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WITH AMENDMENTS, ADDITIONS AND
ANNOTATIONS TO AUGUST 1, 1920
Issued Under the Direction of
EDWARD F. BOYLE, Chairman
CYRUS W. PHILLIPS
PREPARED BY THE BUREAU OF STATISTICS AND INFORMATION
The Workmen's Compensation Law had been in effect six years on the first of July, 1920, administered by the Workmen's Compensation Commission during its first eleven months, and, thenceforward, by the State Industrial Commission.
In addition to the reënacting act, L. 1914, ch. 41, effective March 16, 1914, twenty-four later acts have amended the Workmen's Compensation Law; namely L. 1914, ch. 316, effective April 14, 1914; L. 1915, ch. 167, effective April 1, 1915, ch. 168, effective April 1, 1915, ch. 615, effective May 12, 1915, and ch. 674, effective May 22, 1915; L. 1916, ch. 622, effective June 1, 1916; L. 1917, ch. 705, effective July 1, 1917; L. 1918, ch. 249, effective April 17, 1918, chs. 633, 634, 635, effective May 13, 1918; L. 1919, ch. 458, effective May 5, 1919, ch. 498, effective May 9, 1919, ch. 629, effective May 14, 1919; and L. 1920, ch. 281, effective April 19, 1920, ch. 527, effective July 1, 1920, ch. 529, effective May 5, 1920, ch. 530, effective July 1, 1920, chs. 532, 533, 534, 536, 538, effective May 5, 1920, ch. 760, effective May 13, 1920. The numbered notes appended herein to sections and subdivisions show the exact wording and the origin of every amendment.
Notes following the numbered notes give cross-references and references to court decisions and attorney-general's opinions. The Monthly Bulletin of the State. Industrial Commission, the first number of which appeared in October, 1915, presents compensation rulings, court decisions, comments of administrative officers and current compensation items. The State Department Reports, issued semi-monthly by the Miscellaneous Reporter's office since October 1, 1914, give the full texts of many of the State Industrial Commission's compensation rulings and also the Attorney-General's compensation opinions. References to these two sources appear herein under the abbreviations, Bul. and S.D.R. The texts of the Appellate Division decisions are to be found in the Appellate Division Reports, beginning with Volume 165, and the texts of the Court of Appeals decisions in the New York Reports, beginning with Volume 215. The Miscellaneous Reports of New York, beginning with Volume 90, give some cases involving compensation. The Reports of the Attorney-General, beginning with 1914, contain occasional compensation opinions. Special Bulletins, Nos. 81, 87, 95, and 97, issued by the Bureau of Statistics and Information of the State Industrial Commission, notice all court decisions and present the full texts of all court and attorney-general opinions from July 1, 1914, to January 1, 1920; Special Bulletin, No. 98, brings court decisions and opinions upon subjects other than constitutionality and coverage down till July 1, 1920.
An index and an alphabetical finding list of employments covered by the law appear at the end of this pamphlet.
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