Minnie v. Port Huron Terminal Co.,
295 U.S. 647 (1935)

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Minnie v. Port Huron Terminal Co., 295 U.S. 647 (1935)

Minnie v. Port Huron Terminal Co.

No. 678

Argued April 12, 1935

Decided June 3, 1935

295 U.S. 647


A longshoreman, while unloading a vessel in navigable water, was swept from the deck by the ship's hoist and precipitated upon the wharf, where he was hurt by the fall. Held that the cause of action was in admiralty. P. 295 U. S. 648.

269 Mich. 295, 257 N.W. 831, affirmed.

Certiorari, 294 U.S. 704, to review a judgment of the Supreme Court of Michigan vacating an award of the state compensation commission.

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