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Chapter 411

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  411.323.  Nonterminal warehouseman to receive, inspect, weigh and grade grain — exceptions — may issue receipts for own grain, how. — 1.  Every public warehouseman, other than a terminal warehouseman, shall receive for storage or shipment, so far as the available capacity for public storage of the warehouse shall permit, all grain in a dry and suitable condition for storage tendered him in the usual course of business, the grain to be inspected, weighed, and graded by an individual, designated by the warehouseman, competent and qualified in performing these services except that:

  (1)  The owner and the warehouseman may agree upon a sample taken from the lot of grain to be offered for storage as being a true and representative sample.  This sample shall be sent to an official licensed inspector of the Missouri state grain warehouse division and the official licensed inspector who receives the sample shall grade it according to the official U.S.D.A.  grain standards and issue a certificate of grade which shall state the name of the owner, the warehouse at which it is stored and the official grade of the grain and the official grade shall be stated on the warehouse receipt.  The sample submitted to the licensed inspector shall be held by him for a period of at least ten days from its receipt and in case that either party of the transaction is dissatisfied with the grade assigned, he may have the right to reinspection and appeal upon request.  The fees for the inspection of the sample shall be paid by the warehouseman and added to the storage charges of the grain;

  (2)  The owner and the warehouseman may agree to the grade of the grain to be offered for storage and a warehouse receipt issued on the agreed grade;

  (3)  The owner or warehouseman may have an official weight, official inspection, and an official grade on the grain to be offered for storage if requested of the department, the expense thereof paid by the person requesting the service.

  2.  Any warehouseman desiring to issue warehouse receipts for his own grain in store may do so by complying with the regulations governing the methods as prescribed by the director.


(L. 1965 p. 606, A.L. 1997 H.B. 211)

Effective 4-02-97

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