Alaska Statutes.
Title 45. Trade and Commerce
Chapter 75. Weights and Measures Act
Section 390. Definitions.
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AS 45.75.390. Definitions.

In this chapter,

(1) "barrel," when used in connection with fermented liquor, means a unit of 31 gallons;

(2) "commodity in package form" means a commodity put up or packaged in any manner in advance of sale in units suitable for wholesale or retail sale, but does not include an auxiliary shipping container enclosing packages that individually conform to the requirements of this chapter; an individual item or lot of a commodity not in package form, but on which there is marked a selling price based on an established price per unit of weight or of measure, is a commodity in package form;

(3) "consumer package" or "package of consumer commodity" means a commodity in package form that is customarily produced or distributed for sale through retail sales agencies or instrumentalities for consumption by individuals or use by individuals for the purposes of personal care or in the performance of services ordinarily rendered in or about the household or in connection with personal possessions;

(4) "cord," when used in connection with wood intended for fuel purposes, means the amount of wood that is contained in a space of 128 cubic feet when the wood is ranked and well stowed;

(5) "director" means the state director of weights and measures and "deputy director" means the deputy state director of weights and measures;

(6) "inspector" means a state inspector of weights and measures;

(7) "intrastate commerce" means commerce or trade that is begun, carried on, and completed wholly within the limits of the state;

(8) "nonconsumer package" or "package of nonconsumer commodity" means a commodity in package form other than a consumer package, and particularly a package designed solely for industrial or institutional use or for wholesale distribution only;

(9) "sealer" means a sealer of weights and measures and "deputy sealer" means a deputy sealer of weights and measures of a city;

(10) "sell" includes barter and exchange;

(11) "ton" means a unit of 2,000 pounds avoirdupois weight;

(12) "weight" in connection with a commodity means net weight; when a commodity is sold on the basis of weight, the net weight of the commodity shall be used, and all contracts concerning the commodity shall be so construed;

(13) "weight and measure" means every weight and measure, instrument and device for weighing and measuring, and every appliance and accessory associated with an instrument and device.

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