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18 lt:lh5 Here too White might try 1 8 lt:lce2; e.g., l 8. l::tg5 ( 1 8. the present case, the delay of 30 days was a sufficient period to comply with the purpose of the statute. The decision of the board of commissioners is supported by substantial evidence.
The judgment is affirmed.
Gibson, C.J., Traynor, J., and Spence, J., concurred.
Appellant's claim for compensation is based upon section 5500 of the Labor Code which reads in part as follows: "If, after the date of injury, the employee *749 becomes totally and permanently disabled both physically and mentally, and thereby prevents the employee from following the occupation in which he was employed at the time of the injury,... the total disability shall be considered as total and permanent, and the compensation... shall be paid... for the duration of the disability...." (Emphasis added.)
In the light of the history of this legislation, I conclude that the emphasized words "the occupation in which he was employed at the time of the injury" must be interpreted to mean "the occupation in which he was engaged at the time of injury." In other words, "the occupation in which he was employed at the time of injury" means the same as "the occupation in which he was engaged at the time of injury." (1) The provision would be rendered meaningless if interpreted to mean "at the time of injury and the time of the injury."
I would hold that in order for a condition to be compensable, the condition must exist at the time of injury.
 Since its enactment, this section has been amended to provide that if the injury causes total and permanent disability both physically and mentally, the board shall determine the extent of the disability and the amount of the compensation.
 Subdivision (c) states: "A workman who is otherwise totally and permanently disabled shall be entitled to be paid the compensation for a period of 30 days after the date of injury if and only if the workman, immediately prior to the injury, was engaged in employment involving danger or hazard to the life or safety of the workman or to others, and the workman's injury would not have occurred but for the risk or danger so inherent in the employment 0b46394aab