An ordinance of the city of Detroit regulated trailer camps in part by requiring the consent of sixty-five per cent of the adjoining property owners before a permit would issue, and by forbidding the parking of occupied trailers in any camp or camps for more than ninety accumulated days in any twelve-months' period. Plaintiff camp owner sought to restrain enforcement of the restrictions. Held, that as to both the consent and the ninety-day provisions, the ordinance is a valid and reasonable exercise of the police power. Cady v. City of Detroit, 289 Mich. 499, 286 N. W. 805 (1939).
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