In the law bailments, one made by the accidental leaving or placing of personal property in · the possession of another, without negligence on the part of the owner, or, in cases of fire, ship­wreck, inundation, riot, insurrection, or the like extraordinary emergencies, by the owner of personal property committing it out of necessity to the care of any person.

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Black’s Law Dictionary, 3rd Edition, page 1008:

INVOLUNTARY DEPOSIT. In the law bailments, one made by the accidental leaving or placing of personal property in · the possession of another, without negligence on the part of the owner, or, in cases of fire, ship­wreck, inundation, riot, insurrection, or the like extraordinary emergencies, by the owner of personal property committing it out of necessity to the care of any person. Civ. Code S. D. 19.03, § 1354 (Rev. Codes 1919, § 971).

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