2. Any error in excluding evidence which, if relevant, was relevant only with respect to the measure of damages, would not be ground for reversal, in the absence of some other error requiring a reversal of the case, for the reason that the jury having rejected the plaintiff's contention as to liability generally, obviously did not consider the question of damages. Andrew v. Carithers, 124 Ga. 515
(52 SE (653); McBride v. Georgia R. &c. Co., 125 Ga. 515 (54 SE 674)
; Segars v. City of Cornelia, 60 Ga. App. 457 (4 SE2d 60)
; Parsons v. Foshee, 80 Ga. App. 127 (55 SE2d 386)
; Parsons v. Grant, 95 Ga. App. 431 (98 SE2d 219)
; King v. Harmon, 97 Ga. App. 456 (103 SE2d 428)
. The first ground of enumerated error complaining of the refusal of the court to admit in evidence the Carlisle Mortality Table, and the second ground, relating to a portion of the charge respecting an item of damages, under the circumstances of the case, if error, will not require a reversal.
Gambrell, Harlan, Russell & Moye, Edward W. Killorin, George W. Hart, for appellees.