Any person who receives unsolicited goods, wares or merchandise, offered for sale,
but not actually ordered or requested by him orally or in writing, shall be entitled
to consider such goods, wares or merchandise an unconditional gift, and he may use
or dispose of the same as he sees fit without obligation on his part to the sender.
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