National Health Insurance Act, 1929

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Number 42 of 1929.


NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE ACT, 1929.


ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS

Section

1.

Interpretation.

2.

Abolition of certificates of exemption.

3.

Benefits of certain exempted persons after 5th January, 1930.

4.

Irish Migratory Labourers Exemption Fund.

5.

Admission to membership of approved society.

6.

Expulsion of member of approved society.

7.

Disqualification of non-member for benefits.

8.

Deferment of right to benefit in certain cases.

9.

Date of admission to membership.

10.

Admission to approved societies of deposit contributors.

11.

Financial provisions in relation to transferred deposit contributors.

12.

Abolition of deposit contributors.

13.

Military deposit contributors.

14.

Failure to submit evidence of incapacity.

15.

Married women.

16.

Junior assistant mistresses in National Schools.

17.

Amendment of section 112 of the Act of 1911.

18.

Amendment of section 12 of the Act of 1918.

19.

Limitation of right to pay contributions in respect of period of unemployment.

20.

Amendments of the Act of 1923.

21.

Reservists undergoing training.

22.

Reservists on service.

23.

Abolition of sanatorium benefit and Insurance Committees.

24.

Grant to counties and county boroughs.

25.

Provision of funds for Medical Certification Fund.

26.

Sums to be paid out of Medical Certification Fund.

27.

Second medical opinions on and after 1st January, 1930.

28.

Recovery of contributions.

29.

Accounts of approved societies.

30.

Extension of section 17 of the Act of 1913.

31.

General regulations.

32.

Repeals.

33.

Short title, construction and citation.

FIRST SCHEDULE.

SECOND SCHEDULE.


Acts Referred to

National Health Insurance Act, 1923

No. 20 of 1923

Defence Forces (Temporary Provisions) Act, 1923

No. 30 of 1923

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Number 42 of 1929.


NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE ACT, 1929.


AN ACT TO AMEND THE NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE ACTS, 1911 TO 1928. [20th December, 1929.]

BE IT ENACTED BY THE OIREACHTAS OF SAORST?T EIREANN AS FOLLOWS:—