452. Transfer of property by bill of lading.

Where goods for which a bill of lading1 has been signed have been shipped, the property in the goods may, so long as the voyage continues, be transferred by a transfer of the bill of lading, made according to its tenor2, and with the intention of passing the property in the goods3. The transfer may, however, be made with the intention of passing the property conditionally, or for a specific purpose only, and not for the purpose of passing the property outright in the goods, as where the bill of lading is transmitted with a bill of exchange drawn