134.71(8)(d)3m. 3m. If a pawnbroker, secondhand article dealer, or secondhand jewelry dealer is required to submit a report under par. (e) concerning a secondhand article or secondhand jewelry purchased or received by the pawnbroker, secondhand article dealer, or secondhand jewelry dealer and the report is required to be submitted in an electronic format, the secondhand article or secondhand jewelry shall be kept on the pawnbroker's, secondhand article dealer's, or secondhand jewelry dealer's premises or other place for safekeeping for not less than 7 days after the report is submitted.
134.71(8)(d)4. 4. During the period set forth in subd. 1., 2., 3., or 3m., the secondhand article or secondhand jewelry shall be held separate and apart and may not be altered in any manner. The pawnbroker, secondhand article dealer, or secondhand jewelry dealer shall permit any law enforcement officer to inspect the secondhand article or secondhand jewelry during this period. Within 24 hours after a written request of a law enforcement officer during this period, a pawnbroker, secondhand article dealer, or secondhand jewelry dealer shall make available for inspection any secondhand article or secondhand jewelry that is kept off the premises for safekeeping. Any law enforcement officer who has reason to believe any secondhand article or secondhand jewelry was not sold or exchanged by the lawful owner may direct a pawnbroker, secondhand article dealer, or secondhand jewelry dealer to hold that secondhand article or secondhand jewelry for a reasonable length of time that the law enforcement officer considers necessary to identify it.
134.71(8)(d)5. 5. Subdivisions 1. to 4. do not apply to any of the following:
134.71(8)(d)5.a. a. A coin of the United States, any gold or silver coin or gold or silver bullion.
134.71(8)(d)5.b. b. A secondhand article or secondhand jewelry consigned to a pawnbroker, secondhand article dealer or secondhand jewelry dealer.
134.71(8)(e) (e) Report to law enforcement agency. Within 24 hours after purchasing or receiving a secondhand article or secondhand jewelry, a pawnbroker, secondhand article dealer or secondhand jewelry dealer shall make available, for inspection by a law enforcement officer, the original form completed under par. (c) 1. or the inventory under par. (c) 2., whichever is appropriate. Notwithstanding s. 19.35 (1), a law enforcement agency receiving the original form or inventory or a declaration of ownership may disclose it only to another law enforcement agency.
134.71(8)(f) (f) Exception for customer return or exchange. Nothing in this subsection applies to the return or exchange, from a customer to a secondhand article dealer or secondhand jewelry dealer, of any secondhand article or secondhand jewelry purchased from the secondhand article dealer or secondhand jewelry dealer.
134.71(9) (9)Secondhand article dealer mall or flea market.
134.71(9)(a)(a) The owner of any premises or land upon which 2 or more persons operate as secondhand article dealers may obtain a secondhand article dealer mall or flea market license for the premises or land if the following conditions are met:
134.71(9)(a)1. 1. Each secondhand article dealer occupies a separate sales location and identifies himself or herself to the public as a separate secondhand article dealer.
134.71(9)(a)2. 2. The secondhand article dealer mall or flea market is operated under one name and at one address, and is under the control of the secondhand article dealer mall or flea market license holder.
134.71(9)(a)4. 4. Each secondhand article dealer delivers to the secondhand article dealer mall or flea market license holder, at the close of business on each day that the secondhand article dealer conducts business, a record of his or her sales that includes the location at which each sale was made.
134.71(9)(b) (b) The secondhand article dealer license holder and each secondhand article dealer operating upon the premises or land shall comply with sub. (8).
134.71(10) (10)License revocation. A governing body of a county or municipality may revoke any license issued by it under this section for fraud, misrepresentation or false statement contained in the application for a license or for any violation of this section or s. 943.34, 948.62 or 948.63.
134.71(11) (11)Fees. The license fees under this section are:
134.71(11)(a) (a) For a pawnbroker's license, $210.
134.71(11)(b) (b) For a secondhand article dealer's license, $27.50.
134.71(11)(c) (c) For a secondhand jewelry dealer's license, $30.
134.71(11)(d) (d) For a secondhand article dealer mall or flea market license, $165.
134.71(12) (12)Applications and forms. The department of agriculture, trade and consumer protection shall develop applications and other forms required under subs. (5) (intro.) and (8) (c). The department shall make the applications and forms available to counties and municipalities for distribution to pawnbrokers, secondhand article dealers, and secondhand jewelry dealers at no cost. The department may make the applications and forms available to counties and municipalities by placing the applications and forms on an Internet Web site.
134.71(13) (13)Penalty.
134.71(13)(a)(a) Upon conviction for a first offense under this section, a person shall forfeit not less than $50 nor more than $1,000.
134.71(13)(b) (b) Upon conviction for a 2nd or subsequent offense under this section, a person shall forfeit not less than $500 nor more than $2,000.
134.71(14) (14)Ordinance. A county or municipality may enact an ordinance governing pawnbrokers, secondhand article dealers or secondhand jewelry dealers if that ordinance is at least as stringent as this section.
134.715 134.715 Flea markets; proof of ownership, receipts, returns.
134.715(1)(1) Definitions. In this section:
134.715(1)(a) (a) "Cosmetic" means an article intended to be applied to the human body for cleansing, beautifying, or altering appearance, but does not include soap.
134.715(1)(b) (b) "Device" has the meaning given in s. 450.01 (6).
134.715(1)(c) (c) "Drug" has the meaning given in s. 450.01 (10).
134.715(1)(d) (d) "Infant formula" means a food that is intended for consumption by infants.
134.715(1)(e) (e) "Proof of ownership" means all of the following information:
134.715(1)(e)1. 1. The name, address, and telephone number of the person that supplied the merchandise or a representative of the person that supplied the merchandise.
134.715(1)(e)2. 2. The name and address of the person that received the merchandise from the person who supplied the merchandise.
134.715(1)(e)3. 3. A description of the product, including the quantity of the product received from the person who supplied the merchandise.
134.715(2) (2)Proof required.
134.715(2)(a)(a) A person engaged in the sale of used or new goods at a flea market or at a similar facility may not sell any of the following merchandise, unless the person has proof of ownership of the merchandise:
134.715(2)(a)1. 1. Baby food of a type usually consumed by children under 3 years of age.
134.715(2)(a)2. 2. Cosmetics.
134.715(2)(a)3. 3. Devices.
134.715(2)(a)4. 4. Drugs.
134.715(2)(a)5. 5. Infant formula.
134.715(2)(a)6. 6. Batteries.
134.715(2)(a)7. 7. Razor blades.
134.715(2)(b) (b) A person required to have proof of ownership under this section shall make proof of ownership available for inspection by a law enforcement officer at any reasonable time.
134.715(3) (3)Penalty. A person who violates this section may be fined not more than $500 or imprisoned for not more than 30 days or both.
134.715 History History: 2011 a. 174.
134.72 134.72 Prohibition of certain unsolicited messages by facsimile machine.
134.72(1)(1) Definitions. In this section:
134.72(1)(a) (a) "Facsimile machine" means a machine that transmits copies of documents by means of a telephone line, telegraph line, microwave, satellite, radio wave, fiber optics, coaxial cable or any other transmission facility or any switching device.
134.72(1)(b) (b) "Facsimile solicitation" means the unsolicited transmission of a document by a facsimile machine for the purpose of encouraging a person to purchase property, goods or services.
134.72(2) (2)Prohibitions.
134.72(2)(a)(a) A person may not make a facsimile solicitation without the consent of the person solicited unless all of the following apply:
134.72(2)(a)1. 1. The document transmitted by facsimile machine does not exceed one page in length and is received by the person solicited after 9 p.m. and before 6 a.m.
134.72(2)(a)2. 2. The person making the facsimile solicitation has had a previous business relationship with the person solicited.
134.72(2)(a)3. 3. The document transmitted by facsimile machine contains the name of the person transmitting the document.
134.72(2)(b) (b) Notwithstanding par. (a), a person may not make a facsimile solicitation to a person who has notified the facsimile solicitor in writing, by telephone, or by facsimile transmission that the person does not want to receive facsimile solicitation.
134.72(2)(c) (c) A facsimile solicitor who receives notice under par. (b) may not disclose to another the facsimile transmission number of the person who gave the notice under par. (b). Each disclosure of a facsimile transmission number is a separate violation of this paragraph.
134.72(3) (3)Territorial application.
134.72(3)(a)(a) Intrastate. This section applies to any intrastate facsimile solicitation.
134.72(3)(b) (b) Interstate. This section applies to any interstate facsimile solicitation received by a person in this state.
134.72(4) (4)Penalty. A person who violates this section may be required to forfeit not more than $500.
134.73 134.73 Identification of prisoner making telephone solicitation.
134.73(1)(1) Definitions. In this section:
134.73(1)(a) (a) "Contribution" has the meaning given in s. 202.11 (5).
134.73(1)(b) (b) "Prisoner" means a prisoner of any public or private correctional or detention facility that is located within or outside this state.
134.73(1)(c) (c) "Solicit" has the meaning given in s. 202.11 (8).
134.73(1)(d) (d) "Telephone solicitation" means the unsolicited initiation of a telephone conversation for any of the following purposes:
134.73(1)(d)1. 1. To encourage a person to purchase property, goods, or services.
134.73(1)(d)2. 2. To solicit a contribution from a person.
134.73(1)(d)3. 3. To conduct an opinion poll or survey.
134.73(2) (2)Requirements. A prisoner who makes a telephone solicitation shall do all of the following immediately after the person called answers the telephone:
134.73(2)(a) (a) Identify himself or herself by name.
134.73(2)(b) (b) State that he or she is a prisoner.
134.73(2)(c) (c) Inform the person called of the name of the correctional or detention facility in which he or she is a prisoner and the city and state in which the facility is located.
134.73(3) (3)Territorial application.
134.73(3)(a)(a) Intrastate. This section applies to any intrastate telephone solicitation.
134.73(3)(b) (b) Interstate. This section applies to any interstate telephone solicitation received by a person in this state.
134.73(4) (4)Penalties.
134.73(4)(a)(a) A prisoner who violates this section may be required to forfeit not more than $500.
134.73(4)(b) (b) If a person who employs a prisoner to engage in telephone solicitation is concerned in the commission of a violation of this section as provided under s. 134.99, the person may be required to forfeit not more than $10,000.
134.73 History History: 2001 a. 16; 2013 a. 20.
134.74 134.74 Nondisclosure of information on receipts.
134.74(1)(1) In this section:
134.74(1)(a) (a) "Credit card" has the meaning given in s. 421.301 (15).
134.74(1)(b) (b) "Debit card" means a plastic card or similar device that may be used to purchase goods or services by providing the purchaser with direct access to the purchaser's account at a depository institution.
134.74(1)(c) (c) "Depository institution" means a bank, savings bank, savings and loan association, or credit union.
134.74(2) (2) Beginning on August 1, 2005, no person who is in the business of selling goods at retail or selling services and who accepts a credit card or a debit card for the purchase of goods or services may issue a credit card or debit card receipt, for that purchase, on which is printed more than 5 digits of the credit card or debit card number.
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2011-12 Wisconsin Statutes updated through 2013 Wis. Act 380 and all Supreme Court Orders entered before Oct. 4, 2014. Published and certified under s. 35.18. Changes effective after Oct. 4, 2014 are designated by NOTES. (Published 10-4-14)