No. 3 Durum Wheat - Shall include all durum wheat bleached, shrunken, or for any cause unfit for No. 2, and weigh not less than 55 lb. to the measured bushel.

No. 4 Durum Wheat - Shall include all durum wheat that is badly bleached or for any cause unfit for No. 3, and weigh not less than 50 lb. to the measured bushel.                       

Velvet chaff wheat.

No. 1 Velvet Chaff Wheat - Shall be bright, sound, and well cleaned, and weigh not less than 58 lb. to the measured bushel.

No. 2 Velvet Chaff Wheat - Shall be sound, dry, clean, maybe slightly bleached, or shrunken, but not good enough for No. 1, and weigh not less than 57 lb. to the measured bushel.

No. 3 Velvet Chaff Wheat - Shall include all wheat that is bleached, smutty or for any other cause unfit for No. 2, and weigh not less than 55 lb. to the measured bushel.

No. 4 Velvet Chaff Wheat - Shall include all wheat that is very smutty, badly bleached and grown, or for any other cause unfit for No. 3.

Pacific Coast wheat.

No. 1 Pacific Coast Red Wheat - Shall be dry, sound, clean, and free from smut, and weigh not less than 59 lb. to the measured bushel.

No. 2 Pacific Coast Red Wheat - Shall be dry, sound, clean, and only slightly tainted with smut and alkali, and weigh not less than 58 lb. to the measured bushel.

No. 3 Pacific Coast Red Wheat - Shall include all other Pacific Coast red wheat. It may be smutty or musty, or from any other reason unfit for flouring purposes, and weigh not less than 54 lb. to the measured bushel.

Pacific Coast white wheat shall be graded according to the rules for Pacific Coast red wheat. In case of a mixture of Pacific Coast wheat with our home-grown wheat, red or white, such mixture shall be graded " Pacific Coast Mixed Wheat."

The grades of Pacific white and Pacific red wheat are to include all such wheats as are grown in the extreme Northwest and on the Pacific slope from either spring or winter seeding.

Mixed wheat.

Mixed Wheat - In case of an appreciable mixture of hard and soft wheat, red and white wheat (except as provided in the rule of red winter, white winter, and northern spring wheat), durum, and spring wheat, any of them with each other, it shall be graded according to the quality thereof, and the kind of wheat predominating, shall be classed as No. 1, 2, 3, and 4 Mixed Wheat, and the inspector shall make notation describing its character.

Rye.

No. 1 Rye - Shall be dry, sound, plump, sweet, and well cleaned, and shall weigh not less than 57 lb. to the measured bushel.

No. 2 Rye - Shall be dry, sound, and contain not more than 1 per cent of other grain or foreign matter, and weigh not less than 55 lb. to the measured bushel.

No. 3 Rye - Shall include inferior rye not unsound, but from any other cause not good enough for No. 2, and.weigh not less than 53 lb. to the measured bushel.

No. 4 Rye - May be damp, musty, or dirty, and weigh not less than 50 lb. to the measured bushel.

White oats.

No. 1 White Oats - Shall be white, dry, sweet, sound, bright, clean, free from other grain, and weigh not less than 32 lb. to the measured bushel.

No. 2 White Oats - Shall be 95 per cent white, dry, sweet, shall contain not more than 1 per cent of dirt and 1 per cent of other grain, and weigh not less than 29 lb. to the measured bushel.

Standard White Oats - Shall be 92 per cent white, dry, sweet, shall not contain more than 2 per cent of dirt and 2 per cent of other grain, and weigh not less than 28 lb. to the measured bushel.

No. 3 White Oats - Shall be sweet, 90 per cent white, shall not contain more than 3 per cent of dirt and 5 per cent of other grain, and weigh not less than 24 lb. to the measured bushel.

No. 4 White Oats - Shall be 90 per cent white, may be damp, damaged, musty, or very dirty.

Notice. - Yellow oats shall not be graded better than No. 3 White Oats.