“Certificate of measure” includes a certificate of measure issued in compliance with
this part, and shall be prima facie evidence of the accuracy of the amount shown.
“Public measuremaster” means any person who performs public weighing.
“Public weighing” means the weighing, measuring, or counting, upon request, of vehicles,
property, produce, commodities, or articles other than those that the weigher or the
weigher's employer, if any, is either buying or selling.
“Vehicle” means any device in, upon, or by which any property, produce, commodity,
or article is or may be transported or drawn.
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