STATE COMPENSATION INSURANCE FUND v. INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA

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District Court of Appeal, Third District, California.

STATE COMPENSATION INSURANCE FUND, Petitioner, v. INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA and Blass Jurovich, Respondents.

Civ. 5839.

Decided: June 23, 1937

Carroll S. Bucher and Reynold J. Biancki, both of San Francisco, for petitioner. Everett A. Corten, of San Francisco, for respondents.

This is a petition on the part of the State Compensation Insurance Fund, against which an award of $9.50 per week was apportioned and rendered in favor of the respondent, Blass Jurovich, on account of disability arising as a result of silicosis incurred in the course of his employment in certain mines. This cause involves the identical issues which were determined by this court in the opinion which was this day filed in the proceeding entitled Argonaut Mining Company, Ltd., v. Industrial Accident Commission of the State of California and Blass Jurovich, 70 P.(2d) 216.

Upon the authority of the last–mentioned proceeding, the order and the award against this petitioner are affirmed.

Mr. Justice THOMPSON delivered the opinion of the court.

We concur: PULLEN, P. J.; PLUMMER, J.

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