The plaintiff, a 15-year-old boy, was employed by the manager of the defendant's store in delivering merchandise and in peddling bills. One cold day the manager asked the plaintiff to accompany him in the truck and deliver orders. Despite the boy's objection that it was "too stormy," the manager told him that he must go, that he would not have time to go home after warmer clothing, that he would be gone but a short time, and that "he would be all right." As a result of this trip, the plaintiff became seriously ill and now sues for damages on the ground of negligence. Held, the plaintiff can recover. La Pointe v. Chevrette, 264 Mich. 482, 250 N. W. 272 (1933).