State Laws in the United States
defining the hundredweight
as 100 pounds

California Political Code, 1915, Deering, ch. 8, sec. 3215
Connecticut General Statutes, 1918, vol. 2, ch. 237, sec. 4782 (amended 1895).
Idaho Comp. Stats., 1919, vol. 1, ch. 118, sec. 2563.
Illinois Smith's Revised Stats., 1921, ch. 147, sec. 30.
Iowa Code, 1924, ch. 161, sec. 3230.
Kansas Rev. Stats., 1923, sec. 83-103.
Kentucky Carroll's Stats., 1922, ch. 134, sc. 4820.
Massachusetts Gen. Laws, 1921, vol. 1, ch. 98, sec. 2 (1894).
“cental or hundredweight”: Gen. Laws, 1921, vol. 1, ch. 94, sec. 174 (1880).
Michigan Comp. Laws, 1915, vol. 2, ch. 20, sec. 6245.
Missouri Rev. Stats., 1919, vol. 3, ch. 127, sec. 13580.
Montana Rev. Codes, 1921, vol. 1, Pol. Code, Part 3, ch. 275, sec. 4218.
Nebraska Comp. Stats., 1922, Part 2, Title 3, Art. 18, sec 7577.
Nevada “Except of pig iron and iron ore” Rev. Laws, 1912, vol. 1, sec. 4798.
New York Laws, 1922, ch. 48, art. 16, sec. 178.
North Dakota Laws, 1919, ch. 239, sec. 4.
Ohio “except of pig iron and iron ore” Gen. Code, 1921, Throckmorton, ch 32, sec. 6411 (1861).
Puerto Rico Laws, 1917, Act No. 37, sec. 7
South Dakota Laws, 1919, ch. 358, sec. 5.
Texas Revised Civil Statutes, 1925, vol. 1, title 93, ch. 7, sec. 5731.
Vermont General Laws, 1917, ch. 246, sec. 5887 (1831).

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