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Samoa. 1960 ‘Record of Dealings by Licensed Dealers.’ The Arms Ordinance 1960 [Consolidated Law as at 31 December 2007]; Section 4. Apia: Attorney General of Samoa. 11 August

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4. Record of Dealings by Licensed Dealers

(1) Every licensed dealer shall keep at the place of business referred to in his or her licence a book in which he or she shall record such particulars as may be
prescribed by regulations made under this Ordinance, and if there shall be no regulations, as may be required by the Arms Officer, relating to the receipt, manufacture, sale, or delivery by him or her of all ammunition, and of any firearms.

(2) Every licensed dealer shall at all times permit any member of Police to inspect and make copies of any entries in the book so kept by him or her as aforesaid, and shall at all times on demand afford to any member of Police all further information in his or her possession with respect to any dealings by him or her relating to firearms or ammunition.

(3) Every licensed dealer who commits a breach of this section is guilty of an offence, and shall be liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding 200 penalty units.

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