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lowed as provided in this act (Secs. 60–1501-60_ 1511] for the adoption of a rule.  Burns Statutes Annotated 1933, Vol. 11, Title 67, Ch.
Sec. 67–302. Scales; weighing.
The proprietor of each warehouse (tobacco warehouse shall provide, and continually keep in the same and in good order, scales of sufficient size and strength to weigh at least one  ton weight, which shall be tested once in every year, and oftener if necessary, by the standard weights and measures;
The said warehouse proprietors shall superintend the weighing of each hogshead of tobacco, and see that the empty cask is properly weighed, and that the proper number and weights, gross, tare, and net are marked on one  of the heads of the same.
Burns Statutes Annotated 1933, Vol. 11, Title 67, Ch.
6 Grain Warehousing. Sec. 67-602. Definitions.
As used in this act (Secs. 67–601—67–627), unless the context clearly evidences a contrary intention, the following terms shall be construed respectively:
(a) Commissioner. The state commissioner of weights and measures,1 division of public health, department of commerce and industry, state of Indiana.
(b) Board. Any local supervisory board of individual producers appointed by the commissioner of weights and measures under the provisions of this
(c) Sealer. Any person whose duty it shall be, under the provisions of this act, to inspect, measure and seal any granary, crib, bin or other receptacle for the storage of grain.
(d) Certificate. Any certificate or receipt evidencing the storage of grain under the provisions of this act and any rules or regulations promul. gated thereunder shall be considered to be used herein in the same connection as the word “receipt" is used in the Uniform Warehouse Receipts Act.
(e) Owner. Any person or persons (whether individuals, partners or copartners) who shall have title to and possession of any grain stored under the provisions of this act, and shall be construed to have been used herein in the same connection as the word "warehouseman" is used in the Uniform Warehouse Receipts Act. (1935)
1 Now Director, State Division of Weights and Measures; see Ed. note following Sec. 69–103, Sec. 67–603. Enforcement; rules and regulations.
The commissioner of weights and measures 1 is hereby authorized and it is hereby declared to be his duty to carry out the provisions of this act, (Secs. 67–601467–627] and to that end he is hereby authorized to:
(a) Make and promulgate such rules and regulations, not inconsistent herewith, as shall be necessary or desirable effectually to carry out the provisions hereof.
(b) Make such reasonable regulations with respect to the construction and maintenance of granaries, cribs, bins or other receptacles as may be necessary to protect the grain stored therein under the provisions of this act. 
Sec. 67–303. Records.
The proprietor shall keep a well-bound book of proper size, in which shall be entered the marks, numbers, gross, tare and net weights of each hogshead inspected and sold, together with the owner's name, the price sold for per one hundred  pounds and the amount each hogshead sold for; and, when requested to do so, shall collect and pay to the planters or sellers of tobacco the sum due them. He shall make account of sales for the planters or sellers, stating the number of hogsheads, gross, tare and net weights, and the price per (100) hundred pounds, and the sum each hogshead amounts to. (1857] Sec. 67-305. Bond; penalty.
The proprietor of each warehouse shall enter into bond, with good security, to be approved by the judge of the circuit court of the county, and kept on file in that court (provided the approval of the clerk of said court in vacation is authorized until the next session of that court), payable to the state of Indiana, in the sum of five thousand dollars ($5,000], conditioned well and truly to perform all the duties required of him by and to conform to all the provisions of this act (Secs. 67-30167–314). The party injured by any violation of said bond may sue thereon by civil suit, and recover, for his own benefit as in other cases, for any injury received. Any such proprietor who shall violate any condition of such bond or any provision of this act shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and, on conviction thereof, shall be fined in any sum not exceding one thousand dollars ($1,000).  Sec. 67–309. Marking of hogsheads. Hogsheads of tobacco
shall be branded with the gross, tare and net weight, (1852]
Sec. 67-611. Certificates.
Certificates shall be upon forms to be prepared and furnished by the commissioner 1 and every certificate must embody within its written or printed terms:
(a) The date and consecutive number thereof;
(b) A particular description of the granary, crib, bin or other receptacle in which the grain is stored and of the premises on which it is located;
(c) Such description of the grain as may be required by the regulations issued hereunder;
(d) The name of the owner or owners, whether ownership is sole, joint, or in trust, and in case of tenants, the date of the expiration of the lease; [1935)
Burns Statutes Annotated 1933, Vol. 11, Title 67, Ch.
6 Grain Warehousing Continued. such sealer so appointed shall have the same authority with respect to the provisions of this act (Secs. 67–601—67-627] and the rules and regulations promulgated thereunder and the enforcement thereof as any officer of the peace. (1935]
1 Now Director, State Division of Weights and Measures; see Ed. note following Sec. 69–103, page 303. Sec. 67-607. Bond and oath of sealers.
Each sealer shall furnish bond for the faithful performance of his duties in such amount as shall be determined by the commissioner, but in no event shall such bond be in an amount less than one thousand dollars ($1,000). The bonds and sureties thereon shall, in every class, be subject to approval of the commissioner and be deposited with him, and in case it is not a personal bond the premium thereon shall be paid by the commissioner out of the funds collected under this act (Secs. 67–601—67–627]. He shall also qualify by taking oath similar to that required of public officials. 
1 Now Director, State Division of Weights and Measures; see Ed. note following Sec. 69–103, Sec. 67-608. Sealer's duties.
It shall be the duty of the sealer, under the direction of the commissioner,1 to:
(a) Supervise the storage of grain;
(b) Ascertain the amount stored by each owner who shall desire to avail himself of the privileges of this act;
(c) Determine so far as possible upon the basis prescribed in the rules and regulations issued hereunder the exact grade and quantity thereof;
(d) Ascertain, prior to the issuance of any certificate, that the bin, crib, granary or other receptacle in which the grain is stored is satisfactory for the storage of such grain and that such receptacle conforms to the regulations applicable thereto promulgated by the commissioner.
He shall before delivering a certificate to the owner, ascertain that there are no other certificates outstanding upon the grain and shall seal the granary, crib, bin or other receptacle in which the grain is stored in the manner hereinafter provided, and thereafter to make periodic inspections of the granaries, cribs, bins or other receptacles so sealed at such times and in such maner as the commissioner may determine, but in no event less frequently than ninety (90] day intervals, rendering to the commissioner, with reference to each such subsequent inspection, and to the owner, when requested, a report or affidavit in such form as may be required in regard to the amount and condition of the grain under seal and the condition of the structure within which it is stored. (1935]
1 Now Director, State Division of Weights and Measures; see Ed. note following Sec. 69–103, page 303.
1 Now Director, State Division of Weights and Measures; see Ed. note following Sec. 69–103, page 303. Sec. 67–614. Issuance of certificates.
All certificates issued hereunder shall be issued in triplicate, two  copies of which shall be marked "Duplicate—No Value." The original and one  duplicate copy shall be delivered to the owner and the other duplicate copy shall be filed with the commissioner of weights and measures 1 or the local supervisory warehouse board for the county in which the grain is stored if any such board has been established hereunder. (1935)
1 Now Director, State Division of Weights and Measures; see Ed. note following Sec. 69–103, page 303. Sec. 67–616. Indexing by recorder.
When a duplicate is filed in the office of the recorder, he shall index the same in the chattel mortgage index or other suitable index book showing date of the certificate, the number thereof, to whom issued, kind, quantity, and location of the grain
The filing and indexing of such certif icate shall impart the same notice as the filing and indexing of a chattel mortgage. (1935) Sec. 67–621. Supervision fund.
For the purpose of defraying the expenses o supervision, the owner shall pay to the commis sioner 1 of [or] the local supervisory board of the county in which the grain is stored, if any, at th time of sealing, an amount determined by the rule and regulations issued hereunder, but in no even to exceed one cent [1¢] per bushel for grain in spected and sealed by the sealer. Out of the fund thus created, the compensation of the sealer as fixe by the commissioner shall be paid by him or by th board of the county in which the grain is stored subject to his approval. 
1 Now Director, State Division of Weights and Measures; se Ed. note following Sec. 69–103, page 303. Sec. 67-622. Sealer's fees.
In the exercise of his powers and functions as a officer of the peace in connection with the prov sions of this act [Secs. 67-601-67-627), the sealer shall be entitled to the same fees as are provided by law for the performance of similar duties by county sheriffs.  Sec. 67–624. False certificate; penalty.
An owner, the agent or servant of an owner, or any member of any board, or any sealer, who fraudulently issues or aids in fraudulently issuing a certificate for grain, knowing that it contains any false statement, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and, upon conviction thereof, shall be punished for each offense by imprisonment not exceeding one (1) year, or by a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars ($1,000), or by both.  Burns Statutes Annotated 1933, Vol. 4, Title 10, Ch.
21–False Advertising. Sec. 10–2110. Unlawful acts; penalty.
Any person, firm, corporation or association who, with intent to sell or in any manner dispose of merchandise, securities, service, or anything offered by such person, firm, corporation or association, directly or indirectly, to the public for sale or dis
tribution, or with intent to increase the consumption thereof, or to induce the public in any manner to enter into any obligation relating thereto or any interest therein, makes, publishes, disseminates, circulates, or places before the public, or causes, directly or indirectly, to be made, published, disseminated, circulated or placed before the public, in this state, in a newspaper or other publication, or in the form of a book, notice, handbill, poster, bill, circular, pamphlet or letter, or, in any other way, an advertisement of any sort regarding merchandise, securities, service or anything so offered to the public, which advertisement contains any assertion, representation or statement of fact which is untrue, deceptive or misleading, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall be liable to a fine of not less than ten dollars ($10.00] nor more than one hundred dollars ($100] for each offense: Provided, however, That the provisions of this act shall not apply to any owner, publisher, printer, agent or employee of a newspaper or other publication, periodical or circular who, in good faith, and, without knowledge of the falsity or deceptive character thereof, publishes, causes to be published, or takes part in the publication of, such advertisement. 
Page Sec. 215.3 When fee shall be paid by complainant 337
215.4 No more than two fees per year; exception. 337 215.5 Confiscation and condemnation
337 215.6 Possession of false weights or measures; pen. alty
337 215.7 Transactions by false weights or measures; penalty
337 215.8 Tolerances; exemptions as to small packages 337
215.9 Limitation on powers of cities and towns.-- 337 Laws 1949, Ch. 93—Weighing and Measuring Devices
bility of indications of retail scales; bond.
tanks; specifications and tolerances 338 Code 1946, Vol. I, Title XV, Ch. 368—Cities and
Code 1946, Vol. I, Title X, Ch. 210_Standard
Page Sec. 210.1 Standard established
332 210.2 Yard; rod; pole; perch; mile
332 210.3 Acre; square mile; chain
332 210.4 Pound; avoirdupois ounce; hundredweight; ton; troy ounce
333 210.5 Standard gallon and subdivisions; barrel; hogshead
333 210.6 Standard half-bushel and subdivisions 333 210.7 Bottomless measures
333 210.8 Dry commodities to be sold by weight or numerical count
333 210.9 Sale of drugs and section comb honey 333 210.10 Bushel weights
333 210.11 Sale of certain fruits and vegetables by dry
394 210.12 Sale of fruits and vegetables in climax baskets
334 210.13 Specifications for berry boxes and climax baskets
334 210.14 Specifications for hop boxes
334 210.15 Milk bottles
334 210.16 Standard weight of flour when sold in pack
334 210.17 Perch
334 210.18 Method of sale of commodities; packaged commodities
334 210.19 Bread: Standard weights
335 210.20 Same: Marking requirements
335 210.21 Same: Penalty
335 210.22 Same: Person defined
335 210.23 Same: Exemption
335 210.24 Same: Enforcement; rules and regulations.- 335 210.25 Same: Inspection by weighing
335 Code 1946, Vol. I, Title X, Ch. 212—Sales of Certain
Commodities from Bulk
335 212.2 Same: Delivery tickets
335 212.3 Same: Disposition of delivery tickets 335 212.4 Same: Sales without delivery
335 212.5 Sale of baled hay or straw
335 212.6 Weighing of loaded vehicles
336 Code 1946, Vol. I, Title X, Ch. 213—State and City
Sealers Sec. 213.1 State sealer
336 213.2 Custody and certification of standards 336 213.3 Testing of weights and measures upon request
336 213.4 Inspection of milk bottles
336 213.5 Appointment of city or town sealers
336 213.6 Duties of city or town sealers
336 213.7 Expenses regarding standards
336 Code 1946, Vol. I, Title X, Ch. 214–Public Scales and
Gasoline Pumps Sec. 214.1 Definitions
336 214.2 Licenses
336 214.3 License fees
336 214.4 Form of license
336 214.5 Display of license; removal
336 214.6 Oath of weighmasters
336 214.7 Weighmaster's records; certificates of weight 337
214.8 Penalty for violating sections 214.6 and 214.7 337 Code 1946, Vol. I, Title X, Ch. 215—Inspection of
Weights and Measures Sec. 215.1 Duty to inspect
337 215.2 Fees
Code 1946, Vol. I, Title X, Ch. 191–Labeling Foods
840 Code 1946, Vol. I, Title X, Ch. 192—Milk and Cream Sec. 192.14 Testing: license
340 192.16 Same: Department to furnish glassware 340 192.17 Same: Fees
340 192.18 Same: Testing of glassware
340 192.34 Marking of milk bottles
341 Code 1946, Vol. I, Title X, Ch. 196, Sec. 196.13—Eggs., 341 Code 1946, Vol. I, Title X, Ch. 198—Commercial
Feeds Sec. 198.1 Definitions
341 198.2 Marking requirements
341 198.3 Shells
341 198.5 Marking requirements for stock tonic
341 198.6 Labels may be written
341 Code 1946, Vol. I, Title X, Ch. 200—"Iowa Fertilizer
Law of 1941" Sec. 200.2 Enforcement
341 200.3 Definitions
341 200.4 Registration
341 200.7 Inspections
341 200.11 Offenses
342 200.12 Bulk sales