\wˈe͡əha͡ʊsˌɛmən], \wˈeəhaʊsˌɛmən], \w_ˈeə_h_aʊ_s_ˌɛ_m_ə_n]\
Definitions of WAREHOUSEMAN.
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He is bound to use ordinary care in preserving such goods and merchan-dise, and his neglect to do so will render him liable to the owner. Peake, R. 114; 1 Esp. R. 315; Story, Bailm. Â§444; Jones' Bailm. 49, 96, 97; 7 Cowen's R. 497; 12 John. Rep. 232; 2 Wend. R. 593; 9 Wend. R. 268; 1 Stew. Rep. 284. The warehouseman's liability commences as soon as the goods arrive, and the crane of the warehouse is applied to raise them into the warehouse. 4 Esp. R. 262.
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