Chicago Great Western R. Co. v. Rambo
298 U.S. 99 (1936)

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Chicago Great Western R. Co. v. Rambo, 298 U.S. 99 (1936)

Chicago Great Western Railroad Co. v. Rambo

No. 696

Argued April 1, 1936

Decided April 27, 1936

298 U.S. 99


1. Upon review of judgment of a state court in a case under the Federal Employers' Liability Act, this Court must examine the record and determine for itself whether, a matter of law, the evidence is sufficient to sustain a finding of negligence. P. 298 U. S. 101.

2. Evidence held insufficient to sustain a finding that the railroad had negligently failed to equip its locomotive with a headlight of the illuminating power required by federal law. P. 298 U. S. 101.

195 Minn. 331, 263 N.W. 112, reversed.

Certiorari, 297 U.S. 701, to review a judgment affirming a judgment against the railroad company in an action under the Federal Employers' Liability Act.

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