In all actions against common carriers for injury or damage done to livestock while
in transit, proof that the injury inflicted or damage done was inflicted or done to
the livestock while in transit, shall be prima facie evidence of the want of reasonable
skill and care on the part of the common carrier, their agents and employees in handling
the shipment of livestock so injured or damaged.
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