Plaintiff parked her car at defendant's parking lot, paying the required fee and leaving the key in the car. The plaintiff testified that this was done at the attendant's request, and this testimony was not directly controverted. The attendant left the lot about midnight, and some time after that time the car was stolen. Held, that a bailment existed, and that the plaintiff had set up a prima facie case of liability on the part of the bailee for failing to exercise due care. Auto Ins. Co. v. Syndicate Parking Co., 58 Ohio App. 148, 16 N. E. (2d) 239 (1937).
M. D. Blackwell,
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