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ORGANIC LAW OF THE CONGREGATION OF CHARITY 'August 4, 1904 and April 12, 1910 Chapter I. Offices. Art. 1. - The administrative offices of the Congregation of Charity of San Marino are sorted as follows: 1. Administrative Management. 2. Secretariat and Accountancy. 3. Cash. 4. Agricultural Company. 5. Bursar. 6. Infirmary. 7. Pharmacy. Art. 2. - Each Office is responsible for an employee who prend respectively name: Managing Director - Secretary - Accountant - Cashier - countryside Agent - Treasurer - Warehouse - Pharmacist. There are also a Head Sick King, three nurses and other service personnel as per Table Organic. Art. 3. - All employees only communicate with the Director pr whatever is on administrative services. Art. 4. - The appointment of employees to the Congregation of Charity is made by the Great and General Council, normally through public competition based on qualifications. You can even proceed to call, when by special resolution, it recognizes the opportunity. Art. 5. - The Congregation always has the power to originate from a place lower than vacancy the clerk on duty that has the desired requirements and Siasi distinguished by intelligence and good will. Art. 6 - It can not be appointed to any office who does not have the following requirements: a) citizenship of San Marino; b) Full enjoyment of civil rights; c) healthy and robust physical constitution; d) Conduct irreproachable in every relationship; e) Age not less than 21 nor more than 35 years. You can decampare from the requirement a) when the Council accepts its opportunities. Art. 7. - Also: a) the Administrative Director documents that will establish from time to time the General Council: b) for the Secretary-Accounting degree from the Accountant; c) for the Cashier sixth grade; d) for the Bursar storekeeper technical licensing or gymnasium; e) for the Country Agent the diploma of a Kingdom agricultural school; f) for the Pharmacist degree in pharmacy or chemistry; g) for the nurses and orderlies elemntare the license. They will be also required certificates that best c mprovino the ability of candidates to the post to which they aspire. Art. 8. - The appointment means always done for two years on an experimental basis; Ultimately, however, it becomes even without special confirmation if this deadline elapses without the stepped resolution of dismissal. E 'except for the director, pr the Cashier, the Country Agent, the Washerwoman, the Janitor who are confirmed every two years and may never achieve stability neither increases nor retirement. In case of dismissal, this may not be effective that after finishing the last two years and at least three months from the date on which the dismissal itself was approved. Chapter II. Managing director. Art. 9. - The Administrative Manager shall be appointed by the Great and General Council for a trial two-year period and with a check L. 500. Art. 10. - The Administrative Director is not part of the organic role of the Congregation of Charity staff, but is considered as an appointee. Art. 11. - The Administrative Director participated with the directors' liability acts issued by the Congregation and therefore any resolution, decision, contract and in general any act of the institution will have over the signing of ch has the representation of the Congregation have well signed by the director or the person replacing him temporarily. Art. 12. - The guidance office is the immediate organ of execution of any act or order issued by the Congregation or the Presidency, through regular communication between the Congregation, the Presidency and individual offices. Art. 13. - The Director is the head of all employees and wage and has the supervision and direction of all offices and employees institutions. And 'therefore it required to ensure that all await offices with the greatest urgency to-day administration of their respective obligations and to report to the Presidency any case of negligence or delay on the part of the same. Chapter III. Secretary and accountant. Art. 14. - They are attributions of the Secretary of the estate of the Protocol, the assistance to the sessions of the Congregation, compilation and publication of the minutes, the all correspondence processing, the sealing list or register of subsidized, l ' list of poor families, compilation, modification and conservation of the Regulations, the formation of moral statements, keeping the register of mortgage registrations, the renewal of mortgages, inheritance complaints in the case say donations, the tightness of the Recording or the sick, of hospitalized demented and exposed. Countersignature the money orders and any other act which emanates from the Congregation,
assists and prepares the acts of contract, writes the cap tolati of charge, we send the correspondence and copies of the resolutions subject to approval, shape and change gl'inventari of the goods of the entire Congregation; proceeds with President inspections of Cassa. Art. 15. - The Secretary may be authorized by the President to receive and open all the letters, petitions etc. not unique person, and after having given notice to the Chairman, care that are logged, and have the ongoing debt. Oversees the provision of charity according to the rules and provides for the education of all affairs to then submit to the President and to the Congregation. Under its responsibility shall register of deeds and contracts according to the financial laws, the related payments and payments of inheritance taxes. It keeps well as the protocol of the private business, keeps the minutes of the deliberations, only the constituent tables and whatever else is of key concern for the administration. He holds a current and well ordered the archive which is responsible, dovendosene entrust to him the key and igila so that no document be removed without a written order from the President. In this case, it noted in a special register of the removed cards and will ensure the prompt withdrawal. Art. 16. - Which Accounting keeps all records, namely the cash journal, the ledger, to the domestic accounts, the campaign accounts, consistency magazzeni, register of securities. Shape budgets, actual, attaching the necessary demonstration reports, need roles; releases the money orders, recovery orders Deten ndo applicable records as well as those of review and clearance of country notes Agent and Treasurer, suppliers and workers. Both mandates that recovery orders are issued with a progressive order number and must indicate the charity or institution on whose behalf they are released and contain other information prescribed by regulation. It must also keep the schedule of rents, insurance contracts, supplies, etc. administration. for appropriate legal acts. Check the office of Cash and report every month on cash needs; It holds out the loading and unloading of deposits and controls the use of funds entrusted to the agent of Countryside doing this to the President of any irregularities, which for any reason were to emerge. Chapter IV. Cashier. Art. 17. - The Treasurer shall hold in custody the money and valuable effects, debt securities and in general what nque object, value card or document to be delivered to it, the reason so much of the Congregation or of the pious works and institutions by essadipendenti, throughout the Community. Art. 18. - Based on the roles and orders that are delivered by the Secretariat and sent to executes both the exactions, as payments during business hours. Releases, and to bringing the financial laws of the Republic and by means of receipt book dedicated to mother and daughter, the receipts of the exact amounts and withdrawing receipts of payments made. It receives based on specific reversali or recovery orders capital deposits and those made by third parties at the Congregation, releasing its bills designed to make the test and returned it there the same stores as a result of the Congregation orders. Art. 19. - The Treasurer shall keep an annual cash book in which, with strict chronological order and without gaps or abrasions, collecting records each and every payment made on behalf of the Congregation employees and institutions. For deposits made by the congregation or by a third party must keep a register of loading and discharge. Cashier delivered weekly to the Presidency statement of his newspaper over form addimostrante the cash situation of the week. Art. 20. - When prompted speaks at the signing of attinotarili that should serve as proof of payments, tax collections, deliveries and registrations of values; provides for the exchange of cash depending on the service conditions, shall submit requests for cash which abbisognasse pel ordinary service and lends to the overall performance of the Congregation orders, the Presidency Council, the Secretariat, in accordance with their powers. Art. 21. - The Treasurer for the exercise of its functions is obliged to provide for his own responsibility, a responsibility to represent him at every event of absence and impediment. Art. 22. - To guarantee the management pays the deposit which will from time to time established by the Congregation. Art. 23. - The Treasurer and the responsibility of the differences in cash that were to detect
Following the cash checks must also meet the all the values we had in custody. Art. 24. - The cash surplus of the ordinary daily service needs that no one wanted to invest, it must be described in a special list to be no duplicate and filed together with a copy of that list, in the closed storage tank with two keys, one of which will be entrusted to the Cashier the other to the President. In the same case will have nno equally be deposited debt securities, valuable objects etc. listed as stated above. Chapter V. Country agent or factor. Art. 25. - The agricultural company is managed by a country agent or factor that will depend on the Congregation. Art. 26. - The culture of the funds must be strictly subject to the modern rules of good agricultural and based on the rotation system that Altern the seeding of the foodstuffs with forage grasses, according to the experiences and the nature of the places. Art. 27. - The factor for any innovation to be introduced in the cultivation of the funds will have to make detailed report to the President, who heard the opinion of the deputies, as the case may submit proposals to the Congregation. Art. 28. - Each farm will be set each year a product for each hectare or tornatura, based on the product of neighboring funds held by private individuals or on the results of the previous years of the administration of funds. The product will be well established in the capital and the livestock sty of each fund. Art. 29. - In those settlers who will give a crop yield a profit in the greater cattle to the date set as above, the Congregation will give u cash prize. Art. 30. - Each year, no more 'late of August the factor should propose all credit transfers with the respective spending that will be required for each individual fund because the Congregation, the need occurred, can predict the same spending in the budget. Art. 31. - For the appropriate measures also the estimate of annual seminazioni will be proposed to the Congregation two months before the time in which they must be executed. So is true of fertilizers, copper sulphate and other indispensable prepared. Art. 32. - The factor has to take out the graph type of all funds indicating all the yards of each Fund, distinguished by a progressive farm number for the farm, of the sites is measured in hectares or tornature and indicating the crop citrus fruits, in order to be able to exactly monitor, control cultures, the rotations etc. Art. 33. - In general they are not permitted subsidies to settlers if no urgent need for employees to force majeure as illnesses, diseases, injuries, lack of food. Requests will be made to the factor that the Presidency will inform the deliberations of the Congregation. But for those settlers who are in credit coll'amministrazione the President himself can order the payment of sums given, within the limits of their actual credit. Art. 34. - The cattle barn and pigsty must be briefed to the importance of the bottom and the settler will have to try the cultivation of forage needed to maintain the ro, as a rule, is not allowed the purchase of forage. Art. 35. - It is not allowed the settlers to keep the horse except in exceptional cases, could very well use to relieve themselves of an ass, which returns more economical than a horse. Art. 36. - For the steering of the settlement funds to current practices will be observed in the Republic. Art. 37. - The elected before hiring the service will have to present to the Congregation for a deposit of L. 5000 in the manner specified by the Regulation on the Charity Congregation. Art. 38. - And 'the main obligation of the factor of having a constant and rigorous monitoring of the rustic funds, directing the cultivation of the same as we have said before. It is up to the same well to make proposals for new construction and repairs of farm buildings, for local roads accommodation and leveling of land. Art. 39. - Assists the masonry work to originate the buildings of the rustic funds and since the small restorations, for whom it is not necessary the work of an engineer or a parent master mason, he takes over. Art. 40. - Monitor the crops, attends the division of each product, notes the main part, takes care of the transport in the Congregation warehouses, doing accompany each load with a special bill of entry. Not being able to attend simultaneously the division of the crop in more 'funds on the same day, the administration will propose a trusted person who should represent him. Art. 41. - It shall ensure that the settlers, tenants comply with all the provisions of the covenant farmhouse or capitulates
the affittanza, with absolute obligation to report to the administration every transgression. Art. 42. - Presents the administration no longer 'mse later than October a statement of landed plants and those substituted and new plantations in rows, hedges, nurseries and forms a log of changes occurred both in camps and in buildings colonici, in order to perform on inventarii the necessary annotations. Art. 43. - Note weekly in a special printed sheet to be submitted to the President and Deputy to the farm for inspection, the daily work performed by the workers for improvement of the funds, knockdowns of plants etc .. Similar notes will then passed to the Accounting Department for the appropriate payments and records. Art. 44. - One day per week to be specified by the presidency, he went to the offices to receive the appropriate orders. Art. 45. - Can not arbitrarsi factor to sell anything, etc. tion made for the livestock of all kinds, without special permission of the administration. Art. 46. - Of the proceeds from the sale of each item or product will have to fill out above form the load statement for the accountancy office with a separate indication of each farm, then addebitandosi amount in the monthly sheet if he so has directly collected. Art. 47. - In the first five days of each month the factor will have to submit to the count of all operations performed in the previous month, accompanied by all the supporting documents, with the caveat that he shall not stand suspended and that the slopes 'Accounting office of the radierà from the account every expense that does not refer to the month of the bill the same concerns. Art. 48. - With regard to the livestock management must pa imenti special care to have, better wait for the reproduction and breeding rather than to commercial traffic and prevent deperiscano beasts from old age in the stables rather encouraging in this case fattening , I had always regard that the cattle work is proportionate to the needs of each fund. Art. 49. - It must immediately inform the administration of cases of illness and death in cattle, and every week of the purchases and sales births, as well as the vaccine that following sale or dislattamento calves, being milked by the settlers to make cheese. Equal care must have for cattle fattening and breeding. Art. 50. - The net profit of the livestock premium to be paid the factor in 10% reason as art. 11 of the Statute will have to be liquidated at the end of each year by the Accounting Department. Art. 51. - The Factor will regularly meet the commitments that meets for the administration, according to market rules, since he is only responsible from the contractors. Art. 52. - will be against him dependent commercial loss from any cause, and especially from the money handling, loss, theft etc. suffered by subtraction. Art. 53. - Outside of seasonal gifts that the settlers are wont to do to the factors spontaneously on solemn occasions, can not perceive the campaign agent by the settlers, nor any other funds appropriated on uncertain and especially the products of new rows, roots and other plants from landing. Art. 54. - The farmer is obliged to exact compliance with the pr Regulation and infringements will be punished in accordance with that. Art. 55. - The administration reserves the right to make those changes it deems necessary to this Regulation and the farmer will be required to submit to the new rules. Art. 56. - At factor is assigned a fund of L. 500 for meets his expenses payable. E ', however, obliged to pay each monthly sum eccedent that as a result of the proceeds were to achieve. Chapter VI. Treasurer and bursar. Art. 57. - The Treasurer: a) over all the furniture of the Congregation and dependent institutions, the sacred vessels of the oratory that will be recorded in special inventories and which held out the variations and notify the Accounting Department; b) to transmit orders to individual suppliers, receives and controls the administration, reject them if they do not comply with contractual obligations or do not meet the given orders, referring to the Congregation if challenged; c) entrusts the offices of dosing required by them and duly authorized by withdrawing from the Presidency received; d) report monthly to the accounts given of the attaching of the relevant orders; e) shall ensure the payment of small occorribili expenses, by withdrawing the necessary supporting documents; f) presents at the end of each month the note of all the payments made to obtain repayment through regular mandate;
g) supervises and directs the hospital's staff and the shelter, cleaning local offices edi; h) receives all farm products addebitandosi the quantity and quality received; i) I take care of the good housing in storehouses of each product box and inform the Presidency and the secretariat to each request; l) makes supplies that are ordered by the Presidency subordinating trading the approval of the application; m) executes the administration and delivery of drrate and whatever he is ordered by the presidency, retaining the orders relating to ask in turn discharge from the Accounting Department. It depends directly on the Secretariat. Art. 58. - Treasurer is entrusted with a fund of 200 for L. meets the expenditure referred to in the previous article. Art. 59. - The Treasurer must pay a deposit L. 2000 which is subject to the Regulation on the Congregation related to securities. Art. 60. - He also is responsible in front of the congregation of the wardrobe, the laundry, as well as the copper pots and other kitchen utensils, although there are special officers in charge, who, like his employees, are to turn toward him responsible. To this effect, in addition to the special inventory and delivery status of what is held in trust by the same charge, will have the obligation to make monthly checks to find out if it has been some lack, in which case it is obliged to make immediate report to the President. Art. 61. - Receiving delivery taking place or the purchase, the destruction or total decay effect of some furniture, bedding or other, or the conversion of some boss to different use linen, (such rattoppature, patches etc. ) must in each case make annotation in the appropriate registers. Art. 62. - According to the daily dietary mirror that comes the head nurse, and he provides delivery to the kitchen the large amount of wine, coffee bread, sugar etc. for the distribution of meals the next day. Art. 63. - the Head nurse delivery, as guardian of the effects of salt the quantity of dishes, furniture and what else is needed for the ordinary bringing back service similar receipt. Art. 64. - Each day delivery to cook that sufficient quantity for the day of fuels, edible etc. and other genres, existing in magazzeni recording every single thing and quality into the book and watching their tiny consummation. Art. 65. - shall supervise the kitchen because the tools Let them be kept well cleaned and repaired on time and well-cooked food and distributed Let them be in the assigned hours, f cendone immediate report to the President in case of transgression. Art. 61. - In case of work or renovations that eseguissero to local or inside the hospital is required to supervise workers in order everything to be done more regularly paste and economy and in the way that best ensures their durability; and it is also obliged to monitor the filling of the straw targets and rifacitura mattresses. Art. 67. - It provides for the good maintenance of the wine having the obligation of the President warned of the deteriorations that could take place. Art. 68. - conservation care of all kinds of stock and can not rilasciarne though the slightest amount to others without order of the President. Art. 69. - shall supervise the building both inside and outside the hospital and shelter because it is well preserved and with the utmost cleanliness and decency. Art. 70. - He repeated daily visits and even at night to the local hospital, akin to observe, as they deserve, and all out of order. Art. 71. - In good time to be right on the preparation of annual budgets presented to the Congregation proposals for consumer items, bedding, furniture etc. that may occur in the following year. Art. 72. - At the end of each year compiles the general statement of worn genres and their respective inventories. Art. 73. - For the shelter provides all equipment needed as a hospital for the sick. Dal'Economo depend directly on the servers or nfermieri the shelter itself. Chapter VII. Head nurse. Art. 74. - The Chief Nurse has its dependence on all other nurses. Art. 75. - It is obliged to sleep in the hospital and be there at the appointed hours what time and at any other time the order is akin to offer their services where appropriate. Art. 76. - And 'particular obligation of the surveillance wards with special task of maintaining the overall cleanliness of the wards; then it will observe nurses and other attendants as well as the sick and the strangers the prescribed disciplines; will ensure the good performance and
order in the halls; these well-ventilated may be, that nurses and they shall be rescued and assisted promptly any case, the beds are well kept and the bedding is clean; will exercise scrupulous and daily check in tables for each sick because they do not hide food and drink in contrast to dietary and health requirements. It will watch finally because not have to happen and drawbacks whatsoever disorders, also doing night inspections. Of any violation of any such inconvenience whatsoever disorders, also doing night inspections. Of any violation of any such inconvenience and extraordinary accident which had occurred in the hospital, he warned, he must make an immediate report to the Director. Art. 77. - Follows and assists in their visits the Sanitation section both in men than in women in the section noting nosological folders dietary and pharmaceutical prescriptions and transcribing the first on dietary daily sheet, the second on pharmacy cowhide. Art. 78. - The visits transmits the Bursar f dietary Council and sends the cowhide Pharmacy Just finished for the shipment of medicines. Art. 79. - incumbent nurse leader to lend his assistance and his work in all surgical operations, nell'ambulatorio and autopsies. Art. 80. - The Chief Nurse is required for stepping on, following an order of the Director, to watch those sufferers who by nature of their illness or to the extent of a surgical operation require it a special and exceptional service. Art. 81. - Collect every day from Pharmacist medication and then distributes the same to every single male or female patient and gives the necessary instructions in order to further drug delivery takes place according to the orders given to him and with the necessary caution. So likewise shall awake and see to it that the Sieno medicines regularly and wisely administered by nurses on recommending the most attention and accuracy on the fulfillment of this important service. If the proven not to have done by some nurses the right administration orders received, he soon rends aware the Curante pei measures they could take. Art. 82. - It guards locked up and he himself administered the drugs so-called heroic and energetic action, as he was in charge of the problems that could occur by carelessness and negligence on the administration of these drugs. Art. 83. - Sleep well and assists the distribution of food and wine for the sick, because each of them has in the amount allocated by the treating physician. Art. 84. - At the entrance of a patient withdraws from the same money and valuables he could have, releases him and transmits such received values from the Bursar who also retires received. Likewise, in case of death he withdraws the money and valuable effects that the deceased was holding him and Bursar delivers them because they give in to their rightful heirs. Art. 85. - In case of death of a patient calls the gravediggers and shall immediately denounced the Chairman, the Director and the Bursar to the appropriate disposizi ni. Art. 86. - Happened the departure or death of a sick leverage the table and the door to the store immediately Health. In a case of death by the Director prend orders for the autopsy akin to outfit the room and render anatomical warned the gravediggers. Art. 87. - It guards and keeps always well polished surgical paraphernalia; has over equipment, crutches and so abbisogni the care of the sick; It holds well cleaned and in perfect order the Cabinet microchemical lending for this to require it because the Sanitation. Art. 88. - It holds the keys of the House of operations; It has the obligation to keep always said environment in maximum clarity and may be in need of preparing everything in the same operations. Art. 89. - Oversees and directs the service of demented observation rooms as well has an obligation to keep cleaned and ordered the anatomical room, guarding in her arms that serve to necropsy. Art. 90. - He is forbidden to hand out to anyone irons or other hospital without the permission of the Director, who is accountable to the Congregation of failure or deterioration which could take place in them. Art. 91. - He normally delivery of a quantity of material to dressing of the consumption of which day-to-day held note giving Bursar exhaust. Art. 92. - Every evening, before it closes the wardrobe he must deliver to the cloakroom attendant all the dirty linen of infirmaries passed the lav ndaia, by withdrawing as much of that it will deliver clean as needed on call nurse. Art. 93.
- Will hold well over all the linen needed to complete equipment of all beds of more infirmaries' two sheets pei urgent cases. This linen he is solely responsible and will issue a receipt to the cloakroom. Art. 94. - Delivery well as the cloakroom the clothing of the sick forced to bed. Art. 95. - The head nurse exercises surveillance service even in Hospitalization and executes what is ordered by the Medici family. Art. 96. - And 'his duty visit more' times a day to the sick of the shelter, attend to their needs, take your temperature, inform GP than he happened to observe. Chapter VIII. Nurses. Art. 97. - The number of nurses and nurses from the unit comes attached organic table. Yes the ones that the others are exclusively and promiscuously to employees of Infirmaries service, the room of the operations and the surgery. All depend on the Cape nurses through which the higher orders are transmitted to them. They must in that respect and obedience to the leaders of the Economic and Religious service. Art. 98. - They in addition to the hours of service established by specific time, must at any other time you day and night to offer their services when the need arises and if Sieno required by their superiors. Art. 99. - All without distinction under the direction of Head nurses are required to lend to the general distribution of food to the sick, so much for transportation of containers on in the halls, as well as for the distribution of meals to the sick individual. 0 Art. 100. - all without distinction are also required in the respective sections, to attend health visits, during which and during surgery must lend itself to whatever is commanded them. They must also offer their services and assistance in surgical treatments that are made outside the hours of ordinary visits and when they are required. 1 Art. 101. - The night watchman service of nurses, if there Sieno sick that abbisognino will be determined by the Director. 2 Art. 102. - And 'expressly prohibited nurses and alleinf rmiere keep or donate anything to the sick or on behalf of these and buy anything from them, as well as to seek and receive it by them than by strangers tip or gifts under any title or cause. 3 Art. 103 - All the nurses can not get away from the hospital especially at night, without the permission of the Director, except that in the hours of freedom set time of day. 4 Art. 104. - The on-call you will be made to turn the nurse and the nurse, as will be set by the Director, in agreement with the President, in a special tabell. And 'it is forbidden to leave the nurse-call before being surrogate. The nurses from ceasing his turn should give delivery to the person replacing him. The nurse and the nurse for the custody and care of severe special un'ammalato, can not abbandonrlo a moment without being suppliti in the temporary absence. 5 Art. 105. - The guard nurse must serve diligently and humanly the sick in their every occurrence; monitor the phenomena and changes that occur on the disease to make immediate report to the Head Nurse, who will immediately call the physician when it deems necessary an extraordinary visit. 6 Art. 106. - The guard nurse has under its responsibility the key where you guard the medicines and emergency instruments. Also it has a duty to administer and pay all those medicines to the sick and all those cures that are prescribed by the Health and as directed by the Head nurses had. 7 Art. 107. - The guard Nurse is obliged to renew the air in the morning and how much salt abbisogni other times in the day; to make the bed once a day to the sick who are unable to get up; seat it twice a day to all the sick without distinction and do it again and change it to those who do not rise, when this is ordered by the head nurse or the Director. It shall also take the most 'possibly clean the sick in the person and linen washing them if necessary, or by washing by themselves, face or hands; observe that their garments did not remain above the bed or hung but instead are bent and bedded on the banquet which is by each bed: keep clean those banquets and the tables and watch over the sick waves anything food or drink to be brought from outside without the permission of the Director. 8 Art. 108. - the nurses are obliged to sweep, clean the rooms and surgery; the pots and utensils d
purging of the sick; They must also ensure that the latrines Let them be always kept clean as glue. 9 Art. 109. - Nurses can never put to bed any sick person who has no regular admission cards, except for the most urgent cases and in the absence of the Director or the head nurse. 0 Art. 110. - The retreat nurses on call by the Chief Nurse those many pieces of laundry pel with a need to change the sick. 1 Art. 111. - Just a sick person has left the hospital or departure or death for the nurses clean up the bed, renewing it in full in the event of death, and withdraw all that is attributable to the Institute and had been administered to the sick, putting everything in its place. In the event of death gather all property effects of the deceased that the same as not having them delivered in antecedence kept close to him, and broadcast them nurse Cape. 2 Art. 112. - They observe that neither the patients nor strangers contravene the prescribed disciplines and outsiders to the sound of the bell that announces the exit of visitors soon abandon infirmaries, having the obligation to report to the Director offenders. Chapter IX. Service staff. Section I. COOK. 6 3 Art. 113. - In the kitchen is a cook in charge: which, if the congregation deems it appropriate, may add an under cook. 6 4 Art. 114. - The cook for the main assignment of preparing the food for sick and the service staff that hospital food. And it is strictly required to ensure that each patient has always that precise food that was ordered by the treating physician and for the quality, both the amount and method of cucinatura. 6 5 Art. 115. - To cook it to make the prescribed portions of meat, bread, wine and other foods to be transported in a suitable container in the infirmaries to those sick intended for that purpose. 6 6 Art. 116. - It must take the kitchen and utensils clean maximum glue and not allow to enter into that to those who do not have direct interference. 6 7 Art. 117. - it has the obligation to be in the hospital in the hours set what time and to lend any applicable also called night. 6 8 Art. 118. - To it well it of doing ordinary decoctions, lemonades and so vengagli ordained for the use of the sick. The distribution of these preparations will be carried out from him what time the hour established for the distribution of medicines to the sick: then extraordinarily at any time of the day for those patients who need them. 6 9 Art. 119. - They cook special responsibilities: to provide every morning kinds of vittuaria indicated in the notice that is received by the Bursar evening, along with facie on suppliers; ensure that gender which buys Sieno ineccezionabile of quality, and in case any supplier does not have to find good quality, provide himself in another store without rigua do veruno, understood finally coll'Economo same for both the purchase and pei restorations ssero take the pot of kitchen utensils, as for wholesale provvisioni of those kinds of vittuaria of which willed to keep supplied the hospital. 6 0 Art. 120. - By taking the cook a daily basis for p ovviste and sundries, withdraw the Bursar on the first of each month an order pel Cashier. Those expenses will hold weekly note and will realize the Bursar. 6 1 Art. 121. - He is strictly forbidden to plead for use pr prio to anyone and be part of the genres, edible and objects belonging to the hospital. 6 2 Art. 122. - Whatever extraordinary incident occurred in the kitchen will give immediate notice to the Bursar and the President. 6 3 Art. 123. - Before leaving the evening the service is obliged to hand over the guard nurse the amount of broth, eggs, milk and so on. that depending on the dietary requirements may be in need in the night. 6 4 Art. 124. - It will finally lend pei cellar jobs by Treasurer orders; See to it at the daily meals of the patients according to the plan approved by the Congregation. It keeps track of all the expenses that meets weekly and realizes the Bursar, who according to that anticipates the amount needed for the week succesiva. Section II. MASSAIA And cloakroom. 6 5 Art. 125. - The cloakroom is specially intended for the cloakroom service and linen under the dependence Bursar to which it is responsible. 6 6 Art. 126. - Delivered who will head nurse all the necessary linen pel kit of beds available to the hospital as well deliver the same infermier head two pairs of sheets pei urgent cases. 6 7 Art. 127.
- When the laundress will alert the cloakroom that it had withdrawn from the closet of clothes dirty a given number of laundry items it will deliver as much of laundry and found the head nurse if the note had the same corresponds to the amount withdrawn from the laundress. 6 8 Art. 128. - It 'also required to prepare and deliver straps and bandages, as prescribed by the Director and these make daily delivery to the head nurse for daily use keeping notes in the appropriate register. 6 9 Art. 129. - When ye shall need some cloth or other object of bedding zones, patches etc. You must Bursar and to request permission and make a note in the delivery record. 6 0 Art. 130. - He has the obligation to keep in trim, well-ordered and classified in the appropriate shelves and cabinets the linen; patch up those that are gradually to decay and retain them in the best possible way. Also has an obligation to lend to all those little jobs that were required for use by the Director of the sick. 6 1 Art. 131. - Care withdrawal from the d laundress laundry linen, noting that it is well clear and dry, making the response delivered quantity glue, over the escort to the Head nurse; It makes its entry in the Register of linen motion. Monitors as well the laundry and re-supply of mattresses, pillows etc. so that everything is done properly. 6 2 Art. 132. - It 'held to cure the wardrobe is always ready, both day and night to provide the hospital than can possibly occur. P that even in the absence hours concessele what time will lend itself to any call. 6 3 Art. 133. - It will be carried by the head nurse of the sick clothing as long as they are bound to the bed, making sure that these clothes are well preserved hill precise indications of the sick which they belong. In cases of death, behind Bursar order, deliver such garments to the rightful heirs. 6 4 Art. 134. - Monitors and controls in order the withdrawal of dirty clothes who daily makes the washerwoman dall'apposito closet. 6 5 Art. 135. - To the shelter has an obligation to always keep ready the necessary bedding and clothing of patients, contrassegnandone various garments with numbered stamp and with the name of the person they belong to. 6 6 Art. 136. - executes the necessary repairs to the laundry and to hospitalized annually and offers Bursar new purchases, so the shelter wardrobe is always equipped with the necessary. Section III. WASHERWOMAN. 6 7 Art. 137. - The washerwoman is obliged to reside in the daily ell'ospedale hours set time of day. 6 8 Art. 138. - your duties are the washing and whitening clothes and linen soiled hospital and the hospitalization of them or receive delivery or withdraw dall'apposito storage of dirty clothes. 6 9 Art. 139. - It will cure the drying and storage of laundry washed and will be responsible in front of the wardrobe mistress and the Bursar of the objects that could get lost or destroyed. When the laundry is dry well it will make the delivery to the cloakroom. 6 0 Art. 140. - must not be used for washing of dirty linen that common laundry soap or lye Given the significant banned the use of any other material without the permission of the Medical Director. 6 1 Art. 141. - Each time the service so requires, will assist the cloakroom from which depends directly and lend itself to other work required by the Institute. Section IV. NURSES OF THE SHELTER. 6 2 Art. 142. - the nurses have an obligation to monitor and assist with charity hospitalized only eseguir of what is ordered by their superiors. 6 3 Art. 143. - And 'the penalty for them the clarity of the vessels, halls, corridors, stairs etc. It 'also required them to take care that the patients will mantengao clean and tidy. 6 4 Art. 144. - The Nurses settle the beds, making use of the work with the discretion of the patients who are able to lend; They renew the air by opening finstre every morning in the halls, corridors and dormitories. 6 5 Art. 145. - To turn, both in the men section, as in the women's section lend themselves to take net the lights, to light in the evening and off in the morning the fanalche are located in the halls and lobby. Section V. BELLBOYS. 6 6 Art. 146. - For the resolution of the Congregation taken Nellas duta May 15, 1909, personnel and hospital Hospitalization adds a new glue servant status and the porter duties. 6 7 Art. 147. - The Porter will lend itself to all the services inherent in his office and that he will by commanders
as well as higher will be its obligation to go every time the opportunity arises, even at night, to the pharmacy for medicines of orders. It 'also required the Porter assistance to the observation room in the circumstances where there are allowed hospitalized males and all'accompagno the same to the Asylum. 6 8 Art. 148. - On market days, the fair will accompany the Bursar in Borgo pel transport of ova and other supplies. 6 9 Art. 149. - At the time dell'imbottamento and wine transforms the work will have to pay to the aid of the cellar as it to him allow other occupations. 6 0 Art. 150. - He becomes entitled to some free hours in the day to be determined in agreement coll'amministrazione. Section VI. Janitor. 6 1 Art. 151. - The Janitor depends directly on the Secretary and has obligation to always be available to him and the presidency pel delivery of letters, he invited, meetings, etc .. And 'then express duty of care janitor cleaning and l 'order of the office whenever the need arises. 6 2 Art. 152. - If the Congregation deems it appropriate for reasons of economy or other may instruct the attributions of janitor admitted that it may consider more 'suitable to set out un'annua regalia. Chapter X. Regulations for the Pharmacy. Section I. PHARMACY. 6 3 Art. 153. - The pharmacy in the City of San Marino which it administers the estate is owned by the Congregation of Charity of their central offices. 6 4 Art. 154. - In the pharmacy will be attached to a laboratory provided the most 'that it will be possible for the preparation of the occurrence of farmachi, and distilled water for chemical analysis, experiences and observations that were required by the government, by the Congregation and also by individual citizens. 6 5 Art. 155. - The Pharmacy must be provided continuously ll the medicines prescribed by the Official Pharmacopoeia of the Kingdom of Italy and all the others who will be recognized as indispensable by Health of the Republic. 6 6 Art. 156. - In the pharmacy will also smerciarsi drugs and Jan're different though not closely related to the art healthcare. Section II. DIRECTOR OF PHARMACY. 6 7 Art. 157. - The Director of Pharmacy is appointed by the Congregation of Charity: it must be provided with legal title. E 'morally and materially responsible for the smooth running of Pharmacy. He will have to employ a salesman who must coadiuv rlo decommitted, and replace it in the service so that jointly, and so I continued day and night for any urgent request for medicines both for the congregation and for the public. 6 8 Art. 158. - The Director of Pharmacy is responsible for pharmaceutical services. 6 9 Art. 159. - The Director is also responsible for the Congregation of all that exists in the pharmacy (medicines, utensils, tools, gold leaf coving, etc.). It is up to the Director as well the responsibility and custody of poisons complies with state laws. 6 0 Art. 160. - At the end of each month the Director shall submit to the Congregation detailed account of collections made during the month and the medications that are sold on credit, distinguishing the collections of the month or the year before from receipts for the month itself. It also distinguish the bill for medicinal products (calculated at the same rate of the public) administered the Hospital, the Hospital and the Charity, joining the justification. Found settle accounts by the Accounting Department will pay the money earned to the Cashier of the Congregation. 6 1 Art. 161. - In the monthly statement will give notice of the amounts paid during the month, distinguishing those made in supplies from other unproductive (death or operating expenses). He of each other as then withdraws repayment tenure. 6 2 Art. 162. - The Director shall notify the Presidency of the supplies ordered, and proposes the payments to be made. But no bill will be paid if the first was not endorsed and found regularly by the Director himself. 6 3 Art. 163. - In concert with the Clerk sets the turn for service hours that must be done in accordance with art. 157. If, however, one of the two will be absent for more than three days in a row if he will inform the President. The granting of greater absence must be made by the Congregation. 6 4 Art. 164. - The Director of Pharmacy is entitled to 30 days of leave which may leave or consecutively or at intervals. The salesman is entitled to fifteen days off. During the absence of the Director Salesman must disengage itself the whole service without the right help. Both the Director what the salesman in an emergency will be obliged to be returned
immediately in residence; for non-compliance it will be provided for the replacement at their expense. 6 5 Art. 165. - It will be obligation of the Director to keep a register of loading and unloading of medicines in the form that will be established by the Congregation; as well as it will be obliged to write down in a special book all the recipes that will be presented for shipment. 6 6 Art. 166. - In the first fifteen days of January of each year d VRA submit the inventory of medicines and all kinds existing in Pharmacy at 31 December the previous glue indication of the quantity and price of each item. Section II. GUILTY OF PHARMACY. 6 7 Art. 167. - The Salesman depends administratively by the Congregation. It depends on the direction of the pharmacy as regards the pharmaceutical business. 6 8 Art. 168. - His main task is to assist the Director in the hallway of the pharmaceutical service in accordance with the provisions of Articles 157 and 163. 6 9 Art. 169. - Replaces the Director under the responsibility of those in the cases of absence of disease or allowed and is held to the fulfillment of all obligations set pel Director. Section IV. OBLIGATIONS COMMON TO TWO EMPLOYEES OF PHARMACY. 6 0 Art. 170. - Each employee must always be used with all urban ways and keep honest Citizen conduct. 6 1 Art. 171. - The Pharmacist and the salesman will not make dressings except in case of urgent need, as well as administering controveleni or to disinfect wounds. 6 2 Art. 172. - will not release medicines without the prescription of health care, however, can give those drugs that are harmless to their nature or mild effect and release them only in usual doses. 6 3 Art. 173. - They will not hesitate to use poisonous substances of the arts except when the artist is known and will make purchase personally. 6 4 Art. 174. - At the Pharmacist and the Clerk is absolutely forbidden to sell medicines out of Pharmacy. 6 5 Art. 175. - On the container or casing of each medicine the pharmacist and the Clerk are obliged to transcribe the prescription recipe and the name of the doctor who ordered, pointing at ways to administer it if for internal use or or by applying an indication if for outdoor use or for veterinary use. For poisonous substances in a dose Fri cunt must be affixed on the container indicating more poison 'the emblem of death, always holding back the original recipe and issuing valid copy to the client that requests it. 6 6 Art. 176. - The Pharmacist and the Clerk must send the icette as were written by the Health if they could, however, seem that the substances or doses noted in the recipe may be error effect, suspend the shipment or while trying to consult the originator or to communicate doubts arose. 6 7 Art. 177. - It will be the duty of the Clerk Pharmacist and store Special Order unpaid allogandole recipes in a special record and will be returned to the debtors welded When, will be paid. 6 8 Art. 178. - Wanting to give up office as Director as the Clerk shall give notice in writing to the President at least two months before lest the congregation is able to provide for the replacement time. Chapter XI. General rules and duties. 9 Art. 179. - The clerks and employees must keep irreproachable conduct both at and away. They also have special obligations: a) to observe the working hours; b) to strictly maintain secrecy over the affairs that come to their knowledge by reason of their office, by not giving notice to strangers and also to employees of other offices of any act, without special authorization of the President; c) ways of using civilians among themselves and with the public; d) to replace exceptionally, if necessary and on demand, so the higher than the lower grade and performing any office work even if unrelated to their ordinary duties; e) refrain from participating directly or indirectly in the procurement, supply, concessions, and in every other matter of interest Administration both for himself and for others, as well as from lend to prepare questions, appraisals, technical, accounting projects or otherwise on behalf of those who are to use it in order to make demands to the Administration or to do business with it; f) not to deal in business office unrelated to their duties; g) of not receiving gifts or payments for work on their office. 0 Art.180. - The office hours is determined by the Congregation in the way that she believes more 'useful to the service and more' convenient to the public.
The clerks and employees, however, are kept even outside normal hours, with no right to remuneration, pel processing of ordinary work assigned to them respectively. In the case of overtime work or contribute special circumstances, the major work that the employees and wage earners are required to pay in addition to the normal business hours is paid by means of remuneration to be determined by the Congregation v lta time. Chapter XII. Absences and permits. 1 Art. 181. - The clerks can not get away by the Office during the hours that for reasons of service. Permission for certain absences for other reasons may be granted at the request of: a) by the Secretary for a short time and Accounting in cases of obvious urgency; b) by the President within the limits of normal leave referred to in the following article; c) exceptionally by the Congregation, beyond the specification range. Sick leave must be justified by c rtificato doctor. 2 Art. 182. - Every employee is entitled to during the year, and under ordinary circumstances no more than a day of rest allowed 20. The permits are given each turn so that it will not damage or delay, on release of the work to ' same office pettanti. By May, the Accountant Secretary shall submit to the president a note of the licenses among the employees. The Congregation can also grant licenses in extraordinary cases in which recognizes the need. The lack of permits may be withdrawn for esig service nze. And 'then the obligation of the official who goes on leave to indicate the place where he moved because the Administration is always able to recall it when needed. The unjustified absences shall be reckoned as a reduction of the period of ordinary leave. 3 Art. 183. - The employee must replace, more and more into service, 'akin to the office, the colleague absent for annual leave. Clerks with deposit may be replaced by a person of their choice accepted by the Administration itself. Chapter XIII. Salaries, wages, six-year increases. 4 Art. 184. - The measure of wages is fixed in the staffing plan and are burdened by the deductions for retirement. The salary starts from the day when the employee ssume the office and you pay in monthly installments to the 27th of each month, excluding any advance for any reason. The month started is considered as finished the effects of salary, if the employee leaves the office for death or for other just cause recognized by the Administration. 5 Art. 185. - The clerks at each service six years achieve a salary increase of tenth normal earnings assigned to the respective place. The period runs from the increase for the six-year appointment. In the case of provisional appointment followed by a permanent appointment it is taken into account, the effects of even the temporarily served. Chapter XIV. Availability - Expectation - Placing to rest. 6 Art. 186. - The clerk stable whose office is suppressed without the creation of new similar or equivalent places in importance and salary is put into availability and ceases to pay his work. The said employee is paid for two years, his full salary after which ceases for him any remuneration, except the right to payment of a pension. 7 Art. 187. - The employee in that availability is recalled to duty, can be used as an office and even less different than it occupied in Prev nce, without having to suffer for this decrease in salary. 8 Art. 188. - The employee can be placed on unpaid leave due to illness that lasted over six months, or at his request, for special reasons or family. 9 Art. 189. - Although the six consecutive months of illness are not the employee can also be placed on leave, when different periods of siansi hospitalization occurred within the period of twelve months from the beginning of the disease. 0 Art. 190. - The expectation on account of sickness can not protra is more than a year, during which the employee is entitled to two-thirds of his salary. The employee on leave for the same disease contracted in service receives the full salary for the first two years and, if the disease persists, is retired if he has obtained the right according to art. 1 186. Art. 191. - The expectation for special or family reasons, to be recognized by the Congregation, is not eligible for any kind of salary and can not be extended beyond one year. 2 Art. 192. - The employee on leave recalled to duty, have the right to fill the vacancy that covered previously. 3 Art. 193.
- The employee who does not resume the service, the last term of leave is deemed to have resigned. In case of illness, the Congregation can be visit by a health worker of his choice, so whether he is able to effectively resume his duties. 4 Art. 194. - In the period of a six-year period the employee can not fr ire of leave determined by special reasons or family for over twelve months, nor the expectation due to illness for more than twenty four months. However the congregation is left may grant a short extension to the terms indicated in this article and the previous article, where it is recommended to be truly exceptional and extraordinary circumstances. 5 Art. 195. - The replacement of colleagues on leave is compulsory and free in the first month. Following is paid in a reasonable extent be determined by the administration from time to time. 6 Art. 196. - The clerks who have reached 65 years of age with at least 25 years of service or 35 years of service regardless of age, and they shall be co or physical conditions such as not to be able to 'give useful service, having served at least 10 years can be placed in office by resolution rest of the congregation. Chapter XV. Penalty. 7 Art. 197. - The employee who violates the duties and chains, both at and away, reprehensible conduct liable to the following penalties: a) verbal reprimand; b) written warning; c) restriction or suspension of the ordinary allowed Holiday; d) suspension of the service and by a third of the salary, or only one third of the salary in the opinion of; e) dismissal. Reproof, admonition and the restriction and suspension of the permit are considered the president's; the suspension of the service and the salary and dismissal belong to the Great Council should do so in a reasoned decision. 8 Art. 198. - In the application of the penalty you do not have regard to the order in which they are listed in the previous article, but only attention is paid to the seriousness of the misconduct and the degree of fault of the employee. No disciplinary punishment may be imposed if the employee first has not been invited to present his excuses within a deadline. 9 Art. 199. - The suspension from the use not always apply in cases of special proceedings for crimes, except for crimes of a political nature and outbuildings. The suspension in these cases lasts until final judgment is pronounced, but the salary may in whole or in part be due on the family when the Congregation deems it appropriate. 0 Art. 200. - If the process ends coll'assoluzione or declare it not be to prosecute, the employee is reinstated suspended in place and perceive the back pay, unless the Congregation for special circumstances who ccompagnato the fact, does not consider it necessary to apply against him any of punitive provisions contained in Article 1 of the penalties. In case of a final conviction for infamous crimes, or a sentence exceeding five years for other common crimes the employee is dismissed. In any other case the suspension of the employee lasts until completely served their sentences and remains suspended during this period of time effective pel achievement of retirement. Transitional provisions. 1 Art. 201. - The new salaries shown in the staffing plan will be implemented with the January 1, 1912 and from this date shall commence the six-year increases. 2 Art. 202. - The specific powers of the offices can be modified and extended by the Congregation in accordance with the desirability of the need and the needs of individual services and dates deposits by employees may at any time be increased because of the increase in collections or the money that they have to handle. 3 Art. 203. - The current employees although lacking titol are kept in the place they occupy. 4 Art. 204. - The current accounting Secretary will be responsible for what was decided and agreed in its meeting of 19 June 1910. 5 Congregation Art. 205. - Any provision contrary to this Regulation is meant repealed. organic table of Salaried Employees and the Congregation of Charity. Qualification Salary inizialeStipendio Remarks pel futuropersonale staff Administrative Director 500 500fuori organic Segretrio contabile20001700 Economo10001100ha an obligation to help and s o s t i t u i r e i l S and g r e t a r i o c o n t a b i l e. Cashier 300 300fuori organic Campaign Agent 800 800fuori organic - has p i u 'i l 1 0% s u l l' u t i l e n e c t o th e b e s t i m e d i p a r t e p a d r o n a l and Cape Infermiere10001250comprese L. 180 p and n
s i o n d e l m o r g l i and nurses 820850 Nurse 820850 Nurse 370 370oltre meals. Cook 500 550oltre board and a Housewife 540590 Washerwoman 210 210oltre meals. Nurses Hospitalization 360 360oltre meals. Nurse Hospitalization 300 312oltre meals. Porter 360 384oltre meals. Janitor 120 150fuori organic. Moreover Farmacista19002160ha L. 200 for Salesman of Pharmacy 720 720
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