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proceedings, p. 397.
Liabilitv of purchaser for short-
age or inferiority of ship-
ment, p. 393.
Notice that payment to drawee

unauthorized, p. 392.
Notice that payment to drawer

unauthorized, p. 392.
Recording papers, p. 390.
Rights against carrier, p. 393.
Rights against third persons, p.

393.
Rights and title of purchaser, p.

390.
Right to sue for purchase price
or for conversion of goods, p.
393.
Transfer of bill of lading with
bill of exchange attached, p.
390.
Warranty, p. 394.
Rights and liabilities as to carriers,
p. 376:
Efifect of custom of carrier, p.

379.
Explanation of alteration in bill,
p. 380.
Rights and liabilities as to con-
signee, p. 382:
Claim for advances to con-
signor, p. 382.
In general, p. 382.
Liability to consignee on con-
tract of consignor, p. 383.
Rights and liabilities as to con-
signor, p. 380.
Rights and liabilities as to third
persons, p. 383:
Against subsequent purchaser

of goods, p. 383.
Against vendor of consignor, p.

383.
Generally, p. 383.
Subsequent attachments, p. 384.
Subsequent Hens, p. 384.
Rights of holder generally, p. 371.
Sale or payment of draft with bill

of lading attached, p. 366.
Statement showing title of con-
signor attached to bill, p. 372.
Title of holder, p. 371.
Title same as that acquired by
transfer of goods themselves, p.
372.
Transferability or assignability, p.
360.



BILL OF LADING, cont'd.
Transfer, cont'd.

Triplicate bills, p. 400.
Transfer by indorsement and delivery:
Effect of indorsement and delivery,

p. 369.
General rule, p. 364.
Necessity and sufficiency of indorse-
ment or assignment, p. 365.
Necessity for delivery of bill, p. 366.
Usages and customs, pp. 328, 377, 379,
3882:
Custom as to right of inspection

and rejection, p. 329.

Evidence of usage in general, p. 328.

Issuance of bills of lading where

goods have not been received, p.

313.

To vary or contradict express terms

of bill of lading, p. 328.
Usages as to stowage, p. 329.
Validity, pp. 326, 3881.
Value:

Stipulations as to value, p. 354.
Warehouses and warehousemen:

Evidence of carrier's liability as

warehouseman, p. 355.
When carrier incurs liability of
warehousemen, p. 360.
Warranty, p. 3884:

As evidence or warranty of title or

ownership, p. 348.
Bill of lading not conclusive as to

condition of freight, p. 828.
Effect as warranty of quality, p.
343:
General rule, p. 343.
Recital that contents unknown,

p. 343.
Recital that "contents unknown
and in apparent good order,"
p. 345.
Warranty of title of shipper, p. 348.
When liability begins, p. 291.
Writing, p. 302.

BILLS, NOTES AND CHECKS

Draft with bill of lading attached:

See "Draft."
Stoppage in transitu:

Acceptance of bills or notes, p.

1210.
Negotiation of bills or notes, p.
1244.

BLANKS

Bills of lading, p. 327.

BLIND

Contributory negligence:

Degree of care required of blind
persons, p. 2121.

BLIND BILLS OF LADING, p. 302.

BLOCKADE

Charges:

Intent to evade blockade or revenue
laws, p. 1146.

BOARDING CAR

See "Carriers of Passengers."



INDEX.



4099



BOARD OF HEALTH

Dead bodies:

Duty to transport where rule of
board of health not complied
with, p. 1252.

BONA FIDE HOLDERS

See "Bills of Lading."
BOYCOTTS

Duty to receive and carry, p. 250.
BRAKEMAN

Ejection of passengers:

See "Ejection of Passengers."

BRAKES

Carriers of passengers, p. 1827.
BREAKAGE

Limitation of liability, pp. 956, 1021.

BRIDGES

Interstate and foreign commerce, pp.
3468, 3615:
Power of congress to authorize con-
struction of bridges, p. 3450.
Power of state, p. 3473.
Taxation, p. 3587.

BROKERS

See "Ticket Brokers."

BURDEN OF PROOF

See "Presumptions and Burden of
Proof."

CABLE CARS

Carriers of passengers, p. 1488.

CANCELLATION

Contracts of affreightment, p. 3873.

CARRIER AS WAREHOUSEMAN, p.

SS2.
Actions against carrier as warehouse-
man, p.- 916:
Admissibility of evidence, p. 917.
Evidence, p. 916.
Finding, p. 920.
In general, p. 916.
Instructions, p. 919.
Pleading, p. 916.

Presumptions and burden of proof,
p. 916.
Acts or omissions rendering carrier

liable, p. 913.
Baggage:

See "Baggage."
Bailee for hire, p. 910.
Carriers by water, pp. 890, 893. 3187:
See infra, "Railroads and Carriers
by Water Having Fixed Sched-
ule."
Charges for storage, p. 1152:

Lien for freight and storage charges
over connecting line, p. 1161.
Compulsory l)ailee, p. 912.
Conflict of laws, p. 887.
Connecting carriers:

Goods awaiting delivery to con-
necting carrier, p. 885.



CARRIER AS WAREHOUSEMAN,

cont'd.
Connecting carriers, cont'd.

Goods being delivered to connect-
ing carrier, p. 887.
Limiting liability to that of for-
warder or warehouseman, p.
3369:
Carriers which may limit, p.

3369.
Express companies, p. 3369.
Forwarding merchants, p. 3369.
Nature and extent of liability as

forwarder, p. 3370.
Power to limit and validity, p.

3369.
Termination of liability, p. 3371.
What constitutes an agreement
"to forward," p. 3369.
Degree of care, p. 910.
Delivery by carrier:

See infra, "Goods Awaiting Deliv-
ery to Consignee."
Delivery of goods to carrier, p. 882.
Delivery prevented through carrier's

negligence, p. 914.
Delivery to unauthorized person, p. 914.
Duties, p. 908.
Duties with regard to perishable goods,

p. 909.
Duties to give notice, p. 909.
Duty to keep watch, p. 908.
Duty to store in safe place, p. 908.
Evidence, p. 916.
Explosions and explosives:

Storing explosives with goods, p.
915.
Express companies, p. 890.«
Fires, p. 909.
Fixed schedule, p. 893.
Goods awaiting delivery to consignee,
p. 887:
Carriers by water, pp. 891, 893.
Completion of contract of carriage,

p. 888.
Delivery to consignee, p. 888.
Express companies, p. 890.
Expres.s companies and general car-
riers by water, p. 890.
Failure or refusal to deliver goods,

p. 889.
Fixed schedule, p. 893.
Goods held at consignee's request,

p. 889.
How long liability continues, p. 908
Necessity for notice of arrival o)

goods, pp. 886, 898.
Railroads, p. 893.
Railroads and carriers by water

having fixed schedule, p. 893.
Reasonable time, p. 903.
Refusal of consignee to rece've

goods, p. 889.
Usages and customs, pp. 902, 903.
What is reasonable time, p. 903.
What law governs, p. 887.
When consignee unalile to remove

goods, p. 890.
Wrong information as to arrival
of goods, p. 890.



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4100



INDEX.



CARRIER AS WAREHOUSEMAN,

cont'd.
Goods awaiting transportation, p. 882:
Delivery of goods to carrier, p.

882.
General rule, p. 882.
Goods . detained for carrier's con-
venience, p. 884.
Goods detained for shipper's con-
venience, p. 884.
Where something remains to be
done, p. 885.
Goods being transported, p. 885:

Goods awaiting delivery to connect-
ing carrier, p. 885.
Goods awaiting delivery to con-
signee, p. 887.
Goods being delivered to connect-
ing carrier, p. 887.
Goods stopped in transitu, p. 887.
Notice of arrival, p. 886.
Reasoriable time, p. 886.
Refusal or neglect of connecting

carrier to receive goods, p. 886.
Stipulations as to reshipment, p.

887.
Stoppage in transitu, p. 887.
Goods held gratuitously, p. 912.
Instructions, p. 919.
Liabilities, p. 908.
Lien for charges:

Preservation of lien

crnnrlc in ta^p rpb nii«;p



ce, p.



Preservation of lien by storing
goods in warehouse, p. 1167.
Limitation of liability, p. 959.
Limiting liability to that of forwarder

or warehouseman, p. 3369.
Loss or injury to goods, p. 781.
Negligence, p. 913.
Notice of arrival, p. 898:

Connecting carriers, p. 886.
Contract dispensing with noti

902.

Effect of contract or custom, p. 902.
Massachusetts doctrine as to neces-
sity of notice, p. 898.
Necessity for notice of arrival of

goods, p. 898.
New Hampshire doctrine as to ne-
cessity of notice, p. 900.
Sufficiency of notice, p. 903.
Ordinary care, p. 910.
Particular instances, p. 915.
Perishable goods, p. 909.
Pleading, p. 916.
Presumptions and burden of proof, p.

916.
Proximate cause, p. 913.
Proximate cause of loss, p. 913.
Questions for court or jury, p. 912.
Questions of law and fact:
Ordinary care, p. 912.
Reasonable time to remove goods,
p. 907.
Railroads, p. 893.

Railroads and carriers by water having

fixed schedule, pp. 890, 893, 3187.

English doctrine, p. 896.

Massachusetts doctrine, pp. 893, 898.

Necessity for notice of arrival of

goods, p. 898.



CARRIER AS WAREHOUSEMAN,

cont'd.
Railroads and carriers by water having
fixed schedule, cont'd.

Necessity for unloading of goods,

p. 895.
New Hampshire doctrine, pp. 895,

900.
Removal of part of goods, p. 894.
Reasonable time:

Instances of reasonable time, p. 904.
Instances of what is not reasonable

time, p. 906.
Question for court or jury, p. 907.
Reasonable time for removal of

goods, p. 903.
What is reasonable time, p. 903.
Where goods did not arrive on time,
p. 905.
Sale of property to prevent loss, p.

909.
Sales:

Sales to prevent loss, p. 909.
Schedule, p. 893.

Statutes making railroad companies lia-
ble for damage by fire, p. 909.
Stoppage in transitu, pp. 887, 1228, 1233,

1234.
Storing explosives with goods, p. 915.
Termination of liability, p. 908.
That the floor of a warehouse was sat-
urated with oil, p. 915.
When liability begins or ends, p. 882.
Where goods held gratuitously, p. 912.

CARRIERS BY WATER, p. 3859.

Accommodations and duties during

transit, p. 1940.
Accommodations on vessel, p. 3980:
Actions, p. 3984.
Damages, p. 3984.
Delivery of telegram, p. 3983.
Effect of quarantine, p. 3983.
Food and water, p. 3982.
In general, p. 3980.
Liability for personal injuries, p.

3983.
Stateroom, berth and bedding, p.
3981.
Actions, p. 3917:

See infra, "Proceedings to
Limit Liability."
Accommodations, p. 3984.
Actions to recover freight, p. 3948.
Admiralty jurisdiction, p. 3917.
Against carrier, p. 3917.
By carrier, p. 3917.
Carriage of passengers, p. 3980.
Damages:

See infra, "Damages."
Demurrage, p. 3972.
Evidence, p. 3920.
Issues, proof and variance, p. 3919.
Issues, proof and variance in com-
mon-law actions, p. 3919.
Jurisdiction of admiralty, p. 3917.
Nature and form of action, p. 3917.
Pleading, p. 3918.
Pleading in admiralty, p. 3919.



INDEX.



4101



CARRIER AS WAREHOUSEMAN,

cont'd.
Actions, cont'd.

Pleading in common-law action, p.

3918.
Presumptions and burden of proof:
See infra, "Presumptions and



na-



?oods, p.



jers.



'rial. p. 3930.

''oyage and discharge at desti
tion, p. 3986.
Who may maintain action, p. 3917.
Act of God, pp. 3898, 4017:
Burden of proof, p. 3921.
Demurrage, p. 3953.
As dependent on quality of

3863.
Assault and battery:

See "Carriers of Passenj
Authority of agent, p. 3863.
Baggage,^ p. 4007:

See "Baggage."
Baggage detained by customs offi-
cers, p. 4010.
Contributory negligence of person

complaining, p. 4009.
Damages, p. 4011.
Delivery, p. 4007.
Delivery into exclusive custody of

vessel's officers, p. 4007.
Duty to provide stateroom door

with bolts and locks, p. 4009.
Duty to provide watchman, p. 4008.
Effects for which recovery allowed,

p. 4009.
Evidence, p. 4010.
Liability as innkeeper or insurer, p.
4007.



Liens, p. 4011.

Limitations of liability, y. -iuoi:

Baggage to which applicable,
p. 4035.



p. 4031:



p. tuou.
Form, p. 4031.
Interpretation,



Interpretation, p. 4034.
Knowledge and acceptance, p.

4032.
Meeting of minds, p. 4032.
Notice of loss, p. 4035.
Operation and effect, p. 4034.
Requisites, p. 4031.
Stipulation limiting liability to

stated sum, pp. 4031, 4034.
Stipulation that landing not

part of voyage, p. 4034.
Tickets as evidence, p. 4035.
Type of writing, p. 4034.
Validity, p. 4031.
Particular losses for which vessel

liable, p. 4009.
Passengers entitled to recover, p.

4009.
What constitutes delivery, p. 4008.
Bill of lading:

See "Bill of Lading."
Presumptions and burden of proof:
Under a bill of lading acknowl-
edging receipt of goods in
good order, p. 3921.
Where damage within excep-
t'nns in bills, p. 3922.



CARRIER AS WAREHOUSEMAN,

cont'd.
Burden of proof:

See infra. ''Presumptions and
Burden of Proof."
Carriage of passengers, p. 3975:
Accommodations on vessel:

See infra, "Accommodations on
Vessel."
Baggage:

See infra, "Baggage."
Boat must be safe, § 1838.
Contracts:

See infra, "Tickets and Fares."
Ejection of passengers, p. 4006.
Gasoline contained in tank of au-
tomobile, p. 3978.
Ill passenger, p. 3976.
Inspection, p. 3977.
Limitations of liability:

See infra, "Limitations of Lia-
bility."
Nature of liability of vessel, p. 3976.
Negligence, p. 1838.
Offenses incident to carriage of
passengers:
See infra, "Criminal Law."
Passengers' effects:

See infra, "Baggage."
Penalties and forfeitures, p. 4012.
Personal injuries:

See infra, "Personal Injuries."
Regulation as to steam vessels, p.

3977.
Regulations as to dangerous arti-
cles, p. 3978.
Regulations as to immigrants and
other passengers from foreign
ports, p. 3978.
Statutory regulation in general, p.

3977.
Tickets and fares:

See infra, "Tickets and Fares."
Voyage and discharge at destina-
tion:
See infra, "Voyage and Dis-
charge at Destination."
What law governs, p. 3976.
Carriage of property, p. 3859:
Bill of lading:

See "Bill of Lading."
Contracts of affreightment:

See "Contracts of Aflfreight-
ment."
Delay, p. 3890.
Deviation, p. 3888.
Duties and liabilities as to trans-
portation and delivery, p. 3888.
Failure or refusal of consignee to

receive goods, p. 3896.
Failure or refusal to deliver, p.

3892.
Liability as warehouseman, p. 3887.
Limitations of liability:

See "Limitations of Liability."
Loading goods, p. 3888.
Loss or injury:

See infra, "Loss or Injury to
Goods."
Mode and sufficiency of delivery,

p. 3894.
Notice of arrival of goods, p. 3893.



4102



INDEX.



CARRIER AS WAREHOUSEMAN, CARRIER AS WAREHOUSEMAN,

cont'd. cuiit'd.

Damages, cont'd.

Measure and elements of damage,

p. 3933.
Personal injuries, p. 4006.
Profits, p. 3934.

Voyage and discharge at destina-
tion, p. 3987.
Degree of care required, p. 1750:

See infra, "Personal Injuries."
Delay, p. 3890.

Delay in transportation or delivery, p.
3 890:
Delay in discharging, p. 3891.
Excuses for delay, p. 3890.
Failure to show contract of car-
riage, p. 3891.
General rules, p. 3890.
Losses during delay, p. 3902.
Waiver of right to damages, p.
3891.
Delivery by carrier, pp. 527, 3892:
See "Delivery by Carrier."
Failure or refusal to deliver, p.

3892.
Misdelivery, p. 3895.
Mode and sufficiency of delivery,

p. 3894.
Necessity for personal delivery, p.

534.
Notice of arrival of goods, p. 3893.
Place of delivery, p. 3894.
Short delivery, p. 3892.
To whom delivery may be made,

p. 3895.
Usages and customs, p. 3895.
Demurrage :

See "Demurrage."
Deviation, p. 3888:

See "Route and Deviation
Therefrom."
Customary and usual route, p. 3888.
Excuses for deviation, p. 3890.
General rules, p. 3888.
Liability for losses during devia-
tion, p. 3903.
What constitutes deviation, p. 3889.
Duty to receive and carry, p. 3862.
Ejection of passengers, p. 4006.
Evidence:

Admissibility of evidence, p. 392o.
Baggage, p. 4010.
Condition of vessel, p. 3928.
Delivery to carrier, p. 3928.
Evidence as to sea penis, p. 392J.
Personal injuries, p. 3997.
Proceedings to limit liability, P-

4080.
Seaworthiness, p. 3929.
Short delivery, p. 3930.
Weight and sufficiency, p. 3926.
Exclusive privileges:

Grant to ships using a whart or
dock constructed by a railroad
company, p. 102.
Explosions and explosives, p. 4021.
Failure or refusal of consignee to re-
ceive goods, p. 3896.
Failure or refusal to deliver, p. 3892.
Fires, pp. 4021, 4025. 4038.



Carriage of property, cont'd.
Short delivery, p. 3892.
To whom delivery may be made,

p. 3895.
Transportation and delivery, p.

3887.
Transshipping and forwarding, p.
3896.
Carrier as warehouseman, pp. 890, 893,
3887 : ^^ .

See "Carrier as Warehouseman."
Carriers of live stock, p. 1270.
Charges:

See infra, "Freight."
Commerce:

See "Interstate and Foreign Com-
merce."
Commodity for foreign shipment, p.

3863.
Common carriers, p. 3862:

Owners of ships carrying goods
for hire as common carriers,
p. 10.
Conflict of laws, p. 3976:

Limitations of liability, p. 4017.
Congress:

Limitation of vessel owner's lia-
bility by acts of congress: _
See infra, "Limitations of Lia-
bility."
Contracts:

See infra, "Tickets and Fares."
Contracts of affreightment:

See "Contracts of Affreightment.
Contributory negligence, pp. 3995. 4003:

Baggage, p. 4009.
Criminal law, p. 4012:
Defenses, p. 4013.
Evidence, p. 4013.
Failure to maintain fire drill and
provide extinguishing apparatus,
p. 4012.
Failure to post station bill assign-
ing crew to quarters, p. 4012.
Indictment, p. 4013.
Offenses incident to carriage ot

passengers, p. 4012.
What constitutes offense and ele-
ments therefor, p. 4012.
Damages:

Apportionment of damages, p. 3934.

Baggage, p. 4011.

Deduction of freight charges, p.

3935.
Deduction of salvage expenses, p.

3935. ^ ^ ,

Deduction of value of damaged
cjoods — Determination of value,
p. 3935.

Deductions, p. 3935.

Delay in transportation or delivery,
p. 3933.

Determination of damages, p. 39o4.

Duty to minimize damages, p. 3933.

Failure to deliver or misdelivery,
p. 3933.

Failure to receive and carry ac-
cording to contract, p. 3932.

Injury to goods, p. 3934.
Loss or injury, p. 3933.



INDEX.



4103



CARRIER AS WAREHOUSEMAN,

cont'd.-
Foreign commerce:

See "Interstate and Foreign Com-
merce."
Forwarding, p. 3896.

Freight, p. 3938:

Actions to recover freight, p. 3948.
Amount recoverable, p. 3942.
Deductions and offsets, p. 3943.
Freight pro rata itineris, p. 3940.
Goods lost or abandoned, p. 3941.
In general, p. 3938.
Lien for freight:

See infra, "Lien for Freight."
Persons entitled to collect freight,

p. 3938.
Persons liable for payment of

freight, p. 3939.
Recovery back of freight, p. 3948.
When freight earned, p. 3939.
General considerations, p. 3862.
Harter Act, p. 4056:
Collision, p. 4070.
Construction, p. 4056. •
Effect of clauses 'in bills of lading
relieving from liability, p. 4057.
Effect on stipulations in passenger

tickets, p. 4059.
Instances where stipulation void,

p. 4058.
Liability for passengexs' effects, p.

4070.
Limitation of liability, p. 952.
Loading, p. 4068.
Losses for which carriers liable

generally, p. 4059.
Loss from latent defects, fault or
error in navigation or man-
agement of ship, p. 4060:
Affirmative proof of fact ' of

seaworthiness, p. 4065.
In general, p. 4060.
Instances of fault or error in
navigation or management
of vessel, p. 40G6.
Loss before commencement of

voyage, p. 4068.
Seaworthmess as condition

precedent, p. 4061.
What constitutes due diligence
to make vessel seaworthy, p.
4063.
W^iat constitutes seaworthi-
ness, p. 4062.
Loss from negligent loading and

stowage or unloading, p. 4068.
Loss of tow and cargo by tug, p.

4069.
Loss or damage to whicli applica-
ble, p. 4059.
Personal injuries and death l)y

wrongful act, p. 4070.
Proceedings to limit lial)ility:

See infra, "Proceedings to
Limit Liability."
Purpose, p. 4056.
Right to general average contrii)U-

tion, p. 4070.
Stipulations against loss wliilc on

quay or loss by thieves, p. 4059



CARRIER AS WAREHOUSEMAN,

cojit'd.
Harter Act, cont'd.

vStipulations limiting liability for

negligence, p. 4018.
Stowage, p. 4068.
Icing, p. 4025.
Inspection, pp. 3909, 3977.
Instructions:

Personal injuries, p. 4004.
Insurer, p. 3897.
Interstate and foreign commerce:

See "Interstate and Foreign Com-
merce."
Jettison, pp. 3899, 4021.
Jurisdiction:

Proceedings to limit liability, p.
4072.
Laches:

Proceedings to limit liability, p.
4074.
Lien for freight, p. 3944:

After payment of freight, p. 3945.
Displacement and waiver of lien,

p. 3946.
Enforcement of lien, p. 3947.
General rule, p. 3944.
Preserving and enforcing lien, p.

3947.
Property subject to lien, p. 3945.
Sulirogation to lien, p. 3947.
Time lien attaches, p. 3945.
Unconditional delivery of goods, p.
3946.
Lien of shipper against vessel, p. 3936:
Bills of lading fraudulently ob-
tained, p. 3937.
Commencement of lien, p. 3936.
Delivery to lighter, p. 3936.
Enforcement of lien, p. 3937.
General rule, p. 3936.
Insufficient delivery, p. 3936.
Priorities, p. 3937.
Liens:

Baggage, p. 4011.
Demurrage, p. 3973.
Personal injuries, p. 4006.
Lighterage, p. 3949.
Limitations of liability, p. 4014: ^^

See "Limitation of Liability.
Acts of congress:

See infra, "Harter Act," "Lim-
ited Liability Act."
Baggage:

See infra, "Baggage."
Benefit of insurance clause, p. 4027.
Bill of lading, p. 4017.
Burden of proof, p. 4017.
Carriage at owner's risk, p. 4024.
Conflict of laws, p. 4017.
Construction of exceptions in bill

of lading, p. 4018.
Delay in delivery, p. 4027.
ICxception of restraints of princes,

rulers, or people, p. 4028.
Exceptions as to warranty of sea-

wortliiness, p. 4023.
Exceptions of loss or damage re-
sulting from negligence of car-
rier, p. 4024.
Express exceptions in l)ill of lad-
ing or shi])i)ing contract, p. 4017.



4104



INDEX.



CARRIER AS WAREHOUSEMAN,

cont'd.
Limitations of liability, cont'd.

Fire, p. 4025.

Harter Act, p. 4018:

See infra, "Harter Act."

Implied exceptions, p. 4017.

Interpretation of exceptions, p.
4018.

Leakage, p. 4025.

Limitation of amount of damages,
p. 4027.

Limitation of exceptions in con-
tract, p. 4017.

Limited liability act:

See infra, "Harter Act:" "Lim-
ited Liability Act."

Loss from heat or heating, p. 4026.

Loss from negligence of carrier or
servants, p. 4019.

Loss from "sweating, natural de-
cay or sea water," p. 4026.

Loss through leakage, p. 4025.

Negligence of carrier, p. 4024.

Negligence of carrier or servants,
p. 4019.

Notice, p. 4028.

Operation and efifect of exceptions,
p. 4019.

Partial invalidity, p. 4019.

Particular exceptions, p. 4020.

Perils of the sea:

See infra, "Perils of the Sea."

Presumptions and burden of proof,
p. 4030.

Proceedings to limit liability:

See infra, "Proceedings to
Limit Liability."

Provisions in passenger tickets, p.
4031:
Liability for passenger's effects:

See infra, "Baggage."
Liability for personal injuries,
p. 4031.
Refrigeration, p. 4025.
Requirements as to notice of loss

and time to sue, p. 402S.
Right of assignees, p. 4019.
Risk of due refrigeration, p. 4025.
Risk of mortality or accident, p.

4026.
Rule of ejusdem generis, p. 4018.
Seaworthiness, p. 4023.
Statutes:

See "infra, "Harter Act;" "Lim-
ited Liability Act."
Stowage on deck, p. 4025.
Strikes or stoppage of labor, p.

4027.
Theft, p. 4027.
What law governs, p. 4017.
Limited liability act, p. 4035:

Acts in pari materia, p. 4037.
Condition precedent to right to
limit liability, p. 4043:
vSeaworthiness, p. 4043.
Sufificiencv ?nd competency of

crew, p. 4043.
Suffic'ency of equipment, p.
4043.



CARRIER AS WAREHOUSEMAN,

cont'd.
Limited liability act, cont'd.

Condition precedent to right to
limit liability, cont'd.
Surrender of vessel and pend-
ing freight or interest therein,
p. 4047.
The knowledge or privity of
the managing officer or agent
of a corporation, p. 4045.
Want of privity or knowledge
of owner of negligence or de-
fect, p. 4045.
Constitutionality, p. 4036.
Construction, p. 4037.
Effect of stipulation in bill of lad-
ing, p. 4055.
Effect of subsequent acts, p. 4036.
Freighters entitled to participate, p.

4055.
General consideration, p. 4035.
History, p. 4035.
Interpretation, p. 4037.
Losses covered, p. 4038.
Loss or damage by fire, p. 4038.
Loss or damage for which liability
limited to value of vessel and
pending freight, p. 4039:
Collision, p. 4040.
Maritime and nonmaritime

torts, p. 4039.
Obligations ex contractu, p.

4039.
Personal contracts of part

owner, p. 4040.
Personal injuries and death by

wrongful act, p. 4042.
Salvage claim, p. 4043.
Seaworthiness and sufficiency of
equipment, p. 4043.
Loss or damage to jewelry, precious

metals, moneys, etc., p. 4038.
Object, p. 4035.

Part of maritime law, p. 4036.
Proceedings against which avail-
able, p. 4055.
Proceedings to limit liability:

See infra, "Proceedings to Limit
Liability."
Remedies reserved, p. 4055.
Surrender of vessel and pending
freight or interest therein, p.
4047:
Abandonment to underwriters,

p. 4049.
Bond for payment into court, p.



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