Plaintiff purchased a meal at defendant's restaurant, in connection with which he was served contaminated drinking water obtained from defendant's well; he became ill from drinking the water. Plaintiff sued on the theory of implied warranty by defendant of the fitness of the water sold under the Uniform Sales Act, and on the ground that the service of the contaminated water in violation of the Ohio Pure Food Law constituted negligence by defendant. Held, plaintiff may recover on either theory. Yochem v. Gloria, Inc., 134 Ohio St. 427, 17 N. E. (2d) 731 (1938).
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