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WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION

AND

STATE INSURANCE LAW

BY

HARRY B. BRADBURY

BRADBURY'S RULES OF PLEADING"

OF THE NEW YORK BAR. AUTHOR OF

AND VARIOUS WORKS ON PLEADING AND PRACTICE

SECOND EDITION

VOLUME II

THE BANKS LAW PUBLISHING CO.

NEW YORK

COPYRIGHT, 1912, BY
THE BANKS LAW PUBLISHING COMPANY

COPYRIGHT, 1914, BY
THE BANKS LAW PUBLISHING COMPANY

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In 1913 the State of Arizona codified its laws relating to employer and employé and re-enacted the workmen's compensation law as Chapter VII of that codification. The re-enactment was without substantial change in the old law, but such changes as were made are contained in the statute printed in the text. The original statute was cited as “Article 14, Section 1, Second Session, Laws of 1912, page 23." The re-enactment has new section numbers, beginning with Section 65, but in the body of the law frequent reference is made to the sections under the old section marks. This is very confusing and it has been necessary to insert the old section marks in the margin to understand the references in certain sections to provisions in other sections.

Chapter VI, of the same codification, must be read in connection with Chapter VII, because employés have a right of election, after an accident, whether to claim compensation or sue for damages, and if they sue for damages the action is based on Chapter VI. In the pages which follow therefore Chapters VI and VII

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