BLANK INDORSEMENT. The indorsement of a bill of exchange or promissory note, by merely writing the name of the indorser*, without mentioning any person to whom the bill or note is to be paid; called “blank” because a blank or space is left over it for the name of the insertion of the indorsee**, or of any subsequent holder. Otherwise called an indorsement “in blank.” Black’s 1st. 2. He who indorses; i.e. being the payee or holder, writes his name on the back of a bill of exchange, etc.Black’s 1st. 3** indorsee. The person to whom a bill of exchange, promissory note, bill of lading, etc. is assigned by indorsement, giving him a right to sue thereon. Black’s 1st.