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379 , as amended by to see how the court can find negligence or lack of ordinary
care on the part of the terAct Cong . June 29 , 1906 , c . 3591 , 8 1 , 34 Stat . minal
carrier as warehouseman . In regard 584 ( U . S . Comp . St . 1916 , § 8563 ) .
Affirmed . there was any contributory negligence on the part of the deceased . I
cannot recall , myself , Kalisch & Kalisch , of Newark , for appel - any testimony in
the case which shows that the lant . Ward & McGinnis . of Paterson . for deceased
68 . a collision with a street car because of the conAt the conclusion of the plaintiff
' s case the tributory negligence of the owner of the auto ambulance or his
employés , the last clear chance defendant offered three prayers ; the first to
This was clearly indicated in Unitof the ambulance was guilty of negligence ed
Railways v . Durham , 117 Md . 197 , 83 Atl . directly contributing to the
happening of the 154 , where it was said that : accident , and that the verdict of
the jury " If ...
the alleged negligence of the appellant in perUnder the facts presented by the
record mitting one of its thoroughfares to be , and remain for a long time , in an
unsafe and in this case , and the rules of law applicable dangerous condition .
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Interesting reading, only because I happened to find a very old spool of copper wire wound on a metal spool, on which was embossed the name WILBUR B DRIVER CO NEWARK N J SPOOL # 1..... looks very much like something I probably acquired during the 1940s when, as a teen ager I was building crystal sets as a hobby and had several spools of wires.. I'll get them together and see if E Bay has any buyers who might be interested in old junk...