Supreme Court of Canada
Ogawa v. Fujiwara,  S.C.R. 170
Ogawa v. Fujiwara
1937: February 17
Present: Duff C.J. and Rinfret, Crocket, Kerwin and Hudson JJ.
ON APPEAL FROM THE COURT OF APPEAL FOR BRITISH COLUMBIA
Motor vehicles—Acts in emergencies—Negligent cutting in by defendant—Plaintiff's use of accelerator instead of brake.
ing the plaintiffs' action for damages arising out of an automobile accident, the defendant being found negligent in cutting in sharply in front of the plaintiff's car immediately after passing it.
On the appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada, after hearing the argument of counsel for the appellant, the Court, without calling in counsel for the respondent, delivered judgment orally dismissing the appeal with costs, the Chief Justice, for the Court, stating that there was no reason to disagree with the finding of the trial judge.
Appeal dismissed with costs.
Alfred Bull K.C. for the appellant.
C. H. Locke K.C. for the respondent.