SAN FRANCISCO BRIDGE CO v. CHARLES NELSON CO

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District Court of Appeal, First District, Division 1, California.

SAN FRANCISCO BRIDGE CO. v. CHARLES NELSON CO. et al.

Civ. 9407.

Decided: January 17, 1936

Irving H. Frank, Nathan H. Frank, and L. C. Gay, all of San Francisco, for appellants. Lillick, Olson, Levy & Geary and Theodore M. Levy, all of San Francisco, for respondent.

It is ordered that the opinion heretofore filed herein be and the same is hereby modified by striking therefrom the words “Judgment affirmed” at the end of the opinion and by inserting after the word “Griffdu” on the last line of the opinion the following:

Certain articles including an orange peel bucket, etc., were suitable for use and had been used on “the barge.” Other articles, namely, a Fordson tractor valued at $300, a plow valued at $90, and a scraper valued at $90, were not a part of the regular or accessory equipment of the barge. The amount of the judgment is therefore reduced to the sum of $12,020; and, as thus modified, the judgment will stand affirmed, respondent to recover its costs of appeal.

The petition for rehearing is denied.

PER CURIAM.