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Railway Law of the People's Republic of China (2)
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Article 22 Any shipped goods that are not claimed for thirty days as of
the date of issuing the notice of claim for the shipped goods, or that
the consignee has informed the railway transport enterprise in writing
of  refusing to accept shall be sold off by the railway transport 
enterprise  on condition that the enterprise has served the shipper a
notice about such and received no acknowledgement for thirty days as of
the date of receipt of the notice. The amount of money obtained from the
selling, if there is any left after deduction of storage charges  and
other deductible fees, shall be refunded to the shipper, or turned over
to the state treasury provided it is not refundable nor claimed by the 
shipper within one hundred and eighty days as of the date of disposal.
Any parcel not claimed for ninety days as of the date of issuing the
notice of claim for such goods by the railway transport enterprise
concerned and any luggage not claimed for ninety days as of its arrival
at destination may be disposed of by the said enterprise provided that
the latter has issued a public announcement thereupon and received no
claim for the said parcel or luggage ninety days after the issuance. The
amount of money obtained from the selling, if there is any left after
deduction of storage charges and other deductible fees, may be recovered
by the shipper, consignee or passenger concerned within one hundred and
eighty days as of the date of the selling, or shall be turned over to
the state treasury if no claim for recovery is received within the same
time limit.
Dangerous goods and articles the transport of which is restricted
according to relevant regulations shall be handed over to the public
security authority or department concerned for disposition and shall not
be sold off by the railway transport enterprise itself.
For articles which are not suitable for storage over a long period of
time, the deadline for their disposal may be shortened in accordance
with relevant provisions set down by the competent department in charge
of railways under the State Council.
Article 23 Passengers, shippers or consignees who are held responsible
for any loss of property of a railway transport enterprise shall be
liable to compensation for the loss.
Article 24 The State shall encourage industrial railways to take up also
public passenger and goods transport services on a commercial basis; the
State shall promote shared use of railway private sidings by related
units on the basis of agreed terms.
Any industrial railway which will take up also public passenger or goods
(or both) transport services on commercial basis shall report such to
and obtain approval from the people's government of the relevant
province, autonomous region or municipality directly under the Central
Government.
To any industrial railway undertaking commercial public passenger or
goods transport, the provisions governing railway transport enterprises
stipulated in this Law shall apply.
Article 25 Passenger fares and tariffs for goods, parcels and luggage
shall be worked out by the competent department in charge of railways
under the State Council and submitted by the latter to the State Council
for approval. The items and rates of miscellaneous charges for passenger
and goods transport on State railways shall be laid down by the
competent department in charge of railways under the State Council.
Tariffs applicable to specified operating lines, specified goods and
provisional operating lines of the State railways shall be worked out by
the competent department in charge of railways under the State Council
by agreement with the competent department in charge of prices under the
State Council.
Passenger fares, goods tariffs and the items and rates of miscellaneous
charges for passenger and goods transport on local railways shall be
laid  down by the competent department in charge of prices under the 
people's  government of the relevant province, autonomous  region or 
municipality directly under the Central Government in conjunction with 
the agency authorized by the competent department in charge of railways
under the State Council.
Passenger fares, goods tariffs and the items and rates of miscellaneous
charges for passenger and goods transport on industrial railways which
also run public passenger and goods transport on a commercial basis, and
the rates of charges for sharing the use of railway private sidings,
shall be laid down by the competent department in charge of prices under
the people's government of the relevant province, autonomous region or
municipality directly under the Central Government.
Article 26 Passenger fares, tariffs for goods, parcels and luggage, and
the items and rates of miscellaneous charges for passenger and goods
transport, must 

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