The plaintiffs, whose regular occupation was that of farming, were under a contract to move a house. The claimant, employed by the plaintiffs to assist in the undertaking (it does not appear whether he was regularly employed by them as a farmhand), was injured when a bridge, over which the house was being moved, fell into the river. Held, the injury was not compensable under the Workmen's Compensation Act since the employment was not "in the course of a trade, business, profession, or occupation'' of the employers. Vandervort v. Industrial Commission (Wis. 1931) 234 N.W. 492.