1. "The relation of the owner of an automobile and the owner of the garage in which the automobile is stored is that of bailor and bailee. Such bailee is bound to use ordinary care for the safe-keeping and return of the automobile." Code 12-403. This Code section being a part of the originally adopted Code of 1933 has the force and effect of a statute enacted by the General Assembly of this State. Ga. L. 1935, p. 84. This Code section must be given effect by the courts as a part of the substantive law of this State. Sirota v. Kay Homes, Inc., 208 Ga. 113
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2. Under the foregoing principles, where the plaintiff's petition alleges in substance and effect that the plaintiff, owner of an automobile, entered into an oral contract with the defendant, the operator of a garage for the storing and servicing of automobiles, whereby for a consideration therein agreed upon plaintiff stored his automobile in the defendant's garage, the allegations were sufficient to show that under Code 12-403 the relation of bailor-bailee was created as between the plaintiff and the defendant notwithstanding that the facts alleged were insufficient to show that the relation of bailor and bailee was created under generally recognized principles of the law of bailments. Code 12-101 and 12-102; Atlantic C. L. R. Co. v. Baker, 118 Ga. 809 (1) (45 SE 673).
4. The trial court erred in sustaining the general demurrer and in dismissing the petition.