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The Minutes of the Senatus Academicus of the State of Georgia, 1799–1842, at 86 (1810)

| , | 1810

And be it further ordained that no student shall be allowed to keep any gun, pistol, Dagger, Dirk sword cane or any other offensive weapon in College or elsewhere, neither shall they or either of them be allowed to be possessed of the same out of the c...

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R. H. Clark, The Code of the State of Georgia (1873) § 4528 – Deadly weapons not to be carried in public places

, | | 1873

No person in this State is permitted or allowed to carry about his or her person, any dirk, bowie knife, pistol or revolver, or any kind of deadly weapon, to any Court of justice, or any election ground, or precinct, or any place of public worship, or ...

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1924 Ga. Laws 283, An Act for the Protection of Game Birds in the County of Bartow, § 2.

| | 1924

. . . That any person who shall hunt, kill, or attempt to kill, any game bird or animal within the county limits of the County of Bartow, State of Georgia, by and with the use of an automatic, or repeating shot-gun, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, an...

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1921 Ga. Laws 248, Explosives, Use of Regulated, § 1.

| | 1921

That from and after the passage of this Act, It shall be unlawful for any person, association of persons, co-partnerships or corporations to have, own, possess or control within the State of Georgia, any dynamite, nitro-glycerine, gun cotton, or any ot...

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1921 Ga. Laws 95-97, Taxation, § 1087.

| | 1921

For the purpose of having a full and correct return of the real and personal property of this State, it shall be the duty of the Receiver of Tax Returns to present a list to each taxpayer, which shall contain the following . . . value of gun, pistols, ...

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1921 Ga. Laws 248, Explosives, Use of Regulated, § 1.

| | 1921

That from and after the passage of this Act, It shall be unlawful for any person, association of persons, co-partnerships or corporations to have, own, possess or control within the State of Georgia, any dynamite, nitro-glycerine, gun cotton, or any ot...

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Orville Park, Park’s Annotated Code of the State of Georgia 1914, Penal Code, Article 3, Carrying pistols without license, § 348(a)-(d).

, | | 1910

§ 348 (a). Carrying pistols without license. [It shall be unlawful for any person to have or carry about his person, in any county in the State of Georgia, any pistol or revolver without first taking out a license from the ordinary of the respecti...

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1910 Ga. Laws 137, Shooting at Houses, Prohibited, § 1.

| | 1910

. . . it shall be unlawful for any person to shoot at, toward or into any occupied dwelling house in this State with any gun, pistol, rifle or any other deadly firearm, except in defense of person, property, or habitation, or under the circumstances of...

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1906 Ga. Laws 600-01, § 27.

| | 1906

Be it further enacted, That the mayor and aldermen of said city shall have the right and authority to provide for the inspection of steam boilers, to regulate and prevent the storage of gunpowder, tar, pitch . . . or other combustible or explosive subs...

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1905 Ga. Laws 86, Rocking or Shooting at or in Cars, § 1.

| | 1905

. . . Any person who shall throw a rock or other missile at, towards or into any car of any passenger train upon any railroad or street railroad, or shoot any gun, pistol or firearms of any kind at, towards or into any such car, or shoot while in such ...

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1903 Ga. Laws 71, An Act for the Protection of the Officers and Employees of the Georgia Penitentiary at the Various Camps throughout the State, and for all other purposes, § 1.

| | 1903

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Georgia, and it is hereby enacted by authority of the same, That from and after the passage of this Act it shall be unlawful for any person in the State of Georgia to come inside of the guard-lines ...

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The Code of the State of Georgia. Adopted December 15th, 1895. Vol. 3 Page 147, Image 169 (1896) available at The Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources.

| | 1892

Rocking or Shooting at or in Cars. § 511. Any person who shall throw a rock or other missile at, towards, or into any car of any passenger train upon any railroad or street railroad, or shoot any gun, pistol, or firearms of any kind at, towards, o...

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1882 Ga. Laws 131, An Act to Prevent the Discharge of Fire-arms on the Public Highways of this State and within Fifty Yards of the Same; to make such an act a Misdemeanor, and Prescribe a Punishment Therefor, § 1.

| | 1882

. . . it shall be unlawful for any person between dark and daylight willfully and wantonly to fire off or discharge any loaded gun or pistol on any of the public highways in this State, and within fifty yards of any such public highway, except in defen...

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Orville Park, Park’s Annotated Code of the State of Georgia 1914, Penal Code, Article 3, Carrying concealed weapons, § 347 (§ 341).

| | 1882

§ 347. (§ 341.) Carrying concealed weapons. Any person having or carrying about his person, unless in an open manner and fully exposed to view, any kind of metal knucks, pistol, dirk, sword in a cane, spear, bowie-knife, or any other kind of ...

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Orville Park, Park’s Annotated Code of the State of Georgia 1914, Penal Code, Article 3, Pointing weapon at another, § 349 (§ 343).

| | 1880

§ 349. (§ 343.) Pointing weapon at another. Any person who shall intentionally point or aim a gun or pistol, whether loaded or unloaded, at another, not in a sham battle by the military, and not in self-defense, or in defense of habitation, p...

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1880 Ga. Laws 142, An Act to Prevent the Practice of Hunting Deer in the Night-time by Fire-light, usually called Fire-hunting, and to provide a Punishment Therefor, § 1.

| | 1880

That, from and after the passage of this Act, it shall be unlawful for any person or persons to hunt with a gun by fire-light, or kill any deer so hunting by fire-light in the night-time in this State (except upon his or their own premises) without the...

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1880 Ga. Laws 151, An Act to make Penal the Intentional Pointing, or Aiming of Fire-arms at Another, whether Loaded or Unloaded, § 1.

| | 1880

. . . from and after the passage of this Act, any person who shall intentionally point or aim a gun or pistol, whether loaded or unloaded, at another not in a sham-battle by the military, and not in self-defense, or in defense of habitation, property, ...

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