Chapter 13 LICENSES, PERMITS AND MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS REGULATIONS*
Section 13-119 Same--Maintenance; duration; location.
(a) All records required to be made and kept under the provisions
of this article shall be
maintained at the principal place of business of the dealer within the city for a period of eighteen
(18) months from the date a record is made; provided, however, that a transient dealer shall
deposit all records kept with the police chief or at some other location within the city during such
times within the three-year record-keeping period as the dealer is not maintaining a place of
business within the city.
(b) All records kept in compliance with the provisions of
this article shall be the property of
the dealer and shall in no respects be considered public records subject to the provisions of
Chapter 610 RSMo. 1969, or the provisions of section 2-23 of this Code.
(c) All records kept in compliance with the provisions of
this article shall be available for
inspection by the chief of police, his designee, or the business license administrator during all
regular business hours of the dealer at his principal place of business, or, in the case of a
transient dealer, at a repository designated by the dealer where such records are open for
inspection at least forty (40) hours each week.
(d) Failure to maintain such records within the city shall
constitute a Class A misdemeanor and
is punishable under the penalties established in section 16-66 of this Code for such Class A
(Code 1964, § 11.1380)