70 Pa. Code § 37.2 - Scales and weighing devices

Current through Register Vol. 51, No. 40, October 2, 2021

(a) A weighing device used in the purchase of precious metals shall be positioned in such a manner that its indications may be accurately read and the weighing operation observed from a position which may be reasonably assumed by the buyer and seller. A verbal statement of the result of the weighing shall be made by the person operating the device and recorded on the dealer's record of transaction.
(b) The minimum graduation on the weighing device used for the purchase of precious metals shall not exceed .1 gram or .1 pennyweight for weighing devices whose capacities are 3,000 grams or 100 troy ounces and less. The minimum weight load permitted to be determined on a weighing device shall not be less than the equivalent of 25 times the smallest graduation on the weighing device.
(c) This section is subject to the Weights and Measures Act of 1965 (73 P. S. § § 1651-1692).

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70 Pa. Code § 37.2

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