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					LOS ANGELES COUNTY
SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT

CITY OF SANTA CLARITA




Secondhand Dealer
   Information
       January, 2010
 



In an effort to promote a safe community in the Santa Clarita Valley, the City of Santa
Clarita and its Sheriff’s Department are providing this guide to all businesses as a
courtesy notice relating to the secondhand purchase of any goods.

Los Angeles County Code Section 7.76.270 requires that every person and/or business
who conducts such transactions is licensed as a Secondhand Dealer. California
Business and Professions Code Section 21641 and 21642 has further state
requirements for a Secondhand Dealer License through the Department of Justice. All
codes have very specific procedures which must be followed relating to the identification
of the seller, record keeping, transmittal of records to local law enforcement, retention of
the merchandise for a 30-day period of time, and other important details that are in
place to protect our community from having stolen goods converted through such
purchase transactions.

As the secondhand purchasing of good through retail locations, special parties, hosted
events and other direct purchasing methods are becoming more common, the Los
Angeles Sheriff’s Department – Santa Clarita Valley station will be diligent in its efforts
to ensure that all businesses and persons conducting such transactions are licensed
and following those specific procedures.

Failing to conduct your business operation within the provisions of the law may result in
a criminal investigation, arrest, and seizure of any merchandise involved, as it is related
to the investigation.

We ask your assistance in complying with local and state laws relating to the
Secondhand Dealer market. We would also appreciate that you share this information
with others in your profession. If you should become aware of any unlicensed
businesses or events wherein the purchase of metals or goods are involved, we would
ask that your report that activity so that we may take the necessary steps to maintain
compliance.

Should you have further questions, please direct them to the Santa Clarita Detective
Bureau, Burglary/Fraud Team (661) 799-5136 between the hours of 7am-5pm, Monday
through Friday. We sincerely appreciate your support in our combined efforts to keep
our community safe.

Sincerely,



J. Anthony La Berge
Captain
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department
Santa Clarita Valley Station
 


                   A Short History of the Secondhand Dealers Law

California began the regulation of secondhand dealers in 1957 to help prevent
trafficking in stolen goods where local government did not already require the reporting
of transactions involving identifiable secondhand tangible personal property.

Over the years, the law expanded to mandate the filing of the reports with local
government, but many local governments chose not to enforce the law because it was
not very successful as a means of tracing stolen property and the paperwork burden.
Because pawnbrokers conduct their business in such a completely different way than
most other secondhand dealers, to a great extent, the current reporting requirements
are primarily enforced on pawnbrokers under the Collateral Loan Law.

Under current law, a “secondhand dealer” is any person or entity taking in pawn,
trading, accepting for sale on consignment for auction, or auctioning, any tangible
personal property. The law requires secondhand dealers and pawnbrokers to be
licensed by local law enforcement agencies, but in many cases, local government
chooses to require only a general business license.

A traditional analysis of current law finds that “tangible personal property” is all
secondhand personal property that bears a serial number, personalized initials, or
inscription, or appears to have had a serial number, personalized initials, or inscription
at the time that property is acquired by a secondhand dealer. “Tangible personal
property” also includes all goods received in pledge as a security for a loan by a
pawnbroker. For the purposes of this law, if a type of personal property (laptop
computers, for instance) sold by secondhand dealers is found to constitute a “significant
class of stolen goods” these too, are considered “tangible personal property.” The
California Attorney General publishes a list of items that constitute a “significant class of
stolen goods” and supplies it to local law enforcement agencies.

Current law states that “tangible personal property” includes, but is not limited to, the
categories of property listed in the paragraph above. Therefore, under current law, the
definition of what is “tangible personal property” is extremely broad. Only a few items
are expressly excluded such as new goods, coins, monetized bullion, commercial ingots
of precious metals. Because of this broad definition of “tangible personal property,”
almost anyone who engages in the business of buying, selling, auctioning or consigning
of used merchandise could be subject to the Secondhand Dealers Law.

Synopsis of the history of Secondhand Dealers provided by the California Alliance of
Resale Collectors and Merchants (www.MerchantsAlliance.org).

It is vital, as a business considering or operating in the purchase or trade of
Secondhand merchandise, that you fully research and understand all applicable state
and local laws relating to your business.
 


                             Table of Contents

OVERVIEW                                             1

LICENSING                                            1

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS                           5

APPLICABLE LAWS                                       7
     Penal Code                                       7
     Business and Professions Code                    9
     Finance Code                                    19
     City/County Code                                20

ATTACHMENTS

     Application for Secondhand Dealer or Pawnbroker License (Example)

     Request for Live Scan Service (Example)

     Pawnbroker/Secondhand Dealer Report (Example)
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                                       OVERVIEW

On January 1, 1981, the enactment of Assembly Bill 2967, had a substantial impact on
Article 4, Tangible Personal Property, of the Business and Professions Code Section,
regulating secondhand dealers. The intent of the bill was to provide law enforcement
agencies with a means to curtail the dissemination of stolen property and to facilitate its
recovery by means of a uniform statewide, state administered secondhand dealer
licensing and reporting program.

On January 1, 1994, the enactment of Senate Bill 939, added Chapter 3, Licensure,
to Division 8, Pawnbrokers, of the Financial Code Section, which established specific
licensing and qualifying parameters for pawnbrokers.

                                      LICENSING

Licensing Agency

The city/county licensing process is managed through the Los Angeles County
Treasurer and Tax Collector and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Both
Departments are delegated the responsibility to implement secondhand dealer and
pawnbroker licensing processes in the Santa Clarita Valley area.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE APPLYING FOR A COUNTY BUSINESS
LICENSE

    •   A Secondhand Dealer conducting such business activities requires a Business
        License.
    •   You must obtain a license before you can operate. Failure to obtain a Business
        License is a misdemeanor.
    •   If you are unsure if your business is located in an area licensed by the County,
        you can contact the Department of Regional Planning, Land Development
        Coordinating Center (LDCC) at: (213) 974-6311.


        -OR-

        Visit them at:    320 West Temple Street
                          Room 1360
                          Los Angeles, CA 90012

        Please note, the business hours of the LDCC are Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from
        7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. and Wednesday from 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Their office is closed every
        Friday.
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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW WHEN YOU APPLY FOR A CITY/COUNTY BUSINESS
LICENSE

Applications may be filed in person at any of the three Business License Offices of the
Treasurer and Tax Collector. For your convenience, the locations and hours of
operation of each Business License Office are listed below:

Valencia Office                   Main Office                    Lancaster Office

23757 Valencia Blvd.              225 N. Hill St. Room 109       335A East Avenue K-6
Valencia, California 91355        Los Angeles, California        Lancaster, California 93535
Telephone: (661) 253-7342         90012                          Telephone: (661) 723-4492
Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.     Telephone: (213) 974-2011      Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Days: Monday and Wednesday        Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.   Days: Tuesday, Thursday
only                              Days: Monday through           and Friday only
                                  Friday

There is a non-refundable fee that is due at the time you file your application.

Depending on the nature of the business activity to be conducted, you may be required
to submit photographs, fingerprints, documents, proof of insurance and/or special forms
in addition to a Business License application.

For more information concerning the application requirements, please contact any
Business License office during its regular business hours. Additional information can be
located through the internet at http://ttc.lacounty.gov/proptax/Business_License.htm

DOJ Licensing Process

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, Major Crimes Bureau – Licensing Detail
is required to accept an application from any person desiring to be licensed as a
secondhand dealer or pawnbroker in their jurisdiction pursuant to Sections 21641 B&P
or 21300 FC. Prior to the granting of a license, the local agencies are required to submit
the secondhand dealer or pawnbroker “application package” to DOJ for processing.

The application package consists of the Secondhand Dealer or Pawnbroker License
Application form (JUS 125), a copy of the Request for Live Scan Service form (BCII
8016) for all recognized owners, partners or corporate officers and a check made
payable to DOJ. The application processing fee is $195 and the check must be made
payable to the California Department of Justice. An additional $32 for each fingerprint
submission shall be paid at the Live Scan site. DOJ will conduct a criminal background
check and comment on the applicant’s eligibility for the license by letter within 30 days
of receipt of the application.

In addition, pursuant to Section 21303 FC requires a pawnbroker applicant to file with
the licensing agency a $20,000 non-revocable surety bond in favor of the State of
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California. In addition, Section 21304 FC requires the applicant to submit to the
licensing agency a certified financial statement that he or she has at least $100,000 in
liquid assets, not including real property, to be utilized in the course of business; or post
a non-revocable bond in the amount of $100,000 with the local licensing agency prior to
the issuance of a pawnbroker license. A copy of the surety bond and financial statement
are no longer sent to DOJ as of 4/1/2009.

If the applicant’s background check does not reveal a conviction of a stolen property
related crime, DOJ shall assign the applicant a unique secondhand dealer or
pawnbroker license number, partially prepare the license for issuance, and forward it to
the licensing agency with the comment letter indicating that the applicant’s background
check would not preclude the licensing agency from issuing the license.

The secondhand dealer and pawnbroker license number assigned by DOJ consists of
two sets of four numeric characters separated by a hyphen. The first set of four
numbers identifies the police or sheriff department issuing the license, using the
city/county code for the agency (i.e., 1942-XXXX, Los Angeles Police Department,
1900-XXXX, Los Angeles Sheriff’s Office).

The second set of four numbers identifies the type of business activity (secondhand
dealer or pawnbroker). A secondhand dealer will be assigned a number that begins with
1000 and ascends (i.e. XXXX-1000, XXXX-1001); and a pawnbroker is assigned a
number that begins with 0999 and descends (i.e. XXXX-0999, XXXX-0998).

If the applicant’s background check reveals a conviction for a stolen property related
crime, DOJ will not prepare a license for issuance. A comment letter will be generated
advising the licensing agency of the applicant’s possible prohibited status; in addition, a
copy of the applicant’s criminal history summary record will also be attached.
Although DOJ has the responsibility to comment on the applicant’s eligibility for the
license, the local licensing agency makes the final decision to issue or deny a state
secondhand dealer or pawnbroker license. If the licensing agency wishes to issue a
license to an applicant after receiving a negative comment from DOJ, the local licensing
agency must make that request in writing to:

       Department of Justice
       ATTN: Secondhand Dealer Licensing Unit
       P.O. Box 903387
       Sacramento, CA 94203-3870

Upon receipt, DOJ will prepare and forward the license.
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How can a license be denied, canceled or revoked?

The Sheriff’s Department is recognized as the licensing authority. This Department has
the authority to cancel, suspend or revoke any secondhand dealer or pawnbroker
license issued within their jurisdiction, providing the applicant or licensee has been
“convicted” of:
(1) An attempt to receive stolen property; or
(2) Any other property related crime.
However, a license shall not be canceled or suspended based in a violation contained in
Article 4 or Article 5, of the Business or Professions Code, or Division 8 of the Financial
Code unless the violation demonstrates a pattern of conduct. (B&P 480-496, 21645 and
FC 21307)

Renewal Process

Pursuant to Sections 21642 B&P and 21301 FC, a secondhand dealer and pawnbroker
license is renewable every other year from the date of issuance and is subject to a
renewal fee of ten dollars ($10). The license renewal shall be prepared and issued by
the local licensing agency or their designee. The processing fee shall be collected by
the agency and forwarded along with the appropriate copy (blue) of the State
secondhand dealer license (JUS 126/Goldenrod Color); or the appropriate copy (blue)
of the State pawnbroker license (126B/Green Color) to DOJ.
In addition, pursuant to Section 21303 FC, the renewal of a pawnbroker license requires
the local licensing agency to ensure a $20,000 non-revocable surety bond be filed with
their agency, made in favor of the State of California, prior to the renewal of that license.
A copy of the surety bond is no longer sent to DOJ as of 4/1/2009.

To assist the licensing agency, DOJ generates a quarterly renewal notification letter to
all secondhand dealers and pawnbrokers whose license is subject to renewal within 60
days. A copy of that letter is sent to each licensing agency impacted to ensure
compliance with state law.

Questions regarding secondhand dealer or pawnbroker laws, licensing procedures and
renewal processes should be directed to the DOJ’s Secondhand Licensing and
Pawnbroker Unit at (916) 227-3688.

For information regarding the Secondhand Dealer’s License and its application process
through the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department – Major Crimes Bureau/Licensing
Detail, please call either (562) 946-7158 or (562) 946-7051.
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                          FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Who is required to obtain a State secondhand dealer license?

Pursuant to Business and Professions (B&P) Code Section 21626, a secondhand
dealer is any person whose business includes buying, selling, taking in trade, taking in
pawn, taken on consignment, accepting for auction or auctioning secondhand tangible
personal property. A secondhand dealer must be licensed pursuant to Section 21641
B&P.

A Coin Dealer whose principal business is that of coins is exempt from licensing.
However, they are required to report all tangible personal property transactions to the
law enforcement agency on a daily basis, with the exception obtaining a fingerprint on
the report form unless prescribed by local ordinance (21628 B&P), and hold the
property acquired for 30-days (21636 B&P).

Who is required to obtain a State pawnbroker license?

Pursuant to Financial Code (FC) Section 21000, a pawnbroker is any person engaged
in the business of receiving goods in pledge as security for a loan. As of January 1,
1994, a pawnbroker must be licensed pursuant to Financial Code Section 21300. A
Pawnbroker is also a secondhand dealer, but a secondhand dealer is not a pawnbroker.
Also, effective January 1, 1994, Section 21303 FC requires a pawnbroker applicant to
file with the licensing agency a $20,000 non-revocable surety bond in favor of the State
of California. In addition, Section 21304 FC requires the applicant to submit to the
licensing agency a certified financial statement that he or she has at least $100,000 in
liquid assets, not including real property, to be utilized in the course of business; or post
a non-revocable bond in the amount of $100,000 with the local licensing agency prior to
the issuance of a pawnbroker license.

What is Tangible Personal Property?

Tangible Personal Property is defined as property which possess or demonstrate
having had a manufactured applied serial number, owner applied name or number or
inscription; in addition, jewelry and sterling silver, which is identified on the Attorney
General’s list of tangible personal property. (B&P 21627)

What are the guidelines for secondhand dealers?

Secondhand Dealers, Coin Dealers and Pawnbrokers acting as secondhand dealers
are regulated under Article 4, Tangible Personal Property, of the Business and
Professions Code. The businesses operating in the Santa Clarita Valley area are
required to:
(1) File a report of acquired tangible personal property, at their place of business, with
the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s
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Department – Major Crimes Bureau/Pawns Detail (JUS 123). However, property
acquired outside their place of business is only subject to record keeping;
(2) Retain a copy of the acquisition report;
(3) Retain a copy of the itemized bill of sale; and,
(4) Hold the acquired property for 30 days. Secondhand dealers are required to store
property on premises and make available to law enforcement personnel upon request.
However, off-site is permissible as long as the location has been identified in writing.

What is the purpose of reporting acquired property?

The purpose of reporting acquired property by secondhand dealers and pawnbrokers
is to provide law enforcement agencies with possible leads of property that has been
reported stolen and identify the person initiating the transaction with physical
description and thumb print.

What constitutes a violation?

Violations are defined as a person knowing or should have known that a violation was
being committed. It is a misdemeanor and subject to fine and jail time. (B&P 21645 * FC
21209)

What is required on a secondhand dealer report form JUS 123?

The Secondhand Dealer/ Pawnbroker Report Form (JUS 123) is a standardized four
part report form. This form shall be filed with the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station
and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department – Major Crimes Bureau/Pawns
Detail daily and be complete, accurate and legible. The specifics shall disclose:
(1) The customer’s personal information;
(2) Store information;
(3) Item description;
(4) Transaction information;
(5) Attestation to the disposal of the described property; and
(6) Possess a legible copy of the persons thumb print.
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                                  APPLICABLE LAWS

Penal Code

484.1. Pawnbroker or secondhand dealer; false information or false verification of
ownership of property to receive money or valuable consideration; restitution
(a) Any person who knowingly gives false information or provides false verification as to
the person's true identity or as to the person's ownership interest in property or the
person's authority to sell property in order to receive money or other valuable
consideration from a pawnbroker or secondhand dealer and who receives money or
other valuable consideration from the pawnbroker or secondhand dealer is guilty of
theft.
(b) Upon conviction of the offense described in subdivision (a), the court may require, in
addition to any sentence or fine imposed, that the defendant make restitution to the
pawnbroker or secondhand dealer in an amount not exceeding the actual losses
sustained pursuant to the provisions of subdivision (c) of Section 13967 of the
Government Code, as operative on or before September 28, 1994, if the defendant is
denied probation, or Section 1203.04, as operative on or before August 2, 1995, if the
defendant is granted probation or Section 1202.4.
(c) Upon the setting of a court hearing date for sentencing of any person convicted
under this section, the probation officer, if one is assigned, shall notify the pawnbroker
or secondhand dealer or coin dealer of the time and place of the hearing.

496a. Junk and secondhand dealers; purchasing metals used in transportation or
public utility service; determination of sellers right; punishment; record of
transaction
(a) Every person who, being a dealer in or collector of junk, metals or secondhand
materials, or the agent, employee, or representative of such dealer or collector, buys or
receives any wire, cable, copper, lead, solder, mercury, iron or brass which he knows or
reasonably should know is ordinarily used by or ordinarily belongs to a railroad or other
transportation, telephone, telegraph, gas, water or electric light company or county, city,
city and county or other political subdivision of this state engaged in furnishing public
utility service without using due diligence to ascertain that the person selling or
delivering the same has a legal right to do so, is guilty of criminally receiving such
property, and is punishable, by imprisonment in a state prison, or in a county jail for not
more than one year, or by a fine of not more than two hundred fifty dollars ($250), or by
both such fine and imprisonment.
(b) Any person buying or receiving material pursuant to subdivision (a) shall obtain
evidence of his identity from the seller including, but not limited to, such person's full
name, signature, address, driver's license number, vehicle license number, and the
license number of the vehicle delivering the material.
The record of the transaction shall include an appropriate description of the material
purchased and such record shall be maintained pursuant to Section 21607 of the
Business and Professions Code.
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537e. Articles from which serial numbers or identification marks have been
removed; purchase, sale, possession; disposition by peace officers; exceptions
(a) Any person who knowingly buys, sells, receives, disposes of, conceals, or has in his
or her possession any personal property from which the manufacturer's serial number ,
identification number, electronic serial number, or any other distinguishing number or
identification mark has been removed, defaced, covered, altered, or destroyed, is guilty
of a public offense, punishable as follows:
(1) If the value of the property does not exceed four hundred dollars ($400), by
imprisonment in the county jail not exceeding six months.
(2) If the value of the property exceeds four hundred dollars ($400), by imprisonment in
the county jail not exceeding one year.
(3) If the property is an integrated computer chip or panel of a value of four hundred
dollars ($400) or more, by imprisonment in the state prison for 16 months, or 2 or 3
years or by imprisonment in a county jail not exceeding one year.
For purposes of this subdivision, "personal property" includes, but is not limited to, the
following:
(1) Any television, radio, recorder, phonograph, telephone, piano, or any other musical
instrument or sound equipment.
(2) Any washing machine, sewing machine, vacuum cleaner, or other household
appliance or furnishings.
(3) Any typewriter, adding machine, dictaphone, or any other office equipment or
furnishings.
(4) Any computer, printed circuit, integrated chip or panel, or other part of a computer.
(5) Any tool or similar device, including any technical or scientific equipment.
(6) Any bicycle, exercise equipment, or any other entertainment or recreational
equipment.
(7) Any electrical or mechanical equipment, contrivance, material, or piece of apparatus
or equipment.
(8) Any clock, watch, watch case, or watch movement.
(9) Any vehicle or vessel, or any component part thereof.
(b) When property described in subdivision (a) comes into the custody of a peace officer
it shall become subject to the provision of Chapter 12 (commencing with Section 1407),
Title 10 of Part 2, relating to the disposal of stolen or embezzled property. Property
subject to this section shall be considered stolen or embezzled property for the
purposes of that chapter, and prior to being disposed of, shall have an identification
mark imbedded or engraved in, or permanently affixed to it.
(c) This section does not apply to those cases or instances where any of the changes or
alterations enumerated in subdivision (a) have been customarily made or done as an
established practice in the ordinary and regular conduct of business, by the original
manufacturer, or by his or her duly appointed direct representative, or under specific
authorization from the original manufacturer.
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Business and Professions Code

21625. Legislative intent
It is the intent of the Legislature in enacting this article to curtail the dissemination of
stolen property and to facilitate the recovery of stolen property by means of a uniform,
statewide, state-administered program of regulation of persons whose principal
business is the buying, selling, trading, auctioning, or taking in pawn of tangible
personal property and to aid the State Board of Equalization to detect possible sales tax
evasion.
Further, it is the intent of the Legislature in enacting this article to require the uniform
statewide reporting of tangible personal property acquired by persons whose principal
business is the buying, selling, trading, auctioning, or taking in pawn of tangible
personal property, unless the property or the transaction is specifically exempt herein,
for the purpose of correlating these reports with other reports of city, county, and city
and county law enforcement agencies and further utilizing the services of the
Department of Justice to aid in tracing and recovering stolen property.
Further, it is the intent of the Legislature that this article shall not be superseded or
supplanted by the provisions of any ordinance or charter of any city, county, or city
and county.

21626. Secondhand dealer; coin dealer
(a) A "secondhand dealer," as used in this article, means and includes any person, co-
partnership, firm, or corporation whose business includes buying, selling, trading,
taking in pawn, accepting for sale on consignment, accepting for auctioning, or
auctioning secondhand tangible personal property. A "secondhand dealer" does not
include a "coin dealer" or participants at gun shows or events, as defined in Section
178.100 of Title 27 of the Code of Federal Regulations, or its successor, who are not
required to be licensed pursuant to Section 12071 of the Penal Code, who are acting in
compliance with the requirements of Section 12070 and subdivision (d) of Section
12072 of the Penal Code, and who are not a "Gun Show Trader," as described in
paragraph (5) of subdivision (b) of Section 12070 of the Penal Code.
(b) As used in this section, a "coin dealer" means any person, firm, partnership, or
corporation whose principal business is the buying, selling, and trading of coins,
monetized bullion, or commercial grade ingots of gold, or silver, or other precious
metals.

21626.5 Secondhand dealer; exclusion
“Secondhand dealer,” as used in this article, does not include either of the
following:
(a) Any person who performs the services of an auctioneer for a fee or salary.
(b) Any person whose business is limited to the reconditioning and selling of major
household appliances, provided all the following conditions are met:
(1) The person does not trade, take in pawn, accept for drop-off, accept as a trade-in,
accept for sale on consignment, accept for auction, auction, or buy, except in bulk, the
appliances.
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(2) The person does not perform repair services for owners of appliances unless the
appliance was purchased from the person.
(3) The person has never been convicted of the crime of attempting to receive or
receiving stolen property or any other theft-related crime.

21627. Tangible personal property
(a) As used in this article, “tangible personal property” includes, but is not limited to, all
secondhand tangible personal property which bears a serial number or personalized
initials or inscription or which, at the time it is acquired by the secondhand dealer, bears
evidence of having had a serial number or personalized initials or inscription.
(b) “Tangible personal property” also includes, but is not limited to, the following:
(1) All tangible personal property, new or used, including motor vehicles, received in
pledge as security for a loan by a pawnbroker.
(2) All tangible personal property that bears a serial number or personalized initials or
inscription which is purchased by a secondhand dealer or a pawnbroker or which, at the
time of such purchase, bears evidence of having had a serial number or personalized
initials or inscription.
(3) All personal property commonly sold by secondhand dealers which statistically is
found through crime reports to the Attorney General to constitute a significant class of
stolen goods. A list of such personal property shall be supplied by the Attorney General
to all local law enforcement agencies. Such list shall be reviewed periodically by the
Attorney General to insure that it addresses current problems with stolen goods.
(c) As used in this article, “tangible personal property” does not include any new goods
or merchandise purchased from a bona fide manufacturer or distributor or wholesaler of
such new goods or merchandise by a secondhand dealer. For the purposes of this
article, however, a secondhand dealer shall retain for one year from the date of
purchase, and shall make available for inspection by any law enforcement officer, any
receipt, invoice, bill of sale or other evidence of purchase of such new goods or
merchandise.
(d) As used in this article, “tangible personal property” does not include coins,
monetized bullion, or commercial grade ingots of gold, silver, or other precious metals.
“Commercial grade ingots” means 0.99 fine ingots of gold, silver, or platinum, or 0.925
fine sterling silver art bars and medallions, provided that the ingots, art bars and
medallions are marked by the refiner or fabricator as to their assay fineness.

21628. Report required; time
Every secondhand dealer or coin dealer described in Section 21626 shall report daily,
or on the first working day after receipt or purchase of the property, on forms either
approved or provided at actual cost by the Department of Justice, all tangible personal
property which he or she has purchased, taken in trade, taken in pawn, accepted for
sale on consignment, or accepted for auctioning, to the chief of police or to the sheriff, in
accordance with the provisions of Sections 21630 and 21633 and subdivision (j) of this
section. The report shall be legible, prepared in English, completed where applicable,
and include, but not be limited to, the following information:
(a) The name and current address of the intended seller or pledgor of the property.
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(b) The identification of the intended seller or pledgor. The identification of the seller or
pledgor of the property shall be verified by the person taking the information. The
verification shall be valid if the person taking the information reasonably relies on any
one of the following documents, provided that the document is currently valid or has
been issued within five years and contains a photograph or description, or both, of the
person named on it, is signed by the person, and bears a serial or other identifying
number:
(1) A passport of the United States.
(2) A driver's license issued by any state, or Canada.
(3) An identification card issued by any state.
(4) An identification card issued by the United States.
(5) A passport from any other country in addition to another item of identification bearing
an address.
(c) A complete and reasonably accurate description of serialized property, including, but
not limited to, the following: serial number and other identifying marks or symbols,
owner-applied numbers, manufacturer's named brand, and model name or number.
Watches need not be disassembled when special skill or special tools are required to
obtain the required information, unless specifically requested to do so by a peace
officer. A special tool does not include a penknife, caseknife, or similar instrument and
disassembling a watch with a penknife, caseknife, or similar instrument does not
constitute a special skill. In all instances where the required information may be
obtained by removal of a watchband, then the watchband shall be removed. The cost
associated with opening the watch shall be borne by the pawnbroker, secondhand
dealer, or customer.
(d) A complete and reasonably accurate description of nonserialized property, including,
but not limited to, the following: size, color, material, manufacturer's pattern name (when
known), owner-applied numbers and personalized inscriptions and other identifying
marks or symbols. Watches need not be disassembled when special skill or special
tools are required to obtain the required information, unless specifically requested to do
so by a peace officer. A special tool does not include a penknife, caseknife, or similar
instrument and disassembling a watch with a penknife, caseknife, or similar instrument
does not constitute a special skill.
In all instances where the required information may be obtained by removal of a
watchband, then the watchband shall be removed. The cost associated with opening
the watch shall be borne by the pawnbroker, secondhand dealer, or customer.
(e) A certification by the intended seller or pledgor that he or she is the owner of the
property or has the authority of the owner to sell or pledge the property.
(f) A certification by the intended seller or pledgor that to his or her knowledge and belief
the information is true and complete.
(g) A legible fingerprint taken from the intended seller or pledgor, as prescribed by the
Department of Justice. This requirement does not apply to a coin dealer, unless
required pursuant to local regulation.
(h) When a secondhand dealer complies with all of the provisions of this section, he or
she shall be deemed to have received from the seller or pledgor adequate evidence of
authority to sell or pledge the property for all purposes included in this article, and
Division 8 (commencing with Section 21000) of the Financial Code. In enacting this
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subdivision, it is the intent of the Legislature that its provisions shall not adversely affect
the implementation of, or prosecution under, any provision of the Penal Code.
(i) Any person who conducts business as a secondhand dealer at any gun show or
event, as defined in Section 178.100 of Title 27 of the Code of Federal Regulations, or
its successor, outside the jurisdiction that issued the secondhand dealer license in
accordance with subdivision (d) of Section 21641, may be required to submit a duplicate
of the transaction report prepared pursuant to this section to the local law enforcement
agency where the gun show or event is conducted.
(j) (1) The Department of Justice shall, in consultation with appropriate local law
enforcement agencies, develop clear and comprehensive descriptive categories
denoting tangible personal property subject to the reporting requirements of this section.
These categories shall be incorporated by secondhand dealers and coin dealers
described in Section 21626 for purposes of the reporting requirements set forth herein.
Any required report shall be transmitted by electronic means. The Department of Justice
and local law enforcement agencies, in consultation with representatives from the
secondhand dealer and coin dealer businesses, shall develop a standard format to be
used statewide to transmit this report electronically.
(2) Twelve months after the format and the categories described in paragraph
(1) have been developed, each secondhand dealer and coin dealer shall electronically
report using this format the information required by this section under these reporting
categories. Until that time, each secondhand dealer and coin dealer may either continue
to report this information using existing forms and procedures or may begin
electronically reporting this information under the reporting categories and using the
format described in paragraph (1) as soon as each has been developed.
(3) A coin dealer who engages in less than 10 transactions each week in which he or
she has purchased, taken in trade, taken in pawn, accepted for sale or consignment, or
accepted for auctioning tangible personal property, shall report the information required
by this section under the reporting categories described in paragraph (1) on a form
developed by the Attorney General that the coin dealer shall transmit each day by
facsimile transmission or by mail to the chief of police or sheriff. A transaction shall
consist of not more than one item. Nothing in this section shall prohibit up to 10
transactions with the same customer per week, provided that the cumulative total per
week for all customers does not exceed 10 transactions. Until that form is developed,
these coin dealers shall continue to report information required by this section using
existing forms and procedures. If these transactions increase to 10 per week, the coin
dealer shall electronically report using the format described in paragraph (1) the
information required by this section beginning six months after his or her transactions
exceed 10 per week or 12 months after the format described in paragraph (1) has been
developed, whichever occurs later.
(4) For purposes of this subdivision, "item" shall mean any single physical article.
However, with respect to a commonly accepted grouping of articles that are purchased
as a set, including, but not limited to, a pair of earrings or place settings of china,
silverware, or other tableware, "item" shall mean that commonly accepted grouping.
(5) Nothing in this subdivision shall be construed as excepting a secondhand dealer
from the fingerprinting requirement of subdivision (g).
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21628.1. Reporting exemption; same item
Notwithstanding Section 21628, except for firearms, submission of transaction
reports are not required to be submitted to the local law enforcement agency if the
report of an acquisition of the same property from the same customer has been
submitted within the preceding 12 months, except when submission of the reports is
specifically requested in writing by the local licensing authority.

21629. Exceptions from article
The provisions of this article shall not apply to any tangible personal property which
has been:
(a) Acquired from another secondhand dealer; provided the secondhand dealer selling
or trading the tangible personal property states in writing under penalty of perjury, along
with a description of the property, on an interdealer transfer form or an itemized bill of
sale, that the report or reports required by this article have been properly made and
submitted by that dealer. A copy of the form or the itemized bill of sale shall be delivered
to the acquiring dealer at the time the transaction occurs. Interdealer transfer forms
shall be provided at actual cost by the Department of Justice.
The dealers involved in the transaction shall retain their copy of the interdealer transfer
form or itemized bill of sale for a period of three years as a matter of record, and shall
make them available for inspection by any law enforcement officer.
(b) Acquired in a nonjudicial sale, transfer, assignment, assignment for the benefit of
creditors, or consignment of the assets or stock in trade, in bulk, or a substantial part
thereof, of an industrial or commercial enterprise for purposes of voluntary dissolution or
liquidation of the seller's business, or for the purpose of disposing of an excessive
quantity of personal property; or which has been acquired in a nonjudicial sale or
transfer from an owner of his or her entire household of personal property, or a
substantial part thereof; provided, the secondhand dealer retains in his or her place of
business for a period of three years a copy of the bill of sale, receipt, inventory list, or
other transfer document as a matter of record which shall be made available for
inspection by any law enforcement officer; and provided further, that the secondhand
dealer notifies the chief of police or the sheriff that exemption from reporting is being
claimed under this subdivision. "Industrial or commercial enterprise" and "owner" as
used in this subdivision do not include a secondhand dealer;
(c) Acquired in a sale made by any public officer in his or her official capacity, trustee in
bankruptcy, executor, administrator, receiver, or public official acting under judicial
process or authority, or which has been acquired in a sale made upon the execution of,
or by virtue of, any process issued by a court, or under the provisions of Division 7
(commencing with Section 7101) of the Commercial Code;
(d) Acquired as the surplus property of the United States government or of a state, city,
county, city and county, municipal corporation, or public district and which after
requisition or acquisition by the United States government or by a state, city, county, city
and county, municipal corporation, or public district has never thereafter been sold at
retail; and,
(e) Reported by a secondhand dealer as an acquisition or a purchase, or which has
been reported as destroyed or otherwise disposed of, (1) to a state agency by the
authority of any other law of this State; or (2) to a city, county, or city and county officer
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or agency by the authority of any other law of this State or a city, county, or city and
county ordinance.
(f) Acquired by persons, firms, partnerships, or corporations who buy, sell or trade
precious metals, whether in the form of coins or commercial grade ingots, who: (1) are
designated contract markets by or registered with the Commodity Futures Trading
Commission under the Federal Commodities Exchange Act and acting pursuant thereto;
or (2) infrequently conduct their business directly with members of the general public.
As used in this subdivision "infrequently" means occasional and without regularity.

21629.5. Application of article to property acquired by secondhand dealer
with understanding or expectation of reacquisition
Notwithstanding Section 21629, the provisions of this article shall apply to any
tangible personal property which has been acquired by a secondhand dealer with
the understanding or expectation that such property would later be reacquired by the
transferor or an agent thereof.

21630. Submission of report
If the transaction takes place within the territorial limits of an incorporated city, the
report shall be submitted to the police chief executive of the city or his or her
designee. If the transaction takes place outside the territorial limits of an incorporated
city, the report shall be submitted to the sheriff of the county or his or her designee.

21631. Report of all tangible personal property found in shop; retention of
possession of property by dealer; treatment of unclaimed property
after 60 days
Notwithstanding any other provisions of law, all tangible personal property that is found
in the shop of a pawnbroker, secondhand dealer, or coin dealer, doing business under a
California secondhand dealer's license, shall be reported as required under subdivisions
(c) and (d) of Section 21628, including any additional information required by Section
21628 that is known by the reporting person, and shall be held as required under
Section 21636 on forms as required under Section 21633. If no claim is made for the
property for a period of 60 days after it is reported, the pawnbroker, secondhand dealer,
or coin dealer may treat the property as property regularly acquired in the due course of
business.

21633. Approved report forms; copies; submission and retention
The report forms approved by the Department of Justice shall consist of not less than
an original and two copies. The Department of Justice shall not require the report form
to consist of more than an original and two copies when the forms are obtained from a
source other than the department. A local law enforcement agency may request
secondhand dealers within its jurisdiction to use a report form consisting of more than
an original and two copies. However, each secondhand dealer or group of dealers shall
be required only to use a form consisting of an original and two copies when the dealer
does not use a form obtained from the Department of Justice.
The Department of Justice shall allow the use of forms which are compatible with
computerization. The original and the duplicate copy shall be submitted by the
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secondhand dealer in accordance with the provisions of Sections 21628 and 21630.
One copy shall be retained by the secondhand dealer in his place of business for a
period of three years and shall be made available for inspection by any law enforcement
officer.

21634. Report by chief of police or sheriff
The chief of police or the sheriff who receives a report on a form filed pursuant to the
provisions of this article shall daily submit the original to the Department of Justice.

21636. Retention of possession of property by dealer for 30-day period
(a) Every secondhand dealer and coin dealer shall retain in his or her possession for a
period of 30 days all tangible personal property reported under Sections 21628, 21629,
and 21630. The 30-day holding period with respect to this tangible personal property
shall commence with the date the report of its acquisition was made to the chief of
police or to the sheriff by the secondhand dealer and coin dealer. The chief of police or
the sheriff may for good cause, as specified by the Department of Justice, authorize
prior disposition of any such property described in a specific report, provided that a
secondhand dealer who disposes of tangible personal property pursuant to that
authorization shall report the sale thereof to the chief of police or the sheriff.
(b) During the 30-day holding period specified in subdivision (a) every secondhand
dealer and coin dealer shall produce any tangible personal property reported under
Sections 21628, 21629, and 21630 for inspection by any peace officer or employee
designated by the chief of police or sheriff.
(c) Property subject to inspection as specified in subdivision (b) and property held in
pawn, which is stored off the business premises of the licensee, shall, upon request for
inspection, be produced at the licensee's business premises within one business day of
a request.
(d) Any person who conducts business as a secondhand dealer at any gun show or
event, as defined in Section 178.100 of Title 27 of the Code of Federal Regulations, or
its successor, outside the jurisdiction that issued the secondhand dealer license in
accordance with subdivision (d) of Section 21641, may be required to submit for
inspection, as specified in subdivision (b), any firearm acquired at a gun show or event
within 48 hours of the request of the local law enforcement agency in the jurisdiction
where the gun show or event was conducted at a location specified by the local law
enforcement agency.

21636.5. Repurchase
No secondhand dealer or coin dealer shall promise a seller of tangible property that
the seller may repurchase property sold to the secondhand dealer or coin dealer.

21636.6. Advertising
It is unlawful for any person, who is required to be licensed under Section 21640, to
publicly advertise any matter relating to the business for which the license is required
without including the license number.
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21637. Compliance with ordinances or other state law
Nothing herein contained shall be deemed to excuse compliance with the provisions of
any city, county, or city and county ordinance or any other state law pertaining to or
covering the reporting, holding, or releasing of tangible personal property, not
inconsistent with the provisions of this article, except that no city, county, or city and
county or any other state agency shall adopt the following:
(a) Holding, reporting or identification requirements for transactions involving coins,
monetized bullion, or commercial grade ingots of gold, silver, or other precious metals.
(b) Identification, holding, or reporting requirements for the acquisition of tangible
personal property, in the ordinary course of business, by pawnbrokers and secondhand
dealers, other than as set forth in Sections 21628, 21630, 21633, and 21636 of this
code, and Section 21208 of the Financial Code.

21638. Effect of article upon enactment, amendment or enforcement of local
ordinances
The provisions of this article shall not prohibit enactment, amendment, or enforcement
by any city, county, or city and county of any local ordinance relating to a secondhand
dealer or coin dealer which is not inconsistent with the provisions of this article, except
that no city, county, or city and county, or any other state agency shall adopt the
following:
(a) Holding, reporting, or identification requirements for transactions involving coins,
monetized bullion, or commercial grade ingots of gold, silver, or other precious metals.
(b) Identification, holding, or reporting requirements for the acquisition of tangible
personal property, in the ordinary course of business, by pawnbrokers and secondhand
dealers, other than as set forth in Sections 21628, 21630, 21633, and 21636 of this
code, and Section 21208 of the Financial Code.

21638.5 Personal property pledged to pawnbroker; redemption by pledger
Sections 21636, 21637, and 21638, insofar as they apply to holding periods for personal
property, are not applicable to personal property pledged to a pawnbroker with respect
to the redemption of personal property by the pledgor.

21640. Secondhand dealer; requirement for license
It is unlawful for any person to engage in the business of secondhand dealer, as
defined in Section 21626, without being licensed as provided in this article.

21643. Transactions with a minor
No transactions that require reporting under Section 21628 shall be engaged in with a
minor.

21647. Peace officer hold on property
(a) Whenever any peace officer has probable cause to believe that property, except
coins, monetized bullion, or “commercial grade ingots” as defined in subdivision (d) of
Section 21627, in the possession of a pawnbroker, secondhand dealer, or coin dealer is
stolen, the peace officer may place a hold on the property for a period not to exceed 90
days. When a peace officer places a hold on the property, the peace officer shall give
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the pawnbroker, secondhand dealer, or coin dealer a written notice at the time the hold
is placed, describing the item or items to be held. During that period the pawnbroker,
secondhand dealer, or coin dealer shall not release or dispose of the property, except
pursuant to a court order or upon receipt of a written authorization signed by any peace
officer who is a member of the law enforcement agency of which the peace officer
placing the hold on the property is a member. A pawnbroker, secondhand property
dealer, or coin dealer shall not be subject to civil liability for compliance with this section.
(b) Whenever property that is in the possession of a pawnbroker, secondhand dealer, or
coin dealer whether or not the property has been placed on hold, is required by a peace
officer in a criminal investigation, the pawnbroker, secondhand dealer, or coin dealer,
upon reasonable notice, shall produce the property at reasonable times and places or
may deliver the property to the peace officer upon the request of any peace officer.
(c) Whenever a law enforcement agency has knowledge that property in the possession
of a pawnbroker, secondhand dealer, or coin dealer has been reported lost or stolen,
the law enforcement agency shall notify in writing the person who reported the property
as lost or stolen of the following:
(1) The name, address, and telephone number of the pawnbroker, secondhand dealer,
or coin dealer who reported the acquisition of the property.
(2) That the law neither requires nor prohibits payment of a fee or any other condition in
return for the surrender of the property, except that when the person who reported the
property lost or stolen does not choose to participate in the prosecution of an identified
alleged thief, the person shall pay the pawnbroker, secondhand dealer, or coin dealer
the “out-of-pocket” expenses paid in the acquisition of the property in return for the
surrender of the property.
(3) That if the person who reported the property as lost or stolen takes no action to
recover the property from the pawnbroker, secondhand dealer, or coin dealer within 60
days of the mailing of the notice, the pawnbroker, secondhand dealer, or coin dealer
within 60 days of the mailing of the notice, the pawnbroker, secondhand dealer, or coin
dealer may treat the property as other property received in the ordinary course of
business. During the 60-day notice period, the pawnbroker, secondhand dealer, or coin
dealer may not release the property to any other person.
(4) That a copy of the notice, with the address of the person who reported the property
as lost or stolen deleted, will be mailed to the pawnbroker, secondhand dealer, or coin
dealer who is in possession of the property.
(d) When property that is in the possession of a pawnbroker, secondhand dealer, or
coin dealer is subject to a hold as provided in subdivision (a), and the property is no
longer required for the purpose of a criminal investigation, the law enforcement agency
that placed the hold on the property shall release the hold on the property. When the
law enforcement agency has knowledge that the property has been reported lost or
stolen, the law enforcement agency shall then make notification to the person who
reported the property as lost or stolen pursuant to subdivision (c).
(e) If a pledgor seeks to redeem property that is subject to a hold, the pawnbroker shall
advise the pledgor of the name of the peace officer who placed the hold on the property
and the name of the law enforcement agency of which the officer is a member. If the
property is not required to be held pursuant to a criminal prosecution the hold shall be
released.
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(f) Whenever information regarding allegedly lost or stolen property is entered into the
Department of Justice automated property system or automated firearms system, and
the property is thereafter identified and found to be in the possession of a pawnbroker,
secondhand dealer, or coin dealer, and the property is thereafter placed on a hold
pursuant to this section and the hold, including any additional hold, is allowed to lapse,
or 60 days elapse following the delivery of the notice required to be given by this section
to the person who reported the property to be lost or stolen without a claim being made
by that person, whichever is later, the pawnbroker, secondhand dealer, or coin dealer
may mail under a Certificate of Mailing issued by the United States Post Office,
addressed to the law enforcement agency that placed the property on hold, a written
request to delete the property listing from the Department of Justice automated property
system or automated firearms system, as is applicable. Within 30 days after the request
has been mailed, the law enforcement agency shall either cause the property listing to
be deleted as requested or place a hold on the property. If no law enforcement agency
takes any further action with respect to the property within 45 days after the mailing of
the request, the pawnbroker, secondhand dealer, or coin dealer may presume that the
property listing has been deleted as requested and may thereafter deal with the
property accordingly, and shall not be subject to liability arising from the failure of the
removal of the property listing from the Department of Justice automated property
system or automated firearms system.
(g) Nothing in this section shall be construed to alter the authority of a peace officer to
seize property pursuant to any other provision of statutory or case law.

21650. Adequate evidence of authority to sell
As used in this article, "adequate evidence of authority to sell" is evidence from which a
reasonable person would conclude that the person presenting the evidence is the owner
of the item he is attempting to sell or is the agent of such owner and is authorized by the
owner to sell such item.

21652. Presentation to dealer of adequate evidence of authority to sell
Every junk dealer or secondhand dealer shall, before accepting for resale from any
person any finished product, new item of finished or merchandisable quality, inventory
item of new materials or finished quality, or other goods and materials in such a state or
condition as to show that they are neither abandoned nor scrapped, shall require that
such person present adequate evidence of authority to sell. Violation of this section is a
misdemeanor.

21653. Violations
Every junk dealer or secondhand dealer who resells any item acquired in violation of
Section 21652 is guilty of a felony, if the value of the item exceeds four hundred dollars
($400), and is guilty of a misdemeanor if the value of the item does not exceed four
hundred dollars ($400).
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Financial Code

21306. Exemption; secondhand dealer license
A pawnbroker licensed under Section 21300 is exempt from the licensing requirements
under Sections 21641 and 21642 of the Business and Professions Code and may
engage in any transaction involving tangible personal property for which a secondhand
dealers license is required under Sections 21641 and 21642 of the Business and
Professions Code. Pawnbrokers operating under this license exemption are required to
conform to all other requirements of secondhand dealers for which a license is required
under Sections 21641 and 21642 of the Business and Professions Code.
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                      LOS ANGELES COUNTY CODE
        (AS ADOPTED BY THE CITY OF SANTA CLARITA UNDER TITLE 5)

Chapter 7.76 SALE OF SECONDHAND GOODS

Part 1 LICENSING GENERALLY
7.76.010 License--Application required--Filing.
7.76.020 Action on application.
7.76.030 Additional information.

Part 2 AUCTIONEERS
7.76.040 License--Required--Fee.
7.76.050 Exceptions to Part 2 applicability--Certain public property.
7.76.060 Exceptions to Part 2 applicability--Private residence sales.
7.76.070 License--Bond required.
7.76.080 Form of bond.
7.76.090 Alternative bond.
7.76.100 Savings and loan certificates and shares.
7.76.110 Satisfaction of judgment--Filing of agreement required.
7.76.120 Sale at private residence--Merchandise restrictions.
7.76.130 Goods of one person--Sale restrictions.
7.76.140 Goods of one person--Exceptions to restrictions.
7.76.150 Recordkeeping requirements.

Part 3 FOUNDRY
7.76.160 Foundry defined.
7.76.170 License required.

Part 4 OIL-TOOL EXCHANGE
7.76.180 Definitions.
7.76.190 License required.
7.76.200 Transactions with persons under 21 years of age prohibited.

Part 5 PAWNBROKERS
7.76.210 Definitions.
7.76.220 License required.
7.76.230 Hours of operation.

Part 6 SECONDHAND DEALERS AND SALVAGE COLLECTORS
7.76.240 Definitions.
7.76.250 Salvage collector--License required.
7.76.260 Salvage dealer--License required.
7.76.270 Secondhand dealer--License required.
7.76.280 Charitable institutions--Licensing.
7.76.290 Charitable institutions--Identification cards for drivers.
7.76.300 Hours of operation.
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Part 7 RECORDS AND DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY
7.76.310 Buy-form--Defined.
7.76.320 Copy of chapter furnished to licensee.
7.76.330 Buy-form--Daily transmittal to sheriff required--Contents.
7.76.340 Buy-form--Identification of seller or pledger.
7.76.350 Seller or pledger of merchandise--Identification required.
7.76.360 Disposal of merchandise--Holding period.
7.76.370 Goods not to be altered.
7.76.380 Goods not to be destroyed.
7.76.390 Exemptions--Purchases from other licensees.
7.76.400 Exemptions--Certain articles.
7.76.410 Exemptions--Purchases from established business.
7.76.420 Release of goods following sheriff’s inspection.
7.76.430 Hold order by sheriff--Conditions.
7.76.440 Export of goods--Inspection required.
7.76.450 Records to be retained--By licensee.
7.76.460 Records to be retained--By sheriff.

Part 1 LICENSING GENERALLY

7.76.010 License--Application required--Filing.
Every person desiring to obtain a license to conduct or carry on any business
mentioned or defined in this chapter shall file an application in writing therefor, in the
office of the county tax collector upon a form to be provided by the tax collector. (Ord.
5860 Ch. 7 Art. 1 § 1301, 1951.)

7.76.020 Action on application.
Upon receipt of an application for a license, the tax collector shall send copies of such
application to those officers and departments designated by the board of supervisors.
(Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 1 § 1302, 1951.)

7.76.030 Additional information.
Every officer and department to which an application for a license is referred may
require such additional information and the filing of such additional forms as he deems
necessary. (Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 1 § 1303, 1951.)

Part 2 AUCTIONEERS

7.76.040 License--Required--Fee.
Every auctioneer shall pay an annual license fee in the amount set forth in Section
7.14.010 of this title, under the appropriate heading. (Ord. 11209 § 1 (part), 1975: Ord.
8608 § 1 (part), 1964: Ord. 7159 § 10 (part), 1957: Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 2 § 1311,
1951.)
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7.76.050 Exceptions to Part 2 applicability--Certain public property.
No auctioneer’s license is required for the selling of any goods at public sale belonging
to the United States, or to this state, or for the sale of property by virtue of any process
issued by any state or federal court. (Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 2 § 1312, 1951.)

7.76.060 Exceptions to Part 2 applicability--Private residence sales.
No auctioneer’s license is required from any person selling his own property at his own
private residence. (Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 2 § 1313, 1951.)

7.76.070 License--Bond required.
The tax collector shall not issue an auctioneer’s license until the applicant files with the
tax collector an auctioneer’s bond complying with this Part 2. (Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 2 §
1314, 1951.)

7.76.080 Form of bond.
An auctioneer’s bond shall be approved by the tax collector and be in substance in the
following form:
“AUCTIONEER’S BOND
“KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:
That we ______ as Principal, and _________ and ____________, as sureties, are held
and firmly bound, both jointly and severally, in the sum of Five Thousand Dollars, lawful
money of the United States, unto the County of Los Angeles, a political subdivision, and
to every person, firm or corporation; insuring any of them against any loss or damage
that may result to any person, firm or corporation who is aggrieved or damaged by any
act of the principal as auctioneer or by any of his employees in violation of or contrary to
any provision of Section 1317 of Ordinance No. 5860, entitled “An ordinance regulating
and licensing businesses and other activities,” adopted November 27, 1951, as
amended, or by the fraud or other misleading of any kind by the principal or by any
employee of the principal. This undertaking is not void upon the first recovery but may
be sued upon and recovered upon from time to time by any person aggrieved until the
whole penalty is exhausted in the full sum of $5,000 lawful money of the United States
of America, for the payment of which well and truly to be made we hereby bind
ourselves and our heirs, and each of our successors and assigns, jointly and severally,
firmly by these presents.” (Ord. 7778 § 6 (part), 1960: Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 2 § 1315,
1951.)

7.76.090 Alternative bond.
An applicant for an auctioneer’s license may present to the county counsel an
auctioneer’s bond worded differently than as quoted in Section 7.76.080. If the bond as
presented has the same legal effect as a bond reading exactly as quoted in Section
7.76.080, the county counsel may approve such bond and the tax collector may accept
such bond in lieu of the bond worded exactly as quoted in said Section 7.74.080. (Ord.
5860 Ch. 7 Art. 2 § 1316, 1951.)
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7.76.100 Savings and loan certificates and shares.
In lieu of the undertaking required by this Part 2, the auctioneer may deposit with the tax
collector and assign to the county savings and loan certificates or shares to the value of
$5,000.00, subject to all of the provisions of Chapter 4.36 of this code. (Ord. 9807 § 8
(part), 1969: Ord. 7848 § 2 (part), 1960: Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 2 § 1316.2, 1951.)

7.76.110 Satisfaction of judgment--Filing of agreement required.
An auctioneer who deposits with the clerk of the board and assigns to the county
savings and loan certificates or shares in lieu of filing the undertaking required by this
Part 2 also, at the same time, shall file with the clerk of the board an agreement in
writing in which he agrees that the county may, and the county may, satisfy, either in
whole or in part, from such certificates or shares, any final judgment, the payment of
which would have been guaranteed by the undertaking required by this Part 2. (Ord.
7848 § 2 (part), 1960: Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 2 § 1316.4, 1951.)

7.76.120 Sale at private residence--Merchandise restrictions.
A person shall not sell at public auction any goods, wares or merchandise from a private
residence except goods, wares or merchandise belonging to the resident of such home
and used as or as part of the furnishings of such residence. (Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 2 §
1317, 1951.)

7.76.130 Goods of one person--Sale restrictions.
If either a public or private auction is advertised to be, or in any manner represented to
be, sale of the property or stock of any particular person, a person shall not sell or offer
for sale at such auction any goods, wares or merchandise other than the property or
stock of such person. (Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 2 § 1318, 1951.)

7.76.140 Goods of one person--Exceptions to restrictions.
A. Section 7.76.130 does not prohibit the sale at the same private or public auction of
goods, wares or merchandise, other than the property or stock of such person, firm or
corporation if:
1. All written advertisements, representations or other announcements state, in type not
smaller than the largest type used in such advertisement, representation or other
announcement:
“Property other than, and in addition to the property (or stock or goods) of
_____________________ (naming the person or business) will also be offered for
sale.”;
2. Every person who orally announces such sale, at the same time, in a voice not less
audible, distinctly and clearly states that property other than and in addition to the
property, stock or goods of such person or business will also be offered for sale.
B. This section does not modify in any way the provisions of Section 7.76.120. (Ord.
5860 Ch. 7 Art. 2 § 1319, 1951.)
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7.76.150 Recordkeeping requirements.
In addition to the requirements of Part 7 of this chapter, every auctioneer shall include,
in the records kept by him, the amount and date of all sales and names of the persons
to whom sold. (Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 2 § 1320, 1951.)

Part 3 FOUNDRY

7.76.160 Foundry defined.
As used in this Part 3, “foundry” includes any place where metals are melted or cast, or
both, including die casting. (Ord. 8073 § 19, 1961: Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 4 § 1324, 1951.)

7.76.170 License required.
Every person conducting a foundry shall first procure a license and pay an annual
license fee in the amount set forth in Section 7.14.010 of this title, under the appropriate
heading. (Ord. 11209 § 1 (part), 1975: Ord. 8608 § 1 (part), 1964: Ord. 7159 § 12 (part),
1957: Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 4 § 1325, 1951.)

Part 4 OIL-TOOL EXCHANGE

7.76.180 Definitions.
A. “Itinerant oil-tool exchange” means any person having no established place of
business and engaged in buying or selling, or both, as owner or consignee, or
exchanging any secondhand oilwell tools, oil-well machinery, oil-well equipment, mining
supplies, mining equipment, mining machinery or other goods, wares or merchandise
used in or appurtenant to oil drilling, oil pumping, or mining, or any secondhand tools,
machinery, equipment or other goods, wares or merchandise which can be used in or
appurtenant to oil drilling, oil pumping, or mining
B. “Oil-tool exchange” means any person engaged in or conducting the business of
buying or selling, or both, as owner or as consignee, or exchanging any secondhand oil-
well tools, oil-well machinery, oil-well equipment, mining supplies, mining equipment,
mining machinery, or other goods, wares or merchandise used in or appurtenant to oil
drilling, oil pumping, or mining, or any secondhand tools, machinery, equipment or other
goods, wares or merchandise which can be used in or appurtenant to oil drilling, oil
pumping, or mining, and who has a permanent place of business. (Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art.
5 §§ 1331 and 1332, 1951.)

7.76.190 License required.
Every person conducting either an oil-tool exchange or itinerant oil-tool exchange shall
pay an annual license fee in the amount set forth in Section 7.14.010 of this title, under
the appropriate heading. (Ord. 11209 § 1 (part), 1975: Ord. 8608 § 1 (part), 1964: Ord.
7159 § 12 (part). 1957: Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 5 § 1333, 1951.)
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7.76.200 Transactions with persons under 21 years of age prohibited.
Oil-tool exchanges and itinerant oil-tool exchanges shall not deal with, exchange,
purchase, or take as a pledge or otherwise, any goods, wares or merchandise offered to
such oil-tool exchange or itinerant oil-tool exchange from any minor under 21 years of
age. (Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 5 § 1334, 1951.)

Part 5 PAWNBROKERS

7.76.210 Definitions.
A. “Pawnbroker” means any person engaged in any one or more of the following
businesses:
1. Pawnbroking;
2. Lending money for himself or any other person upon personal property, pawns or
pledges, in the possession of the lender;
3. Purchasing articles of personal property and reselling or agreeing to resell such
articles to the vendors or assignees at prices agreed upon at or before the time of such
purchase.
B. “Pawnshop” means any room, store, building or other place in which the business of
pawnbroker is engaged in, carried on or conducted. (Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 6 §§ 1341
and 1342, 1951.)

7.76.220 License required.
Every pawnbroker shall first procure a license and pay an annual license fee in the
amount set forth in Section 7.14.010 of this title, under the appropriate heading. (Ord.
11209 § 1 (part), 1975: Ord. 8608 § 1 (part), 1964: Ord. 7159 § 12 (part), 1957: Ord.
5860 Ch. 7 Art. 6 § 1343, 1951.)

7.76.230 Hours of operation.
A pawnbroker shall not, and an agent or employee of a pawnbroker shall not, accept
any pledge, or loan any money on personal property, or purchase or receive any goods
or merchandise, or any article or thing whatsoever, or in any manner whatsoever
engage in or conduct the business of pawnbroker between 7:00 p.m. of any day and
7:00 a.m. of the following day. (Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 6 § 1344, 1951.)

Part 6 SECONDHAND DEALERS AND SALVAGE COLLECTORS

7.76.240 Definitions.
A. “Salvage collector” means a person, not an itinerant oil-tool exchange, and not
having a fixed place of business in the unincorporated territory of the county, who goes
from house to house, or from place to place, gathering, collecting, buying, selling or
otherwise dealing in any old rags, sacks, bottles, cans, papers, metal (including gold
and mercury), or other articles commonly known as salvage.
B. “Salvage dealer” means a person, not an auto wrecker and not an oil-tool exchange,
having a fixed place of business in the county and engaged in conducting, managing,
carrying on or maintaining any place where old rags, sacks, bottles, papers, metals or
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other articles commonly known as salvage, except gold or silver or platinum or mercury,
are gathered together, stored or kept for shipment, sale or transfer.
C. “Secondhand dealer” is a person, other than a used-car dealer or dealer in
secondhand books or magazines, engaged in conducting, managing or carrying on the
business of buying, selling or otherwise dealing in secondhand goods, wares or
merchandise, including gold, silver, platinum and mercury, but does not include a
person who does not sell, or offer to sell, secondhand goods, wares or merchandise
except such as is received by such person as payment or part payment for a new article
sold by him. (Ord. 8073 § 21 (part), 1961: Ord. 7778 § 6 (part), 1960: Ord. 7462 § 19
(part), 1959: Ord. 6087 § 2 (part), 1952: Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 7 §§ 1351, 1353 and
1355, 1951.)

7.76.250 Salvage collector--License required.
Except as hereinafter in this Part 6 otherwise provided, every salvage collector, for each
wagon, vehicle, motor vehicle or car used by him in his business, shall first pay an
annual license fee in the amount set forth in Section 7.14.010 of this title, under the
appropriate heading. (Ord. 11209 § 1 (part), 1975: Ord. 8608 § 1 (part), 1964: Ord.
8073 § 21 (part), 1961: Ord. 7159 § 12 (part), 1957: Ord. 6856 § 7 (part), 1954: Ord.
5860 Ch. 7 Art. 7 § 1356, 1951.)

7.76.260 Salvage dealer--License required.
Every salvage dealer shall first procure a license and pay an annual license fee in the
amount set forth in Section 7.14.010 of this title, under the appropriate heading. (Ord.
11209 § 1 (part), 1975: Ord. 9630 § 8 (part), 1968: Ord. 8608 § 1 (part), 1964: Ord.
8073 § 21 (part), 1961: Ord. 7159 § 12 (part), 1957: Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 7 § 1354,
1951.)

7.76.270 Secondhand dealer--License required.
Except as in this title otherwise provided, every secondhand dealer shall first procure a
license and shall pay an annual license fee in the amount set forth in Section 7.14.010,
under the appropriate heading. (Ord. 11209 § 1 (part), 1975: Ord. 8608 § 1 (part), 1964:
Ord. 7159 § 12 (part), 1957: Ord. 6087 § 2 (part), 1952: Ord. 5958 § 16, 1952: Ord.
5860 Ch. 7 Art. 7 § 1352, 1951.)

7.76.280 Charitable institutions--Licensing.
Any institution or organization which is conducted, managed or carried on exclusively
for the benefit of charitable purposes, from which no profit is derived either directly or
indirectly by any person other than bona fide employees thereof, which files with the tax
collector, in addition to all matters and information otherwise provided for in this chapter,
a certified copy of its articles of incorporation, if any, and a statement in writing, duly
sworn to by one of its officers, setting forth the purposes of such institution or
organization, which sworn statement includes a detailed statement as to its manner of
doing business and dispensing charity, and such other information as the tax collector
requires, may obtain a license in the amount set forth in Section 7.14.010 of this title
under the appropriate heading. (Ord. 11209 § 1 (part), 1975: Ord. 8608 § 1 (part), 1964:
Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art.7 § 1357, 1951.)
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7.76.290 Charitable institutions--Identification cards for drivers.
Such charitable institution or organization shall furnish to each driver of every vehicle
used to collect salvage for such institution, and to every individual employed to assist
such driver, an identification card containing the name of the charitable institution or
organization, the name and complete description of the driver or individual employed to
assist a driver, including age, sex, race, height, weight, complexion, and color of eyes
and hair. (Ord. 8073 § 21 (part), 1961: Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 7 § 1358, 1951.)

7.76.300 Hours of operation.
A person engaged in conducting, managing or carrying on the business of secondhand
dealer, salvage dealer or salvage collector shall not, and an agent or employee of and
such person shall not, accept any pledge or loan any money upon personal property or
purchase or receive any goods, wares or merchandise, or any article or thing, or in any
manner whatsoever engage in or conduct any such business between the hour of 7:00
in the afternoon of any day and the hour of 7:00 of the forenoon of the following day.
(Ord. 8073 § 21 (part), 1961: Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 7 § 1359.)

Part 7 RECORDS AND DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY

7.76.310 Buy-form--Defined.
The term “buy-form” mentioned in this Part 7 means and shall be the name of the form
or forms furnished by the state of California to the licensee for the purpose of recording
and furnishing by the licensee to the sheriff of the required information relative to
purchases, pledges or consignments. (Ord. 88-0126 § 33, 1988: Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 9
§ 1391, 1951.)

7.76.320 Copy of chapter furnished to licensee.
A copy of this Chapter 7.76 shall be furnished each new licensee upon the first delivery
of the buy-form by the sheriff, and the licensee must be furnished with all subsequent
amendments that affect the type of business of the licensee. Additional copies of this
chapter and amendments may be procured from the office of the board by the licensee
upon demand. (Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 9 § 1406, 1951.)

7.76.330 Buy-form--Daily transmittal to sheriff required--Contents.
Every licensee under this chapter shall, at the close of each business day, mail to the
sheriff the buy-form, or buy-forms made out during that day. Such buy-forms shall
contain a full, true and complete report of all goods, wares, merchandise or other things
received on deposit, pledged or purchased, during that day, except household furniture,
used tires and used batteries, which household furniture, used tires or used batteries
were taken in part payment for new tires or new batteries, and except merchandise
originally sold new by the licensee and subsequently taken as a trade-in on other
merchandise sold by the same licensee, and shall also contain other information
required by the sheriff which, considering the type of business of the licensee, may
assist in the detection of stolen property. (Ord. 5958 § 18 (part), 1952: Ord. 5860 Ch. 7
Art. 9 §1392, 1951.)
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7.76.340 Buy-form--Identification of seller or pledger.
Every licensee under this chapter shall enter upon the buy-form positive identification
furnished by the seller, pledge-maker or consignee, such as driver’s license number,
work badge number, auto or truck license number, salvage collector’s business license
number, in addition to the individual’s true name and address. In addition to the positive
identification mentioned above, the licensee shall require the seller, pledge-maker or
consignee to furnish a plain impression print of his right index finger, or next finger in the
event of amputation, upon the face side of the original sheet of the buy-form. (Ord. 8097
§ 6 (part), 1961: Ord. 7778 § 6 (part), 1960: Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 9 § 1393, 1951.)

7.76.350 Seller or pledger of merchandise--Identification required.
Every person who sells, pledges or consigns any property to any licensee in the course
of business covered by such license, except household furniture, used tires or used
batteries then in part payment for new tires or new batteries, and except merchandise
originally sold new by the licensee and subsequently then as a trade-in on other
merchandise sold by the same licensee, shall furnish true, positive identification to the
licensee by which such person can be located by the sheriff. (Ord. 5958 § 18 (part),
1952: Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 9 § 1394, 1951.)

7.76.360 Disposal of merchandise--Holding period.
A person, other than a used car dealer, shall not melt, destroy, sell or otherwise dispose
of any article, goods, wares, merchandise or thing obtained or used in any business for
the conduct of which a license is required by this chapter until 14 days after making a
report to the sheriff as required by Section 7.76.330 that such article, goods, wares,
merchandise or thing has been purchased or received by such person, firm or
corporation. (Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 9 § 1397, 1951.)

7.76.370 Goods not to be altered.
Until any article, goods, wares, merchandise or thing pledged to or purchased by any
licensee under this chapter are held for the time required by this chapter or released by
the sheriff, such licensee shall not clean, alter, repair, paint or otherwise change the
appearance of such articles, goods, wares, merchandise or things. At all times during
business hours, he shall expose the same to public view. (Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 9 §
1399, 1951.)

7.76.380 Goods not to be destroyed.
A foundry or salvage dealer shall not melt, destroy, sell or otherwise dispose of any
metal purchased or received by it which is, or by economically feasible repair can be
made usable for the purpose for which it was originally designed until 21 days after
making a report to the sheriff as required by Section 7.76.330 that such metal has been
received by the foundry or salvage dealer. (Ord. 8097 § 6 (part), 1961: Ord. 5860 Ch. 7
Art. 9 § 1398, 1951.)
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7.76.390 Exemptions--Purchases from other licensees.
The waiting period mentioned in Section 7.76.380 and the making of buy-forms
mentioned in Section 7.76.330 does not apply to property purchased from a licensee
holding a similar county license, if in the sale of such property such licensee has
complied with all the provisions of this Title 7. This section does not apply to purchases
made by salvage dealers from salvage collectors. A salvage collector’s license is not
similar to a salvage dealer’s license. (Ord. 8097 § 6 (part), 1961: Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 9
§ 1403, 1951.)

7.76.400 Exemptions--Certain articles.
The provisions contained in Sections 7.76.380 and 7.76.450 shall not be deemed to
apply to the purchase or the sale by salvage dealers or salvage collectors of rags,
bottles (other than milk or cream bottles), secondhand sacks (other than cement sacks),
barrels, cans, shoes, lamps, stoves or household furniture (with the exception of sewing
machines and musical instruments), or the purchase or sale by secondhand dealers of
household furniture, with the exception of sewing machines, all musical instruments,
and typewriters. (Ord. 8097 § 6 (part), 1961: Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 9 § 1404, 1951.)

7.76.410 Exemptions--Purchases from established business.
The waiting period required by Section 7.76.380 does not apply to property purchased
on a bill of sale or invoice from a regularly established place of business. As used in this
section, an “established place of business” means a place of business which has been
dealing in the type of articles purchased at the same location for not less than two
years. (Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 9 § 1405, 1951.)

7.76.420 Release of goods following sheriff’s inspection.
The sheriff may release any property covered by this Chapter 7.76 which he inspects, if
after such inspection he is satisfied that such property is in the lawful possession of the
licensee. (Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 9 § 1400, 1951.)

7.76.430 Hold order by sheriff--Conditions.
The sheriff may place a hold order upon any property acquired by the licensee in the
course of his business for a period of 90 days, and upon release of such property may
require the licensee to keep a true record of such property, and include therewith the
true name and address of the person to whom such property was sold, or any other
method of disposition. (Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 9 § 1401, 1951.)

7.76.440 Export of goods--Inspection required.
A licensee under this Chapter 7.76 shall not export from this county any goods, wares,
merchandise or things pledged to or received by such licensee in his capacity as
licensee until the sheriff has inspected and released such property. (Ord. 5860 Ch. 7
Art. 9 § 1402, 1951.)
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7.76.450 Records to be retained--By licensee.
Every licensee shall preserve for a period of two years a copy of the buy-form provided
for that purpose, containing a carbon-copy record thereon of the original writing made
by the licensee, agent or employee, the original of which has been furnished to the
sheriff. Every such record and property pledged, purchased or received by such
licensee shall be produced for inspection to any peace officer. (Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 9 §
1395, 1951.)

7.76.460 Records to be retained--By sheriff.
The sheriff shall maintain a file of all reports received pursuant to the terms of this
chapter for a period of two years, and such reports shall be open to inspection by any
peace officer. (Ord. 5860 Ch. 7 Art. 9 § 1396, 1951.)
      
      
      
      
      
      



       
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