Plaintiff and defendant were competitors in the laundry business. While plaintiff was collecting laundry a dispute arose between him and defendant's driver over the right to certain laundry of which plaintiff had taken possession. The driver undertook to obtain it from plaintiff by force and assaulted him. Suit was brought against the laundry company as principal. Held, though arising out of the business, the assault was outside the scope of employment so defendant was not liable. Morin v. Wet Wash Laundry Company (N. H. 1931) 156 Atl. 499.