Moxley v. Pike County, No. 19588.

CourtUnited States State Supreme Court of Missouri
Writing for the CourtBrown
Citation276 Mo. 449,208 S.W. 246
PartiesMOXLEY v. PIKE COUNTY.
Docket NumberNo. 19588.
Decision Date30 December 1918
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9 practice notes
  • Zoll v. St. Louis County, No. 34970.
    • United States
    • United States State Supreme Court of Missouri
    • February 8, 1939
    ...in Reardon v. St. Louis County, was not questioned, but on the contrary was alluded to in terms of approval." Moxley v. Pike County, 276 Mo. 449, 208 S.W. 246, was an action for damages resulting from personal injury. Plaintiff's automobile, driven by himself at night on a public road,......
  • Cochran v. Wilson, No. 21678.
    • United States
    • United States State Supreme Court of Missouri
    • April 7, 1921
    ...was but a reiteration of the doctrine which has been announced in this state since the Reardon Case in 1865. In Moxley v. Pike County, 276 Mo. 449, 208 S. W. 246, this court ruled that a county was not liable for an injury caused by a defective highway. The reasons for the court's ruling ar......
  • State ex rel. Gagnepain v. Daues, No. 29128.
    • United States
    • Missouri Supreme Court
    • March 27, 1929
    ...school, road and levee districts prevails. Absent a special statute, no liability arises against them therefor. Moxley v. Pike County, 276 Mo. 449; Reardon v. St. Louis Co., 36 Mo. 555; Irvineford v. Franklin Co., 73 Mo. 279; Sherwood v. Drainage Dist., 298 Mo. ATWOOD, J. This is a certiora......
  • Sherwood v. Worth County Drainage Dist. No. 1, No. 23446.
    • United States
    • Missouri Supreme Court
    • April 6, 1923
    ...87 S. W. 1195; D. Dist. v. Turney, 235 Mo. 80, 138 S. W. 12; D. Dist. v. Buschling, 270 Mo. 162, 192 S. W. 727; Moxley v. Pike County, 276 Mo. 449, 208 S. W. 246; 28 Cyc. 1256, 1318; Roth v. City of St. Joseph, 184 Mo. App. 26, 147 S. W. 490; Brown v. K. C., 141 Mo. App. 632, 125 S. W. 537;......
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  • Zoll v. St. Louis County, No. 34970.
    • United States
    • United States State Supreme Court of Missouri
    • February 8, 1939
    ...in Reardon v. St. Louis County, was not questioned, but on the contrary was alluded to in terms of approval." Moxley v. Pike County, 276 Mo. 449, 208 S.W. 246, was an action for damages resulting from personal injury. Plaintiff's automobile, driven by himself at night on a public road,......
  • Cochran v. Wilson, No. 21678.
    • United States
    • United States State Supreme Court of Missouri
    • April 7, 1921
    ...was but a reiteration of the doctrine which has been announced in this state since the Reardon Case in 1865. In Moxley v. Pike County, 276 Mo. 449, 208 S. W. 246, this court ruled that a county was not liable for an injury caused by a defective highway. The reasons for the court's ruling ar......
  • State ex rel. Gagnepain v. Daues, No. 29128.
    • United States
    • Missouri Supreme Court
    • March 27, 1929
    ...school, road and levee districts prevails. Absent a special statute, no liability arises against them therefor. Moxley v. Pike County, 276 Mo. 449; Reardon v. St. Louis Co., 36 Mo. 555; Irvineford v. Franklin Co., 73 Mo. 279; Sherwood v. Drainage Dist., 298 Mo. ATWOOD, J. This is a certiora......
  • Sherwood v. Worth County Drainage Dist. No. 1, No. 23446.
    • United States
    • Missouri Supreme Court
    • April 6, 1923
    ...87 S. W. 1195; D. Dist. v. Turney, 235 Mo. 80, 138 S. W. 12; D. Dist. v. Buschling, 270 Mo. 162, 192 S. W. 727; Moxley v. Pike County, 276 Mo. 449, 208 S. W. 246; 28 Cyc. 1256, 1318; Roth v. City of St. Joseph, 184 Mo. App. 26, 147 S. W. 490; Brown v. K. C., 141 Mo. App. 632, 125 S. W. 537;......
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