A. Picture Identification and Tracking.
1. Any person who owns, conducts, operates, or manages a business where graffiti materials are sold shall obtain current and acceptable identification when selling graffiti material to any person. The purchaser shall sign a sales form that tracks the graffiti material by lot number. The seller completing the transaction shall initial the sales form, confirming that the purchaser is presenting acceptable identification that belongs to and is the same person as the purchaser. The entire sales form is subject to disclosure pursuant to Oregon Public Records Law.
2. The seller shall maintain a log of all sales of graffiti materials. The log shall include the names of purchasers, a description of the graffiti material sold to the purchaser, the invoice or sales form number for the sale and the date of the sale. The seller shall maintain the log for a period of two years from the date of the sale. Upon presentation of official identification, any representative of the Portland Police Bureau or any designated representative of the Manager may enter the business location of a business where graffiti materials are sold to ensure compliance with the provisions of this Chapter. The inspection shall be for the limited purpose of inspecting the business location, and the log maintained by the seller to determine compliance with the requirements of this Chapter. Any inspection under this Section shall be authorized to occur only during normal business hours of the business location.
3. For purposes of this Chapter, “acceptable identification” shall mean either a valid driver’s license, a State of Oregon Identification Card issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles, or a valid government-issued identification card and a second piece of identification one of which has a photograph of the purchaser. The employee completing the transaction must visually confirm that the photograph on the identification document is of the person presenting the identification and to whom the graffiti materials are being sold.
B. Display and Storage. As of November 1, 2007, it shall be unlawful for any person who owns, conducts, operates, or manages a business where graffiti materials are sold or who sells or offers for sale any graffiti material to store or display, or cause to be stored or displayed graffiti material in an area that is accessible to the public without employee assistance in the regular course of business pending legal sale or other disposition. This Ordinance shall not be construed to preclude or prohibit the storage or display of graffiti material in an area viewable by the public so long as such items are not accessible to the public without employee assistance.