L. A. No. 21508
37 Cal. 2d 274; 231 P.2d 816; 1951
A verdict was proper because evidence was sufficient to infer that a college student was acting as an agent of a military school at the time he took the student, and there was substantial evidence to conclude that he negligently operated the car.
Carter, Jesse W., "Brokaw v. Black-Foxe Military Institute" (1951). Jesse Carter Opinions. Paper 422.