For the purposes of parts 1 through 5, proof of the existence of a weight or measure
or a weighing or measuring device in or about any building, enclosure, stand, or vehicle
in which or from which is shown that buying or selling is commonly carried on is,
in the absence of credible evidence to the contrary, presumptive proof of the regular
use of that weight or measure or weighing or measuring device for commercial purposes
and of the use by the person in charge of the building, enclosure, stand, or vehicle.
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