Defendant contracted to haul cars belonging to a circus under a stipulation that it was not to be liable for injury or damage resulting from the negligence of its employees. Plaintiff, who had made an employment contract with the circus, releasing them and the defendant from liability for injury to him, was injured in a collision caused by the negligence of the defendant's servant. Held, the defendant could not contract against liability for injury caused by its wilful and wanton negligence and was therefore liable. Sabol v. Chicago & N. W. Ry. (Mich. 1931) 238 N. W. 281.

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