Goods do not come within the description of ordinary personal luggage unless they are for the passenger's personal use and are of a kind usually taken by a passenger while away from home1. Personal articles in the exclusive possession of the passenger, such as a watch, are not luggage2.
The amount of luggage to be carried without additional charge is commonly fixed by notice from the carrier or by express contract3.
Unless the passenger himself takes personal charge of his luggage, the liability of a carrier in respect of articles carried as passengers' luggage is that of a bailee, that is
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