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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1921 - Weights and measures
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Page 55 - Section 1. It shall be unlawful to sell, offer for sale or give away any scale or other weighing or measuring device until a scale or measuring device of the same manufacture, type and kind shall have been approved by the National Bureau of Standards in Washington, DC, and until a certificate of said approval shall have been filed with the state sealer of weights and measures in Augusta, which certificate shall state the name and manufacturer of said scale or other measuring device, the place where...
Page 183 - Whitten and moved that the rules be suspended and the secretary be instructed to cast the ballot of the society for Dr.
Page 90 - Counters and graduated scales and dials used on liquid-measuring devices to tally sales and deliveries to individual purchasers or to indicate the amount delivered when any portion of the cycle or stroke has been completed shall be of such size and style and shall be so located and disposed that they are clearly visible to and readable by, the customer from any position which he may reasonably be expected to assume. The graduations shall be of such character and arrangement that 'the major ones arc...
Page 96 - When a liquid-measuring device is provided with a graduated scale or dial this scale shall be riveted to its supports or otherwise permanently fixed in position; provided, however, that in the case of liquid-measuring devices of the gage-glass type, a sliding scale will be permitted when the displacement of such scale is, by suitable means, automatically prevented at all times when liquid is being discharged from the delivery outlet.
Page 49 - It shall be unlawful to sell, except for immediate consumption on the premises, liquid commodities in any other manner than by weight or liquid measure, or commodities not liquid in any other manner than by measure of length, by weight, or by numerical count...
Page 201 - Liquid-measuring devices shall have the following discharge capacities per stroke or cycle, and these only: One gallon; a multiple of the gallon; or a binary submultiple of the gallon that is, the quantity obtained by dividing the gallon by the number 2 or a power of the number 2: Provided, however, That a device may be constructed to...

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