Secs. 13b-366 to 13b-374. (Formerly Secs. 16-182 to 16-190). Trains to stop before crossing drawbridge or railroad. Interference with navigation. Drawbridges. Passing switches, stations and crossings without stopping; forfeiture. Platforms for shipment of livestock. Hospital stretchers. Hours of labor of telegraph and telephone operators and train dispatchers. Passenger car regulations. Heating and lighting cars. (1360)(1-click HTML)
Sections 13b-366 to 13b-374, inclusive, are repealed, effective October 1, 2002. (1361)
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