The system of weights and measures in customary use in the United States and the metric system of weights and measures are jointly recognized, and one or the other of these systems shall be used for all commercial purposes in the state. The definitions of basic units of weight and measure, the tables of weight and measure, and weight and measure equivalents, as published by the National Bureau of Standards or its successor organization, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, govern weighing and measuring equipment and transaction in the state.
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