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5.29.170. Record keeping duty; Police officer right of inspection
Every pawnbroker and secondhand dealer shall keep a well-bound book in which shall be written in ink and/or typed, in the English language, and kept in a legible manner, at the time of each loan or receipt of personal property, an accurate account and description of the goods, articles or thing pawned or received, which shall include the number and make of all articles, where such articles have a number or are manufactured by any particular manufacturer; the amount loaned or advanced thereon; the time, both day and hour, of pawning or receiving such goods, articles, or thing; the true name and residence of the person pawning or delivering the goods, article, or thing; and no entry made in said book shall be erased, obliterated, or defaced, and the said book, as well as every article or thing pawned, pledged, or deposited, shall be open to the inspection of any police officer at any reasonable time during normal business hours.
Ord. No.97-35, Recodified, 6/19/1997
Ord. No. 97-18, Amended, 4/17/1997