HAY AND STRAW BALING REGULATED Act of Apr. 11, 1901, P.L. 77, No. 47 Cl. 76 AN ACT Entitled an act to regulate the baling of hay and straw, and marking the weight of the bale. Section 1. Be it enacted &c., That hereafter all baled hay and straw shall be properly bound with wire, rope or other material to hold it in bundle, and the correct weight shall be plainly marked on each bale. Section 2. The wood or other material used in baling cut hay shall not exceed in weight eight per centum of the weight of the entire bundle, and no wood, except for a marking block, shall be used in baling long hay or straw. Section 3. Any person who shall mark a bale of hay or straw higher than its actual weight, or who shall use more than eight per centum of its weight of wood or other material to hold it in bundle, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction thereof shall be fined not less than twenty-five dollars nor more than one hundred dollars, in the discretion of the court before whom conviction may be secured.