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34. Dry capacity measures shall have their purported values marked thereon in like manner as they are marked on liquid capacity measures, except that—
(a)in the case of measures made of wood (other than measures made of wicker or other open material), the said values shall be marked by branding;
(b)in the case of measures made of wicker or other open material, they shall be marked on a brass tablet or plate fastened to the measure by means of copper wire, or by branding on a tablet of wood securely worked into the side of the measure.