A nine-year old boy, who ran out into the street without looking in both directions, and thus violated a statute, was injured by an automobile the driver of which was allegedly negligent. Held, it is not negligence as a matter of law for a nine-year old boy to step into the street without looking both ways, notwithstanding the penal statute. Michalsky v. Gaertner, 53 Ohio App. yr, 5 N. E. (2d) 181 (1937).

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