Monday was the day set for the hearing of the petition of the American Type Founders company and the American Electrotype company, for an accounting from Receiver Johnson of the Ann Arbor Printing Co., but Mr. Johnson did not put in an appearanee. j Instead he flled a demurrer to the ! tion, through Attorneys A. J. Sawyer j & 'Son, claiming among other tilinga that: ",Said petition does not show that said petitioner, or the persons or corporations he pretenda to represent, are entitled to be paid out of the assets of: said Ann Arbor Printing company, now or at any other time in the hands of said receiver. "ïliat said petition does not show j or charge that said receiver owed a duty to ïnake any report or file any statement showing how much money j he had received and paid out, or how much the receipts of said business had been, or how much the expenses of i eondneting and carrying on the same had been at the time of flling said petition. "That the said petition is not properly entitled. "Xeither the law nor the order of the ! court requires the receiver to sell the plan, as prayed for in said petition." The demurrer has not yet been passed upon by Judge Kinne, and it remains to be seen whether or not it will be sustained.