The hirer’s duties as to custody and safekeeping correspond substantially with the duties owed by a custodian for reward1, for in each case the bailment is for mutual benefit. The hirer must take reasonable care of the goods, such care being measured by all the circumstances2. He is answerable for the negligence of his employees in the course of their employment3, and for theft or other deliberate wrongs committed by those of his employees to whom he has entrusted the goods for the purpose of
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