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Virgin Islands (US). 1994 ‘Application for Dealer's or Gunsmith's License.’ Virgin Islands (US) Code; Title 23, Chapter 5 (Section 462). Charlotte Amalie: Office of the Code Revisor, Legislature of the Virgin Islands (US). 6 April
23 V.I.C. § 462
(a) Any person wishing to obtain a license to engage in the business of dealer in firearms and/or ammunition or the business of gunsmith, or both, shall file with the Commissioner of Licensing and Consumer Affairs a sworn application in the manner provided by the said Commissioner of Licensing and Consumer Affairs in consultation with the Police Commissioner which application shall contain all the information necessary so that the license may be issued in accordance with the provisions of this chapter. Such application shall be transmitted to the Police Commissioner and no license shall be issued under this section without the latter Commissioner first making an investigation of all the statements set forth in the application and without the records of the Department first being examined for the purpose of determining any prior conviction of the applicant, and only when such an investigation establishes that the statements of the applicant are true, and that the applicant has not been convicted of any crime of violence and the Commissioner so certifies, recommending that the license be issued. Where the applicant is a corporation or partnership, no license shall be issued if any officer of the corporation, or partner of the partnership, has been convicted of any crime of violence.
(b) Licenses hereunder shall be issued for a term of one year, expiring in any event on the 15th day of January succeeding the date of issuance…