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The entries shall appear in chronological order, in ink or indelible pencil. Blank lines may not be left between entries. Obliterations, alterations, or erasures may not be made. Corrections shall be made by drawing a line in ink through the entry without destroying its legibility. The book shall be open to the inspection of a peace officer at reasonable times.
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