DIXON BROTHERS LUMBER & SUPPLY v. WATSONAnnotate this Case
DIXON BROTHERS LUMBER & SUPPLY v. WATSON
1955 OK 67
281 P.2d 182
Case Number: 36771
Supreme Court of Oklahoma
DIXON BROTHERS LUMBER & SUPPLY AND FRANKLIN INSURANCE COMPANY, A CORPORATION, PETITIONERS,
GROVER WATSON AND STATE INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION, RESPONDENTS.
¶0 An order of the State Industrial Commission vacating an order of the trial commissioner denying an award and remanding the same for further hearing is not a final order and this court is without jurisdiction to review such order.
Petition for review from the State Industrial Commission.
[281 P.2d 182]
Original proceeding brought by Dixon Brothers Lumber & Supply and its insurance carrier, Franklin Insurance Company, a corporation, Petitioners, to review an order of the State Industrial Commission in a proceeding by Grover Watson, Claimant. Dismissed.
Covington & Donovan, Tulsa, for petitioners.
Howard Trigg, Frank Grayson, Oklahoma City, Mac Q. Williamson, Atty. Gen., for respondents.
¶1 On the 12th day of November, 1954, the State Industrial Commission, by trial commissioner, entered an order denying claimant an award finding that he was not an employee of respondent. The matter was appealed to the Commission en banc on December 9, 1954. The State Industrial Commission entered an order which is in part as follows:
"It is therefore ordered, That the order of the trial commissioner heretofore entered in this case on November 12th, 1954, be and the same is hereby reversed, and finds that claimant, Grover Watson, was an employee of Dixon Brothers Lumber and Supply Company on March 20th, 1954, and that said cause be remanded to the trial commissioner for further proceedings and that said order as modified be adopted and made the order of this Commission En Banc."
¶2 A motion to dismiss has been filed for the reason that this order was not a final order under the provisions of
¶3 The proceeding to review the order is dismissed.
¶4 JOHNSON, C.J., WILLIAMS, V.C.J., and CORN, HALLEY, BLACKBIRD and JACKSON, JJ., concur.