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SECTION 3
Application
Workers' Compensation (WKC) CHAPTER 67, ARTICLE 1
§ 3. Application. 1. Hazardous employments. Compensation shall be
payable for injuries or death incurred by employees in the following
employments:
Group 1. Canning of:
Fish
Foodstuffs
Fruit
Vegetables
Group 2. Care of:
Buildings
Grounds
Trees
Group 3. Construction of:
Bridges
Buildings
Car shops
Conduits
Curbs
Dams
Dynamos
Electric light and power lines or appliances
Electric railways
Highways
Incline railways
Machine shops
Manufacturing plants
Power plants
Railways
Sewers
Sidewalks
Steam plants
Steam railways
Steel bridges and buildings
Street railways
Structures of all kinds
Subaqueous works
Subways
Telegraph lines
Telephone lines
Group 4. Installation of:
Boilers
Dynamos
Electric light and power

lines or appliances
Elevators
Engines, stationary
Fire escapes
Heating apparatus
Lighting apparatus
Machinery, heavy
Pipes
Telephones

Group 5. Laying of:
Cables
Floor coverings
Pipes
Tiles
Wires
Group 6. Manufacture of:
Acids
Adding machines
Aeroplanes
Agricultural implements
Aircraft
Alcohol
Ammonia
Ammunition
Anchors
Artificial ice or stone
Asbestos
Asphalt
Asphalted paper
Automobiles
Baby carriages, toy
Bags, cloth and paper
Barrels
Baskets
Beds
Bedsprings
Belting
Bicycles
Biscuits
Blacking or polish for shoes
Blankets
Boats, small
Boilers
Bolts
Bone articles
Boots
Boxes
Brick
Brooms
Brushes
Butter
Buttons
Cables
Calcium carbide
Cameras and supplies
Candles
Candy
Canoes
Canvas
Caps
Cardboard boxes
Carpets
Carpet sweepers
Carriage mountings
Carriages
Cash registers
Castings
Cattle foods
Celluloid
Cement
Cereals
Charcoal
Cheese
Cheese boxes
Chemical preparations, noncorosive
Chemicals
Cigarettes
Cigars
Cloth
Clothing
Coffins
Collars
Color
Concrete blocks
Condiments
Confectionery
Cordage
Corrosive acids or salts
Corrugated paper boxes
Corsets
Crackers
Cutlery
Dairy products
Door screens
Doors
Drugs
Dyes
Electric fixtures
Elevators
Engines, heavy and traction
Excelsior
Explosives
Extracts
Fabrics
Fabrics, articles from
Felt
Fertilizers
Fibre
Films for pictures
Firearms
Fire-proofing
Fixtures, water, gas or

electric
Foodstuffs
Forgings
Furnaces
Furniture
Furs
Gas fixtures
Gases
Gasoline
Gelatine
Glass
Glass products and wares
Gloves
Glue
Gold ware
Gun powder
Hardware
Harness
Hats
Headings
Hemp or manila products
Hose, rubber
Hosiery
Ice, artificial
Ice cream
Ink
Implements, agricultural
Instruments
Interior woodwork
Iron, structural
Ivory articles
Japans
Jewelry
Kegs
Leather goods and products
Light machines
Liquors
Locomotives
Machinery
Machines, adding, light and

threshing
Malt liquors
Manila or hemp products
Maltesses
Mattresses
Meat products
Meats
Medicines
Men's clothing
Metal articles, beds,

instruments, toys, utensils

and wares
Metal products, sheet
Metal, structural
Milk products
Mineral water
Motor vehicles
Mouldings
Moving picture films and machines
Nails
Oil
Organs
Paint
Paper
Paper boxes
Paper, tarred, pitched or asphalted
Paste
Paving blocks and material
Perfumes
Petroleum and products thereof
Pharmaceutical preparations
Photographic cameras and supplies
Pianos
Pipes
Pitched paper
Plaster, compounds of
Plated ware
Polish for shoes
Porcelain
Pottery
Printers' rollers
Printing ink
Pyroxylin and its compounds and plastics
Rails
Rattan ware
Registers, cash
Robes
Ropes
Rubber goods
Saddlery
Safes
Salts, or acids, corrosive
Sanitary fixtures
Screens, window and door
Screws
Shades, window
Shafting
Sheet metal and products thereof
Shell articles
Shirts
Shoddy
Shoe blacking or polish
Shoes
Silver ware
Sleighs
Soaps
Socks
Soda water
Spices
Spirituous, liquors
Spokes
Stationery
Staves
Steel, structural
Stockings
Stone, artificial
Stoves
Structural steel, iron or metal
Sweepers, carpet
Tar
Tarred paper
Terra-cotta
Textiles
Textiles, articles from
Thread
Threshing machines
Tile
Tires, rubber
Tobacco and products thereof
Toilet preparations
Tools
Toys, metal and wooden
Traction engines
Trunks
Tubing, metal and rubber
Tubs
Turpentine
Typewriters
Umbrellas
Utensils
Valises
Varnish
Vats
Vehicles
Veneer
Wagons
Wallpaper
Water fixtures
Waters, mineral or soda
Wax
White ware
Wicker ware
Window screens and shades
Wine
Wire and wire goods
Women's clothing
Wooden articles
Woodwork, interior
Yarn
Group 7. Operation of:
Aeroplanes
Air craft
Baling machines
Barges
Boats
Boilers, stationary
Cables, telegraph
Car shops
Cars
Dynamos
Electric light and power lines or appliances
Electric railways
Electric vehicles, rollers and engines
Elevators, freight,

passenger and grain
Engines, stationary and traction
Gas vehicles, rollers and engines
Gas wells
Gasoline vehicles, rollers and engines
Grain elevators
Hand trucks
Horse drawn vehicles, rollers

and engines
Incline railways
Lighters
Machine shops
Oil wells
Plants, power and other
Pressing machines
Railways
Rollers
Ships
Stationary engines and

boilers
Steam plants
Steam railways
Street railways
Telegraph lines
Telephone lines
Threshing machines
Traction engines
Transports
Trucks
Tug boats
Vehicles
Vessels
Wagons
Waterworks
Group 8. Preparation of:
Fish
Foodstuffs
Fruit
Gelatine
Meat stuffs
Meats
Metals
Minerals
Paste
Vegetables
Wax
Group 9. Removal of:
Ashes
Awnings
Garbage
Snow
Group 10. Sinking of:
Drilled wells
Gas wells
Oil wells
Salt wells
Group 11. Storage or handling of:
Ammunition
Cargoes
Corrosive acids or salts
Chemicals
Explosives
Gasoline
Gun powder
Ice
Petroleum
Group 12. Work as:
Barbers
Blacksmiths
Carpenters
Chauffeurs
Domestic workers, other than

those employed on farms, employed

by the same employer for a

minimum of forty hours per week
Drivers
Furriers
Garbage sorters
Horseshoers
Janitors
Jockeys, apprentice jockeys and exercise persons
licensed under article two or four of the racing,
pari-mutuel wagering and breeding law
Life guards
Longshoremen
Marble workers
Masons
Movers
Sheet metal workers
Teamsters
Theatrical electricians, flymen,

lamp operators, moving picture

machiners, property men, stage

carpenters and stage hands
Group 13. Work at:
Awning erection
Blasting
Bleaching
Boiler covering
Bookbinding
Booming timber or logs
Bottling
Bricklaying
Building, care, maintenance

and salvage
Cable laying or repair,

underground
Canning
Carpentry
Clam cultivating, harvesting,
Opening or planting
Cleaning clothes, streets,

windows, or buildings
Concreting
Cork cutting
Decorating
Disinfecting
Dredging
Dyeing
Electrotyping
Embossing
Engraving
Excavation
Glazing
Grave digging
Heating
Ice distribution, harvesting or storage
Landscape gardening
Lighting
Lithographing
Logging
Lumbering
Marble cutting
Marine wrecking
Milling
Mining
Multigraphing
Oyster cultivation, planting,

harvesting or opening
Ore reduction
Painting
Papering
Paving
Photo-engraving
Picture hanging
Pile driving
Pipe covering
Plastering
Plumbing
Printing
Rafting
Renovating
River-driving
Road building
Roofing
Salvaging of buildings

or contents
Sea food cultivation,

harvesting or planting
Shaft sinking
Ship building
Smelting
Stereotyping
Stone crushing,

cutting, dressing,

grinding or setting
Storage of all kinds and storage for hire
Street cleaning or construction
Structural carpentry
Subaquesous construction
Subway construction
Tree moving, planting,

trimming and surgery
Tunneling
Undertaking
Upholstering
Warehousing
Well digging or drilling
Window cleaning
Wrecking, marine

Group 14. Work in
Abattoirs
Bakeries
Bark mills
Boarding stables
Breweries
Caissons
Clay pits
Coal yards
Compressed air compartments
Dining cars
Distilleries
Express cars
Fish markets
Flax mills
Foundries
Garages
Garbage plants
Gravel pits
Groceries, wholesale
Hotels
Junk dealers' places
Knitting factories
Laboratories
Lath mills
Laundries
Life-saving stations
Lime kilns
Livery stables
Lumber yards
Machine shops
Markets, fish, meat, poultry
Meat markets
Packing houses
Paper mills
Parlor cars
Pickle factories
Planing mills
Poultry markets
Printing plants
Pulp mills
Quarries
Restaurants and Grills
Rolling mills
Sales stables
Sand pits
Sash and door factories
Saw mills
Sewage disposal plants
Shale pits
Shingle mills
Sleeping cars
Spinning manufactories
Stables, livery, boarding or sales
Storage warehouses
Sugar refineries
Tanneries
Weaving manufactories
Wholesale groceries

Group 14-a. On and after January first, nineteen hundred sixty-two,
any other employment in a trade, business, or occupation carried on by
the employer for pecuniary gain in which one or more employees are
employed.

Group 14-b. Employment as a farm laborer as provided herein. A farmer
shall provide coverage under this chapter for all farm laborers.

Group 15. Employment as a keeper, guard, resident physician, nurse,
interne, resident interne, assistant resident interne or orderly in a
prison reformatory, hospital for the mentally ill or hospital maintained
or operated by a municipal corporation or other subdivision of the
state, notwithstanding the definitions of the terms "employment,"
"employer" or "employee" in subdivisions three, four and five of section
two of this chapter.

Group 15-a. Employment as a county fire coordinator or as a deputy
county fire coordinator pursuant to section two hundred twenty-five-a or
section four hundred one of the county law, notwithstanding the
definitions of the terms "employer", "employee" or "employment" in
subdivisions three, four and five of section two of this chapter.

The terms "county fire coordinator" and "deputy county fire
coordinator," as used in this group, shall include any county official
who is not appointed pursuant to the provisions of section two hundred
twenty-five-a of the county law, but is appointed pursuant to the
provisions of a special law, a county charter or a county local law and
who is authorized or required to perform in the county the duties which
are similar to those of a county fire coordinator or deputy county fire
coordinator under such section of the county law and sections eight
hundred seven-a and eight hundred seven-b of the education law.

Group 16. Any employment by the state, including the employment of all
elected and appointed public officers, notwithstanding the definitions
of the terms "employment," "employer" or "employee," in subdivisions
three, four and five of section two of this chapter; but work as a civil
defense volunteer under the provisions of the state defense emergency
act shall not be deemed employment by the state. An employee engaged in
any employment herein whose wages are paid by a municipal corporation or
other subdivision of the state or by an employer other than the state
shall be deemed an employee of such municipal corporation or other
political subdivision of the state or such employer other than the state
for the purposes of this chapter. The head of any department of the
state government may, with the prior written approval of the director of
the budget, accept or approve the acceptance by any bureau, agency or
other unit within said department of the services of a volunteer worker
without salary, and such a volunteer worker shall be deemed to be an
employee in the employment of the state in the unclassified service for
the purpose of this chapter.

Group 17. Any employment carried on by a municipal corporation or
other subdivision of the state and enumerated in the foregoing groups
one to fourteen, inclusive, and on and after July first, nineteen
hundred fifty-one, other such employment to the extent of authorized
services related to civil defense and performed by employees in the
course of employment or in relation thereto; and the sheriff and
undersheriff of any county and the duly appointed regular deputies of
the sheriff, notwithstanding the definition of the term "employment" in
subdivision five of section two of this chapter; but employment in the
department of sanitation of the city of New York in the sanitation
service classification of the classified civil service of such city
shall not be within the coverage of this chapter. The activities of
civil defense volunteers who are auxiliary firefighters and members of
rescue squads in authorized services while undergoing training or
practice sponsored or authorized by a local office of civil defense, as
defined in the state defense emergency act, and on and after July first,
nineteen hundred fifty-three, the activities of all civil defense
volunteers who are personnel of such local office of civil defense in
authorized services during authorized participation in training and
practice exercises held at the direction of or designated as state
training and practice exercises by the state civil defense commission
pursuant to the provisions of section twenty-one, subdivision three-f of
the state defense emergency act, are hazardous employments carried on by
the municipal corporation or other subdivision of the state that created
the local office under the state defense emergency act and such members
of an auxiliary police organization located in a municipal corporation
which elected to include such persons within the definition of
"employee" as authorized by subdivision four of section two of this
chapter shall be deemed employees of the municipal corporation
authorizing their services, and such members of rescue squads, auxiliary
firefighters, and civil defense volunteers shall be deemed employees of
the municipal corporation or other subdivision of the state for purposes
of this chapter, provided, however, that each such municipal corporation
or other subdivision of the state or insurance carrier shall in the
first instance pay all awards of workers' compensation, including
medical benefits, provided by this chapter; and such municipal
corporation or other subdivision of the state or insurance carrier shall
be reimbursed by the comptroller of the state of New York, periodically
every six months, on vouchers certified by the state civil defense
commission, for one-half of all workers' compensation benefits,
including both cash and medical benefits, paid pursuant to awards of the
board, to the extent not previously reimbursed, paid for injury or death
of a civil defense volunteer caused by an accident that arose out of and
in the course of any such training and practice exercise, held on and
after July first, nineteen hundred fifty-three, at the direction of or
designated as a state training and practice exercise by the state civil
defense commission pursuant to the provisions of section twenty-one,
subdivision three-f of the state defense emergency act. A town shall not
be deemed to be the employer of the officers and employees of a fire
district and shall not be liable for payment of compensation to such
officers or employees under any provision of this chapter. A social
services official, as defined in subdivision fourteen of section two of
the social services law, may accept or approve the services of volunteer
workers without salary, in accordance with the regulations of the state
department of social services, and such a voluntary worker shall be
deemed to be an employee of the social services district in the
unclassified service for the purpose of this chapter.

Group 18. All other employments, except persons engaged in a teaching
or nonmanual capacity in or for a religious, charitable or educational
institution, notwithstanding the definition of employment in subdivision
five of section two, not hereinbefore enumerated, carried on by any
person, firm or corporation in which there are engaged or employed one
or more employees regularly, in the same business or in or about the
same establishment either upon the premises or at the plant or away from
the plant of the employer, under any contract of hire, express or
implied, oral or written, except farm laborers and domestics other than
those within the coverage of this chapter pursuant to groups fourteen-b
and twelve respectively of this subdivision, unless the employer has
elected to bring such employees under the law by securing compensation
in accordance with the terms of section fifty of this chapter and
persons engaged in voluntary service not under contract of hire. A duly
ordained, commissioned or licensed minister, priest or rabbi, a sexton,
a christian science reader, or a member of a religious order, shall not
be deemed to be employed or engaged in employment under the terms of
this section. Recipients of charitable aid from a religious or
charitable institution who perform work in or for the institution which
is incidental to or in return for the aid conferred, and not under any
express contract of hire, shall not be deemed to be employed or engaged
in employment under the terms of this section. All persons who are
members of a supervised amateur athletic activity operated on a
non-profit basis shall not be deemed to be employed or engaged in
employment under the terms of this section, provided that said members
are not also otherwise engaged or employed by any person, firm or
corporation participating in said athletic activity. The terms
"religious, charitable or educational institution" mean a corporation,
unincorporated association, community chest, fund or foundation
organized and operated exclusively for religious, charitable or
educational purposes, no part of the net earnings of which inure to the
benefit of any private shareholder or individual.

Group 19. An employer may bring an employment that is not listed in
this section within the coverage of this chapter by securing
compensation to his employee or employees engaged in such employment in
accordance with section fifty of this chapter.

Any municipal corporation or other political subdivision of the state
may bring its employees or officers, elective or appointed or otherwise,
not enumerated in groups one to seventeen of subdivision one of this
section inclusive, of this chapter within the coverage of this chapter
by appropriate action of the legislative or governmental body of the
municipal corporation or political subdivision, notwithstanding the
definitions of the terms "employment," "employer" or "employee" in
subdivisions three, four and five of section two of this chapter; and by
separate and distinct action of said legislative or governmental body
may bring within the coverage of this chapter any group, as defined by
order of the New York state civil defense commission, of civil defense
volunteers not enumerated in group seventeen of subdivision one of this
section, who are personnel of a volunteer agency of the local office of
such municipal corporation or other political subdivision, as defined in
the state defense emergency act, as to their authorized civil defense
services to the extent not covered under article ten of this chapter.
Where one or more groups of such civil defense volunteers of a county
office of civil defense are not brought within the coverage of this
chapter by the county, a town or a village in such county or a city
participating in the consolidated county office of civil defense of such
county may, by separate and distinct action of its legislative or
governmental body, bring the members of such group or groups of duly
enrolled civil defense volunteers who are residents of and are enrolled
from such town, village or city within the coverage of this chapter
during any period when the county has not so provided; however, whenever
a county brings one or more groups of its civil defense volunteers
within the coverage of this chapter, such other coverage of members of
such group or groups by the town, village or city shall be deemed
terminated to the extent and as of the date coverage is afforded by the
county. A village may not provide such coverage during any period
coverage is provided by a town in which the village is located, except
where there is a deputy director of civil defense for a village not
wholly within one town.

A public or not-for-profit corporation, association, institution or
agency organized as an unincorporated association or duly incorporated
under the laws of this state shall be deemed to be an employer of
persons who are performing services for it pursuant to paragraphs (h)
and (i) of subdivision two of section 65.10 of the penal law in
fulfillment of a sentence of probation or of conditional discharge and
of persons performing such services pursuant to the provisions of
section 170.55 or 170.56 of the criminal procedure law, and such persons
shall for the purposes of this chapter be deemed to be employees for the
public or not-for-profit corporation, association, institution or
agency. Said employer may elect to bring such employees within the
coverage of this chapter by securing compensation in accordance with the
terms of section fifty of this chapter.

Group 20. In a city having a population of one million or more,
teachers, regular or substitute, of shop work, manual training,
industrial or trade subjects, mechanic arts, textiles, machine shop
assistants, laboratory assistants, laboratory specialists, laboratory
technicians, and teachers of any subject, trade, or employment
requiring, for instruction purposes, use of tools or machinery for which
protective, guarding or safety devices are required by the labor law,
may elect to receive the benefits prescribed by this chapter provided
they are not qualified to receive benefits even if eligible to apply for
retirement under the teachers' retirement system in said city. An
election to come within this chapter shall constitute a waiver of any
right to receive absence refunds from the board of education of said
city. But a teacher shall, if incapacitated to teach by reason of his
injuries, be entitled to the refund of his accumulated deductions in the
teachers' retirement system or in lieu thereof he may elect to receive
an annuity which shall be the actuarial equivalent of said accumulated
deductions. Any election or choice provided for herein may be made for
the teacher by one acting in the teacher's behalf if said teacher is
incapacitated to act for himself.

Group 20-a. For the purposes of this chapter, the work of any person
employed as a school aide by school authorities of any school district,
notwithstanding the definitions of the terms "employer," "employee" or
"employment" in subdivisions three, four and five of section two of this
chapter.

Group 20-b. For the purposes of this chapter, the work of any person
employed in a nonpedagogical capacity by school authorities within a
city having a population of one million or more, notwithstanding the
definitions of the terms "employer", "employee" or "employment" in
subdivisions three, four and five of section two of this chapter.

Group 21. For the purposes of this chapter, on and after January
first, nineteen hundred sixty-two, the work of a newspaper carrier as
defined in section thirty-two hundred twenty-eight of the education law
for an employer of one or more employees as defined in subdivisions
three and four of section two of this chapter.

Group 22. Employment as a teacher in a public school or place of
instruction maintained or operated by a board of education or trustees
of a school district, other than a school district located in a city
having a population of more than one million, notwithstanding the
definitions of the terms "employment," "employer" or "employee" in
subdivisions three, four and five of section two of this chapter.

Group 23. For the purposes of this chapter, the work of any person
employed to direct vehicular traffic at any street crossing or highway
intersection crossed by pupils in going to and returning from any school
in this state, whose chief duty primarily is to guard the life and
safety of such pupils.

Group 24. For the purposes of this chapter, employment of any person
appointed by the board of water supply of the city of New York pursuant
to the provisions of section K51-36.0 of the administrative code of the
city of New York, notwithstanding the definitions of the terms
"employment", "employer", or "employee", in subdivisions three, four and
five of section two of this chapter.

2. Occupational diseases. Compensation shall be payable for
disabilities sustained or death incurred by an employee resulting from
the following occupational diseases:

COLUMN ONE COLUMN TWO
Description of Diseases Description of Process
1. Anthrax. 1. Handling of wool, hair,

bristles, hides or skins.
2. Lead poisoning or its 2. Any process involving the

sequelae. use of or direct contact

with lead or its prepar-

ations or compounds.
3. Zinc poisoning or its 3. Any process involving the

sequelae. use of or direct contact

with zinc or its prepar-

ations or compounds or

alloys.
4. Mercury poisoning or 4. Any process involving the

its sequelae. use of or direct contact

with mercury or its

preparations or compounds.
5. Phosphorus poisoning or 5. Any process involving the

its sequelae. use of or direct contact

with phosphorous or its

preparations or compounds.
6. Arsenic poisoning or 6. Any process involving the use

its sequelae. of or direct contact with

arsenic or its preparations

or compounds.
7. Poisoning by wood 7. Any process involving the use

alcohol. of wood alcohol or any

preparation containing wood

alcohol.
8. Poisoning by benzol or 8. Any process involving the use

nitro-, hydro-, of or direct contact with

hydroxy- and amido- benzol or nitro-, hydro-,

derivatives of benzene hydroxy-, or amido-

(dinitro-benzol, anilin, derivatives of benzene or

and others), or its its preparations or compounds.

sequelae.
9. Poisoning by carbon 9. Any process involving

bisulphide or its the use of or direct contact

sequelae, or any with carbon bisulphide or

sulphide. its preparations or com-

pounds, or any sulphide.
10. Poisoning by nitrous 10. Any process in which

fumes or its sequelae. nitrous fumes are evolved.
11. Poisoning by nickel 11. Any process in which nickel

carbonyl or its carbonyl is evolved.

sequelae.
12. Dope poisoning 12. Any process involving the

(poisoning by use of or direct contact

tetrachlor-methane or with any substance used

any substance used as as or in conjunction with

or in conjunction with a solvent for acetate of

a solvent for acetate cellulose or nitro

of cellulose or nitro cellulose.

cellulose, or its

sequelae.
13. Poisoning by 13. Any process involving the

formaldehyde and its use of or direct contact

preparations. with formaldehyde and its

preparations.
14. Chrome ulceration 14. Any process involving the

or its sequelae or use of or direct contact

chrome poisoning. with chromic acid or

bychromate of ammonium,

potassium or sodium, or

their preparations.
15. Epitheliomatous cancer 15. Handling or use of tar,

or ulceration of the pitch, bitumen, mineral

skin or of the corneal oil, or paraffin or any

surface of the eye, compound, product or

due to tar, pitch, residue of any of these

bitumen, mineral oil, substances.

or paraffin, or any

compound, product or

residue of any of these

substances.
16. Glanders. 16. Care or handling of any

equine animal or the

carcass of any such animal.
17. Compressed air 17. Any process carried on

illness or its in compressed air.

sequelae.
18. Miners' diseases, 18. Any process involving

including only mining.

cellulitis, bursitis,

ankylostomiasis,

tenosynovitis and

nystagmus.
19. Cataract in 19. Processes in the manufacture

glassworkers. of glass involving exposure

to the glare of molten

glass.
20. Radium poisoning or 20. Any process involving the

disability due to use of or direct contact

radio-active pro- with radium or radio-active

perties of sub- substance or the use of or

stances or to direct exposure to Roentgen

Roentgen rays rays (X-rays) or ionizing

(X-rays) or exposure radiation.

to ionizing radiation.
21. Methyl chloride 21. Any process involving the

poisoning. use of or direct contact

with methyl chloride or its

preparations or compounds.
22. Carbon monoxide 22. Any process involving direct

poisoning. exposure to carbon monoxide

in buildings, sheds or

enclosed places.
23. Poisoning by sulphuric, 23. Any process involving the use

hydro-chloric or of or direct contact with

hydro-fluoric acid. sulphuric, hydrochloric or

hydrofluoric acids or

their fumes.
24. Respiratory, 24. Any process involving the

gastro-intestinal use of or direct contact

or physiological with petroleum or petroleum

nerve and eye dis- products and their fumes.

orders due to con-

tact with petroleum

products and their

fumes.
25. Disability arising 25. Any process involving

from blisters or continuous friction,

abrasions. rubbing or vibration

causing blisters or

abrasions.
26. Disability arising 26. Any process involving

from bursitis or continuous rubbing, pre-

synovitis. sure or vibration of the

parts affected.
27. Dermatitis 27. Any process involving the

(venenata). use of or direct contact

with acids, alkalies, acids

or oil, or with brick,

cement, lime, concrete or

mortar capable of causing

dermatitis (venenata).
28. Byssinosis. 28. Any process involving

exposure to raw cotton.
29. Silicosis or other 29. Any process involving ex-

dust diseases. posure to silica or other

harmful dust.
30. Any and all 30. Any and all employments

occupational diseases. enumerated in subdivision

one of section three of

this chapter.

Nothing in paragraph thirty of this subdivision shall be construed to
apply to any disability or death due to any disease described in
paragraph twenty-nine of this subdivision.