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[References are to Sections.] TRESPASSER ON CARRIER'S VEHICLE,

extent of duty of carrier to trespassers on his vehicle, 3302.
carrier owes trespasser no more than ordinary care, 3303.
care required in expelling trespasser from carrier's vehicle, 3304.
expulsion of brakemen, 3305.
authority of brakemen to expel, 3305.
cases holding carrier liable for expulsion of trespassers by brake-

men, 3306.
carrier liable for negligent or wanton injuries special to trespasser,

3307, 3308.
rule in case of bare licensees, 3309.
rule in case of trespassing children, 3310.
injuries to children from climbing upon cars, 3311.
ejecting boys stealing rides, 3312.
injuries to for which carrier has been exonerated, 3313.
cases where company was held liable for injuries to, 3314.
duty after discovering trespasser in place of peril, 3315.
contributory negligence of the trespasser no justification for injur-

ing him willfully or wantonly, 3316.
who deemed to be, 3319.
persons wrongfully inducing conductor, fireman, etc., to let them

ride free, 3320.
persons riding by invitation, courtesy or permission of the con-

ductor, or other servant of the carrier, 3321.
persons riding by invitation or permission of conductor, who are

not deemed trespassers, 3322.

persons procuring passage by means of fraud, 3323. TRESPASSER ON STREET CAR,

who regarded as, 3540. TRESPASSES,

See MALICIOU'S TORTS COMMITTED UPON PASSENGERS. TRESPASSING CHILDREN,

forcing or frightening off street cars while in motion, 3534. TRANSFER COMPANY,

whether a carrier or agent of carrier, 3367. TRANSFER TICKETS,

limitation of time in those of street car company, 3554. TRANSFERS,

rights to on tickets, 2593, 2594.
given to street railway passengers, 2595.

U ULTRA VIRES,

contract to carry beyond own line is not, 3350. UNAUTHORIZED PERSON,

starting street car on signal of, 3523. UNFORESEEN CAUSE,

liability for accident caused by, 2802.

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[References are to Sections.] UNLAWFUL ARREST,

liability for allowing passenger to be unlawfully arrested, 3279. UNLAWFUL EJECTION,

See EJECTION OF PASSENGERS. USAGE,

effect of on regulations of carrier, 3116.

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VALIDITY OF VARIOUS POLICE REGULATIONS,

regulations releasing carrier from the high degree of care imposed

on him by law, 3119.
separation of passengers according to sex, 3120,
classification of passengers according to color, 3121.
whether interstate carriers may classify passengers according to

color, 3122.
how question of classification affected by the late Civil Rights

law, 3123.
statutory prohibition under which such separation unlawful, 3124.
colored passengers entitled to equal accommodations with white

passenger, 3125.
what are equal accommodations when allotted to colored passengers,

3126.
right of colored passenger to damages for the refusal of equal

accommodations with white passengers, 3127.
ejecting colored passengers from waiting-rooms or cars set apart

for white passengers, 3128.
excluding “runners,” peddlers, hotel managers, etc., from carrier's

vehicles and premises, 3129.
excluding idlers, hackmen, etc., from carrier's premises, 3130.
excluding drunken persons from platforms of street cars, 3131.
prohibiting passengers from riding on the platforms of the cars,

3132.
preventing passengers from boarding train while in motion, 3133.
prohibiting passengers from wearing uniform of rival company,

3134.
preventing passengers from stopping and taking off their baggage

at intermediate stations, 3135.
regulations which have been held void, 3137.

interpretation of various regulations, 3138. VEHICLES OF CARRIER,

who may be expelled from, 3129, 3130.
duty to protect alighting passengers from contact with, 3529.

duty of stage and hackney proprietors as to, 3627.
See NEGLIGENCE IN FAILING TO PROVIDE A SAFE VEHICLE AND ROADWAY.
VEHICLES ON STREET,

street cars colliding with, 3505. VIOLENCE, duty to protect passengers from,

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[References are to Sections.]

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WAITING-ROOMS,

when to be kept open, 2611.
statutes concerning, 2612.
duty to provide for passenger, 2683.
ejecting colored passengers from, 3128.

right to expel persons from, 3241. WANTON ACTS,

liability for those of servant, 3174. WANTON INJURIES,

See WILLFUL INJURIES.
WAREHOUSEMAN,

when carrier only liable as for baggage, 3449.,
liability as for loss of baggage, 3452.

measure of care required of, 3453. WARNINGS,

injuries caused by erroneous ones, 2850.
duty to give to stockmen, 2917.
duty of stage and hackney proprietors to give to passengers, 3634.

duty to give to passengers on vessels, 3667. WARNING TO PASSENGERS,

See DUTY OF CARRIER TO WARN AND ASSIST PASSENGERS. WARRANT,

liability for arrest without, 3280. WASHOUTS,

caused by extraordinary storms, 2798.

liability for accidents caused by, 2799. WATER,

See CARRIERS OF PASSENGERS BY WATER. WHARVES,

duty of carriers by water as to, 2715.
WHEN RELATION OF CARRIER AND PASSENGER SUBSISTS,

how relation created, 2633.
who deemed a passenger, 2634.
persons on carrier's vehicle presumed to be passengers, 2635.
who not deemed a passenger, 2636.
who not deemed a trespasser, 2637.
point of time when relation begins, 2638-2640.
status of passenger not created by mere preparation to become

passenger, 2641.
status of passenger as dependent upon payment of fare, 2642, 2643.
effect of non-payment of fare, 2644.
prepayment of fare not necessary to constitute one a passenger on

street car, 2645.
persons riding gratuitously with the invitation or consent of the

carrier, 2646.

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[References are to Sections.] WHEN RELATION OF CARRIER AND PASSENGER SUBSISTS—Con.

who a passenger for hire, 2647.
stockdrovers, 2648.
mail agents and postal clerks, 2649.
soldiers transported under contracts with the Government, 2650.
express messengers, 2651.
express messengers learning the run, 2652.
persons employed on private car, 2653.
when employés of the carrier deemed servants, 2654.
when employés of the carrier deemed passengers, 2655.
employés of sleeping car companies, 2656.
persons en aged in business on the carrier's vehicle, 2657.
persons attending passengers arriving or departing, 2658.
passenger temporarily absent from carrier's vehicle, 2659, 2660.
persons on board trains delayed by accidents, 2661.
status of person carried beyond destination while being brought

back, 2662.
when relation terminates, 2663, 2664.
when relation terminates in case of passengers on street cars, 2665.
who deemed passengers on freight trains, 2666, 2669.
idlers and spectators upon the carrier's premises, 2670.
person riding in improper place on carrier's vehicle, 2671.
persons riding on hand cars, 2672.
passengers riding upon the wrong train, 2673.
duty of carrier to guard against injury to strangers who are not

trespassers, 2674.

burden of proof to show that person is not a passenger, 2675. WILLFUL ACTS,

liability for those of servant, 3174. WILLFUL INJURIES,

liability to trespasser for, 3307, 3308,
contributory negligence no defense to action for, 3316.

WILLFUL MISCONDUCT,

how-affects contract against liability for negligence, 3332. WILLFULNESS,

See MALICIOUS TORTS COMMITTED UPON PASSENGER.
WINDOW OF CAR,

whether company bound to put barriers up at, 2975.
negligence to ride with arm, head or body out of, 2972.
negligence in riding with arm out of, 3581.

negligence in putting head out of, 3582. WINDOW SILL,

riding with hand or arm on, 2976.. WITNESSES,

competency of in action for lost baggage, 3467.

WOMEN,

negligence of in leaping from moving train, 3016.

[References are to Sections.] WRONG ROUTE,

duty to warn passengers against taking, 2844. WRONG SIDE,

negligence in alighting on, 3045, 3046. WRONG TRAIN,

passenger injured by getting on, 3006.
ejection of person who has got upon, 3228.

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