Alaska Statutes.
Title 45. Trade and Commerce
Chapter 75. Weights and Measures Act
Section 288. Furnace and Stove Oil.
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AS 45.75.288. Furnace and Stove Oil.

Furnace and stove oil shall be sold by liquid measure or by net weight. When a delivery of liquid fuel is made in non-package form and in an amount greater than 10 gallons if the sale is by liquid measure, 100 pounds or greater if the sale is by weight, the purchaser shall receive from the vendor a delivery ticket or written statement that clearly states in ink or by means of other indelible marking equipment equal in clarity to type or printing

(1) the name and address of the vendor;

(2) the name and address of the purchaser;

(3) the identity of the type of fuel delivered;

(4) the price per gallon or per pound of the fuel delivered;

(5) if a sale is by liquid measure, the liquid volume of the delivery, together with any meter readings from which the liquid volume was computed, expressed in terms of the gallon and its binary or decimal subdivisions; and

(6) if a sale by weight, the net weight of the delivery, together with any weighing scale readings from which the net weight was computed, expressed in terms of tons or pounds avoirdupois.

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