When a carrier exercises his lien, he must keep the goods safely for a reasonable time, at a place reasonably convenient for the owner to obtain possession of them on tender of payment1. While he so retains them, he does so in his own interests, and therefore, apart from agreement, he ordinarily has no right to charge the owner for warehousing the goods
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