RAILROADS AND OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES
CONSTRUCTION OF RAILROADS
62-204. Crossings and intersections. Whenever the track of one (1) railroad intersects or crosses the track of another railroad, whether the same be a street railroad, wholly within the limits of a city or town, or other railroad, the rails of either or each road must be so cut and adjusted as to permit the passage of the cars on each road with as little obstruction as possible; and in case the persons or corporations owning the railroads cannot agree as to the compensation to be made for cutting and adjusting the rails, the condemnation of the right of way over the one for the use of the other road may be had in proceedings under the Code of Civil Procedure, and the damages assessed and the right of way granted as in other cases.
[(62-204) R.S., sec. 2670; reen. R.C. & C.L., sec. 2806; C.S., sec. 4806; I.C.A., sec. 60-204.]