Paper bags or sacks used or intended to be used in the sale of coke, charcoal or kindling
wood by measure shall be not less than twenty-five inches in height, not less than
thirteen and one half inches in width, and the bottoms shall not be less than four
and three quarters inches wide. They shall be filled to a point not more than six inches from the upper end. Bags of unpacked kindling wood or of coke or charcoal sold or offered for sale by
measure shall contain, and shall be sold as containing, one half bushel, Massachusetts
standard dry measure. Bags and sacks shall be plainly marked with the name and business address of the
person putting up the same, and the words “one half bushel” in bold, uncondensed,
capital letters at least one inch in height. Whoever himself or by his servant or agent or as the servant or agent of another
sells or offers for sale a paper bag or sack to be used in the sale of coke, charcoal
or kindling wood by measure which does not conform in every particular to the requirements
of this section shall be punished by a fine of not more than one hundred dollars.
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