Grand Trunk Railway Co. v. Walker,
154 U.S. 653 (1880)

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Grand Trunk Railway Co. v. Walker, 154 U.S. 653 (1880)

Grand Trunk Railway Company v. Walker

No. 219

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.

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