Warehouse Act: An Act to Create and Regulate Public Warehouses, and the Warehousing, Shipping, Weighing, and Inspection of Grain

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State journal Company, 1891 - Warehouses - 23 pages
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Page 7 - ... be punished by a fine of not less than one hundred ($100) dollars nor more than five hundred ($500...
Page 18 - Warehouse receipts for property stored in any class of public warehouses, as herein described, shall be transferable by the indorsement of the party to whose order such receipt may be issued, and such indorsement shall be deemed a valid transfer of the property represented by such receipt, and may be made either in blank or to the order of another.
Page 21 - States of competent jurisdiction in the district in which such offense was committed, shall be punished for each offense by a fine of not less than one hundred dollars and not more than one thousand dollars.
Page 14 - No public warehouseman shall be held responsible for any loss or damage to property by fire, while in his custody, provided reasonable care and vigilance be exercised to protect and preserve the same...
Page 9 - ... for a particular lot shall cover that lot and no more. In cases where a part of the grain represented by the receipt is delivered out of store and the remainder is left, a new receipt may be issued for such remainder ; but...
Page 7 - ... warehouse, and the individual name of each person interested as owner or principal in the management of the same ; or, if the warehouse be owned or managed by a corporation, the names of the president, secretary and treasurer of such corporation shall be stated ; and the said license shall give authority to carry on and conduct the business of a public warehouse...
Page 21 - ... one hundred dollars or by imprisonment for not more than thirty days, or both, in the discretion of the court.
Page 6 - State having not less than one hundred thousand inhabitants, "in which grain is stored in bulk, and in which the grain of different owners is mixed together, or in which grain is stored in such a manner that the identity of different lots or parcels cannot be accurately preserved.
Page 17 - In case any owner or consignee of grain shall be dissatisfied with the inspection of any lot of grain, or shall from any cause, desire to receive his property without its passing into store, he shall be at liberty to have the same withheld from going into any public warehouse (whether the property may have...
Page 8 - ... and that it is deliverable upon the return of the receipt, properly endorsed by the person to whose order it was issued and the payment of proper charges for storage.

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