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Republic of Austria
Housing and Dwelling Census 1971


Census forms
For residential buildings with one or two dwellings (one and two family houses and farmhouses) and a maximum of one work site, except those in agricultural and forestry industries (outside of the dwelling). The house owners or their authorized person is legally obliged to fill out the census forms completely and truthfully (section 11 Federal Statistic law 1965, BGBI. Nr. 91.

Address:
____ Province:
____ Political district:
____ Community:
____ Location, or rather city district:
____ Street, lane, place:
____ Orientation number:
____ House number
____ Conscription number:
____ Land registry community*:
____ Contribution count*:

*Only given when no house number is available.


The Census form should be handed out at the same time with the completed forms of the People's census.

The true and whole completion of the census form is confirmed.

____ Signature of the house owner or their authorized person.

Please handle the census form carefully and do not bend.

It will be read electronically.
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Please read the explanations before completion.

Dwelling

Please mark the corresponding box by each question firmly with a pencil.

1. Owner of the house is:

[] A private person as sole owner
[] One or more private persons as co-owners
[] Government
[] Province
[] Community
[] Religious society
[] Welfare housing association
[] Other legal person
2. Owner of the house is:
[] Citizen
[] Foreigner
[] Citizen and foreigner
3. Predominant use of the house:
[] Farmhouse
[] One- or Two-family residence buildings
[] Vacation- or Weekend house
[] Barracks or assisted-living home
[] Other use
4. When was the house built?
[] before 1880
[] 1880-1918
[] 1919-1944
[] 1945-1960
[] 1961
[] 1962
[] 1963
[] 1964
[] 1965
[] 1966
[] 1967
[] 1968
[] 1969
[] 1970
[] 1971
5. Finished area of the house in sq.m.:
(Please read corresponding explanations.)

[] up to 25
[] 26-60
[] 61-75
[] 76-100
[] 101-125
[] 126-150
[] 151-175
[] 176-200
[] 201 and more
6. Area of the property
(Plot of land) in sq.m.:
(Please read corresponding explanations.)

[] up to 250
[] 251-500
[] 501-750
[] 751-1000
[] 1001-1500
[] 1501-2000
[] 2001-5000
[] 5001 and more
7. How is the unfinished area of the property predominantly used?
[] Garden or other green area
[] Parking, yard, or business area
[] Other use
8. Predominant building material, or construction method of the house:
a) Ground floor
[] Wood, wooden prefabricated house [Holzfertighaus]
[] Brick
[] Stone
[] Formwork stones [Schalungssteine]
[] Concrete construction [Schüttbauweise]
[] Assembly construction [Montagebauweise]
[] Other construction
b) First and other floors
[] Wood, wooden prefabricated house [Holzfertighaus]
[] Brick
[] Stone
[] Formwork stones [Schalungssteine]
[] Concrete construction [Schüttbauweise]
[] Assembly construction [Montagebauweise]
[] Other construction
9. From what material is the roof predominantly comprised?
[] Wood
[] Eternit [asbestos roofing]
[] Roofing felt
[] Metal/ Tin
[] Brick
[] Other material
10. Number of floors:
(attic not taken into account)

[] Only ground-level
[] One floor
[] Two floors
11. Is the attic completed as a living or business area?
[] Unfinished
[] Partially finished
[] Completely finished
12. Is the house built with a cellar underneath?
[] Full cellar
[] Partial cellar
[] No cellar
13. Connection to power supply network?
[] Yes
[] No
14. Which predominant type of heating does the house have?
[] Single oven heating
[] Apartment central heating
[] House central heating
[] Distance heating
[] No heating possibility
15. Is a garage part of the house for personal motor vehicles?
[] Yes
[] No
16. Within the property is a parking place available for personal motor vehicles?
[] Yes
[] No
17. How does the water supply take place?
[] Public water line (also water co-op)
[] Private water supply from a spring
[] Private water supply from a well
[] Other water supply
[] no water supply
18. Waste disposal (toilet) is connected to:
[] Public canal system
[] House sewage system without connection to the public canal system
[] Cesspool
[] Other waste disposal
[] No waste disposal
19. Is the house connected to the neighboring house?
[] Connected on one side
[] Two or more sides connected
[] Not connected (free-standing)

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[On page 3, there are two columns for two households; for simplicity, only one is shown here. See original document for details.]
First dwelling

20. Family and first name of the dwelling occupant: ________

21. Usable area of the dwelling in sq. m.: ________

22. Number of living quarters (excluding kitchen-living room):

[] 1
[] 2
[] 3
[] 4
[] 5
[] 6
[] 7
[] 8
[] 9
[]10 and more
23. How is the dwelling furnished?
[] Kitchen-living room
[] Kitchen
[] Kitchenette
[] Bathroom
[] Shower room
[] Foyer
[] Connection to public gas supply
[] Water within the dwelling
[] Toilet within the dwelling
[] Cellar area, storeroom
[] Balcony, loggia, terrace
[] Garden use
24. Is the dwelling permanently occupied?
[] Permanently occupied
[] Occasionally occupied (e.g. weekend house)
[] Not occupied
25. Legal justification for use of the dwelling:
[] Personal use by dwelling owners
[] Apartment
[] Free-hold flat
[] Company/ army dwelling
[] Other legal justification
26. For apartment: Rental fee formation
[] With main rental fee according to Rent Law
[] According to other legal regulations
[] According to free agreement
27. For apartments or free-hold flats:
How many Schillings did the dwelling cost in the year 1970? (Please read the explanations and give the number)

____
28. Are the rooms of the dwelling used for business?
(e.g. workshop, office, doctor's surgery)

[] No room

Number of rooms used for business
[] 1
[] 2
[] 3
[] 4
[] 5
[] 6
[] 7 and more
29. Type of rooms used for business in the dwelling:
[] Workshop
[] Warehouse, storeroom
[] Office
[] Doctor's surgery, studio
[] Public store
[] Other use

[Heading illegible]

30. Is there a work site in the house, other than agriculture and forest industry?

[] Yes
[] No

When yes, answer Questions 31-36.
31. To which section of industry does the business belong?
[] Manufacturing business, industry
[] Construction
[] Trade, storage
[] Correspondence; message transmission
[] Money and credit industry; private insurance
[] Accommodation and restaurant industry
[] Free profession
[] Public office
[] Other industrial section

Please do not write here. Field is for interpretation.
32. Family and first name of business owners or firm name: ____

33. How large is the total area of the industrial business site in sq.m.? (Give a number here) ____

34. How many sq.m. of the total area are omitted as adjoining rooms?

(Please always give the area in the space.)

____ Workshop rooms
____ Open store
____ Offices, Administration rooms
____ Guest room
____ Garages
____ Other rooms
35. Legal agreement for use of the work site:
[] Private use by the house owner
[] Use by rule of the dwelling ownership law
[] Leased property (use property [Nutzungsobjekt]
[] Used according to another legal agreement
36. With Leased property and Use according to Dwelling ownership law: Cost for 1970 in Schillings (Please read the explanations and give a number.) ____

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Print sort HWZ-B/1

Republic of Austria
Housing and Dwelling Census 1971
Dwelling Form

For dwellings with three or more households, as well as dwellings without agricultural and forest-industry business buildings and public buildings.

_ _ _ For the interpretation

For every building with a house number, a house form should be completed (concerning further information see "Explanations", 1. General concerning the census of included buildings without house numbers). Furthermore, a building form should be completed for every ascertainable building staircase of the house and a house form included. The house owner or their official representative is legally obligated to complete the house and building forms completely and truthfully (section 11 Federal Statistic Law 1965, BGBI. Nr. 91. and hand [them] in together with the completed forms of the 1971 Census.

I. Address:
________ Province:
________ Political district:
________ Community:
________ Location, or rather city district
________ Street, lane, place
House number:
________ Orientation number
________ Conscription number
________ Land registry community (only to be given, when no house number is available)
________ Assigned number (only to be given, when no house number is available).

II. Overview of the house

1. Are they [the buildings] registered under the stated house number?

Mark corresponding answer.

Considered as a building are free-standing buildings or a building complex separated from each other by fire walls. All buildings with dwellings, as well as building with business sites should be registered, as long as the finished area is more than 20 sq.m..

[] Only one building
[] Multiple buildings
[] Only one part of a building
_ _ When multiple buildings exist, please give the number here.
2. When multiple buildings exist:
a) How many of these buildings have at least one dwelling?
For every building with at least one dwelling, a building form should be completed. If such a building has two or more staircases, a different building form should be given for each staircase (refer to the explanations).

Please give the number here.
_ _

b) How many of these buildings do not have a dwelling and are not considered as agricultural and forest-industrial business sites (e.g. factory property, workshop, storehouse, LKW-garage, hotel, office building, school museum, church, hospital)?
Also for these buildings, a building form should be completed. If there exists more than 10 buildings together of business sites, only one building form should be completed for all buildings together of that type and only one backside (Questions 35-40. should be completed.

Please give the number here.
_ _
3. Please complete the following overview, when the building contains at least one dwelling with multiple staircases:
[There is a table with space for 4 answers]

For building number [1 - 4]
belongs to staircase number: ____

When more than 4 buildings exist, continuation on the backside of the form.

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III. House description

Mark corresponding box.

4. Who is the owner of the house?

[] 1 A private person as sole owner [21]
[] 2 One or more private persons as joint owners
[] 3 Federal government
[] 4 Province
[] 5 Community
[] 6 Religious society
[] 7 Welfare housing association
[] 8 Other legal person

5. Are the owner (joint owners) of the house citizens or foreigners?

[] 1 Citizens [22]
[] 2 Foreigners
[] 3 Citizens and foreigners
6. At this time is there a rent increase according to section 7 of the Rent law or section 2 of the Rent Control Law?
[] 1 Yes [23]
[] 0 No
7. How large is the area of the property (plot) in sq.m.?
See Explanations.
Enter the number here.

_ _ _ _ _ [24/28]
8. How is the unfinished area of the property predominantly used?
(Only one Answer)

[] 1 Garden or other green area
[] 2 Traffic, courtyard or business area
[] 3 Other use
9. Do garages belong to the house for personal motor vehicles (PKW)?
(Commercial garage units should be cited in Questions 35-40.)

[] 1 Yes
[] 0 No

When yes, how many PKW?
Enter number here.

_ _ _
10. Do parking spaces belong to the house for personal motor vehicles (PKW)?
[] Yes
[] No

When yes, how many PKW?
Enter number here.

_ _ _
11. How is water supplied?
[] 1 Public water line (also water co-op)
[] 2 Private water supply from a spring
[] 3 Private water supply from a well
[] 4 Other water supply
[] 5 no water supply
12. Waste disposal (toilet) is connected to:
[] 1 Public canal system
[] 2 House sewage system without connection to the public canal system
[] 3 Cesspool
[] 4 Other waste disposal
[] 5 No waste disposal

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Print sort HWZ-B/2

Housing and Dwelling Census 1971
Building Form


Address:
____ Community
____ Street, Lane, Place
____ House number

For every recorded building of the house, a different building form should be completed.
If a building has two or more staircases, then a different building form should be given for each staircase.

Building number (like House form, Question 3.
Enter number here _ _ [19/20]

Staircase number (if a staircase exists)
Enter number here _ _ [21/22]

For the interpretation _ _ _ _ _

I. Building Description

If there are multiple staircases, then Questions 13-24 should be answered only for the first staircase.

Mark corresponding box.

13. When was the building built?

Give year here.

_ _ _ _ [23/26]
14. Use of the building:
[] 1 Residential building [27]
[] 2 Predominantly a residential building but also with stores, offices, or other
business sites
[] 3 Barracks, assisted living home
Other use (e.g. building of estate/farm, factory property, restaurant, office building, hospital, school, church)
Please describe the type of "other use"

__________ [28/29]
15. Finished area of the building in sq.m.:
(See Explanation.)
Give number here.

_ _ _ _ _ [30/34]
16. Predominant building material, or rather construction method:
(Only one answer.)

[] 1 Wood, wooden prefabricated house [Holzfertighaus] [35]
[] 2 Brick
[] 3 Stone
[] 4 Formwork stones [Schalungssteine]
[] 5 Concrete construction [Schüttbauweise]
[] 6 Assembly construction [Montagebauweise]
[] 7 Other construction
17. Number of floors above the ground floor
(Attic not included)
Give number here.

_ _ [36/37]
18. Does the building have an elevator (to carry persons)?
[] Yes
[] No
19. From what material is the roof predominantly made?
(Only one answer.)

[] 1 Wood [39]
[] 2 Eternit [asbestos roofing]
[] 3 Roofing felt
[] 4 Metal/ tin
[] 5 Brick
[] 6 Other material
20. Is the attic level of the living or business area finished (e.g. studio)?
[] 1 Unfinished [40]
[] 2 Partially finished
[] 3 Completely finished
21. Does the building have a cellar?
[] 1 Complete cellar [41]
[] 2 Partial cellar
[] 3 No cellar
22. Is the building connected to the power supply network?
[] 1 Yes [42]
[] 0 No
23. What is the predominant type of heating of the building?
(Only one answer.)

[] 1 Single oven heating [43]
[] 2 Apartment central heating
[] 3 House central heating
[] 4 Distance heating
[] 5 No heating possibility
24. Is the building connected to the neighboring building?
[] 1 Connected on one side [44]
[] 2 Two or more sides connected
[] 3 Not connected (free-standing)
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II. Description of the dwellings of building number ____
with staircase number ____

[The following information is organized in a table with the questions listed in the first row each column and 20 rows in which to relate information on 20 different dwellings in the building.]

[The first column states "Do not fill out"]

25. Door number ____

26. Family and first name of the dwelling inhabitant ________

27. The dwelling is located in:

Mark corresponding square.

[] In the cellar (bottom level)
[] On the ground level

On the ____ floor
(Please give the floor.)
28. Finished area of the dwelling in sq.m. ____

29. Number of rooms in the dwelling (excluding kitchen-living room) ____

30. How is the dwelling furnished?

Mark corresponding square.

[] Kitchen-living room
[] Kitchen
[] Kitchenette
[] Bath
[] Shower room
[] Foyer
[] Connection to public gas line
[] Water within the dwelling
[] Toilet within the dwelling
[] Box room/Lumber room
[] Cellar area
[] Balcony, Loggia, Terrace
[] Use of the garden
[] PKW-garage [parking garage]
[] PKW-place [parking place]
31. Legal agreement for use of the dwelling
Mark corresponding square.

[] Private use by the house owner

Apartment-Rented
[] With main rent according to the Rent Law
[] According to another legal agreement
[] According to a free agreement

[] Free-hold flat
[] Company or army dwelling
[] Other legal agreement
32. The dwelling is:
Mark corresponding square.

[] Constantly/Permanently occupied
[] Occupied part-time
[] Not occupied
33. For apartments and free-hold flats: Dwelling cost for 1970 in Schillings ____

34. Only complete when the rooms of the dwelling are predominantly used for business.

How many rooms are used for business? ____

Type of business use:
Mark corresponding square.

[] Workshop
[] Warehouse, storeroom
[] Office
[] Doctor's surgery, studio
[] Open store
[] Other use

[Beneath the table] When 21 or more dwellings exist in the building, use multiple building forms and only complete the inner side of the form for them.

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III. Description of non-agricultural and forest-industrial business areas outside of the dwellings in building number ____

with staircase number ____

[The following information is organized in a table with the questions listed in the first row each column and 20 rows in which to relate information on 20 different dwellings in the building.]

[The first column states "Do not fill out"]

35. Family and first name of the business owners or company name ________

Mark the corresponding square.
[Questions 36 and 37 need a mark on the corresponding square.]

36. To which section of industry does the business belong?

[] 1 Mining, Stone and earth extraction
[] 2 Manufacturing business and industry
[] 3 Construction
[] 4 Trade, storage
[] 5 Correspondence; message transmission
[] 6 Money and credit industry; private insurance
[] 7 Accommodation and restaurant industry
[] 8 Free profession
[] 9 Public office
[] 0 Other industrial section
37. The business site comprises:
[] The whole building

Part of the building
[] Cellar
[] Ground floor
[] First or higher floors
[] Attic
38. Area of the business site in sq.m.:
____ Total

From that area, the omitted areas in sq.m.:
____ Workshop rooms
____ Open stores
____ Offices, administration rooms
____ Guest rooms
____ Garages, porches [Remisen]
____ Other rooms
39. Legal agreement for the use of the business site:
Mark the corresponding square.

[] Private use by the house owner
[] On the grounds of ownership of the dwelling
[] Rental property [Use property, Nutzungsobjekt]
[] Other legal agreement
40. Cost for 1970 in Schillings (Only for Rental property and use on the grounds of dwelling ownership). ____

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Explanations for the house and building forms

Please observe the following:

The findings of the house and dwelling census have great meaning for the administration, industry, and research. The census can however only then be successful when you complete the house and building form truthfully and completely. The answers are completely confidential and used only for statistical purposes.

1. General

In the census, the following should be included:

1. All houses supplied with a house number (orientation or conscription number), regardless if occupied or not.
2. Houses without a house number, as long as they are approved for living or business purposes.
3. Other buildings without a house number, as long as these are permanently/constantly occupied.

For every house, an individual "dwelling form" (B/1. and, for every building belonging to it, a "building form" B/2) should be completed, namely:

a) for houses with three or more dwellings (for row house constructions, census form A should be used.);
b) for houses with non-agricultural and forest-industrial business buildings and public buildings with a finished property of more than 20sq.m. From these are also not included as business buildings, when they serve solely for the train company, as long as they do not contain dwellings. Houses that serve military purposes should only be described when a dwelling lies therein;
c) for residential buildings with 1 or 2 dwellings, but with 2 or more non-agricultural and forest-industrial business sites outsides of the dwelling.

House form B/1 and building form B/2 should be completed by the house owner or their authorized representatives.

2. Guidance for the completion of the house and building forms

2. Any part of the building should be interpreted as a staircase, when dwellings and business sites can enter through a common staircase.
4. With houses that contain free-hold flats, "one or more private persons as co-owners" should be marked.
5. Stateless persons are considered here as foreigners.
6. Rent increases should be noted, which are allowed through the notification of the responsible court of arbitration or through the resolution of the ordinary courts [Außerstreitgerichtes].
7. If the house is only a part of a larger residential complex on a common property, then the portion of the property area for the house should be given. With agricultural or forest-industrial estates with more than 2 dwellings, if possible the quoted area of the construction space in the land registry should be noted.
8. Every type of use should be given, which serves the relatively greater portion of the total unfinished area of the property.
10. Parking places include those unfinished or supplied with protective roofs and not the public traffic-serving area within the house property (plot).
11. Under "public water line", the water supply through communities, water associations, and water cooperatives should be given.
12. For businesses, in which the dwelling sewage as well as the business sewage drain off, the predominant form of drainage should be given.
13. In the situation of the whole building being rebuilt or completely renovated buildings, the year of the reconstruction or renovation should be given. If the exact year of construction is unknown, then the estimated year of construction should be given (e.g. before 1870).
15. The finished area is the enclosed are from the outside walls of the building, measured in the terrain altitude. The courtyard and garden areas, as well as canopies, should not be included. Not to be subtracted are the areas of recesses, enclosure walls, loggias, passageways and arcades.
16. On this occasion, the related material for the foundation and cellar should not be taken into account.
17. Roof terrace level, as well as levels such as the "High parterre", Mezzanine, half floor, etc., should be counted as individual floors.
18. Elevators (for people) also include registered freight elevators for use by people.
27. Also levels such as the "High parterre", Mezzanine, half floor, etc., should be counted as individual floors.
28. The total floor space of the dwelling remains the sum of the area of all living quarters, kitchens and adjoining rooms, open balconies, stairs and terraces, as well as cellar and attic rooms, if they are not furnished for living should be disregarded from the calculation of the usable area.
29. Living, sleep and children's rooms are included as living quarters, as long as the usable area amounts to at least 4 sq.m.; kitchen-living rooms and adjoining rooms like a foyer, hall, bathroom, boxroom, pantry, veranda and similar are not to be counted as living quarters.
Count guest rooms - as long as they are not determined as a commercial hostel [Fremdenbeherbung] - as living quarters.
30. A kitchen is an individual room, a kitchenette is a part of a room, which is used predominantly for the preparation of food and in connection therewith standing work. A "kitchen-living room" is a kitchen by rule, but also has a particular organization for living purposes. "Garden use", "PKW-garage", or a "PKW space" can only therefore be there when it concerns a legally secured use in the housing complex through ownership or a contract (Rent, Use [Nutzung]) (or rather in one facility belonging to the housing complex).
31. "Free-hold flat" should only be noted, when a contract on account of the "Dwelling ownership law 1948", or rather has the right to dwelling ownership. Please do not confuse a "free-hold flat" with "house ownership". The erected dwellings of the cooperative building community should be noted, according to the legal relationship, as a "free-hold flat" or as an "apartment". Under "other legal agreement" are also dwellings, which on account of a real right are used (usufruct, subservience [Dienstbarkeit] of the dwelling), cottage of estate reserved for use by parents [Ausgedingewohnungen] and dwellings in use on account of a Prekarium [lease agreement subject to early termination on the part of the renter] should be given.
Apartments are rented:

a) with the main rent according to the Rent law, with rental agreement according to section 2, paragraph 1, part "a" of the Rent law. Similarly dwellings fall under [this] with raised main rent according to section 7 of the Rent law;
b) according to another legal agreement, when the rental fee formation is subject to the agreements of the residential complex-reconstruction law, of the dwelling cooperative law and of the Rent Control Law;
c) according to free arrangement; concerning this all rental fee arrangements should be counted, with which the main rental fee cannot be arranged according to a legal rental fee regulation, as well as those rented dwellings according to the agreements of section-section 16 and 16a of the Rent law.

32. Second dwellings of weekend commuters at the work location, which are only used during work days, should be given as "occupied part-time". The same goes for dwellings, which are only occupied in the summer or winter or regularly on the weekends.
33. The dwelling cost is only given with those dwellings, with which "free-hold flat" or "apartment" was given in Question 31.
The sum of the rental fee, or rather the repayment rates of the loan, as well as the maintenance costs, business costs, and public taxes for the year 1970 should be given as the dwelling cost. Amounts for heating and garage costs should not be included.
34. Here only those rooms used for business should be cited, when part of the dwelling are used predominantly for business use. Rooms-to-let, which are rented without a legal business license (private rooms-to-let), should not be given as rooms for business use.
38. For the determination of the total usable area, the included furnishings are logically part of the calculation of the usable area of the dwelling (see Explanations for Question 28. The sum of the omitted area portions from the individual rooms must give the included total area of the business site.
Inn rooms should be included under "other rooms".
40. For the determination of the cost for the year 1970 are included logically the explanations for Question 33.

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Continuation from Page 1

[The following information is in a table with spaces for the description of dwellings number 5-15.]

For dwelling number [5-15]

belong to staircases number ________

Name and address of the house owner (or their legal representative) ________

The correct and entire completion of the house and dwelling forms are acknowledged:

Signature of the house owner or their legal representative ________

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Print sort VZ 1



Republic of Austria
Orderly people's census on May 12, 1971
Household list

Name of head of household:

____ Family name
____ First name

Address:

________ Community
________ Political district
________ Location, or rather city district
________ Street, lane, place
____ House number/ ____ Stairs/ ____ Floor/ ____ Door number

____ Telephone number:

For the head of the household

Please mark the corresponding box:

A) You live in the dwelling as:

[]
House owner
Dwelling owner
Main tenant
User of a company or army dwelling

[]
Subtenant/ lodger
Fellow occupant

B) Are other households located in this dwelling?

[] No
[] Yes

When yes: the names of the other heads of household:
Second household: ________
Third household: ________

Please read the explanations on page 2 and 4 before completion.

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Explanations for the completion of the household list

Dear Head of Household,

1. Please list yourself in column 2 of the household list on the first line, and on the lines underneath list all other persons who belong to your household, as long as they live with you and manage a communal budget together with you, and also those persons who are temporarily absent on the day of the census. Within your household also belong persons who work for you and receive room and board, as well as possible family guests. Also subtenants, who take part predominantly in the household of the shelter provider [Unterstandsgeber], should be included in the household list; underage subtenants then also, when they do not receive board from the shelter provider [Unterstandsgeber]. Subtenants, who lead an individual household, must complete an individual household list. A household can also consist of a single person.

2. The deciding time for inclusion onto the household list is 1 a.m. in the morning (Census time) on the night of Wednesday, the twelfth of May, 1971 (census day). Persons who die before this time or were born after this time should not be included in the household list.

3. For every listed person on the household list, a box in columns 5, 6, or 7 should be marked, it all depends, if they

are a resident in the dwelling and are present on the census day (column 5), or
are a resident in the dwelling, but are predominantly absent on the census day (column 6), or
are only predominantly present in the dwelling (column 7).

If there is any doubt include the following:

a) For persons with a city and a country (weekend) dwelling, the box in column 5 (for present) or in column 6 (for predominant absent) in each dwelling should be marked, in which you predominantly live. When you spend your time on the census day in the other of the two dwellings, the box in column 7 should be marked in the actual household list.

b) For employed persons, who outside of the dwelling, in which you lead a joint household with your marriage partner (life partner) or your children, have a second quarters at the work location, the box in column 5 should be marked for presence and the box in column 6 should be marked for absent; in the accommodations at the work location by contrast with the box in column 7. For single, divorced or widowed employed persons, who do not have children and, as long as they have a quarters at the work location as well as second quarters for relatives, the box in column 5 should be marked on the household list at the work location for present, the box in column 6 should be marked for absent; on the household list of your relatives, they should only be included, when you are present in the dwelling of your relatives on the census day. In this situation, the box in column 7 then should be marked.

c) Pupils and Students under 21 years, who are separated from their parents (legal guardians) and live at the place of study in dorms or private quarters, should be noted on the household list of their parents (legal guardians). For those in the household of their parents (legal guardians), the box in column 5 should be marked for present, the box in column 6 of the household list for absent, the box in column 7 should be marked on the household list at the place of study. For students over 21 years, who live separately from their parents in dorms or private quarters at the place of study, the box in column 5 should be marked on the household list of their place of study for present, the box in column 6 for absent. On the household list of their parents, they should only then be noted, when they are present in their parents' dwelling on the census day; in this situation, the box in column 7 should then be marked.

d) For active duty guardsmen, every household, to which they belonged prior to their entrance into military duty (this is according to the rule of the household of the dependents), should mark the box in column 6 on the household list.

e) For patients, who predominantly live in hospitals, rest homes, or sanatoriums, and for the newborns, who are still located in the maternity ward, should mark the box in column 6 on the household list of their relatives.

f) For committed persons predominantly in penal institutions, the box in column 6 should be marked on the household list of their relatives.

g) Committed persons in retirement homes should not be included on the household list of their relatives.

h) For foreign employed persons and students, are included logically in paragraphs b and c.

i) Persons temporarily staying in lodgment enterprises in should be included separately from the lodgment enterprise with their name and birth year on a personal households list, whereas the box in column 7 should be marked. Permanently residing persons in the lodging enterprise without private households elsewhere must complete their own household list by family and person forms [dweller forms], whereas the box in column 5 should be marked for presence, the box in column 6 for predominant absence.

(Please read further on the 4th page).

[The following information is listed in a table, the first row of which has the questions and the following ten rows provide space for responses.]
[Questions 1 - 8 were asked of all persons]
1. Serial number ____

2. Family name, first name ________

3. Birth year ____

4. Relation to Head of Household

(e.g. wife, daughter, stepfather, nephew, etc. or household employee,
subtenant, life partner, etc.)
For grandchildren of the head of household, give also the first names of their mother and father, as long as these [persons] live in the same household, e.g. "Grandson, son of Renate".

[The first blank row of this chart is reserved for the "head of household", which is written in the space for this question.]

____

Please mark the corresponding box. Note Point 3 of the explanations.

The stated person in column 2 is:

a resident in the dwelling and at the time of the census
[]5 Present
[]6 Predominantly absent
[]7 during the time of the census was only predominantly present in the dwelling

[In the second to last row of columns 5, 6, and 7, the "sum of the persons" for each questions should be written.]

[In the last row of columns 5 and 6, the "total of completed person forms" has to be written.]

8. Only for the stated persons who marked column 6 or 7
When predominantly absent (column 6): exact address of the place of residence
When only predominantly present (column 7): exact address of permanent place of residence

____ Zip code
____ Community
____ Political district (city district)
____ Street (locality)
____ House number/____Stairs/_____Floor/_____Door

For every stated person in column 5 or 6, a person form should also be completed.
For the "only predominantly present" persons (marked in column 7). No person form should be given.

______Signature of the head of household or their representative

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Print sort VZ 2



Republic of Austria
Regular Population Census on May 12, 1971
Person form

____ Family name
____ First name

Address:

____ Zip code
____ Community
____ Political district (city district)
____ Street (locality)
____ House number/ ____ Stairs/____ Floor/____ Door

Please mark the corresponding box clearly with pencil.
If necessary, write in words the answer on the dotted lines.
The explanations to the questions are found on the household list.
Please handle the form carefully and do not bend [it]. It will be read electronically.

[Questions 1 - 9 were asked of all persons]

1. Where did you live on May 12th, 1966?

[] In this community
[] In another community, namely
____ Zip code
____ Community
____ Political district (city district)

2. Permanent place of residence:

(Please note the explanations on page 4 of the household list.)

[] In this community
[] In another community, namely
____ Zip code
____ Community
____ Political district (city district)

3. Birth date:

____ Day
____ Month
____ Year

4. Place of birth:

[] In this province
[] In another province
[] In present foreign country

5. Gender:

[] Male
[] Female

6. Marital status:

[] Single
[] Married
________ Date of marriage (day, month, year)
[] Widowed
[] Divorced

7. Citizenship:

[] Austrian
[] Not Austrian, namely ________

8. Spoken language:

[] German
[] Another [language] (also multiple languages), namely _______

9. Religious affiliation:

[] Roman Catholic

Protestant
[] Augsburg Confession
[] Westminster Confession

[] Old Catholic
[] Muslim
[] Other
[] Without religious affiliation

10. Predominant profession:

Only mark one box.
Unemployed persons and active duty guardsmen comment for Questions 12, 13, 15-17 on their previously practiced profession or their previously visited school.
Those receiving pension, retired persons, and housewives with side employment, work students, as long as the assisting relatives in the family business are included as employed, when they work approximately a minimum of 14 hours in the week.
Housewives with pension or retirement are noted as pensioners, or rather retired persons.
Are you:

[] Employed
[] Unemployed
[] Active duty guardsman for the National Army
[] Pensioner, retired person
[] Homemaker without personal income
[] Child, Pupil, Student without personal income

________ Predominant living from another livelihood, namely:
(e.g. Rent, scholarship, support from relatives, etc.)

Please write nothing here.
11. Successfully completed education:
When you have two trained professions, or rather two completed post-secondary studies, the answer is the most important acquired profession or study (in connection with the earliest practiced profession).
For [those] under 15 years are excused from answering the question.

a) Community college, secondary school, special school, polytechnic training?
[] Yes

b) Have you successfully completed a final examination for general, sales clerk [customer service] (chamber of commerce), or skilled laborer certificate?
[] Yes
In which profession? ________

c) Have you completed a Technical College (= school without Matura)? (e.g. trade school, school for hotel management, electrical engineering school, etc. Attention: "vocational school" is not to be noted here; that belongs to teaching education, Question 11b).
[] Yes
Which? ________

d) Have you completed a middle school, high school (=schools with Matura), academy or college?
[] Yes
Type of school: ________
Area of Study (Major, Concentration): ________

Which graduation certificate have you achieved? (Please give all)
[] School leaving examination [Matura], high school diploma [Abitur]
[] Absolutorium, 3rd State test, Masters
[] Teaching profession for secondary schools
[] College diploma
[] Doctorate
[] Other college completion

Acquired in year: [space provided for each of the preceding options]

For students and employed persons
[Questions 12-14 were asked of students or employed persons only age 6 and older]

12. Name of employer (company, department) or type of school of the currently attended school (e.g. community college, college, etc.) ________

13. Address of the work site (where daily work takes place) or school

____ Zip code
____ Community
____ Political district (city district)
____ Street (Locality)
____ House number

14. Is your work place (school) located in the same house (on the same property) as your dwelling [noted] above left?

[] Yes, in the same house, or on the same property (e.g. agricultural worker, at-home worker, etc.)

When in another house (on another property):

a) Do you travel daily to return to this dwelling?
[] Yes, daily
[] No, not daily (e.g. every two days, weekly, monthly)

b) How long do you estimate for the daily commute to the work site (school)?
[] Up to 15 minutes
[] 16-30 min.
[] 31-45 min.
[] 46-60 min.
[] More than 60 min.
[] Unable to estimate due to alternating sites of work (e.g. for operators)

c) Predominantly used transportation method on the daily commute to the work site or school (longest distance)
[] None (on foot)
[] Car, motorcycle, moped
[] Train, suburban rail
[] Tram, subway
[] Bus, trolley-bus, work bus, school bus
[] Other (e.g. bike, taxi, boat, etc.)

For employed persons, active duty guardsmen, and unemployed persons
[Questions 15-17 were asked of employed persons, active duty guardsman, and unemployed persons only.]

Please note the explanations on page 4 of the household list.

15. Practiced profession: ________

Please be precise. Not: "Unskilled worker", "Office employee", "civil servant", but e.g. "paint mixer", "booking/reservations machine operator", "civil servant in higher country-archive-work".

16. You practice your profession as:

[] Self-employed person
[] Unpaid family worker
[] Employee, civil servant

Worker, namely:
[] Skilled worker
[] Semi-skilled worker, unskilled worker
[] Apprentice

17. Branch of industry, business of your company, specifically your place of work: ________

(Please answer specifically. Not "textile company", but e.g. "weaving mill", "body wash factory", "wholesale trade of textiles"; not "National train", but e.g. "load service", "major workshop", "electrical work for the ÖBB".

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4. For all persons with a marked box in column 6 or column 7, the exact address of the place of residence or rather of the permanent place of living should be given in column 8.

5. For every person, who appears on the household list with a marked box in column 5 or 6, must also complete a person form.

6. When the available household lists or person forms are not enough, please get hold of further forms from the community of the designated census organization or directly to the community (Magistrate, Magisterial district office).

7. When your household has more than 10 persons, the 11th and every additional person should be noted on a second household list, this with the remark "continuation" and the address to understand and on the first household list to be included.

Explanations for the completion of the person form

Due to the fact that the person forms will be read by electronic equipment, they must be carefully handled, and should not be creased or folded.

The majority of questions can be answered by marking the corresponding boxes on the person form. The marking should be done with pencil. For questions, which must be answered with words, look out for the dotted lines. Nothing should be written beyond the end of the line.

On every person form, the name of the person should be given at the top, for whom that form is completed, and the address (like on the household list).

For Question 1, residential community on May 12th, 1966: When you on May 12th, 1966, that is five years before, lived in the location of the same community, in which you now live, the box should be marked. If you lived at that time in the location of another community, then that should be noted on the dotted line. If at that time you lived abroad, the country should also be given. For children, who were born after May 12th, 1966, the question should not be answered.

For Question 2, permanent place of residence: The permanent place of residence should be the community noted above [at the top of the person form] according to the rule. In case of doubt, use the following:

The permanent place of residence of a person is the location at which you established in the provable, following intention or from the situation, to take there your permanent place of residence (section 66 JN.). At the same time it is insignificant, if the intention upon that is arranged to remain forever at that location in the future. It is enough that, at that time, the intention does not exist for the establishment of a place of residence in one location, to dwell only there predominantly, so for a more or less determined time (e.g. as a vacationer, for a business trip, as the charge of an institute, a guest, etc.), and that location is due to a further focus of legal circumstances, or rather of the economic, professional, or social ratification.

A prerequisite for the establishment of the "independent" permanent place of residence is the acquisition of the legal personal authorization [Eigenberechtigung]. Therefore, persons without personal authorization [Eigenberechtigung] (minors under 21 years, as long as they have not been released from fatherly control) should not be separated from the permanent residence of their parents (legal guardians). Students, who already have personal authorization [Eigenberechtigung], have their permanent residence at the location of their studies. For employed persons with multiple residences, in order to be able to answer the question concerning the permanent residence correctly, should decide, which of their residences they can describe justly as the center point of their life relations in the oberwähnten sense. A personally authorized, unmarried person therefore has, for example, their permanent residence at the place of employment, when they have a dwelling there (main or subtenant) and not only has a place to sleep within, but does not lead a different household in another location and thus places the place of employment as the center point of their life relations.

For Question 4, Place of birth: The current country or province borders are decisive for the answering of this question.

For Question 6, Marital status: The date of the marriage should only be given by married persons, namely for existing marriages.

For Question 8, Spoken language: For children, who cannot yet speak, and for mute persons, the spoken language should be included which is spoken in their family, or in default, spoken in their area.

For Question 12, Name of employer or type of the currently attended school: Persons, as long as they are students or employed as well, answer these and the following questions according to whether they marked themselves in Question 10 as "employed" or as "Pupil, student." Persons with multiple employers (e.g. operators) mark "multiple employers".

For Question 13, Address of work site or school: The question should also be answered by self-employed persons and assisting family relatives. Persons with alternating work locations (e.g. agents) mark "alternating work locations". If the work location (school) is located abroad, then the country should also be given.

For Question 14, if work location (school) [is] in that house: Persons, who do not return daily to this dwelling, should answer sub-questions b and c in addition, namely for the daily route from the residence at the work (school) location to the work site (school).

For Question 15, practiced profession: For multiple practiced professions, only answers about the main profession should be answered. This also applies to Questions 16 and 17. Unemployed persons and active duty guardsmen give answers concerning the most recently practiced profession.

For Question 16, do you practice your profession as: Workers mark "Skilled worker" or "Semi-skilled worker, unskilled worker", as the case may be, if they are classified in their business.

For Question 17, Economy, Business sector: For civil servants of the federal, agricultural, and community administrations, "public service" should be marked.

Regulations concerning the deadline, secrecy [privacy], and duty to disclose information

1. The household list and the person forms should be completed according to the rules until May 14th, 1971, and according to the instructions, should be handed over to the community from the community of the appointed census organization or to the house owner or their legal representative.

2. It is up to the obliged person for completion, to also give the completed print sorts immediately to the community/ municipality (Magistrate, Magisterial district office) for acknowledgement of receipt. In this situation, the acknowledgement of receipt should be handed over to the census organization or house owner or their legal representative listed in place of the household list and the person forms.

3. All answer on the census forms will only be used for statistic purposes and fall under the privacy/ secrecy duty according to section 4 1. of the people's census law.

4. The residing or present persons in Austria are obliged to information conferral. The head of household is obliged to complete the household list and the person forms. If he is unable, then the household list and the person forms should be completed as much as possible by relatives, the dwelling occupant, co-tenants, the dwelling leaser or the house owner, in all cases also authorized persons.

5. The municipality can leave checking the completeness and correctness of the completion of the print sorts at the location and spot on the basis of personal documents.

6. Who is committed to complete the household list and the person forms or confer information, following nothing, or whoever deliberately gives untrue or incomplete answers, or whoever violates privacy [secrecy], is subject to the intended penal provisions in the people's census law.