quasi public agency??
It is obvious that the compensation insurance bureau is a quasi public agency with powers
suitable to accomplish the purposes for which it was created. It is not the agent of the insurers
only in respect to the powers conferred upon it by statute. Boards of underwriters and
organizations of insurers organized along somewhat similar lines have been held to be quasi
public agencies. Childs ex rel. Smith v. Firemen's Ins. Co. 66 Minn. 393, 69 N.W. 141, 35
L.R.A. 99; Employer's L.A. Corp. v. Success-Uncle Sam C. Co. (supra) . Being the creature
of statute and a quasi public agency, it has only the powers and duties conferred upon it by
law. 5 Dunnell , Minn. Dig. (2 ed. & Supps. 1932, 1934) § 7998. Yoselowitz v. Peoples Bakery,
1938.MN.13 <http://www.versuslaw.com>, 277 N.W. 221 ( Minn. 1938).
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