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 Telephone Sey. 313 P.O. Box 15
Gable Address -WINGSANG" Vancouver,    ^/xj: 3S|r       f  A. B. c. 5th. Edition
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Bentley's
WING SANG CO.
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WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS, GENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS &.  EXPORTERS
51   PENDER  STREET  EAST
VANCOUVER,  B. C. IfeJWth .-192-?--
The Ifaa&ger*
Th$ Industrial and Commercial Bank Limited,
164 Sseohuen Eoad,
Shanghai |  China*
Dear Sir:-
We enclose you herewith Bill of Lading and Draft for the
sum of Forty Three Hundred Dollars Gold ($$4300.) against Tong Tak
Tai 119 Xiangse Boad, Shanghai, China for 800 boxes of Salt Herring
Hy *Xy$ Maruw which sailed from Vancouver on Jan 8th 1929.
Please notify Messrs Tong Tak Tai to honor this Draft and
when you collect the above amount, kindly remit us the same by
mail at your earliest convenience*
Yours vexy truly,
Wing Sang Cov
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per • •%jf* • •<**♦*#*«
Oopf Telephone Sey. 313 fl 'W~3  ' P.O. Box 15
Cable Address -WINGSANG" Vancouver. W?        f  A. B. c. 5th. Edition
CODES  \    A, B. C. 5th. Edition Improved
Bentley's
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WING SANG CO.
WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS, GENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS &,  EXPORTERS
51   PENDER   STREET  EAST
VANCOUVER,  B. C. Aft-Jfttt --192&-
The Manager,
The Industrial and Commercial Bank Limited,
164 S&eehuen Head,
Shanghai, China* i
Dear Sirs-
Ve enclose you herewith duplicate Mil of lading , and
Draft for the sum of Forty Three Hundred Dollars Gold (G$4SQQ.)
against Tong Tak Tai, 119 Kiangse Boad, Shanghai, China for 800
boxes of Salt Herring shipped p%x  *Iyo Maru% sailing from
Vancouver on Jan 8th 1929, The original documents are sent to you
by register mall*
Please notify Messrs Tong Tak Tai to honor our Draft,
and when you collect the above amount, kindly remit us the same
by mail at your earliest convenience*
Yours very truly,
Wing Sang Co*,
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New^York: 8-10 Bridge Street
San Francisco:  551  Market Street
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Vancouver, B. C: B. W. Greer & Son, Agts.,
Bank of Nova Scotia Bldg.
Victoria, B. C: Great Northern Ry. Co., Agts.
Honolulu:  63  Merchant  Street.
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NIPPON YUSEN  KAISHA
(JAPAN MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY)
LOCAL BILL OF LADING
RECEIVED, in apparent good order and condition, from filflK...M™M...SR.!t      	
the following property, (contents and condition of contents of packages unknown), marked, consigned and destined
as indicated below, for shipment at.3l^.fi.flll..1HR....tRiion board the steamship MMfc..JI*IMl§.	
or other steamship of the NIPPON YUSEN KAISHA, to be carried upon said steamship (subject to conditions and
exceptions stated below) to the port of •H&.M ,Sli&|i.e....CM.i.$lLa. or so near thereto as ship may safely get,
and there to be delivered unto||ft0iil...|^ft...J^  or to his or their assigns
B&tfK Ltie
(NOTIFY   T§»» TA^UU^ )
or to another carrier on the route to destination if beyond steamer's port of call;
(VALUED AT $...
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Freight payable as above in cash,.jaafchout- Redaction, with all other charges and average.
In consideration of the rate gj^frejgfat W*Wl rafeed~it js hereby stipulated that the service to be performed    -
hereunder shall be subject to the/^ontilcPtera whether printed, writt^n'Tr'-sfcaeLped, herein con-
tained, INCLUDING COHTRACT WS^m* 4H® jC&^ITIONS O^AC^^mSFs?S^4 contract
terms and conditions are hereby agreed to by the shipjrer anctby him accepted for himself ffiqsgf as&gnkas just
and reasonable. V ^Wjk <* Jir      \
g.   IN IfflTNESS WHEREOjh^VA^Ff'L^Wf^^^^ °f the Saici NiPPon Yusen Kaisha,4&s affirn&d to
..s.^s...%Mjt. Bills of LadingTSll of^even^iiol^l^^te, one of which Bills being accomplished, the cithers*
to stand void.               ¥Ait€§ti¥Ift   lb   C*                             TTH                           ®p&WNkB\fi& A  Ife-
DATED AT ZZ.1^™.™ ~ .??. THIS H... DAY OF £:. 37.373Z^. 9
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Printed in U. S. A
i CONTRACT TERMS   AND CONDITIONS
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With respect to the  service  it  is  agreed thB
1. The ship shall have liberty to sail with or without pilots, -to tow and be towed, to assist vessels'in distress, to drydock at port of loading or elsewhere with or without
cargo on board, to deviate from or beyond the usual course to any extent for the purpose of saving life or property or for any other purpose, to touch at any port'"or ports in any
rotation or order in or out of the customary route  and to call at any port or ports  more than once.
2. The carriers shall have liberty to convey the goods in lighters to and from the ship, and, as regards the whole or any part of the goods, to lighter, warehouse, tranship,
or reship the goods by any ship or conveyance whether belonging to the carrier or not, at any time or times and at the risk of the shippers, owners or Consignees of the goods. In
case goods are destined beyond steamer's port of call, transshipment shall be at shipper's, owner's or consignee's risk, but carrier's expense and the goods shall be subject to the con'
ditions and clauses of the. bills of lading of the steamer or steamers completing the transit. Arbitraries quoted beyond ports of call are not guaranteed and any additional expense
incurred at or beyond port of call due to increase in rates, or to warehouse charges, custom charges, etc., shall be collected from consignee before. delivery of the goods. Under
no circumstances of transshipment will the carriers assume any responsibility for marine and/or war risk or any other insurance whilst awaiting or •'after shipment by the oncarrying
steamer.   ^^^^^Sj^^''''
3. The* carrier^ ^hall not be liable for any loss, damage or delay, occasioned by the acts of God; enemies; pirates, robbers or thieves by land or sea; arrests or restraints
of princes, rulers or people; restrictions and consequences of quarantine; riots; strikes, lockouts or other labor disturbances; combinations of workmen or others, whether ashore
or afloat; civil commotion, or any circumstances beyond the shipowner's control; any accident, detention or deviations arising out of or consequent upon the employment of any
vessel in the mail or any special service of the Imperial Government of Japan; any act or default of the Sue? or Panama Canal authorities; land damage; rats or other vermin; rain;
spray; insufficient packing; hookholes; wear and tear "of packages through handling; inaccuracies, obliteration, errors, insufficiency or absence of marks, numbers, address or descrip-
tion of goods shipped; effects of climate; heat of holds; leakage; liquefaction; ullage; drainage; breakage; rotting of packages; chafage; decay; putrefaction; chemical action; sweat;
smell; evaporation; frost; fumigation; injurious effect of other goods, the ship or anything in the ship; rust; machinery; boilers; steam; coal dust; fire or water on board, in hulk,
in craft, on shore, or in warehouse; admission of water by any .cause or leakage or emission of water or oil from any tank or pipe; explosion; accidents to or defects latent
or otherwise in hull, tackle, boiler, tanks, pipes, machinery or their appurtenances; unseaworthiness or unfitness to receive and carry cargo whether existing at the time of or
after loading or at the beginning or during the course of the voyage provided the owners have exercised due diligence to make the vessel seaworthy and fit and have used due dili'
gence to properly .man, equip and; supply said vessel; barratry, jettison; pilferage, whether by persons directly or indirectly in the employment or service of the carriers or other-
wise; overcarriage or loss of marftet;i any act, neglect or default whatsoever or desertion^pf }crew; strikes; jlocko^tsilispotiij error in judgment, negligence or default of the master,
pilot, officers, engineers, mariners, stevedores or others; collision, stranding or wreck, however caused; rising or "'mutiny' -among passengers; and any or all the perils, dangers and
accidents  of the seas,  rivers,  land  carriage  and  navigation  of whatsoever  nature  or  kind  and howsoever caused.
4. The value of the goods shipped does not exceed $250 per package or in proportion for any part thereof, and the carriers shall not be liable for gold, silver, bullion,
specie, documents, jewelry, precious stones or metals, bank notes or securities for money, paintings, pictures, embroideries, perfumeries, works of art, silks, furs, china, porcelain,
watches or clocks in any amount, nor for goods of any description whatever above the value of $20 per cubic foot nor in any case beyond $250 per package, unless the value is
declared in the bill  of lading,  a special  agreement entered into,   and  the  freight adjusted accordingly.
5. The shipper shall be liable for any loss or damage to th^ ship dr#&^fo cpsed by • inflammable, explosive or dangerous goods shipped without full disclosure of their
nature,   whether  such   shipper  be  principal   or  agent,   and  such  goods   may   be  tnKwm   overboard"?or   destroyed   at   any   time  without   compensation.
6. Merchandise   on   wharf   awaiting.- shipment   is   at--shipper's,   owner's   or   consignee's risk of loss or damage by fire or flood,  or any other cause beyond carrier's control.
7. In case the whole or any part of-,_Si^;a^lcfe'?specii^j_S^rein are prevented by" aiiy cause from' going^fln ^said steamship, the carrier is only bound to forward them by
succeeding  steamships  employed  in  this  line  or* "in' other  steamships.
8. The carriers shall not be responsible for correct delivery unless ^ach jpacwage^is distinctly, correctly and permanently marked by the shipper before shipment with the
mark and number or address and also with the name of the po/t,,ofide^ery;.,, which^a|t'^pust be in letters^ not less than two inches l$>ng. In.,no cose will the carriers accept responsibility  for   delivery   to   other  thari leading  m^s^^^pj£|§g^     pSJa^iiiE, „%|^ '-*^w^£ i       *u ^ri&S <
9. The carrier shall not be responsible for breakage or damage to castings, cast iron pipes, show cases, unprotected goods, goods packed in frail cases or in fragile con-
tainers, marble, slate, glassware, china, earthenware or any goods of a brittle or fragile nature, from whatsoever cause arising, all such cargo being conveyed at the risk of the
shipper,   owner  or  consignee  of  the  goods.
10. Fish, fruit, vegetables and all perishable goods, and all cargo carried on- deck, are conveyed solely at the risk of the shipper, owner or consignee of the goods and the
carriers will in no case be responsible for deterioration, shrinkage in weight or damage of any kind. All goods may be carried in shelter deck, poop, bridge space, deck house,
peaks  or other  space  whatsoever.
11. With respect to live stock the shippers shall provide all stalls or other necessary pens or enclosures, and shall provide necessary feed and attendants for such live stock
from the time taken on board steamer until landed at destination; the ship, her owner or agents, shall not be held liable for injury to or loss of live stock by death however
caused;, feed._ for live stock shall bg carried on board steamer freight free,.. except that any surplus feed landed at destination shall pay freight at current rates; freight charges on
live sttfciS.nJis^.in all  cases' be^'-'paM^'iilfeadvance  on eachv'and every  head  of  live stock-taken on steamer:*^ k«*j» iiSBNI
•,,--.. 12;._ Steamer may xlischarge the goods as soon as she is ready to unload and as fast as she is able, continuously "'day' and night in any weather,"*Sunday£ aftd holidays in-
duded, and if the' consignee fails to take delivery immediately on discharge, the carrier shall be at liberty to land the said goods on wharf or into craft or other suitable place without
notice and to store them at the risk and expense of the shipper, owner or consignee, any custom of the port to the contrary notwithstanding. The carrier shall have the option ot
making delivery of goods either over the ship's side or from lighter or storeship or hulk or custom house 05 warehouse or'doci or wharf or quay at shipper's, owner's or con-
signee's risk and in all cases the carrier's liability is to cease as soon as the goods are lifted from and leave the ship's deck. The carrier's responsibility for merchandise to be
carried on this, bill  of lading  to  a point  beyond  port  of  discharge shall  terminate on tender of delivery to the next  carrier.
13. No claim shall  under any circumstances  whatever  attach to  the carrier for failure  to  notify  consignee   of  arrival   of  goods.
14. The master porterage of the delivery of cargo is to be performed by the consignees of the ship and the expense thereof shall be paid by the shipper, owner or con-
signee  of  the goods.
15. All expenses of cooperage or repairs to packages incurred by the carrier and all charges and expenses for sorting and stacking the goods on wharf or in shed shall
be paid by the shipper, owner or consignee of the goods and the carrier shall have a lien on all goods of the shipper, owner or consignee, concerning whose goods such expenses
are  incurred.
16. Freight and primage (if any) as declared herein and average accustomed shall become due on shipment and shall be paid by the shipper in exchange for signed bill
of lading, in cash without discount, or at destination as agreed and declared herein. All freight and primage (if any) shall be considered as earned whether the ship or goods or
chattels  be  lost  or  not  lost  at   any  stage  of  the  entire  transit,   and  full   freight  shall be paid on  damaged  or  unsound  goods  or  chattels.
17. The carrier shall have a lien on the goods for all freight and also for dead freight on any portion of the goods covered by the shipping orders granted in respect
hereof which may not have been shipped and for all charges stipulated herein to be borne by the shipper, owner or consignee, and if on sale at destination for freight and charges the
proceeds fail to cover said freight and charges, the carrier shall be entitled to recover the difference from the shipper. The shipper, owner and consignee shall be responsible for any
fines or damages which the ship or cargo may incur or suffer by reason of the incorrect or insufficient marking, numbering or addressing of packages or description of their contents.
18. The freight within mentioned has been calculated and based upon a description of the goods declared by the shipper to the shipowner. The shipper warrants the cor-
rectness of such description. If such description should prove to be untrue or incomplete, the shipper, owner, and consignee and each of them shall be liable for and shall pay to
the carriers as and by way of liquidated and ascertained damages, but not as a penalty, a sum equal to double the freight which would have been charged if the goods had been
correctly described, less the freight actually paid. Any lift weighing over two tons of 2,000 lbs. and each of them in addition to paying the above mentioned double freight shall
make  good and bear  any  loss,   damage  or  delay  caused  in  handling  to  any  property or  persons  whatsoever  and  shall   also  pay  all   additional   charges  of  handling.
19. Should a port be inaccessible on account of ice, blockade or interdict, or should entry and/or discharge be deemed by the master unsafe or inadvisable or liablt. to
subject the steamer to any risk or delay whatsoever, whether in consequence of war, disturbance, epidemic, strikes, lockouts, congestion or condition of port or docks or of any
other cause or to be likely to subject the steamer or the goods to quarantine or delay on that account there or at any subsequent port the master shall have the liberty to discharge
the goods intended for such port on the ice, in depot, lazaretto, hulk or craft as required for the ship's despatch, or at some other port at his option at the risk and expense of
the shipper, owner or consignee of the goods and the ship's responsibility shall cease when the goods are so discharged. The shipper, owner or consignee of the goods and each
of them shall be  liable  for  all  quarantine expenses  of whatever  nature or kind.
20. Optional delivery is granted only when arranged prior to the shipment of the goods and expressed in the bill of lading. A consignee desiring to avail himself of the
option so expressed must give notice to the carrier's agent at the first port of steamer's call named in the option at least 24 hours prior to steamer's arrival there; otherwise the
goods  shall  be  landed  at  carrier's  discretion   and  the  carrier's  responsibility  shall  cease.
21. The carrier shall not be responsible for capture, seizure, detention or the consequences thereof or any attempt thereat, nor for any consequences, direct, or indirect,
resulting from a state of war and in any such event the carrier reserves the right to discharge the cargo at the ship's discretion at any port or place at the risk and expense of the
shipper, owner or consignee of the cargo, and the carrier's liability shall cease when the cargo is so discharged. The ship shall have the liberty to comply with any orders or
directions as to departure, arrival, routes, ports of call, stoppage or otherwise however, given by any government or any department thereof or by any person acting or purporting
to act with the authorities of a government or of any department thereof, and nothing done or not done by reason of any such orders or directions shall be deemed a deviation, nor
shall the carrier be responsible for any loss,  damage or expenses resulting either directly or indirectly  therefrom. J^llp|2K|^s|g
H/h If any bags of grain> Coffee, cocoa or similar cargo be landed slack or torn, the owners or consignees shall accept such proportion of the sweepings as shall be allotted
by the agents of the carrier and the same shall be deemed a full settlement of any claim for loss in weight. Under no circumstances will the carrier be responsible for the
bursting  of  single  sacks  and  consequent  loss  of  contents.
23.    Carrier  shall  not  be responsible  for  chafage,  breakage,  splitting  or  discoloration of lumber.
24. Any claim for loss, damage or other cause must be preferred in writing at the port of destination, at the office of.the delivering carrier, before removal of the goods
and witBte-'seven days after discharge of the cargo from the steamer and any claim not preferred at the place and within the time specified shall be deemed to be waived and the
carriers shall be deemed to be relieved from any liability thereon. In no event shall an action for recovery of damages be sustainable if begun more than twelve calendar months
after the discharge of the cargo from the steamer. ^£~t*jfe<S
25. Any* admitted' claim for loss, damage or« other* cause shall be adjusted ofethe'.jiasSs of the cash value at por^ of'shipment -at time,of shipment, subject in all cases to
the operation of clause  4  of this  bill  of  lading.
26. The carriers shall not be liable for any loss of or damage to any goods under this bill of lading, however caused, which are capable of being covered by a policy ot
insurance issued by a company accepting ordinary marine risks or by insurance under a standard or ordinary form of marine insurance policy. In case the carrier is liable for loss
or damage to any goods under this bill of lading, the carrier shall have the full benefit of any insurance that may have been effected upon or on account of said property and may
deduct from any claims hereunder the amount of any loan made by any insurer on the goods carried hereunder to the shipper or owner of the cargo, which loan is made pending any
claim for insurance on such goods.
27. In the event of any vessel belonging to the carriers rendering service to the vessel carrying the goods enumerated in this bill oP lading entitling the assisting vessel to
salvage reward or  remuneration  for  such service,   such reward or  remuneration  shall  be  treated in the same manner as if the assisting vessel belonged to another company or person.
28. Average, if any, to be adjusted according to the York-Antwerp rules of 1924 and as to matters not therein provided for, according to the laws and usages in Japan
or at place of discharge at the option of the carriers. Average bond and statement of cargo values declared therein to be signed, also sufficient security to be given as required by
Master or agents. Owner of goods to contribute to the expenses of a general average nature and pay salvage and/or special charges incurred in respect of cargo although resulting
from any of.the causes taken exception of by this bill of lading. If the carrier shall have exercised due diligence to make said ship in all respects seaworthy and properly manned,
equipped and;" suWlJp^Pjfs hereby agreed that in case of danger, damage or disaster resulting from fault or negligence of the pilot, master'<}r crew*, in the navigation or management of the ship, or from latent or other defects, or unseaworthiness of the ship, whether existing at the tirtre of shipment or at thfe beginning'or during the course of the
voyage, but not. discoverable.. by. due diligence, the consignee or owner of the cargo shall not be exempted, from liability for contribution in the General Average or for any
special charges incurred, but with' the shipowner, shall contribute in general average and shall pay such special charges as if such danger, damage or disaster had not resulted from
such   fault,   negligence,   latent   or   other   defect   or   unseaworthiness. IS^~f$§!
29. Shipments moving under this bill of lading from ports of the United States are subject to all the terms and conditions of, and to all the exemptions from liability
contained   in  the Act  of  Congress  of  the  United   States  approved  February   13,   1893,   and   known   as   "The. Harter   Act." 3 ''W^^^i./^^3^^"^"^^J7
Shipments moving under this bill of lading from Canadian ports are subject to all the terms and provisions of, and all the exemptions from liability contained in "The
Water-Carriage of Goods Act"  of  Canada,  Section 4 of which.is as follows: ^-^^^^'S'f.^^Clls^fe-*' i(l§2§Siii'
"4.    Where   any  bill   of  lading   or   similar   document   of  title  to   goods   contains   any  clause,   covenant   or' agreement   whereby— *^^^^^^^^^
(a) The owner, charterer, master or agent of any ship, or the ship itself, is relieved from liability for loss, or damage to-goods arising from negligence, fault, or failure
in   the   proper   loading,   stowage,   custody,   care   or   dwwery   of   goods   recefv^K^^Rffl^ff,^i^!"wa^^m" to be  carried  in  or :by" the  ship;   or
(b) Any obligations of the owner or charterer of any ship to exercise due diligence to properly man, equip, and supply the ship, and make and keep the ship seaworthy,
and make and keep the ship's hold, refrigerating and cool chambers, and all other parts of the ship in which goods are carried, fit and safe for their reception, carriage  and  preservation,   are  in  any  wise  lessened,   weakened  or  avoided;  or,
(c) the obligations of the master, officers, agents, or servants of any ship to carefully handle and stow goods, and to care for, preserve, and properly deliver them, are in
any  wise  lessened,   weakened  or  avoided; r^^s
such clause,  covenant or agreement shall be  illegal,  null and void,  and  of no effect,  unless such clause, covenant or agreement is in accordance with the other provisions of this Act."
Nothing   herein   contained   shall   deprive   the   carriers   of   the   benefit   of   any  statutory exemption from or limitation of liability in respect of any loss or damage to the said
goods however caused.
30. The   word   "Steamship"   or   "Steamer"   as   used   in   this   form   of  bill   of  lading  is  understood to  include  and  to  stand  for  motorship,   as  the  case, ihay  require). ' ;
31. This bill of lading,  duly endorsed,   is to be surrendered  to carrier's agent  in exchange   for   delivery-order."
i> 32.    The   conditions ' and  exceptions   contained  in   this  bill  of  ladkig.shall   also  apply  during  the  transportation  in;, craft ^r^tl^ul^; or  on  shore,   or  when  stored  in  ware
houses  or  godowns  wheresoever  directed.
33. In accepting this bill of lading, the shipper, owner and consignee of the goods and the holder of the bill of lading agree to be bound by all of its stipulations, exceptions and conditions whether written,  printed or  stamped,  as fully.as if they were all signed  by such  shipper,  owner,   consignee or holder.
r^-—J 1
♦^AH Policies issued abroad and made payable in the Unitvu
Kingdom are required by law to have a Government Stamp ^
affixed within ten days after date of receipt in the United
Kingdom.
CARGO POLICY
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MnttywB $c UttrtttgBtan
34fl Glalifontia fbfattt, $att Mtwxtxstn, (Ealttettta
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i. Warranted free of capture, seizure, arrest, restraint, or
detainment, and the consequences thereof or of any attempt thereat (piracy excepted), and also from all consequences of hostilities or warlike operations, whether before or after declaration of war.
z. Warranted free of loss or damage caused by strikers,
locked-out workmen, or persons taking part in labour disturbances or riots or civil commotions.
Should clause No. i be deleted, clause No. 3 is
to operate as part of this Policy.
j. Warranted free of any claim based upon loss of, or frustration of, the insured voyage, or adventure, caused by
arrests, restraints, or detainments of kings, princes, or
Peoples.
4. General Average and Salvage Charges payable according
to Foreign Statement or pet York-Antwerp Rules if in
accordance with the contract of affreightment.
5. Warranted that should the vessel and!or craft ground
within the limits of the Columbia and/or Willamette
and/or Fraser Rivers and/or Tributaries andlor in the
Suez Canal and/or Panama Canal andlor Manchester
Ship Canal or its connections andlor in the River Mersey
above Rock Ferry Slip and/p/l/in any other canals, harbors, or tidal rivers, such grounding not to be deemed a
stranding, but underwriters to pay for any damage which
may be proved to have directly resulted therefrom.
6. Held covered at a premium to be arranged in case of
deiiinti/m.   nr  r.hnnoe  nf mnvnoe.    or  other  variation  of the
WtyVVtUB, it hath been proposed to the QUEEN  INSURANCE COMPANY  OF AMERICA,
WO» Ml iBMBOf
INSTITUTE  CARGO  CLAUSES  F. P. A.
(WITH   ENGLISH   LAW AND  USAGE  CLAUSE)
Warranted free of capture, seizure, arrest, restraint or detainment, and the conse- F. C. & S.
quences thereof or of any attempt thereat  (piracy excepted),  and also  from all clause,
consequences of hostilities or warlike operations, whether before or after declaration of war.
Warranted free of loss or damage caused by strikers, locked-out workmen, or per- Strikes, riots
sons taking part in labour disturbances, or riots or civil commotions. and civil
commotions
Should Clause No. 1 be deleted, Clause No. 3 is to operate as part of this Policy. clause.
Warranted free of any claim based upon loss  of,  or frustration of,  the insured  Frustration
voyage, or adventure, caused by arrests, restraints or detainments of kings, princes,  clause,
or peoples.
General average and salvage charges payable according to foreign statement or per  g/A clause.
York-Antwerp Rules if in accordance with the contract of affreightment.
Held covered at a premium to be arranged in case of deviation or change of voyage Deviation
or other variation of the risk by reason of the exercise of any liberty granted to  clause,
the shipowner or charterer under the contract of affreightment, or of any omission
or error in the description of the interest, vessel, or voyage.
The risks covered by this policy attach from the time the goods leave the shipper's Warehouse to
or manufacturer's warehouse at the port of shipment, unless otherwise stated, and  warehouse
continue during the ordinary course of transit, including customary transhipment if   clause,
any, until the goods are safely deposited in the consignee's or other warehouse at the
destination named in the policy or until the expiry of fifteen days from midnight of
the day on which the discharge of the goods hereby insured from the vessel is completed, whichever may first occur.   When the destination to which the goods  are
insured is without the limits of the port of discharge the risks covered by this policy
continue until the goods are safely deposited in the consignee or other warehouse at
the destination named in the policy or until the expiry of 30 days from midnight of
the day on which the discharge of the goods hereby insured from the vessel is completed, whichever may first occur.   Transhipment, If any, otherwise than as above,
and/or delay arising from circumstances beyond the control of the assured, held
covered at a premium to be arranged.
Including transit by craft, raft, and/or lighter to and from the vessel.   Each craft,   Craft, &c,
raft, and/or lighter to be deemed a separate Insurance.   The assured are not to be  clause,
prejudiced by any agreement exempting lightermen from liability.
The Assured are not to be prejudiced by the presence of the negligence clause and/or Bill of Lading,
latent defect clause in the Bills of Lading and/or Charter Party. The seaworthiness of &c, clause,
the vessel as between the Assured and the Assurer is hereby admitted and the wrongful act or misconduct of the shipowner or his servants causing a loss Is not to defeat
the recovery by an Innocent Assured if the loss In the absence of such wrongful act
or misconduct would have been a loss recoverable on the policy. With leave to sail
with or without pilots, and to tow and assist vessels or craft In all situations, and to
be towed.
Warranted free from Particular Average unless the vessel or craft be stranded, sunk, F. P. A. clause.
or burnt, but notwithstanding this warranty the Assurers are to pay the insured
value of any package or packages which may be totally lost in loading, transhipment or discharge, also for any loss of or damage to the interests insured which
may reasonably be attributed to fire, collision or contact of the vessel and/or craft
and/or conveyance with any external substance (Ice Included) other than water,
or to discharge of cargo at port of distress, also to pay landing, warehousing, forwarding and special charges if incurred for which Underwriters would be liable
under a policy covering Particular Average.
BY
as well in his or their own name as for and in the name and names of all and every other person or persons
to whom the subject matter of this Policy does may or shall appertain in part or in all to make with the said
Company the said Insurance hereinafter mentioned and described.
Now this Policy Witnesseth that in consideration of the said person or persons effecting this Policy promising to pay to the said Company the sum of   **' ^^ *«**©*#»
as a premium at and after the rate of ®^  pf*WigW
per cent, for such Insurance the said Company takes upon itself the burthen of such Insurance to the amount
of  \   ~     Sight j^|ljj| ttijifl    ($6000*00)
heir Executors Administrators and Assigns in all respects truly
in this Policy AND it is hereby agreed and declared that the
jst or not lost) at and from
jubject matter of this Policy as between the Insured and the i
*wm iurs**
SsugteA, ahins*
Li*h any iuv^Zift* m. ateim* mi£ $$$$
;«i$ &&utd& & ;$femr;!#ii& Aivntra 0$
10.
English Law and Usage.   This insurance is understood and agreed to be subject to English
English Law and Usage as to liability for and settlement of any and all claims. Law and
  Usage clause.
Q. 3-28-5000 •;"£*
that the Insurance aforesaid shall commence from the time the
inder deck on board the said Ship or Vessel Craft or Boat as
landed at as above
the said Company is content to bear and does take upon itself
of the Seas Fire Pirates Rovers Assailing Thieves Jettisons
id of all other like Perils Losses and Misfortunes that have or shall
aforesaid subject matter of this Insurance or any part thereof
1 be lawful and necessary for the Insured his or their Factors
for in and about the Defence Safeguard and Recovery of the
] any part thereof without prejudice to this Insurance the
in proportion to the sum hereby insured AND it is expressly
• j   i I |  »r Insured  in  Recovering  Saving  or  Preserving  the  Property
insured shall be considered as a waiver or acceptance of abandonment.
Vancouver, British Columbian's      3»*Hwa
m
^WSuTftS advanced by this Company equal to "the sum
short collected from the carrier andlor bailees andlor in-
ttSttfi&iJZSP^ZSBgiyS? m m™SS **»<* *• undersigned « behalf of the said Company have hereunto _set their hands
vided always the loss shall constitute in other respects a
claim under this insurance). In the event of loss or
damage this policy shall be null and void to the extent
of any payment made by any carrier or bailees or insurers
whether liable or not.
. English Law and Usag*. This insurance is understood
and agreed to be subject to English Law and usage as to
liability for and settlement of any and all claims.
day of *tt*fUU?yt   XWHJU
Examined_
VANCOUVER INSURANCE and VESSEL AEFnr.v »^
Per..
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^ All Policies issued abroad and made payable in the Unitvu
Kingdom are required by law to have a Government Stamp
affixed within ten days after date of receipt in the United
Kingdom.
CARGO POLICY
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2tfjp Hanrottuw^Httrattrp attfc Braur! Agrnrg. Utmitr b, Agrota
SmJjftnbtt Bttttt W., Tffattrmrorr, 1. OL
No '.M/?^..
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i. Warranted free of capture, seizure, arrest, restraint, or
detainment, and the consequences thereof or of any attempt thereat (piracy excepted), and also from all consequences of hostilities or warlike operations, whether before or after declaration of war.
i. Warranted free of loss or damage caused by strikers,
locked-out workmen, or persons taking part in labour disturbances or riots or civil commotions.
Should clause No. i be deleted, clause No. 3 is
to operate as part of this Policy.
;. Warranted free of any claim based upon loss of, or frustration of, the insured voyage, or adventure, caused by
arrests,  restraints, or detainments of kings,  princes, or
peoples.
[. General Average and Salvage Charges payable according
to Foreign Statement or per  York-Antwerp Rules if in
accordance with the contract of affreightment.
;. Warranted that should the  vessel and/or craft ground
within  the  limits  of  the   Columbia  and/or   Willamette
andlor Fraser Rivers andlor Tributaries andlor in the
Suez   Canal andlor  Panama  Canal  andlor Manchester
ySftiA, Canal or its connections andlor in the River Mersey
above Rock Ferry Slip andlor in any/other canals, harbors, or tidal rivers, such grounding not to be deemed a
stranding, but underwriters to pay for any damage which
may be proved to have directly resulted therefrom.
>. Held covered at a premium to be arranged in case of
deviation or change of voyage, or other variation of the
. of the exercise of any liberty granted to
or charterer under the contract of affreight-
1 omission or error in the description of the
>r voyage.
'   tt by craft andlor lighter to and from the
aft andlor lighter to be deemed a separate
\ assured are not to be prejudiced by any
wting lightermen from liability.
'c not to be prejudiced by the presence of
\clause andlor latent defect clause in the
\g and/or Charter Party.    With leave to
thout pilots, and to tow and assist vessels
situations, and to be towed,
t stated in writing in this policy the inter-
pranted free from Particular Average un-
»r craft be stranded, sunk, or burnt, but
\this warranty the Assurers are to pay the
I any package or packages which may be
fding, transshipment or discharge, also for
umage to the interests insured which may
jtributed to fire, collision or contact of the
aft andior conveyance with any external
icluded) other than water, or to discharge
of distress, also to pay landing, warehous-
and special charges if incurred for which
\uld be liable  under  a policy  covering
r
anything to the contrary this insurance
I from any claim for or consequent upon
or loss of time whether arising from a
or otherwise.
warranted to  be in all  cases  null and
mt of any insurance by any carrier or
huld attach and cover said property if
lot been issued, and to be null and void
or damage by fire on land to the extent
against loss or damage by fire, directly
jering upon the same property, whether
ent hereto in date, and it is also under-
, that in case any agreement be made or
tassured with any carrier or bailee by
lated that such or any carrier or bailee
t of any loss for which he may be liable,
s insurance, or exemption in any man-
ability grounded on the fact of this in-
i in that event this Company shall be
v liability for such loss3 hereunder, but
,ise and all cases of loss or damage by
ainst  shall  be liable  and  owe actual
y) what cannot be collected from cares andlor insurers of property lost or
lo shall be chargeable with the direct
Uence to the assured temporarily aris-
in  collection from said carrier andlor
surers, and the advancing for this purls to the assured for his protection pend-
hll in no case be considered as affecting
B final liability of this insurance, and as
-is made from the carrier and/or bailees
me title of the assured to hold, the sums
this Company shall discontinue, and a
\ual to the sum collected from the car-
vis andlor insurers, shall be repaid to
Win case of final failure to collect from
<r bailees andlor insurers, a portion of
the sums advanced by this Company equal to the sum
short collected from the carrier andlor bailees andlor insurers, may be retained and applied in settlement of the.,
actual liability of this insurance thereby established 3(provided always the loss shall constitute in other respects a
claim  under this insurance).   In the  event of loss  or
damage this policy shall be null and void to the extent
of any payment made by any carrier or bailees or insurers
whether liable or not.
. English Law and Usage.   This insurance is understood
and agreed to be subject to English Law and usage as to
liability for and settlement of any and all claims.
(Jhtmt Jn^unmr? (Etfmpmuj af Astwrtra
34fl Glalifornia !£tmk 0an Sffranriaro, California
mattagmi Parifir (ftaaat Utaritt* Srpartmrttt
BY
VVVUB, it hath been proposed to the QUEEN  INSURANCE COMPANY  OF AMERICA,
as well in his or their own name as for and in the name and names of all and every other person or persons
to whom the subject matter of this Policy does may or shall appertain in part or in all to make with the said
Company the said Insurance hereinafter mentioned and described.
Now this Policy WITNESSETH that in consideration of the said person or persons effecting this Policy prom-
ismg to pay to the said Company the sum of ^**
as a premium at and after the rate of
per cent, for such Insurance the said Company takes upon itself the burthen of such Insurance to the amount
of Bight iHtousaad DoXl&ro    (fiitNMK)}
and promises and agrees with the Insured their Executors Administrators and Assigns in all respects truly
to perform and fulfill the contract contained in this Policy AND it is hereby agreed and declared that the
said Insurance shall be and is an Insurance (lost or not lost) at and from
WmmnmT.% 8# 0*.» to Shanghai* Ofei»a»
AND it is also agreed and declared that the subject matter of this Policy as between the Insured and the sai.
CWW ^tefnS^hilMf I^^H^pUHM #8000.00*
iiflt
laden (under deck) on board the ship or vessel
*IfO lttl**i
Loss if any payable to the order of the Assured in
in tb# ®rmt of Iota afet£v& oft? IjstoItp & alalm, mlX upon
th$-8#$m& lr *^a* ac eaopMsr   .tnl*, <$3 t s of
this Gonpany, for mttmff mA :j-cttl</io^1}G .
AND the said Company promises and agrees that the Insurance aforesaid shall commence from the time the
subject matter of this Policy shall be laden under deck on board the said Ship or Vessel Craft or Boat as
above and continue until discharged and safely landed at as above
AND* touching the Adventures and Perils which the said Company is content to bear and does take upon itself
in the Voyage so Insured as aforesaid they are of the Seas Fire Pirates Rovers Assailing Thieves Jettisons
Criminal Barratry of the Master and Mariners and of all other like Perils Losses and Misfortunes that have or shall
come to the Hurt Detriment or Damage of the aforesaid subject matter of this Insurance or any part thereof
AND in case of any Loss or Misfortune it shall be lawful and necessary for the Insured his or their Factors
Servants and Assigns to sue labour and travel for in and about the Defence Safeguard and Recovery of the
aforesaid subject matter of this Insurance or any part thereof without prejudice to this Insurance the
charges whereof the said Company will bear in proportion to the sum hereby insured AND it is expressly
declared and agreed that no Acts of Insurer or Insured in Recovering Saving or Preserving the Property
insured shall be considered as a waiver or acceptance of abandonment.
IN WITNESS whereof the undersigned on behalf of the said Company have hereunto set their hands in
Vancouver, British Columbia, this    ■ H»ft day of #^^^Ft  1W8*
Examined.
VANCOUVER INSURANCE and VESSEL AGENCY I
m
9-27-2800
PRINTED IN U.S./ r
Telephone Sey. 313
Cable Address "WINGSANG" Vancouver.
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CODES
! A. B.C.I
A. B.C.!
Bentley'j
P.O. BOX 15
5th. Edition
5th. Edition Improved
WING SANG CO.
^sfctMislji&     1SS0
WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS, GENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS &.  EXPORTERS
51   PENDER   STREET   EAST
VANCOUVER,  B. C. iJOtt-lffiUlk 192-$-
The Manager,
The Industrial and Commercial Bank Limited,
164 Ssechuen Boad,
Shanghai, China«
Dear Sir:-
We enclose you herewith duplicate Bill of Lading , and
Draft for the sum of forty Three Hundred Dollars Gold ($$4800*)
against Tong Tak Tai, 119 Kiangse Road, Shanghai, China for 800 boxes
of Salt Herring shipped per S*S#» Stanley** sailing from Vancouver
on Jan 1st 1929* The original documents are sent to you by register
Mail*
Please notify Messrs Tong Tak Tai to honor our Draft, and
when you collect the above amount, kindly remit us the same by mail
at your earliest convenience*
Yours very truly,
Wing Sang Co«f
per
Copy * Telephone Sey. 313 Q PO  Box 15
Cable Address "WINGSANG" Vancouver. r  A. B. c 5th. Edition
CODES  )    A, B. C 5th. Edition Improved
Bentley's
WING SANG CO.
VTzslMmfytb    XSSS
WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS, GENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS &  EXPORTERS
51   PENDER   STREET   EAST
VANCOUVER,  B. C. *«.-19th_ —-192--?1
The Manager, fif^S
The Industrial and Commercial Bank Limited,
164 Sseehuen Boad,
Shanghai, China*
Dear Sir:-
We enclose you herewith Bill of Lading and draft for the
sum of forty Three Hundred Dollars Gold ({£#4,300,00} against
Tong Tak Tai 119 Kiangse Bead, Shanghai, China for 800 boxes of
Salt Herring by SJMStanley* which sailed from Vancouver on Jan 1st
1929*
Please notify Messrs Tong Tak Tai to honor this Draft
and when you collect the above amount, kindly remit us the same
by mall at your earliest convenience.
Yours r^vy  truly,
Wing Sang Co*,
Q> L
(faltara^m #4,300.00 &oid
Duplicate
ipvLVLer,  B.C.  Jan I Oth
.77339.
Twenty days
_Sight^
YyMAJ $&QXS^a^&M^^
The Industrial And Commercial Bank Limited, Shanghai, China*
The Sum of Forty Three Hundred
3ft4
fcold)
JAOx^S' TA^CeA^
(Liff  Tong Tak Tai
Sang Oof
119 Kiangsi Road,
Shanghai, China. TELEPHONE SEY. 313
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SI PENDER ST. E.
J&eitnbliztizb IBSB
WHOLESALE   MERCHANTS,   GENERAL   AGENTS
IMPORTERS AND  EXPORTERS
VANCOUVER, B.  C. JftlllitlL
SOLD JO i<!ifr.lliE...lii	
119 Kiangse Hoad, Shanghai y China,	
19..WL
TERMS:.
INVOICE   NO....
Vise No.
Se§n si
via
U.S..
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Vai2Co;
§*B#*Staalsgr* sailing from Vancouver, B*@«
SOO Mm% ialted Herring Total 3§?t2S0 Iten
Total 160*$ tons at #38*00 gold per ton totfcl
.JftN.i.a.ma. .19n	
Chinese Consulate for Western
yer, 'British Columbia
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AND
HEAD OFFICE
SEATTLE
DOLLAR STEAMSHIP LINE
TRANSPACIFIC BILL OF LADING
HEAD OFFICE
SAN  FRANCISCO
COVERING INDEPENDENT SERVICES OF AMERICAN MAIL LINE AND DOLLAR STEAMSHIP LINE
Contract No.
t4f7fL
WINS  SAN8 CO
Bill of Lading"
s»22©
SHIPPED, in apparent good order and condition, by.
.JUUtCfflKER	
Mmass. 1.4.9...
 to be transported by the American Steamship 33M.z%xS&:l!£.'.9... ..Sf.*T,„gP......from the port
of YAJUUyUVtn and bound for...^oAMfilMk| or failing shipment by said vessel, by a
subsequent vessel  or vessels,  the  following goods  being  marked  and numbered as below (quality, quantity, gauge, weight, measurement,
contents and value unknown) and to be delivered in like good order and condition at the port of....SoA*^-fc*£l&.i„.
or as near therej—*
VANCOUVER
vessel  or vesi
d value unknot
iJjil'WTOW^AL amp eoMMEite ug/mmW*
Destination...
SMAMGM.1.
jjmlIak tai ita kiangse mm
Notify.
or to his heirs or their assigns, on payment oiTfreight and charges thereon in cash withoul reduction," crecht, or discount, immediately on discharge of the goods at the rate as below, unless prepaid (all collect freights under this bill of lading, including any short paid freight,
shall be converted at the current sight rate of exchange on New York on the date the vessel enters customs at the port of discharge), and
upon the following terms and conditions:
shanghai
hout reduction, creail
IS
ssj
'3-S.
MARKS AND  NUMBERS
Y M
OF   LADING /IAS   ^|
THE   A^OVELjNiA]
CONTENTS
exs buy salt herring
DOUBLE  STRAPPE0
cargo steamer no it
oration shrinkage
tong deliver* resulting
inct or obliterated m/
Ui200©
COP
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NOT MEG
TO BE USED.FOR MEM"
.ORANl'UM
ACCOUNTABLE
IN  WEIGHIT   NOR
FROM
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GOTIA
BLE
PURPOSES
ONLY
CUBIC
PEET
mmm
FREIGHT CHARGES PAYABLE AT
VANCOUVER BC
£^
#00 CU FT AT /B 50 PER 1*0 CW FT jSlUUS 00 PREPAI0
RATES, WEIGHT AND/OR MEASUREMENT SUBJECT  TO  CORRECTION.
The vessel shall have liberty to go on drydock with or without
cargo on board, to carry any cargo on or underdeck at carrier's
option, to call at any port or ports in or out of or beyond the customary or advertised route for the purpose of bunkering, loading
or discharging cargo, for this, a prior or subsequent voyage, to
sail with or without pilots, to tow and to be towed, and to assist
vessels in all places and in all situations and to take any measure
deemed advisable by the master for the purpose of saving life and/or
property; to convey goods in craft and/or lighters to and from the
vessel at the risk of the owner of the goods; and to tranship the
goods by any other carrier or carriers. Neither the vessel, her owner,
nor agent shall be liable for loss or damage resulting from: Act of
God, perils, dangers, and accidents of the sea or other navigable
waters; fire, from any cause or wheresoever occurring; barratry of
master or crew; enemies, pirates or robbers; arrest or restraint of
princes, rulers, or people, or seizure under legal process; fumigation
under governmental orders; riots, strikes, lockouts, or stoppage of
labor; saving or attempting to save life or property at sea; inherent
vice, nature, defect or change of character of the goods; insufficiency
or absence of marks, numbers, address or description; explosion,
bursting of boilers, breakage of shafts, or any latent defects in hull,
machinery, or appurtenances, or unseaworthiness of the vessel,
whether existing at time of shipment or at the beginning of the
voyage, provided the owners shall have exercised due diligence to
make the vessel seaworthy, properly manned, equipped and supplied.
Except when caused by negligence «n the part of the vessel, neither
the vessel, her owner, nor agent, shall be liable for loss or damage
resulting from: Heat, frost, decay, putrefaction, rust, sweat, breakage, leakage, smell, taint or evaporation from any other goods,
drainage, ullage, vermin or by explosion of any of the goods, whether
shipped with or without disclosure of their nature; and such goods
may be thrown overboard or destroyed at any time without compensation; nor for risk of craft, hulk or transshipment; nor for any loss
or damage caused by the prolongation of the voyage.
General average shall be adjusted and settled at Seattle, and
shall be payable according to York-Antwerp Rules, 1890, and as to
matters not therein provided, according to the laws and customs of
the Port of Seattle. Average bond must be furnished, with such
security as may be required by the Master or vessel's agents, before
delivery of the goods. If the owners shall have exercised due diligence to make the vessel in all respects seaworthy, and to have her
properly manned, equipped, and supplied, it is hereby agreed that in
case of danger, damage or disaster, resulting from accident, or faults
or errors in navigation, or in the management of the vessel, or
from any latent defect in the vessel, her machinery or appurtenances, or from unseaworthiness, whether existing at the time of
shipment or at the beginning of the voyage (provided the latent
defect or the unseaworthiness was not discoverable by the exercise of due diligence), the shippers, consignees or owners of the
cargo shall, nevertheless, pay salvage, and any special charges incurred in respect of the cargo, and shall contribute with the shipowner in General Average to the payment of any sacrifices, losses
or expenses of a General Average nature that may be made or
incurred for the common benefit or to relieve the adventure from
any common peril, all with the same force and effect, and to the
same extent, as if such danger, damage or disaster had not resulted from, or been occasioned by, faults or errors in navigation,
or in the management of the vessel, or any latent defect or unseaworthiness.
IN ACCEPTING THIS BILL OF LADING the shipper, owner, and consignee of the goods and the holder of the bill of lading agree to
be bound by all its stipulations, exceptions, and conditions, whether written, printed, or stamped, on the front or the back hereof, as fully
as if they were all signed by said shipper, owner, consignee, or holder, any local c«ggfara^pr privileges to the contrary notwithstanding.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Master or Agent of said vessel has affirmed to..™-**!* bills of lading, all this tenor and date, one
of w:rra?*iw»grto stand ™ia-   ^_ % m m- I92 e
Accepted as to all terms and conditions hereof.
/
(aJc
Am<
(Made in U. S. A.) ADDITIONAL STIPULATIONS
AND AGREEMEN
£
OF THIS BILL OF.LADING
ll. This shipment is subject to all the terms and provisions of, and
all the exemptions from liability contained in, the act of Congress of the.
UfaitScl States, approved on the 13th day of February, 1893, and entitled
"An Act relating to the Navigation of Vessels, etc." This shipment is
subject to the provisions of sections 4281-4286, inclusive, of the Revised
Statutes of the United States.
2. The value of each package, shipped hereunder does not exceed
two hundred and fifty dollars ($250.00), unless otherwise stated herein,
on which basis the freight is adjusted, and the vessel's liability shall
in no case exceed that sum or the invoice value (including freight
charges, if paid, and including duty, if paid, and not returnable), whichever shall be tii$ least, unless a value in excess thereof be specially
declared, and started herein, and extra freight paid at the rate provided
in tariff on file with United States Shipping Board and on file at the
water carrier's .offices. Any partial loss or damage for which the carrier
may be Pliable \shall be adjusted pro rata on the above basis^     ^^fe"^
3. The vessel shall have a lien on the goods for all freight and ■
charges of whatsoever nature, and also for all fines and damages which
the vessel or cargo may incur or suffer by reasoii of the illegal, incorrect or insufficient marking, -^numbering op-addressing of packages or
descriptions of tbi6j>r_ cdtatents.J or failure qf-shipper to prepare bills of
lading in accordance with the regulations of the port, customs or consular authorities, or failure to provide manifests, consular, Board- of*
Health, or other certificates required to. accompany the goods. If an, a,
sale of the goods, the proceeds "fail to cover all sums due the carrier in
respect of said goods, the carrier shall be entitled to recover the difference from the shipper and/or consignee^
... .4L ..If vessel be prevented ..from reaching her destination by quarantine, shallow water, blockade* conditions-of weather,, surf, ice, war or
civil disturbances; or if it bap^ies impracticable to discharge the goods
at destination on account of congestion, strikes, labor difficulties or
otherwise, occurring before or after receipt of goods by the carrier,
vessel shall have liberty without proceeding to or near port of destination to proceed to, and discharge the goods at, a nearby available, strike
free, uncontested, port. Notice of discharge of goods shall. be dispatched to consignee as named herein,, otherwise.to shipper, and such
■ discharges shall be admitted as complete deliy^J'y under this contract
and full freight shall be deemed earned.'
5. The vessel may commence discharging immediately on arrival
and discharge continuously, any custom of the port to the contrary notwithstanding; the collector of the port being authorized to grant a
general order for discharge immediately on arrival, and if the goods
be not taken from alongside by the consignees directly they come to
hand in discharging the vessel, the master or vessel's agent to be at
liberty to-enter-and-land the goods, or put them-into craft, or store at
thq  risk  and   expense   of  thp  owner  of., the, goods,   dispatching  notice
h^repf to the consignee, if named herein   (at destination named), and
tnerwise to the Shipper, when the goods shall be deemed delivered, and
vessel's responsibility ended.
6. Full freight is payable on damaged or unsound goods, but no
freight is due on any increase in bulk or weight caused by the absorption of water during the voyage.. Freight is payable on the weight
or measurement stated herein, or at carrier's option on the landed
weight or measurement. If the weight or measurement has been
understated herein the cost of reweighing or remeasuring shall be paid
by the shipper and/or consignee, and shall be a charge on the goods.
Freight prepaid will not be-, returned, goods and/or vessel lost or npt
lost.      |j J':. ;.;   ;
7. Goods awaiting shipment or delivery are at shipper's risk of
loss or damage "not, happening thrbugh-the fault dr negligenoe"^o^tj^Bj
owner,' master, agent, or manager of the vessel, any custom of the port
to the contrary notwithstanding-.- ?   -r    « i
8. This bill of lading, duly indorsed, shall be surrendered to tlje
vessel's agent in exchange for delivery order of the goods.
9. Master porterage of t^Jdeilyjiry of,the "cargo is to be done by
the agents of the vessel; the expenses thereof together with tonnage
and shed dues, canal tolls, and charges are to be paid by the receivers
of the cargo.
10. Unless caused by vessel's negligence in handling, loading, stowing and/or discharging goods, vessel shall not be liable for:
(a) Damage to metal slabs, bars, ingots, rods, hoops, plates, etc.,
nor for loss of broken pieces of same;
(b) Damage to fragile goods or goods not properly packed;
(c) Discoloration splits, shakes or breakage of woodenware,
staves, lumber or logs;
(d) Broken bundles or number of pieces in bundles.
Unless required as a result of vessel's negligence, repacking, recoop-
ering and reconditioning shall be done at the expense of the goods.
11. Notice of loss, damage or delay must be given in writing to
the carrier within thirty days from the time the goods were ready for
deliveryy-orr in case of failure to make delivery to the holder of the
bill of lading, or in case of misdelivery, J.witKDtf thirty days after the
arrival at the port of discharge of the vessel on which the goods were
received; or, in case of the failure of the vessel on which the goods
were shipped to arsive-at- the port of discharge, the notice must be
given within thirty days of the time when she should have arrived-;
provided that notice of apparent loss or damage must be given before
the goods are removed from the custody of the carrier, and proper notation made on the receipt given to the carrier for the goods shall constitute the notice herein required. Written claim for loss, damage, delay,
i torsf^jjfure to make --delivery to t-nte holder of the bill of lading, or misde-
j pvery, must be filed? with .the-carrier within six months after the arrival
of the vessel at the port of discharge, or in case of failure of the vessel
on which the goods were shipped to arrive at the port of discharge,
written claim shall be made within six months of the time the vessel
should have arrived. Unless notice is given, and claim filed, as above
provided, neither the vessel, her owner, nor agent shall be liable. No
suit to recover for loss, damage, delay, or failure to make delivery to
the holder of the bill of lading, or for misdelivery, shall be maintained
unless instituted within one year after the arrival of the vessel at the
port of discharge or the time when she should have arrived, in case of
her -failure to arrive.
112. If within goods do not satisfy all requirements of any authorities for importation into the country of destination, shipper and/or
consignee will indemnify the vessel, her owner, and/or agent, for any
expense for detention of the vessel arising in consequence thereof. If
goods are not permitted to be landed at destination, they may be carried
to any other port or returned to the. port of loading and there discharged at the risk and expense of the goods.
13. Barging Clause—It is expressly agreed between the parties
hereto that irrespective of the vessel or vessels herein mentioned, carrier
may at its option barge or lighter the goods shipped hereunder within
and/or between the harbors of Puget Sound, including Victoria, B. C,
and Vancouver, B. C, and/or adjacent waters.
14. Trans-shipment Clause—Transshipment of cargo for ports or
inland points not included within the vessel's itinerary is to be at the
expense of the cargo and is subject to all conditions, stipulations,
and exceptions in bill of lading or freight note in use by the carrier or
carriers completing the transit. Neither the vessel, her owner, nor
agent, shall be deemed to be the agent of such carrier or carriers. If,
upon the arrival at port of transshipment, there shall be no carrier
ready to receive the goods, said goods may be discharged into lighters
or stored under suitable, available protection, at the risk and expense
of the goods. Neither the vessel, her owner, nor agent shall be liable
for loss, damage, or delay occurring after the discharge of said goods.
15. Tientsin and Shanghai cargo may be lightered from and/or to
the vessel below the bar and HONGKONG cargo from and/or to the
vessel at the vessel's option and expense but at the cargo's risk. In the
event  Taku Bar delivery  is  impossible  on  account  of Jce  conditions,
f
steamer has option to deliver freight at the nearest convenient: open
port as if such port were named as port of discharge and all charges
beyond such port for tne, account of and collectable from consignee.
16. Philippine Cargo—In accordance with regulations of Philippine
Customs Service, cargo is to be conveyed by the vessel's agent at the
risk and expense of the goods from vessel to the custom house wharf
and there delivered into the custody of the United ."States Custom house
or other proper authority for account of the consignee; and such
delivery shall constitute full discharge of the carrier's obligation under
this bill of lading. SsffSl
17. Contraband—Authorities' permit to land shipment at Shanghai
and/or other ports for transshipment or discharge, of spelter, salt, saltpeter, chlorate of potash, gunpowder, cartridges, ammunition, guns,
cannon, or other firearms, or any other goods designated as contraband,
must be delivered to vessel's agent at port of loading at least five (5)
days before vessel sails.
j 18. Sweepings—If any bagged or baled goods are landed slack or
torn, the receiver and/or consignee shall accept such proportion of the
sweepings as may be allotted by the vessel's agent, and the same shall
be deemed full settlement of any claim for loss in weight. Vessel not
responsible for loss of weight in bags or bales torn, mended/; or with
sample holes.
19.. Typhoons—In case of stress of weather, at^^nila during the
typhoon j season, vessel may discharge at Cavitej cargo consigned to
Manila, giving notice thereof to the consignee, if named herein (at
destination named), and such discharge shall be regarded as a complete
delivery under this bill of lading.
20. Dangerous Goods—The shippers shall be liable for any loss or
damage to steamer, goods, lighter or wharf caused by inflammable, explosive or dangerous gbpds,] shipped ""without full disclosure of their
nature,whether such shipper be - Principal or Agent; and such goods
may be thrown overboard or destroyed at any time without compensation. Extra, charges, if any, for discharging, lighterage or other expense
on hazardous goods declared or considered as such by civil or military
authorities, must be borne by shippers, and/or consignees.
21. ~!Livfe Stock Clause-4Liv§Tsto^k sHtll include-jall animals, fish
-or fowls. Ip addition-to thf foregoing "clauses, the carrier shall have
the benefit of the following additional clauses as to any live stock
received by it for carriage.
That freight is payable as above on the number of animals embarked, vessel lost or not lost, without regard to and irrespective of the
number landed, and vessel or her cargo or freight are not to be responsible for any general or other average contribution based on the destruction of such live stock, by jettison or by any cause ordinarily giving
..rise to claim for average contribution, or J:or accident, injury or death
arising from any cause whatsoever.
That the animals are to be received and %j|ken/delivery of immediately On the vessel being ready to discharge' them; failing this the
agents of the vessel are hereby authorized to land the animals and yard
them at the expense and risk of the agents, owners or consignees of the
animals, or of ;the holders of the bill of lading in-the place provided for
that purpose, Or elsewhere/ as the Collector of the Port shall direct, and -
When-'so placed to be subject to rent and charges. The Collector of the
Port being hereby authorized to grant a general order for discharging
immediately the vessel arrives.
That the shipper provides compressed fodder and attendants for the
live stock, and takes all responsibility in their shipping, carriage and
discharge and for] the accidents, damage, and mortality that may
happen to them from whatever cause arising in loading, discharging
and during the voyage. Vessel not accountable for any action which the
-Govef liment -may take in regard to these animals, no matter what the
reason for, orTesult of such action may be.
That the vessel provides fittings as customary; and also a supply
of fresh water, but the vessel is not to be held responsible for any
defector insufficiency in. said fittings, or in the tanks, condenser, or any
of its appurtenances, or in. the ventilation of the vessel, all the same
being* hereby approved of and accepted by the shipper.
Vessel not accountable^ for number of animals. All animals are
entirely at the shipper's risk.
Vessel has the liberty to transship the live stock into lighter or
vessel for conveyance to port of discharge, so doing at vessel's expense
and shipper's risk.
Unless a higher value be stated herein, the value of any animal
received for transportation does not exceed the base valuation contained in carrier's special Live Stock Circular; and the freight thereon
has been adjusted on such valuation, and no oral declaration or agreement shall be evidence of a different valuation. In computing any
liability of the carrier no value should be placed thereon, higher than
invoice cost not exceeding. the aforesaid agreed value (or such other
value as may be stated herein and extra freight paid upon).
22. Refrigerator Clause—It is expressly agreed that the carrier^
does not undertake to carry any goods or articles in refrigerated or
especially cooled or ventilated compartments and shall not be liable for
any loss or damage from failure so to do unless such carriage is expressly stipulated for herein. As regards refrigerated cargo the Carrier
undertakes that the vessel, shall be classed in the American Bureau of
Shipping with Refrigerating Machinery certificate, and that . in the
Trans-Pacific service before loading refrigerated produce in any insulated space or spaces in any port or ports of the United States for the
voyage to the Orient and/or at the first port in the Orient where ,refrigerated produce is, loaded in such space or spaces for the return
voyage [to United States ports, isaM Carrier will obtain from the Surveyor for the American Bureau of Shipping or other Surveyor nominated
by that Bureau, or if there be no representative of said Bureau available, then from some other competent surveyor, a certificate stating
that the refrigerating machinery or space or spaces have been surveyed
under working conditions and have been.found to be in good condition
and satisfactory for the carriage of refrigerated produce. The existence
and production of the appropriate loading certificate shall be deemed
to be conclusive evidence against the Charterers, Shippers, and Consignees or Indorsees of Bill of Lading, that the vessel, her engines,
machinery, refrigerating machinery, spare gear, coals, and equipment
and insulation, were at the loading, and at the commencement and
during every stage of the voyage, in every respect sufficient and in a
seaworthy and satisfactory condition; and the existence of such certificate shall be deemed to satisfy and discharge every obligation or warranty, express or implied, under Charter PartyI or Bill of Lading, to
provide a seaworthy and satisfactory vessel for the voyage orany stage
thereof; and, further, it is mutually agreed that the carrier shall not be
liable for loss or damage occasioned by any latent defects in the vessel,
her engines, machinery, refrigerating machinery, spare gear, coals, and
equipment, and insulation or appurtenances, misfeasance, or nonfeasance, error in judgment, any act, neglect, or default whatsoever of
pilots, master or crew in the management or navigation of the ship,
collision, stranding, and all and every other dangers and accidents of
the seas, rivers, and canals, and of navigation of whatever kind, or
unseaworthiness of the ship, even existing at the time of shipment or
sailing on the voyage, provided that the carriers or the owners have exercised due diligence to make the vessel seaworthy.
The above exceptions are to be read in addition to, but absolutely
unqualified by, any other words, whether written "or printed, appearing
in this contract, or implied therefrom, and full and complete effect shall
be given to the aforesaid exceptions, anything to the contrary appearing
herein notwithstanding.
23. Except where in conflict with the law of the place of issue,
this bill of lading shall be construed and the liability of the carrier
thereunder determined according to the rules of law as interpreted by
the courts of the United States. The holder of this bill of lading expressly waives the benefit of the provisions of any foreign law in conflict with the provisions of this bill of lading. Carrier as used in this
bill of lading shall mean the carrying vessel and her owners.
24.    All goods shipped from Canada shall be subject to all the. terms and provisions of and all the  exemptions  from  liability contained  in
the Water Carriage of Goods Act, enacted by the Dominion Parliament of Canada, Chapter 61, of the Statutes of- Canada, 9-10 Bdw. VII, Section
4 of which is as follows:.
7:y*7*3i Where any billTOT "lading or similar document of title to goods contain any clause, covenant or agreement whereby:
(a) the owner, charterer, master or agent of any ship, or the ship itself, is relieved from liability for loss or damage to g'oods arising
from negligence, fault or failure in the proper loading, stowage; custody, care or delivery of goods received by them or any of them to be
carried in or by the ship; or
(b) any obligations of the owner or charterer of any ship to exercise due diligence to properly man, equip, and supply the ship, and make
and keep the ship seaworthy and make and keep the ship's hold, refrigerating and cool chambers, and all other parts of the ship in which goods
are carried, fit and safe for their reception, carriage and preservation, are in any wise lessened, weakened or avoided; or
(c) the obligation of the Master, officers, agents or servants of any ship to carefully handle and stow goods and to care for, preserve and,
properly deliver them, are in any wise lessened, weakened or avoided; such clause, covenant or agreement shall be illegal, null and void and of no
effect unless such clause, covenant or agreement is in accordance with the other provisions of this Act. M
All Policies issued abroad and made payable in the Unitvu
kingdom are required by law to have a Government Stamp
affixed within ten days after date of receipt in the United
Kingdom.   .
CARGO POLICY
EGOTIABLE
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i. Warranted free of capture, seizure, arrest, restraint, or
detainment, and the consequences thereof or of any attempt thereat (piracy excepted), and also from all consequences of hostilities or warlike operations, whether before or after declaration of war.
2. Warranted free of loss or damage caused by strikers,
locked-out workmen, or persons taking part in labour disturbances or riots or civil commotions.
Should clause No. i be deleted, clause No. 3 is
to operate as part of this Policy.
3. Warranted free of any claim based upon loss of, or frustration of, the insured voyage, or adventure, caused by
arrests, restraints, or detainments of kings, princes, or
peoples.
4. General Average and Salvage Charges payable according
to Foreign Statement or pet York-Antwerp Rules if in
accordance with the contract of affreightment.
5. Warranted that should the vessel and/or craft ground
within the limits of the Columbia and/or Willamette
andlor Fraser Rivers andlor Tributaries andlor in the
Suez Canal andlor Panama Canal andlor Manchester
Ship Canal or its connections andlor in the River Mersey
above Rock Ferry Slip andlor in any other canals, harbors, or tidal rivers, such grounding not to be deemed a
stranding, but underwriters to pay for any damage which
may be proved to have directly resulted therefrom.
—^—ti+M—r.nnmu.A. at  a   /lrrtim'iMu—to  he  arranged  in  case  of
INSTITUTE  CARGO  CLAUSES  F. P. A.
(WITH   ENGLISH  LAW AND  USAGE  CLAUSE)
1. Warranted free of capture, seizure, arrest, restraint or detainment, and the conse- P. C. & S.
quences thereof or of any attempt thereat  (piracy excepted),  and also  from all clause,
consequences of hostilities or warlike operations, whether before or after declaration of war.
2. Warranted free of loss or damage caused by strikers, locked-out workmen, or per- Strikes, riots
sons taking part in labour disturbances, or riots or civil commotions. and civil
commotions
Should Clause No. 1 be deleted, Clause No. 3 is to operate as part of this Policy. clause.
3. Warranted free of any claim based upon loss  of,  or frustration of, the insured Frustration
voyage, or adventure, caused by arrests, restraints or detainments of kings, princes,  clause.
or peoples.
4. General average and salvage charges payable according to foreign statement or per q/A clause.
York-Antwerp Rules if in accordance with the contract of affreightment.
5. Held covered at a premium to be arranged in case of deviation or change of voyage Deviation
or other variation of the risk by reason of the exercise of any liberty granted to  clause,
the shipowner or charterer under the contract of affreightment, or of any omission
or error in the description of the interest, vessel, or voyage.
6. The risks covered by this policy attach from the time the goods leave the shipper's Warehouse to
or manufacturer's warehouse at the port of shipment, unless otherwise stated, and warehouse
continue during the ordinary course of transit, including customary transhipment if clause.
any, until the goods are safely deposited in the consignee's or other warehouse at the
destination named in the policy or until the expiry of fifteen days from midnight of
the day on which the discharge of the goods hereby insured from the vessel is completed, whichever may first occur. When the destination to which the goods are
insured is without the limits of the port of discharge the risks covered by this policy
continue until the goods are safely deposited in the consignee or other warehouse at
the destination named in the policy or until the expiry of 30 days from midnight of
the day on which the discharge of the goods hereby insured from the vessel is completed, whichever may first occur. Transhipment, if any, otherwise than as above,
and/or delay arising from circumstances beyond the control of the assured, held
covered at a premium to be arranged.
7. Including transit by craft, raft, and/or lighter to and from the vessel.   Each craft,   Craft, &c,
raft, and/or lighter to be deemed a separate insurance.   The assured are not to be  clause,
prejudiced by any agreement exempting lightermen from liability.
8. The Assured are not to be prejudiced by the presence of the negligence clause and/or Bill of Lading,
latent defect clause in the Bills of Lading and/or Charter Party. The seaworthiness of  &c, clause,
the vessel as between the Assured and the Assurer is hereby admitted and the wrongful act or misconduct of the shipowner or his servants causing a loss is not to defeat
the recovery by an innocent Assured if the loss in the absence of such wrongful act
or misconduct would have been a loss recoverable on the policy. With leave to sail
with or without pilots, and to tow and assist vessels or craft in all situations, and to
be towed.
9. Warranted free from Particular Average unless the vessel or craft be stranded, sunk, P. P. A. clause,
or burnt, but notwithstanding this warranty the Assurers are to pay the insured
value of any package or packages which may be totally lost in loading, transhipment or discharge, also for any loss of or damage to the interests insured which
may reasonably be attributed to fire, collision or contact of the vessel and/or craft
and/or conveyance with any external substance (ice included) other than water,
or to discharge of cargo at port of distress, also to pay landing, warehousing, forwarding and special charges if incurred for which Underwriters would be liable
under a policy covering Particular Average.
10.   English Law and Usage.   This insurance is understood and agreed to be subject to  English
English Law and Usage as to liability for and settlement of any and all claims. Law and
- . „. „.. *JL   Vs&ge clause.
q. 3-28-sooo •:»:•
j^mtJS, it hath been proposed to the QUEEN INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA,
BY   Up bmmq mwmt
as well in his or their own name as for and in the name and names of all and every other person or persons
to whom the subject matter of this Policy does may or shall appertain in part or in all to make with the said
Company the said Insurance hereinafter mentioned and described.
Now this Policy Witnesseth that in consideration of the said jjerson or persons effecting this Policy prom-
ising to pay to the said Company the sum of
as a premium at and after the rate of ^*
per cent, for such Insurance the said Company takes upon itself the burthen of such Insurance to the amount
of      Eight thousand xwllsr*    {#0000,00}
ieir Executors Administrators and Assigns in all respects truly
in this Policy AND it is hereby agreed and declared that the
sst or not lost) at and from
subject matter of this Policy as between the Insured and the sai-
and is as follows upon
lUmKiSm
the carrier and or/bailees and/or insurers, a portioh^bf"'
the sums advanced by this Company equal to the sum
short collected from the carrier and/or bailees andlor insurers, may be retained and applied in settlement of the
actual liability of this insurance thereby established (Provided always the loss shall constitute in other respects a
claim under this insurance). In the event of loss or
damage this policy shall be null and void to the extent
of any payment made by any carrier or bailees or insurers
whether liable or not.
.. English Law and Usaok. This insurance is understood
and agreed to be subject to English Law and usage as to
liability for and settlement of any and all claims.
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j that the Insurance aforesaid shall commence from the time the
under deck on board the said Ship or Vessel Craft or Boat as
y landed at as above
h the said Company is content to bear and does take upon itself
re of the Seas Fire Pirates Rovers Assailing Thieves Jettisons
md of all other like Perils Losses and Misfortunes that have or shall
le aforesaid subject matter of this Insurance or any part thereof
all be lawful and necessary for the Insured his or their Factors
I for in and about the Defence Safeguard and Recovery of the
or any part thereof without prejudice to this Insurance the
j in proportion to the sum hereby insured AND it is expressly
or Insured  in  Recovering  Saving   or  Preserving  the   Property
insured shall be considered as a waiver or acceptance of abandonment.
IN WITNESS whereof the undersigned on behalf of the said Company have hereunto set their hands
Vancouver, British Columbia, this    W$ @H v^f  -S^jglllrliday of i
3A86*
Examined.
VANCOUVER INSURANCE and VESSEL AGENCY, LIMITED
8-27-2BOO All Policies issued abroad and made payable in the UniUa*
JSingdom are required by law to have a Government Stamp
affixed within ten days after date of receipt in the United
Kingdom.   .
CARGO POLICY
No..lM®V™...
i. Warranted free of capture, seizure, arrest, restraint, or
detainment, and the consequences thereof or of any attempt thereat (piracy excepted), and also from all consequences of hostilities or warlike operations, whether before or after declaration of war.
z. Warranted free of loss or damage caused by strikers,
locked-out workmen, or persons taking part in labour disturbances or riots or civil commotions.
Should clause No. i be deleted, clause No. 3 is
to operate as part of this Policy.
3. Warranted free of any claim based upon loss of, or frustration of, the insured voyage, or adventure, caused by
arrests, restraints, or detainments of kings, princes, or
peoples.
4. General Average and Salvage Charges payable according
to Foreign Statement or pet York-Antwerp Rides if in
accordance with the contract of affreightment.
5. Warranted that should the vessel andlor craft ground
within the limits of the Columbia andlor Willamette
andlor Fraser Rivers andlor Tributaries andlor in the
Suez Canal andlor Panama Canal andlor Manchester
Ship Canal or its connections andlor in the River Mersey
above Rock Ferry Slip and/or in any other canals, harbors, or tidal rivers, such grounding not to be deemed a
stranding, butxunderwriters to pay for any damage which
may be proved to have directly resulted therefrom.
 a „.  a premium to be arranged in case of
nge of voyage, or other variation of the
\f the exercise of any liberty granted to
r charterer under the contract of affreight-
jmission or error in the description of the
voyage.
■ by craft and/or lighter to and from the
it andlor lighter to be deemed a separate
assured are not to be prejudiced by any
\foing lightermen from liability.
} not to be prejudiced by the presence of
clause andlor latent defect clause in the
I and/or Charter Party.    With leave to
hout pilots, and to tow and assist vessels
itualions, and to be towed.
t stated in writing in this policy the inter-
arranted free from Particular Average un-
)r craft be stranded, sunk, or burnt, but
.tthis warranty the Assurers are to pay the
f any package or packages which may be
ading, transshipment or discharge, also for
lamage to the interests insured which may
ttributed to fire, collision or contact of the
raft andlor conveyance with any external
mcluded) other than water, or to discharge
<77.&of distress, also to pay landing, warehous-
: and special charges if incurred, for which
,   vould  be  liable  under  a  policy  covering
age.
g anything to the contrary this insurance
ee from any claim for or consequent upon
y or loss of time whether arising from a
T or otherwise.
I warranted to be in all cases null and
sent of any insurance by any carrier or
would attach and cover said property if
not been issued, and to be null and void
s or damage by fire on land to the extent
ce against loss or damage by fire, directly
bvering upon the same property, whether
\uent hereto in date, and it is also under-
ed, that in case any agreement be made or
le assured with any carrier or bailee by
pulated that such or any carrier or bailee,
mse of any loss for which he may be liable,
this insurance, or exemption in any man-
hnsibility grounded on the fact of this inland in that event this Company shall be
Jany liability for such loss hereunder, but
these and all cases of loss or damage by
against shall be liable and owe actual
tpnly) what cannot be collected from car-
ailees andlor insurers of property lost or
i also shall be chargeable with the direct
sequence to the assured temporarily oris-
ly in collection from said carrier andlor
I insurers, and the advancing for this Pur-
unds to the assured for his protection pend-
) shall in no case be considered as affecting
f the final liability of this insurance, and as
• aMon*is made from the carrier andlor bailees
rs, the title of the assured to hold the sums
oy this Company shall discontinue, and a
f equal to the sum collected from the car-
bailees andlor insurers, shall be repaid to
..— r—j, but in case of final failure to collect from
the carrier and or, bailees and for insurers, a portion of
the sums advanced by this Company equal to the sum
short collected from the carrier andlor bailees andlor insurers, may be retained and applied in settlement of the
actual liability of this insurance thereby established (Provided always the loss shall constitute in other respects a
claim under this insurance). In the event of loss or
damage this policy shall be null and void to the extent
of any payment made by any carrier or bailees or insurers
whether liable or not.
\%. English Law and Usage. This insurance is understood
and agreed to be subject to English Law and usage as to
liability for and settlement of any and all claims.
8-27-2BOO PRINTED IN U.S. A
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EGOTIABLE
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340 California 9tf«r& &an Jfranriero, California
fHanaorra parifir Coast Jflarittr Sfopartmrnt
f^rfaS, it hath been proposed to the QUEEN INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA,
BY   tin ci auta mmmt
as well in his or their own name as for and in the name and names of all and every other person or persons
to whom the subject matter of this Policy does may or shall appertain in part or in all to make with the said
Company the said Insurance hereinafter mentioned and described.
Now this Policy WITNESSETH that in consideration of the said person or persons effecting this Policy prom-
ieration of the said do
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ising to pay to the said Company the sum of
as a premium at and after the rate of **
per cent, for such Insurance the said Company takes upon itself the burthen of such Insurance to the amount
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and promises and agrees with the Insured their Executors Administrators and Assigns in all respects truly
to perform and fulfill the contract contained in this Policy AND it is hereby agreed and declared that the
said Insurance shall be and is an Insurance (lost or not lost) at and from
ffetto0u?e?« B# -1»* to shant^t.'China*
AND it is also agreed and declared that the subject matter of this Policy as between the Insured and the sai-
Company so far as concerns this Policy shall be and is as follows upon
SOO hoista te*s> &&3*t " - -\ c ' «     m%% $8000*00*
EEN
laden (under deck) on board the ship or vessel called
Loss if any payable to the order of the Assured in   P**
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and settle&ent*
AND the said Company promises and agrees that the Insurance aforesaid shall commence from the time the
subject matter of this Policy shall be laden under deck on board the said Ship or Vessel Craft or Boat as
above and continue until discharged and safely landed at as above
AND touching the Adventures and Perils which the said Company is content to bear and does take upon itself
in the Voyage so Insured as aforesaid they are of the Seas Fire Pirates Rovers Assailing Thieves Jettisons
Criminal Barratry of the Master and Mariners and of all other like Perils Losses and Misfortunes that have or shall
come to the Hurt Detriment or Damage of the aforesaid subject matter of this Insurance or any part thereof
AND in case of any Loss or Misfortune it shall be lawful and necessary for the Insured his or their Factors
Servants and Assigns to sue labour and travel for in and about the Defence Safeguard and Recovery of the
aforesaid subject matter of this Insurance or any part thereof without prejudice to this Insurance the
charges whereof the said Company will bear in proportion to the sum hereby insured AND it is expressly
declared and agreed that no Acts of Insurer or Insured in Recovering Saving or Preserving the Property
insured shall be considered as a waiver or acceptance of abandonment.
IN WITNESS whereof the undersigned on behalf of the said Company have hereunto set their hands in
Vancouver, British Columbia, this    2W©ntjj
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P. O. Box 15
A. B. C. 5th. Edition
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DUPUCATB
WING SANG CO.
WHOLESALE    MERCHANTS,    GENERAL    AGENTS,
IMPORTERS    &    EXPORTERS
51   PENDER  STREET   EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C .....¥?▼..*?*!* 192  *
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fhe industrial and Ooiamereial Bank Limited,
164 Ssechuen Bead,
Shanghai, China*
Bear ®lTi-
We enclose you herewith Bill of Lading and Draft for the
etna ef forty nine hundred dellare ($4f900.00) gold against Tong
Tak Tai 119 Kiaagee Head, Shanghai, Ohina for 806 boxes of ©alt
Herring fcy * SMduuoka mru® which sailed from V&neouyer on Sot 2?th
1928*
Please notify Messr® Tong Tak Tai to honor this draft and
when you oolleet the ahore amount, kindly reaAt us the a&rae fcy
mail at your earliest convenience*
Yjura vary  truly,
Wing Sang,Co*,
mm Telephone Sey. 313 2   § p  0  Box 16
Gable Address "Wingsang" Vancouver. < A. B. C. 5th. Edition
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WHOLESALE    MERCHANTS,    GENERAL    AGENTS.
DUPLICATE IMPORTERS    &    EXPORTERS
51   PENDER  STREET   EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C ....Mf?...**1* .192..
The Manager,
The Industrial And Coiameroial Bank: Limited*,
164 Saeehuen. Eoad,
Shanghai, China*
Bear Sin*
We enclose you herewith Duplicate Bill of Lading and Draft
He 2 for the sum ef forty Fine Hundred Dollars(#4,900*oo Gold)
against Tong Tak Tai, l%9 Kismgai B©adt Shanghai, China for 80$ liexes
Salt Herring t^y *Sh$dsueka Maru**
We also beg to advise you the Original Bill ef Lading and
Draft are mailed to you lay  register*
Please notify Messrs Tong Tak Tai to honor our dreft and
when you collect the ahove amount, kindly remit us the same fcy
mail at your earliest convenience.
Yours very truly.
Wing Sang#$o*f
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119 Kiangsi Road,
Shanghai, China* ^TELEPHONE SEY. 313
51  PENDER ST. E.
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Branches and  Agencies  in North  America
Seattle:  801  First  Avenue
New York: 8-10 Bridge Street
San Francisco: 551 Market Street
Los  Angeles:   Biltmore  Hotel  Arcade
Vancouver, B. C: B. W. Greer & Son, Agts.,
Bank of Nova Scotia Bldg.   '
Victoria, B. C: Great Northern Ry. Co., Agts.
Honolulu:   63   Merchant   Street.
No !*...!.«..
NIPPON YUSEN  KAISHA
(JAPAN MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY)
LOCAL BILL OF LADING
RECEIVED, in apparent good order and condition, from M.HM1.. 9. & ft®..Ir.llilWIilf'.ii	
the following property, (contents and condition of contents of packages unknown), marked, consigned and destined
as indicated below, for shipment at..JHl! wMllH....HIi!in board the steamship 5?'.*M?.f5** ...SMHI	
or other steamship of the NIPPON YUSEN KAISHA, to be carried upon said steamship (subject to conditions and
exceptions stated below) to the port of MlliB.lS..la..SlfflSff..#. or so near thereto as ship may safely get,
and there to be delivered untdjl^lil^  or to his or their assigns
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(NOTIFY   fMt*Jrf^ I )
or to another carrier on the route to destination if beyond steamer's port of call; (VALUED AT $ )
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MARKS AND NUMBERS
ARTICLES
SUBJECT TO. CORRECTION
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Freight payable as above in cad^t(a^loutc^dl^ptt^5^ith all other charges and average.
In consideration of the rate o^rdg||^erl|i| haiM, ifois hereby stipulated that the service to be performed
hereunder shall be subject to the <pntracft|e|toJ^ whether printed, written or stamped, herein con'
tained, INCLUDING COjS7rR7Lcr TM?W C^DiriOHS OTj B^XJffiMQft and said contract
terms and conditions are hereby aterep&to by the shipper^and by him accepted*|or hiu^li -aS*iM^assigns as just
and reasonable. \7<#> 1 3% ffl /£|
f^^lSrNBSS WHEREOF> vb&mj&^
 „...........35E Bills of Lading, all oh even tenor_aD3<d^te, one of whiqh Biffs being accojawished, the others
DATED AT THIS     , DA^.QF........ :M_^.....I_.S_..J 19	
Printed in U.  S. A. ____.—-—"'    . *■** AGENT.
	 CONTACT TERMS. AND   CONDITIONS |   |y£
With respect  to the service  it  is agreed  that: . ^^
1. The ship shall have liberty to sail with or without pilots, to tow and be towed, to assist vessels in distress, to drydock at port of loading or elsewhere with or without
cargo on board, to deviate from or beyond the usual course to any extent for the purpose of saving life or property or for any other purpose, to touch at any_ pqrt>or ports in any-
rotation or order in or out  of the customary route  and to call  at any port  or ports  more than once. |    " %
2. The carriers shall have liberty to convey the-goods in lighters to and from the ship, and, as regards the whole or any part of the goods, to lighter, warehouse, tranship,
or reship the goods by any ship or conveyance whether belonging to the carrier or not, at any time or times and at the risk of the shippers, owners or consignees of the'goods. In
case goods are destined beyond steamer's port of call, transshipment shall be at shipper's, owner's or consignee's risk, but carrier's expense and the goods shall be subject to the con'
ditions and clauses of the bills of lading of the steamer or steamers completing the transit. Arbitraries quoted beyond ports of call are not guaranteed and any additional expense
incurred at or beyond port of call due to increase in rates, or to warehouse charges, custom charges, etc., shall be. collected from consignee before delivery of the goods. Under
no circumstances of transshipment will the carriers assume any responsibility for marine and/or war risk or any other insurance whilst awaiting or after shipment by the oncarrying
steamer.
3. The carriers- shall not be liable for any loss, damage or delay, occasioned by the acts of God; enemies; pirates, robbers or thieves by land or sea; arrests or * restraints
of princes, rulers or people; restrictions and consequences of quarantine; riots; strikes, lockouts or other labor disturbances; combinations of workmen or others, whether ashore
or afloat; civil commotion, or any circumstances beyond the shipowner's control; any accident, detention or deviations arising out of or consequent upon the employment of- any
vessel in the mail or any special service of the Imperial Government of Japan; any act or default of the Sues or Panama Canal authorities; land damage; rats or other vermin; rain;
spray; insufficient packing; hookholes; wear and tear of packages through handling; inaccuracies, obliteration, errors, insufficiency or absence of marks, numbers, address or descrip'
tion of goods shipped; effects of climate; heat of holds; leakage; liquefaction; ullage; drainage; breakage; rotting of packages; chafage; decay; putrefaction; chemical action; sweat;
smell; evaporation; frost; fumigation; injurious effect of other goods, the ship or anything in the ship; rust; machinery; boilers; steam; coal dust; fire or water on board, in hulk,
in craft, on shore, or in warehouse; admission of water by any cause or leakage or emission of water or oil from any tank or pipe; explosion; accidents to or defects latent
or otherwise in' hull, tackle, boiler, tanks, pipes, machinery or their appurtenances; unseaworthiness or unfitness to receive and carry cargo whether existing at the time of or
after loading or at the beginning or during the course of the voyage provided the owners have exercised due diligence to make the vessel seaworthy and fit and have used due diligence to properly man, equip -and ■ supp&^aid vessel; barratry, jettison; pilferage, whether by persons durecth^qr^ndir^ctly in the employment or service of the carriers or other-
wise; Overcarriage or loss of market; atiy"adt, neglect or default whatsoever or desertiqn of crew; 'strikes'; lockouts;' ript, error in judgment, negligence or default of the master,
pilot, officers, engineers, mariners, stevedores or others; collision, stranding or wreck, however caused; rising or mutiny among passengers; and any or all the perils, dangers and
accidents  of the  seas, rivers,  land carriage  and  navigation  of whatsoever  nature  or  kind  and howsoever caused.
4. The value of the goods shipped does not exceed $250 per package or in proportion for any part thereof, and the carriers shall not be liable for gold, silver, bullion,
specie, documents, jewelry, precious stones or metals, bank notes or securities for money, paintings, pictures, embroideries, perfumeries, works of art, silks, furs, china, porcelain,
watches or clocks in any amount, nor for goods of any description whatever above the value of $20 per cubic foot nor in any case beyond $250 per package, unless the value is
declared in  the bill  of lading,  a special  agreement entered  into,   and the  freight adjusted accqrdingly._j|||||||g|
5. The shipper shall be liable for any loss or damage to the ship or cargo caused by inflammable, explosive or dangerous goods shipped without full disclosure of their
nature,   whether  such   shipper  be  principal   or   agent,   and  such  goods   may  be  thrown   overboard   or   destroyed   at   any   time   without   compensation.
6. Merchandise   on   wharf   awaiting   shipment   is   at   shipper's,   owner's   or   consignee's risk of loss or damage by fire or flood,  or any other cause beyond carrier's control.
7. In case the whole or any part of the articles specified herein are prevented by any cause from going in said steamship, the carrier is only bound to. forward them by
succeeding   steamships   employed   in   this   line  or   in   other   steamships. ^^S^S^rr^
8. The carriers shall not be responsible for correct delivery unless each package is distinctly, correctly.'-ahd^ permanently marked by the shipper before shipment with the
mark and number or address and also with the name of the. port of delivery,l,which . last must be in letters.''not—Jess than two 'inches^ipng. In no cose will .the carriers accept responsibility  for  delivery  to   other  than leading  marks. iJsBs§Bi fpsjflli i^^JfcJKil'.. i    *.JE" *$ $\fkt3[J7* .jfes*"
9. The carrier shall not be responsible for breakage or damage to castings, cast iron pipes, show cases, unprotected goods, goods packed in frail cases or in fragile containers, marble, slate, glassware, china, earthenware or any goods of a brittle or fragile nature, from whatsoever cause arising, all such cargo being conveyed at the risk of the
shipper,   owner  or  consignee  of  the  goods.
10. Fish, fruit, vegetables and all perishable goods, and all cargo carried on deck, are conveyed solely at the risk of the shipper, owner or consignee of the goods and the
carriers will in no case be responsible for deterioration, shrinkage in weight or damage of any kind. All goods may be carried in shelter deck, poop, bridge space, deck house,
peaks or other space whatsoever.
7-%ffi-11. With respect to live stock the shippers shall provide all stalls or other necessary pens or enclosures, and shall provide necessary feed and attendants for such live stock
from the time taken on board steamer until landed at destination; the ship, her owner or agents, shall not be held liable for injury to or loss of live stock by death however
caused; feed for live stock shall be carried on board steamer freight free, except that any surplus feed landed at destination shall pay freight at current rates; freight charges on
live  stock   must  in  all   cases  be  paid  in  advance   on  each  and  every  head  of  live  stock  taken  on; steamer.
'Wj&IjZjhTiSteamer may discharge the goods as soon as she is ready to unload and as fast as she is able, continuously day and night, in any weather, Sundays and holidays included", and if the consignee fails to take delivery immediately on discharge, the carrier shall be at liberty to land the said goods on wharf or into craft or other suitable place without
notice and to store them at the risk and expense of the shipper, owner or consignee, any custom of the port to the contrary notwithstanding. The carrier shall have the option ot
making delivery of goods either over the ship's side or from lighter or storeship or hulk or custorii. house, or warehouse, or dock or wharf or quay at shipper's, owner's or consignee's risk and in all cases the carrier's liability is to cease as soon as the goods are lifted from and leave the ship's'deck. The carrier's responsibility for merchandise to be
carried on  this bill  of lading  to  a  point beyond  port  of  discharge  shall  terminate on tender of delivery to the next  carrier.
13. No claim shall  under any circumstances  whatever  attach to the carrier for failure  to  notify  consignee   of  arrival   of goods.
14. The master porterage of the delivery of cargo is to be performed by the consignees of the ship and the expense thereof shall be paid by the shipper, owner or consignee  of the goods.
15. All expenses of cooperage or repairs to packages incurred by the carrier and all charges and expenses for sorting and stacking the goods on wharf or in shed shall
be paid by the shipper, owner or consignee of the goods and the carrier shall have a lien on all' goods of the shipper, owner or consignee concerning whose goods such expenses
are  incurred.
16. Freight and primage (if any) as declared herein and average accustomed shall become due on shipment and shall be paid by the shipper in exchange for signed bill
of lading, in cash without discount, or at destination as agreed and declared herein. All freight and primage (if any) shall be considered as earned whether the ship or goods or
chattels be lost or not lost at  any stage of the entire  transit,  and full  freight shall be paid on damaged or unsound goods or  chattels.
17. The carrier shall have a lien on the goods for all freight and also for dead freight on any portion of the goods covered by the shipping orders granted in respect
hereof which may not have been shipped and for all charges stipulated herein to be borne by the shipper, owner or consignee, and if on sale at destination for freight and charges the
proceeds fail to cover said freight and charges, the carrier shall be entitled to recover the difference from the shipper. The shipper, owner and consignee shall be responsible for any
fines or damages which the ship or cargo may incur or suffer by reason of the incorrect or insufficient marking, numbering or addressing of packages or description of their contents.
18. The freight within mentioned has been calculated and based upon a description of the goods declared by the shipper to the shipowner. The shipper warrants the correctness of such description. If such description should prove to be untrue or incomplete, the shipper, owner, and consignee and each of them shall be liable for and shall pay to
the carriers as and by way of liquidated and ascertained damages, but not as a penalty, a sum equal to double the freight which would have been charged if the goods had been
correctly described, less the freight actually paid. Any lift weighing over two tons of 2,000 lbs. and each of them in addition to paying the above mentioned double freight shall
make  good and bear  any  loss,   damage  or  delay  caused  in  handling  to  any  property or  persons  whatsoever  and  shall   also  pay  all   additional   charges  of  handling.
19. Should a port be inaccessible on account of ice, blockade or interdict, or should entry and/or discharge be deemed by the master unsafe or inadvisable or liable to
subject the steamer to any risk or delay whatsoever, whether in consequence of war, disturbance, epidemic, strikes, lockouts, congestion or condition of port or docks or of any
other cause or to be likely to subject the steamer or the goods to quarantine or delay on that account there or at any subsequent port the master shall have the liberty to discharge
the goods intended for such port on the ice, in depot, lazaretto, hulk or craft as required for the ship's despatch, or at some other port at his option at the risk and expense of
the shipper, owner or consignee of the goods and the ship's responsibility shall cease when the goods are so discharged. The shipper, owner or consignee of the goods and each
of  them  shall  be  liable  for   all  quarantine  expenses  of  whatever  nature  or  kind. '0l^$g£££
20. Optional delivery is granted only when arranged prior to the shipment of the goods and expressed in the bill of lading. A consignee desiring to avail himself of the
option so expressed must give notice to the carrier's agent at the first port of steamer's call named in the option at least 24 hours prior to steamer's arrival there; otherwise the
goods  shall  be  landed   at  carrier's  discretion   and  the  carrier's   responsibility  shall   cease.
21. The carrier shall not be responsible for capture, seizure, detention or the consequences thereof or any attempt thereat, nor for any consequences, direct, or indirect,
resulting from a state of war and in any such event the carrier reserves the right to ditcharge the cargo at the ship's discretion at any port or place at the risk and expense of the
shipper, owner or consignee of the cargo, and the carrier's liability shall cease when the cargo is so discharged. The ship shall have the liberty to comply with any orders or
directions as to departure, arrival, routes, ports of call, stoppage or otherwise however, given by any government or any department thereof or by any person acting or purporting
to act with the authorities of a government or of any department thereof, and nothing done or not done by reason of any such orders or directions shall be deemed a deviation, nor
shall -.the carrier be responsible for any loss, damage or expenses resulting either directly or indirectly  therefrom.
22. If any bags of grain, coffee, cocoa or similar cargo be landed slack or torn, the owners or consignees shall accept such proportion of the sweepings as shall be allotted
by the agents of the carrier and the same shall be deemed a full settlement of any claim for loss in weight. Under no circumstances will the carrier be responsible for the
bursting   of  single  sacks   and   consequent   loss   of  contents.
23.    Carrier  shall not be responsible for  chafage,  breakage,  splitting  or  discoloration of lumber.
24. Any claim for loss, damage or other cause must be preferred in writing at the port of destination, at the office of the delivering carrier, before removal of the goods
and within seven days after discharge of the cargo from the steamer and any claim not preferred at the place and within the time specified shall be deemed to be waived and the
carriers shall be deemed to be relieved from any liability, thereon. In no event shall an action for recovery of damages be sustainable if begun more than twelve calendar months
after  the  diseharge( of  the  cargo  from  the steamer.
25. Any admitted claim for loss, clamage or other cause shall be adjusted on the basis of the cash value at port of shipment at time of shipment, subject in all cases to
the operation of clause  4  of this  bill  of  lading.
26. The carriers shall not be liable for any loss of or damage to any goods under this bill of lading, however caused, which are capable of being covered by a policy of
insurance issued by a company accepting ordinary marine risks or by insurance under a standard or ordinary form of marine insurance policy. In case the carrier is liable for loss
or damage to any goods under this bill of lading, the carrier shall have the full benefit of any insurance that may have been effected upon or on account of said property and may
deduct from any claims hereunder the amount of any loan made by any insurer on the goods carried hereunder to the shipper or owner of the cargo, which loan is made pending any
claim for insurance on such goods.
27. In the event of any vessel belonging to the carriers rendering service to the vessel carrying the goods enumerated in this bill of lading entitling the assisting vessel to
salvage  reward or  remuneration  for  such service,   such reward  or  remuneration  shall be  treated in the same manner as if the assisting vessel belonged to another company or person.
28. Average, if any, to be adjusted according to the York-Antwerp rules of 1924 and as to matters not therein provided for, according to the laws and usages in Japan
or at place of discharge at the option of the carriers. Average bond and statement of cargo values declared therein to be signed, also sufficient security to be given as required by
Master or agents. Owner of goods to contribute to the expenses of a general average nature and pay salvage and/or special charges incurred in respect of cargo although resulting
from any of the .causes^ftfcri exception of by this bill of lading. If the carrier shall have exercised due diligence; to make said ship in' all respects seaworthy and properly manned,
equipped and supplied, it is hereby agreed that in case of danger, damage or disaster resulting from fault or negligence of the pilot, master or crew, in the navigation or management of the ship, or from latent or other defects, or unseaworthiness of the ship, whether existing at the time of shipment or at the beginning or during the course of the
voyage, but not discoverable by due diligence, the consignee or owner of the cargo shall not be exempted from liability for contribution in the General Average or for any
special charges incurred, but with the shipowner, shall contribute in general average and shall pay such special charges as if such danger, damage or disaster had not resulted from
such   fault,   negligence,   latent   or   other   defect   or   unseaworthiness.
29. Shipments moving under this bill of lading from ports of the United States are subject to all the terms and conditions of, and to all the exemptions from liability
contained  in  the Act  of  Congress  of  the  United  States  approved  February   13,   1893,   and   known   as   "The  Harter  Act."
Shipments moving under this bill of lading from Canadian ports are subject to all the terms and provisions of, and all the exemptions from liability contained in "The
Water-Carriage of Goods Act"  of Canada,  Section  4 of which is as follows: IlllllilliSlI
"4.    Where   any  bill   of  lading   or  similar   document   of   title  to   goods   contains   any   clause,   covenant   or   agreement   whereby—
rS$J0fygf3£h.e  owner,   charterer,   master  or  agent  of  any  ship,   or  the  ship   itself,   is  relieved from liability  for  loss  or  damage  to goods  arising  from  negligence,   fault,   or  failure
in   the   proper   loading,   stowage,   custody,   care   or   delivery   of   goods   received  by them or  any  of them  to be carried  in  or by the  ship;  or
(b) Any obligations of the owner or charterer of any ship to exercise due diligence to properly man, equip, and supply the ship, and make and keep the ship seaworthy,
and make and keep the ship's hold, refrigerating and cool chambers, and all other parts of the ship in which goods are carried, fit and safe for their reception, carriage  and preservation,   are  in  any wise lessened,   weakened  or  avoided;  or,
(c) the obligations of the master, officers, agents, or servants of any. ship to carefully handle and stow goods, and to care for, preserve, and properly deliver them, are in
any  wise  lessened,   weakened  or  avoided;
such clause,   covenant  or  agreement  shall  be  illegal,  null  and  void,   and  of  no  effect,  unless such clause, covenant or agreement is in accordance with the other provisions of this Act."
Nothing   herein   contained   shall   deprive   the   carriers   of   the   benefit   of   any   statutory exemption  from  or  limitation  of  liability  in respect  of  any loss  or  damage  to  the said
goods however caused.
30. The   word   "Steamship"   or   "Steamer"   as   used   in   this   form   of  bill   of  lading  is  understood  to  include  and  to  stand  for  motorship,   as  the  case  may require.
31. This bill  of  lading,   duly  endorsed,   is  to  be  surrendered  to  carrier's  agent  in exchange   for   delivery   order.
32. The conditions and exceptions contained in this bill of lading shall also apply during the transportation in craft or in hulk or on shore, or when stored in warehouses  or  godowns  wheresoever  directed. &^ali«
33. In accepting this bill of lading, the shipper, owner and consignee of the goods and the holder of the bill of lading agree to be bound by all of its stipulations, exceptions and conditions whetherJwfSj&n,  printed or  stamped,* as fully as  if they were all signed by such shipper,  owner,  consignee or holder.
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DUPLICATE.
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We enclose you herewith Bill of Lading and Draft for the
sum of forty eight hundred dollars $4,800*00 gold) against Tong
Tak Tai 119 Kiangse Road, Shanghai, China for BOO boxes of Bait
Herring *$r  S*S« "Montana* whioh sailed from Yaneeuyer on Mr 2§th
1923,
Please notiiftr Messrs Tong Tak Tai to honor this Draft
and when you colleot the above amount, ktftfily reiait us the same
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The Manager,
The Industrial Jm& Oossmercial Bank limited,
164 Sseohuen Eoad,
Shanghai, China*
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We enclose you herewith Duplicate Mil of Lading and Draft
He 2 for the sum of forty Bight Hundred Dollars (#4,800*00 Gold)
against Tong Tak Tai, 119 Kl&ngsl Road, Shanghai for 800 hoxfi Salt
Herding lay S*S*nMontaa&*«
We also "beg to.advise you the Original Bill of Lading and
Draft are mailed to you by register*
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when you collect the above amount , kindly remit us the same lay
mall at your earliest convenience*
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4-12-1928-25M
AMERICAN MAIL LINE
AND
DOLLAR STEAMSHIP LINE
TRANSPACIFIC BILL OF LADING
COVERING INDEPENDENT SERVICES OF AMERICAN MAIL LINE AND DOLLAR STEAMSHIP LINE
HEAD OFFICE
SEATTLE
HEAD OFFICE
SAN  FRANCISCO
Contract No....
Bill of Lading- No..
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SHIPPED, In apparent good order and condition, by Sf..f.MI| SAtt&-.»-6tt~-- -•-
tAttCGUVER M0WTAMA H%
 to be transported by the American Steamship . 3F.. from the port
VANCOUVER
..and bound for..
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 or failing shipment by said vessel, by a
subsequent vessel or vessels,  the following  goods  being  marked and numbered as below (quality, quantity, gauge, weight, measurement,
contents and value unknown) and to be delivered in like good order and condition at the port of *£M&J§lft-l3&-*-	
or as near thereunto as the vessel may safely get.
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Destination .?«IAMSMA.l        1
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or to his heirs or their assigns, on payment of freight and charges thereon in cash without reduction, credit, or discount, immediately on discharge of the goods at the rate as below, unless prepaid (all collect freights under this bill of lading, including any short paid freight,
shall.be converted at the current sight rate of exchange on New York on the date the vessel enters customs at the port of discharge), and
upon the following terms and conditions:?^
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RATES,  WEIGHT AND/OR MEASUREMENT  SUBJECT  TO  CORRECTION.
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The vessel shall have liberty to go on drydock with or without
cargo on board, to carry any cargo on or underdeck at carrier's
option, to call at any port or ports in or out of or beyond the customary or advertised route for the purpose of bunkering, loading
or discharging cargo, for this, a prior or subsequent voyage, to
sail with or without pilots, to tow and to be towed, and to assist
vessels in all places and in all situations and to take any measure
deemed advisable by the master for the purpose of saving life and/or
property; to convey goods in craft and/or lighters to and from the
vessel at the risk of the owner of the goods; and to tranship the
goods by any other carrier or carriers. Neither the vessel, her owner,
nor agent shall be liable for loss or damage resulting from: Act of
God, perils, dangers, and accidents of the sea or other navigable
waters; fire, from any cause or wheresoever occurring; barratry of
master or crew; enemies, pirates or robbers; arrest or restraint of
princes, rulers, or people, or seizure under legal process; fumigation
under governmental orders; riots, strikes, lockouts, or stoppage of
labor; saving or attempting to save life or property at sea; inherent
vice, nature, defect or change of character of the goods; insufficiency
or absence of marks, numbers, address or description; explosion,
bursting of boilers, breakage of shafts, or any latent defects in hull,
machinery, or appurtenances, or unseaworthiness of the vessel,
whether existing at time of shipment or at the beginning of the
voyage, provided the owners shall have exercised due diligence to
make the vessel seaworthy, properly manned, equipped and supplied.
Except when caused by negligence »n the part of the vessel, neither
the vessel, her owner, nor agent, shall be liable for loss or damage
resulting from: Heat, frost, decay, putrefaction, rust, sweat, breakage, leakage, smell, taint or evaporation from any other goods,
drainage, ullage, vermin or by explosion of any of the goods, whether
shipped with or without disclosure of their nature; and sueh goods
may be thrown overboard or destroyed at any time without compensation; nor for risk of craft, hulk or transshipment; nor for any loss
or damage caused by the prolongation of the voyage.
General average shall be adjusted and settled at Seattle, and
shall be payable according to York-Antwerp Rules, 1890, and as to
matters not therein provided, according to the laws and customs of
the Port of Seattle. Average bond must be furnished, with such
security as may be required by the Master or vessel's agents, before
delivery of the goods. If the owners shall have exercised due diligence to make the vessel in all respects seaworthy, and to have her
properly manned, equipped, and supplied, it is hereby agreed that in
case of danger, damage or disaster, resulting from accident, or faults
or errors in navigation, or in the management of the vessel, or
from any latent defect in the vessel, her machinery or appurtenances, or from unseaworthiness, whether existing at the time of
shipment or at the beginning of the voyage (provided the latent
defect or the unseaworthiness was not discoverable by the exercise of due diligence), the shippers, consignees or owners of the
cargo shall, nevertheless, pay salvage, and any special charges incurred in respect of the cargo, and shall contribute with the shipowner in General Average to the payment of any sacrifices, losses
or expenses of a General Average nature that may be made or
incurred for the common benefit or to relieve the adventure from
any common peril, all with the same force and effect, and to the
same extent, as if such danger, damage or disaster had not resulted from, or been occasioned by, faults or errors in navigation,
or in the management of the vessel, or any latent defect or unseaworthiness.
IN ACCEPTING THIS BILL OP LADING the shipper, owner, and consignee of the goods and the holder of the bill of lading agree to
be bound by all its stipulations, exceptions, and conditions, whether written, printed, or stamped, on the front or the back hereof, as fully
as if they were all signed by said shipper, owner, consignee, or holder, any local cW|gakor privileges to the contrary notwithstanding.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Master or Agent of said vessel has affirmed to..K.lsW. bills of lading, all this tenor and date, one
of which being accomtrii^^^the ot_hers to stand void. ^mm *_*_**+.* Jfe
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Accepted as to all terms and conditions hereof.
...day of *Si£.▼ i 19*
(Made in U. S. A.) 0
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ADDITIONAL STIPULATIONS AND AGREEMENTS OF THISjBILL OF LADING
1. This shipment is subject to all the terms and provisions of, and
all the exemptions from liability contained in, the act <3fg©ohgresS of the
United States, approved on the 13th day of February, 1893, and entitled
"An Act relating to the Navigation of Vessels, etc." This shipment is
subject to the provisions of sections 4281-4286, inclusive, of the Revised
Statutes of the United States.
2. The value of each package, shipped hereunder does not exceed
two hundred and fifty dollars ($250.00), unless otherwise stated herein,
on which basis the freight is adjusted, and the vessel's liability shall
in no case exceed that sum or the invoice value (including freight
charges, if paid, and including duty, if paid, and not returnable), whichever shall be the least, unless a value in excess thereof be specially
declared, and stated herein, and extra freight paid at the rate provided
in tariff cfri^lile with United States Shipping Board and on file at the
water carrier's offices. Any partial loss or damage for which the carrier
may be liable shall be adjusted pro rata on the above basis.
3. The vessel shall have a lien on the goods for all freight and
charges of whatsoever nature, and also for all fines and damages which
the vessel or -cargo may incur or suffer-by reason of the illegal,-incorrect or insufficient marking, numbering or addressing of packages or
descriptions of their contents, or failure of shipper to prepare bills of
lading in accordance with the regulations-of the port, customs or consular authorities, or failure to provide manifests, consular, Board of
Health, or,other certificates required to. accompany the goods. If on a
Sale of the goods, the proceeds fail to cover all sums due the carrier in
respect of said goods, the carrier shall'be entitled to recover the difference from the shipper and/or consignee. SllllP
4. If.vessel be prevented from reaching her destination by quarantine, shallow water, blockade, conditions of weather, surf, ice,? war or
civil disturbances; or if it becomes impracticable to discharge*the goods
at destination on account of congestion, strikes, labor difficulties or
otherwise, Occurring before or after receipt of goods by "the carrier,
vessel shall have liberty without proceeding to or near port of destination to proceed to, and discharge the goods at, a nearby available, strike
free, uncohgested, port. Notice of discharge of goods shall be dispatched to consignee as named herein, otherwise to shipper, and such
.discharges shall be admitted as complete delivery under this, contract
and full freight shall be deemed earned.
5. The vessel may commence discharging immediately on arrival
and discharge continuously, any custom of the port to the contrary notwithstanding; the collector of the port being authorized to grant a
general order for discharge immediately on arrival, and if the goods
be not taken from alongside by the consignees directly they come to
hand in discharging the vessel, the master or vessel's agent to be at
liberty to enter and land the goods, or ptrt~them-into~ craft7~or~stOre at
the risk and expense of the owner of the goods, dispatching notice
thereof to the consignee, if named herein (at destination named), and
otherwise to the shipper, when the goods shall be deemed delivered, and
vessel's responsibility ended.
6. Full freight is payable on damaged or unsound goods; but no
freight is due on any increase in bulk or weight caused by the absorption of water duiring the voyage. Freight is payable on the weight
or measurement stated herein, or §.t carrier's option on the landed
weight or measurement. If the weight or measurement has been
understated herein the cost of reweighing or remeasuring shall be paid
by the shipper and/or consignee, and shall be a charge on the goods.
Freight prepaid will not be returned, goods and/or vessel lost or not
lost.
7. Goods awaiting shipment or* delivery are at shipper's risk of
loss or damage not happening through the fault or negligence of the;
owner, master, agent, or manager of the vessel, any custom of the port
to the contrary notwithstanding.
8. This bill ,jof lading, duly indorsed, shall be surrendered to the
vessel's agent in exchange for delivery order of the goods.
9. Master porterage of the delivery of the cargo is to be done by
the agents of the vessel; the expenses thereof together with tonnage
and shed dues, canal tolls, and charges are to be paid by the receivers
of the cargo.
10. Unless caused by vessel's negligence in handling, loading, stowing and/or discharging goods, vessel shall not be liable for:   ,
(a) Damage to metal slabs, bars, ingots, rods, hoops, plates, etc.,
nor for loss of broken pieces of same;
(b) Damage to fragile goods or goods not properly packed;
(c) Discoloration splits, shakes or breakage of woodenware,
staves, lumber or logs;
(d) Broken bundles or number, of pieces in bundles.
Unless required as a result of vessel's negligence, repacking, recoop-
ering and reconditioning shall be done at the expense of the goods.
11. Notice of loss, damage or delay must be given in writing to
the carrier within thirty days from the time the goods were ready for
delivery, or, in case of failure -to~xriake delivery to the holder of the
bill of lading, or in case of misdelivery, within thirty days after the
arrival at the port of discharge of the vessel on which the goods were
received; or, in case of the failure of the vessel on which the goods
were shipped to arrive at the port-of-discharge, the notice- must be
given within thirty days of the time when she should have arrived;
provided that notice of apparent loss or damage must be given before
the goods are removed from the custody of the carrier, and proper notation made on the receipt given to the carrier for the goods shall constitute the notice herein required. Written claim for loss, damage, delay,
or failure to make delivery to the holder o*f the bill of lading, or misdelivery, must be filed with the carrier within six months after the arrival
of the vessel at the port of discharge, or in case of failure of the vessel
on which the goods were shipped to arrive at the port of discharge,
written claim shall be made within six months of the time the vessel
should have arrived. Unless notice is given, and claim filed, as above
provided, neither the vessel, her owner, nor agent shall be liable. No
suit to recover for loss, "damage, delay, or failure to make delivery to
^■fiffe^KpTder of the bill of lading, or for misdelivery, shall be maintained
Unless instituted within one year after the arrival of the vessel' at the
port of discharge:or the time when she should have arrived, in case of
her failure to arrive.
. 12. If within goods do not satisfy all requirements of any authorities for importation into the country of destination, shipper and/or
consignee will indemnify the vessel, her owner, and/or agent, for any
expense for detention of the vessel arising in consequence thereof. If
goods are not permitted to be landed at destination, they may be carried
to any other port or returned to the port of loading and there discharged at the risk and expense of the goods.
13. Barging Clause—It is expressly agreed between the parties
hereto that irrespective of the vessel or vessels herein mentioned, carrier
may at its option barge or lighter the goods shipped hereunder within
and/or between the harbors of Puget Sound, including Victoria, B. C,
and Vancouver, B. C, and/or adjacent waters.
14. Trans-shipment Clause—Transshipment of cargo for ports or
inland points not included within the vessel's itinerary is to be at the
expense of the cargo and is subject to all conditions, stipulations,
and "exceptions in bill of lading or freight note in use by the carrier or
carriers completing the transit. Neither the vessel, her owner, nor
agent, shall be deemed to be the agent of such carrier or carriers. If,
upon the arrival at port of transshipment, there shall be no carrier
ready to receive the goods, said goods may be discharged into lighters
or stored under suitable, available protection, at the risk and expense
of the goods. Neither the vessel, her owner, nor agent shall be liable
for loss, damage, or delay occurring after the discharge of said goods.
15. Tientsin and Shanghai cargo may be lightered from and/or to
the vessel below the bar and HONGKONG cargo from and/or to the
vessel at the vessel's option and expense but at the cargo's risk. In the
event   Taku  Bar   delivery  is  impossible   on  account  office  conditions,
steamer has option to deliver freight at the nearest convenient open
port as if. such port were named as "port of discharge and all charges
beyond such port for the account of and collectable from consignee.
16. Philippine Cargo—In accordance with regulations of Philippine
Customs Service, cargo is to be conveyed by the vessel's agent at the
risk and expense of the goods from vessel to the custom house *wharf
and there delivered into the custody of the United States Custom house
or other proper authority for account of the consignee; and such
delivery shall constitute full discharge of the carrier's obligation under
this bill of lading.
17. Contraband—Authorities' permit to land shipment at Shanghai
and/or other ports for transshipment or discharge, of spelter, salt, saltpeter, chlorate of potash, gunpowder, cartridges, ammunition, guns,
cannon, or other firearms, or any other goods designated as contraband,
must be delivered to vessel's agent at port of loading at least five (5)
days before vessel sails.
18. Sweepings—If any bagged or baled goods are landed slack or
torn, the receiver and/or consignee shall accept such proportion of the
sweepings as may be allotted by the vessel's agent, and the same shall
be deemed full settlement of any .claim for loss in weight. Vessel not
responsible for loss of weight in bags or bales torn, me'nded, ox; with
sample holes.
19. Typhoons—In case of stress of weather at Manila during the
typhoon season, vessel- may discharge at* Cavite cargo" consigned to
Manila, giving notice thereof""to the consignee, if "named herein (at
destination named), and such discharge shall be regarded as a complete
delivery under this bill of lading.
20. Dangerous Goods—The shippers shall be liable for any loss or
damage to steamer, goods, lighter or wharf caused by inflammable, explosive or dangerous goods, shipped .without full disclosure of their.,
nature, whether such shipper be Principal or Agent; and such "goods
•may be thrown overboard or destroyed at any time without compensation. Extra charges, if any, for, discharging,.lighterage or other expense
on hazardous goods declared;.or considered as such by civil or military
authorities, must be borne by shippers and/or consignees.
| 21. . Live Stock Clause—Live stock shall include all animals, fish
or fowls. In addition to the foregoing clauses, the carrier shall have
the benefit of the following additional ;ctf,u'ses as to any live stock
received by it for carriage.
That freight is payable as above on the number of animals embarked, vessel lost or not lost, without regard to and irrespective ;of the
number landed, and vessel or her cargo or freight are not to be responsible for any general or^p'Cher average contribution based on the destruction of such live stock, by jettison or by any cause ordinarily giving
rise, to Claim for average, contribution, or_for accidents-injury or death
arising from any cause whatsoever.
That the animals are to be received and taken "delivery of immediately on the vessel being ready to discharge them; failing this the
agents of the vessel are hereby authorized to land the animals and yard
them at the expense and risk of the agents, owners or consignees of the
animals, or of the holders of the bill of lading in the place provided for
that purpose, or elsewhere, as the Collector of the Port shall direct, and
when so placed to be subject.to rent and charges. The Collector of the.
Port being hereby authorized to grant a general order for discharging
immediately the vessel arrives.
That the shipper provides compressed fodder and attendants for the
live stock, and takes all responsibility in their shipping, carriage and
discharge and; for the accidents, damage, and mortality that may
happen to them from whatever cause arising in loading, discharging
and during the*'voyage. Vessel not accountable for any action which the
Government may take in regard to these animals; no. matter what the
reason for, or result of such action may be.
That the vessel provides fittings as customary; and also a supply
of fresh water, but the vessel is not to be held responsible for any
defect or insufficiency in said fittings, or in the tanks, condenser or any
of its appurtenances, or in the ventilation of the Vessel, all the same
being hereby approved of and accepted by, the shipper.
Vessel not accountable, for number of animals. All animals are
entirely at the shipper's risk.
Vessel has the liberty to transship the live stock into lighter or
vessel for conveyance to port of discharge, so doing at vessel's expense
and shipper's risk.
Unless a higher value be stated herein, the value of any animal
received for transportation does not exceed the base valuation con-,
tained in carrier's special Live Stock Circular; and the freight thereon
has been adjusted on such valuation, and no oral declaration or agreement shall be evidence of. a different valuation. In computing any
liability of the carrier no value should be placed thereon higher than
invoice cost not exceeding j the aforesaid agreed value (or such other
value as may be stated herein"andextra freight paid upon).
22. Refrigerator Clause—It is expressly agreed that the carrier
does not undertake to carry any -goods or articles in refrigerated or
especially cooled or ventilated compartments and shall not be liable for
any loss or damage from failure so to do unless such carriage is expressly stipulated for herein. As regards refrigerated cargo the Carrier
undertakes that the ■ vessel, shall be classed-in - the American.Bureau of
Shipping with Refrigerating Machinery certificate, and that in the
Trans-Pacific service before loading refrigerated produce in any insulated space or spaces in any port or ports of the United States for the
voyage to the Orient and/or at the first port in the Orient where refrigerated produce Is loaded in such space or spaces for the return
Voyage to United States ports, said Carrier will obtain from the Surveyor for the American Bureau of Shipping or other Surveyor nominated
by that Bureau, or if there be no representative of said Bureau available, then from some other competent surveyor, a certificate stating
that the refrigerating machinery or space or spaces have been surveyed
under working conditions and.have been found to be in good condition
and satisfactory for the carriage of refrigerated produce. The existence
and production of the appropriate loading certificate shall be deemed
to be conclusive evidence against the Charterers, Shippers, and Consignees or Indorsees of Bill of Lading, that the vessel, her engines,
machinery, refrigerating machinery, spare gear, coals, and equipment
and insulation, were at the loading, and at the commencement and
during' every stage of the voyage, in every respect sufficient and in a
seaworthy and satisfactory condition; and the existence of such certificate shall be deemed to satisfy and discharge every obligation or warranty, express or implied, under Charter Party or Bill of Lading, to
provide a seaworthy and satisfactory vessel for the voyage or any stage
thereof; and, further, it is mutually agreed that the carrier shall not be
liable for loss or damage occasioned by any latent defects in the vessel,
her engines, machinery, refrigerating machinery, spare gear, coals, and
equipment, and insulation or appurtenances, misfeasance, or nonfeasance, error in judgment, any act, neglect, or default whatsoever of
pilots, master or crew in the management or navigation of the ship,
collision, stranding, and all and every other dangers and accidents of
the seas, rivers, and canals, and of navigation of whatever kind, or
unseaworthiness of the ship, even existing at the time of shipment or
sailing on the voyage, provided that the carriers or the owners have exercised due diligence to make the vessel Seaworthy.
The above exceptions are to be read in addition to, but absolutely
unqualified by, any other words, whether written or printed, appearing
in this contract, or implied therefrom, and full and complete effect shall
be given to the aforesaid exceptions, anything to the contrary appearing
herein notwithstanding.
23. Except where in conflict with the law of the place of issue,
this bill of lading shall be construed and the liability of the carrier
thereunder determined according to the rules of law as interpreted by
the courts of the United States. The holder of this bill of lading expressly waives the benefit of the provisions of any foreign law in conflict with the provisions of this bill of lading. Carrier as used in this
bill of lading shall mean the carrying vessel and her owners.
24. All goods shipped from Canada shall be subject to all the terms and provisions of and all the exemptions from liability contained in
the Water Carriage of Goods Act, enacted by the Dominion Parliament of Canada, Chapter 61, of the Statutes of Canada, 9-10 Edw. VII, Section
4 of which is as follows:
(4)    Where any bill of lading or similar document of title to goods contain any :clause, covenant or agreement whereby:
(a) the owner, charterer, master or agent of any ship, or the ship "itself, is relieved from liability for loss or damage to goods arising
from negligence, fault or failure in the proper loading, stowage; custody, care or delivery of goods received by them or any of them to be
carried in or by the ship; or
(b) any obligations of the owner or charterer of any ship to exercise due diligence to properly man, equip, and supply the ship, and make
and keep the ship seaworthy and make and keep the ship's hold, refrigerating and cool chambers*.and. all other parts of the ship in which- goods
are carried, fit and safe for their reception, carriage and preservation, are in any wise lessened, weakened or avoided; or
(c) the obligation of the Master, officers, agents or servants of any ship to carefully handle and stow goods and to.'care for, preserve and
properly deliver them, are in any wise lessened, weakened or avoided; such clause, covenant or agreement shall be illegal, null and void and of no
effect unless such clause, covenant or agreement is in accordance with the other provisions of this Act. «4I  ALEXANDER ST.
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WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS,   GENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS  &   EXPORTERS
5 1   PENDER STREET EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C... QM.Qber.3Ist..i 92..§..„.
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The Manager,
The Industrial and Commercial Bank, Ltd*,
Shanghai, China*
Dear Sirs-
We enclose you herewith Bill Of Lading and Draft
against Tong Tak Tai, 119 Kiangse Road, Shanghai for 506 Boxes of
Salt Herring by "Iyo Maru" which sailed from Vancouver on October
27th 1928, for the sum of Thirty Two Hundred Gold Dollars($3200.00),
Please notify Messrs. Tong Tak Tai to honor this
draft and when you collect the above amount, kindly remit us the
same by mail at your earliest convenience.
Yours very truly,
"Wing Sang <%>,
Per  _~^C-/      /lA^a A.
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NIPPON YUSEN KAISHA
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RECEIVED, in apparent good order arid condition* from ftHHL..§AMft..#.MKA|(fjft iI^^^^a:	
the following property, (contents and condition of contents of packages unknown), marked, consigned and destined
as indicated below, for shipment at.MiM^W^W..|H».....on board the steamsEip....-..fD??.._B5^R* 5L:SL
or other steamship of the NIPPON YUSEN KAISHA, to be carried upon said steamship (subject to conditions and
exceptions stated below) to the port of j|Vl^liGlM.|.#..J6ilAI|4.«. or so.riear thereto as ship may safely get,
and there to be delivered'untcSIIB^ to his or their assigns
(notify 7/iff^^m3oMl3i^jtm^  )
or to another carrier on the route to destination if beyond steamer's port of call; (VALUED AT $ .....:..,..... )
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In consideration of the rate of/rreighH§reHi"p|in
under shall Jbe subject to the contract.^tern^krKj jyp
INCLUDING CONTRACT TERMS Mb  ~
all other charges and average.
|itl>*^ereby Stipulated that the service to be performed here-
is^^ther printed, written or stamped, ferein contained,
UTlfHfS ON BACK HEREOF, and said contract terms and
conditions are hereby agreed to byVl^^MPper and by him^ccepted lor himself and his assigns as just and reasonable.
affirmed to
3thers
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, eh^^ffent, sign5§% on behalf of/the said Nippon YuggflJ^sha, has: affirmc
 .^l^.iO^ Kills of Lading,\^ o§^fej^^n^ ^d^teybne of which Bilfe^'el^acco^pHshed, "Me 6
DATED AT.
Printed in U. S. A.
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CONTRACT TERMS AND CONDITIONS g|2|
With respect to'the service. It is agreed that: \\^^^S^^ pfP^^l
1. The ship shall have liberty to sail with or without pilots, to tow and be towed, to assist vessels fir: distress, to drydock at port o'f loading or
elsewhere with or withcut cargo on board, to deviate from or beyond the usual course to any extent for the purpose of saving life or property or for any
other purpose, to touch at any port or ports in any rotation or order in or out of the customary route and to call at any port or ports more than onto.
2. The carriers shall have liberty to convey the goods in.lighters to and from the ship, and, -as regards the whole or any part of the goods, to
lighter, warehouse, transship, or reship the goods by any ship or conveyance whether belonging to the carrier or not, at any time or times and at the risk
of the shippers, owners or consignees of the goods. In case goods are destined beyond steamer's port of call, transshipment shall be at shipper's, owner's
or consignee's risk, but carrier's expense and the goods shall be subject to the conditions and clauses of the bills of lading of the steamer or steamers completing the transit. Arbitraries quoted beyond ports of call are not guaranteed and any additional expense incurred at or beyond port of call due to increase
In rates*or to warehouse charges, custom charges, etc., shall be cdltected from consigneeVbefore delivery of the goods. Under no circumstances of transshipment will the carriers assume any responsibility for marine and/or war risk or any other insurance whilst awaiting or after shipment by the
oncarrying steamer. jgspgg-jgg;
3. The carriers shall not he liable for any loss, damage or delay, occasioned by the acts of God; enemies; pirates, robbers or thieves by land or sea;
arrests or restraints of princtes^ rulers or people; restrictions land consequences of quarantine; riots; strikes, lockouts or Other labor disturbances; combinations of workmen or others, whether ashore or afloat; civil commotion, or arty circumstances beyond the shipowner's control; any accident, detention or
deviation arising out of or consequent upon the employment of any vessel in the mail or any special service of the Imperial Government of Japan; any act
. or default of the Suez or Panama Canal authorities; land damage; rats or other vermin; rain; spray; insufficient packing; hookholes; wear and tear of
packages through handling; inaccuracies, obliteration, errors, insufficiency or absence of marks, numbers, address or description of goods shipped; effects
of climate; heat of holds; leakage; liquefaction; ullage; drainage; breakage; rotting of packages; chafage; decay; putrefaction; chemical action; sweat;
smell; evaporation; frost; fumigation; injurious effect of other goods, the ship or anything in the ship; rust; machinery; boilers; steam; coal dust; fire or
water on board, in; hulk, in c^aft, on shore, or in warehouse; admission of waters by any cause or leakage or emission of water or oil from any
tank or pipe.; explosion; accidents to or defects latent or otherwise in hull, tackle, boiler, tanks, pipes, machinery or their appurtenances; unseaworthiness
or unfitness to receive and carry cargo whether existing at the time of or after loading or at the beginning or during the course of the voyage, provided
the owners have exercised due diligence to make the vessel seaworthy and fit and have used due diligence to properly man, equip and supply said vessel;
barratry, jettison; pilferage; whether by persons directly or indirectly in the employment or service of the carriers Or otherwise; overcarriage or loss of
market; any act, neglect or default whatsoever or desertion of crew; strikes; lockouts; riot, error in judgment, negligence or default of-the master, pilot,
officers, engineers, mariners, stevedores or others; collision, stranding or wreck, however caused; rising or mutiny among passengers; and any or all the
perils, dangers and accidents of the seas, rivers, land carriage and navigation of whatsoever nature or kind and howsoever caused.
'4. . The value-of the goods shipped does not exceed $250 per package or in proportion for any part thereof, and the carriers shall hot be liable for gold,
silver, bullion, specie, documents, jewelry, precious stones or^netals, bank notes or securities for money, paintings, pictures, embroideries; perfumes, works
of art, silks, furs| china, porcelain, watches or clocks in any amount, nor for goods of any description whatever above the value of $20 per cubic foot nor in
any case beyond $250 per package, unless the value is declared in the bill of lading, a special agreement entered into, and the freight adjusted accordingly.
" ,, 5.' The shipper shall^^liable for any loss or damage to the ship Or cargo caused by inflammable, expldsi^e Or dangerous goods shipped without full disclosure of their nature, whether such shipper be principal or agent, and such goods ma^ be thrown overboard or destroyed at any time without compensation.
6. Merchandise on wharf awaiting shipment is at shipper's, owner's or consignees risk of loss or damage by fire or flood, or any other cause beyond
carrier's control. iHllllll ^^^?^?^^^^"
7. In case -the whole^or any part of the arjieles, specified herein are prevented by any cause from going in said steamship^ the carrier is only bound
to forward them by succeeding steamships employed in this line or in other steamships.
■8. The carriers shall not be responsible for: correct delivery unless each package is distinctly, correctly and permanently marked by the shipper
before shipment with the mark and number or address and also with the name of the port of delivery, which last must be in letters not less than two
inches long._   In- no case will the carriers accept responsibility for delivery to other than leading marks.
• 9. r.The carrier shall not be responsible for breakage or damage to castings, cast iron pipes, show cases, unprotected goods, goods packed in frail cases
or in fragile containers, marble, slate, glassware, china, earthenware or any goods of a brittle or fragile nature, from whatsoever cause arising, all such
cargo being conveyed &£XhS risk of the shipper, owner or consignee of the goods.
10. Fish, fruit, vegetSffes and all perishable goods, and all cargo carried on deck, are conveyed solely at the risk of the shipper, owner or consignee
of the goods and the carriers will in no case be responsible for deterioration, shrinkage in weight or damage of .any kind. All goods, may. be .carried in
shelter deck, poop, bridge space, deck house,  peaks or" other space whatsoever.
11. With respect to live stock the shippers shall provide, all stalls or other necessary pens or enclosures, and shall provide necessary feed and attendants for such live Stock from the time taken on board steamer until landed at destination; the ship, her o\VnersTor agents, shall not be held liable for injury
to or loss of live stock by death however caused; feed for live stock shall be carried on board steamer freight free, except that any surplus feed landed at
destination shall pay freight at current rates; freight charges on live stock must in all cases be paid in advance on each and every head of livestock taken
on" steamer.        *
12. Steamer may discharge the goods as soon as she is ready to unload and as fast as she is able, continuously day and night in any weather, Sundays
and holidays included, and if the consignee fails to take delivery immediately on discharge, the carrier shall be at liberty to land the said goods on wharf
or into craft or other suitable place without notice and to store them at the risk and expense of the shipper, owner or consignee, any custom of the port to
the contrary notwithstanding. The carrier shall have the option of making delivery of goods either over the ship's side, or from lighter or storeship or
hulk or custom house or warehouse or dock or wharf or quay at shipper's, owner's or consignee's risk and in all cases the carrier's liability is to cease as
soon as the goods are lifted from and leave the ship's deck. The carrier's responsibility for merchandise to be carried on this bill of lading to a point
beyond port of discharge shall terminate on tender of delivery to the next carrier.
13. No claim shall under any circumstances whatever attach to the carrier for failure to notify consignees of arrival of goods.
14. The master porterage of the delivery of cargo is to oe performed by the consignees of the ship and the expense thereof shall be paid by the shipper,
owner or consignee of the goods. ||||||g§g
15. All expenses of cooperage or- repairs to packages incurred by the carrier and all charges and expenses for sorting and stacking the goods on wharf
or in shed shall be paid by the shipper, owner or consignee of the goods and the carrier shall have a lien on all goods of the shipper, owner or consignee
concerning whose goods such expenses  are incurred.
16. Freight and primage (if any) as declared herein and average accustomed shall become due on shipment and shall be paid by the shipper in exchange for signed bill of lading, in cash without discount, or at destination as agreed and declared herein. All freight and primage (if any) shall be
considered as learned whether the ship or goods or chattels be lost or not lost at any stage of the entire transit, and full freight shall be paid on damaged
or unsound goods or chattels."
17. The carrier shall have a lien on the goods for all freight and also for dead freight on any portion of the goods covered by the shipping orders
granted in respect hereof which may not have been shipped and for all charges stipulated herein to be borne by the shipper, owner or consignee, and if on
sale at destination for freight and charges the proceeds fail to cover said freight and charges, the carrier shall be entitled to recover the difference from
the shipper. The shipper, owner and consignee shall be responsible for any fines or damages which the ship or cargo may incur' or suffer by reason of the
incorrect or insufficient marking, numbering or addressing of packages or description  of  their  contents.
18. The freight within mentioned has been calculated and based upon a description of the goods declared by the shipper to the shipowner. The shipper
warrants the correctness of such description. If such description should prove to be untrue or incomplete, the shipper, owner, and consignee and each of
them shall be liable for and shall pay to the carriers as and by way of liquidated and ascertained damages, but not as a penalty, a sum equal to double
the freight which would have been charged if the goods had been correctly described, less the freight actually paid. Any lift weighing over two tons of
2,000 lbs. and each of them in addition to paying the above mentioned double freight shall make good and bear any loss, damage or delay caused in
handling to any property or persons whatsoever and shall also pay all additional charges of handling.
19. Should a port be inaccessible on account of ice, blockade or interdict, or should entry and/o"r discharge be deemed by the master unsafe or inadvisable or liable to subject the steamer to any risk or delay whatsoever, whether in consequence of war, disturbance, epidemic, strikes, lockouts, congestion or condition of port or docks or of any other cause or to be likely to subject the steamer or the goods to quarantine or delay on that account there
or at any subsequent port the master shall have liberty to discharge the goods intended for such port on the ice, in depot, lazaretto, hulk or craft as
required for the ship's despatch, or at some other port at his option at the risk and expense of the shipper, owner or consignee of the goods and the ship's
responsibility shall cease when the goods are so discharged. The shipper, owner or consignee of the goods and each of them shali be liable for all
quarantine expenses of whatever nature or kind. ^3||pij_p
20. Optional delivery is granted only when arranged prior to the shipment of the goods and expressed in the bill of lading. A consignee desiring to
avail himself of the option so expressed must give notice to the carrier's agent at the first port of steamer's call named in the option at least 24 hours
prior to steamer's arrival there; otherwise the goods shall be landed at carrier's discretion and the carrier's responsibility shall cease.
21. The carrier shall not be responsible for capture, seizure, detention or the consequences thereof or any attempt thereat, nor for any consequences
direct, or indirect, resulting from a state of war and in any such event the carrier reserves the right to discharge the cargo at the ship's discretion at any
port or place at the risk and expense of the shipper, owner or consignee of the cargo, and the carrier's liability shall cease when the cargo is so discharged.
The ship shall have the liberty to comply with any orders or directions as to departure, arrival, routes, ports of call, stoppage or otherwise however, given
by any governhient or any department thereof or by any person acting or purporting to act with the authorities of a government or of any department
thereof, and nothing done or not dorte by reason of any such orders or directions shall be deemed a deviation, nor shall the carrier be responsible for any
loss, damage or expenses resulting either directly or indirectly therefrom.
22. If any ibags of grain, coffee, cocoa or similar cargo be landed slack or torn, the owners or consignees shall accept such proportion of the sweepings
as shall be allotted by the agents of the carrier and the same shall be deemed a full settlement of any claim for loss in weight. Under no circumstances
Will the carrier be responsible for the bursting of single sacks and consequent loss of contents.
23. Carrier shall not be responsible for chafage, breakage, splitting or discoloration of lumber.
s ~724. .Any claim-;$oi loss, damage or other cause must be preferred in writing at the port of destination, at the office of the delivering carrier, before
removal of the goods and within seven days after discharge of the cargo from the steamer and any claim not preferred at the place and within the time
specified shall be deemed to be waived and the carriers shall be deemed to be relieved from any liability thereon. In no event shall an action for recovery
of damages be sustainable if begun more than twelve calendar months after the discharge of the cargo from the steamer.
25. Any admitted claim for loss, damage or other cause shall be adjusted on the basis of the cash value at port of shipment at time of shipment,
subject in all  cases to the operation of Clause 4 of this bill of lading.
26. The carriers.shall not be liable for any loss of or damage to any goods under this bill of lading, however caused, which are capable of being
covered by a .policy.of insurance issued by a company accepting ordinary ntarine risks or by. insurance under a standard or ordinary form of marine
insurance policy. In case the carrier is liable id* loss or damage to any goods tinder this bill of lading, the carrier-4hall have the full benefit of any
insurance that may have been effected upon or on account of said property and may deduct from any claims hereunder the amount of any loan made by
any insurer on the goods caccied hereunder to the. shipper orowner-of the. cargo,  which  loan -is made pending-a»y~claim  for insurance  on  such  goods.
27. In the event of any vessel belonging to the carriers rendering service to the vessel carrying the goods enumerated in this bill of lading entitling
the assisting vessel to salvage reward or remuneration for such service, such reward or remuneration shall be treated in the same manner as if the
assisting vessel belonged to another company or person. iNllllll
28. Average, if any, to be adjusted according to the York-Antwerp rules of 1924 and as to matters not therein provided for, according to the laws and
usages in Japan or at place- of discharge at the option of the carriers. Average bond and statement of cargo values declared therein to be signed, also
sufficient security to be given as required by Master or agents. Owner of goods to contribute to the expenses of a general average nature and pay salvage
and/or special charges incurred in respect of cargo although resulting from any of the causes taken exception of by this bill of lading. If the carrier
shall have exercised due diligence to make said ship in all respects seaworthy and properly manned, equipped and supplied, it is hereby agreed that in
case of danger, damage or disaster resulting from fault or negligence of the pilot, master or crew, in the navigation or management of the ship, or from
latent or other defects, or unseaworthiness of the ship, whether existing at the time of shipment or at the beginning or during the course of the voyage,
but not discoverable by due diligence, the consignee or owner of the cargo shall not be exempted from liability for contribution in the General Average or
for any special charges incurred, but with the shipowner, shall contribute in general average and shall pay such special, charges as if such danger, damage
or disaster hkd not resulted from such fault, negligence, latent or other defect or unseaworthiness.   <,
29. Shipments moving under this bill of lading from ports of the United States are subject to all the terms and conditions of, and to all the exemptions
from liability contained in the Act of Congress of the United States approved February 13, 1893, and known as "The Harter Act."
Shipments moving under this bill of lading from Canadian ports are subject to all the terms and provisions of, and all the exemptions from liability
contained in "The Water-Carriage of Goods Act" of Canada, Section 4 of which is as follows:    "-^sj^^*^
"4.    Where any bill of lading or similar document of title to goods contains any clause, Covenant or "agreement whereby—
(a) The.owner, charterer, master or agent of any ship, or the ship itself/ is relieved from liability for loss or damage to goods arising from negligence
fault, or failure in the proper loading, stowage, custody, care or delivery of goods received by them or any of them to be carried in or by the ship- or
(b)Any obligations of the owner or charterer of any ship to exercise due diligence to properly man,- equip, and supply the ship, ahd make and keen
the ship seaworthy, and make and keep the ship's hold, refrigerating and cool chambers, and all other parts of the ship in which goods are
carried, fit and safe for their reception, carriage and preservation, arein any wise lessened, weakened or avoided; or,
(c) The obligations of the master, officers, agents, or servants of any ship to carefully handle and stow goods, and to care for, preserve, and nrcmerlv
deliver them, are i.n a^ny'wise lessened, weakened or avoided: ^«bj*<4       -»#^^M"^^Sl^^^   3?M*|t5 .
such clause, covenant or agreement shall be illegaf^tttm and void, and of no effect, unless such clause, covenant or agreement is in accordance with the
other provisions ^T^S^arat^-rq V:'tS^^^^^^^^^i^^ ifcfcjiSIIStlllaS '■■■■■'-•■■&amaBMS&i!el
Nothing herein contained shall deprive tmjWe^ferW^et the benefit of any statutory exemption from or limitation of liability in respect of any loss or
damage to the said goods however caused. . ;%j!|||pf f   -'■',■'      ". ■ * iuaavur
■■ 30. The word "Steamship" or "Steamer" as used in this form of bill"of lading is understood to include and to stand for motOTahjp, as* the ease may
require. Sp^iS iSlyeiSs £§&^3£ys4i
i 31.    This bill of lading, duly endorsed, is to be surrendered to carrier's agent in exchange for delivery order.
32.    The conditions and exceptions contained in this bill of lading shall also apply during the transportation inyjnift or in hulk or on shore, or when
stored in warehouses or godowns wheresoever directed. i- *
^^#IE il^ accepting tfe4a^Ul of lading, the shipper, owner and consignee of the goods and the holder of the bill of lading agree to be bound by all of its
stipulations, exceptions and conditions wh'et&ePn$Itten-, tinted or stamped, as fully as if they were all signed by such shipper, owner, consignee or holder.
1 All Policies issued abroad and made payable in the United^^V
Kingdom are required by law to have a Government Stampl 1
affixed within ten days after date of receipt in the Unitcd^^
Kinadom.
CARGO POLICY
No.
BY
©^Hattm
NOT NEGOTIABLE
($umt insurant Compang uf Ammra
Mnitymz $c EtmttgBtott
340 ©alttettia £tr»*t fcatt Jfaattrisrn, Qlalttettta
managers parifir (Enaat i&arto B*parttt«mt
. Warranted free of capture, seizure, arrest, restraint, or
detainment, and the consequences thereof or of any attempt thereat (piracy excepted), and also from all consequences of hostilities or warlike operations, whether before or after declaration of war.
. Warranted free of loss or damage caused by strikers,
locked-out workmen, or persons taking part in labour disturbances or riots or civil commotions.
Should clause No. I be deleted, clause No. 3 is
to operate as part of this Policy.
. Warranted free of any claim based upon loss of, or frustration of, the insured voyage, or adventure, caused by
arrests, restraints, or detainments of kings, princes, or
peoples.
.. General Average and Salvage Charges payable according
to Foreign Statement or pet York-Antwerp Rules if in
accordance with the contract of affreightment.
. Warranted that should the vessel andlor craft ground
within the limits of the Columbia andlor Willamette
andlor Fraser Rivers andlor Tributaries andlor in the
Suez Canal andlor Panama Canal andlor Manchester
Ship Canal or its connections andlor in the River Mersey
above Rock Ferry Slip andlor in any other canals, harbors,^or tidal rivers, such grounding not to be deemed a
stranding, but underwriters to pay for any damage which
may be proved to have directly resulted therefrom.
. Held covered at a premium to be arranged in case of
deviation or change of voyage, or other variation of the
risk by reason of the exercise of any liberty granted to
the ship-owner or charterer under the contract of affreight-
me.nt. nr rif finv amission or error in the description oi the
fyprntiS,it hath been proposed to the QUEEN INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA,
una as» mmkm
as well in his or their own name as for and in the name and names of all and every other person or persons
to whom the subject, matter of this Policy does may or shall appertain in part or in all to make with the said
Company the said Insurance hereinafter mentioned and described.
Now this Policy WITNESSETH that in consideration of the said person or persons effecting thi* Policy promising to pay to the said Company the sum of        j|j|   ^3^^EI^@^l
f]l*&-
as a premium at and after the rate of  jy
per cent, for such Insurance the said Company takes upon itself the burthen of such Insurance to the amount
and promises and agrees with the Insured their Executors Administrators and Assigns in all respects truly
to perform and fulfill the contracfc_£fintained in this Policy AND  it is hereby agreed and declared that the
INSTITUTE  CARGO  CLAUSES   F. P. A.
(WITH   ENGLISH   LAW AND  USAGE  CLAUSE)
Warranted free of capture, seizure, arrest, restraint or detainment, and the consequences thereof or of any attempt thereat (piracy excepted), and also from all
consequences of hostilities or warlike operations, whether before or after declaration of war.
Warranted free of loss or damage caused by strikers, locked-out workmen, or persons taking part in labour disturbances, or riots or civil commotions.
Should Clause No. 1 be deleted, Clause No. 3 is to operate as part of this Policy.
Warranted free of any claim based upon loss of, or frustration of, the insured
voyage, or adventure, caused by arrests, restraints or detainments of kings, princes,
or peoples.
General average and salvage charges payable according to foreign statement or per
York-Antwerp Rules if in accordance with the contract of affreightment.
Held covered at a premium to be arranged in case of deviation or change of voyage
or other variation of the risk by reason of the exercise of any liberty granted to
the shipowner or charterer under the contract of affreightment, or of any omission
or error in the description of the interest, vessel, or voyage.
The risks covered by this policy attach from the time the goods leave the shipper's
or manufacturer's warehouse at the port of shipment, unless otherwise stated, and
continue during the ordinary course of transit, including customary transhipment if
any, until the goods are safely deposited in the consignee's or other warehouse at the
destination named in the policy or until the expiry of fifteen days from midnight of
the day on which the discharge of the goods hereby insured from the vessel is completed, whichever may first occur. When the destination to which the goods are
insured is without the limits of the port of discharge the risks covered by this policy
continue until the goods are safely, deposited in the consignee or other warehouse at
the destination named in the policy or until the expiry of 30 days from midnight of
the day on which the discharge of the goods hereby insured from the vessel is completed, whichever may first occur. Transhipment, if any, otherwise than as above,
and/or delay arising from circumstances beyond the control of the assured, held
covered at a premium to be arranged.
Including transit by craft, raft, and/or lighter to and from the vessel. Each craft,
raft, and/or lighter to be deemed a separate insurance. The assured are not to be
prejudiced by any agreement exempting lightermen from liability.
The Assured are not to be prejudiced by the presence of the negligence clause and/or
latent defect clause in the Bills of Lading and/or Charter Party. The seaworthiness of
the vessel as between the Assured and the Assurer is hereby admitted and the wrongful act or misconduct of the shipowner or his servants causing a loss is not to defeat
the recovery by an innocent Assured if the loss in the absence of such wrongful act
or misconduct would have been a loss recoverable on the policy. With leave to sail
with or without pilots, and to tow and assist vessels or craft in all situations, and to
be towed.
Warranted free from Particular Average unless the vessel or craft be stranded, sunk,
or burnt, but notwithstanding this warranty the Assurers are to pay the insured
value of any package or packages which may be totally lost in loading, transhipment or discharge, also for any loss of or damage to the interests insured which
may reasonably be attributed to fire, collision or contact of the vessel and/or craft
and/or conveyance with any external substance (ice included) other than water,
or to discharge of cargo at port of distress, also to pay landing, warehousing, forwarding and special charges if incurred for which Underwriters would be liable
under a policy covering Particular Average.
Strikes, riots
and civil
commotions
clause.
lost or not lost) at and from
subject matter of this Policy as between the Insured and the said
>e and is as follows upon
Wipe l*$»*i «* |»9%9&r
English Law and Usage.   This insurance is understood and agreed to be subject to
English Law and Usage as to liability for and settlement of any and all claims.
Bill of Lading,
&c, clause.
P. P. A. clause.
English
Law and
Usage clause.
claim under this insurance). In tneeventoflosstlr
damage this policy shall be null and void to the extent
of any payment made by any carrier or bailees or insurers
whether liable or not.
iz. English Law and Usage. This insurance is understood
and agreed to be subject to English Law and usage as to
liability for and settlement of any and all claims.
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VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, tHIS-
Examined—
•no i^Pt
Hilt citf fmmimz & ol&lm, aaXi mg®s*
m&W £UMf ki*<cM*u» Agents |H
gr nni- « & •
es that the Insurance aforesaid shall commence from the time the
1 under deck on board the said Ship or Vessel Craft or Boat as
ely landed at as above
ich the said Company is content to bear and does take upon itself
are of the Seas Fire Pirates Rovers Assailing Thieves Jettisons
; and of all other like Perils Losses and Misfortunes that have or shall
the aforesaid subject matter of this Insurance or any part thereof
hall be lawful and necessary for the Insured his or their Factors
el for in and about the Defence Safeguard and Recovery of the
or any part thereof without prejudice to this Insurance the
ar in proportion to the sum hereby insured AND it is expressly
:r or Insured in Recovering Saving or Preserving the Property
acceptance of abandonment.
1 behalf of the said Company have hereunto set their hands in
day of
mMbmg %MMm
VANCOUVER INSURANCE and VESSEL AGENCY, LIMITED
AGENTS.
Per ,«»..,	
P All Policies issued abroad and made payable in the Unitedj[^^
Kingdom are required by law to have a Government Stampl
affixed within ten days after date of receipt in the UnitedV-^
CARGO POLICY
No..%
NOT NEGOTIABLE
5ty* Hattrig^rr Jfttattranr* attb Haas*! Aijwrg, IMmittb, Agwtta
%)kZ fritter £tt?tt W., Hannurorr, U. 0L
i. Warranted free of capture, seizure, arrest, restraint, or
detainment, and the consequences thereof or of any attempt thereat (piracy excepted), and also from all consequences of hostilities or warlike operations, whether before or after declaration of war.
i. Warranted free of loss or damage caused by strikers,
locked-out workmen, or persons taking part in labour disturbances or riots or civil commotions.
Should clause No. i be deleted, clause No. 3 is
to operate as part of this Policy.
3. Warranted free of any claim based upon loss of, or frustration of, the insured voyage, or adventure, caused by
arrests, restraints, or detainments of kings, princes, or
peoples.
4. General Average and Salvage Charges payable according
to Foreign Statement or pet York-Antwerp Rules if in
accordance with the contract of affreightment.
5. Warranted that should the vessel andlor craft ground
within the limits of the Columbia andlor Willamette
andlor Fraser Rivers andlor Tributaries andlor in the
Suez Canal andlor Panama Canal andlor Manchester
Ship Canal or its connections andlor in the River Mersey
above Rock Ferry Slip andlor in any other canals, harbors, *or tidal rivers, such grounding not to be deemed a
stranding, but underwriters to pay for any damage which
may be proved to have directly resulted therefrom.
6. Held covered at a premium to be arranged in case of
deviation or change of voyage, or other variation of the
risk by reason of the exercise of any liberty granted to
the ship-owner or charterer under the contract of affreightment, or of any omission or error in the description of the
i or voyage.
\nsit by craft and/or lighter to and from the
[craft andlor lighter to be deemed a separate
the assured are not to be prejudiced by any
tempting lightermen from liability,
are not to be prejudiced by the presence of
ce clause andlor latent defect clause in the
king andlor  Charter Party.    With leave  to
without pilots, and to tow and assist vessels
II situations, and to be towed,
vise stated in writing in this policy the inter-
warranted free from Particular Average un-
i or craft be stranded, sunk, or burnt, but
mg this warranty the Assurers are to pay the
of any package or packages which may be
loading, transshipment or discharge, also for
damage to the interests insured which may
1 attributed to fire, collision or contact of the
craft and/or conveyance with any external
j included) other than water, or to discharge
ft of distress, also to pay landing, warehousing and special charges if incurred for which
would  be  liable  under  a  policy  covering
frage.
mg anything to the contrary this insurance
tree from any claim for or consequent upon
ay or loss of time whether arising from a
ta or otherwise.
te warranted to be in all cases null and
ixtent of any insurance by any  carrier or
would attach and cover said  property  if
a not been issued, and to be null and void
ss or damage by fire on land to the extent
nee against loss or damage by fire, directly
covering upon the same property, whether
huent hereto in date, and it is also underfed, that in case any agreement be made or
he assured with  any carrier or bailee by
tpulated that such or any carrier or bailee
case of any loss for which he may be liable,
this insurance, or exemption in any man-
bnsibility grounded on the fact of this inland in that event this Company shall be
any liability for such loss hereunder, but
these and all cases of loss or damage by
I against  shall   be  liable  and   owe  actual
'only) what cannot be collected from car-
ailees and/or insurers of property  lost or
also shall be chargeable with  the direct
sequence to the assured temporarily aris-
y  in  collection from said carrier andlor
insurers, and the advancing for this pur-
tnds to the assured for his protection pend-
shall in no case be considered as affecting
the final liability of this insurance, and as
p» is made from the carrier and/or bailees
t, the title of the assured to hold the sums
iy this Company shall discontinue, and a
equal to the sum collected from the car-
lilees andlor insurers,  shall be repaid to
but in case of final failure to collect from
I or bailees andlor insttrers, a portion of
need by this Company equal to the sum
from the carrier andlor bailees andlor in-
retained and applied in settlement of the
of this insurance thereby established (pro-
^^^^^^^^^^~Jie loss shall constitute in other respects a
claim   under "this  insurance).    In  the  event  of  loss  or
damage this policy shall be null and void to the extent
of any payment made by any carrier or bailees or insurers
whether liable or not.
ia. English Law and Usage.   This insurance is understood
and agreed to be subject to English Law and usage as to
liability for and settlement of any and all claims.
S-28-1000
(Jhtmt 3timxxmvct (Eompattg of Kmmm
34H ©alifontia &tr**t 0att Jfraurtiiro, (EaUfarttta
JRattagroB parifir C&oaai iHartttr Irpari mrttt
ItyttUB, it hath been proposed to the QUEEN INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA,
BY
as well in his or their own name as for and in the name and names of all and every other person or persons
to whom the subject matter of this Policy does may or shall appertain in part or in all to make with the said
Company the said Insurance hereinafter mentioned and described.
Now this Policy Witnesseth that in consideration of the said person or persons effecting thjk Policy promising to pay to the said Company the sum of        MM   W8&$im%m^$& sfs \
fy7S7
as a premium at and after the rate of   &flfc §_^__^¥jfW_W^^A,
per cent, for such Insurance the said Company takes upon itself the burthen of such Insurance to the amount
i?it© ttwas&t. mmmm ft«sijpB)«
and promises and agrees with the Insured their Executors Administrators and Assigns in all respects truly
to perform and fulfill the contract contained in this Policy AND it is hereby agreed and declared that the
said Insurance shall be and is an Insurance (lost or not lost) at and from
AND it is also agreed and declared that the subject matter of this Policy as between the Insured and the said
Company so far as concerns this Policy shall be and is as follows upon
Marked
laden (under deck) on board the ship or vesseTcalled the
"no saw.
Loss if any payable to the order of the Assured in
rf}&o^v£» Aim**:
X& tim 3 * 33 of iaa r s * mgr is t i ^ m 'k _% Til spoa
7 7 tef&& o~-*     v   ^r  73x   ^ Ht'^  ttteK^Shftit     f :- , of
Safet «©i^m^.tf fstr awnroy sat mrti^fiisal*
AND the said Company promises and agrees that the Insurance aforesaid shall commence from the time the
subject matter of this Policy shall be laden under deck on board the said Ship or Vessel Craft or Boat as
above and continue until discharged and safely landed at as above
AND touching the Adventures and Perils which the said Company is content to bear and does take upon itself
in the Voyage so Insured as aforesaid they are of the Seas Fire Pirates Rovers Assailing Thieves Jettisons
Criminal Barratry of the Master and Mariners and of all other like Perils Losses and Misfortunes that have or shall
come to the Hurt Detriment or Damage of the aforesaid subject matter of this Insurance or any part thereof
AND in case of any Loss or Misfortune it shall be lawful and necessary for the Insured his or their Factors
Servants and Assigns to sue labour and travel for in and about the Defence Safeguard and Recovery of the
aforesaid subject matter of this Insurance or any part thereof without prejudice to this Insurance the
charges whereof the said Company will bear in proportion to the sum hereby insured AND it is expressly
declared and agreed that no Acts of Insurer or Insured in Recovering Saving or Preserving the Property
insured shall be considered as a waiver or acceptance of abandonment.
IN WITNESS whereof the undersigned on behalf of the said Company have hereunto set their hands in
Vancouver, British Columbia, this *w**^. day of
mm
-3Mcytn lite*
Examined-
VANCOUVER INSURANCE and VESSEL AGENCY, LIMITED
AGENT
Per	
I Form No. E-47
PSspi    *'        W 1    MM3
THE INDUSTRIAL & COMMERCIAL BANK, LTD.
SHANGHAI   BRANCH
fing;
Shanghai,   .33^.    ... $§5Sj jfc* | /£2   *
We beg to advise that the below mentioned collection has been paid and in settlement
thereof *?.... 1™10 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^fc i :iL J^^^
feC^^^fS Yours very truly, f_^|
^e Indust^al.& CorfimercialIJank, Ltd.
Your-
No,
Jt
Draw
n on    v\/
Amount
Notation
1 EXCHANGE FOR
I
cA%4&njpd&*s
I    &   O
-/«?Jfc
fl      ^dkmOTndly^^ SECOND ^ ^^A^t^axe     / %^<7*df ^cn/t^tTc/
tTycc^,  /&   Aine   ^^tcee^
%^^^«e«^«^^^/^^e« S<* <3wc*un/<^VtiL\\ INDUSTRIAL 4 CWIERCIAL BANK, LIMITED,
j0     THE AMERICAN EXPRESS CO.,
 NEW YORK, U.SK 1
s
AccQunkmt Form No. E.47
THE INDUSTRIAL & COMMERCIAVBAN&, LTD.
SHANGHAI   BRANCH
o
Shanghai,^s^**.J^**. 1192 8-
Wing Sang CoVf     fs
51 Pender Street East,
Vancouver,  B.   C.
We beg to advise that the below mentioned collection has been paid and in settlement
thereof   !??  IKll^^	
Yours very truly,
The Industrial & Commercial J?ank, Ltd.
Gl3.2QQ.QQ
U.   S.  Dollars Three Thousand Two jjHundred only. Telephone Sey. 313
Cable Address -WINGSANG" VfcJtoiver.
o
CODES
P.O. BOX 15
A. B. C. 5th. Edition
A. B. C. 5th. Edition Improved
Bentley's
WING SANG CO.
y&sinblt&kzb    IBBB
WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS, GENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS &  EXPORTERS
51   PENDER  STREET  EAST
VANCOUVER,  B. C. .-JBUI-Ilth 192-9-
The Manager,
The Industrial and Commercial Bank Limited*,
164 Szechuen Boad, |§p
Shanghait China*
Star Sir:-
We "beg to acknowledge receipt of your draft Ho 1086 for
Thirty Tiro Hundred Dollars Gold G#320Q. for account of Tong Tak Tai,
Shanghai«
Thanking you for your prompt attention*
Yours truly,
Wing Sang Co.,
per Q Ocean Steam Ship QLxtd.
China Mutual, Steam Navigation Co.jlti>.
JKgMlBalJB
Dodwell & Co., Ltd.
General Agents for Pacific Coast
Srattlb, Mr ash. Vancouver, b.c.
San Francisco, cai..       los Anghlks,  cal.
Telegraphic address
"dodwell"
19B9
Messrs. Wing Sang & Co,,
51 Pender St.  East,
YMC0U1TER    B.C.
Mm Stent
ikl
Ii.
We \   f ^   to '//    it    * * „   i.   ^ i    v'^
fe&&el trill arrive hera to loud outw&94 on " r: <f\t
S0th* and ftlll Mrtii. at 8|Almtfme fter#
Please arrange t© have your oarge
available- for loading on 73/133? is arrival, fteaiife*
iftf mm m mw-i- at poeeiftle witii shipping instraetioai
ami export AoenMBta*
¥011^ fi fu i th fw 11<
mi/h
AMt*t*ftt lfcmger* ORM  9-2M-12-27
SAN FRANCISCO
Transpacific Transportation Co,
PACIFIC COAST  GENERAL. AGENTS
149  CALIFORNIA ST.
LOS ANGELES
Dodwell & Co., Ltd.
Pacific Electric Bldg.
SEATTLE
BURCHARD &  FlSKEN,   INC.
ARCTIC BLDG.
i §
Java-Pacific Line
JOINT SERVICE OF
Nederland Royal Mail Line and Rotterdam Lloyd Royal Mail Line
FREIGHT CONTRACT
number       V.2    Voytl
signed at   Vancouver. B.C.
DATE 23rd October, 1928
Messrs. Wing Sang Company
51 Pender Street East,
Vancouver. B.C.
Gentlemen:
We confirm booking for your account the following freight which you agree to ship and we agree to transport on
the following terms and conditions.
Commodity and Quantity
112
Weighing about
Loading at
Destined to
For shipment per S.S.
Expected to sail about
Rate of Freight
600 Boxes Dried Salt Herring
tons of 2240 lbs. and measuring about
1ZQ
tons of 40 cu. ft.
Seattle. Wash.
Hbngkong. China
"MQDJOKERTO*
17th February 192$
8^50 per 40 cu.ft. Prepaid
or substitute,
Shippers
Suppliers
Remarks
Based on 8J- cu.ft. per each Government Salt Herring Box A refund of $1*00
per measurement   ton, payable  not before March 31st, 1929 will be made
to shipper, as shown on bill of lading, provided such shipper confines
his/their entire salt  fish shipments from or origination at British
Columbia Ports to Pacific Westbound Conference Lines, during the period
of  September 1st I928 to March 31st  I929
if this contract is not accepted by the shipper and signed and returned to the carrier within three days from the date shown
hereon, carrier shall have the privilege of cancelling the reservation.
Subject to provisions of carrier's bill of lading form currently in use in connection with shipments to destination named above.
It is agreed carrier may substitute for any vessel named herein any other suitable vessef.
Shippers agree to pay deadfreight at above mentioned rate on all or any portion of said cargo not shipped in accordance with
the terms of this contract.
In the event of short shipment of aforesaid quantity of cargo or any part thereof, carrier is granted lien upon the cargo shipped
for deadfreight due on the quantity of cargo not shipped.
Please sign and return one copy promptly.
ACCEPTED FOR
kt^Sf iQy^ £
Java-Pacific line
LL COTTS AND COMPANY* SAN FRANCISCO
Transpacific Transportation Co.
pacific coast general agents
149 California St.
LOS ANGELES
Dodwell 8t Co., Ltd.
Pacific Electric Bldg.
SEATTLE
BURCHARD &  FlSKEN,   INC.
ARCTIC BLDG.
0
Java-Pacific Line
JOINT SERVICE OF
Nederland Royal Mail Line and Rotterdam Lloyd Royal Mail Line
FREIGHT CONTRACT
NUMBER V.3      VoySl
signed at     Vancouver «B.C.
date 23rd October, 1928
Wing Sang Company
51 Pender Street East,
Vancouver.  B.C.
We confirm booking for your account the following freight which you agree to ship and we agree to transport on
the following terms and conditions.
Commodity and Quantity     6(K)  Boxes  ^^^   ^^   Herring
Weighing about ,.. ~ tons of 2240 lbs. and measuring about
Loading at        Seattle. Wash.
Destined to        H0ngkong#    China
For shipment per S.S.        *SIANTARH
Expected to sail about        14th   Jantary  1^29
Rate of Freight $8^50 per 40 cu.ft. Prepaid
128
tons of 40 cu. ft.
or substitute,
Shippers
Suppliers
Remarks
Based on &§■ -cu.ft. per each Government Salt Herring Box.    A refund of
$1.00 per measurement ton, payable not before March 31st, 1929 will be
made to shipper, as shown on bill of lading,  provided such shipper confines
hisr/their entire salt fish-shipments from or origination at  British
Columbia Ports to Pacific Westbound Conference Lines, during the period
of September 1st  1928 to March 31st, I929   1
If this contract is not accepted by the shipper and signed and returned to the carrier within three days from the date shown
hereon, carrier shall have the privilege of cancelling the reservation.
Subject to provisions of carrier's bill of lading form currently in use in connection with shipments to destination named above.
It is agreed carrier may substitute for any vessel named herein any other suitable vessel.
Shippers agree to pay deadfreight at above mentioned rate on all or any portion of said cargo not shipped in accordance with
the terms of this contract.
In the event of short shipment of aforesaid quantity of cargo or any part thereof, carrier is granted lien upon the cargo shipped
for deadfreight due on the quantity of cargo not shipped.
Please sign and return one copy promptly.
ACCEPTED FOR
Java-Pacific line
dingwall c0tts and company.; i
Telephone Sey. 313
Cable Address "WINGSANG" VanccJuver.
P.O. Box 15
!A. B. C. 5th. Edition
A. B. C. 5th. Edition Improved
Bentley's
WING SANG CO.
^sl&hlmktb    IBBS
WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS, GENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS &  EXPORTERS
51   PENDER   STREET  EAST
VANCOUVER,  B..C.-------fiUl..Jtol..
192-
3>ingwall Gotts & Co.,
323 Hm 8t»,
Vancouver, B»€U
Gentlemen:
We beg to enclose herewith our shipping instruction© for
the undermentioned goods to be shipped by your Steamer sailing from
Seattle, Wash*, Jan 14th 1929.
Kindly make out Bills of lading In accordance with the
following particulars.
Steamer
Mark
Ho of packages
Description
Shipper
Consignee
Destination
Jbt Lighter
Ho of copies
B/L required
1000 bc&ee
Salted Herring
Wing Sang Co.,
Sam Wo Hing & Q©#, 21 %ueen St.,
Bong Kong
S.S.^Bervin"
XO copies
Yours truly,
m
Wing Sang^ Gf •, |
per
^<-«^-vy m
Telephone Sey^Q13
Cable Addres#'-WINGSANG'' Vancouver.
S
m
WING SANG CO.
VJl&iMi&ktb    IBBS
WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS, GENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS 6.  EXPORTERS
P.O. Box 15
A. B.C. 5th. Edition
A, B. C. 5th. Edition Improved
Bentley's
51   PENDER   STREET   EAST ^J§§fSP
VANCOUVER,  B. G. -------&^-^l--
-192-
American Mail Mne,
402 Pender St., W.,
Vancouver, B.C.
Gentlemen;-
Vt beg to enclose herewith our shipping instructions
for the undermentioned goods to be shipped W your Steamer sailing
from Vancouver, B.C. fan 20th 1929.
Kindly make out Bills of Lading in accordance with the
following particulars•
Steamer
Mark
Ho Of Packages
Description
Shipper
Consignee
Destination
Bx Lighter
Ho of copies
B/L required
S.S.Montauk
Y.M.
1000 boxes
Salted Herring
Wing Sang Go,,
Sam Wo Hing & Co., 21 $ueen St»,
Hong Kong
s#S.Bervin
10 copies*
I
Yours truly,
Wing Sang^Co.,
per .. f*0
S D 218 5M 11-7-28. I.C.P.
CONFIDENTIAL
NIPPON YUSEN KAISB^r>T/-T1,T i T
SEATTLE BRANCH V/Xvi vJ 111 XX JLrf
FREIGHT ENGAGEMENT 163a
^ISS£Si5|ifei£*G*. Bac^-as^- , i92..s*
Messrs. j WIH<GE...SAHa..^...GaMPAHY....-	
VAHCOir^r b;g.
Gentlemen:
We confirm having reserved space for your account as under:
SHIPPERS -WIHa--S^Ha--&--GOMPAHY-.---
COMMODITY -SA20?---HEB!!H& -----
QUANTITY    SOB BOXES S \ Wei^th-20a Tons af-«0^- Pounds
J Equivalent (Meas't.) Tons of cu. ft.
POINT OF ORIGIN OR  ( 3 c# VIA
LOADING PORT       [ "    * jj
FOR SHIPMENT FROM imOQWm.. | T0 ^AHGHAl	
IN THE SS Ife£9$* MARU or substitute
SCHEDULED SAILING DATE ON OR ABOUT JJJK&RY..&* .., 192. &§
AT OCEAN RATE OF |a*5Q---EBR--40--ClW--Bt»-- ..FREIGHT CHARGES PREPAID
REMARKS: ■■
CONDITIONS
1. The above reservation is made subject to the sailing of the steamer on her regular voyage, to the terms and conditions of the Nippon Yusen
Kaisha Bill of Lading and to the Acts of Governments.
2. The carrier shall not be liable for any failure in the performance of this engagement arising from strikes, lockouts, or other labor disturbances, accidents to vessel, or from any other cause whatsoever, beyond its control; nor shall carrier be liable for discontinuing or curtailing its
service, if at any time, in the judgment of the carrier or its authorized agents, conditions of war, either actual or threatened, make it unsafe or
imprudent for vessels owned,  chartered, or operated by it, to sail on their intended voyages.
3. In the event of failure to supply the cargo herein mentioned (or any part thereof), to the above vessel, or substitute thereof, shippers are
to be held liable for loss of revenue thereby entailed.
4. The carrier does not assume the care, custody, control, or safety of, and is not liable for, the cargo until it is loaded on board the vessel,
nor for demurrage, storage, or any other charges that might accrue against shipment while awaiting delivery to steamer.
5. Delivery of cargo, unless otherwise provided herein, to be made alongside vessel at regular loading berth at time and date required free of all
domestic carriers' charges and/or requirements.    Shippers to furnish al! necessary documents and full shipping instructions before loading commences.
6. Carrier will not be liable to transport if cargo does not arrive alongside vessel in due time for loading.
7. Loading dates, for cargo to be loaded at d*utside docks (i. e„ other than regular berth), to be at steamer's discretion during her stay on
Puget Sound, and/or British Columbia ports.
8. Vessel  reserves the right to load day and/or night including  Sundays  and Holidays.
9. As to Flour and Wheat: Bills of Lading to be given only upon presentation of N. Y. K. Mate's Receipts and proper weight certificate. If
Wheat is furnished in single bags, bills of lading to bear the following notation: "Single sacks. Ship not responsible for bursting of bags and consequent loss of contents."    Shippers to furnish sufficient extra bags for reconditioning during loading and discharging.
10. Shipments of bulk wheat to be available and ready for loading to vessel at time and date required and at rate of not less than one thousand tons per regular working day of eight hours and to be delivered in such a manner as to enable proper stowage to be made. Any lost time,
stand-by time, overtime, resulting from failure to furnish bulk wheat at the above rate to be for shipper's account and to be paid by them. In the
event of vessel being obliged to work overtime for convenience of shippers, suppliers, loaders, elevators, wharves and/or others interested in supplying bulk wheat cargo all overtime expenses thereby incurred to be for shipper's account and to be paid by them.
11. As to Lumber and Logs: Shipping Instructions, Export Declarations, Inspection Bureau Certificates, Specifications and information as to
marks, etc., to be furnished by shipper before loading commerces.
12. Lumber and/or Logs to be available and ready for loading at the rate of not less than 300,000 feet BM per day and to be delivered at ship's
tackle in such a manner as to enable proper stowage to be made.
13. No responsibility on account of Logs in booms, or Logs, Lumber, Shingles, Pulp, and/or other cargo, on scows alongside ship will be assumed by the ship or its^ agent until after such cargo has been lifted from the boom or scow, regardless of whether or not ship has put out lines
for the purpose of securing such boom or scow.
14. This engagement is not transferable and it is understood that the space in this vessel covered by this engagement will not be resold by
shippers, and that if it is resold, carrier has the privilege of cancelling this engagement at its option.
15. This engagement when signed becomes a binding contract which cannot be altered or cancelled, except by mutual consent in writing.
CONFIRMED AND ACCEPTED: NIPPON YUSEN KAISHA, SEATTLE BRANCH
 (kJ...m^. T^^Oxyx^. M  B. W.  GpffiK & SOH LIMITED*
...Manaj
/ (A_J Shippers. T^fk^Jy^r1 ^°^C&rrierssgx©u* lb DiU uoL joi
Kindly sign and mail duplicate copy to us by return mail, otherwise^c^uaaei^feserves right to cancel this reservation
without noticerr^"""^ H Telephone Sey. 313
Cable Address "WINGSANG" Vancouver.
0
o
WING SANG CO.
WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS, GENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS &  EXPORTERS
51   PENDER   STREET   EAST
VANCOUVER,  B. C.
P.O. Box 15
A. B. C. 5th. Edition
A. B. C. 5th. Edition Improved
Bentley's
Jan--3rd - 192 9
B.W«0reer & Son Ltd.,
602 Bastings St., W.,
Vancouver, B.C.
Gentlemen:
We beg to hand you herewith our shipping instructions
for the undermentioned goods to be shipped by your Steamer sailing
from Vancouver, B.C. Jan 8th 1929.
Kindly make out Bills of Lading in accordance with the
following particulars. «||
Steamer
Mark
Ho of Packages
Description
Shipper
Consignee
Destination
3Sk Lighter
Bo of copies
b/l required
lip
800 boxes
Salted Herring
Wing Sang Co.,
Order The Industrial and Commercial
Bank Ltd.,
Hotliy Tong Tak Tai 1X9 Kiangse Boad
Shanghai, China
S.S.^Bervin*
8 copies
Yours tru3y,
Wing Sang Co.,
ptr 4.1  ALEXANDER ST.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
1000 boxes
/WELLS   LIMITED
ORECONDITIONERS
WEIGHERS  AND  SAMPLERS   "
WEIGHT CERTIFICATE
CERTIFICATE No.....W-276--
commodity -Dry-Sal-t-H^pria-g. where wEiGHED.....Ba.i..lant;^e-pier* DATE E<yv*~ -lOish-,---l^Sg*
MARKS Y.   Mm REPORTED FROM EX    S,   -S*   B©r¥£XW	
S. S» ^rotesilaus.
DISPOSITION-
WEIGHED FOR ACCOUNT OF.MQ^.l£:3.m..MiX^..B.Q31gF.M...Gj0.m WEIGHER..
WHEN CERTIFIED THIS BECOMES AN OFFICIAL CERTIFICATE OF WEIGHT
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Tares♦
RECAPITULATION
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509
512
516
308
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512
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REMARKS:
C 41   ALEXANDER  ST.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
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WELLS   LIMITED
ORECONDITIONERS
WEIGHERS  AND SAMPLERS   V^
WEIGHT CERTIFICATE
CERTIFICATE No.   W %&
commodity -Bryislt Hiring.        where weighed   Balla»tyii© pier*       DATE      I*r* %Wjkf 1933*
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MARKS
DISPOSITION
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REMARKS: 41  ALEXANDER ST.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
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WELLS   LIMITED
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REMARKS: • BOO-7-28
Ogean Steam ShiQJo.jltd.
GhinaMutual Steam Navigation Co..jltd.
;lite 1lx,\i;lLine
Dodwell & Co., I/td.
General Agents for Pacific Coast
SEATTLE,  WASH.
SAN   FRANCISCO,   CAL.
VANCOUVER,  B.C.
LOS   ANGELES,   CAL.
Telegraphic address
"DODWELL"
TA3K5 OUTER B.C.  DECEMBER 12th 1928
Messrs.Wing Sang & Co.,
51 Pender St.   E.,
7AHC0U17ER  B.C.
Dear Sirs:
8.*3». "IXXQg* TOY* f .1*  ZZ
We wish to advise that the S*S. "DCICF*
will arrive here to load outward on December £4th, and
will berth at Ballantyne Pier»
We wouldt therefore, ask that you arrange
to have your e&rgo available for loading on vessel's
arrival, furniehlng us as soon as possible with shipping instruetions*
Yours faithfully,
lit Pro DODWELL & COMPART I.fD9
0   Assistant manager.
MC/M
1. Form No. 146 10-25   The Clarke & Stuart Oo,
i„ Ltos»>/b
'ancouver, B. C.
o
Export Entry B-13.
EXPORT  ENTRY
fAICOUVEH^B.C*
(Race oFL^ingi)
^^^^i-iili§S	
Entry No^^O^LO	
Entry and List of Articles of domestic production and of Foreign Articles, which are not subject
eredby Wing S&B&JCa.	
(Address of Owne:
for exportation jj§|| %hlm* -	
(Country of Finalor ultfmate Destination)
to Export, Customs or Excise Duties, delivered by Wte^....Smi&....£.®.	
(Address of Owner or Agent)
to :
viall...
(Name of Railway or Vessel, &te.)
 Direst Steamer
N.B. (1)—(State if shipped via United States Port or direct from Canadian Port)
Address of Consignee and
Marks on Packages
Y*M#
Number of
Packages
400
ARTICLES
Describe the articles fully as, canned pork, printed
cotton cloth, printing presses, apples, oats,
wheat, etc.  General terms, such as
meats, dry goods, machinery,
prints, etc., will not
be accepted.
fex® Dry .Salt. Herring....
Quantity
State number
or pounds,
tons, gallons,
yards, etc.
i;.Q0.0	
Value at Time and Place
of Shipment
Domestic products, including
imported goods
remanufactured
in Canada
?.25G0-..~
Foreign or imported products
in same
condition as
imported
STAMP  OP  PORT  OF  EXIT.
I
CUSlt)ffl8J
i,; ikJ..337k^ /£^^ s37.....
(Owner , Shipper or Consignor ) hereby certify that the above is a full
and true statement of the kinds, quantities, values and destination of all
the articles delivered by me for exportation as aforesaid..
Signed by .
Residence .
Date 	
AA-4[t^sA?..    /^73773373333737^.        „../?*
77?^
BZW See Regulations on the other side
I -s    V
1
No. 1020 B.
MEMORANDUM
DEPARTMENT OF CUSTOMS, CANADA
Ottawa, 80th Juno, 1916.
To Collectors of Customs,
Agents of Railway and Steamship Lines and Others Concerned:-"
CUSTOMS EXPORT ENTRIES
The special attention of Eailway Companies and other carriers of goods is directed to the
following provisions of the regulations as to Export Entries, in force 1st July, 1900, particularly as to an Export Entry (on Form B. 13) in duplicate accompanying the Way Bill of all
goods laden at an inland port or place when consigned as for exportation from Canada.
REGULATIONS   RESPECTING   CUSTOMS   ENTBIES   AND   STATISTICAL   RETURNS   OF   GOODS
EXPORTED PROM CANADA IN FORCE AND EFFECT ON AND AFTER 1st JULY, 1900.
1. Export entries in duplicate for statistical purposes shall be delivered to the Collector
of Customs at the last Port in Canada through which goods for exportation pass outwards for
places beyond the limits of Canada when exported by land, and at the port where laden on the
exporting ship if the goods be exported by water, each such port being herein designated as
I \ the port of exit from Canada.''
Summary of Customs Eegulations respecting Export Entries of goods, required to be observed
by shippers and Railway Carriers in Canada, when goods are laden at Inland Eailway
stations and sidings and consigned for exportation from Canada.
Note particularly that an Export Entry (on Form B. 13) in duplicate, is required for
Customs Statistical purposes to be forwarded along with the way bill from the place of lading,
in all cases when goods are laden at an inland port or place in Canada and consigned as for
exportation from Canada.
2. The Export Entry may be signed by the shipper or his agent (who may also be the
Eailway Agent) in the presence of a witness, and is not required to be attested to.
3. Goods for exportation are classed in the Export Entry form as "Domestic Articles'7
or "Foreign Articles." Goods exported from a Customs Bonded Warehouse are to be reported
on the same form (B. 13) but under the heading "Foreign Articles."
Goods exported from an Excise Warehouse are to be reported also on the same form (B. 13)
but under the heading jj j Domestic Articles. \'
Export Entries from Customs or Excise Bonded Warehouse as aforesaid are to be marked
at the top as " Ex-Warehouse for Statistics.''
4. Export Entries are required for Coin or Bullion exported, as in the case of other
exports.
5. Eemember that the Export Entries in duplicate for statistical purposes as above stated
and as ordered by the Governor in Council are to be delivered by the carrier of the goods to the
Collector of Customs at the port of exit from Canada (being the last port in Canada through
which the goods for exportation pass outwards for places beyond the limits of Canada when
exported by land); and that it is most important to have the Export Entries furnished and
firmly attached to the way bill from inland places in order to avoid the necessity for detention
and side-tracking of the goods at the frontier until Export Entries therefor are obtained and
delivered to the Canadian Customs Officer.
6. When goods for exportation arrive at the frontier unaccompanied by Export Entries
from -inland stations, the Collector of Customs iS to report the facts to the Commissioner of
Customs and state particularly the place of lading in order that the neglect to forward Export
Entries may be traced to the proper railway agent, and that the manager of the Eailway may
be notified through the Department of Customs of such irregularity and neglect.
7. The country of ultimate destination to which the goods are destined for a market is
to be stated in the Export Entry as the country to which Exported, and this rule is to be
strictly observed and particularly as to exports of the forest, and of Animals and of Dairy
and other Agricultural produce shipped via the United States, as articles may be carelessly
declared by shippers as for exportation to the United States when in fact the ultimate destination of the shipment is to Great Britain or some other country beyond the United States, the
transit through United States being merely an incident in the course of the exportation to the
ultimate market beyond.
Note Particularly:—
That a separate Export Entry in duplicate should be delivered for each shipment, showing
the name of the shipper and consignee respectively in each case.
A ' i general' { entry is not acceptable, in which the shipments of several shippers to the
same consignee are I i bulked'' together without specifying the particulars of each shipment and
the name of the shipper in each instance.
Note also, when drawback of Customs duty is claimed, that a third copy of Export Entry,
marked "subject to drawback," should accompany the goods to the frontier port .-of exit.
Penalty for neglect to deliver Export Entry, $400*.
Commissioner of Customs.
NOTE A.—Customs Officers are instructed to specially direct the attention of Shippers
or their Agents in the execution of Export Entries (Form B. 13) that a separate Export Entry
(Form B. 13) executed in duplicate is required to be made for each shipment less than a carload lot, also that Export Entries in duplicate are required to be executed for each car used in
comprising a total consignment or shipment. Also that great care is required to be exercised
by the shipper or his Agent in giving the correct quantities and values on such Export Entries.
i Form No. 146 10-25   The Clarke & Stuart Co., Li
Export Entry B-13.
ncouver, B. C.
EXPORT   ENTRY
TOBCOU^^.B.C*
 "(Pi&de of Lading.)
Report N»p.j
16S0
Entry No._^„g.^4	
Entry and List of Arties of domestic production and of Foreign Articles, which are not subject
to Export, Customs or Excise Duties, delivered by ^^M §^S P.?...
(Address of Owner or Agent)
China
to	
viaSll
5:I1Q}A815§	
(Name of Railway or Vessel, &te.j
Direct
for exportation to
(Country of Final or Ultimate Destination)
N.B. (1)—(State if shipped via United States Port or direct from Canadian Port)
Address of Consignee and
Marks on Packages
Number of
Packages
ARTICLES
Describe the articles fully as, canned pork, printed
cotton cloth, printing presses, apples, oats,
Wheat, etc.  General terms, such as
meats, dry goods, machinery,
prints, etc., will not
be accepted.
Quantity
State number
or pounds,
tons, gallons,
yards, etc.
Value at Time and Place
op Shipment
Domestic products, including
imported goods
remanufactured
in Canada
Foreign or imported products
in same
condition as
imported
Y.M.
.1Q0
boxes Pry Salt Herring
240,000 Mopo*00
STAMP  OF  PORT OF  EXIT.
^7^7 f3ly\3^y     773^^3 )
£o
I W<J t^u733^c}
(Owner , Shipper or Consignor ) hereby certify that the above is a full
and true statement of the kinds, quantities, values and destination of all
the articles delivered by me for exportation as aforesaid.
Signed by
Residence
Ls^t^^n    ^^^^TTTT^y ^
Sy,
,393
Date
KP See Regulations on the other side *
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No. tom B.
MEMORANDUM
DEPARTMENT OF CUSTOMS, CANADA
Ottawa, 80th June, 1916.
To Collectors of Customs,
Agents of Eailway and Steamship Lines and Others Concerned:—
CUSTOMS EXPORT ENTRIES
The special attention of Eailway Companies and other carriers of goods is directed to the
following provisions of the regulations as to Export Entries, in force 1st July, 1900, particularly as to an Export Entry (on Form B. 13) in duplicate accompanying the Way Bill of all
goods laden at an inland port or place when consigned as for exportation from Canada.
REGULATIONS   RESPECTING   CUSTOMS   ENTBIES   AND   STATISTICAL" RETURNS   0# 'GO^D^X^y^X
EXPORTED PROM CANADA IN FORCE AND EFFECT ON AND AFTER 1st JULY, 1900.
1. Export entries in duplicate for statistical purposes shall be delivered to the Collector
of Customs at the last Port in Canada through which goods for exportation pass outwards for
places beyond the limits of Canada when exported by land, and at the port where laden on the
exporting ship if the goods be exported by water, each such port being herein designated as
11 the port of exit from Canada.;;
Summary of Customs Eegulations respecting Export Entries of goods, required to be observed
by shippers and Eailway Carriers in Canada, when goods are laden at Inland Eailway
stations and sidings and consigned for exportation from Canada.
Note particularly that an Export Entry (on Form B. 13) in duplicate, is required for
Customs Statistical purposes to be forwarded along with the way bill from the place of lading,
in all cases when goods are laden at an inland port or place in Canada and consigned as for
exportation from Canada.
2. The Export Entry may be signed by the shipper or his agent (who may also be the
Bail way Agent) in the presence of a witness, and is not required to be attested to.
3. Goods for exportation are classed in the Export Entry form as "Domestic Articles"
or "Foreign Articles." Goods exported from a Customs Bonded Warehouse are to be reported
on the same form (B. 13) but under the heading "Foreign Articles."
Goods exported from an Excise Warehouse are to be reported also on the same form (B. 13)
but under the heading \' Domestic Articles.'\
Export Entries from Customs or Excise Bonded Warehouse as aforesaid are to be marked
at the top as "Ex-Warehouse for Statistics."
4. Export Entries are required for Coin or Bullion exported, „as in the case of other
exports.
5. Eemember that the Export Entries in duplicate for statistical purposes as above stated
and as ordered by the Governor in Council are to be delivered by the carrier of the goods to the
Collector of Customs at the port of exit from Canada (being the last port in Canada through
which the goods for exportation pass outwards for places beyond the limits of Canada when
exported by land); and that it is most important to have the Export Entries furnished and
firmly attached to the way bill from inland places in order to avoid the necessity for detention
and side-tracking of the goods at the frontier until Export Entries therefor are obtained and
delivered to the Canadian Customs Officer.
6. When goods for exportation arrive at the frontier unaccompanied by Export Entries
from inland stations, the Collector of Customs is to report the facts to the Commissioner of
Customs and state particularly the place of lading in order that the neglect to forward Export
Entries may be traced to the proper railway agent, and that the manager of the Eailway may
be notified through the Department of Customs of such irregularity and neglect.
7. The country of ultimate destination to which the goods are destined for a market is
to be stated in the Export Entry as the country to which Exported, and this rule is to be
strictly observed and particularly as to exports of the forest, and of Animals and of Dairy
and other Agricultural produce shipped via the United States, as articles may be carelessly
declared by shippers as for exportation to the United States when in fact the ultimate destination of the shipment is to Great Britain or some other country beyond the United States, the
transit through United States being merely an incident in the course of the exportation to the
ultimate market beyond.
Note Particularly:—
That a separate Export Entry in duplicate should be delivered for each shipment, showing
the name of the shipper and consignee respectively in each case. ,    I
A "general" entry is not acceptable, in which the shipments of several shippers to the
same consignee are "bulked" together without specifying the particulars of each shipment and
the name of the shipper in each instance.
Note also, when drawback of Customs duty is claimed, that a third copy of Export Entry,
marked "subject to drawback," should accompany the goods to the frontier port of exit.
Commissioner'of Customs.
Penalty for neglect to deliver Export Entry, $400.
NOTE A.—Customs Officers are instructed to specially direct the attention of Shippers
or their Agents in the execution of Export Entries (Form B. 13) that a separate Export Entry
(Form B. 13) executed in duplicate is required to be made for each shipment less than a carload lot, also that Export Entries in duplicate are required to be executed for each car used iit
comprising a total consignment or shipment. Also that great care is required to be exercised
by the shipper or his Agent in giving the correct quantities and values on such Export Entries.
1 Telephone Sey. 313
Cable Address "Wingsang1" Vancouver.
P. O. Box 15
A. B. C. 5th. Editio
WING SANG CO.
%xiMxs1%tb  ISS0
WHOLESALE    MERCHANTS,    GENERAL    AGENTS,
IMPORTERS    &    EXPORTERS
51   PENDER  STREET   EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C ...??f...l^B|.
)A. B. C. 5th. Edition
A. B. C. 5th. Edition Improved
Bentley's
-192J
a
-American Mall I*lne,
402 Pender St*f #*,
Vancouver, B.C*
Gentlemen:-
li beg to enelos© herewith our shipping instructions
for the undermentioned goods to "be shipped Xy your Steamer sailing
from Vancouver, B.C. Pee 10th X928»
Kindly make out Bills Of Lading In accordance with the
following particulars.
Y.K.
800 boxes
Salted Herring
Steamer
Mark
He ef packages
Description
Shipper
Consignee
W*«*»«P  """-~->**a*  **WVJ
Sam Wo Hing & C**, SI %ueem St#t
Destination
Hong Kong
®x Lighter
8»8**SOT4il*'
He ef copies
B/L required
10 copies
Tours tru3yt
Wing Sang Co*,
JMpJt *^rtft***pSt • • « •*#  t—w/ |||^£ Telephone Sey. 313
Gable Address "Wingsang" Vancouver.
#
o
WING SANG CO.
ItefethltffJgjtfr  IBBS
WHOLESALE    MERCHANTS,    GENERAL    AGENTS,
IMPORTERS    &    EXPORTERS
51   PENDER  STREET   EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C M^.JOth
P. O. Box 15
A. B. C. 5th. Edition
A. B. C, 5th. Edition Improved
Bentley's
192.
Dingwall Cotts & Co.,
325 Howe St..
Vancouver, 1.0»
Gentlemen:-
We beg to enclose herewith oufc shipping instructions
for the undermentioned goods to be shipped tsgr your Steamer sailing
from Seattle, Wash*, Dee nth 1928.
Kindly make out Mils ef Lading In accordance with the
following particulars.
Steamer
Mark
Ho of packages
Description
Shipper
Consignee
Destination
J& Lighter
Ho ef eopies
b/l required
*Blntang *
fl. M .
800 boxes
Salted Herring
Wing Sang Co.,
8am Wo ling & Co., 21 %ueen St.,
Hong Kong
S.S.Bervin
10 ooplei
yours truly,
Wing Sang Co.K
... •. * #
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O. °
A^iiaiisicLAjr l1^) Mmii JiKsm
ESTA BLI SH ED   ,
VLADIVOSTOK
DAI REN
TIENTSIN
OW                                     SEATTLE
GHAI                            NEWYORK
KONG                            BOSTON
DN                                  PHILADELPHIA
A                                      DETROIT
PORE                         CHICAGO
PORTLAND, ORE.
SAN   FRANCISCO
LOS ANGELES
VICTORIA, B. C.
VANCOUVER, B.C .
CODE   ADDRESS-MAILINE
codes:
UNIVERSAL TRADE-BENTLEY'S
Vane cuver,   B •  C.,
Octo
ber  6til 1928
Messrs, Wing Sang & Co.,
51 Pender St. Bast,
Vancouver, B# 0.
Gentlemen:
We enclose herewith three
copies of Contract V-1044, covering 800 boxes
Dry Salt Herring, for shipment to Hongkong on
SS "Stuart" Voy. 23W.
Kindly sign and return tm copies
of Contract to this office.
Very t&uly yours,
.AMERICAN MAIL LINE,
G-. F._Wale
/O M
Form A. M. L. 276
10.12.1927—20M
AMERICAN MAIL LHpfE C
DOLLAR STEAMSHIP LINE
FRE1^^^^3AGEMENT
COVERING INDEPENDENT SERVICES OF DOLLAR STEAMSHIP LINE AND AMERICAN MAIL LINE
NO.J
.192...
m
f|||pfiis is to confirm reservation*of space for your account in the vessel o^^essels (includirfeyessels chartered or hired for
the purpose of the Line.^ir^workmg by arrangement or in conjunction therewith) designated belo^^for the cargo described
herein, subject to all the conicH|pms hereinafter sta«(|£g4
commodity ... S.O.CL.-B-X S 0.RY SA LI HE-fflKl-N G  SpAND A RD3EB1.Z E^affi^:BXS...|BB
QUANfiTY (Weigh?^^^^^^^^^200-^%Tons of....^20O0- Pounds
I^^Ki^LENT (Measu^i^^%l^^^Mv^l60fe^^ns of----ipPilRS>  .Cubic Feet
POINjfePbF ORIGIN VANG.OUy£:i^^^^RCVia:3^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
suPi^lf^^^ ^%.A@QV£ -^^^^^^^^^^^^^fe^^S^^^^^^^^^^^^
port OFjJsQgtQlNG J®JiC'0U¥ £ R «^I E RfcU N A L -436SiC0f^^^S^^^^^^S^^
DESTINATION'S   HONSKONG      ^ii^^^^^A:^^ ^S    /or        ^^ft     nd-Jlli
VESS^^^^AME....O.^.yAf^^^^^^^;' ■Yi^;,.-0.!2. .Vj^^[i^^aTOlrt^;i^fe^/lE^|«cted to leave abou1~J~.S> r-
^^^^^P'S NAME   -T^^^^^^S- -       ■ -l^|."Voy- ■-*g&£$^ ..Loading abj^^^^;. Expected-|&jeave aboi^^^^^^l
Shippej^bo enquire and have loading date confirmed befo^delivering cargo to loading berth.
l^-.bCEAN rate of $6 50 PER T-QU CE~.U-.^C..U E.T.,.'"^^^^^^^^5^p^^
(Does not include Heavy  Lftfkpr  Long  Length  Penalties  unless  specifically  mentioned)
FREIGHT^HARGES^^fe... p..RE-PA-|-D'i^pS
I. Delivery at port o£|jig)ment to be made to vessel as is customary in the particular trad|pl|_
^^^:.This resefc^tion is contingent upon the safe arrival of vessel in loading port in safi^xsonclition to load cargo.
3. Carrier at its option may ship the cargo by any other vessel equivalent in clasli|£ation, either steam or motor.
4. Optional destinations to be declared 10 days prior to the first dei$i||ed loading date.
5. Up|p the cargo being lottggp^on the vessel$Jgte engagement is accomplished, null and void, and immediately upp^ssuance
of carrier's bill o£||_Sling all terms and conditions of said bill of ladirig^ili then control.
5<i|!fe'..The carrier shall not be liable for any failure in -;^^^^rmance of this engagement, arising from strikes, riots, lockouts,
stoppage of labor, accidents to steamers, or from any other cause whatsoever beyond its cott^a6T, or by reason of government
action; nor shall carrier^^for discontinuing or curfplttng its service, if at any tiBiein the judgmelffijrof the carrier or its
authorized agents, conditions#|||_var, eitu^actual or threatened, make it u^^f^^^imprudent for vessels owned, chartered or
operated by Jjfto sail on their intended voyages.
^^CTa^Ja^^^Spf^ reason of the foregoing, is unajj||^Jfe§insport the shipment hereirifiler, carrier shall notejferejfiired but
shall have thi^tion to^^^^ne via another line. If carrierptects to clear shij^i^^a anothejjine, this engagement shall
remaiijf^ effect in all other respee&^p 1111111 ^8|1
S&^No responsibility o^|gpcount of logs in booms, or logs, lumber, shingles, pulp, etc., or other cargo, on scow, or other craft
alongside ship will be assumed by the shij|i|r its agent until after such cargo has been lifted from^pboom or scow, regardless
of whether or not ship has put out lines for tft|||irpose of securing such boom, s^^^Sk^^^^
9. Lumber and/or logs may be carried on or under deck at carrier's ■■'^^$^^nc^3si^^^7;.:l.   B.   (Pacific   Lumber   Inspection
Bureau^^^l^Ljtiates to be furnished carrier before, i^uance of bill o^^ding.
^i'ljfl^ Vessel tipfoad and discharge only where she can safely lie<lff|bat at all times at any dra^.-^
II. Carrier will not be obligated to transport if goods do not|&rrive in due time for loa^aM^^
^fSsfifc^ shipper cancels or fails to ship by said steamer or substitute^thout the written consent of th$|ferier, shf|||er shall
be responsible to cjjlpfei* for loss of revenue to v^^el, unle$!_£j_uch f ailur^-1^^^ to force Majeure.
13. Shipper to advise railway comjgjjSty of this engagement number, -^^ilnstructions that same be inserted in Rail bill of IaS|^
14. Vessel reserves the righMjj^work day and/or night including Sundays/^d Holidays.
iflllr It is exPressly agreed between the parties hereto that irrespective of tS^yessel or vessels hereinbefore mentioned, carrier
3m£pat his option barge _^g^^teifti^fe goods shipped hereunder within and/or betweeitJpe Harbors of Puget Sound, incltiarag
Victoria, B. C., and Vancouver, B. _;jPptand/or adjacej^waters. ^^^
16. All endorsements on the face of this engageni^p- written in fr&gr by rubber stamp are to be cg&Jsidered part dfift^J
contract.
-    17. C^tier assumes no responsibility for demurrage on cars held at port of shipment while awaiting arrival of vessel.
18. "Carrier" when used in this freight engagement shall mean the owner orjftharterer of th^i^ssel involved.
19. ^^;.engagement i&^t.transferable, and is subject to all the terms and condiMns of standard bill of ladiijiljas thoughV^irc|
same were fully written herein, to be issued by the Steamship Company in respect of each of the Shipments tiiat shall ba mad%» m
pursuant hereto. C pp j?        *T      f '        ~ "      ' 'h 9 |   JDN    OF    C'ONTB
REMARKS p±3Q a. P£3T CU   7 3 £ 3T 3.''P ri Z / i >r: !''\ 'V ':'- DTA^BH J PMEN.I.S^EA>
Thiols writteMn ooplicate, and wnen original is signed by shipper and returned to carrier by first ni^£^feS&^ a binding contract which shalLio^t be subjm&i&Q cancellation or alteration, except by written rajafcal consent.
mJmAMr Br    c
AMERICAN MAIL LINE, (TOR ITSELF OR AS AGENTS^FOR THE ABOVE)
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Copy to  -JSS^
(Made ^^0^
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SHIPPERS.
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ATKINS, LOWALIMlS^D
1001 Dominion Bank Building
VANCOUVER, B.C.
SHIPPING INSTRUCTIONS
■°  Messrs Arden Salt Company
San Francisco* Cal#
Ex Contract No..
PIT I
Date    Hcvember 26th
1928
Commodity Half around salt in I25# bags.
Quantity 200 tons
Ship For Account of Messrs Wing Sang-Co*
Per Steamer Admiral Line
Loading Date H#vember 29th
H San FrancItae ||p|
For Steamer's Discharge at      Vancouver in transit to Cheminus
Documents ^ Air mil to Vancouver
Rate of Freight A*f arranged with Admiral M»«Per ton> payment on discharge.
#3#00 delivered on dock* ^JS 3
Remarks
Aihipment- confirmed by wire 27/11/20
I
Copy to
Messrs Wing Bang Co*
51 <P&n<ier St K«
City.
If not in accordance with your instructions,
please notify us promptly.
333332S77 m
ORIGINAL
TO  BE  RETAINED  FOR  SHIP'S  USE
NOT  NEGOTIABLE
IST/IMIAN   STEAMSHIP \>NES
No..
I j   Vancouver, B.C. 3. \ 192
To The Chief Officer:                                                                                                                                                  J^xS/f
Please receive on board the SS. §f m J|X M for.    	
From Messrs I	
the undermentioned cargo, in good order, except as noted. Remarks • f\..
MARKS  AND   NUMBERS
PACKAGES
DESCRIPTION
MEASUREM'T
Ex-
Dock—
Hatch—
r>k
Isthmian Steamship Lines
B. W. GREER  &  SON   LTD., AGENTS
Both Weight and Cubic Measurement shall be expressly shown. ^-^/^-l
Co-   mm
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(A%-^^^^€
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DUPLICATE—For Packer
o
No //..
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected...^^...^U*W-
...Jtfofcg*...TSJfMf^^^k^.$£, boxes of dry salted herring
(Quantity to ot written in Full)
marked....J... jATf.f. which were cured and packed
by -^StJ^ '^mk^SkJ& &	
3/ S jg xTf"*- ■ X    _£
at K.. -J^^t^t^t^----.^^^^^^	
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes..
Date of lnspeciion..3.7G{j!33.../.^ .££..
Place of Inspection..%3/^^^mg^..&
/      Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing Ct
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DUPLICATE—For Packer
No.JA.
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING    .
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
y
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected...5<g.V...£frf^cc^.
$47^^  boxes of dry salted herring
(Quantity to be written in full)   £      j[
marked../...xTTff.. z:. which were cured and packed
by yMc^xi .-mMsf^fM
at /.../. ■S7^^&,4Mx^$^...
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes..
Date of Inspection...^^../^..3^.e
Place of Inspection.7%l^4^i^yiy3-
192$:.
^Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing 0 3ft
DUPLICATE—For Packer
No..
£* D 0
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
Act)
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THKIS TO CERTIFY thaj I hyajpsogcted
 fy....:.       3y. y..fi3yj... boxes of dry salted herring
Zantkyto be written in full)             17       /
...... s^7 which were cured and packed
J * m^m^^^^^^^^S^
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes..
Date of Inspection W.gStfJ......J\...£..'. 192^.... m
Place of Inspection.....^,..^^
f Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing m
o
DUPLICATE—For Packer
0
No.
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
5i>S
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
7? A
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected L$.(?.&....
C.'M:...W^..#^   ...boxes of dry salted herring-
\jt> (Quantity to be written in full)
marked....*..*.../TV.!~v, which were cured and packed
stllpp
at.73. j I
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes..
n
J3r7f'4,fUX-   WJ3jkfrM
Date of Inspection...13....z7./.. €^37y. *■ 192
^[Sd^T  j&J}*
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Place of Inspection..
3h:A£^:9xS.
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J' Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing
f*"* 1
KINS, LOW, LIMITED
1001 Dominion Bank Building
VANCOUVER, B.C.
SHIPPING  INSTRUCTIONS
To
Messrs Ardss Salt Company
Ban Francisco #Cal#
Ex Co nt nipt No..
2»-:-
Date
Jra${B*fe-X926
Commodity Half Grotind Salt in I26# b#g*
Quantity 2?we &i*i*dred tons
Ship For Account of        Messrs Wing Bang Go
Per Steamer AifadpA Hobs*
Loading Date
November 22nd
At                               Ban Francisco. S^B^
For Steamer's Discharge at      VmmmweT in transit to Che^i|^s# B#C#
Documents                 By Mr imil to Vancouver f^fe
Rate of Freight        #3#00 delivered to plan* Per ton» payment on discharge.
Remarks
Confiriaation of wire sent you this date and 'fBl
your oonfirraation of same* §P£I   1111
Copy to
Messrs Wing Sang Co#
51 ?*ader St B«
City*
If not in accordance with your instructions,
please notify us promptly. f
Form No. 146 10-25   The Clarke & Stuart Co,
1 Ltd\->ii
Ancouver, B. C.
Export Entry B-13.
Vancouver BO
(Mace'of"'LadSagi)
EXPORT   ENTRY
Report No-
Entry No.,.
I 536
Entry and List of Articles of domestic production and of Foreign Articles, which are not subject
eredby Wing§JS]
for exportation to
to Export, Customs or Excise Duties, delivered by       WlSjg....'.?ang Oo #	
(Address of Owner or Agent)
to 1  .    SS Pro teal la na	
(Name of Railway or Vessel, &c.)
China	
(Country of Finalor Ultimate Destination)
viaM^..
.4&*S.ot_
N.I?. (1)—(State if shipped via United States Port or direct from Canadian Port)
i
w
(Owner , Shipper or Consignor ) hereby certifo^hat the above is a full
and true statement of the kinds, quantities, values and destiaatipn of all
the articles delivered by me for exportation as aforesaid.
Signed by ^^^3    7^^-r <
Residence	
Jyf L^9 fh^^yC^r^^^ A3 <
Date ■»nflte.r....l2..JLfSfl.iK	
&T See Regulations on the other side 1
M
No. 2020 B.
MEMORANDUM
DEPARTMENT OF CUSTOMS, CANADA
Ottawa, 80th June, 1916.
To Collectors of Customs,
Agents of Eailway and Steamship Lines and Others Concerned:—-
CUSTOMS EXPORT ENTRIES
The special attention of Eailway Companies and other carriers of goods is directed to the
following provisions of the regulations as to Export Entries, in force 1st July, 1900, particularly as to an Export Entry (on Form B. 13) in duplicate accompanying the Way Bill of all
goods laden at an inland port or place when consigned as for exportation from Canada.
REGULATIONS  RESPECTING  CUSTOMS  ENTBIES  AND  STATISTICAL  RETURNS  OT  GOODS    '
EXPORTED PROM CANADA IN FORCE AND EFFECT ON AND AFTER 1st JULY, 1900.
1. Export entries in duplicate for statistical purposes shall be delivered to the Collector
of Customs at the last Port in Canada through which goods for exportation pass outwards for
places beyond the limits of Canada when exported by land, and at the port where laden on the
exporting ship if the goods be exported by water, each such port being herein designated as
' I the port of exit from Canada.''
Summary of Customs Eegulations respecting Export Entries of goods, required to be observed
by shippers and Eailway Carriers in Canada, when goods are laden at Inland Eailway
stations and sidings and consigned for exportation from Canada.
Note particularly that an Export Entry (on Form B. 13) in duplicate, is required for
Customs Statistical purposes to be forwarded along with the way bill from the place of lading,
in all cases when goods are laden at an inland port or place in Canada and consigned as for
exportation from Canada.
2. The Export Entry may be signed by the shipper or his agent (who may also be the
Eailway Agent) in the presence of a witness, and is not required to be attested to.
3. Goods for exportation are classed in the Export Entry form as "Domestic Articles"
or "Foreign Articles." Goods exported from a Customs Bonded Warehouse are to be reported
on the same form (B. 13) but under the heading "Foreign Articles."
Goods exported from an Excise Warehouse are to be reported also on the same form (B. 18)
but under the heading '! Domestic Articles. ['
Export Entries from Customs or Excise Bonded Warehouse as aforesaid are to be marked
at the top as f | Ex-Warehouse for Statistics.' I
4. Export Entries are required for Coin or Bullion exported, as in the ease of other
exports.
5. Eemember that the Export Entries in duplicate for statistical purposes as above stated
and as ordered by the Governor in Council are to be delivered by the carrier of the goods to the
Collector of Customs at the port of exit from Canada (being the last port in Canada through
which the goods for exportation pass outwards for places beyond the limits of Canada when
exported by land); and that it is most important to have the Export Entries furnished and
firmly attached to the way bill from inland places in order to avoid the necessity for detention
and side-tracking of the goods at the frontier,until Export Entries therefor are obtained and
delivered to the Canadian Customs Officer.
6. When goods for exportation arrive at the frontier unaccompanied by Export Entries
from inland stations, the Collector of Customs is to report the facts to the Commissioner of
Customs and state particularly the place of lading in order that the neglect to forward Export
Entries may be traced to the proper railway agent, and that the manager of the Eailway may
be notified through the Department of Customs of such irregularity and neglect.
7. The country of ultimate destination to which the goods are destined for a market is
to be stated in the Export Eritry as the country to which Exported, and this rule is to be
strictly observed and particularly as to exports of the forest, and of Animals and of Dairy
and other Agricultural produce shipped via the United States, as articles may be carelessly
declared by shippers as for exportation to the United States when in fact the ultimate' destination of the shipment is to Great Britain or some other country beyond the United States, the
transit through United States being merely an incident in the course of the exportation to the
ultimate market beyond.
Note Particularly:—
That a separate Export Entry in duplicate should be delivered for each shipment, showing
the name of the shipper and consignee respectively in each case.
A "general'' entry is not acceptable, in which the shipments of several shippers to the
same consignee are '' bulked'' together without specifying the particulars of each shipment and
the name of the shipper in each instance.
Note also, when drawback of Customs duty is claimed, that a third copy of Export Entry,
marked "subject to drawback," should accompany the goods to the frontier port of exit.
Commissioner of Custom*.
Penalty for neglect to deliver Export Entry, $400.
NOTIl_-A.—Customs Officers are instructed to specially direct the attention of Shippers
or their Agents in the executionrof Export Entries (Form B. 13) that a separate Export Entry
(Form B. 13) executed in duplicate is required to be made for each shipment less than a carload lot, also that Export Entries in duplicate are required to be executed for each car used in
comprising a total consignment or shipment. Also that great care is required to be exercised
by the shipper or his Agent in giving the correct quantities and values on such Export Entries.
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected 5..^....^..^.C^^
*^..t4^Jr~M..../..7..(L3&.4^^  boxes of dry salted herring
(Quantity to be written in full)
marked.
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 which were cured and packed
X<S*3t..$2.	
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for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes..
Date of Inspection.,t/..Y.
Place of Inspection.xtC?
.192 1
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Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing o
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected.... <£..$. $...../4^^
vf.. .(AmT^t: .. £lfe<i<f<04#&&£^C* boxes of dry salted herring
.    y     (Quantity to be written in full)
marked /..t..l.V|./..._>v^ which were cured and packed
m&$t£j£aM : m...	
at....(...J.r^*.i£^ gEgE	
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes..
Date of Inspection..hi3l.b7^.....^3AS... 192 $1..^ ^7   SI
Place of lnaptdion....'Z&./L^ *     ft (^
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Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing
JUT 0
DUPLICATE—For Packer
.$.£..&.
No.
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected...5...P...L.1^.$Z^
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.which were cured and packed
for shipment^and found the slid herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes..
of Inspection...f^.^...MJLm...y. 192%. ->   ^
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DUPLICATE—For Packer
No.
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
567
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
^JHIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected:... 5^ .0.   l<57£$3(Lx>
3737^ H.y,4^39^^ boxes of dry salted herring
■.  y   J       (Quantity to be written in full)
marked.;..J..*..r^l.t..>.. which were cured and packed
at..
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
.U.i&ka^fi^.^i :...£>.*$.	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes..
Date of InspectionjAy^fl....^.^.....*....*. iy&\	
Place of Inspection.T&k^ / g? VI
.192%.
Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing
S, <s DiiDwall Cotts & Com_pQiy
STEAMSHIP   AGENTS
FREIGHT   CONTRACT
Vancouver, B. C.,...2.1at....No.Ye.i»b.er*..192.8....19...
Contract No.    M m!&
Messrs.
Wing Sang Company,
51 Pender  Street East,
Vancouver. B.C.
Gentlemen:
We confirm booking for your account the following freight which you agree to ship and ship agrees to
transport on the following terms and conditions :—
Commodity and Quantity    400 B0xes Dried Salt Herring
Weighing about 75 tons °* 2,240lbs. and measuring about    85 tons of 40 cu. ft.
Loading at        Seattle. Wash.
Destined to       H0ngkong.    Asia
Clearance s#s.   HM0DJOKSRT0,, or substitute exacted  ready to sail about
17th February 1929
Rate of Freight     $8.50 per 40 cu.ft.   Prepaid
Shippers
Suppliers
Remarks
Based  on 8|- cu.ft.  Per Each Government Salt Herring Box
A refund  of $1.00 per measurement  ton*,  payable not before March
31,  1929 will be made to shipper?  as shown on bill of lading,
provided   such  shipper confines his/their entire  salt  fish shipments from or origination a t British Columbia Ports to Pacific
Westbound  Conference Lines, during the period September 1st
1928 to March 31st >1929»
The carrier does not assume the care, custody, control or safety of, and shall not be liable for the cargo until after it
is loaded on board the vessel, nor for demurrage, storage or any other charges that may accrue against shipment while awaiting
delivery to vessel. If shipper cancels or fails to ship by the said carrier or substitute without the written consent of the
carrier, shipper shall be responsible to carrier for loss of revenue to vessel.
If this contract is not accepted by the shipper and signed and returned to the carrier within three days from the date
shown hereon, carrier shall have the privilege of cancelling the reservation.
Subject to provisions of carrier's bill of lading form currently in use in connection with shipments to destination named above.
It is agreed carrier may substitute for any vessel named herein any other suitable vessel.
Shippers agree to pay deadfreight at above mentioned rate on all or any portion of said cargo not shipped in accordance
with the terms of this contract.
In the event of short shipment of aforesaid quantity of cargo or any part thereof, carrier is granted lien upon the cargo
shipped for deadfreight due on the quantity of cargo not shipped.
Please sign and return duplicate copy pr@mptly.
DINGWALL COTTS & COMPANY
ACCEPTED FOR/ XI ^ JAVA-^CJ^-^M™
Im7§3m7s7339j.. s|
^^■JB^fli >- £$■■ ugS.
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Timbers and/or Lumber over 40 feet in length not accepted under this engagement, except
if specialty arranged for herein. Vessels to have the privilege of carrying all or any portion of
lumber on deck, unless otherwise specified herein.' ^^^^^^^P
Cargo to be delivered when required by the vessel and beneath ship's tackle, according to
the custom of the port.
No responsibility on account of logs in booms, or logs, lumber, shingles, pulp or other cargo
on scows alongside ships in this harbour, will be assumed by the ship or its Agents, until after
such cargo-has been lifted from the boom or scow, Regardless of whether or not the ship has put
gi
out lines, for the purpose of securing such boom or scow. ||||j$ri
Ocean rate named herein applies from ship's tackle to ship's tackle only.
In accepting this contract shipper agrees to pay Vancouver terminal charges and cargo rates
according to tariffs current at time of shipment, and agrees to make-'payment therefor promptly
Upon-receipt of invoices.  . ^^^^S^^^B m%^^^^^^^ ^Sli
Prepaid freight to be considered earned/vessel'-and/or cargo lostor not-lost and to be payable
in cash on completion of loading at Steamship Agent^s office in exchange for Bills of "Lading.
In the case of lumber shipments shipper to produce P.LJ.B. or other approved certificates
of tally.and measurement when goods are £>resented for loading. A ■-..■A
DiAgwall Cotts & Company
STEAMSHIP   AGENTS
2
Contract No.   v J[.i.Qy.a
FREIGHT   CONTRACT
Vancouver, B. offS^^SSH^F^ 19-
Messrs. toS S&nZ0™^ny\+      I ,     1
51 Pender Street East,
Vane ouver. B#C.
Gentlemen:
We confirm booking for your account the following freight which you agree to ship and ship agrees to
transport on the follow