A bill broker who discounts bills for an acceptor and then rediscounts them with his bank may prove in the acceptor's bankruptcy for the amount paid to the bank, even though the broker has not indorsed the bills, but is liable to the bank by virtue of a general guarantee given to the bank in respect of all bills discounted with it1.
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