Uniform Firearms Act, ch. 208, § 8, 1935 S.D. Sess. Laws 355, 356.

No person shall deliver a pistol 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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The Laws Passed at the Twenty-Fourth Session of the Legislature of the State of South Dakota Begun and Held at Pierre, the Capital of Said State, on Tuesday, the Eighth Day of January, 1935, and Concluded on March 8, 1935: To Which Are Added the Laws Passed at the Special Session of the Twenty-Third Legislature of the State of South Dakota, Which Are Reprinted Herewith, Pursuant to the Provisions of Senate Joint Resolution, Chapter 141, Laws of 1935; Also Vote on State and Federal Constitutional Amendments, Initiated and Referred Laws, and the Constitution of the State of South Dakota (Pierre, SD: Hipple Printing Company, 1935), 356. Chapter 208 (H. B. 212)—An Act Entitled, An Act Regulating the Sale, Transfer, and Possession of Certain Firearms, Prescribing Penalties and Rules of Evidence, and to Make Uniform the Law with Reference Thereto, § 8. Approved March 14, 1935.