The Law of Workmen's Compensation: Rules of Procedure, Tables, Forms, Synopses of Acts, Τόμος 1

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Election To Reject And Abolition Of Common Law Defenses
13
Election By Minors and Minors Generally
14
Loaned Employees
24
Partnership As Employer
25
Employers of Teamsters
26
Employer Of Less Than Stated Number Of Employees
27
Regularly Employed And Usual Business Of Employer
28
CarriersCarriages
60
Hauling Incidental To Employers Business
61
Loading And Unloading
62
Charitable Institution
63
Chauffeur Repairing Family
64
Coal Business
65
Collector
66
Election To Reject And Action For Damages
83
CHAPTER III
87
General
89
Every Person Corporation Association etc As Employers 18 Every Person Corporation Association etc As Employers Contd
98
Who Are Employees Contd
105
Employment Through Agents And Assistants
107
CHAPTER IV
123
Employments Not Casual
139
Farm Labor
142
Employments Held Not To Be Farm Labor
145
Domestic Servants
147
Persons Whose Average Annual Earnings Exceed A Stated Amount Excluded
148
Officials Of Political Subdivisions
149
Employees Of The State And Its Political Subdivisions
154
Independent Contractors
158
Workmen Held Independent Contractors Not Employees
162
On Or About the Premises
177
Liability of Owner Or Lessor To Employees Of Lessee
182
Eyesight
185
Eye Injuries
186
Dual Einployers Employments And Business Enterprises 44 Subrogation And Third Persons As Affected By The Acts
187
Falls From Vertigo Or Other Like Causes
188
Felon
189
Flat Foot From Traumatism
190
Subrogation And Third Persons As Affected By The Acts Contd
191
Frost Bites And Freezing
192
Friction Injuries
193
Gangrene From Wound
194
Gastric Ulcer
195
Headaches From Eye Injury And Other Causes
196
Cases Exclusively Covered By Federal
202
ExtraTerritorial Application Of Acts
224
CHAPTER IV
240
Altering 53 Appliances
253
Bottling 55 Brick Making 56 Building Construction Repair
254
Butcher Shop 58 Cannery
256
Dairy
261
Decorating 71 Dredging 72 Driver
262
Drug Store 74 Elevators 75 EngineeringLifting Radiator
265
Engineering Work 77 Engineering Works
266
Ensilage Cutter 79 Enterprise
267
Erection
269
Excavating 82 Explosives Etc 83 Factory
271
Farming 85 Florists 86 Garbage Disposal Plant 87 Garbage Removal 88 Groceries Wholesale 89 Heating
272
Hoisting ApparatusHand Elevator 91 Hospital
273
Hotel 93 Ice Harvesting 94 Installation Of Water Tank
274
Junk Business 96 Logging 97 Longshore
275
Maintain 99 Manhole Construction
277
Manufacture
278
Mason Or Concrete Work 102 Meat Market
279
Miner 104 Moving Picture See Manufacture
280
MiningQuarrying
281
Night Watchman 107 Oil Gas Wells 108 On In or About
282
SamePlantFactory
283
OperationEngines 111 Pile Driving 112 Plastering 113 Pleasure Club
284
Power Machinery
285
Private Railroad 116 Process Server 117 Road Building 118 Salesman
287
Sewer Construction 120 Slaughter And Packing House 121 Smoke Stack Wrecking 122 Stable
288
Storage
289
Street Railway 125 Structure
290
Aggravation Of An Injury By Subsequently Intervening Causes
291
Subway
292
Threshing Machine 128 Undertaking 129 UpholsteringCarpet Laying
293
Vehicles
294
VesselsUnloading
295
Warehouse
296
Window Cleaning
297
Determination Of Question
298
CHAPTER V
300
Actinomycosis 138 Aggravation of PreExisting Condition
312
Aneurism
320
Anthrax
322
Apoplexy
325
Artery Rupture
326
Arterio Sclerosis
328
Artificial Limb Broken 146 Artificial Teeth Broken 147 Artificial Eye Broken 148 Asphyxiation
329
Assaults
330
Asthma 151 Bends
331
Blood Poison
332
Blood Vessel Rupture
333
Boils
334
Brass Poisoning
335
Brights Disease 157 Bronchitis 158 Burns
336
Cancer
338
Carbuncle 161 Cellulitis
339
Cerebral Abscess 163 Cerebral Hemorrhage
340
Cerebral Oedma 165 Colds 166 Concussion Of Brain 167 Death Presumption From While At Work
342
Knowledge Obviating Necessity of Notice of Injury
343
Delirious 169 Delirium Tremens 170 Dementia Praecox
346
Dermatitis 172 Diabetes
347
Disease Following Injury
348
Dislocation 175 Dizziness
352
Dog Bite
353
Drinking Acid Or Poison By Mistake 178 Drowning
354
Dust 180 Dysentery
355
Eczema 182 Embolism
356
Epilepsy
358
Erysipelas
360
Heart Disease
376
Cases in which Compensation was awarded b Cases in which Compensation was denied
377
Hemorrhage
380
Hemorrhoids
381
Hernia
383
Housemaids Knee 202 Hydrocele 203 Hydronephrosis Of Kidney 204 Hysterical Blindness
388
Hysterical Paralysis
389
Infection
391
Guardians
392
Dependency Under the Federal
393
Adoption Under the Federal
394
To Whom Compensation of Children with a Surviving Parent is Paid
395
Illegitimate Children
396
Influenza
397
In General
398
Waiting Period
399
Classes of Disability and What Constitutes
400
Disfigurement Compensation Without Disability Damages
401
Inhalation Of Noxious Gases
402
Termination of Disability
403
Pain Suffering and Old Age as Affecting Right to Compensation
404
Latent Disease Accelerated by Accident Causing Disability
405
Ink Poisoning
407
Insanity
408
Loss of or Injury to
409
Insect Bite 212 Ivy Poisoning
410
Lead Poisoning
411
Injury to Leg or Foot
412
Lightning
413
Lumbago 216 Malarial Fever 217 Meningitis
414
Mental Shock Or Fright And Nervous Trouble
415
Mitral Regurgitation
416
Myocarditis 221 Myositis
417
Nephritis
418
Occupational Disease
419
Logs of or Injury to Arm Hand or Finger
420
Injury to or Loss of Leg or Fooi
421
Loss of Arm Hand or Finger
423
Loss of Leg or Foot
424
Osteomyelitis 225 Osteosarcoma From Fall
425
Over Work
426
Deductions and Setoffs and Duty of Claimant to Reduce Loss
427
Paralysis
428
When Compensation May be Computed on the Basis of the Earn ings of Another Employee in the Same Line of Work
429
Periarthritis
430
Peritonitis
431
Pleurisy
432
Employee Working More or Less Than 6 Days a Week
433
Employment at Stated Periods
434
Pneumonia
435
Seasonal Employments
436
Employee Under Contract of Employment for Year Round
437
Piece Work and Work by the Hour
438
Wages Based Upon the Reports of an Employer and Employee
439
Tips or Gratuities to be considered When
440
Proof Of Accident
441
Higher Wage at Time of Accident
442
Deducting Sundays Holidays and Days Employee Was Prevented From Working Through no Fault of His
443
What Items Are Proper Matters to be Deducted From Workmens Wages
444
Proximate Cause
445
Absence of Agreement as to Rate of Wages
446
Dual Employments and Employers
447
Where Weekly Wage Exceeds Statutory Amount
448
Quarantine 236 Rash 237 Recurrence of Condition Due To Former Injury
449
National Guardsman
450
Judicial Notice
451
Partial Disability Award
452
Liability of Principal Employer for Compensation to Employees of Subcontractor
462
Recurrence of Disability and Liability of Subsequent Insurance Car rier
463
Construing a Policy
464
Loaned Employee
465
Subrogation of an Insurance Carrier
466
Suicide
467
Sun Stroke And Heat Stroke
468
Providing Insurance as Relieving Employer
469
Estoppel of Insurance Company to Deny Liability
470
Where Employer is in Default in His Payments to the State Insur ance Fund or has Permitted His Policy to Lapse
471
Validity of a Provision of the Act Requiring Payment Into a Special Fund
472
State Funds
473
Where Act Provides That Compensation Shall be Payable But Makes No Provision for Raising a Fund to pay the Compensation
474
Intervention
475
Right of an Insurer to Object to an Agreement for Compensation
476
Sympathetic Affection Of One Eye By Injury To The Other 251 Testicles Injuries
477
Satisfaction of an Award
478
Tetanus
479
Trachoma
480
Tuberculosis
481
Fraud in Securing Policy
482
Lump Sum Agreements
483
Notice as a Prerequisite to Liability
484
Tumor
486
Industrial Commissions Jurisdiction
487
Typhoid Fever
488
Employers Duty to Furnish Medical
489
Ulcers
490
Vaccination
491
What Included as Medical and Hospital Service
492
Varicose Veins
493
Vertigo 261 Wood Alcohol Poisoning
494
Medical Treatment Causing Disability
495
CHAPTER VI
496
veniences or Pleasure Of The Employee
497
Submission to Physical Examination
498
Autopsy
499
Compromise or Amicable Settlement
500
Release
501
Satisfaction
502
Arbitration
503
General
504
Sufficiency of Evidence to Warrant Lump Sum Award
505
Course Of The Employment RULINGS AFFEOTING SPECIFIC CASES AS ARISING OUT OF AND IN THE COURSE OF THE EMPLOYMENT
506
General
507
Hearsay
508
Res Gestae
509
Knowledge Communicated to Physicians
510
Evidence of Negligence
512
Proof of Relation of Employer and Employee
513
Exclusion of Irrelevant Admission of Relevant Evidence in Same Document
514
Employers Reports Admissible
515
Reception of Evidence
516
Dying Declarations
517
Written Statements of Fellow Employees Not Admissible as Against Employer
518
Admissibility Generally in Specific Cases
519
In General
520
Relation of the Parties
521
Acceptance or Rejection of the Statute
522
As Establishing That the Injury Arose Out of and in the Course of the Employment
523
As to Dependency
524
Compensation
525
As to Wilful Misconduct of Employer
526
That Injury Arose Out of and in the Course of the Employment
527
As to Acceptance of the
528
As to Dependency
529
As to Existence of Beneficiaries
530
As to Notice
531
32 As to Wages 533 Of Contract of Employment
533
Against Self Infliction of Injuries
534
Or Death 536 As to Date of Filing Claim
536
General
537
Judicial Notice
538
General
539
When the Time Begins to
540
541 As Soon as Practicable
541
Notice Excused by Special Conditions 545 Limitations Mandatory
545
Sufficiency of Claim
546
Delay Excused by Statutory Provisions
547
Date of Filing
548
General
549
Procedure
550
Pleading
551
Proceedings to Increase Diminish or Terminate Compensation
552
Rehearing
553
Findings
554
Powers of Commission or Board
555
General
556
Jurisdiction
557
Right of Appeal
558
Manner of Taking Appeal
559
Conditions Precedent to an Appeal
560
Matters Considered on Appeal
561
Disposition of Appeal
562
Matters Waived
563
Remand
564
Presumption
565
Parties
566
Jury and Instructions
567
Substituted Plans or Schemes
568
Assignment and Exemption of Compensation
569
Preference of Compensation Claims
570
Retroactive Operation of Statutes
577
Acting Under Unauthorized Orders
743
Acids
746
Act Of
747
Anæsthetic Causing Death During Surgical Operation 300 Anthrax
750
Appendicitis
751
Apoplexy
753
Apprentice
755
Asphyxiation
757
Assisting A Fellow Employee Employee Of Another Employer Or A Stranger
758
Bite Of Animals
767
Bites And Stings From Insects And Reptiles
768
Bone Felon
769
Brights Disease
770
Burns
771
Cancer
773
Carbuncle
776
Charity Worker And Persons Seeking Relief From Charity Injured 314 Chauffeur
779
Concussion Of Brain
780
Contagious Skin Disease
781
Delirium Tremens
783
Dislocations 319 Drivers Injured
785
Electrical Shock And Electrocution
798
Emergency
801
Erysipelas
807
Explosions
808
Exposure
813
Eye Injuries
814
Falls From Vertigo Or Other Like Causes
816
Falling Objects
819
Frost Bites And Freezing
821
Gangrene Resulting From Injury 331 Glanders
824
Heart Disease
825
Heat Stroke And Sun Stroke
827
Hemorrhage
834
Hernia
837
Independent Contractor Doing Extra Work
840
Infection From Various Causes
841
Influenza 339 Insanity
846
Intoxication
848
Ivy Poisoning
850
Landslide And Snowslides 343 Lightning
852
Mental Shock
854
Misunderstood Orders 346 Neurosis
857
Paralysis
858
Pneumonia
860
Ruptures
863
School Teacher Injured Or Killed
865
Self Inflicted Injuries 352 Suịcide 353 Testing Racing Motorcycle
870
Tetanus
871
Toxic Amblyopia
872
Tuberculosis
873
Typhoid Fever
874
Ulcers 359 Unintentional Injury By A Fellow Employee
875
Using Elevator Contrary To Instructions
877
Using Machinery Other Than That Employed To
879
Watchman
884
Window Cleaner Falling From Ledge
886
CHAPTER VII
888
DEATH BENEFITS FUNERAL EXPENSES AND DEPENDENCY
889
Death Benefits
891
Funeral Expenses
893
Who Are Dependents and What Constitutes Dependency 368 Presumption Relating to Dependency 369 Wife Living Apart From Husband 370 Depe...
896
Partial Dependents
933
Total Dependents
939
What Children May Be Dependents
956
Alien Dependents and Constitutionality of Provisions Pertaining to Aliens
964
Illegal and Divorced Wives
967
Desertion and Nonsupport
968
Marriage or Remarriage of Dependent
969
Death of Beneficiaries or of an Employee Before the Period For Which an Award Has Been Made Has Elapsed
973
Absence of Dependents 382 Inheriting From the Estate of Deceased or Receiving Benefits From Other Sources
977
Dependent on More Than One Workman 385 Submitting to an Operation 386 Estopped to Dispute Claim of Dependents After Deceaseds Death 387 ...
980
Deductions
989
Evidence
991
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Σελίδα 587 - It need not have been foreseen or or expected, but after the event it must appear to have had its origin in a risk connected with the employment, and to have flowed from that source as a rational consequence.
Σελίδα 25 - The inhabitants of the said territory, shall always be entitled to the benefits of the writ of habeas corpus, and of the trial by jury; of a proportionate representation of the people in the legislature, and of judicial proceedings according to the course of the common law.
Σελίδα 218 - ... saving to suitors, in all cases, the right of a common law remedy, where the common law is competent to give it...
Σελίδα 19 - Included in the right of personal liberty and the right of private property — partaking of the nature of each — is the right to make contracts for the acquisition of property. Chief among such contracts is that of personal employment, by which labor and other services are exchanged for money or other forms of property. If this right be struck down or arbitrarily interferred with, there is a substantial impairment of liberty in the long-established constitutional sense.
Σελίδα 717 - Under this test, if the injury can be seen to have followed as a natural incident of the work and to have been contemplated by a reasonable person familiar with the whole situation as a result of the exposure occasioned by the nature of the employment, then it arises "out of
Σελίδα 71 - Rights of property which have been created by the common law cannot be taken away without due process; but the law itself, as a rule of conduct, may be changed at the will, or even at the whim of the Legislature, unless prevented by constitutional limitations. Indeed, the great office of statutes is to remedy defects in the common law as they are developed, and to adapt it to the changes of time and circumstances.
Σελίδα 474 - The causative danger must be peculiar to the work and not common to the neighborhood. It must be incidental to the character of the business and not independent of the relation of master and servant.
Σελίδα 972 - The insurance carrier shall pay to the state treasurer for every case of injury causing death in which there are no persons entitled to compensation the sum of one hundred dollars. The state treasurer shall be the custodian of this special fund, and the commission shall direct the distribution thereof.
Σελίδα 831 - an event that takes place without one's foresight or expectation ; an event which proceeds from an unknown cause, or is an unusual effect of a known cause, and, therefore, not expected.
Σελίδα 501 - ... the employment, but it excludes an injury which cannot fairly be traced to the employment as a contributing proximate cause and which comes from a hazard to which the workmen would have been equally exposed apart from the employment. The causative danger must be peculiar to the work and not common to the neighborhood.

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