Plaintiff denied the constitutionality of a statute declaring every settlement of a personal injury claim, retainer, or employment contract, made while the person injured is under disability from the effect of the injury, or within thirty days after the date of the injury, voidable at the option of the injured party within six months after the date of the injury. Held, that such a statute is constitutional, being neither a deprivation of property without due process of law nor a denial of the equal protection of the law. Peterson v. Panovitz, (N. D. 1932) 243 N. W. 798.