(a) Approval by Sealer. The Sealer shall approve for use and seal or mark with appropriate devices such weights and measures as he or she finds upon inspection or test to be “correct.” He or she shall reject or condemn and seal or mark as “rejected” or “condemned” such weights and measures as he or she finds upon inspection or test to be “incorrect.” Sealing or marking shall not be required with respect to weights and measures which are exempted by a regulation of the Director issued pursuant to § 49-5 hereof.
(b) The weights and measures found to be incorrect. Weights and measures that have been rejected or condemned and ordered corrected or disposed of may be confiscated and may be destroyed by the Sealer if not corrected as required by, or if disposed of contrary to the requirement of § 49-5 hereof.
(c) Weights and measures rejected or condemned. Weights and measures that have been rejected or condemned and ordered corrected or disposed of under authority of the Sealer shall remain subject to the control of the Sealer until such time as suitable repair or disposition thereof has been made pursuant to this chapter. The owners of the rejected or condemned weights and measures shall cause the same to be made correct within a specified period authorized by the Sealer, or may dispose of the same but only in such manner as is specifically authorized by the Sealer.
(Ord. 2143, passed 7-14-1969)