§ 11-47-39. Issuance and conditions of dealer’s license.
The duly constituted licensing authorities of any city, town, or political subdivision of this state may grant licenses in form prescribed by the attorney general effective for not more than one year from date of issue permitting the licensee to sell pistols and revolvers at retail within this state, subject to the following conditions in addition to those specified in §§ 11-47-35 and 11-47-36, for breach of any of which the license shall be forfeited and the licensee subject to punishment as provided in this chapter:
(1) The business shall be carried on only in the building designated in the license.
(2) The license or a copy of it, certified by the issuing authority, shall be displayed on the premises where it can easily be read.
(3) No pistol or revolver shall be sold in violation of any provision of this chapter, nor shall a pistol or revolver be sold under any circumstances unless the purchaser is personally known to the seller or shall present clear evidence of his or her identity.
(4) The fee for issuing the license shall be five dollars ($5.00). The fee charged for the issuing of the license shall be applied for the use and benefit of the city or town.
History of Section.
P.L. 1959, ch. 75, § 1.