4951.23 Interurban railroad may contract for use of tracks in cities.

When an interurban railroad company is incorporated and organized under the laws of this state for the purpose of building, acquiring, owning, leasing, operating, and maintaining a railroad to be operated by electricity or other motive power from one municipal corporation or point in this state to another municipal corporation or point in this state, it may agree with a street railway company owning or operating a street railway in such municipal corporation that its passenger cars may be run and propelled over and along the tracks of such street railway company on such terms as may be agreed upon, in the manner, upon the conditions, and for the length of time that the cars owned or operated by such street railway company are operated in such municipal corporation.

Cite as R.C. § 4951.23

History. Effective Date: 10-01-1953