ARTICLE 3

 

Regulation of Pistols [Repealed]

SECTIONS 23-31-110 to 23-31-200. Repealed by 2012 Act No. 285, Section 2, eff June 29, 2012.

Editor’s Note

Former Section 23-31-110 was entitled “Definitions” and was derived from 1962 Code Section 16-129; 1965 (54) 578; 1975 (59) 582; 1976 Act No. 685, Sections 1-3.

Former Section 23-31-130 was entitled “Retail dealers shall be licensed” and was derived from 1962 Code Section 16-129.3; 1965 (54) 578.

Former Section 23-31-140 was entitled “Purchase of pistol; residency requirement; driver’s license as proof; exceptions” and was derived from 1975 (59) 582; 1988 Act No. 492, Section 3; 1992 Act No. 305, Sections 1, 2; 1993 Act No. 181, Section 360; 1996 Act No. 459, Section 49; 2004 Act No. 242, Section 1; 2005 Act No. 169, Section 1.

Former Section 23-31-150 was entitled “Issuance, duration, conditions and forfeiture of retail dealer’s license” and was derived from 1962 Code Section 16-129.4; 1965 (54) 578; 1975 (59) 582; 1976 Act No. 685, Sections 5, 6; 1986 Act No. 433, Section 1; 2005 Act No. 169, Section 2.

Former Section 23-31-160 was entitled “Giving false information or evidence” and was derived from 1962 Code Section 16-129.5; 1965 (54) 578; 1976 Act No. 685, Section 7.

Former Section 23-31-170 was entitled “Mortgage, deposit or pledge of pistol” and was derived from 1962 Code Section 16-129.6; 1965 (54) 578.

Former Section 23-31-180 was entitled “Certain pistols declared to be contraband; forfeiture, seizure, and destruction; disposal restrictions; use for display” and was derived from 1962 Code Section 16-129.6:1; 1973 (58) 733; 1975 (59) 578; 1986 Act No. 532, Section 8; 1989 Act No. 172, Section 2; 1990 Act No. 556, Section 1; 1998 Act No. 297, Section 3.

Former Section 23-31-190 was entitled “Penalties; disposition of fines; forfeiture and disposition of pistols” and was derived from 1962 Code Section 16-129.7; 1965 (54) 578; 1975 (59) 582; 1993 Act No. 184, Section 198; 1996 Act No. 292, Section 5.

Former Section 23-31-200 was entitled “Construction” and was derived from 1962 Code Section 16-129.8; 1974 (58) 2871.