The defendant was the owner of a gravel pit, separated from his railway shipping facilities by a highway, the fee of a portion of which was owned by the plaintiff. A bill was filed to restrain the construction under the highway of a passageway between the railroad and the gravel pit, permission for which construction had been granted by the state highway commissioner. The bill was dismissed, and on appeal, held, by an evenly-divided court, that the judgment be affirmed. Grand Rapids Gravel Co. v. William J. Breen Gravel Co., 262 Mich. 365, 247 N. W. 902 (1933).
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