(a) A licensed retailer’s delivery employee shall not carry cannabis goods in the delivery vehicle with a value in excess of $5,000 at any time. The value of cannabis goods carried in the delivery vehicle for which a delivery order was not received and processed by the licensed retailer prior to the delivery employee departing from the licensed premises may not exceed $3,000.
(b) For the purposes of this section, the value of cannabis goods shall be determined using the current retail price of all cannabis goods carried by, or within the delivery vehicle of, the licensed retailer’s delivery employee.
(c) A delivery employee may only carry cannabis goods, cannabis accessories, branded merchandise of any licensee, or promotional materials in the delivery vehicle and may only perform deliveries for one licensed retailer at a time. A delivery employee must depart and return to the same licensed premises before taking possession of any cannabis goods from another licensee to perform deliveries.
(d) A licensed retailer’s delivery employee shall not leave the licensed premises with cannabis goods without at least one delivery order that has already been received and processed by the licensed retailer.
(e) Before leaving the licensed premises, the licensed retailer’s delivery driver must have a delivery inventory ledger of all cannabis goods provided to the licensed retailer’s delivery driver. For each cannabis good, the delivery inventory ledger shall include the type of good, the brand, the retail value, the track and trace identifier, and the weight, volume or other accurate measure of the cannabis good. All cannabis goods prepared for an order that was received and processed by the licensed retailer prior to the delivery driver’s departure from the licensed premises must be clearly identified on the inventory ledger. After each customer delivery, the delivery inventory ledger must be updated to reflect the current inventory in possession of the licensed retailer’s delivery driver.
Delivery inventory ledgers may be maintained electronically.
(f) The licensed retailer’s delivery driver shall maintain a log that includes all stops from the time the licensed retailer’s delivery driver leaves the licensed premises to the time that the licensed retailer’s delivery driver returns to the licensed premises, and the reason for each stop. The log shall be turned in to the licensed retailer when the licensed retailer’s delivery driver returns to the licensed premises. The licensed retailer must maintain the log as a commercial cannabis activity record as required by this division. The log may be maintained electronically.
(g) Prior to arrival at any delivery location, the licensed retailer must have received a delivery request from the customer and provided the delivery request receipt to the licensed retailer’s delivery driver electronically or in hard copy. The delivery request receipt provided to the licensed retailer’s delivery driver shall contain all of the information required in section 15420, except for the date and time the delivery was made, and the signature of the customer.
(h) Immediately upon request by the Department or any law enforcement officer, the licensed retailer’s delivery driver shall provide:
(1) All delivery inventory ledgers from the time the licensed retailer’s delivery driver left the licensed premises up to the time of the request;
(2) All delivery request receipts for cannabis goods carried by the driver, in the delivery vehicle, or any deliveries that have already been made to customers; and
(3) The log of all stops from the time the licensed retailer’s delivery driver left the licensed premises up to the time of the request.
(i) If a licensed retailer’s delivery driver does not have any delivery requests to be performed for a 30-minute period, the licensed retailer’s delivery driver shall not make any additional deliveries and shall return to the licensed premises. Required meal breaks shall not count toward the 30-minute period.
(j) Upon returning to the licensed premises, all undelivered cannabis goods shall be returned to inventory and all necessary inventory and track and trace records shall be updated as appropriate that same day.

Authority: Section 26013, Business and Professions Code. Reference: Sections 26070, 26090 and 26160, Business and Professions Code.

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