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California Midland Railway Co. v. Smith

Supreme Court of California
Sep 5, 1918
175 P. 16 (Cal. 1918)

Opinion

Sac. No. 2575. Department Two.Sac. No. 2576. Department Two.

September 5, 1918.

APPEALS from a judgment of the Superior Court of Yuba County, and orders denying motions for a new trial. Eugene P. McDaniel, Judge.

The facts are similar to those stated in the opinion in Marysville Woolen Mills v. Smith, ante, p. 786.

Downey, Pullen Downey, and W.E. Davies, for Appellant.

W.H. Carlin, for Respondent.


By stipulation of the parties in the above two causes, it is agreed that the decision in the case of Marysville Woolen Mills v. Smith, ante, p. 786, [ 175 P. 13], shall govern and control the disposition of said two appeals, and the judgment and order of the trial court in said latter case having this day been affirmed, it is hereby ordered that the judgment and the orders denying motions for a new trial, given and made by the trial court in each of the above-entitled actions, be and the same are hereby affirmed.


Summaries of

California Midland Railway Co. v. Smith

Supreme Court of California
Sep 5, 1918
175 P. 16 (Cal. 1918)
Case details for

California Midland Railway Co. v. Smith

Case Details

Full title:CALIFORNIA MIDLAND RAILWAY COMPANY, Respondent, v. CHESTER A. SMITH…

Court:Supreme Court of California

Date published: Sep 5, 1918

Citations

175 P. 16 (Cal. 1918)
175 P. 16

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