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SECTION 230
Definitions
General Business (GBS) CHAPTER 20, ARTICLE 13-A
§ 230. Definitions. In this article unless the context otherwise
requires: "Article" means any article of merchandise and includes any
portion of such article, whether a distinct part thereof, or not
(including every part thereof whether or not separable and also
including material for manufacture).

Platinum, iridium, palladium, ruthenium, rhodium and/or osmium,
include any alloy or alloys of any one or more of said metals.

"Mark" means any mark, sign, device, imprint, stamp, brand applied to
any article, or to any tag, card, paper, label, box, carton, container,
holder, package cover or wrapping attached to, used in conjunction with
or enclosing such article or any bill, bill of sale, invoice, statement,
letter, circular, advertisement, notice, memorandum, or other writing or
printing.

"Apply" and "applied" include any method or means of application or
attachment to, or of use on, or in connection with, or in relation to,
an article, whether such application, attachment or use is to, on, by,
in or with

1. The article itself, or

2. Anything attached to the article, or

3. Anything to which the article is attached, or

4. Anything in or on which the article is, or

5. Anything so used or placed as to lead to a reasonable belief that
the mark on that thing is meant to be taken as a mark on the article
itself.

"Quality mark" is any mark as herein defined indicating, describing,
identifying or referring to or appearing or seeming or purporting to
indicate, describe, identify or refer to the partial or total presence
or existence of or the quality of or the percentage of or the purity of
or the number of parts of platinum, iridium, palladium, ruthenium,
rhodium and/or osmium in any article.