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Retired Workers Compensation Reporter Decisions No. 1-423 in Volumes 1 – 6

Decisions 1 – 423 in Volumes 1 to 6 of the Workers’ Compensation Reporter series (“WCR Decisions”) were adopted as published policy of WorkSafeBC’s then Board of Governors in 1991. The WCR Decisions consisted primarily of decisions of the former Commissioners on various matters decided between 1973 and 1991.

In 2000, WorkSafeBC’s then Panel of Administrators undertook a strategy for consolidating the WCR Decisions into the various policy manuals, as appropriate, and “retiring” the WCR Decisions from policy status. The goal was to reduce the number of sources of published policy.

Retire for this purpose meant that, as of the retirement date, the WCR Decision was no longer current policy under the governing body's Bylaw on published policy.1

Retiring did not affect a WCR Decision's status as policy prior to the date it was retired. A retired WCR Decision therefore applies in decision-making on historical issues to the extent it was applicable prior to the retirement date. Retiring also did not affect the disposition of any individual matters dealt with in a WCR Decision.2 All of the WCR Decisions from volumes 1 – 6 have been retired from current policy status. The Index below sets out each WCR Decision’s retirement date. The final WCR Decision to be retired from policy status was retired December 11, 2013.

Please note that policy decisions of the former Governors and the former Panel of Administrators still in effect immediately before February 11, 2003 are numbered similarly to WCR Decisions No. 1 – 423. Decisions of the former Governors and the former Panel of Administrators may remain policies of the Board of Directors, and have not been retired.

The WCR Decisions from volumes 1 – 6 are available for your review.

 

1In 2000, WorkSafeBC’s governing body was the Panel of Administrators, and its Bylaw on published policy was set out in Decision No. 1 (11 WCR 465), which included all policies of the governors, as set out in Decision No. 86 (10 WCR 781).

2Many WCR Decisions, or parts of WCR Decisions, have been replaced, either expressly or impliedly, by subsequent policies in the policy manuals or other practice documents. Under the now governing body of WorkSafeBC, the Board of Directors, the Bylaw on published policy states that, where there is a conflict between policy in WCR Decisions No. 1 – 423 and policy in a policy manual listed in the Bylaw, the policy in the manual is paramount. In the event of any other conflict between policies, the most recently approved policy is paramount.

 

Decision no. Title Retirement date
01 Publication of Decisions May 1, 2000
02 An Injured Person February 24, 2004
03 A Claim For Industrial Disease February 24, 2004
04 The Replacement of Eyeglasses October 21, 2003
05 Partial Commutation of a Pension June 17, 2003
06 The Enforcement of Accident Prevention Regulations October 21, 2003
07 The Determination of Disability October 21, 2003
08 The Measurement of Partial Disability May 1, 2000
09 Publication of the Permanent Disability Evaluation Schedule June 17, 2003
10 A Claim for Dependents Benefits February 24, 2004
11 Communications with Unions in Matters of Safety and Health October 21, 2003
12 A Claim to a Solicitor’s Lien June 17, 2003
13 The Provision of Rehabilitation Services June 17, 2003
14 Rehabilitation and Re-training May 1, 2000
15 Industrial Hygiene and Cominco Ltd. October 21, 2003
16 The Criminal Injuries Compensation Act October 21, 2003
17 Disablement Following Unauthorized Surgery February 24, 2004
18 Dependent’s Allowances June 17, 2003
19 Industrial Hygiene and Cominco Ltd. June 17, 2003
20 The Payment of Claims Pending Appeals by Employers October 21, 2003
21 The Re-opening of a Commuted Pension October 21, 2003
22 The Measurement of Partial Disability May 1, 2000
23 A Penalty Assessment October 21, 2003
24 The Revision of Appeal Procedures May 1, 2000
25 Boards of Review June 17, 2003
26 Coverage of Workmen’s Compensation January 1, 2003
27 An Application for Re-Opening June 17, 2003
28 Oral Enquiries on Appeals to the Commissioners May 1, 2000
29 The Re-Opening of Decisions October 21, 2003
30 A Claim for Death by Suicide June 17, 2003
31 Unemployment Insurance Benefits June 17, 2003
32 The Employment Relationship (Taxis) January 1, 2003
33 The Measurement of Partial Disability and Proportionate Entitlements May 1, 2000
34 The Accident Prevention Regulations and the Prosecution of Workers October 21, 2003
35 Procedure on Appeals June 17, 2003
36 Industrial Hygiene June 17, 2003
37 The Replacement of Eyeglasses June 17, 2003
38 Compensation for Loss of Hearing June 17, 2003
39 The Coverage of Workmen’s Compensation October 21, 2003
40 The Calculation of Compensation and Recurrence of Disability June 17, 2003
41 The Composition of a Medical Review Panel February 24, 2004
42 Changes in the Workmen’s Compensation Act June 17, 2003
43 The Workmen’s Compensation Amendment Act May 1, 2000
44 The Recurrence of Disability October 21, 2003
45 Claims for Silicosis June 17, 2003
46 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
47 The Commencement of the Workmen’s Compensation Amendment Act, 1974 June 17, 2003
48 The Coverage of Workers' Compensation February 24, 2004
49 The Coverage of Workers’ Compensation January 1, 2003
50 The Coverage of Workers' Compensation February 24, 2004
51 A Penalty Assessment and Northwood Properties Ltd. June 17, 2003
52 Evidence and the Standard of Proof October 21, 2003
53 Fire Fighting and Hair June 17, 2003
54 The Reimbursement of Expenses October 21, 2003
55 Rehabilitation and Re-training May 1, 2000
56 Rehabilitation Provisions for a Surviving Dependent Spouse June 17, 2003
57 The Termination of Benefits at a Future Date June 17, 2003
58 Industries and Classifications January 1, 2003
59 Lump Sums in Fatal Cases October 21, 2003
60 Appeals to Boards of Review October 21, 2003
61 Employers’ Reports of Injuries June 17, 2003
62 Rehabilitation and Re-training October 21, 2003
63 The Supply of In-File Information June 17, 2003
64 Pensions for Widows aged 40 to 49 years June 17, 2003
65 Cost Shifting Between Classes February 24, 2004
66 Boards of Review June 17, 2003
67 The Commutation of Pensions May 1, 2000
68 The Maximum Wage Rate May 1, 2000
69 Legal Fees February 24, 2004
70 Boards of Review October 21, 2003
71 The Industrial Hygiene Regulations June 17, 2003
72 The Reinstatement of Pensions June 17, 2003
73 Transcripts of Interviews May 1, 2000
74 Unborn Children June 17, 2003
75 Canada Pension Plan Benefits June 17, 2003
76 Dependents Resident Abroad June 17, 2003
77 Criminal Injuries Compensation February 24, 2004
78 Multiple Disabilities and the Determination of the Maximum June 17, 2003
79 Time Limit on Appeals May 1, 2000
80 Safety Head Gear October 21, 2003
81 The Recurrence of Disability June 17, 2003
82 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
83 Cost of Living Increases and Commutations October 21, 2003
84 Industrial Noise June 17, 2003
85 Funeral Expenses June 17, 2003
86 Disablement from Vibrations October 21, 2003
87 A Common-Law Wife October 21, 2003
88 The Application of Consumer Price Index Increases to Re-Instated Pensions under section 25A June 17, 2003
89 Personal Care Allowances May 1, 2000
90 A Common-Law Wife June 17, 2003
91 Boards of Review and the Pension Plan May 1, 2000
92 Allowances to Claimants May 1, 2000
93 Industrial Diseases June 17, 2003
94 Industrial Diseases May 1, 2000
95 The Measurement of Partial Disability October 21, 2003
96 Appeal Procedures June 17, 2003
97 The Charging of Costs for Injuries Occurring in Connection with Treatment October 21, 2003
98 Remarriage Allowances May 1, 2000
99 Degeneration of the Spine December 9, 2009
100 Inspection Visits June 17, 2003
101

Contagious Diseases February 24, 2004
102 Disablement Through Exhaustion February 24, 2004
103 Safety Awards June 17, 2003
104 The Commutation of Pensions June 17, 2003
105 The Future Employment of a Worker Disabled by a Compensable Injury of Industrial Disease June 17, 2003
106 A One-Man Company May 1, 2000
107

Termination Pay February 24, 2004
108 The Violation of Safety Regulations by a Worker February 24, 2004
109 The Dual System of Measurement for Injuries Involving the Spinal Column June 17, 2003
110 Emphysema and Bronchitis October 21, 2003
111 A Penalty for Non-Registration January 1, 2003
112 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
113 Hearing Aids June 17, 2003
114 Cost Shifting Between Classes October 21, 2003
115 Employment Injuries and Natural Causes October 21, 2003
116 The Coverage of Independent Operators January 1, 2003
117 Adjustments According to the Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
118 Remarriages Allowances May 1, 2000
119 Medical Information May 1, 2000
120 The Coverage of Workers’ Compensation and Participation in Competitions June 17, 2003
121 Employment Injuries and Natural Causes February 24, 2004
122 Industrial Disease June 17, 2003
123 Changes in the Workers Compensation Act May 1, 2000
124 Intoxication and Claims October 21, 2003
125 The Commencement of Workers Compensation Amendment Act, 1975 May 1, 2000
126 Compensation Coverage and a Captive Road October 21, 2003
127 Boards of Review October 21, 2003
128
Bronchitis and Emphysema February 24, 2004
129 Injuries and "Specific Incidents" February 24, 2004
130 The Review of Old Disability Pensions June 17, 2003
131 The Criminal Injuries Compensation Act October 21, 2003
132 The Criminal Injuries Compensation Act October 21, 2003
133 The Criminal Injuries Compensation Act October 21, 2003
134 The Payment of Damages to a Worker and Subsequent Compensation Benefits October 21, 2003
135 Compensation Decisions and the Death of the Worker June 17, 2003
136 Compensation for Hearing Loss May 1, 2000
137 Compensation for Hearing Loss June 17, 2003
138 The Employment Relationship January 1, 2003
139 Medical Aid Contracts June 17, 2003
140 The Time Limit for Claiming Compensation October 21, 2003
141 A One-Man Company May 1, 2000
142 Employment Injuries and Natural Causes October 21, 2003
143 The Maximum Wage Rate May 1, 2000
144 The Management Role in Health and Safety October 21, 2003
145 Employment Injuries and Natural Causes February 24, 2004
146 An Unmarried Mother and Child October 21, 2003
147 Health and Safety Awards June 17, 2003
148 The Course of Employment June 17, 2003
149 Commercial Stock Audits January 1, 2003
150 Compensation for Compulsory Lay-off to Prevent the Carriage of Infection October 21, 2003
151 The Apportionment of Dependents’ Allowances June 17, 2003
152 Injuries Arising out of Treatment and Other Appointments February 1, 2004
153 Compensation Coverage for Volunteers May 1, 2000
154 Legal Services for Rehabilitation Purposes May 1, 2000
155 The Commutation of Pensions May 1, 2000
156 The Review of Old Disability June 17, 2003
157 Sexual Impotence October 21, 2003
158 The Uses and Limitations of Sanctions in Industrial Health and Safety October 21, 2003
159 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
160 The Calculation of Projected Loss of Earnings May 1, 2000
161 Compensation Coverage for Volunteers January 1, 2003
162 Personal Acts for an Employer October 21, 2003
163 The Fishing Industry January 1, 2003
164 Compensation for Hearing Loss June 17, 2003
165 Compensation Coverage for Trainees January 1, 2003
166 Adjustments According to the Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
167 Industrial Hygiene June 17, 2003
168 The Disclosure of Information on Claim Files May 1, 2000
169 An Employer or Independent Operator January 1, 2003
170 The Fishing Industry January 1, 2003
171 Allowances to Claimants May 1, 2000
172 The Criminal Injury Compensation Act February 24, 2004
173 The Criminal Injury Compensation Act October 21, 2003
174 Time for Appeals May 1, 2000
175 The Reimbursement of Expenses May 1, 2000
176 The Binding Effects of Medical Review Certificates October 21, 2003
177 Medical Research June 17, 2003
178 The Criminal Injury Compensation Act February 24, 2004
179 The Criminal Injury Compensation Act October 21, 2003
180 Pollution June 17, 2003
181 The Criminal Injury Compensation Act October 21, 2003
182 The Course of Employment February 24, 2004
183 An Employer or an Independent Operator January 1, 2003
184 Application of the Dual System May 1, 2000
185 Disability Assessment October 21, 2003
186 Industrial Hygiene and Cominco Ltd. June 17, 2003
187 The Fishing Industry January 1, 2003
188 The Course of Employment June 17, 2003
189 Broken Glass Claims June 17, 2003
190 The Coverage of Workers Compensation June 17, 2003
191 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
192 Industrial Hygiene and Cominco Ltd. June 17, 2003
193 Adjustments According to the Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
194 Horseplay February 24, 2004
195 Compensable Consequences of Work Injuries February 24, 2004
196 Boards of Review May 1, 2000
197 The Re-Opening of Board of Review Decisions June 17, 2003
198 The Criminal Injury Compensation Act February 24, 2004
199 The Review of Old Disability Pensions June 17, 2003
200 Subsistence October 21, 2003
201 Payments of Claims Pending Appeals to the Commissioners May 1, 2000
202 Dual System of Measuring Disability May 1, 2000
203 Legal Services for Rehabilitation Purposes June 17, 2003
204 The Maximum Wage Rate May 1, 2000
205 Rheumatoid Arthritis October 21, 2003
206 Allergy Due to Red Cedar Dust October 21, 2003
207 Bronchitis and Emphysema February 24, 2004
208 The Awarding of Costs October 21, 2003
209 Lunch Breaks June 17, 2003
210 Re-Openings and New Evidence June 17, 2003
211 The Reimbursement of Expenses May 1, 2000
212 Commutation of Pensions May 1, 2000
213 Bunkhouses June 17, 2003
214 Travelling Employees February 24, 2004
215 Consulting Firms January 1, 2003
216 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
217 Adjustments According to the Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
218 Commutation of Pensions May 1, 2000
219 Medical Review Panels February 24, 2004
220 Proportionate Entitlement and the Dual System May 1, 2000
221 Bronchitis and Emphysema October 21, 2003
222 Compensable Consequences of Work Injuries October 21, 2003
223 The Fishing Industry January 1, 2003
224 The Fishing Industry January 1, 2003
225 The Fishing Industry April 1, 2006
226 The Fishing Industry January 1, 2003
227 Broken Eyeglasses October 21, 2003
228 Multiple Sclerosis June 17, 2003
229 Industries and Employment January 1, 2003
230 Unauthorized Activities October 21, 2003
231 Osteoarthritis of the First Carpo-Metacarpal Joint in Both Thumbs of Physiotherapists December 11, 2013
232 Cancer of Gastro-Intestinal Tract June 17, 2003
233 Security and Investigation Services May 1, 2000
234 Occupational Hygiene and Cominco Ltd. June 17, 2003
235 Manpower Supply Agencies January 1, 2003
236 Interim Adjudication June 17, 2003
237 Complaints to the Commissioners in Respect of Compensation Claims May 1, 2000
238 Bronchitis and Emphysema October 21, 2003
239 Ganglia October 21, 2003
240 Training Allowances June 17, 2003
241 Inmates on Work Release Programmes January 1, 2003
242 Supply of Appliances October 21, 2003
243 Industrial Diseases June 17, 2003
244 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
245 Adjustments According to the Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
246 Pulmonary Disease and "Hard Metal" Grinding June 17, 2003
247 Workers Undergoing Custodial Care June 17, 2003
248 Class 11 May 1, 2000
249 Recurrence of Disability May 1, 2000
250 Industrial Diseases June 17, 2003
251 Penalties under Section 61(2) October 21, 2003
252 Scope of Employment October 21, 2003
253 Replacement of Eyeglasses and Wage Loss June 17, 2003
254 Payment of Claims Pending Appeals to the Commissioners May 1, 2000
255 Registration of Labour Contractors as Employers January 1, 2003
256 Scope of Employment June 17, 2003
257 The Maximum Wage Rate May 1, 2000
258 The Reimbursement of Expenses May 1, 2000
259 Common-Law Spouses – "Re-Marriage Allowance" June 17, 2003
260 Enhancement Factors and Multiple Disabilities October 21, 2003
261 Temporary Partial Disability June 17, 2003
262 Disability and Unemployability June 17, 2003
263 Appeals to Medical Review Panels October 21, 2003
264 Compensation Payable when Company Unregistered May 1, 2000
265 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
266 Adjustments According to the Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
267 Section 7A: Compensation for Non-Traumatic Hearing Loss February 24, 2004
268 Industrial Hygiene and Cominco Ltd. June 17, 2003
269 Appeal Against Penalty Levy Amounting to $13,649.37 June 17, 2003
270 Subsection 6(5) Proportionate Entitlement February 24, 2004
271 Re: Subsection 37(1)(e) – Charging of Costs for Enhanced Disabilities March 1, 2005
272 Commutations May 1, 2000
273 School Teachers and Scope of Employment October 21, 2003
274 Industrial Hygiene and Cominco Ltd. June 17, 2003
275 Claim for Dependent Benefits June 17, 2003
276 Compensation for Unauthorized Surgery June 17, 2003
277 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
278 Adjustments According to the Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
279 Average Earnings and Projected Loss of Earnings October 21, 2003
280 Appeals & Referrals to the Commissioners May 1, 2000
281 Re-Opening of Decisions & Time Limits on Appeals June 17, 2003
282 Sections 50 and 52 October 21, 2003
283 Scope of Employment June 17, 2003
284 The Maximum Wage Rate May 1, 2000
285 The Reimbursement of Expenses May 1, 2000
286 Section 6(1): Injuries Arising out of Employment February 24, 2004
287 Proportionate Entitlement and Dual System May 1, 2000
288 The Review of Old Disability Pensions June 17, 2003
289 Permanent Partial Disability and Devaluation October 21, 2003
290 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
291 Adjustments According to the Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
292 Scope of Employment and Sports Professionals June 17, 2003
293 Section 54 and Refusal of Medical Examination or Treatment October 21, 2003
294 Payment of Costs for Medical Review Reports and Examinations June 17, 2003
295 Section 54(2)(a) Insanitary or Injurious Practices June 17, 2003
296 Section 8 – Employment out of Province June 17, 2003
297 Dual System and Non-Spinal Injuries May 1, 2000
298 Appeals to Medical Review Panels June 17, 2003
299 Hearing Aids June 17, 2003
300 Section 52 - "Special Circumstances" May 1, 2000
301 Single Trauma and Cancer June 17, 2003
302 Termination and Wage Loss Benefits June 17, 2003
303 Access to Claim Files May 1, 2000
304 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
305 Adjustments According to the Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
306 Selective Employment October 21, 2003
307 The Fishing Industry January 1, 2003
308 The Maximum Wage Rate May 1, 2000
309 The Reimbursement of Expenses May 1, 2000
310 Commutation of Hearing Loss Pensions May 1, 2000
311 Commutation of Pensions May 1, 2000
312 Transportation Costs for Physiotherapy and the Reimbursement of Expenses June 17, 2003
313 Overpayments June 17, 2003
314 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
315 Adjustments According to the Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
316 Herniae October 21, 2003
317 Industrial Hygiene and Cominco Ltd. June 17, 2003
318 Stress Testing February 24, 2004
319 Clothing Allowances May 1, 2000
320 Continuity of Income and Assessment for Permanent Disability February 24, 2004
321 Workers Compensation Act May 1, 2000
322 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
323 Adjustments According to the Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
324 Personal Care Allowances February 24, 2004
325 The Review of Old Disability Pensions June 17, 2003
326 Industrial Diseases October 21, 2003
327 The Maximum Wage Rate May 1, 2000
328 The Reimbursement of Expenses May 1, 2000
329 Industrial Health and Safety Regulations June 17, 2003
330 Scope of Employment February 24, 2004
331 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
332 Adjustments According to the Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
333 Certain Industrial Diseases February 24, 2004
334 Boards of Review June 17, 2003
335 Principals of Limited Companies January 1, 2003
336 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
337 Adjustments According to the Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
338 Disclosure of Claim Files May 1, 2000
339 The Maximum Wage Rate May 1, 2000
340 The Reimbursement of Expenses May 1, 2000
341 Industrial Hygiene and Cominco Ltd. June 17, 2003
342 Assessment of Employers May 1, 2000
343 Scope of Employment June 1, 2004
344 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
345 Adjustments According to the Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
346 Payment of Interest May 1, 2000
347 Oral Hearings on Appeals to the Commissioners May 1, 2000
348 Alcoholism February 24, 2004
349 Industrial Health and Safety Regulations October 21, 2003
350 Commissioners’ Decisions May 1, 2000
351 Assessment of Employers January 1, 2003
352 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
353 Adjustments According to the Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
354 Industrial Hygiene and Cominco Ltd. June 17, 2003
355 Industrial Health and Safety Inspections October 21, 2003
356 Bilateral Herniae October 21, 2003
357 Subsistence and the Reimbursement of Expenses June 17, 2003
358 The Maximum Wage Rate May 1, 2000
359 The Reimbursement of Expenses May 1, 2000
360 Out of Province Injury and Travelling to Work October 21, 2003
361 Coverage of the Farming Industry May 1, 2000
362 The Maximum Wage Rate May 1, 2000
363 The Review of Old Disability Pensions October 21, 2003
364 Retraining of Surviving Spouses May 1, 2000
365 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
366 Adjustments According to the Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
367 Hearing Aids June 17, 2003
368 Appeals June 17, 2003
369 Appeals to Boards of Review October 21, 2003
370 Disclosure of Board Files May 1, 2000
371 Publication of Board Manuals January 1, 2003
372 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
373 Adjustments According to the Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
374 Appeals to the Commissioners May 1, 2000
375 The Maximum Wage Rate May 1, 2000
376 The Reimbursement of Expenses May 1, 2000
377 Fraudulent Claims June 17, 2003
378 Proportionate Entitlement October 21, 2003
379 Time Limit on Application for Compensation February 24, 2004
380 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
381 Adjustments According to the Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
382

The Commutation of Pensions February 24, 2004
383 Application of Dual System June 17, 2003
384 Interest Payments on Retroactive Pensions October 21, 2003
385 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
386 Adjustments According to the Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
387 Chiropractic Treatment June 17, 2003
388 Assignments, Charges, or Attachments of Compensation June 17, 2003
389 Refusals of Certificates of Fitness Under the Mines Act May 1, 2000
390 The Maximum Wage Rate May 1, 2000
391 The Reimbursement of Expenses May 1, 2000
392 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
393 Appeals May 1, 2000
394 The Dual System of Measuring Disability October 21, 2003
395 Payments Pending Appeals June 17, 2003
396 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
397 The Maximum Wage Rate May 1, 2000
398 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
399 Appeals to Workers’ Compensation Review Board June 17, 2003
400 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
401 Experience Rating January 1, 2003
402 Adjustments According to the Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
403 Appeals to Workers’ Compensation Review Board May 1, 2000
404 The Maximum Wage Rate May 1, 2000
405 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
406 Recurrence of Disabilities October 21, 2003
407 Assessment of Permanent Disabilities February 24, 2004
408 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
409 The Maximum Wage Rate May 1, 2000
410 Disclosure of Board Files May 1, 2000
411 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
412 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
413 The Maximum Wage Rate May 1, 2000
414 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
415 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
416 The Maximum Wage Rate May 1, 2000
417 Adjustments According to the Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
418 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
419 Schedule B June 17, 2003
420 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
421 The Maximum Wage Rate May 1, 2000
422 The Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000
423 Adjustments According to the Consumer Price Index May 1, 2000