The defendant operated a parking lot in the business section of the city. There were two entrances and exits, the balance of the lot being enclosed by barriers. B parked his car on the lot, paying twenty-five cents and receiving a ticket which stated: "This ticket must be surrendered when car is taken from lot." Attendants were on duty at all times. It was the custom to leave all cars unlocked and at night to move them near a shack which was occupied by the attendants. The car was stolen, and in a suit against the defendant corporation it was held that its liability was that of a bailee for hire. General Exchange Ins. Corp. v. Service Parking Grounds, Inc., 254 Mich. 1, 235 N.W. 898 (1931).