Rs 818.161 Order Of December 2, 1985, On The Granting Of Subsidies For The Fight Against Disease

Original Language Title: RS 818.161 Ordonnance du 2 décembre 1985 sur l’octroi de subventions pour la lutte contre les maladies

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[818.161] order grants for combating diseases of December 2, 1985 (status on December 5, 2006) the Swiss federal Council, saw art. 38, al. 1, of the Act of 18 December 1970 on epidemics, view of art. 14 of the Federal law of June 13, 1928 on the fight against tuberculosis, view of art. 8 of the Federal law of June 22, 1962, on the allocation of grants to combat rheumatic diseases, stop: Chapter 1 grants for combating diseases communicable Section 1 grants to laboratories art. 1 principle the Confederation allocates grants to laboratories recognized as national centres (art. 5, para. 3, of the Act of the Dec. 18, 1970 on epidemics) for expenses resulting from their special tasks.
These special tasks include, in particular: a. measures related to the prevention or control of infectious diseases; (b) the epidemiological surveillance of infectious diseases; c. analyses for diagnosis.

Art. 2 grant application national centres are their grant application for the federal Office of public health (federal office).

Art. 3 the grant amount the federal agency fixed the rate of the subsidy on the basis of the genre and the importance of the measures; It determines the costs that may be taken into account.

Section 2 grants to apex organizations struggle against tuberculosis art. 4 principle the Confederation may allocate grants to recognized apex organizations battling tuberculosis for measures of national importance to prevention, screening and control of this disease.

Art. 5 recognition antituberculous private organizations that wish to be recognized as apex organizations of public interest within the meaning of art. 14 of the Federal law of June 13, 1928 on the fight against tuberculosis shall address a request to the federal office. For this purpose they will give all the necessary information on their organization, their programme of activities and their financial situation.

Art. 6 grant application recognized apex organizations address their grant application to the federal office with their activity report, the annual accounts stopped and controlled, as well as supporting documents.

Art. 7 the federal agency grant fixed the rate of the subsidy on the basis of the genre and the importance of the measures.
The federal agency determines expenditures that can be taken into account. Administration fees directly related to measures of national significance are part of these expenses.

Chapter 2 grants to combat rheumatic diseases Section 1 grants for scientific works art. 8 principle the Confederation may allocate grants for scientific work in the field of Rheumatology and the dissemination of this knowledge. The subsidies will be granted, as a general rule, institutions having their head offices in Switzerland and scientists domiciled in Switzerland.

Art. 9 grant application grant application must be addressed to the federal office before the start of the work. It will contain all the necessary information on the field of research, the work programme and proposed for personnel, material expenses and publication costs.

Art. 10 amount of the Federal grant shall set the rate of the subsidy on the basis of the scientific importance of the work and it determines expenditures that can be taken into account.

Art. 11 report and final accounts after implementation of the project, a final report as well as a detailed, accompanied by supporting documents, must be submitted to the federal office. The latter fixed the final amount of the grant and proceeds to the payment of the balance.

Art. 12 publications related to the subsidized work publications must be returned free of charge to the federal office, in triplicate at least.

Section 2 grants to umbrella organizations art. 13 principle the Confederation may allocate grants to recognized apex organizations struggling against rheumatism for measures of national significance to the public information and advice and assistance to the rheumatism.

Art. 14 recognition works private struggle against rheumatism that wish to be recognized as apex organizations of public interest within the meaning of art. 2, al. 3, of the Federal law of June 22, 1962, on the allocation of grants to combat rheumatic diseases shall address a request to the federal office. For this purpose they will give all the necessary information on their organization, their programme of activities and their financial situation.

Art. 15 grant application recognized apex organizations address their grant application to the federal office with their activity report, the annual accounts stopped and controlled, as well as supporting documents.

Art. 16 the federal agency grant fixed the rate of the subsidy on the basis of the genre and the importance of the measures.
The federal agency determines expenditures that can be taken into account. Administration fees directly related to measures of national significance are part of these expenses.

Chapter 3 use of subsidies and return art. 17...

The federal agency control if the grants are used for their intended purpose.
Grants must be returned when they were wrongly seen or that the recipient persists despite a warning, to divert them from their goal.

Repealed by no II 83 of the O of Nov. 8. 2006 adaptation of orders of the federal Council to the total revision of the Federal procedure, with effect from Jan 1. 2007 (RO 2006 4705).

Art. 18 repealed by no II 83 of the O from 8 nov. 2006 adaptation of orders of the federal Council to the total revision of the Federal procedure, with effect from Jan 1. 2007 (RO 2006 4705).

Chapter 4 provisions final art. 19 repeal of previous law are repealed: 1. the art. 8 and 48 of the enforcement order of June 20, 1930 of the Act Federal on TB combating; 2. the order of 17 June 1974 concerning federal grants provided for by the law on epidemics; 3. the order of January 11, 1955, concerning subsidies for the fight against TB; 4. the Decree of the federal Council on 6 May 1960 fixing the rates of subsidies granted in the field of hygiene public; 5. the order of December 20, 1963, on the allocation of grants for the fight against the diseases rheumatic; 6. the order of March 2, 1955, about federal subsidies for the control of trade in foodstuffs and various everyday objects.

[RS 4 382; RO 1955 36, 1974 1082 art. 15 1089 art. 24 Chapter 2 1099 art. 9, 1985 1997 art. 19 c. 1. RO 2006 371] [RO 1974 1113] [RO 1955 37, 1968-69, 1974 146 article 5 3 1113 art. 7 c. 5 c., 1977 2273 ch. I 61] [RO 1960 486, 1972 955 ch. II. al 2, 1974 1113 art. 7 c. 3] [RO 1963 1147, 1964-64, 1973-1005, 1974 146 article 5 ch. 4, 1977 2273 ch. I 71] [RO 1955 303 1972-955, 1974 146 art. 5 ch. 14, 1977 2273 ch. I 81] art. 20 entry into force this order comes into force on January 1, 1986.

RO 1985 1997 RS 818.101 RS 818.102 RS 818.21 new content according to ch. II. 83 O Nov. 8. 2006 adaptation of orders of the federal Council to the total revision of the Federal procedure, in force since Jan. 1. 2007 (RO 2006 4705).

State on December 5, 2006