Minneapolis St. Railway Company v. Emmons
Action brought in a state court of Minnesota by Henry G. Emmons against the Minneapolis & St. Louis Railway Company to recover damages resulting from defendant's failure to fence its tracks through plaintiff's lands. There was a verdict and judgment for plaintiff, and the judgment was affirmed in the supreme court of the state. 42 N. W. Rep. 789. Defendant brings error. Affirmed.
The cause was twice before the supreme court of the state before the entry of the judgment now sought to be reviewed. See 29 N. W. Rep. 202, and 36 N. W. Rep. 340.
Albert E. Clarke, for plaintiff in error.
Edward J. Hill, for defendant in error.
Mr. Justice FIELD delivered the opinion of the court.
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