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United American Lines - JOINT SERVICE - Hamburg-American Line
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30. Attention of shippers is called to Sec. 235 of the Penal Laws of the United States (Act of Congress, March 4, 1909), viz.: "Every package containing explosive or other dangerous articles, when presented to a common carrier for shipment, SHALL HAVE PLAINLY MARKED ON THE OUTSIDE THEREOF THE CONTENTS THEREOF and it shall be unlawful for any person to deliver or cause to be delivered to any common carrier engaged in interstate or foreign commerce by land or water, for interstate or foreign transportation, or to carry upon any vessel or vehicle engaged in interstate or foreign transportation, and explosive or other dangerous article under any false or deceptive marking, description, invoice, shipping order, or other declaration or withouth INFORMING THE AGENT OF SUCH CARRIER OF THE TRUE CHARACTER THEREOF, AT OR BEFORE THE TIME SUCH DELIVERY FOR CARRIAGE IS MADE. Whoever shall knowingly violate or cause to be violated any provision of the section * * * shall be fined not more than $2,000 or imprisoned not more than eighteen months, or both."

31. This Bill of landing, duly endorsed, shall be given up to the Carrier's representative in exchange for a delivery order.

32. The shipper, vessel, consignee, destination and Goods referred to overpage as mention or described on this side hereof are as follows:

Port of Reception (A) NEW YORK
Shipper JACQUES SELIGMANN & CO. INC.
Vessel THURINGIA
Owner [[stamped]] HAMBURG-AMERIKA LINIE [[/stamped]]
Destination of Vessel (Port "B") HAMBURG HAMBURG
Destination of Goods FRANCFORT, GERMANY [[stamped]] HAMBURG [[/stamped]]
Cosignee: JACOB & VALENTIN. 14 GRIMM HAMBURG, GERMANY or assigns
Notify (If consigned to Shipper's Order)

DESCRIPTION OF GOODS
(Carrier's responsibility for description being limited as hereinbefore provided.)

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MARKS | NUMBERS | NUMBER OF PACKAGES | SHIPPERS DESCRIPTION OF PACKAGES AND CONTENTS | SHIP WEIGHT GROSS POUNDS
~MR. ZM HACKENBROCH NEUEMAINZERSTR FRANCFORT, GERMANY | [[blank]] | ONE (1) | CASE OF ILLUSTRADED BOOKS NO COMMERCIAL VALUE | 38#

33. AND FINALLY that in accepting this Bill of Lading, the shipper, owner and consignee of the Goods and holder of this Bill of Lading agree to be bound by all its provisions, on this page and overpage, whether written, printed or stamped, as fully as if signed by all of them.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF THREE(3) Bills of Lading (exclusive of non-negotiable copies) all of this tenor and date, have been signed, One of which being accomplished the others to stand void.

Dated at NEW YORK, MARCH 11, 1924 

UNITED AMERICAN LINES, Incorporated
Agents for Owners
Per Wa Durante

F.T.D. Form No. 10
4-870
125M-11-23-A.L.R.

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FREIGHT CHARGED ON | RATE
 | Per 100 lbs.
 | Per 100 lbs.
 | Per 100 lbs.
 | Per cu. ft.
 | Per cu. ft.
 | Per cu. ft.
 | Per 
 | Per

FREIGHT $
CHARGES $
TOTAL PAYABLE AT NEW YORK $

FRIEGHT
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