“Section 8. No person shall deliver a firearm to any person under the age of eighteen, or to one who he has reasonable cause to believe has been convicted of a crime of violence, or is a drug addict, an habitual drunkard, or of unsound mind.”
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Laws of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Passed at the Session of 1931 in the One Hundred and Fifty-Fifth Year of Independence Together with a Proclamation by the Governor, Declaring That He Has Filed Certain Bills in the Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth, with His Objections Thereto (Harrisburg, PA: N.P, 1931), 499. No. 158—An Act Regulating and Licensing the Sale, Transfer, and Possession of Certain Firearms; Prescribing Penalties, Procedure, and Rules of Evidence; Conferring Powers and Imposing Duties Courts of Quarter Sessions, Sheriffs, and Heads of Police Departments; and to Make Uniform the Law with Reference Thereto, § 8.