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no legal liability attaching to employer, then in such case the employee shall be left to his remedy at law against such other person, and compensation shall not be payable under this chapter.

XIII. PRE-EXISTING DISEASES AND INJURIES.

Where there has been a previous disability, as loss of one eye or sight thereof, one hand, one foot, or any other permanent disability, the percentage for a subsequent injury shall be determined by deducting from the percentage of the previous disability as it existed at the time of subsequent injury; the workman shall receive a lump sum of $4,000.00.

XIV. EMPLOYER'S RIGHT TO HAVE INJURED EX.

AMINED.

Any employee awarded compensation for temporary total disability shall, if thereafter requested by employer, submit himself for medical examination by a physician licensed to practice medicine in this state, at a place designated by employer and reasonably convenient for workman, and said workman may have a licensed physician present of his own selection. The purpose of such examination shall be to determine whether workman has recovered so that his earning power at any kind of work is restored. If workman refuses to submit to examination or obstructs same, right to monthly payments shall be suspended until examination has taken place, and no compensation shall be payable during or for account of such period of refusal.

XIV. JURISDICTION AND PROCEDURE.

Whenever any injury or death is reported to Clerk of District Court, it shall be the duty of clerk to at once notify the Judge that such injury report had been filed in his office. The Judge shall investigate the claim and if there is no dispute and claim appears to be free from collusion said Judge shall make an order directing, payment of such compensation from state industrial fund. If there is a dispute, the Judge shall set the case down for hearing, the hearing conducted on statement and report filed by employer and such formal claims as may be presented and filed with clerk on behalf of injured workman. A jury may be had if employer alleges in his report that injury was due solely to culpable negligence of employee or that claim for compensation is not one coming within the law. At conclusion of hearing, Court shall enter order pursuant to verdict if jury is called; if no jury, the Court shall render decision on facts and law and make order allowing or disallowing compensation. Any order made by a Court or Judge, pursuant to a hearing, shall be reviewable by the State Supreme Court on proceedings in error in manner prescribed by code of civil procedure.

(References are to pages.)
ACCEPTANCE OF ACTS (see Scope and Application).
AGREEMENTS:
Alabama, 7

Minnesota, 157
Alaska, 13

Montana, 170
Arizona, 18

Nebraska, 179
California, 26

Nevada, 188
Colorado, 34

New Hampshire, 193
Connecticut, 41

New Jersey, 201
Delaware, 49

New Mexico, 210
Georgia, 58

New York, 221
Idaho, 66

North Dakota, 232
Illinois, 72

Ohio, 240
Indiana, 81

Oklahoma, 248
Iowa, 90

Pennsylvania, 266
Kansas, 98

Rhode Island, 274
Kentucky, 106

South Dakota, 285
Louisiana, 114

Tennessee, 297
Maine, 122

Texas, 307
Maryland, 131

Utah, 318
Massachusetts, 139

Vermont, 325
Michigan, 147
ALABAMA
ALASKA
ARIZONA
ARKANSAS
BASIS FOR COMPUTING COMPENSATION:
Alabama, 5

Montana, 169
Alaska, 12

Nebraska, 178
Arizona, 17

New Hampshire, 192
California, 24

New Jersey, 199
Colorado, 33

New Mexico, 208
Connecticut, 40

New York, 219
Delaware, 47

North Dakota, 230
Georgia, 56

Ohio, 239
Idaho, 65

Oklahoma, 246
Illinois, 71

Oregon, 255
Indiana, 80

Pennsylvania, 263
Iowa, 88

Rhode Island, 272
Kansas, 96

South Dakota, 283
Kentucky, 105

Tennessee, 295
Louisiana, 113

Texas, 305
Maine, 120

Utah, 315
Maryland, 130

Vermont, 324
Massachusetts, 137

Virginia, 333
Michigan, 145

West Virginia, 356
Minnesota, 157

Wisconsin, 365

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CALIFORNIA

....22-28
COLORADO

..29-36
COMPENSATION:
Alabama, 2-5

Nevada, 183-186
Alaska, 10-12

New Hampshire, 192
Arizona, 16, 17

New Jersey, 196-199
California, 22-24

New Mexico, 205-208
Colorado, 29-33

New York, 215-218
Connecticut, 38, 39

North Dakota, 227-230
Delaware, 44-47

Ohio, 236-239
Georgia, 54-56

Oklahoma, 243-245
Idaho, 61-64

Oregon, 251-255
Illinois, 69-71

Pennsylvania, 261-263
Indiana, 78-80

Rhode Island, 270-272
Iowa, 85-88

South Dakota, 279-283
Kansas, 94-96

Tennessee, 290-295
Kentucky, 102-105

Texas, 301-305
Louisiana, 111-113

Utah, 312-315
Maine, 118-120

Vermont, 321-323
Maryland, 127-129

Virginia, 329-333
Massachusetts, 135-137 Washington, 340-345
Michigan, 142-145

West Virginia, 350-356
Minnesota, 151-156

Wisconsin, 360-365
Montana, 166-169

Wyoming, 372-375
Nebraska, 176-178
CONNECTICUT

...37-43
CONTRACTORS AND OWNERS (With Relation and Lia-
bilities:
Alabama, 7

Nevada, 188
Alaska, 13

Nebraska, 180
California, 26

New Mexico, 210
Colorado, 35

New York, 221
Connecticut, 41

Ohio, 240
Delaware 49

Oklahoma, 248
Georgia, 58

Pennsylvania, 266
Idaho, 66

South Dakota, 286
Illinois, 73

Tennessee, 297
Indiana, 82

Texas, 307
Kansas, 98

Utah, 318
Kentucky, 107

Vermont, 325
Louisiana, 115

Virginia, 336
Maryland, 131

Washington, 346
Massachusetts, 139

West Virginia, 357
Michigan, 147

Wisconsin, 368
Minnesota, 159

Wyoming, 377
Montana, 170

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