Plaintiff sought to recover for damages to its business resulting from the failure of defendant company to list plaintiff's main office and number and the incorrect listing of plaintiff's branch office in the 1928 telephone directory plaintiff being a subscriber to defendant's service. The contract of service contained a clause providing that defendant shall not be liable "for damages arising from errors or omissions in the making up or printing of its directory." The court held that in the absence of any showing of gross negligence or wilful misconduct; there was no liability for the omission and error. Hamilton Employment Service, Inc. v. New York Telephone Co., Court of Appeals (N. Y.) 1930, New York Law Jour., Nov. 10, 1930.