Plaintiff's decedent, a minor illegally employed, was killed while in the course of employment. As administrator, plaintiff sought to repudiate the award under the Compensation Act. He proceeded with an action at law and obtained a judgment of $20,000. On writ of error, held, judgment reversed without a new trial; the minor, not having elected otherwise, was bound by the terms of the Workmen's Compensation Act. Thomas v. Morton Salt Co., 253 Mich. 613, 235 N.W. 846 (1931).