Title 46, Chapter 9, Section 110
(a) Whenever any person delivers property of any description to a
common carrier for transportation, the common carrier shall, upon
demand, furnish the delivering party a valid receipt which shall
specify the shipping marks and numbers thereon and the weight of the
property thus delivered, whenever the value can be estimated by
weight. In all cases where the value cannot be thus estimated, the
receipt shall give a general description of the property and shall
also specify as near as practicable the quantity or value thereof.
In addition, any such receipt shall designate the place of
destination of the property.
(b) Any agent or officer of any common carrier who violates this
Code section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.