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" Knowledge by any employee injured, of the defective or unsafe character or condition of any machinery, ways or appliances, shall be no defense to an action for injury caused thereby, except as to conductors or engineers in charge of dangerous or unsafe... "
Southern Reporter - Page 215
1902
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The Federal Reporter: Cases Argued and Determined in the ..., Volumes 179-180

Law reports, digests, etc - 1910
...different departments of labor, within the meaning of this section; knowledge by any such railroad employe Injured, of the defective or unsafe character or condition of any machinery, ways, appliances or structures, shall be no defense to an action for injury caused thereby." After providing...
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The American and English Railroad Cases: A Collection of All Cases in the ...

Lawrence Lewis, Adelbert Hamilton, John Houston Merrill, William Mark McKinney, James Manford Kerr, John Crawford Thomson - Railroad law - 1883
...character or condition of machinery, ways or appliances, shall be no defence to an action for injuries caused thereby, except as to conductors or engineers...unsafe cars or engines, voluntarily operated by them." Held, that this secion practically destroys the defence of contributory negligence by an employé using...
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The Southeastern Reporter, Volume 32

Law reports, digests, etc - 1899
...for their death: that knowledge of any employe of the defective or unsafe condition of ways, etc., shall be no defense to an action for injury caused thereby, except as to conductors and engineers voluntarily operating unsafe cars or engines; and that any contract, express or implied,...
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Journal of the Proceedings of the Constitutional Convention, of the State of ...

Mississippi. Constitutional Convention - Constitutional conventions - 1890 - 757 pages
...another train of cars, or one engaged about a different piece of work, and knowledge by any employee injured, of the defective or unsafe character or condition...unsafe cars or engines, voluntarily operated by them ; and this section shall not be construed to deprive any employee of a corporation, or his legal or...
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The Law of the Master's Liability for Injuries to Servant

William Francis Bailey - Employers' liability - 1894 - 647 pages
...train of cars, or one engaged about a different piece of work. Knowledge of an employe" injured by the defective or unsafe character or condition of any machinery, ways, or appliances shall not be a defense to an action for injury caused thereby, except as to conductors or engineers in charge...
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Bulletin of the Department of Labor, Volume 2, Issues 8-13

Labor - 1897
...rest of the constitution iu 1890, and contained the following language: "Knowledge by any employee injured of the defective or unsafe character or condition...caused thereby, except as to conductors or engineers iu charge of dangerous or unsafe cars or engines voluntarily operated by them." The accident occurred...
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Bulletin of the Department of Labor, Issue 16, Parts 74-76

Labor - 1908
...with dispatching trains or transmitting telegraphic or telephonic orders. Knowledge by an employee injured of the defective or unsafe character or condition of any machinery, ways, appliances, or structures of such corporation shall not of itself be a bar to recovery for any injury...
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Report

Connecticut. Bureau of Labor Statistics - Connecticut - 1896
...on another train of cars, or one engaged about a different piece of work. Knowledge by any employee injured of the defective or unsafe character or condition...unsafe cars or engines voluntarily operated by them. When death ensues from any injury to employees, the legal or personal representatives of the person...
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Bulletin of the Department of Labor, Volume 1, Issues 1-7

Labor - 1896
...condition of any machinery, ways or appliances, or for the improper loading of cars, shall not be a defense to an action for injury caused thereby, except...voluntarily operated by them. Where death ensues from an injury to an employee an action may be brought in the name of the widow of such employee for the...
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Labor Laws of the United States

United States. Bureau of Labor - Labor laws and legislation - 1896 - 1383 pages
...on another train of cars, or one engaged about a different pieceof work. Knowledge by any employee injured, of the defective or unsafe character or condition of any machinery, ways, or appliances, shall bo no defense to an action for injury caused thereby, except as to conductors or engineers in charge...
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