SEC. 77-9-267. Where interlocking or other safety device is used trains need not stop before crossing.
Where the main track of two or more railroads shall cross at grade, and the companies owning and operating them shall establish at the crossing an interlocking, derail or other safety device, the public service commission, if satisfied that it is sufficient to protect persons and property from danger at the crossing, may authorize the railroad companies to run their trains over it without stopping at a rate of speed to be fixed by the commission. In such event the companies shall not be liable to any penalty for failing to stop their trains before running them over the crossing.
SOURCES: Codes, 1906, Sec. 4896; Hemingway's 1917, Sec. 7680; 1930, Sec. 7088; 1942, Sec. 7864; Laws, 1896, p. 75; 1908, ch. 90.
SOURCE: 1997 Laws, Chapter 460, Sec. 15, SB2997, Effective July 1, 1997.