NORTHERN PAC R. CO. v. SLAGHT, 205 U.S. 134 (1907)

U.S. Supreme Court

NORTHERN PAC R. CO. v. SLAGHT, 205 U.S. 134 (1907)

205 U.S. 134

NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY et al.
v.
ARGARET SLAGHT.
No. 153.
 
Argued and submitted January 11, 1907.
Decided March 11, 1907.

Messrs. Charles W. Bunn and James B. Kerr for plaintiffs in error.

No counsel for defendant in error.

Mr. Justice McKenna delivered the opinion of the court:

This case was submitted with No. 152, the questions being identical. On the authority of that case the judgment is affirmed.

Mr. Justice Brewer took no part in the decision of these cases.[ Northern Pac R Co v. Slaght 205 U.S. 134 (1907) ]


U.S. Supreme Court

NORTHERN PAC R. CO. v. SLAGHT, 205 U.S. 134 (1907)

 205 U.S. 134

NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY et al.
v.
ARGARET SLAGHT.
No. 153.
 
Argued and submitted January 11, 1907.
Decided March 11, 1907.

Messrs. Charles W. Bunn and James B. Kerr for plaintiffs in error.

No counsel for defendant in error.

Mr. Justice McKenna delivered the opinion of the court:

This case was submitted with No. 152, the questions being identical. On the authority of that case the judgment is affirmed.

Mr. Justice Brewer took no part in the decision of these cases.[ Northern Pac R Co v. Slaght 205 U.S. 134 (1907) ]

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