Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of Colorado Volume 12
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1890 edition. Excerpt: ...to Denver, and received and carried it to Pueblo. The said William H. Price, the appellant, claiming to be the owner, and entitled to the possession, of the salt there, replevied the same from the said railway company, appellee, upon its refusal to deliver the same, upon tender of the said back charges by it paid, without tender or payment of the reasonable charges for carrying the salt from Denver to Pueblo; it being claimed that the said railway company, appellee, was not entitled to payment of such charges, for the reason that it had carried the salt without authority so' to do, in that the consignor thereof had directed that the salt should be carried from Denver to Pueblo by another railway company, having a connecting line running from Denver to Pueblo. A portion of the said salt was replevied in one of these actions, and the remainder thereof in the other. The issues and the evidence were substantially the same in the two cases. The court found the issues of fact for the railway company, appellee, in both cases, and gave judgment accordingly. There was considerable evidence to show that the salt was received by the railway company, appellee, at Denver, from the Union Pacific Railway Company, in the usual and customary course of business between connecting lines of railroads, in good faith and belief that the said Union Pacific Railway Company had good right and authority to so deliver the same to be carried from Denver to Pueblo, and without knowledge that its authority in this regard was in any way limited; and there being no testimony that the said railway company, appellee, knew that the said Union Pacific Railway Company had been directed to deliver the said salt to another railway company at Denver for carriage to...
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