§ 116.01  DAILY REGISTER TO BE KEPT AND FURNISHED TO CHIEF OF POLICE.
   (A)   All persons engaged in the business of the purchase or exchange of secondhand or antique jewelry, coins, watches, diamonds or other precious stones, cutlery, old gold, silver, platinum, or other precious metals, or any other secondhand manufactured articles, composed wholly or in part of gold, silver, platinum, or other precious metals shall keep a daily register on a form provided by the Police Department, of every article purchased or exchanged by them in the course of their business and the persons from whom the articles were acquired.  The register shall contain as minute a description of each article as is possible, including any identification numbers and the manufacturer's name, as well as the name, age, sex, race, address, driver's license number, general description of the individual or individuals selling or exchanging the articles, and their signatures.
   (B)   All persons engaged in business as described in division (A) above, shall furnish to the Chief of Police each day at the police office by 11:00 a.m., a copy of the register for all transactions which took place during the preceding day.
(Ord. 1176-1981, passed -  -81)  Penalty, see § 116.99