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PREFACE

The Employees' Compensation Appeals Board began functioning in the latter part of 1946 as a three-member, quasi-judicial body established within the Federal Security Agency in accordance with the provisions of Reorganization Plan No. 2 of 1946, effective July 16, 1946.

Reorganization Plan No. 19 of 1950, effective May 24, 1950, provided for the transfer of the Board and its functions to the Department of Labor, and the transfer to the Secretary of Labor of the functions of Federal Security Administrator with respect to the Board.

The Board has authority to hear and, subject to applicable law, make final decisions on appeals taken from determinations and awards with respect to claims of employees of the Federal Government and of the District of Columbia arising out of the Federal Employees' Compensation Act of 1916, as amended and extended. The Board's jurisdiction is strictly appellate in nature and extends to questions of law and fact and to questions concerning the exercise of discretion. The review is made upon the case record. New evidence is neither received nor considered by the Board.

The administration of the Federal Employees' Compensation Act is the responsibility of the Office of Workers' Compensation Programs which prior to July 2, 1974 was known as the Office of Federal Employees' Compensation.2

The decisions reported in this volume were issued within the period from July 1, 1974 to June 30, 1975.

The practice of adding headnotes to each decision commenced with Volume 16. The headnotes are not part of the Board's decision and are not to be regarded as adding to or modifying the result or text of the decision in any manner. They are intended merely as a tool, similar to an index, to assist in the use of the volume.

1 Title 5, United States Code, section 8101 et seq. * In the case of employees of the Canal Zone Government and of the Panama Canal Company, the administrator is the Governor of the Canal Zone.

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TABLE OF CASES

Docket

No.1 Page ADALIAN, Gloria C. and Veterans Administration Outpatient Service, St. Petersburg, Fla.

75-28 131 ADAMS, Claudine E., claiming as widow of Wayne N. Adams, and

Department of the Navy, Military Sea Transportation Service,
Washington, D.C.

74-104 87 ANDREWS, Barbara, claiming as minor child of Glenn T. An

drews and Department of Health, Education and Welfare, U.S. Public Health Service, Alaska Native Health Service, Anchorage, Alaska

75-211 361 ANGIOLELLI, Gerald Eugene and U.S. Postal Service, Post Office, New Castle, Pa.

75-172 291 AVELAR, Alfred J. and Department of the Navy, Hunters Point Naval Shipyard, San Francisco, Calif.

75-256 436 AVERY, Earl L. and Department of the Navy, Cherry Point, N.C. 75–78 193 BAILEY, Jaried M. and Department of the Navy, Charleston Naval Shipyard, Charleston, S.C.

74-111 9 BARBARINO, James J. and Federal Aviation Agency, Jamaica, N.Y.

75-161 305 BARRETT, Cecilie, claiming as widow of Charles E. Barrett and Department of Defense, Industrial College of the Armed Forces, Ft. McNair, Washington, D.C.

75-11 112 BASHIR, Mohammad and Department of State, USAID, Islamabad, Pakistan

75-45 158 BASKERVILLE, Britton and Department of the Navy, New York Naval Shipyard, N.Y.

75-168 318 BEDDINGFIELD, Hayward M. and Department of the Navy, Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, Va.

75-174 277 BENEDICT, Frederick Michael and Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, Oakland Air Route Traffic Control Center, Fremont, Calif.

74-91 39 BERCHTOLD, Joseph Ersol and Department of the Air Force, Hill Air Force Base, Utah

74-144 11 BERGANTINO, Leonard D. and Veterans Administration, Outpatient Clinic, San Diego, Calif.

74-146 1 BERMANN, Rudolf and Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Albany, Calif.

75-66 354 BEVERLY, Claud T. and Department of the Navy, Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, Va.

74-172 96 BINFORD, Maurice L. and Department of the Navy, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Wash.

75-30 154 Docket Numbers are assigned on a fiscal year basis. Thus 75-1 was the first case filed in the fiscal year 1975, which commenced July 1, 1974.

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Docket

No.1 Page BLAINE, Anna M., the widow of Gilbert H. Blaine and Depart

ment of the Navy, Naval Weapons Center, China Lake, Calif. 75-204 351 BLOCK, Bennie L. and Department of the Navy, Hunter's Point Naval Shipyard, San Francisco, Calif.

75-171 250 BLOOD, Lisle E. and Department of the Air Force, Travis Air Force Base, Calif.

75-36 147 BLUNT, Vernon and Department of the Navy, Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, Va.

75-219 364 BOGGS, Helen M., claiming as parent-in-law of Charles C. Cole,

Sr. and Department of Transportation Federal Aviation
Agency, Oklahoma City, Okla.

75_3 75 BOOTH, Daryl E. and Department of the Army, Fort Wainwright, Alaska

75–90 219 BRANN, Richard Commodore and Department of the Navy, Long Beach Naval Shipyard, Calif.

75-29 161 BROPHY, Nicholas and Department of the Navy, New York Naval Shipyard, Brooklyn, N.Y.

75-216 408 BRUNETTE, Joseph H. and Department of the Navy, Military Sea Transport Service, Oakland, Calif.

75-23 121 BUNCH, James C. and Department of the Navy, Charleston Naval Shipyard, Charleston, S.C.

75-180 273 CALDWELL, Harry E. and Department of the Air Force, Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico

74-169 51 CARTER, Esther A. claiming as widow of Lee J. Carter, and

Department of the Treasury, Bureau of Customs, Tacoma,
Wash.

74-179 70 CARTER, Esther A. claiming as widow of Lee J. Carter, and

Department of the Treasury, Bureau of Customs, Tacoma,
Wash.

75-223 369 CIRRINCONE, Anthony and Department of the Navy, New York Naval Shipyard, Brooklyn, N.Y.

75-183 324 CLARK, Allen Byron and Department of the Army, Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, Fort Bliss, Tex.

74-157 72 CLARKE, Eric Lloyd and Department of the Army, European District, Paris, France

75-164

255 CLARKE, William H. and Department of the Navy, Alameda Naval Air Station, Calif.

75-42 207 COLEMAN, James Boyd and Tennessee Valley Authority, Cumberland Steam Plant, Cumberland City, Tenn.

74-130 43 CONNER, John T. and Department of the Navy, Naval Air Rework Facility, Cherry Point, N.C.

75–5 100 CONNOLLY, Edward Joseph, Jr. and Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service, Boise, Idaho

74-160 2 COVINGTON, Hazel, claiming as widow of Charles Covington

and Department of the Treasury, Alcohol and Tobacco Tax Unit, Internal Revenue Service, Valdosta, Ga.

75-192

411 CRUM, Howard W. and Department of the Army, Army Aeronautical Depot, Corpus Christi, Tex.

75-207 371

1 Docket Numbers are assigned on a fiscal year basis. Thus 75-1 was the fsirst case filed in the fiscal year 1975, which commenced July 1, 1974.

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