A proceeding was brought under the workmen's compensation act of Virginia by the widow of a deceased employee on behalf of herself and children. Between the date of the injury and death of the employee he became the father of two children for whom compensation is now sought. The Industrial Commission denied them compensation, and in affirming the decision the supreme court held that under the Virginia statutes a person is entitled to compensation only if "dependent at the time of injury," hence the two children are not dependents within the statute and are not entitled to compensation. Hotton, Brown & Company v. Holbrook, (Va. 1932) 165 S. E. 403.