§ 3.1-926. (Repealed effective October 1, 2008) The Board may adopt regulations
A. The Board may issue from time to time regulations for the enforcement of this chapter. These regulations may include (i) methods of sale of commodities, (ii) standards of net weight, measure, or count, and standards of fill, for any commodity in package form, (iii) standards concerning the sale and exchange of grains and other agriculture products, (iv) rules governing the technical and reporting procedures to be followed, and (v) the report and record forms and marks of approval and rejection to be used by inspectors and by sealers of weights and measures in the discharge of their official duties; however, the governing body of any city or county employing a sealer may provide for the technical and reporting procedures to be followed, and the report and record forms and marks of approval and rejection to be used by such sealer within such city or county, unless the Board, after a hearing and with notice to the governing body of the city or county involved, finds that such procedures and forms are inadequate to carry out the purposes of this chapter.
B. Regulations may also include (i) exemptions from the sealing or marking requirements of § 3.1-934 for weights and measures of such character or size that such sealing or marking would be inappropriate, impracticable, or damaging to the apparatus in question and (ii) exemptions from the requirements of § 3.1-928 for classes of weights and measures found to be of such character that annual retesting is unnecessary to continued accuracy, provided that such exemptions specify, in a schedule, the frequency of required retests for classes of devices so exempted.
C. Specifications, tolerances, and regulations for weights and measures of the character of those specified in § 3.1-928, designed to eliminate from use, without prejudice to apparatus that conforms as closely as practicable to the official standards, those that (i) are inaccurate; (ii) are, or are likely to be, faulty because their construction is such that their adjustments are insufficiently permanent or their indications will not repeat correctly; or (iii) facilitate the perpetration of fraud.
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