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Blind, aid to Continued
State laws, provisions of:
1946 changes.---

My 30-35
1947 changes.---

N 7-15
See also Public assistance.
Bloch, Max:
New Swiss Program of Old-Age and Survivors
Insurance----

N 16-19
Social Insurance Reform in Czechoslovakia:
Background and Plans---

Je 11-13
Bolivia, social insurance developments, 1945–47. S 19-20
Brazil, social insurance developments, 1945-47. S 19-21

C

California sickness compensation fund, status of,
May 21, 1946-June 30, 1947--

O 43-46
Canal Zone. See Civil-service retirement.
Carriers Taxing Act. See under Tax collections,

social insurance.
Child welfare services:
Fair-hearing provision recommended.--

D7
Grants to States:
Appropriations, fiscal years 1945–46 and 1946-
47-----

M:SED (Ja-Ag)
Appropriations, fiscal years 1946–47 and 1947–
48_

M:SED (S-D)
Checks issued, by State---- Mr 44; Je 40; S 43; D 45
Expenditures, fiscal year to date..

M:SED
Recommendations----

D3,7
Children. See Child welfare services; Crippled

children, services for; Dependent children,
aid to; Dependents' allowances; Emergency
maternity and infant care program; and Ma-

ternal and child health services.
Children, recommendations for health and wel-
fare services for.--.

D3,7
Children's Bureau:
Emergency maternity and infant care pro-
gram --

M:SED
Extension of research functions recommended. D7
Grants to States for maternal and child welfare

services, cash outgo, quarterly- Mr 39; Je 42; Ag 45
Recommendations

D7
Transfer to Federal Security Agency-

F2
Chile:

Social insurance developments, 1945–47------ S 19, 21
Social security programs.---

My 10-19
Civil rights under social security programs----- N 20-22
Civil-service retirement:
Beneficiaries, monthly----

M:SED
Benefit payments, monthly---

M:SED
Contributions:
Amount, fiscal years 1946–48.

F 40
Amount, monthly--

M:SED
Withdrawal of, after less than 10 years' sery-
ice ---

S 40
Coverage extended:
Panama Railroad employees ---

S 40
Smithsonian Institution employees..

S 40

Civil-service retirement-Continued
Disability benefits, monthly number and amount
of retirement and-----

M:SED
FBI investigators, earlier retirement for ------ S 40
Refunds-----

F 38–40; Ag 42, 43
Survivor benefits, monthly number and
amount------

M:SED
Civil-service retirement and disability fund, in-
vestments of...

JI 39-42
Claims. See under Unemployment insurance.
Cohen, Wilbur J., Social Security in Chile----- My 10-19
Colombia:
Recent social security legislation ---

Je 13–16
Social insurance developments, 1945-47------ S 19, 21
Consumer prices and average public assistance
payments, 1946---

F 32-36
Consumers' price index, 1940–47 (chart).

D9
Contributions. See Tax collections under Old-age

and survivors insurance, Railroad retirement,
Railroad unemployment insurance, and Un-

employment insurance.
Correll, Marie, Workers in Employment Covered

by Old-Age and Survivors Insurance in 1944. JI 10-22
Costa Rica:
Recent social security legislation ----

Je 13-18
Social insurance developments, 1945-47.--- S 19, 21-22
Covered employment:

Number in, fiscal years 1945-46 and 1946–47---- D 37
Number in, 1945 and 1946-

Ag 47
Pay rolls in, quarterly-- F37; My 38; Ag 42–43; N 38–40
Workers employed and unemployed, percentage

distribution in week ended September 27,
1947, by region.---

N 25
See also Workers with taxable wages and Work-

ers with wage credits under Old-age and
survivors insurance; and Workers in coy-
ered employment under Unemployment

insurance.
Covered workers. See Workers with taxable wages

and Workers with wage credits under Old-age
and survivors insurance; and Workers in coy-
ered employment under Unemployment insur-

ance.
Crippled children, services for:
Grants to States:
Appropriations, fiscal years 1945–46 and 1946–
47 ----

M:SED (Ja-Ag)
Appropriations, fiscal years 1946–47 and 1947–
48 ---

M:SED (S-D)
Checks issued, by State---- Mr 44; Je 40; S 43; D 45
Expenditures, fiscal year to date_-

M:SED
Recommendations ---

D7
Cuba, social insurance developments, 1945-47--- $ 19, 22
Czechoslovakia, social insurance reform-

Je 11-13

D

Dependent children, aid to:
Amendments, Federal, 1946, effect of -------- Ag 32–38;

D 29-35

in,

Dependent children, aid to-Continued
Cases opened, April-June 1947, by reason for
opening

O 35-40
Eligibility requirements in State laws:
1946 changes----

-- My 30–35
1947 changes---

N 7-15
Grants to States:

Cash outgo, quarterly------ -- Mr 39; Je 42; Ag 45
Checks issued, by State---- Mr 44; Je 40; S 43; D 45
Expenditures, fiscal year to date.---

M:SED
Payments to recipients:
Amount, monthly, by State----

M:PA
Amount per inhabitant, fiscal year 1946–47, by
State

N 33-36
Average:

Amount per family, monthly, by State---- M:PA
Change in, September 1946-January
1947----

-- Ag 32–38
Change in, September 1946-September 1947,
by State---

D 29–35
Consumer prices, relation to, 1946------- F 32–36
Increase

December 1945-December
1946.

F 32-36
Maximums in State laws:
1946 changes.-

My 30-32
1947 changes.-

N 8-9
Standards, State responsibility for definiteness
in assistance---

Mr 29-34
State laws, provisions of:
1946 changes---

--- My 30-35
1947 changes.-

N 8-9
Total expenditures, September 1946 and Jan-

uary 1947, by source of funds-------- Ag 34–38
Programs not under the Social Security Act, re-

cipients and payments, monthly, by State. M:PA
Recipients:

Number, change in, March 1942-April 1947. JI 32-36
Number of families and children, monthly, by
State-

M:PA
Number, percentage change in, September

1946-September 1947, by State--- D 29–35
Rate, December 1946, by State.-

Mr 32
Rate, June 1947, by State..

Ag 36
Recommendations

D6
State laws, provisions of:
1946 changes-----

My 30-35
1947 changes----

N 7-15
See also Public assistance.
Dependents' allowances:
Recommendations.-

Ja 7; Ap 3-6
Social insurance, role in--.

Ap 3-6
Unemployment insurance:
Beneficiaries and benefits, 4 States, Septem-
ber-December 1946

-- Ap 28-32
Connecticut, operations during first year-- Ap 18-21
Connecticut provisions---

Ap 28-32
District of Columbia provisions..

Ap 28-32
Massachusetts provisions.--

Ap 2, 28
Michigan provisions.--

Ap 28-32
Nevada provisions

Ap 28-32

Disability benefits, temporary. See State sickness

compensation programs under Disability in-

surance.
Disability insurance:
Beneficiaries, monthly retirement and disability,
under selected programs.---

M:SED
Benefit payments, monthly retirement and dis-
ability, under selected programs..

M:SED
Coordination with other social insurance pro-

grams------ Ja 9-10; Mr 3–8; N 3–7; D 2-3, 12-13
Payments, 1946, by program.--.

Ag 41-42
Permanent disability, recommendations for a
national program.--

Je 48; D 3-4
Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act, provi-

sions for sickness and maternity benefits.. O 43
Recommendations.. Ja 3–4; Mr 3–8; Je 48; D 3-4, 12-13
Sickness and maternity benefits under the Rail-

road Unemployment Insurance Act----- S 38; O 42
Sickness compensation:

Beneficiaries and benefits, monthly-À:SED (Ap-D)
California:
Financing and costs----

Mr 6-8
Fund, status of, May 21, 1946–June 30,
1947----

0 43–46
Employee contributions under State unem-

ployment insurance laws, use of, author-
ized --

F3
Funds for sickness insurance, operation of,
1943-47------

O 43-46
Railroad program---- S 38–39; O 42-43; N 39; D 36
Rhode Island:
Beneficiaries and benefits, monthly

M:SED (Ja-Mr)
Eligibility provisions_-

Mr 5
Financing and costs.----

Mr 6-8
Fund, status of, fiscal years 1943–47.-- O 43-44
Unemployment insurance, integration with,

recommended.-------- Ja 9-10; Mr 3-8; D 5-6
Temporary disability. See Sickness compensa-

tion, above.
Veterans. See Disability benefits under Veter-

ans, provisions for.
See also Medical care insurance.
Domestic service, number in, fiscal years 1945-46
and 1946-47----

D 37
Domestic workers, coverage recommended.------ D 4, 14
Dominican Republic:
Recent social security legislation---

Je 13-19
Social insurance developments, 1945-47------- S 22-23

E
Easson, Lelia M., Changes in the Resources of Ben-
eficiary Groups in St. Louis.

Ag 3-18
Easson, Lelia M., and Wentworth, Edna C., Tech-

niques for Estimating the Cost of Living at
the WPA Maintenance Level for Families of
Differing Composition----

Mr 9-13
Economic and Social Council, UN_-

Ja 2-3;

F 5-8; Ap 9; Jl 3-10; N 22–24
Economic Report to Congress, President's------ Ja 3-4
Ecuador, social insurance developments, 1945-47-S 19, 23

El Salvador:
Draft bill for social insurance.--

Je 14
Social insurance developments, 1945–47--- S 23
Emergency maternity and infant care program,

grants to States:
Appropriations, fiscal years 1945–46 and 1946–
47.--

M:SED (Ja-Ag)
Appropriations, fiscal years 1946–47 and 1947-
48-

M:SED (SAD)
Expenditures, fiscal year to date---

M:SED
Employment:

Aged, trends in and factors influencing----- Ag 18–23
Civilian, in 1946_---

... F2; D 37
Covered:
Employment and earnings in, by year and

quarter, January 1940–March 1947---- Ag 30—31
Multiple employment in covered and noncov-
ered jobs.-----

Ap 42-44
Number in, fiscal years 1945-46 and 1946-47-- D 37
Number in, 1945 and 1946-..

Ag 47
Old-age and survivors insurance and noncov-

ered jobs, multiple employment in--- Ap 42-44
Pay rolls in, quarterly---

F37;

My 38; Ag 42–43; N 38-40
See also Workers with taxable wages and

Workers with wage credits under Old-age
and survivors insurance; and Workers in
covered employment under Unemploy-

ment insurance.
Maritime workers--

F 20-22
Employment security:
Administrative grants, per capita, fiscal year
1945–46, by State-----

Je 39
Publications in the field of.---

M:RP
See also Unemployment insurance.
Employment Service, U.S. See U.S. Employment

Service.
Equality of Rights to Social Security----- N 20-22
Ewing, Oscar R., Federal Security Administrator.- S 48
Expenditures, Federal:
Social Security Administration programs:
Fiscal year to date----

M:SED
Quarterly-

Mr 39; Je 42; Ag 45
Total, quarterly-----

Mr 39; Je 42; Ag 45
Experience rating. See under Unemployment in-

surance.
Experience-Rating Operations in 1946-

03-11

Farman, Carl H.:
Social Security in Colombia, Costa Rica, the

Dominican Republic, Guatemala, and
Haiti..

Je 13-19
Social Security in Latin America---

S 18–26
Farman, Carl, and Perrins, Catherine, The New
British System of Social Security---

F9-19
FBI investigators, earlier retirement for ------- S 40
Federal employees:
Army and Navy nurses, dietitians, and thera-

pists, changes in retirement provisions for- S 40-41
See also Civil-service retirement.
Federal Insurance Contributions Act. See under

Tax collections, social insurance.
Federal Security Administrator, Oscar R. Ewing
appointed as-----

S 48
Federal Security Agency reorganization.---

F2
Federal Unemployment Tax Act. See under Tax

collections, social insurance.
Finance Committee, Senate, Advisory Council on
Social Security for--

D 8-18
Fisher, Jacob, Earners and Dependents in Urban

Families in Relation to Family Income---- Ap 10-18
Foreign social insurance systems. See specific

countries under Social insurance.

G

Ag 36

General assistance:
Cases:
Number, monthly, by State-----

M:PA
Rate, December 1946, by State----

Mr 32
Rate, June 1947, by State-----
Cases opened, April-June 1947, by reason for
opening-----

0 35-40
Federal participation recommended------- Ja 3; D 3,6
Payments to cases:
Amount, monthly, by State-----

M:PA
Amount per inhabitant, fiscal year 1946–47, by
State.

N 33-37
Average, monthly, by State ---

M:PA
Recommendations for Federal participation---- Ja 3;

D3,6
State laws, 1946 changes in provisions--- My 35

See also Public assistance.
General relief. See General assistance.
Goldberg, Cecile, Development of Federal Grant
Allocations

S 3-13
Government employment, number in, fiscal years
1945-46 and 1946–47.----

D 37
Grants to States:
Allocation bases and matching requirements,
fiscal year 1946–47----

S 12
Amount, by function and selected fiscal year,
1900-46..

S4
History of Federal...

S 3-13
Income payments and State tax collections, rela-
tion to, fiscal year 1945-46---

Je 38-42

F

Fair hearings, provisions for.---

N 21; D7
Families, characteristics and income of urban-- Ap 10-18
Families receiving aid to dependent children, re-

cipients and payments, monthly, by State--- M:PA
Family allowances. See Dependents' allowances.
Family benefits, old-age and survivors insurance,

average monthly payment.----- Jl 28-30; 0 33-34

Grants to States-Continued
Per capita, fiscal year 1945–46, by program and
State --

Je 39
Social Security Act:
Checks issued, by program and State --- Mr 44;

Je 40; S 43; D 45
Provisions under..

S 7-8, 12–13
Social Security Administration programs:
Appropriations, fiscal years 1945-46 and 1946–
47, by program.

M:SED (Ja-Ag)
Appropriations, fiscal years 1946-47 and 1947–
48..

M:SED (S-D)
Appropriations, fiscal year 1947-48---- F 40–41; S 42
Cash outgo, quarterly----- Mr 39; Je 42; Ag 45
Expenditures, fiscal year to date, by pro-
gram

M:SED
Total Federal grants and income payments,

relation to, fiscal year 1945–46, by
State---

--- Je 38-42
Variable matching provisions..

S 3–13; D 3,6
Great Britain:
Family Allowances Act-----

F 9-15
Industrial Injuries Act---

F 9–17; Je 4
National Health Service Act--

F9–19; Je 4
National Insurance Act-------- F 9–19; Je 3-4
Private social services ---

Je 5–7
Social security, provisions for a comprehensive
program of.----

F 9-19; Je 3-4
Social service developments...

Je 3-10
Workmen's compensation..

F9–19; Je 4
Guatemala:
Recent legislation ----

Je 13–19
Social insurance developments, 1945-47------ S 23-24

Income, personal, annual rate, monthly, by type. M:SED

(Ag-D)
India, health services in British-----

My 40-43
Insurance, private, benefits to survivors of Texas
City disaster..--

S 15–17
Insurance, social. See Social insurance.
Insured unemployment, weekly number. Ja 36–37; Mr 37
Inter-American Committee on Social Security,

conference on standardization of statistics.-- F4
Inter-American Conference on Social Security,
second session, at Rio de Janeiro.---

N2
International Children's Emergency Fund ------ F 7,8;

Ap 7-10; Jl 6; N 23
International Refugee Organization Preparatory
Commission---

F4
K
Klem, Margaret C.:
Medical Commission of Inter-American Com-

mittee on Social Security, U. S. member--- F4
Medical Services Provided Under Prepayment

Arrangements at Trinity Hospital, Little
Rock, Arkansas, 1941.---

My 3-9
Recent State Legislation Concerning Prepay-
ment Medical Care-----

Ja 10–16

L
Labor force:

Aged, trends in employment of, 1870–1947.- Ag 18–23
Employed and unemployed, fiscal years 1945-46
and 1946-47---

D 37
Employed, total and covered by old-age and sur-

vivors insurance, July 7–13, 1946----- Ap 42-44
Maritime workers, by State, also by age, April
1946---

F 21, 22
Lally, Dorothy:
First Session of UN's Permanent Social Com-
mission.

F 5-8
Second Session of UN's Social Commission--- N 22-24
Latin America, social insurance developments,
1945-47-----

S 18-26
Lenroot, Katharine F., International Children's
Emergency Fund.

Ap 7-10
Local and State governments, payments under re-
tirement systems, 1946-----

Ag 41-42

H
Haiti:
Legislative proposals

Je 13-14
Social insurance developments, 1945-47--

S 24
Health and medical care, publications in the field
of.----

M:RP
Health and welfare services:
Per capita grants to States, fiscal year 1945–46,
by State-----

Je 39
See also Child welfare services; Crippled chil-

dren, services for; and Maternal and child

health services.
Health insurance. See Disability insurance and

Medical care insurance.
Health services in British India---

My 40-43
Hospital survey and construction allotments, by
State ---

Je 38
House Ways and Means Committee, social insur-

ance recommendations of Special Committee

on Postwar Economic Policy and Planning--- F4
Human Rights, Commission on

Jl 7-8

M

Magnus, Erna, Net Worth of Old-Age and Sur-
vivors Insurance Beneficiaries-

O 12-27
Maritime workers:
Coverage under State unemployment insurance. Ja 6;

F3, 20-22
Merchant seamen, characteristics of...

F 20-22
Reconversion unemployment benefits--

F3;

Jl 44; S 41, 42; O 46
Maternal and child health services, grants to

States:
Appropriations, fiscal

years 1945-46 and
1946-47

M:SED (Ja-Ag)
Appropriations, fiscal years 1946–47 and
1947-48

M:SED (S-D)

I
Income payments, monthly amount, by type-. M:SED

(Ja-J1)
Income payments, per capita, 1946, by State.----- N 43

Maternal and child health services, grants to

States—Continued
Checks issued, by State ------Mr 44; Je 40; S 43; D 45
Expenditures, fiscal year to date---

M:SED
Recommendations.--

D7
Maternity benefits, Railroad Unemployment In-
surance Act--

S 38; O 42-43
Medical care:

Prepayment plans at Trinity Hospital, 1941.-- My 3–9
Prepayment plans, recent State legislation -- Ja 10–16
Public assistance recipients, recent legislation in
relation to-----

My 35; N 13
Medical care insurance:
Grants to States proposed.-

N 5
Recommendations for a national program----- Ja 3-4;

Je 48; D 3-4
See also Disability insurance.
Mexico, social insurance developments, 1945–47--- S 19,

24-25
Middle American Institute on Social Security---- My 2
Military and subsistence allowances, amount,
monthly--

M:SED (Ja-Jl)
Minority groups, equality of rights to social secur-
ity.

N 20-22
Morgan, John S., Some Recent Developments in
Social Service in Great Britain---

Je 3-10
Mushkin, S. J., and Berman, Alan, Factors Influ-

encing Trends in Employment of the Aged Ag 18-23
Myers, Robert J., Insurance Payments to Survivors
of the Texas City Disaster..

S 15-17

Old-age and survivors insurance

Continued
Beneficiaries—Continued

Earnings and occupation of, in St. Louis---- Ag 6-9
Families, by type and number---- Jl 28–30; 0 33–34
Income of, in St. Louis, 1941 and 1944, by
source

Ag 3-18
Net worth of, five surveys--

O 12-27
Net worth of, in St. Louis, 1941 and 1944.--- Ag 3–18
Number, by type-----

M:OASI, SED
Number of benefits awarded, quarterly, by

type----- F 29–30; My 28–29; Ag 32; N 30–31
Benefit payments:
Awarded:
Number and amount of monthly benefits,
by type-----

M:OASI
Number of lump-sum payments, quar-
terly-----

F 29–30; My 28; Ag 32; N 31
Number of monthly benefits, quarterly, by

type------ F 29–30; My 28–29; Ag 32; N 30-31
Cash outgo, quarterly---

Mr 39; Je 42; Ag 45
Certified:
Number and amount of lump-sum pay-
ments----

M:SED
Number and amount of lump-sum pay-
ments, by State, 1946---

My 27
Number and amount of lump-sum pay-

ments, by State, fiscal year 1946-47---- O 34
Computation date, 1946 amendments----- Ap 34-35
Conditional-payment status, number and

amount of monthly benefits, by type and

reason for withholding------ Mr 27–28; S 33-34
Current-payment status:
Number and amount of monthly bene-
fits_---

M: OASI, SED
Number and amount of monthly benefits,
by State, June 30, 1947----

O 34
Deferred-payment status, number and

amount of monthly benefits, by type and

reason for withholding------ Mr 27–28; S 33-34
Expenditures, fiscal year to date_---

M:SED
Family, average in current-payment sta-
tus--

Jl 28-30; O 33-34
In force:
Entitlements terminated, number and

amount of monthly benefits-------- M:OASI
Number and amount of monthly benefits. M:OASI
Number and amount of monthly benefits, by
State, December 31, 1946-.

My 27
Liberalization recommended.---- Ja 3; D 4-5, 10–12
Primary:
Average in current-payment status, 1940–
47 (chart)

D9
Computation date, 1946 amendments--- Ap 34-35
Number and amount------

-- M:OASI
Number and average amount, by sex and
age of beneficiary, 1946.--.

Je 26–27
Revision of formula recommended.---- D 4-5, 10-12
Survivor, number and amount---

M:SED
Survivors of Texas City disaster..

S 15-17
Terminated, number and amount.--.----- M:QASJ

N
National income:

Payments, monthly amount, by type-- M:SED (Ja-Jl)
Personal income, annual rate, monthly, by
type----

M:SED (Ag-D)
National income measures and social insurance.- D 38–47
Navy nurses, changes in retirement provisions
for-----

S 40-41
Nicaragua, social insurance developinents, 1945–
47----

S 25
Nonprofit organizations:
Coverage recommended.---

D 4, 14-15
Number employed in, 1945 and 1946--

Ag 47

O
Old-age and survivors insurance:
Account numbers, number and characteristics
of applicants, quarterly---

Ja 26-27;

Ap 32–34; JI 30-31; 0 32–33
Administrative expenses, monthly status------ M:SED
Beneficiaries:
Assets and liabilities, five surveys--

O 12-27
Changes in resources, 1941 and 1944, St.
Louis.---

Ag 3-18
Cost-of-living budget at a maintenance level,
technique for estimating-----

Mr 9-13
Debts incurred for current living, five sur-
veys

O 24-27

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