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Statutes > New-york > Gct > Article-11 > 161

§ 161. Bills  of  lading;  penalty  for  altering.  A person guilty of  altering with intent to defraud, any original bill of lading  issued  by  the  person,  firm  or  corporation by whom the coal was loaded into the  vessel in which such coal is transported to any city  of  the  first  or  second  class,  in this state, or of uttering any such bill of lading so  altered, or who  is  guilty  of  making,  preparing  or  subscribing  or  uttering  a  false  or  fraudulent  manifest,  invoice or bill of lading  thereof, or removing any part of such cargo of coal without  having  the  amount  thereof certified to in writing on such original bill of lading,  by the person, firm or corporation receiving the coal so removed, and by  the captain of the  vessel  containing  such  cargo,  is  punishable  by  imprisonment  in a state prison, not exceeding three years, or by a fine  not exceeding one thousand dollars, or both, and  the  delivery  of  any  fraudulent  bill of lading to any purchaser of coal shall be presumptive  evidence of uttering the same with criminal intent.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-york > Gct > Article-11 > 161

§ 161. Bills  of  lading;  penalty  for  altering.  A person guilty of  altering with intent to defraud, any original bill of lading  issued  by  the  person,  firm  or  corporation by whom the coal was loaded into the  vessel in which such coal is transported to any city  of  the  first  or  second  class,  in this state, or of uttering any such bill of lading so  altered, or who  is  guilty  of  making,  preparing  or  subscribing  or  uttering  a  false  or  fraudulent  manifest,  invoice or bill of lading  thereof, or removing any part of such cargo of coal without  having  the  amount  thereof certified to in writing on such original bill of lading,  by the person, firm or corporation receiving the coal so removed, and by  the captain of the  vessel  containing  such  cargo,  is  punishable  by  imprisonment  in a state prison, not exceeding three years, or by a fine  not exceeding one thousand dollars, or both, and  the  delivery  of  any  fraudulent  bill of lading to any purchaser of coal shall be presumptive  evidence of uttering the same with criminal intent.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-york > Gct > Article-11 > 161

§ 161. Bills  of  lading;  penalty  for  altering.  A person guilty of  altering with intent to defraud, any original bill of lading  issued  by  the  person,  firm  or  corporation by whom the coal was loaded into the  vessel in which such coal is transported to any city  of  the  first  or  second  class,  in this state, or of uttering any such bill of lading so  altered, or who  is  guilty  of  making,  preparing  or  subscribing  or  uttering  a  false  or  fraudulent  manifest,  invoice or bill of lading  thereof, or removing any part of such cargo of coal without  having  the  amount  thereof certified to in writing on such original bill of lading,  by the person, firm or corporation receiving the coal so removed, and by  the captain of the  vessel  containing  such  cargo,  is  punishable  by  imprisonment  in a state prison, not exceeding three years, or by a fine  not exceeding one thousand dollars, or both, and  the  delivery  of  any  fraudulent  bill of lading to any purchaser of coal shall be presumptive  evidence of uttering the same with criminal intent.

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