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TABLE OF CONTENTS.
DEFINITION OF A BILL OF LADING-ITS KIND, CONTENTS, PARTIES
§ 29. Neither the shipper nor consignee
§ 19. Effect of a bill receipting for goods bound by the statement of quantity.
§ 30. Effect of the statement of quantity
§ 20. Misdescription by shipper induc- on the burden of proof.
ing less degree of care.
§ 31. “Quantity guaranteed” and sim-
$ 21. Instances of misdescription. ilar provisions.
22. Further instances.
§ 32. Effect of the qualification
EFFECT OF QUALIFYING CLAUSES, "CONTENTS UNKNOWN,”
“WEIGHT UNKNOWN,” ETC.
A BILL OF LADING IS A CONTRACT-RULES OF CONSTRUCTION.
§ 83. Usage as to course of voyage. $ 88, Custom as to stowage continued.
$ 93, 94. Decisions in other States. § 99. “The law of the court."
liability as laid down by the Federal $ 118. Rule in Louisiana.
$ 119. Rule in Maine.
§ 105. Rule in Alabama.
$ 120. Rule in Maryland.
106. Rule in Arkansas.
$ 121. Rule in Massachusetts.
§ 107. Rule in California.
§ 122. Rule in Michigan.
$ 108. Rule in Colorado.
§ 123. Rule in Minnesota.
$ 109. Rule in Connecticut.
$ 124. Rule in Mississippi.
$ 110. Rule in Dakota.
§ 125. Rule in Missouri.
g 111. Rule in Delaware and Florida. § 126. Rule in Nebraska.
ACCEPTANCE OF THE BILL IS ASSENT TO ITS TERMS.
EXECUTION OR ACCEPTANCE OF THE BILL BY AN AGENT OF THE
SHIPPER, OR OF THE CARRIER.
ing goods to the carrier to bind the agent as to the manner of shipping,
is the knowledge of the shipper.