Defendant mill maintained a free parking lot for its employees. The lot was enclosed, having one gate which was under constant surveillance by defendant's private policeman and kept closed except for short periods during shift changes. During a shift change, plaintiff, an employee of defendant, parked his automobile in the lot, removing and retaining the keys. While plaintiff was working in the mill, the watchman on duty at the gate admitted certain persons to the lot and allowed them to remove plaintiff's car. Held, two judges dissenting, this was a bailment for mutual benefit. Goodyear Clearwarter Mills v. Wheeler, (Ga. App. 1948) 49 S.E. (2d) 184.

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