Grand Trunk Railway Co. v. Walker, 154 U.S. 653 (1880)
U.S. Supreme CourtGrand Trunk Railway Co. v. Walker, 154 U.S. 653 (1880)
Grand Trunk Railway Company v. Walker
Submitted March 23, 1880
Decided April 5, 1880
154 U.S. 653
A railroad company which runs its line by telegraph is bound to have a suitable telegraph line, with a proper number of operators, and in case of an accident, it is for the jury to decide whether their duty in this respect has been performed.