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When the purchaser of personal property capable of manual delivery and not in the possession of a third person, association, or corporation pays the purchase money, the peace officer shall deliver the property to the purchaser, and if desired, shall give the purchaser a bill of sale containing an acknowledgment of the payment. In all other sales of personal property, the peace officer shall give the purchaser a bill of sale with the like acknowledgment.
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