CANGCO vs MANILA RAILROAD

13 08 2011

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Republic of the Philippines
SUPREME COURT
Manila

 

EN BANC

 

DECISION

October 14, 1918

G.R. No. L-12191
JOSE CANGCO, plaintiff-appellant,
vs.
MANILA RAILROAD CO., defendant-appellee.

Ramon Sotelo for appellant.
Kincaid & Hartigan for appellee.

Fisher, J.:

At the time of the occurrence which gave rise to this litigation the plaintiff, Jose Cangco, was in the employment of Manila Railroad Company in the capacity of clerk, with a monthly wage of P25. He lived in the pueblo of San Mateo, in the province of Rizal, which is located upon the line of the defendant railroad company; and in coming daily by train to the company’s office in the city of Manila where he worked, he used a pass, supplied by the company, which entitled him to ride upon the company’s trains free of charge. Upon the occasion in question, January 20, 1915…

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