Special fee in nurseries and schools to host festive events. – Formerly a levy into the treasury of the guild on the part of those masters who employed journeymen in excess of the number allowed by the guild. – Formerly a support payment – usually from the guild treasury – to an unemployed (celebrate = here: be unemployed) journeyman. – In the past, a payment into the guild treasury by those craftsmen who worked beyond the fixed working hours after hours due to a good order situation. – Today, it is sometimes popularly referred to as unemployment benefit [CH: Arbeitslosenentschädigung].
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