Whoever sells or offers leather for sale by measure shall cause the same to be measured
by a sworn measurer unless such leather has previously been measured by a sworn measurer
of a town in the commonwealth, or by some person lawfully appointed therefor in any
other state, or unless the measurement thereof has been expressly waived in writing
by the buyer and seller thereof. Whoever violates this section shall be punished by a fine of not less than ten nor
more than fifty dollars.
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