- A person whose condition entitles him to be carried as a passenger by a common carrier, the carrier having the right to refuse transportation to a person who is disorderly, intoxicated, afflicted with a contagious disease, or in such condition otherwise as to render his presence dangerous to the lives or health of passengers. Bogard v Illinois Central Railroad Co. 144 Ky 649, 139 SW 855.
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