Measurements for the Household


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Side 12 - ... shall for a first offence be punished by a fine of not less than fifty nor more than two hundred dollars, for a second offence by a fine of not less than one hundred nor more than three hundred dollars and for a subsequent offence by a fine of fifty dollars and by imprisonment for not less than sixty nor more than ninety days.
Side 8 - The statement of the quantity of the contents shall be plain and conspicuous, shall not be a part of or obscured by any legend or design, and shall be so placed and in such characters as to be readily seen and clearly legible when the size of the package and the circumstances under which it is ordinarily examined by purchasers or consumers are taken into consideration.
Side 44 - Pacific sections, or by the meridians of longitude which are nominally the middle of the sections, namely, the seventy-fifth, ninetieth, one hundred and fifth, and one hundred and twentieth. Each section is thus theoretically 15 degrees of longitude in width, the section central about the seventy-fifth meridian extending from longitude 67° 30' to 82° 30', the ninetieth meridian section extending from 82° 30
Side 8 - Pharmacopeia or National Formulary for internal or external use, and any substance or mixture of substances intended to be used for the cure, mitigation, or prevention of disease of either man or other animals. The term
Side 34 - Two feet" inside^of the circle, is generally called the "testing circle" or "proving head," and is used principally in testing the meter. One revolution of the hand of the testing circle indicates that 2 cubic feet of gas have passed through the meter. In some meters one revolution of the hand of the testing circle represents more or less than 2 cubic feet of gas, and the testing circles are correspondingly marked.
Side 12 - ... nor more than two hundred dollars ; for a second offence, by a fine of not less than one hundred nor more than three...
Side 34 - ... lamp 20 hours, but if the lamps are of the same kind the cost will be about the same. Calculations of the cost of producing 1000 candle-hours by different lamps are sometimes useful in choosing between lamps, but, of course, it does not necessarily follow that the lamp for which this cost is lowest is most economical for household use.
Side 34 - Costs are based on the following prices: candles, 12 cents per pound; kerosene, 15 cents per gallon; gas, $1 per 1,000 cubic feet; electricity, 10 cents per kilowatt hour. The solid lines represent cost of fuel or of current, the shaded parts the cost of the mantles and bulbs. Where prices are different from those given above, costs will be correspondingly different.
Side 48 - Measure. 7.92 inches = 1 link (li.). 100 li. = 1 chain (ch.) = 66 feet. 80 ch. = 1 mile (mi.). The engineer's chain is 100 feet long and consists of 100 links. Square Measure. 144 square inches (sq. in) = 1 square foot (sq.
Side 41 - The hands revolve around circles, each divided into 10 numbered divisions. The number on the outside of each circle indicates the number of cubic feet for one complete revolution of the hand. The divisions of the circles are numbered alternately in the counter clockwise and clockwise direction. Thus, the first dial (at the bottom) is marked 10 and one division measures 1 cubic foot, the second 100...

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