The opinion of the court was delivered by: MCILVAINE
In keeping with the remand of the Court of Appeals, 245 F.2d 918, further proceedings were held and upon the rehearing we find the jurisdictional amount and find the facts as follows:
1. Liberty Mutual Insurance Company issued its Schedule General Liability Policy No. LN8-100173-52-Pa. to Ben Kaufman, trading as Prince Distributing Ben Kaufman, trading as Prince Distributing 1952, and expiring August 14, 1955, a true and correct copy of which policy is attached to plaintiff's complaint in declaratory judgment, and marked Exhibit 'A'.
2. Continental Casualty Company issued its Comprehensive Automobile Liability Policy No. CCA5182890 to Ben Kaufman, trading as Prince Distributing Company, effective October 6, 1953, and expiring October 6, 1954, a true and correct copy of which policy is attached to plaintiff's amended complaint and marked Exhibit 'B'.
4. Thereafter, the defendant filed a complaint to join as additional defendants, Anthony Tumola and Alexander Colaizzi, individually and trading and doing business as Hoeveler Grill.
5. Ben Kaufman, trading as Prince Distributing Company, reported the alleged accident involving Mrs. Florence McClester to Continental Casualty Company on June 11, 1954, which company by its attorneys caused an appearance to be entered in behalf of the defendant, Ben Kaufman, subject however to a reservation of its rights under its policy.
6. Thereafter, on or about February 4, 1955, the said Ben Kaufman reported the aforesaid accident and claim to Liberty Mutual Insurance Company.
7. At the time of the alleged accident involving Florence McClester, one Francis Hoover was employed by Ben Kaufman as truck driver and Meyer Eismann as truck driver's helper and both were then and there engaged as the agent, servant, and employee of Ben Kaufman within the course and scope of their employment.
8. At the said time a truck owned by Ben Kaufman was parked on Hoeveler Street at or near the curbing in front of or adjacent to the sidewalk cellar entrance to the basement of Hoeveler Grill.
9. The said truck was one of the vehicles described in the declarations forming a part of the insurance policy issued to Ben Kaufman by Continental Casualty Company.
10. The sidewalk cellar entrance involved consisted of two doors, substantially level with the sidewalk, extending approximately four feet from the building line toward the curb, hinged on the outside and meeting at the center line of the opening when closed.
11. A barrel of beer was removed from the body of the said truck by Meyer Eismann, and placed upon the sidewalk at a point between the curb and the sidewalk entrance to Hoeveler Grill basement.
12. After depositing the barrel of beer on the sidewalk, Meyer Eismann entered the basement of Hoeveler Grill by another entrance, unlocked the said sidewalk cellar doors from the inside, and was in the act of opening or beginning to open the ...