## 27.0627 Fluid ounce-Dry pint or quart.

When the term “ounce” is employed in a declaration of liquid quantity, the declaration shall identify the particular meaning of the term by the use of the term “fluid”; however, such distinction may be omitted when, by association of terms (for example, as in “1 pint 4 ounces”), the proper meaning is obvious. Whenever the declaration of quantity is in terms of the dry pint or dry quart, the declaration shall include the word “dry”.

History: Rule 6-76, eff 19 Oct 76, § 13.