ST. LOUIS & S. F. R. CO. v. POLLARD

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ST. LOUIS & S. F. R. CO. v. POLLARD
1911 OK 283
116 P. 784
29 Okla. 330
Case Number: 2368
Decided: 07/11/1911
Supreme Court of Oklahoma

ST. LOUIS & S. F. R. CO.
v.
POLLARD et al.

Syllabus

¶0 RAILROADS--Train Service--Interstate Commerce. Reversed on the authority of St. L. & S. F. R. Co. v. Reynolds et al., 26 Okla. 804, 110 P. 668.

Appeal from the State Corporation Commission.

From an order of E. Pollard and others and the State Corporation Commission, the St. Louis & San Francisco Railroad Company brings error. Reversed.

W. F. Evans and R. A. Kleinschmidt, for plaintiff in error
Chas. West, Atty. Gen., and Chas. L. Moore, Asst. Atty. Gen., for defendants in error

KANE, J.

¶1 This is an appeal from an order of the Corporation Commission requiring the railway company to stop its interstate trains Nos. 5 and 6 on flag at the station of Cameron. An identical order relating to the same town was reversed by this court in St. L. & S. F. R. R. Co. v. Reynolds et al., 26 Okla. 804, 110 P. 668. As there is no material difference between the facts considered at that time and those disclosed by the present record, the order now involved must also be reversed.

¶2 It is so ordered.

¶3 TURNER, C. J., and DUNN and HAYES, JJ., concur; WILLIAMS, J., disqualified and not participating.