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34-241.Transfer of grain between warehouses; form of receipt; procedure. If grain is delivered for storage in any licensed public warehouse and the warehouseman's storage is limited, the public warehouseman may transfer grain for storage to another licensed public warehouse where storage is available. The owner of the grain may designate the receiving licensed public warehouse if a written contract to that effect has been entered into and agreed upon between the owner of the grain and the warehouseman prior to the deposit of the grain. Upon receipt of the grain by the receiving warehouseman, from the originating warehouseman, a negotiable warehouse receipt must be issued upon the demand of the owner of the grain. The warehouse receipt must be returned to the originating warehouseman, and the originating warehouseman shall deliver it to the owner upon payment of freight and all legal charges and upon the owner's surrender of any trust receipts which may have been issued by the originating warehouseman for such grain. If the grain is transferred to a receiving licensed warehouse designated by the owner of the grain, the warehouseman, in addition to his current posted public warehouse charges, may make an additional charge of one and one-half cents (1 1/2¢) per bushel for risk and shrinkage in transit and shall also assess the transportation and all legal charges against the owner of the grain.

History: L. 1931, ch. 194, § 19; L. 1939, ch. 197, § 2; L. 1967, ch. 232, § 1; L. 1969, ch. 217, § 2; July 1.



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