Act of March 23, 1935, ch. 172, § 8, Wash. Sess. Laws 599, 601.

"SEC. 8. Delivery to Minors and Others Forbid­den. No person shall deliver a pistol to any person under the age of twenty-one 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."

Full Text: 1909, WA, Session Laws of the State of Washington, ch. 172, § 8

Ernest N. Hutchinson and G. W. Hamilton, eds., Session Laws of the State of Washington Twenty-fourth Session Convened January 14, Adjourned March 14, 1935 (Olympia, WA: State Printing Plant, 1935), 601. Chapter 172 [S. B. 147.]—An Act Relating to Short Firearms and Other Weapons; Defining Terms; Regulating the Sale, Possession and Use Thereof; Pro­viding for Certain Licenses and Fixing Fees; Defining Certain Crimes and Prescribing Penalties, § 8. Passed the Senate February 26, 1935; Passed the House March 14, 1935; Approved by the Governor March 23, 1935.