Michigan Central Railroad Company v. Michigan Southern Railroad Company
United States Supreme Court
MICHIGAN CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY v. MICHIGAN SOUTHERN RAILROAD COMPANY
THIS case was brought up from the Supreme Court of the State of Michigan, by a writ of error issued under the twenty-fifth section of the judiciary act.
The case is fully stated in the opinion of the court.
Mr. Walker moved to dismiss the writ of error for want of jurisdiction, which motion was sustained by himself in argument, and opposed by Mr. Joy on behalf of the plaintiffs in error.
Mr. Justice GRIER delivered the opinion of the court.
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