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219.93 STOPPING TRAIN AT CROSSING.

A company operating a railroad shall have all trains on the railroad come to a full stop not less than ten nor more than 60 rods before reaching a railroad junction or crossing at grade, unless stoppage is rendered unnecessary by an interlocking plant or other device approved by the written order of the commissioner or by the court upon appeal.