for the period from 29 March to 11 April, for which the calculation is made in April. In this case, the disability payment includes A page 1477. line 2. cetuksn, as well as the April month (1410). 46. not included: pay 46.1. other expenses necessary for the employers ' production or operating process; 46.2. the inability to page B pay (not paid by the employer, but the social insurance institution); 46.3. dividends paid (it does not pay, but the income from property). 47.1480. row displays the calculated net pay – i.e. the line presented in 1470. gross income without a payroll tax and the State workers social security payments.   2.4. section 1.5 "data on employees who have been working for the full month" fill instructions From 1510 to 1530.48. row displays the employee that the payment has been calculated, but which had not worked a full month of the quarter in question, due to the acceptance or dismissal. Employees who have not worked a full month for other reasons, this section does not show.   2.5. section 1.6 "data on women fill instructions 49. Section completed for quarter 1. On 2, 3, and 4. the quarter do not fill in this section. 50.1610. line includes actual hours worked for women together for 1 month of quarter-from the 1310, 1320 and 1330. in row. 51.1620. line includes the absent but paid the women together for 1 month of quarter-from appliances, 1350 and 1360 1340... "line. 52.1630, 1640, 1650, in the line include. number of women who calculated the pay of the month-from 1410, 1420 and 1430. in row. 53.1660. line includes the estimated gross income of women together for 1 month of quarter-from 1470. lines.   3. section 2 of the "data about other workers" fill instructions 54. Each of the workers who produce 2110, 2120, 2130..., or queue, include only 2210. one of those rows according to the index. These employees do not include section 1.   3.1. section 2.1 "workers with the calculated pay" fill instructions 55. Section 1., 2., and 3. the column displays the number of employees having pay calculated at least one day during that month. 56. Section 4 of the box shows the calculated gross pay total of quarterly months workers included ails from 1 to 3. 57.2130. row displays data on self-employed persons who have registered in the State revenue service as self-employed persons and the State social insurance contributions are sorted independently. The self-employed, who are shown in row, 2130 wages (box 4) include personal income tax and compulsory social insurance contributions, because they pay the independent self-employed.   2.2. section 3.2 "workers without pay calculated" fill instructions 58. Section include the following categories of employees without calculated wage: employers, workers in the family (household) members and persons carrying out business activity and do not employ others.   4. section 4 of the "number of employees and vacant jobs by profession payers" fill instructions 59. both the number of employees and vacant jobs by main groups of occupations based on the classification of occupations. Report the number of employees and the number of free workspace presented by profession (post) major group codes that meet the Profession classifier of professions (posts) for the first six of the code mark. To correctly fill out this section, each post determines the profession (post) code. 60. the core of the profession and professional (1 to 3 box) and a free workspace (box 4) is determined by the position in the (Professional) or a free workspace for post (profession). The employee's occupation is not determined by a core group of education records or qualifications. 61. The section also fill in if there are no free workspace. In this case, only 1 to 3 of section box, which indicates the distribution of the number of employees by occupation classification main groups. Number of employees: 61.1.400. line box = 1 row 1 column 1140; 61.2.400. row 2 = in box 2120. line box 3; 38.1.400. row 3 = in box 2130. row 3. aisle. 62. in column 4 (from 400 to 409. row) showing free jobs in the last quarter of calendar working day. Free jobs only in the workspace, which intended to pay. They can be considered both working time and without its workspace, and also to self-employed persons, subject to the provisions of paragraph 64. Free number does not include the workspace workspace designed for urgent, short-term, one-off works-not more than 43 hours per month or 10 hours per week. 63. the following may be the free workspace: 39.2. existing workspace (workspace that vacant permanent or temporary employee of long-lasting absence of disease, pregnancy, maternity leave, parental leave, etc.); 39.3. the newly created workspaces; 63.3. workspace for unlimited and indefinite period; 63.4. workspace full and part time work. 64. By filling in the box 4 of this section, for a free workspace as a workspace, for which the following conditions are met simultaneously: 64.1. There is no contract and the applicant is not selected; 64.2. the employer shall take active measures to find suitable candidates to the workspace, excluding candidates from their employees. Active measures are: the announcement of the State employment agency branch, announcement in the press or on the Internet, direct contact with potential bidders; 64.3. employers are going to fill it immediately or within the next three months. 65. Free jobs in this section 4 does not include the following in box workspace: 65.1. workspace designed for applicants only from among the employees of the respondent; 65.2. the workspace to which the contest has already ended, and the applicant has already been chosen, but not yet concluded contract; 65.3. the workspace where employees are paid or unpaid leave and the date when they will return to work; 65.4. the workspace, which the applicant does not search because this workspace work fulfils existing employees, receive a bonus of about it; 65.5. workspaces that will work unpaid apprentices or employees on a sub-contracted basis; 65.6. workspace in another country. 66. If the free workspace, which previously had a full time job, but the employer further wishes to contract with two bidders for the partial working time, then the free workspace including two free workspace. 67. on the other hand, if disposed of two jobs in the same profession, which previously had been employed in part time employees, but employers looking for candidates to work for one full time, then the free workspace including one free workspace. "
Economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of annex 6 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007 Regulation No 104 of ' 33. Annex to the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 form No. 4-job "statement of work" filling instructions 1 General instructions 1. Respondent's commercial and/or register of taxpayers registered individual merchant or Foundation, or society, or foundation that shall prepare and submit to the individual statistical data after the request of the Central Statistical Bureau. 2. If in any quarter the current year submitted by the respondent in the report finds substantial errors, then all error corrections to notify the current year quarterly reports. 3. the employee within this report is the natural person to a contract of employment or contract of the company agreed to pay out certain work. The number of employees also produce disciples if they pay is calculated. 4. the report includes as one of the staff people-both full-and part-time employees and those working in less or more than one load. 5. the employer within this report-legal person employing at least one staff member. 6. Gross income or other report that gross cost-estimated wages or other costs mentioned in the report, including the payroll tax and the State workers social security payments. 7. Net income-gross income, less payroll tax and State workers ' social security payments. 8. all figures presented in the report to whole numbers.   2. section 1 of the "data on employees, which should be the working time accounts" fill instructions section 1 all 9 sections (from 1.1 to 1.5) displays the data for those employees for whom, in accordance with the law requirements, make records of working time, as well as data on those employees who have a business agreement, and the time you are counting. Data on other employees presented in section 2. 10. section 1 where required (not mark "X"), data distribution separately by the employees who actually worked full time and part time. 11. box 2 "full time" filled in if the employee works under the collective agreement or the normal working time, or more about it, as well as one or more assignments. Full time employees also presented, which the law prescribed shortened working time. 12. It is acceptable that at the full time employees plus those who work up to 10% provided for in the collective agreement or less of the normal working time. 13. box 3 "part time" filled in if: 13.1. employee work or enterprise agreements with employers ' defined full work time (part-time, part-time working day or part-time week); 13.2. employee actually work part time (even if the work or undertaking is not fixed in the contract). This also applies to employees whose employers do not provide full time due to the order or the amount of work. 14. the distribution of full-and part-time workers are not affected by the fact that the employee has not done this work due to the disability period (page A) or (B) or any type of vacation, as well as the fact that the employee has already worked a full month in connection with the acceptance or dismissal. 15. If an employee is full and part time in one of the quarter months have changed, they apply to full-or part-time employees the following: 15.1 filling the row-at 1140 what it had last quarter last month calendar working day; 15.2. the other completed section 1 line-to part-time employees.   2.1. section 1.1 "number of employees (including non-residents)" fill instructions 16.1110. row displays the employee number of the report of the first month in the quarter the first calendar working day-i.e., all who had a job on that date (regardless of whether they had or had not calculated the salary). Also includes employees who were on leave without salary, sick of preservation (the inability to page A or B), had a maternity leave or parental leave. 17.1140. row displays the employee number of the quarterly report last month, the last working day of the calendar.   2.2. section 1.3 "worked and paid time" filling instructions 18.1370. row displays the actual number of hours worked in the quarter total for all employees (man-hours). Includes also worked overtime. 19. the hours Worked also include time spent on tasks such as work preparation, preparing, cleaning of tools; short rest periods at the place of work, including tea and coffee breaks; the time spent at the place of work, without any work, for example, if the event after missing work and paid in accordance with the contract of employment. 20. Every hour, which runs additional normal service hours, regardless of the hourly pay rate applied (e.g. double payments), presented as one hour. 21. the number of hours actually worked do not include: 21.1. absent but paid hours (shown 1380. line); 21.2. the statutory rest breaks and meal; 21.3. the time spent travelling from home to work and back. 22. If the employee brings to the additional principal job, position, profession or employment, and work actually is done in the same time period, the number of hours actually worked shall be presented according to the main job, without taking into account the additional posts, occupation or assignment, even if it has an additional cost. 23.1380. row showing, but worked the number of hours paid in a quarter of all employees together (man-hours). 24. paragraph 23 hours calculated on those days that are charged, but the employee has not worked, regardless of whether they are calendar holidays or working days: 24.1. actually had annual leave or unpaid leave; 24.2. been a consideration for the holidays and other paid days not worked; 24.3. had a disability of A page; 15.2. the former paid downtime; 15.2. the former other paid for but not worked days or parts of days (such as donors). 25. in paragraph 24 of that date conversion to hours depending on the working hours specified in the agreement or internal rules. 26. the inability to page A paid day adjustment in hours for the quarter, as has been the release from work after disability (disability, even if the page is not yet charged). 27.1380. line does not include the time for which the refund was paid for unused vacation.   2.3. section 1.4 "pay" fill instructions From 1410 to 1430 28. line includes employees that income has been calculated at least one day in the month of the reporting quarter. Wages includes payments that are presented from 1471-1477. line. 29. From 1440 to 1460. line includes the calculated gross pay separately for each month of the reporting quarter. Wages includes payments that are presented from 1471-1477. line. 30.1470. row displays the estimated gross income of employees total quarter, broken down by individual cost types from 1471-1477. line. 31.1470. in all the columns of a data row is equal to 1450 1460 1440. +. +. queue data, as well as row 1.1470 column data equal to 1477.1471 row data. 32. each month pay shall include the annual leave of the calculated and the amounts of money only on those days that the employee of the month was on vacation. For example, if the employee is on vacation from 15 May to 11 June, then leave the money on the 31 May to the 15-month but may include vacation pay for June 1-June 11-month. 33. If a staff member also receives royalties, it adds to the basic wage. 34. If any reasons are not calculated in any month pay, and it calculates the next months also for previous months, then follow the following: 34.1. the calculated pay includes the month for which it is calculated; 21.3. If wages calculated on the previous quarter month (month), then clarified the previous quarterly report and submit corrections. 35. If the pay raise for the months for which quarterly reports have been submitted already, then the current quarterly report includes only the amount that applies to the current quarter months. For all other months this extra pay includes the month on which it calculated, and submit corrections. 36. The pay gap include 37, 39, 41, 42, 43, 44 and 45 above positions regardless of the source of financing costs. 37. in row displays the regular 1471 (direct) wages or remuneration in the form of regular cash payments, what time of year is calculated regularly each month: 37.1. monthly salary, the monthly salary of a position; 37.2. the wages calculated on the basis of time worked, output or piecework and paid to employees for hours worked; 37.3. remuneration and additional remuneration for overtime, night work, working on Sundays and public holidays, shift work, for work in dangerous, harmful circumstances; 37.4. royalties (royalties) on the creation of jobs, the issue or execution did not exceed one calendar month; 37.5. bonuses and allowances paid regularly in each month: for example, for noise, risk, heavy work, shift or continuous work, night work and work on Sundays and public holidays, on individual performance, production, productivity, responsibility, diligence, punctuality, qualifications and expertise; 23.4. the payment for the same company to perform additional work to the principal; 37.7. for temporarily absent in the duties of employment; 23.5. the profession, job connect. 38. If the premium and the premium shall be calculated on a monthly basis, despite the fact that they each month can be significantly different, then they consider regular payments and include the line. 1471. 39.1472. line showing the regular pay, which is not calculated regularly each month, including bonuses and allowances paid to certain periods, rather than regularly each month, allowances related to the individual or collective performance. For example, irregular bonuses-quarterly, semi-annual and for a greater period of time bonuses feasts; 13 and 14. 40. At the occasional cost include royalties (royalty) about the creation of jobs, the issue or execution has exceeded one calendar month. 41.1473. row displays the annual and additional vacation pay. The review quarter includes the holiday money just for this quarter months-see paragraph 45. 42.1474. row shows the premium to the vacation and leave benefits. 43.1475. row displays the compensation for unused vacation. 44.1476 line shows consideration for the holidays and other paid days not worked. Here also includes payment for the paid training leave for the day. 45.1477. row displays A page of disability pay. Disability payment includes A page reference in the month when it is calculated. For example, the worker's disability page A for the period from 29 March to 11 April, for which the calculation is made in April. In this case, the disability payment includes A page 1477. line 2. cetuksn, as well as the April month (1410). 46. not included: pay 46.1. other expenses necessary for the employers ' production or operating process; 46.2. the inability to page B pay (not paid by the employer, but the social insurance institution); 46.3. dividends paid (it does not pay, but the income from property). 47.1480. row displays the calculated net pay – i.e. the line presented in 1470. gross income without a payroll tax and the State workers social security payments.   2.4. section 1.5 "data on employees who have been working for the full month" fill instructions From 1510 to 1530.48. row displays the employee that the payment has been calculated, but which had not worked a full month of the quarter in question, due to the acceptance or dismissal. Employees who have not worked a full month for other reasons, this section does not show.   3. section 2 of the "data about other workers" fill instructions 49. Each of the workers who produce 2110, 2120, 2130..., or queue, include only 2210. one of those rows according to the index. These employees do not include section 1.   3.1. section 2.1 "workers with the calculated pay" fill instructions 50. Section 1. column displays the number of employees having pay calculated at least one day of the review quarter. 51. Section 2 of column displays the calculated gross pay total for quarter months employed, which are contained in box 1. 52.2130. row displays data on self-employed persons who have registered in the State revenue service as self-employed persons and the State social insurance contributions are sorted independently. The self-employed, who are shown in row, 2130 wages (box 2) includes individual income tax and compulsory social insurance contributions, because the self-employed pay it yourself.   2.2. section 3.2 "workers without pay calculated" fill instructions 53. Section include the following categories of employees without calculated wage: employers, workers in the family (household) members and persons carrying out business activity and do not employ others.   4. section 4 of the "free jobs" fill instructions 54.400. row showing free jobs in the last quarter of calendar working day. Free jobs only in the workspace, which intended to pay. They can be considered both working time and without its workspace, and also to self-employed persons, subject to the provisions of paragraph 56. Free number does not include the workspace workspace designed for urgent, short-term, one-off works-not more than 43 hours per month or 10 hours per week. 55. the following may be the free workspace: 55.1. the existing workspace (workspace that vacant permanent or temporary employee of long-lasting absence of disease, pregnancy, maternity leave, parental leave, etc.); 55.2. newly created workspaces; 55.3. workspace for unlimited and indefinite period; 55.4. workspace full and part time work. 56. In filling out this section for a free workspace as a workspace, for which the following conditions are met simultaneously: 56.1. There is no contract and the applicant is not selected; 56.2. the employer shall take active measures to find suitable candidates to the workspace, excluding candidates from their employees. Active measures are: the announcement of the State employment agency branch, announcement in the press or on the Internet, direct contact with potential bidders; 56.3. employers are going to fill it immediately or within the next three months at the time. 57. Free jobs not included in the following workspace: 57.1. workspace designed for applicants only from among the employees of the respondent; 57.2. workspace to which the contest is already over and the applicant has already been chosen, but not yet concluded contract; 57.3. workspace where employees are paid or unpaid leave and the date when they will return to work; 57.4. workspace, which the applicant does not search because this workspace work fulfils existing employees, receive a bonus of about it; 57.5. workspaces that will work unpaid apprentices or employees on a sub-contracted basis; 57.6. workspace in another country. 58. in the event that discards the workspace, which previously had a full time job, but the employer further wishes to contract with two bidders for the partial working time, then the free workspace including two free workspace. 59. on the other hand, if disposed of two jobs in the same profession, which previously had been employed in part time employees, but employers looking for candidates to work for one full time, then the free workspace including one free workspace. 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Economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of the annex 7 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007 Regulation No 104 of the "annex 34. Cabinet of Ministers of 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of Annex 8 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007 Regulation No 104 of the" annex 76. Cabinet of Ministers of 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 form No. 1-energy "report for heat and electricity production" filling instructions 1 General instructions form 1 No 1-energy "report for heat and electricity production" submit economic operators producing heat for sales, and all of the CHP. 2. Form No 1-energy "report for heat and electricity production" section, "heat and power balance" filled in for the company. 3. form "annex to the report 1-power" fill in separately for each 3.1 boiler that produces heat for sale; 3.2. each cogeneration unit.   2. Heat and power balance 4.100. row displays all boiler plants and cogeneration stations produced total quantity of heat. 5.101. line. The heat from cogeneration cogeneration facility is simultaneously with electricity and heat transferred to consumers. 6.104. line. Received from suppliers (purchased) heat quantity is determined by the heat supplier invoices. 7.105. row displays the amount of heat produced, which entered general use heat networks. If the heat from the outside and entered the next delivery over networks, including the amount of heat produced in this line. 8.106. heat loss in a row for the distribution and transmission networks. 9.111. line subscribers heat supplied is determined by the meter readings. 10.112. row residents heat delivered to transfer the heat energy that pays citizens, regardless of the shape and form of payment. 11.151. line. Cogeneration of electricity is electricity, cogeneration facility developed on the appropriate use of the heat consumption (according to consumer siltumslodz). 12.162. line. If there is no separate accounting, using the coefficient 0.05 (5% of electricity). "
Economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of Annex 9. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007 Regulation No 104 of the "77. Annex to the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 form" annex to the report 1-power "the fill instruction. 1. General instructions form 1 No 1-energy "report for heat and electricity production" submit economic operators producing heat for sale and all of the CHP. 2. Form No 1-energy "report for heat and electricity production" section, "heat and power balance" filled in for the company. 3. form "annex to the report 1-power" fill in separately for each 3.1 boiler that produces heat for sale; 3.2. each cogeneration unit.
2. Heat and electricity production and supply 4. Boiler installed total capacity (1001) is defined as the set of all boilers of nominal capacity of the Passport. If a boiler is unknown, or the Passport power as steam boiler is produced, then allowed its discovery by checking the working modes maximum water consumption per hour, or, in exceptional cases, the fuel consumption. 5. Chp (1001) show siltumenerģijasuzstādīt capacity. 6. Boiler, CHP average effective power (1002): determines the thermal energy produced (MWh) megavatstund divided by the equipment during the year, the number of hours worked. 7. the quantity of heat produced (1100) is determined by the production of steam and hot water quantity and its specific heat content (enthalpy), steam-steam gauge, hot after water-meter readings by heat. 8. in row presented 1110 boiler houses, heat exchange, CHP origin for personal consumption (steam pumps, steam nozzle, pot nopūšan, etc.) amount of heat used. 9. Maximum actual electric power (2020) is the power, which was the peak event of the year. It can be equal to or less than the Passport electric power.
3. Fuel consumption in the heating and electricity 10.250.201.-line displays the fuel used in the production of electricity and heat. 11. Fuel consumption for electricity production (box 2) and fuel consumption for heating (5. Aile) indicators calculated on the basis of the calorific value of each fuel. 12. thermal energy produced in column 6 for each fuel calculation, taking into account each of the calorific value of the fuel and boiler efficiency of use. 13. Fuel wood volume unit conversion to tonnes using the following data: 1 SteRe = 13.1. ciešmetr 0.65 m3 (m3 close); 13.2.1 m3 = 2.4 loose the m3 (m3 ber); 13.3.1 m3 (w = 40%, where w is the humidity) = 0.625-0.75 t. 4. Energy equipment technical characteristics are presented in this section 14 information for each boiler or cogeneration units operating in the plant. 15. the unit electrical (box 1) and the heat (box 2) maximum output (MW) megavato determined by the machine's passport data. 16. The same type of equipment with the same capacity 3. column displays the total number of it, but the box 4-average efficiency. 17. If one has a more solid fuels (box 5), the report presented to the one spent more fuel.
4.1. Technical specifications 19. Cogeneration cycle way point to different types of fuel in cogeneration facilities, namely: 19.1. Combined cycle energy equipment, the station operated by one or more of the gas turbine, which is transmitted to the rendering of the waste gas boiler with heat recovery at the same time; 19.2. The steam back-pressure turbine with the station, including the backpressure turbine with the municipality of attvaik; 19.3. Steam station with condensing turbine with the municipality on attvaik capacitor; 19.4. Gas turbine with heat recovery turbine outlet, or at another point in the cycle; 19.5. The internal combustion engine with heat recovery; 12.2. Other (exhibit a). "
Economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy adopted annex 10 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007, the Regulation No 104 "78. Annex to the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of annex 11 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007, the Regulation No 104" 79. Annex to the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of annex 12. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007 Regulation No 104 of the "80. Annex Cabinet 2006. 6. Regulation No. 922 November economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of annex 13 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007, the Regulation No 104 "81. Annex to the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of annex 14. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007, the Regulation No 104" 82. Annex to the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of annex 15. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007, the Regulation No 104 "83. Annex The Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of Annex 16, the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007 Regulation No 104 of "84. Annex to the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of Annex 17. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007 Regulation No 104 of the" 85. Annex to the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of annex 18. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007 on the Regulation No 104 "86. Annex Cabinet 2006. 6. Regulation No. 922 November economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of annex 19. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007 Regulation No 104 of the "annex 87. Cabinet of Ministers of 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of annex 20. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007, the Regulation No 104" 88. attachment Cabinet on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of annex 21. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007 Regulation No 104 of ' 89. Annex The Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of annex 22. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007 Regulation No 104 of the "90. Annex to the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of Annex 23. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007, the Regulation No 104" 91. Annex to the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of annex 24. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007 on the Regulation No 104 "92. Annex to the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy adopted annex 25. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007 Regulation No 104 of the" 93. Annex Cabinet on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 form No. 1-e-commerce "report on the use of information technology in enterprises ' filling instructions 1 General instructions this form is desirable to fill information technology (IT) professional. 2. the form consists of five sections that include simple questions about the company used information and communication technologies (ICT) and e-commerce processes. These are the questions to which the correct response variations noted with Q. If the answer that references, such as "move to D1", then the next question to which the answer is D1. If you are not, then the next question is consecutive.   2. A. "General information on information and communication technology (ICT) systems" fill instructions 3. Response to A1. question, mark the answer "Yes", when used in a company's computers in January 2007, including leased. If the company is not in using computers, then mark the answer "no". If you answer "no", then click Next, the following questions and answers not only fills in the questionnaire section X. 4. local computer networks (Local area network-LAN)-the network that connected multiple PCs (can be connected to several different meanings server). Such a network is usually the one building or organization, allowing its users to Exchange data, using common printers and other shared devices. 4.1. Wireless local area networks (Wireless Local area network WLAN)-local computer network where nodes (computers, servers, printers, etc.) or connecting the individual segments is used instead of the normal connecting cable, but radio waves or infrared technology. 4.2. To wire-based local area network-LAN computer network in which the exchange of data between nodes (computers, servers, printers, etc.) use wires (cables). 4.3. the company's internal Intranet computer network that uses Internet Protocol (but not the Internet) so that employees would be able to communicate within an organization. Access to intranet resources is only that company's employees or other authorized persons. 4.4. An extranet-a secure intranet extension that allows external users access to some of the company's intranet. External user can use an Extranet only if he has a valid user name and password. User identity determines which extranet resources is authorized access. 5. enterprise resource planning (Enterprise Resource Planning-ERP) consists of one or more applications or software packages that integrate and process information between the various business functions. ERP involves planning, procurement, sales, marketing, customer relations, financial and human resources. ERP system's main characteristics are: 5.1 designed client server environment (traditional or Internet-based); 5.2 integrates most of the business process; 5.3. processing most of the company's business; 5.4. using company-wide database that stores each data element only once; 5.5. allow access to data in real time. 6. Customer relationship management (CRM-Customer Relationship Management)-management methodology that places the customer at the Centre of business activities, based on the intensive use of information technology to collect, integrate, process and analyze customer-related information. Distinguished: 6.1 operational CRM-business process integration, which is in direct contact with the customer; 6.2. the analytical CRM-company information available about their customers analysis using information databases. Its purpose is to get in-depth information about the customer and how to satisfy their needs. 7. E-invoice-an invoice, in which all the data is in an electronic format and processed automatically. Automatic processing is the core feature of the e-invoice. E-invoice automatically sent to your intercompany payments from invoice ‑ or the service provider's system directly invoiced to the financial or other applications. 8. Digital signature-digital information related to or in connection with a contract or other message, and used as a written signature is the legal equivalent to ensure both the authenticity of the text of the message protection and its authenticity. The concept of a digital signature is often used to mean either a signature that is attached to the text with one or more electronic techniques, or encryption to give protection against modification of the document, and save the report. 9. Free/open source-open source software means software distributed under an open source license. The open source license is a copyright license for computer software that makes the source code available under terms that allow the software to be modified and redistributed without having to pay the original author. 10. electronic products or services-goods/services that can be ordered and delivered over the Internet, such as music, video, games, computer programs, online newspapers, consultants, etc.   3. B. "Internet use" fill instructions 11. Response to B2. question of the number of persons in January 2007 to work regularly used a computer with an Internet connection. 12. in order to determine what type of connection, you can use the contract concluded between the company and Internet service provider. 13. Modem (modem analogu)-dial-up regular phone line. To do this, the computer must have a modem (the device that transmits data using a voice telephone lines) and a normal telephone line. A characteristic feature is that when you're on the Internet the phone line is busy and no one around you can not call. The modem provides Internet connection speed up to 56 Kbps. 14. Integrated Services Digital network connection (Integrated Services Digital Network-ISDN)-a high-quality, modern telecommunications, which provides phone, data and video transmission with connection speed up to 128 Kbps. 15. Digital subscriber line connection (Digital Subscriber line-DSL)-one of the types of broadband that combines several technologies that use simultaneous, high-speed Internet and phone service in the House or Office using an existing subscriber telephone line. According to the December 27, 2005 the Cabinet of Ministers order No. 839 "on the concept of" broadband network development strategy for 2006-2012 ", in Latvia for broadband access, which recognised is the online mode (always on) and lejupvirzien data rate is not less than 256 kbit/s and augšupvirzien data transmission speed is not less than 128 kbit/s. 16. another fixed connection-another permanent Internet connection that is not the DSL (such as cable, high-capacity leased lines, satellite, fibre optic networks, wireless internet (Wi-Hi), fixed wireless access (Fixed wireless access-FW) connections, etc.). 17. Wireless connection (wireless) connection to the Internet network-via cell phone or satellite. High capacity mobile phone connection is a third-generation mobile communications (3 g). Radiolink and LMDS (Local Multipoint Distribution Service) Internet connections also added a wireless connection. 18. Internet home page (Web page)-in the set network location "World Wide Web", which is identified by the Web address. Website information coded in a specific language (such as HTML, XML, Java, etc.) and read with Web browsing programs, such as Netscape's Navigator or MS Internet Explorer.   4. C. "E-commerce Internet" fill instructions 19. Electronic Commerce (e-commerce)-transactions conducted on the Internet Protocol based networks and other networks with computers. In these networks, the goods and services you order, but pay and final delivery carried out online or outside. Orders that are received by phone, fax or handwritten e-mail messages are not considered as electronic commerce. 20. Encryption Protocol (Secure Sockets Layer, SSL/Transport Layer Security-SSA) provides secure communications on the Internet. SSL provides the ultimate point of identification and communication of safety on the Internet using Cryptography. The usual application identifies only the server (i.e., ensure its identity), but the customer remains unidentified). Encryption protocol allows client/server applications to communicate it, to prevent eavesdropping, changes and report fraud.   5. D. "E-Commerce, the use of external computer networks other than the Internet" fill instructions 21. external computer networks (external computer-mediated networks)-network for the electronic exchange of information between computers (replacing paper documents to electronic documents), but not publicly available, such as the Internet. They are private, proprietary networks, using leased lines, and can cover a wide range of local and geographical areas. For example, the EDI through private networks, Minitel, an interactive telephone system. Except all on Internet Protocol (IP)-based networks such as such as www, extranet/EDI through the Internet/virtual private networks (VPN-virtual private network) over the Internet/Internet-connected mobile phones). 22. the network with computers that are not on the Internet. Networks that are used for communications between computers, but is not available to the public a wide area networks such as the Internet. They are the owner of the network, comprising the leased lines and overlapping local and wider geographical areas. Examples are electronic data interchange system (Electronic data interchange-EDI) private networks, interactive phone system, they do not include all IP/Internet Protocol-based networks (www, an extranet, EDI over the Internet, virtual private networks, the Internet, mobile phones, which operate on the Internet).   6. E. "E-skills-the demand for information and communication technology (ICT) skills to" fill instructions 23. Ict specialist skills – ICT system specifying, designing, development, installation, operation, support, maintenance, management, evaluation and research. 24. Ict user skills-to use the system in their work, use a general purpose and specialized software tools that provide the business function. 25. external suppliers/e-skills resources from external suppliers – other companies, including foreign companies/legal persons that are or are not related to a group of enterprises (receiving e-skills from external suppliers, contracts for a steps of the same country or abroad). 26. foreign suppliers/e-skills delivery from abroad-foreign service providers may be: company established overseas branches, usually legal persons (internal suppliers from abroad) and other foreign service providers (external suppliers from abroad). E-skills received from suppliers abroad, means that the resources received from abroad. E-skills that come from the company's foreign affiliates, meaning the internal supply of resources from abroad. "
Economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of annex 26. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007 Regulation No 104 of the "94. Annex to the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 924 of form filling instructions 1-FAP 1. General guidance 1. Annual report on financial assets and liabilities comprise the following sections: 1.1.," i. financial assets by business partners "; 2.2. "II. financial liabilities by business partners". 2. All you see ie provides up to 200 __. 7. may. 3. All indicators in the form presented in lats and in whole numbers.
2. Common principles and the reporting line for the completion of boxes 1 box 4 "At li Kuma over this year's ta ku senior levels" of DAA AG forecasted the race painting at li po ci jas ku mu this year ku Tween. 5. the column "in the year of the transaction value (+,-)" of DAA at Bill of this magnitude st po ci's assets or seeks to know himself but by li ju mu or Nah lie sa ma zi Nah ju mu financial transactions over a year to see how. 6. the column "which it sa Va svār st at the Lou bass, price change (reassessment) (+,-)" with the positive sign indicates an increase in the basic amount of financial transactions and with a negative sign indicates a financial transaction principal reduction in exchange rate or price changes (revaluation). 7. in box 4 "Ci it iz mai volume (+,-)" with the positive sign indicates other reasons lead to the increase of the basic amount of financial transactions and with a negative sign indicates a reduction in the principal amount of the financial transaction (for example, reclassification or catastrophic injury caused changes). 8. the column "At li Kuma over ska ta bei allocated year" of DAA AG forecasted the race painting at li po ci jas ku mu over the year's ta bei allocated. 9. Fill in all the columns in each row the following condition: 1. + 2. + 3. + 4. box = box 5 (taking into account the sign "+" or "-"). 10. Fill in the all lines in each column provides a report as provided for in the relevant financial instrument breakdown by counterparty sector of the home institutional sector or subsector of the classification.
3. Guidance on the composition of the reference line 3.1. Financial assets by counterparties 11.1000 in row ' cash in hand ' indicates the company's cash resources. The information in this row is a balance sheet asset under the heading "current assets" group "money". 12. in 2000, the line, "current accounts" indicate the company's non-cash funds. The information in this row is a balance sheet asset under the heading "current assets" group "money". 13.3000. "term deposits" on the line include term deposits, savings deposits, deposits according to the provision of the scheme or short-term repurchase agreements (repos) which is the official supervision of credit institutions and the central bank. The information in this row is a balance sheet asset under the heading "current assets" group "money"; under the heading "fixed assets" groups "long-term financial investments the item" other securities and investments ". 14. line 4000. "short-term debt securities" (by original maturity) includes debt securities including fixed income, which are due at the time of purchase is up to one year (inclusive), for example, bills, Treasury bills. The information in this row is a balance sheet asset under the heading "current assets" group "short-term financial investments item" other securities "and participation in kapitālo. 15.5000. the lines ' long-term debt securities "(by original maturity) includes debt securities with a maturity at the time of purchase is more than one year, for example, bonds, Treasury bills, mortgage mortgages. The information in this row is the active section of the balance sheet, "long-term investment" groups "long-term financial investments the item" other securities and investments; under the heading "current assets" group "short-term financial investments item" other securities "and participation in kapitālo. 16.6000 in row "derivative financial instruments" the financial assets arising from derivative financial instruments in assessing fair value, i.e., each individual derivative financial instrument positive value. Financial derivatives are options, futures, swaps, interest rate futures contracts, options, or currency of any future, swap and/or interest swaps, which are related to currencies, foreign currency exchange and/or interest rates. The information in this row is a balance sheet asset under the heading "current assets" group "short-term financial investments item" financial derivatives ", the item" other securities and participation kapitālo ' components; under the heading "fixed assets" groups "long-term financial investments the item" other securities and investments ". 17. loans (short term, long term-7000 and 8000 concern. row) and borrowing (short term, long term-refers to 53000. and 54,000. row) include: 17.1. employees account balances arising from participation in the profits of the Corporation; 17.2. refundable security deposit; 17.3. short-term repurchase (repo) agreements and long-term repurchase agreements; 17.4. loans/loans due to non-monetary gold swaps (temporary); 17.5. finance leases and hire purchase contracts; 10.9. loans/loans to finance trade credits; 17.7. mortgage loans/borrowing; 11.1. consumer loans; 11.1. pagarināmo credits; 17.10. loans/borrowings with progressive; 17.11. loans/loans granted as a guarantee of certain obligations. 18.7000. line "bridging loan" (by original maturity) displays, with an original maturity of one year or less. The information in this row is a balance sheet asset under the heading "current assets" group "accounts receivable" item in the "affiliated companies", the item "receivables of associated enterprises", the item "short term loans the company shareholders and managers", the item "other customers ' components. 19. in row 8000 "long-term loan" (by original maturity) displays, with an original maturity of more than one year. The information in this row is the active section of the balance sheet, "long-term investment" groups "long-term financial investments item" loans to affiliated undertakings ", the item" loans to associated companies ", the item" other loans and other long-term receivables "item" loans to the company's shareholders and managers "; under the heading "current assets" group "accounts receivable" item in the "affiliated companies", the item "receivables of associated enterprises", the item "short term loans the company shareholders and managers". 20.9000. line "quoted shares" indicates its shares in stock exchange trading takes place, and to which the regulated market. The information in this row is the active section of the balance sheet, "long-term investment" groups "long-term financial investments the item" investments in the capital of undertakings ", the item" participation in the equity of associated companies ", the item" other securities and investments; under the heading "current assets" group "short-term financial investments item" investments in the capital of undertakings ", the item" other securities "and participation in kapitālo components. 21.10,000 in row "unquoted shares" indicates that the shares do not trade on the regulated market. The information in this row is the active section of the balance sheet, "long-term investment" groups "long-term financial investments the item" investments in the capital of undertakings ", the item" participation in the equity of associated companies ", the item" other securities and investments; under the heading "current assets" group "short-term financial investments item" investments in the capital of undertakings ", the item" other securities "and participation in kapitālo components. 22. in row "another 11,000 participation in enterprises (share)" includes participation in the capital of other undertakings, other than shares which are not included in the statement rows ' quoted shares unquoted shares "and" of ", for example, parts of the shares. The information in this row is the active section of the balance sheet, "long-term investment" groups "long-term financial investments the item" investments in the capital of undertakings ", the item" participation in the equity of associated companies ", the item" other securities and investments; under the heading "current assets" group "short-term financial investments item" investments in the capital of undertakings ", the item" other securities "and participation in kapitālo components. 23. in row 12 000 "own shares and not paid in shares in the capital of the company" includes investment and unpaid amounts in share capital of the Corporation and the capital of the company. The information in this row corresponds to the active section of the balance sheet, "long-term investment" groups "long-term financial investments item" own shares "; under the heading "current assets" group "short-term financial investments item" own shares ", the Group's" accounts receivable "item" Not paid in shares in the capital of the company ". 24.13000. line "fund investment certificates" indicates the operator's investment, which is invested in the Fund investment certificates. An investment certificate is transferable security, establishing a fund investor's participation in the investment fund and from the ensuing rights of participation. The information in this row is the active section of the balance sheet, "long-term investment" groups "long-term financial investments the item" other securities and investments; under the heading "current assets" group "short-term financial investments item" other securities "and participation in kapitālo. 25. the 14,000 line. "the money market Fund's investment certificates" indicates the operator's investment, which invested in a money market fund investment certificates. Money market fund assets invested in such debt securities as State, municipal and central bank issued or guaranteed debt securities and bonds, as well as financial institutions and other companies issued debt bonds and bonds, as well as money market instruments and deposits with credit institutions. The information in this row is the active section of the balance sheet, "long-term investment" groups "long-term financial investments the item" other securities and investments; under the heading "current assets" group "short-term financial investments item" other securities "and participation in kapitālo. 26. the 15,000 line. "advance payments" indicate the payments for goods and services, fixed assets, intangible assets. The information in this row is the active section of the balance sheet, "long-term investment" group "fixed assets" item "advance payments for fixed assets", "intangible assets" item "advance payments for intangible assets"; under the heading "current assets" group "stock" item "advance payments for goods," the Group's "accounts receivable" item "trade receivables" item in the "affiliated companies", the item "receivables of associated enterprises", the item "other receivables". 27.16000 row "intangible assets" (without advance payments) include intangible assets, if they are intended to function, to provide services or hire, and items intended for the operation of or disposal action. Information on this line is a part of the assets of the balance sheet under the heading "fixed assets" group "intangible investment" item "development costs" item "concessions, patents, licenses, trademarks, etc. the right to "item" other intangible assets ", the item" goodwill "value. 28.17000. the lines "fixed assets" (without advance payments) includes all assets belonging, i.e., material assets that are used in the provision of services, or for administrative purposes and provides for rent in use for more than one year, such as land, buildings, vehicles, equipment, etc. assets. The information in this row is the active section of the balance sheet, "long-term investment" group "" item "fixed assets land, buildings, structures and permanent plantations", item "fixed assets leased assets" in item "equipment and machinery", the item "Other assets and inventory", item "create fixed assets under construction costs" of objects. 29.18000. "stocks" (without advance payments) consists of all kinds of materials purchased, purchased for production, the use of the purchased goods intended for sale, from the same company produced materials and semi-finished products which are intended for use in the manufacture of finished products, and that is for sale. The information in this row is a balance sheet asset under the heading "current assets" group "stock" item "raw materials and auxiliary materials", the item "work in progress, the item" finished goods and goods for sale "item in the" incomplete orders ", the item" working animals and productive animals. " 30. the 19,000 line "accrued income" information assets "section of the balance sheet current assets" group "accounts receivable" item "accrued income". 31.20000. rindas "deferred cost" information assets "section of the balance sheet current assets" group "accounts receivable" item "deferred charges". 32.21,000. "other customers not listed above" consists of all other receivables, which are financial claims. The information in this row is a balance sheet asset under the heading "current assets" group "accounts receivable" item "other receivables". 33.30000. "balance" referred to in the report include all financial and non-financial assets total.
3.2. financial liabilities by counterparties in row 34.41000 "shares or capital (share capital)" indicates the shares or capital (share capital). The information in this row correspond to the balance sheet liabilities under the heading "equity" group a "shares or capital (share capital)". 35.42,000. "stock (share) premium" information section of the balance sheet liabilities "equity" group a "Shares (the shares) premium". 36.43,000. "long-term investment revaluation reserve" in the information section of the balance sheet liabilities "equity" group "long term investment revaluation reserve". 37.44000. "financial instruments revaluation reserve" in the information section of the balance sheet liabilities "equity" group "financial instruments revaluation reserve". 38.45000. row "reserves" information is the balance sheet liabilities under the heading "equity" group "reserves" item "reserves" set by Law, the item "reserves for own shares or parts", the item "public statutory reserves", the item "other reserves". 39.46,000. "previous years retained earnings" corresponds to the balance sheet liabilities under the heading "equity" group "retained earnings" item "previous years retained earnings". 40.47000. lines "for the year retained earnings" corresponds to the balance sheet liabilities under the heading "equity" group "retained earnings" item "for the year retained earnings". 41.48000. line "savings" indicates a specific expenditure relating to the prior period transactions, but that the amount of payment or the time is not yet precisely known. Savings accrued costs for certain types of damages, liabilities or costs, but its date of cover or is unknown. Information on this line is a section of the balance sheet liabilities "accruals" item "provisions for pension liabilities equivalent", item "accruals expected taxes", the item "other provisions". 42.49000. "taxes and State social security payments" information is the balance sheet liabilities "section of the creditors ' group ' long-term creditors" and "short-term creditors" items "taxes and State social security payments". 43.50000. line "the Issued short-term debt securities" (by original maturity) includes debt securities issued by undertakings with a maturity of up to one year (inclusive), for example, bills of Exchange, commercial securities. Information on this line is a section of the balance sheet liabilities "vendors" in the group "short-term creditors" items "Due bills". 44. in row 51000 "-Issued long-term debt securities" (by original maturity) includes debt securities issued by undertakings with a maturity of more than one year, such as mortgage bonds, debentures, promissory notes. Information on this line is a section of the balance sheet liabilities "creditors ' groups ' long-term creditors" and "short-term creditors" items "Due bills". 45.52,000 in row "derivative financial instruments" the financial commitments arising from derivative financial instruments the fair value assessment, i.e., each individual derivative financial instruments with negative value. Financial derivatives are options, futures, swaps, interest rate futures contracts, options, or currency of any future, swap and/or interest swaps, which are related to currencies, foreign currency exchange and/or interest rates. Information on this line is a section of the balance sheet liabilities "vendors" in the group "short-term creditors" item "financial derivatives". 46.53,000. line "short-term borrowings" (by original maturity) refers to the merchant loans borrowing which original maturity of up to one year (inclusive). Information on this line is a section of the balance sheet liabilities "vendors" in the group "short-term creditors ' item ' loans against bonds", the item "loans" being converted into shares, the item "loans from credit institutions", the item "other loans", the item "receivables related companies", the item "debt to associated companies" components. 47.54,000. in the line "long term loan" (by original maturity) refers to the merchant loans where the original term of occupancy is set for more than one year. The loans are also considered in the framework of the credit line received funds and financial leasing. Information on this line is a section of the balance sheet liabilities "creditors ' groups ' long-term creditors" and "short" positions "vendor loans against bonds", the item "loans" being converted into shares, the item "loans from credit institutions", the item "other loans", the item "receivables related companies", the item "debt to associated companies" components. 48.55000. line "From customers received advances" indicates the advances received from customers, suppliers and the debts the operators work. Information on this line is a section of the balance sheet liabilities "creditors ' groups ' long-term creditors" and "short" positions "of the vendor customers received advances", the item "trade payables" item "debts related companies", the item "debt to associated companies" components. 49.56000. "review of the year and paid out a dividend of the previous years ' information is in the section of the balance sheet liabilities" creditors ' groups ' long-term creditors "and" short-term creditors "items" of dividends for the year "items" Not in the previous year the dividend ". 50.57000. "deferred income" information is the balance sheet liabilities "section of the creditors ' group ' long-term creditors" and "short-term creditors" items "deferred income". 51.58000. "accrued liabilities" correspond to the balance sheet liabilities "section of the creditors ' group" short-term creditors "item" accrued liabilities ". 52.99000. "other vendors not listed above" consists of all other creditors. Information on this line is a section of the balance sheet liabilities "creditors ' groups ' long-term creditors" and "short" positions "creditors other creditors". 53.60000. "balance" includes all financial liabilities referred to in the report.
4. categories of 54. Time Period of "short-term" loans loans presented and debt securities whose original maturity, notice period for withdrawals or emissions specified at the time of maturity of up to one year (inclusive). 55. the term "long-term" loans loans presented and debt securities whose original maturity, notice period for withdrawals or emissions specified at the time of maturity is more than one year. 56. The "initial deadline" period at the time of conclusion of the transaction. "
Economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of Annex 27. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007 Regulation No 104 of "95. attachment Cabinet on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of annex 28. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007, the ' 96 Regulation No 104. Annex to the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of annex 29. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007 Regulation No 104 of" 97. Annex Cabinet 2006. 6. Regulation No. 922 November economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of annex 30. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007 Regulation No 104 of the "98. Annex to the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of Annex 31. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007 Regulation No 104 of the" 99. Annex to the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy adopted Annex 32. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007, the Regulation No 104 "100. Annex The Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of Annex 33. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007 Regulation No 104 of the "101. the annex to Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 form No. 1-the Museum of the" review of the operation of the Museum "filling instructions 1 General instructions 1. report fill in all public museums (national, accredited municipality or autonomous museums) and accredited private museums. 2. the reference period-200. year.
2. under "item description" fill instructions 3.110. queue builds on the previous reporting period total inventory items (110) and inventoried this reporting period items (120) amount, less the period of item the excluded items (130). 4.160. line displays the number of items, which made scientific inventory according to the law. 5.190. row presents the eksponēto Museum objects, which are not included in the line 170.
3. Title 2 "exhibition and exposure" fill instructions 6.2100. row displays all the shows (with the exception of the line shows ekspresizstād 2400.), exposed in the Museum of the reference period. Here include both the Museum and the other writers create exhibitions that have taken place in the premises of the Museum. They include the open the previous year exhibitions, which continued during the reporting period. 7. in row the 2200 displays both the reference period and the exhibition created earlier exposure outside the Museum (not the exposure). 8. line 2400. displays exhibitions that complement any event (Conference, workshop, the anniversary event of the URu.tml.) or outside in the Museum and is viewable only during the event.
4. section 3 of the "Museum of the area of the" guidelines for completing 9.3200. the total area of the line represents the exposure and exhibition medicine (3210), storage (984) and the rest of the space (3230) area.
5. section 4 of the "work" with visitors ' fill instructions 10.4100. line the total number of visits is equal to individual visitors (4110), visiting groups (5980) and General attendance (4130) amount. This number includes all visitors, including those visiting the Museum free of charge. 11.4110. row shows the Museum and exhibition individual visits. 12.5980. row shows the Museum and exhibition visits. This figure may not be the same with student (4121s) and foreigners (4122) visits the Group amount because the museum visit also other visitors in groups (such as soldiers, retired members of the society. URu.tml), for which separate information is not required for this report. 13. in row displays the 4130 register visits whose purpose is not the exposure or exhibition, but rather receive advice, participation in events organised by the Museum URu.tml. 14. in row displays the prom 4400 and other forms of work that are not included in the 4200 4300 and 4500, in row. 15. 4500. specific targeting on the line shows the media measures that for the museum exhibit, shows the base or specially created environment with muzejisk means being organized educational activity, cognitive process, with the active involvement of the audience. Here the article, rather than discharged session topic.
6. title 5 "reporting period finished scientific works" fill instructions 16.510. row displays the article that created the publication of periodicals, yearbooks and other publications. 17.520. row shows the number of the monograph. Monograph-extensive scientific treatise, which dealt with one question/topic.
7. Title 6 "the Museum staff" fill instructions 18.6100 displays the row Museum officials/employees number of the last accounting year calendar working day the Museum was the main site (which the working relationship with the Museum are designed with the payroll tax booklet) or next to the place of work (without payroll tax booklet).
8. section 7 of the "revenue" fill instructions 19. This section displays the Museum's revenue during the period.
9. section 8 "" fill instructions 20.810. row displays the calculated gross salary (budget economic classification code 1100). 21.820. line displays the State the employer's social security payments (budget economic classification code 1200). "
Economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of annex 34. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007 Regulation No 104 of the "102. Annex to the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of annex 35. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007, the Regulation No 104" 103. Annex to the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of annex 37. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007, the Regulation No 104 104 annex "Cabinet 2006. 6. Regulation No. 922 November economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of annex 37. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007, the Regulation No 104 105 annex "the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of annex 38. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007 Regulation No 104 of 106 annex" the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of annex 39. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007, the Regulation No 104 "107. Annex The Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy adopted annex 40. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007 Regulation No 104 of the "108. Annex to the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of Annex 41. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007, the Regulation No 104" 109. Annex to the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy adopted Annex 42. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007 on the Regulation No 104 "110. attachment of the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy adopted 43. Annex Cabinet 2007 February 13, Regulation No 104 annex 111" Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of Annex 44. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007 Regulation No 104 of 112 annex "the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of annex 45 Cabinet 2007 February 13, Regulation No 104 "113. Annex to the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy adopted annex 46. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007 Regulation No 104 of 114 Appendix" the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm submitted to the Ministry of the economy version of the Annex 47. Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2007 Regulation No 104 of 115 Appendix "the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2006, regulations no 922 economic Minister j. Malcolm