The defendant became the beneficiary in a life insurance policy by undue influence. The court decree ordered her to pay the proceeds, most of which she had spent, to the plaintiff, the original beneficiary. Upon commitment for contempt in disobedience of the decree the defendant brought habeas corpus. Held, that attachment for contempt for non-compliance with an order to pay money lies only when payment is unenforceable by execution. Since defendant had available his remedy of execution, contempt proceedings were unjustifiable. Klimek v. Borkowski, 259 Mich. 383,243 N. W. 313 (1932).