Liability for other property
(1) The liability of the keeper of any inn or hotel, whether individual, partnership, or corporation, for loss or injury to personal property placed by guests under the care of the keeper, other than that described in ORS 699.010 (Limitation on innkeeper or hotelkeeper liability for valuables) and 699.020 (Safekeeping of baggage), shall be that of a depository for hire. However, in no case shall such liability exceed $150 for each trunk and its contents, $50 for each valise and its contents and $10 for each box, bundle or package and contents so placed under the care of the keeper, and $50 for all other miscellaneous effects, including wearing apparel and personal belongings, unless the keeper has consented in writing with the guest to assume a greater liability.
(2) If any person suffers baggage or property to remain in any inn or hotel after leaving it as a guest, and after the relation of innkeeper and guest between the guest and proprietor of the inn or hotel has ceased, or forwards baggage or property to the inn or hotel before becoming a guest thereof and the baggage or property received into the inn or hotel, the innkeeper or hotelkeeper, if the keeper holds such baggage or property, shall hold it solely at the risk of such person.
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