Plaintiff was the assignee of a conditional sales contract for an automobile purchased by defendant, a minor. The contract contained a provision that the car should not be used in connection with any violation of any state or federal law. The defendant was apprehended by federal officers while using the car for the illegal transportation of liquor. The car was seized and later forfeited, and the plaintiff brought a tort action for the conversion of the car. Held, the infancy of the conditional buyer was no defense to an action for conversion by a wilful, illegal use. Vermont Acceptance Corp. v. Wiltshire (Vt. 1931) 153 Atl. 199.