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Revised Statutes 1943, Vol. 4, Ch. 81, Art. 2–
"Nebraska Anti-Freeze Law”—Continued.
Sec. 81–2,191. Rules and regulations.
The Department of Agriculture and Inspection shall have authority to promulgate such rules and regulations as are necessary to promptly and effectively enforce the provisions of sections 81–2,186 to 81-2,197. (1947) Sec. 81-2,196. Penalty for violations.
If any person, partnership, corporation or association shall violate the provisions of sections 812,186 to 81-2,197, such person, partnership, corporation or association shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction thereof, shall be fined in any sum not less than fifty dollars and not exceeding five hundred dollars for each offense.  Revised Statutes 1943, Vol. 2, Ch. 28, Art. 12—
Hereafter, in this state it shall be unlawful for any person, firm, corporation or association, with intent to sell or in any way dispose of merchandise, secur
ities, service, or anything offered by such person, firm, corporation or association, directly or indirectly, to the public for sale or distribution, or with intent to increase the consumption thereof, or to induce the public in any manner to enter into any obligation relating thereto, or to acquire title thereto, or an interest therein, to make, publish, disseminate, circulate or place before the public, or cause, 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, containing any asser. tion, representation or statement of fact which is untrue, deceptive or misleading.  Sec. 28–1236. Penalty for violations.
Any person, firm, corporation or association violating the provisions of section 28–1235 shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction shall be fined in any sum not less than twentyfive dollars nor more than one hundred dollars, in the discretion of the court. 
Laws 1947, Ch. 78/Public Livestock Auction
Laws 1945, Ch. 169–Weights and Measures
Page Sec. 1 State standards
602 2 State and working standards to be com.
pared once a year; standards to be sealed 602 3 Safe-keeping of standards
602 4 Standard units of various weights and meas
602 5 Designation of weights and liquid measure 603 6 Flour, corn meal, hominy and hominy grits:
Standard weight containers; exceptions - 603 7 Standard weight of bread loaf
603 8 Butter and oleomargarine must be sold by
weight; size of prints; marking require.
603 9 Meat to be sold by weight
603 10 Capacity of milk bottles; marking requirements; exceptions
603 11 Fruit to be sold by weight or in standard containers
604 12 Standard cord of firewood; loose cord loads 604 13 Commodities in containers under federal regulations not violations
604 14 Packages or containers: Marking requirements; exceptions
604 15 Containers to be free of deception
604 16 False or short weight or measure unlawful 604 17 Penalties for violation of act; treble damages; prima facie evidence
604 17a Unavoidable leakage, shrinkage, etc., not a violation
604 District attorney to prosecute
604 19 State sealer of weights and measures; deputies
605 20 Same: Powers and duties
605 21 Same: Sealing
605 22 Same: Condemnation of faulty weights and
605 23 Duties of sealer imposed upon deputies
605 24 Hindering state sealer or inspectors; penalty 605 Sealer to render biennial report
605 26 Sealer may make rules and regulations 605 27 Terms “package" and "container" defined 605 28 Term "person" defined
606 Compiled Laws 1929, Vol. 3—Public Weighmasters Sec. 8307 Office created; bond; seal
606 8308 Weight certificates
606 8809 Records of public weighings
606 8310 State sealer to promulgate rules and regulate fees
606 8311 False weight certificate; penalty
606 8312 Request for false certificate; penalty 606 8313 Reweighing; procedure
606 8314 Net weight defined
607 8315 State sealer to appoint public weighmaster; teting of apparatus
607 8316 Person defined
607 8317 Penalty for violations
607 Compiled Laws 1929, Vol. 3—University of Nevada Sec. 7765 Public service division of the University of Nevada
607 7766 Same: Departments included
607 7767 Board of regents to appoint department heads
607 7768 Rules and regulations
607 7769 Words substituted
608 Compiled Laws 1929, Vol. 1-Cities Sec. 1106 Classification
608 1128 Powers of city council
Sec. 1 Definitions
608 2 License; bond
608 6 Revocation of license
608 8 Scales must be inspected
608 9 Rules and regulations; right of entry
608 10 Penalty for violations
608 Compiled Laws Supplement 1931–1941, Vol. 1—Stand
ard Containers for Agricultural Products Sec. 451 Enforcement; "agricultural products” defined
608 451.01 State quarantine officer to fix standards 609 451.02 Public notice of standards to be given 609 451.03 Cooperation with federal government 609
451.10 Use of unlawful container; penalty 609 Compiled Laws 1929, Vol. 1-Milk and Cream Sec. 2275 Method of weighing and testing regulated 609 2276 False tests unlawful; licensed testers required
609 2279 Rules and regulations for enforcement 609 2882 Glassware, measures, scales, etc.: Inspection;
glassware supplied at cost; sealing; testing;
609 2283 State's standard measure specified; Babcock
test for all cream sold; details of requisites 610 2284 Penalty for violations
610 Compiled Laws Supplement 1931–1941, Vol. 1—“Uni
form Narcotic Drug Act” Sec. 5091.10 Marking requirements
610 5091.19 Enforcement and cooperation
610 5091.20 Penalty for violations
Compiled Laws 1929, Vol. 3-Public Utilities
611 6112 Regulations for examining and testing; fees 611
6123 Weighing of railroad cars and freight 611 Compiled Laws Supplement 1931–1941, Vol. 2—"Ne
vada Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act" Sec. 6206.01 Definitions
611 6206.02 Prohibited acts
612 6206.03 Quarantine
612 6206.06 Food: When deemed misbranded
612 6206.08 Drugs: When deemed misbranded
612 6206.11 Cosmetics: When deemed misbranded 612 6206.13 Appointment of commissioner and agents for enforcement
613 6206.14 Rules and regulations
613 6206.17 Penalty for violations
613 Laws 1949, Ch. 303—Commercial Fertilizer Sec. 2 Definition
613 3 Marking requirements
613 7 Enforcement
613 12 Penalties for violations
Compiled Laws 1929, Vol. 5, Ch. 5—Misdemeanors
Page Sec. 9968 Punishment of gross misdemeanor when not fixed by statute
614 9969 Punishment of misdemeanor when not fixed by statute
614 9970 Penalty for misdemeanor by corporations when not fixed by statute
614 9972 Prohibited acts are misdemeanors
Compiled Laws 1929, Vol. 5, Ch. 24—False Weights and Measures
Page Sec. 10396 Buying or selling by false weight; penalty -- 614
10397 Misrepresentation of merchandise; penalty 614 Compiled Laws 1929, Vol. 5—False Advertising Sec. 10529 Unlawful acts
614 10530 Penalty for violations
Laws 1945, Ch. 169–Weights and Measures.
The weights and measures received from the United States under joint resolutions of Congress approved June 14, 1836, and July 27, 1866, and/or such new weights and measures as shall be received from the United States as standard weights and measures in addition thereto, and in renewal thereof, and/or such weights and measures in conformity therewith as shall be supplied by the state shall, when the same shall have been certified by the national bureau of standards, be the state standards of weights and measures.  Sec. 2. State and working standards to be compared once a year; standards to be sealed.
In addition to the state standards of weights and measures, provided for above, there shall be supplied by the state at least one complete set of copies of these, to be kept at all times in the office of the state sealer, and to be known as office standards; and such other weights, measures, and apparatus as may be found necessary to carry out the provisions of this act (Secs. 1–30], to be known as working standards. Such weights, measures, and apparatus shall be verified by the state sealer, or his deputy or inspectors, at his direction, upon their initial receipt, and at least once in each year thereafter, the office standards by direct comparison with the state standards, the working standards by comparison with the office standards. When found accurate upon these tests, the office and working standards shall be sealed by stamping on them the letters "NEV." and, in the case of working standards, the last two figures of the year, with seals which the state sealer shall have and keep for that purpose. The office or working standards shall be used in making all comparisons of weights, measures, and weighing or measuring devices submitted for test in the office of the state sealer, and the state standards shall be used only in verifying the office standards for scientific purposes.  Sec. 3. Safe-keeping of standards.
The state sealer of weights and measures shall take charge of the standards adopted by this act (Secs. 1–30] as the standards of the state, and cause them to be kept in a safe and suitable place in the office of the state sealer, from which they shall not be removed except for repairs or for certification,
and he shall take all other necessary precautions for their safe-keeping. He shall maintain the state standards in good order and shall submit them at least once in ten years to the national bureau of standards for certification.  Sec. 4. Standard units of various weights and measures.
Standard units of weights and measures in this state shall be:
a. The standard avoirdupois and troy weights are the units of weight from which all other weights are derived and ascertained.
b. The avoirdupois pound, which bears to the troy pound the ratio of seven thousand (7,000) to five thousand seven hundred and sixty (5,760), is divided into sixteen (16) equal parts, called avoirdupois ounces; the hundred weight consists of one hundred (100) avoirdupois pounds, and twentyhundred weight constitutes a ton. The avoirdupois ounce is divided into sixteen (16) equal parts called avoirdupois drams.
c. The troy ounce is equal to the twelfth part of the troy pound. The troy pennyweight is equal to the twentieth part of the troy ounce, and the troy grain is equal to the twenty-fourth part of the troy pennyweight.
d. The apothecary's pound is equal to the troy pound. The apothecary's ounce is equal to the twelfth part of the apothecary's pound. The apothecary's dram is equal to the one-eighth part of the apothecary's ounce. The scruple is equal to the one-third part of the apothecary's dram, and the grain is equal to one-twentieth of the scruple.
e. In all sales of coal, hay, and other commodities, usually sold by the ton or fractional parts thereof, the seller shall give to the purchaser full weight, at the rate of two thousand (2,000) pounds to the ton.
f. The standard gallon and its parts are the units of capacity for liquids, from which all other measures of liquids are derived and ascertained. The liquid quart is equal to the one-fourth part of the standard gallon. The pint is equal to the one-eighth part of the gallon. The gill is equal to the one-fourth part of the pint. The fluid ounce is equal to the one-sixteenth part of the pint. The fluid dram is equal to the eighth part of the fluid ounce, and the minim is equal to the sixtieth part of the fluid dram.
g. The barrel is equal to thirty-one and one-half (311/2) gallons. Two barrels constitute a hogshead. h. The standard half-bushel is the unit of capacity of substances other than liquids, from which all other measures of such substances are derived and ascertained. The peck, half-peck, quarter-peck, quart, and pint measures for measuring commodities other than liquid are derived from the halfbushel by successively dividing that measure by two.
i. Whenever wheat, rye, shelled Indian corn, barley, buckwheat, flaxseed, or oats are sold by the bushel, and no special agreement as to the weight or measurement is made by the parties, the bushel consists of sixty (60) pounds of wheat, of fifty-six (56) pounds of rye, of fifty-six (56) pounds of shelled Indian corn, of forty-eight (48) pounds of barley, of forty-eight (48) pounds of buckwheat, of fifty-six (56) pounds of flaxseed, and thirty-two (32) pounds of oats.
j. The standard yard is the unit or standard measure of length and surface from which all other measures of extension, whether lineal, superficial, or solid are derived and ascertained.
k. The yard is divided into three equal parts, called feet, and each foot into twelve equal parts, called inches. For measures of cloths and other commodities commonly sold by the yard it may be divided into halves, quarters, eighths, and sixteenths.
1. The rod, pole, or perch contains five and onehalf (512) yards, and the mile one thousand seven hundred and sixty (1,760) yards. The chain for measuring land is twenty-two (22) yards long, and divided into one hundred (100) equal parts, called links.
m. The acre for land measure shall be measured horizontally, and contains ten (10) square chains, and is equivalent in area to a rectangle sixteen (16) rods in length and ten (10) in breadth. Six hundred forty (640) acres constitute a square mile.  Sec. 5. Designation of weights and liquid measure.
Designation by weight shall be in terms of avoirdupois pounds and ounces and designation by liquid measure shall be in terms of the standard gallon, quarts, pints, or fluid ounces. In lieu thereof, these designations may be in terms of the metric system of weight or measure.  Sec. 6. Flour, corn meal, hominy and hominy grits: Standard weight containers; exceptions.
It shall be unlawful for any person to pack for sale, sell, offer, or expose for sale in this state any of the following commodities except in containers of net avoirdupois weights of two (2), five (5), ten (10), twenty-five (25), fifty (50), and one hundred (100) pounds, and multiples of one hundred (100) pounds: Wheat flour, self-rising wheat flour, phosphated wheat flour, bromated flour, enriched flour, enriched self-rising flour, enriched bromated flour, corn flour, corn meals, hominy, and
hominy grits; provided, however, that the provisions of this act shall not apply to (a) the retailing of flours, meals, hominy, and hominy grits direct to the consumer from bulk stock, or (b) the sale of flours and meals to commercial bakers or blenders or for export in containers of more than one hundred (100) pounds, or (c) flours, meals, hominy, and hominy grits packed in cartons, the net contents of which are less than five (5) pounds, or (d) the exchange of wheat for flour by mills grinding for toll.  Sec. 7. Standard weight of bread loaf.
The standard loaf of bread shall weigh one pound, avoirdupois weight. All bread manufactured, sold, or offered for sale, in the form of loaves, shall be one of the following standard weights and no other, namely, one pound, one-half pound, one and one-half pounds, or multiples of one pound, avoirdupois weight; provided, however, that reasonable variations in excess and deficiency, as determined by the state sealer, be allowed; and provided further, that the provisions of this section shall not apply to biscuits, buns, crackers, rolls, or to what is commonly known as “stale bread.”  Sec. 8. Butter and oleomargarine must be sold by weight;
size of prints; marking requirements.
It shall be unlawful for any person to sell, or offer to sell, any butter or renovated or processed butter or oleomargarine in any other manner than by weight. It shall be unlawful for any person to put up, pack, or keep for the purpose of sale, offer, or expose for sale, or sell any butter or renovated or process butter, or oleomargarine, in the form of prints, bricks, or rolls in any other than the following sizes, to wit, one-quarter pound, one-half pound, one pound, and one and one-half pounds, or multiples of one pound. Each print, brick, or roll shall bear a definite, plain, and conspicuous statement of its true net weight, on the principal label, where there be such a label, otherwise on the outside wrapper thereof; such statement shall be in gothic type not less than one-quarter inch square.  Sec. 9. Meat to be sold by weight.
It shall be unlawful to sell, or offer to sell, except for immediate consumption on the premises, any meat, meat products, or dressed poultry in any other manner than by weight.  Sec. 10. Capacity of milk bottles; marking requirements; exceptions.
Bottles used for the sale of milk or cream shall be of the capacity of one-half gallon, one quart, one pint, one-half pint, and one gill. Bottles used for the sale of milk or cream shall have clearly blown or otherwise permanently marked in the side of the bottle the capacity of the bottle, and in Laws 1945, Ch. 169–Weights and Measures-Con
tinued. the side or bottom of the bottle the name, initials, or trade mark of the manufacturer; provided, however, that certain bottle sizes not specified above, may, with the written approval of the state sealer, be used by restaurants for service of milk with meals.  Sec. 11. Fruit to be sold by weight or in standard containers.
It shall be unlawful to sell or offer to sell any berries or small fruits in any other manner than by weight, or in containers of the following capacities, when level full: One quart, one pint, or one-half pint, standard dry measure.  Sec. 12. Standard cord of firewood; loose cord loads.
A standard cord of firewood sold or offered for sale in this state shall be and contain one hundred and twenty-eight (128) cubic feet, well stowed and packed; provided, that nothing in this section shall prevent the selling or offering for sale of wood in loosely packed loads of one hundred and twentyeight (128) cubic feet where the average length of the separate pieces is less than eighteen (18) inches. Such loads shall be known as loose cord loads or standard loads. 
Sec. 13. Commodities in containers under federal regulations not violations.
The sale of any commodity in a container complying with any act of Congress or the opinions and regulations issued by the secretary of agriculture and appertaining to net weight or measure does not violate the provisions of this act (Secs. 1-30).  Sec. 14. Packages or containers: Marking requirements; exceptions.
It shall be unlawful for any person to put up any commodity or article of merchandise into a package or container, and sell or offer for sale in this state such commodity or article of merchandise in that form without having such package or container labeled in plain, intelligible English words and figures with a correct statement of the net weight, measure, or numerical count of its contents; provided, that nothing in this section shall prevent the putting up of commodities or articles of merchandise, which have been previously sold by net weight, measure, or numerical count, into packages or containers for the purpose of delivering or transporting such commodities or articles of merchandise; provided, nothing in this section shall apply to packages or containers in which soap in any form is sold or offered for sale.  Sec. 15. Containers to be free of deception.
No container wherein commodities are packed shall have a false bottom, false side walls, false lid
or covering, or be otherwise so constructed, wholly or partially, as to facilitate the perpetration of deception or fraud.  Sec. 16. False or short weight or measure unlawful.
It shall be unlawful for any person, in buying or selling any commodity or article of merchandise, to make or give false or short weight or measure, or to sell or offer for sale any commodity or article of merchandise less in weight or measure than he represents, or to use a weight, measure, balance, or measuring device that is false and does not conform to the authorized standard for determining the quantity of any commodity or article of merchandise, or to have a weight, measure, balance, or measuring device adjusted for the purpose of giving false or short weight or measure, or to use in buying or selling of any commodity or article of merchandise a computing scale or device indicating the weight and price of such commodity or article of merchandise upon which scale or device the graduations or indications are falsely or inaccurately placed, either as to weight or price.  Sec. 17. Penalties for violation of act; treble damages; prima
Any person who shall violate any of the provisions of this act (Secs. 1–30] shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof before the justice of the peace having jurisdiction of the offense, shall be fined in a sum not to exceed two hundred ($200) dollars, or by imprisonment in the county jail for not more than sixty (60) days, or by both such fine and imprisonment. He shall also be liable in damages to the party injured by his violation in treble the amount of the property wrongfully taken or not given, and twenty ($20) dollars in addition thereto, to be recovered in a court of competent jurisdiction. The selling and delivery of any commodity or article of merchandise shall be prima facie evidence of the representation on the part of the vendor than the quantity sold and delivered was the quantity bought by the vendee.  Sec. 17a. Unavoidable leakage, shrinkage, etc., not a viola
There shall be no violation under the act (Secs. 1-30), for any discrepancy between actual weight or volume at the time of sale to the consumer, and the weight marked on the container, or between the fill of the container and the capacity of the container, if such discrepancy is due to unavoidable leakage, shrinkage, evaporation, waste, or to causes beyond the control of the seller acting in good faith.  Sec. 18. District attorney to prosecute.
It shall be the duty of the district attorney to prosecute all violations of the provisions of this act (Secs. 1-30) occurring within his county.