warehouser. One who, as a business, keeps or stores the goods of another for a fee. • The transaction in which a warehouser engages is a bailment for the benefit of both parties, and the bailee is liable for ordinary negligence. — Also termed warehouseman. See BAILEE. [Cases: Warehousemen  3.C.J.S. Warehousemen and Safe De-positaries §§ 1–2.]
[Blacks Law 8th]