Ohio Law Bulletin Volume 63

Ohio Law Bulletin Volume 63

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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. 1918 edition. Excerpt: ...line or just beyond it, at the local or interstate rate, as the case may be, and there receive actual delivery of the freight and thereupon reship locally? Neither of the suggested cases seems. in principle. opposed to the interstate commerce act, for, in each case, the passenger or ship per, as the case may be, loses the benefi' of a through shipment. The passenger may have to leave the train to buy a new ticket, or may be required to pay his fare, perhaps at an inconvenient time, or to take the risk of inconvenience otherwise, as in respect to rechecking baggage. The shipper of freight must personally or by agent go to the trouble of accepting delivery and making reshipment, perhaps submitting to delays and (if in carload shipment) perhaps to unloading and reloading and possibly to to through transportation is given up. That such transaction is not necessarily a mere evasion of the act, and so unlawful, finds express support in Gulf, C. 6. S. F. Ry. v. Texas, 204 U. S. 413 27 Sup. Ct. 360; 51 L. Ed. 540. As the petition stood. the demurrer thereto should, in our opinion, have been sustained.. The judgment of the ditrlct court is reversed, and the record remanded to that court, with directions to take further proceedings not inconsistent with this opinion. SUPREME COURT OF OHIO. New Cases. Tuesday, August 6, 1918. 16075. Rosamond S. Barner v. George '1'. Barner et al. Cuyahoga county. (Motion to certify record.) Attorneys for plaintifi, Bentley & Blggs, Cleveland. 16076. Roland D. Huff v. New York Central Ry. Co. Lucas county. (Motion to certify record.) Attorneys for plaintiff, Hankison & Deeds; for defendant, Doyle & Lewis; all of Toledo. Thursday, August 8, 1918. 16077. Wheeling Traction Co. v. Louis Busche....
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  • United States
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  • 1236912330
  • 9781236912336