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Hand car, riding on, p. 2213.
Hand protruding from car:

See infra, "Limb or Other Part of
Person Protruding from Car."
Imputable negligence, pp. 2163, 2294.
Infants:

Care required of infant, p. 2388.
Instructions, p. 2388.
Injury avoidable by care of carrier, p.

2401.
Instructing driver of carriage, p. 2161.
Instructions, pp. 2369, 2957.

Acts by permission or direction of

carrier's employees, p. 2398.
Acts in emergencies, p. 2400.
Alighting at unusual place, p. 2394.
Alighting from moving train or car,

p. 2395.
Answer setting up plea of contrib-
utory negligence, p. 2376.
Applicability to evidence, p. 2373.
Assuming facts or matters in issue,

p. 2374.
Assumption of risk, p. 2387.
.Awaiting and seeking transporta-
tion, p. 2389.
Boarding moving train or car, p.

2390.
Comparative negligence, p. 2403.
Concurring negligence of plaintiff

and defendant, p. 2382.
Conduct in transit, p. 2392.
Conflicting and inconsistent instruc-
tions, p. 2384.
Conformity to pleadings and issues,

p. 2370.
Correct declaration of law, p. 2370.
Deaf persons, p. 2388.
Defense of contributory negligence

not in issue, p. 2371.
Definition of contributory negli-
gence, p. 2377.
Degree of care required, p. 2377.
Disobedience of rules of carrier, p.

2398.
Duty of court generally, p. 2369.
Efifect of refusal of ])roper requests,

p. 2383.
Emergencies, p. 2400.
Entering train or car, ]). 2390.
Enunciating inconsistent theories,

p. 2383.
Enunciating theories of case, p.

2383.
Explanation of contributory negli-
gence, p. 2377.
Ignoring circumstances of injury as
testified to l)y iilainliff, p. 237().



4174



INDEX.



CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE,

cont'd.
Instructions, c(Uit'd.

Ignoring negligence of detendant.

p. 2383.
Ignoring ciuestion of contributory

negligence, p. 2372.
Infants, p. 2388.
Injury avoidable by care of carrier,

p. 2401.
Instructions must be considered as

a whole, p. 2371.
Intoxication, p. 238&.
Invading province of jury, p. 2385.
Last clear chance, p. 2373.
Law of state where injury occurred,

p, 2387.
Leaving convevance in general, p.

2393.
Misleading instructions, p. 2384.
]\Iust be germane to issue, p. 2372.
Must hypothesize state of facts au-
thorizing conclusion of contribu-
tor}^ negligence, p. 2379.
Must postulate negligence of pas-
senger's act, p. 2;-'78.
Necessity for requests, p. 2369.
Objections obviated by other in-
structions, p. 2387.
Omitting one of two acts of con-
tributory negligence, p. 2382.
Party by whom contributory neg-
ligence proved, p. 237.J.
Presumptions and burden of proof,

p. 2402.
Pretermitting or ignoring proof, p.

2376.
Proximate and contributory cause
of injury, p. 237 9:
Concurring negligence of plain-
tiff and defendant, p. 2382.
In general, p. 23 79.
Must hypothesize negligent act
of passenger as proximate
cause, p. 2380.
Omitting one of two acts of
contributory negligence, p.
23S2.
Requiring plaintiff's negligence
alone to be proximate cause,
p. 2381.
Requiring plaintiff's negligence

to be sole cause, p. 2380.
Requiring passenger's negli-
.gence to contribute to injury,
ip. 2381.
Repetition of instructions, p. 2386.
Rules of carrier, p. 2398.
Sufficiency of evidence, p. 2375.
Sufficienc}' of pleadings, p. 2370.
Technical language, p. 2370.
Terminology, p. 2370.
Use of station platlorm, p. 23S9.
Use of words "clear chance" to
avoid injury, p. 2370.
In transit, p. 2160.
Invalids, p. 2158:

Dangerous position, p. 2166.



CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE,

cont'd.
Invitation, pp. 2157, 2178, 2181, 2206,
2211:
See infra, "Alighting from
Moving Tram or Car;"
"Alighting from Tram or
Car."
Evidence, pp. 2302, 2303.
Instructions, p. 2398.
Passing from one car to another,

p. 2221.
Presumptions and burden of proof,

p. 2291.
Questions of law and fact, p. 2364.
Riding in baggage, express or mail
car, p. 2211.
Issues, proof and variance, p. 2284.
Last clear chance, pp. 2294, 2318, 2369:

Instructions, pp. 2369, 2370, 2373.
Leaving premises by improper course,
p. 2271:
Child leaving premises through
yards where notices are posted
against trespassers, p. 2271.
Crossing other tracks, p. 2272.
Facts held to constitute contribu-
tory negligence, p. 2271.
Illustrations, pp. 2271, 2272.
Leaving depot premises by track,

p. 22>1.
Protection to which passenger is
entitled and care required of him,
p. 2271.
Leaving train at intermediate point, p.

2162.
Leaving train or car:

See infra, "Alighting from
Train."
Crossing other tracks:

See infra, "Crossing Other
Tracks."
Evidence, p. 2313.
Instructions, p. 2393.
Leaving premises by improper

course, p. 2271.
Questions of law and fact, p. 2347.
Sufficiency of evidence, p. 2313.
Licensees, trespassers, intrude;-s, etc.,
p. 2436:
Alighting from moving train, or

car, p. 2539.
Alighting from train at place other

than station, p. 2539.
Crossing track in going to train to

meet a passenger, p. 2538.
Employees of carrier, p. 2536.
Falling off station platform after
seeing passengers aboard train,
p. 2539.
Going on station platform to meet

a friend, p. 2539.
In general, p. 2536.
Leaving steamboat, p. 2540.
Of persons boarding train, car, or
boat to see or assist passengers,
p. 2539.
Of persons going to railroad de-
pot on business, p. 2541.



INDEX.



4175



CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE,

cont'd.
Licensees, trespassers, intruders, etc.,
cont'd.
Of persons on station platform
who have no business there, p.
2341.
Of persons on train or car by in-
vitation or permission of carri-
er's employees, p. 2541.
Of trespassers, p. 2541.
Persons boarding train, car. or
boat to see or assist passengers,
p. 2539.
Persons going to station or train

to meet passengers, p. 2537.
Postal clerks, p. 2536.
Questions of law and fact, pp. 2548,

2549.
Riding upon open flat car, p. 2541.
Standing on station platform after
seeing passenger aboard train, p.
2538.
Stepping on lower tread of car
while encumbered with luggage,
p. 2539.
Who are trespassers, p. 2536.
Limb or other part of person protrud-
ing from car, pp. 2199, 2299, 2311:
Arm around post, p. 2204.
Body protruding from train, p.

2206.
Crowded car. p. 2200.
Evidence, p. 2311.
Falling window, p. 2201.
Feet and legs protruding, p. 2206.
General rule, p. 2199.
Hand on railing of platform, p.

2204.
Hand or arm on window sill, p.

2200.
Hand or arm out of wmdow, p.
2201:
Arm jarred out by collision, p.

2203.
Beyond dead line, p. 2203.
Duty of carrier to avoid in-
jury, p. 2204.
Injury from overturning car.

p. 2204.
Injury from unfastened door of

another car, p. 2203.
Negligence of cairier, p. 2203.
Negligence per se, p. 2202.
Passenger on interurban car,

p. 2202.
Passenger on railroad, p. 2201.
Passenger on street car, p.

2202.
Warning of danger, p. 2203.
Head out of window or door, p.
2204:
Children, p. 2205.
General rule, p. 2204.
Injury from sudden jerking of

train, p. 2205.
Leaning out to spit, p. 2205.
Mad clerk in pursuance of

duty, p. 2205.
Passenger who is ill, p. 2205.



CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE,

cont'd.
Limb or other part of person protrud-
ing from car, cont'd.
Injured by object unknown to pas-
senger, p. 2201.
Injured by stick of timber falling

in window, p. 2201.
Injury from collision, p. 2200.
Injury to child, p. 2200.
Leaning out of open car on side

next to poles, p. 2311.
Limb or other part of body pro-
truding from platform, p. 2188.
Passenger riding on footboard, p.

2200.
Platform, p. 2188.
Presumptions and burden of proof,

p. 2293.
Projection of arm, p. 2312.
Questions of law and fact, pp. 2336,

2337.
Resting arm on window sill, p.

2312.
Where plaintiff's negligence is
slight, p. 2199.
Live stock:

Passenger accompanying live stock:
See infra, "Riding in Car Not
Intended for Passengers."
Loss or injury to goods:

See "Loss or Injury to Goods."
Burden of proof, p. 826.
Mail car, p. 2210.
Mail clerks, p. 2212:

Head out of window or door, p.
2205.
Master and servant:

Acts by permission or direction of

carrier's employees, p. 2125.
Contributory negligence of carri-
er's employees, p. 2536.
Disregarding directions or warning
of carrier's employees, p. 2124.
Ordinary care:

See infra, "Degree of Care Re-
quired of Passengers."
Palace cars and sleeping car compa-
nies, pp. 3211, 3223:
Depositing property in improper

place, p". 3224.
Leaving property in berth un-
guarded, p. 3224.
Necessity for pleading contributory

negligence, p. 3229.
Property lost through contributory

negligence, p. 3223.
Putting property in unoccupied

berth, p. 3224.
Questions of law and fact, p. 3238.
What constitutes contributory neg-
ligence with regard to property,
p. 3224.
Passing from one car to another:

See infra, "Changing Position."
Peril:

See infra, "Emergencies."
Pilot, riding on, p. 2208.
Place of alighting:

See infra, "Alighting from Train."



4176



INDEX.



CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE,

cuiit'd.

Platform:

See infra, "Alighting at Place
Other than Station or Plat-
form;" "Riding on Plat-
form;" "Station and Stop-
ping Places."
Defective or unlighted platform
and obstructions thereon, p. 2269.
Instructions, p. 2392.
Questions of law and fact, p. 2323.
Plea of contributory negligence, pp.
2279, 2630:
Necessity for plea, pp. 2279, 2630.
Sufficiency of plea, pp. 2281, 2631.
Plea or answer, p. 2279:

Assumption of risk, p. 2283.
Construction, operation and effect,

p. 2283.
Proof under general denial, p. 2279.
Special plea, p. 2279.
Pleading, p. 2279.
Postal clerks, p. 2536.
Presumptions and burden of proof, p.
2285:
Assumption of risk, p. 2293.
Boarding and alighting from train
or street car, p. 2290:
Boarding or alighting from
moving train or car, p. 2290.
General rule, p. 2290.
Jumping from train, car or

coach, p. 2291.
Obeying order or direction of

conductor, p. 2291.
Train or car prematurely
started, p. 2290.
Doctrine placing burden on car-
rier, p. 2286.
Doctrine placing burden on plain-
tiff, p. 2285.
Elbow resting on rail at side of

street car, p. 2293.
Georgia statute, p. 2403.
Imputed negligence, p. 2294.
Incapacity to appreciate danger, p.

2293.
Instances, p. 2289.
Instructions, p. 2402.
Last clear chance, p. 2294.
Pleading held not to show contrib-
utory negligence as matter of
law, p. 2287.
Resisting ejection, p. 2293.
Riding in wrong car or place not
intended for passengers, p.
2291:
Railway trains, p. 2291.
Riding on platform of street

car, p. 2292.
Standing in car, p. 2292.
Riding on platform of street car,

p. 2292.
Standing in car, p. 2292.
Violation of carrier's rules, p. 2293.
Waiver of provision in stock pass,
p. 2293.
Procedure, p. 2279.



CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE,

cont'd.
Protruding from car:

See infra, "Limb or Other Part of
Person Protruding from Car."
Providing against cold, p. 2162.
Proximate and remote cause, pp. 2113,
2114:

Alighting at place other than sta-
tion or platform, p. 2240.

Boarding moving train or car, p.
2151.

Instructions, p. 2379.

Riding in express car, p. 2211.

Riding on platform, p. 2175.
Questions of law and fact, p. 2319:

Acts b)' permission or direction of
carrier's employees, p. 2364.

Acts in emergencies, p. 2367.

Alighting from train or car at place
other than station or platform, p.
2362-.

Alighting from moving train or
car, p. 2357.

Awaiting and seeking transporta-
tion, p. 2323.

Boarding moving train or car, p.
2331.

Care required of or in respect to
children and others under disa-
bility, p. 2321.

Care required of sick or ill pas-
sengers, p. 2323.

Carriers of live stock, p. 1478.

Carriers of passengers, pp. 2846,
2852.

Children, p. 2322.

Comparative negligence, p. 2321.

Conduct while in transit, p. 2333.

Crossing or being on or along
track, p. 2325.

Crossing or walking on track after
alighting from car, p. 2363.

Directing verdict, p. 2320.

Emergencies, p. 2367.

Entering train or car in general,
p. 2328.

Evidence conflicting, p. 2320.

General rule, p. 2319.

Illustrations, pp. 2320, 2321.

Infants of tender years, p. 2322.

Intoxicated passengers, p. 2321.

Invitation, p. 2364.

Last clear chance, p. 2369.

Leaving train or car, p. 2347.

Negligence or wrong of shipper,
p. 871.

Palace cars and sleeping car com-
panies, p. 3238.

Persons under disability, p. 2321.

Preparing to leave train or car be-
fore it stops, p. 2353.

Questions for jury, p. 2319.

Riding on platform, p. 2341.

Riding on steps, footboard or pro-
jection from vestibule, p. 2345.

Safety of place to alight and man-
ner of egress, p. 2349.



INDEX.



4177



CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE,

cont'd.
Questions of law and fact, cont'd.

Use of platform and approaches, p.

2323.
Use of station and furnishings, p.

2323.
Use of unlighted platform in search

of water closet, p. 2324.
Wanton conduct excusing contrib-
utory negligence, p. 2369.
Whether plaintif? established free-
dom from contributory negli-
gence, p. 2321.
Reasonable care:

See infra, "Degree of Care Re-
quired of Passengers."
Rebutting presumption of negligence

arising from injury, p. 2840.
Replication, p. 2283.
Res gestae, p. 2294.

Riding in car not intended for passen-
gers, pp. 2206, 2308:
Burden of proof, p. 2291.
Drover, p. 2214.
Freight car, p. 2208:

Against direction of employee,

p. 2209.
Contract to ride on caboose,

p. 2209.
General rule. p. 2208.
Logging train, p. 2209.
Negligence per se, p. 2209.
Passenger accompanying live

stock, p. 2214.
Riding in baggage, express or

mail car, p. 2210.
Riding in caboose, pp. 2210,

221 D.
Riding on top of car, pp. 2210,
2213.
General rule, p. 2206.
Injury from negligence of em-
ployee, p. 2206.
Invited by employee, p. 2206.
Passenger accompanying live stock,
p. 2214:
At intermediate stop, p. 2217.
General rule. p. 2214.
In pursuance of contract, p.

2217.
In violation of contract, p.

2217.
Riding in caboose, p. 2215.
Riding in cattle car, p. 2216.
Riding on engine, p. 2215.
With consent of carrier, p,
2215.
Passenger accompanying property,

p. 2218.
Presumption, p. 2291.
Questions of law and fact, p. 2334.
Riding in baggage, express or mail
car, p. 2210:
Baggage car used as smoking

car, p. 2211.
Custom and usage, p. 2211.
General rule, p. 2210.
Getting baggage, p. 2213.
Going to baggage car to get
water, p. 2210.



CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE,

cont'd.
Riding in car not intended for passen-
gers, cont'd.
Riding in baggage, express or mail
car, cont'd.
Injured by collision, p. 2212.
Intoxicated person, p. 2212.
Invited by employee, p. 2211.
Mail clerk, p. 2212.
Passenger cars crowded, p.

2211.
Person accompanying invalid,

p. 2212.
Proximate cause, p. 2211.
Rules and regulations, p. 2211.
Riding in car intended for colored

persons, p. 2213.
Riding on engine, pp. 2207, 2215:
General rule, p. 2207.
Invited by engineer, p. 2207.
Riding in car in front of en-
gine, p. 2208.
Riding on pilot, p. 2208.
Riding on tender, p. 2208.
Rules and regulations, p. 2207.
Riding on hand car, p. 2213.
Riding on top of car, p. 2213.
Riding on platform, pp. 2172, 2299, 2309:
Against direction of employee, p.

2179.
Assuming dangerous position on

platform, p. 2188.
Before train starts, p. 2176.
Causes justifying riding on plat-
form, p. 2179:
Crowded car, p. 2179.
Door to interior closed, p. 2183.
Escaping danger, p. 2183.
Interior uncomfortable, p. 2183.
Children, p. 2191.

Collision with another car, p. 2185.
Crowded car, pp. 2173, 2179:

Causes justifying riding on

platform, p. 2179.
Injured by another car, p. 2183.
In violation of rule of carrier,

p. 2181.
Invited to ride by carrier, p.

2181.
On excursion train, p. 2183.
Seats in another car, p. 2182.
Standing room in interior, p.

2182.
Where seats relinquished to

another, p. 2183.
Whether negligence per se, pp.
2179, 2181.
Crowded platform, p. 2186.
Defective platform, p. 2184.
Defective track, p. 2184.
Degree of care of passengers, p.

2175.
Derailment of car, p. 21 S4.
Direction or request of employee,

p. 2178.
Failure to hold to car, p. 2186.
General rule, p. 2172.
Getting on crowded platform, p.
2186.'



4178



INDEX.



CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE,

cont'd.
Riding on platform, cont'd.

Going on platform after station an-
nounced, p. 2187.
Going on platform or steps before

train stops, p. 2235.
Going on platform while cars being

coupled, p. 2187.
Going on platform while train

standing at station, p. 2187.
Injury from particular causes, p.

2184.
Intoxicated persons, p. 2191.
Invitation, p. 2178.
Limb or other part of body pro-
truding from platform, p. 3188.
Negligence of carrier, p. 2175.
Negligence per se, p. 2173.
Particular acts of negligence, p.

2186.
Platform of express car, p. 2189.
Platform of interurban car, p. 2189.
Platform of particular car, p. 2189.
Platform of passenger train, p.

21S9.
Platform of railroad train, p. 21S9.
Platform of street car, p. 2189.
Preparing to leave conveyance be-
fore it stops, p. 2354.
Presumptions and burden of proof.

p. 2292.
Proximate cause of injury, p. 217.5.
Questions of law and fact. pp. 2337.
2338, 2341:
Attempt to avoid imminent

peril, p. 2344.
Duty to hold to hand rail, p.

2344.
Overcrowded car. p. 2343.
Platform of railway train gen-
erally, p. 2341.
Platform of street car, p. 2342.
Rules and regulations of carrier, p.
2176:
Crowded car, p. 2181.
General rule, p. 2176.
Operation and effect of rule. p.

2177.
Printed and posted, p. 2177.
Reasonableness of rules, p.

2177.
Rule forbidding smoking, p.

2177.
Statutory provision, p. 2177.
Violation of rules, p. 2176.
Waiver or suspension of rule,
p. 2177.
Sitting on platform, p. 2188.
Statutory provisions, p. 2173.
Sudden acceleration of speed, p.

2185.
Sudden stopping of train, p. 2185.
Usage and custom, p. 2179.
Usual operation of car. p. 2184.
Where riding in interior would
have avoided injury, p. 2189.



CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE,

cont'd.
Ricing on step or footboard, pp. 2191.
"2301, 2309:

Children, p. 2199.

Crowded car, p. 2193.

Custom or usage, p. 2194.

Defective handlebar, p. 2195.

Elevated railway car, p. 2199.

Evidence, p. 2309.

Failure to hold to support, p. 219S.

Failure to look and listen for pass-
ing cars. p. 2198.

General rule, p. 2191.

Injury from collision, p. 2195.

Injury from particular acts of neg-
ligence, p. 2197.

Injury from particular causes, p.
219.5.

Knowledge of rule as to riding on
front platform, p. 2310.

Negligence of carrier, p. 2195.

Negligence per se, p. 2194.

Objects passed, p. 2196.

Passing from seat to seat. p. 2198.

Passing vehicles, p. 2196.

Preparing to leave conveyance be-
fore it stops, p. 2356.

Presumptions and burden of proof.
p. 2292.

Questions of law and fact. pp. 2339.
2345 :

Railroad car. p. 2199.

Riding on running step or running
board of street car. p. 2310.

Rules of carrier, p. 2193.

Step of particular car. p. 2199.

Sudden jerking of car, p. 2195.

Thrown of? by usual motion of car.
p. 2194.

Unusual accident, p. 2195.

Wliere car crowded, p. 2193.

Where guard rail up. p. 2198.

Where running board crowded, p.
2194.

Where seat surrendered to another,
p. 2194.

Where there are seats in interior,
p. 2194.

Where there is standing room in
interior, p. 2194.

With consent of employee, p. 2193.
Rules and regulations of carrier:

See infra. ''Riding on Plat-
form."

Disobedience of rules and regula-
tions, p. 2122.

Instructions, p. 2398.

Riding in baggage car. p. 2211.

Riding on engine, pp. 2207, 2215.

Riding on step or footboard, p.
2193.
Running board:

See infra, "Riding on Step or Foot-
board."
Servants:

See infra. "Master and Servant."
Signaling train, v. 2141.
SiUing negligently in seat. p. 2167.



INDEX,



4179



CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE,

cont'd.
Special plea of contributory negligence,
pp. 2279, 2630:
Alighting from moving car, p. 2282.
Issues and proof, p. 2284.
Necessity, pp. 2279, 2630.
Sufficiency, p. 2281.
Standing in car, pp. 2168, 2631:

Duty to hold to straps, p. 2170.

Evidence, p. 2301.

General rule, p. 2168.

Injured by collision, p. 2169.

Injury by starting of car, p. 2169.

Instructions, p. 2393.

In violation of rule of carrier, p.

2168.
Presumptions and l)urden of proof.

p. 2392.
Questions of law and fact, p. 2335.
Standing in aisle or seat prepara-
tory to alighting, p. 2234.
Standing in closet, p. 3171.
Standing in doorway, p. 2171.
Standing in seat, p. 3171.
Standing to get a drink, p. 2170.
To attract attention of conductor,

p. 2170.
Walking through car, p. 2172.
Where seat given another, p. 2169.
Where there were no vacant seats,

p. 2168.
While cars being coupled, p. 2170.
Stations and stopping places, p. 2130:
Alighting at place other than sta-
tion or platform:
See infra. "Alighting at Place
Other than Station or Plat-
form."
Alighting from moving car on fail-
ure to stop at station:
See infra, "Alighting from
Moving Train or Car."
Awaiting and seeking transporta-
tion, p. 2130.
Awaiting train at station, p. 2130:
Care required of passenger on

approach of train, p. 2132.
Care required of passenger

while on platform, p. 2132.
General rules, p. 2130.
On platform, p. 3131.
Right to use of platform, p.

3131.
Standing near track, p. 2133.
Walking on track, p. 3133.
Crc)ssing tracks to reach station,
train, or car, p. 2134:
Application to passengers of
stop, look and listen, p. 2137.
Degree of care carrier owes to
passenger crossing tracks at
station, p. 3134.
Facts held not to constitute
. contributory negligence, p.

2137.
Facts held to constitute con-
tributory negligence, p. 2137.

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CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE,

cont'd.
Stations and stopping places, cont'd.

Crossing tracks to reach station,
train, or car, cont'd.
Information or request of car-
rier's employee as pr'.cluding
contributory negligence, p.
2140.
Not contributory negligence as

matter of law, p. 3134.
Passenger must exercise ordi-
nary or reasonal)le care, p.
213.").
Passenger not required to ex-
ercise the degree of care re-
quired of persons not passen-
gers, p. 2136.
Passengers leaving and return-
ing to train while it is tem-
porarily on a side track, p.
3139.
Stop, look and listen, p. 3137.
Flagging or signaling train, p.

2141.
Leaving train at intermediate point.

p. 2162.
Particular car:

At place other than station of

railroad train, p. 2145.
At place other than usual stop-
ping place of car, p. 3145.
Passing along track or right of
way to reach train or car, p. 2140.
Passing down steps leading to de-
pot, p: 3130.
Place of alighting:

See infra, "Alighting from
Train."
Seeking entrance to depot which is

obstructed by train, p. 3130.
Standing within reach of street car.

p. 3141.
Using passageway to train shed

at station, p. 3134.
Walking on right of way near track,

p. 3141.
Walking on track, p. 2140.
Step:

See infra, "Riding on Step or Foot-
board."
Stopping: . ^^

See infra, "Alighting from Tram.'
Stop, look, and listen, p. 3274.
Street railways:

Obstructions on track, p. 1819.

Sudden peril:

See infra. "Emergencies."
Sundays and holidays:

Traveling in violation of Sunday
laws, p. 2161.

Top of car:

Riding on top of car, pp. 2210, 2213,
2314.
Usages and customs, pp. 3322, 2295,
2296, 2297:
Riding in baggage, express or mail
car, p. 2211.



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INDEX.



CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE,

cont'd.
Usages and customs, cont'd.

Riding on platform, p. 2179.
Riding on step or footboard, p.
2194.
Use of appliances, p. 2160.
Verdict, p. 2404.
Warning:

Disregarding directions or warnmg

of carrier's employees, p. 2124.
Illustrations, p. 2125.
While in transit, p. 2160.
Window:

Limb or other part of person pro-
truding from car:
See infra, "Limb or Other Part
of Person Protruding from
Car."
Women, p. 2150:

IVIoving car, p. 215S.

CONTROL AND REGULATION, p.

13:
Abandonment, p. 65.
Action for violations of regulations, pp.

134-136.
Carriers of goods:

Rules and regulations of earners:
See "Rules and Regulations of
Carriers."
Carriers of live stock:

Rules and regulations of carriers:
See "Rules and Regulations of
Carriers."
Carriers of passengers:

Rules and regulations of carriers:
See "Rules and Regulations of
Carriers."
Charges:

See "Charge."
Combinations of carriers, p. 113.
Commissions:

See "Commissions;" "Interstate and
Foreign Commerce."
Companies, persons, or instrumentali-
ties affected by regulations, p. 26.
Conduct of business in general, p. 30:
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