§ 875-3. Report of Acquisition or Purchase of Stained or Beveled Glass  


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  • Every antique dealer, auctioneer, junk dealer and second-hand dealer shall make a daily report to the chief of police of all stained or beveled glass bought or acquired by such person during the day for sale. The report shall be on forms approved by the police division and shall contain a full and complete description of all such stained and beveled glass including all marks of identification, colors, materials, size, name, and approximate date if known of each item, the date of the purchase or acquisition of the item and the name, address, birthdate, social security number and physical description (sex/race/height/weight/complexion) of the person from whom such item was acquired. The antique dealer, auctioneer, junk dealer or second-hand dealer shall further obtain written proof of identification and the signature of the seller on the required form. A copy of these forms shall be retained for one year. Upon the demand of the chief of police or police officer deputed by the chief of police, the antique dealer, auctioneer, junk dealer or second-hand dealer shall produce and show any reported item in such person's possession.

(C.M.C. 875-3; ordained by Ord. No. 40-1979, eff. Mar. 2, 1979)