Section 9-11-62

Fur dealers defined; presumptions.

Any person, other than a fur catcher shipping his own catch, who ships or carries skins and hides of fur-bearing animals out of this state shall be considered a dealer; provided, that any nonresident who accompanies, consults, advises, finances or associates with any resident dealer or trapper or fur catcher in the examination, grading or purchase of furs offered for sale within or without the state shall be presumed to be a dealer and shall be required to obtain a nonresident's license; provided further, that any resident of this state who accompanies, consults, advises, finances or associates with any nonresident, or whose operations under this article are financed in whole or in part by such nonresident, in the examination, grading or purchase of furs offered for sale within or without this state shall be presumed to be a dealer and shall be required to obtain a resident dealer's license.

(Acts 1935, No. 383, p. 813, § 17; Code 1940, T. 8, §100.)