The Vermont Statutes Online
Subchapter 007 : Operating Railroads(Cite as: 5 V.S.A. § 3723)
§ 3723. Ejectment of passenger from train
When a passenger in a train refuses to pay his or her fare or toll or to comply with the reasonable regulations of the corporation for the government of passengers, or is disorderly or intoxicated, the conductor of the train and the employees of the corporation may put him or her out of the cars at the nearest regular station on such railroad, causing the train to be stopped for that purpose. Conductors, agents, employees, or other officials of a railroad corporation shall not forcibly eject or cause to be ejected or put out of a train any passenger for nonpayment of fare or for being disorderly or intoxicated, except at a regular station on such railroad.