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$ 239. Definitions.
(1) In this article, unless the context or subject-matter otherwise requires
"Action" includes counterclaim, set-off, and suit in equity. "Bill" means bill of lading.
"Consignee" means the person named in the bill as the person to whom delivery of the goods is to be made.
Consignor" means the person named in the bill as the person from whom the goods have been received for shipment.
"Goods" means merchandise or chattels in course of transportation, or which have been or are about to be transported.
"Holder" of a bill means a person who has both actual possession of such bill and a right of property therein.
"Order" means an order by indorsement on the bill. "Owner" does not include mortgagee or pledgee.
"Person" includes a corporation or partnership or two or more persons having a joint or common interest.
To "purchase" includes to take as mortgagee and to take as pledgee.
"Purchaser" includes mortgagee and pledgee.
(2) A thing is done "in good faith," within the meaning of this article, when it is in fact done honestly, whether it be done negligently or not. (Added by L. 1911, ch. 248, in effect Sept. 1, 1911.)
§ 240. Article does not apply to existing bills.
The provisions of this article do not apply to bills made and delivered prior to the taking effect thereof. (Added by L. 1911, ch. 248, in effect Sept. 1, 1911.)
§ 241. Inconsistent legislation repealed.
All acts or parts of acts inconsistent with this article are hereby repealed. (Added by L. 1911, ch. 248, in effect Sept. 1, 1911.)
(Article added by L. 1920, ch. 934, in effect April 15, 1921.) SECTION 250. Exemption of exhibits at international exhibitions. § 250. Exemption of exhibits at international exhibitions.
No process of attachment, execution, sequestration, replevin, distress or any kind of seizure shall be served or levied upon articles, goods, wares, merchandise or property of any description while the same is enroute to or from, or while on exhibition or de posited by exhibitors at any international exhibition held under the auspices or supervision of the United States, within any city or county of this state, nor shall such property be subject to attachment, seizure, levy or sale, for any cause whatever, in the hands of the authorities of such exhibition or otherwise. (Added by L. 1920, ch. 934, in effect April 15, 1921.) Derivation: Code of Civil Procedure, § 1404-a.
validit of directions for accumulation of income.. anticipation of directed accumulation
of income of property conveyed to colleges, etc...
(REFERENCE IS MADE TO SECTIONS.)
when may disaffirm acts of predecessors.. transfers of goods in bulk by......
AGENTS: See Factors.
AGREEMENTS: See Contracts.
suspension of power of
when income of trust fund is not alienable.
of directed accumulation.
may disaffirm acts of assignor, when..
what claims or demands may be assigned..
to represent beneficiaries of gifts and bequests for charitable pur
purchase and sale of securities issued by, regulated..
BARGAIN AND SALE:
oral contracts of, when void...
of stocks, securities of United States, State, Municipal or other corporations ..
for charitable purposes
when income of trust fund is not alienable.....
gifts and bequests of personal property for.. trusts for care of cemetery lots, etc...
of personal property for charitable purposes..
for certain educational and other charitable uses authorized.
BILLS OF LADING:
acceptance of bill indicates assent to its terms..
attachment of goods for which a negotiable bill has been issued.
carrier, adverse title when no defense. . . . . .
cannot set up title as excuse for non-delivery.
eflect of sale of goods by.....
justification of in delivering..
liability, for delivery without cancelling bill of lading.
bills for goods not received
bills containing false statement
may require adverse claimants of goods to interplead.
misdelivery . . .
non-receipt or misdescription of goods
issuing negotiable bills in sets
obligation of to deliver
reasonable time to determine validity of adverse claims to goods. 207 creditor's remedies to reach negotiable bills...
"in good faith"
duplicate bills, effect of upon liability of carrier..
must be so marked . .
form of bills, essential terms
as indicating rights of buyer and seller.. garnishment of goods for which a negotiable bill has been issued... 210 inconsistent legislation repealed. nterpretation of statute.
. 206 230
. 231 232
indorser not guarantor. . . interpleader of adverse claimants ssue of bills, for goods not received. containing false statement . .
duplicate bills not so marked..
rights of lien holders . . .
lost or destroyed bills, when court may order delivery. mortgages, rights and remedies of mortgagees.. negotiable bills, creditor's remedies to 'reach..
inducing carrier to issue when goods have not been received. 235 non-negotiable bill, not so marked...
law applicable to cases not provided for by statute....
levy upon goods for which negotiable bill has been issued..
liens, vendor's defeated by negotiation
duplicates must be so marked...
insertion of name of person to be notified..
must not be issued in sets..
must be cancelled when goods delivered.
when parts of goods delivered
must state charges for which lien is claimed...
by indorsement . .
transfer without indorsement
193, 232 188
negotiation of bills, by delivery.
defeats vendor's lien
for goods covered by mortgage or lien..
rights of persons to whom a bill has been negotiated.
subsequent negotiation, effect of ....
when not impaired by fraud, accident, mistake, duress or con
when goods are not in carriers possession...
payment, by draft. . .
penalty, for issuing non-negotiable bill not so marked..
for inducing carrier to issue bill when goods have not been re
ceived . .
for negotiation of bill when goods are not in carriers possession. 234
for issuing bill containing false statement.
stoppage in transitu, right of defeated by negotiation..
transfer of bills. . .
rights of transferee
of negotiable bill without indorsement.
sale of bills, warranties on
sale of goods by carrier, effect of..
warranties, on sale or transfer of bill...
not implied from accepting payment of debt.. when governed by statute..
BOARDS OF TRADE:
when adverse title no defense to action on bill of lading.. cannot set up title as excuse for non-delivery.
effect of sale of goods by....
justification of in delivering..
liability for delivery without cancelling bill of lading. failure to mark duplicate negotiable bills.. misdelivery..
issuing negotiable bills in sets...
194, 236 227 236
bills for goods not received..
may require adverse claimants of goods to interplead..
obligation of to deliver.....
reasonable time to determine validity of adverse claim to goods.... 207 CEMETERY LOTS:
trusts for care of..
CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE:
gifts and bequests of personal property for charitable purposes.. disposition of surplus.....
certain charitable uses authorized..
trusts for care of cemetery lots, etc..
certain gifts for charitable uses regulated.. accumulations of income for....