105. Every pawnbroker must procure and keep a register in which he must write or cause to be written, legibly, in French or in English, immediately upon the receipt of the article pawned:
(a) The description of such article;
(b) The amount of the loan;
(c) The day of the month and the year of the loan;
(d) The name and a description of the pawner; and
(e) The name of the street and number of the house where the pawner resides.
The entries in such register must be numbered consecutively in the order of the loans in the manner following, namely: the first loan made shall be indicated as No. 1; the second as No. 2, and so on until the end of the month, and in the same manner for the ensuing months. The pawnbroker must mention in the memorandum which he gives to the pawner the number corresponding to that of the entry made in the register regarding such loan.
The Government may determine upon the form of the register provided for by this section, and in such case every pawnbroker shall procure and keep a register in the form thus determined upon.
R. S. 1964, c. 79, s. 112.