Digest of Workmen's Compensation Laws in the United States and Territories, with Annotations; 7th Ed. REV to December 1, 1921

Digest of Workmen's Compensation Laws in the United States and Territories, with Annotations; 7th Ed. REV to December 1, 1921

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1921 edition. Excerpt: ...Joint employers of same employee are liable for compensation jointly and severally; but as between themselves they are liable in proportion to their wage liability, unless they agree between themselves upon a different distribution ( 9). No savings, insurance or other benefit derived by employee from outside source is to be considered in determining compensation ( 24). By House Bill 494, FiftyFirst General Assembly (not printed in this pamphlet) Missouri accepts the benefits of the Federal Vocational Rehabilitation Act. 1.--TITLE, WHEN EFFECTIVE, ETC. Chapter 96, Laws of 1915; approved and effective March 8, 1915; and entitled the "Workmen's Compensation Act." As amended by Chapters 95 and 100, Laws of 1919, and by Chapters 196 and 254, Laws of 1921; effective Jnly 1, and May 1, 1921, respectively. 2.--SYSTEM PROVIDED FOR. Employer's direct liability for compensation ( 3c); elective as to private employers ( 3c, 3j), compulsory as to public corporations ( 3e). Insurance in Industrial Accident Fund (Pt. IV) or insurance company (Pt. III) or proof of financial ability or security (Pt. II) required of private employers ( 3f); insurance in Industrial Accident Fund compulsory as to public corporations and contractors thereunder ( 3e); insurance does not discharge employer's liability ( 35c, 35d, 40u). Administered by Industrial Accident Board ( 2a-2o, 18a-18e). City of Butte v. Industrial Accident Board, 156 Pac. 130. 3.--HOW ELECTED. Employer may elect at any time to come under the Act, by posting notice at place of business and filing copy, with affidavit of posting, with the Board ( 3f). Every employe is presumed to have elected to come under the Act in the absence of written...show more

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  • Paperback | 164 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 9mm | 304g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236679636
  • 9781236679635