Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 76A.djvu/258

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-162§ 1797. Liability of warehouseman to depositors of commingled goods The warehouseman is severally liable to each depositor for the care and redelivery of his share of the mass to the same extent and under the same circumstances as if the goods had been kept separate. § 1798. Attachment or levy upon goods for which a negotiable receipt has been issued If goods are delivered to a warehouseman by the owner or by a person whose act in conveying the title to them to a purchaser m good faith for value would bind the owner, and a negotiable receipt is issued for them, they may not thereafter, while in the possession of the warehouseman, be attached by garnishment or otherwise, or be levied upon under an execution, unless the receipt be first surrendered to the warehouseman, or its negotiation enjoined. The warehouseman may not be compelled to deliver up the actual possession of the goods until the receipt is surrendered to him or impounded by the court. § 1799. Creditors' remedies to reach negotiable receipts A creditor whose debtor is the owner of a negotiable receipt shall be entitled to such aid from courts of appropriate jurisdiction by injimction and otherwise, in attaching the receipt or in satisfying the claim by means thereof as is allowed at law or in equity, in regard to property which can not readily be attached or levied upon by ordinary legal process. § 1800. What claims are included in the warehouseman's lien Subject to section 1803 of this title, a warehouseman has a lien on goods deposited or on the proceeds thereof in his hands, for all lawful charges for storage and preservation of the goods; also for all lawful claims for money advanced, interest, insurance, transportation, labor, weighing, coopering and other charges and expenses in relation to the goods; also for all reasonable charges and expenses for notice, and advertisements of sale, and for sale of the goods where default has been made in satisfying the warehouseman's lien. § 1801. Against what property the lien may be enforced Subject to section 1803 of this title, a warehouseman's lien may be enforced: (1) against all goods, whenever deposited, belonging to the person who is liable as debtor for the claims in regard to which the lien is asserted; and (2) against all goods belonging to others which have been de; posited at any time by the person who is liable as debtor for the claims in regard to which the lien is asserted, if the person had been so intrusted with the possession of the goods that a pledge of the same by him at the time of the deposit to one who took the goods in good faith for value would have been valid. § 1802. How the lien may be lost A warehouseman loses his lien upon goods: (1) by surrendering possession thereof; or (2) by refusing to deliver the goods when a demand is made with which he is bound to comply under this subchapter. § 1803. Negotiable receipt must state charges for which lien is claimed If a negotiable receipt is issued for goods, the warehouseman does not have a lien thereon, except for charges for storage of those goods subsequent to the date of the receipt, unless the receipt expressly