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Ordinance no. 22: An Ordinance Relating to Concealed Weapons and Providing Penalty for Carrying Same, THE HARLOWTON NEWS, Jun. 18, 1909, at 3 (Harlowton, Montana).

| | 1909

"ORDINANCE NO. 22.

    An ordinance relating to concealed weapons and providing penalty for carrying same.
    Be it ordained by the board of aldermen of the town of Harlowton.
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Ordinance no. 2: An Ordinance Relating to Concealed Weapons, THE ENTERPRISE, Oct. 20, 1909 at 1 (Malta, Montana).

| | 1909

"ORDINANCE NO. 2

    An ordinance relating to concealed weapons.
    Be it ordained by the town council of the town of Malta,

    Section 1. No person in this town shall wear und...

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Act of Mar. 13, 1911, ch. 145, § 101, Mont. Laws 432, 475 (relating to the state militia of Montana).

| | 1911

"Section 101. No body of men, other than the active militia and the troops of the United States, shall associate themselves together as a military company or organization, or parade in public with fire-arms in any city or town of this state; nor shall ...

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Chapter 22—Concealed Weapons, §§ 526-534 in Codified Ordinances of the City of Anaconda (1905).

, | | 1905

"Sec. 526. Carrying Concealed Weapons an Offense.—It shall be unlawful for any person within the limits of the City of Anaconda to carry or wear under his clothes or concealed about his person, any pistol, revolver, slung-shot, cross-knuckles, knuckl...

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Concealed Weapons, Ordinance No. 4 of The Charter and Ordinances of the City of Helena (1883).

, | | 1883

"Sec. 1. No person shall in this city wear under his clothes, or concealed on or about his person, any pistol or revolver, except by special permission from the mayor; nor shall any person wear under his clothes, or concealed on or about his person, an...

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1903 Mont. Laws 49, § 3

| | 1903

Section 3. If any person shall go into an church or religions assembly, any school room or other place where persons are assembled for amusement or for educational or scientific purposes, or into any circus, show, or public exhibition of any kind, or i...

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AN ACT relating to the arsenals and military stores of Montana Territory, Ch. LXII, in Laws, Memorials, and Resolutions of the Territory of Montana, passed at the Seventh Session of the Legislative Assembly, begun at Virginia City, Monday, December 4, 1871, and Concluded January 12, 1872, at 563.

| | 1872

Sec 1. It shall be the duty of any keeper of the arsenal, military stores, ammunition, arms and ordnance belonging to this territory . . . to report to the governor in writing the amount of such military stores and ammunition, and a list and descriptio...

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1918 Mont. Laws 6-7,9, An Act Entitled “An Act Providing for the Registration of All Fire Arms and Weapons and Regulating the Sale Thereof and Defining the Duties of Certain County Officers and Providing Penalties for a Violation of the Provisions of This Act,” ch. 2, §§ 1, 3, 8.

| | 1918

§ 1. Within thirty days from the passage and approval of this Act, every person within the State of Montana, who owns or has in his possession any fire arms or weapons shall make a full, true, and complete verified report upon the form hereinafter...

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1917 Mont. Laws 179-80, An Act to Establish a Game Preserve in South Moccasin Mountains, Fergus County, Montana, for the Protection of Game Animals and Game Birds, and Providing Penalties for the Pursuing, Hunting or Killing of Such Animals or Birds in Such Preserve, ch. 109, § 2.

| | 1917

It shall be unlawful for any person at any time to hunt, trap, kill, capture, chase or molest any game animals or game birds whatever within the limits of said game preserve, or to discharge any firearms or to create any unusual disturbance tending to ...

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1913 Mont. Laws 53, An Act to Provide that Aliens Shall Pay a Gun License, and Providing a Penalty for Failure to Obtain License; to Provide for and Regulate the Duties of the Game and Fish Warden and His Deputies, and to Provide for the Disposition of the Fines so Collected, ch. 38, § 1.

, , | | 1913

There is hereby created a gun license for aliens. No person not a bona fide citizen of the United States shall own or have in his possession, in the State of Montana, any gun, pistol or other firearm without first having obtained from the Game and Fish...

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1907 Mo. Laws 260, An Act Defining the Crime of Burglary with Explosives and Fixing Punishment Therefor, ch. 107, §§ 1-2.

| | 1907

§ 1. Any person who enters a building belonging to another with intent to commit a felony or other crime by the use of nitro glycerine, dynamite, gun powder or other high explosives or who commits a burglary by the use of such explosives is guilty...

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1903 Mont. Laws 135-36, An Act to Amend Section 908 of Chapter I Title VIII Part IV Division I of the Civil Code of Montana, and to Repeal Section 689 of the Penal Code, ch. 66, § 1.

| | 1903

If any railroad corporation within this State shall . . . transport within this State on any of its passenger cars, any oil of vitrol, gun powder, Lucifer matches, nitro glycerine, glynon oil, nytroleum or blasting oil, or nitrates oil, or powder mixed...

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Decius Spear Wade, The Codes and Statutes of Montana. In Force July 1st, 1895. Including the Political Code, Civil Code, Code of Civil Procedure and Penal Code. As Amended and Adopted by the Fourth Legislative Assembly, Together with Other Laws Continued in Force Page 873, Image 914 (Vol. 2, 1895) available at The Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources.

| | 1895

Crimes Against the Public Peace, § 759: Every person who brings into this state an armed person or armed body of men for the preservation of the peace or the suppression of domestic violence, except at the solicitation and by the permission of the...

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Decius Spear Wade, The Codes and Statutes of Montana in Force July 1st, 1895, Including the Political Code, Code of Civil Procedure and Penal Code. As Amended and Adopted by the Fourth Legislative Assembly, Together with Other Laws Continued in Force Page 873, Image 914 (Vol. 2, 1895) available at The Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources..

| | 1895

Section 758. Every person who within the limits of any city or town carries or bears concealed about his person a dirk, dagger, pistol, revolver, or other deadly weapon is punishable by a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars. This Section does not ap...

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1887 Mont. Laws 68, Extraordinary Session, An Act to Amend an Act Entitled An Act Concerning the Storage of Gunpowder, § 2.

| | 1887

No person, company, or corporation shall store, deposit or keep within the limits of any city, town or village, gunpowder, nitroglycerine, guncotton, dynamite, and other dangerous or powerful explosives exceeding fifty pounds, and no magazine or storeh...

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1887 Mont. Laws 549, Criminal Laws, Offences against Public Morality, Health, and Police, ch. 10, § 174.

| | 1887

[I]f any person shall have upon him or her any pistol, gun, knife, dirk-knife, bludgeon, or other offensive weapon, with intent to assault any person, every such person, on conviction, shall be fined not more than one hundred dollars, or imprisoned in ...

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1885 Mont. Laws 74, Deadly Weapons, An Act to Amend § 62 of Chapter IV of the Fourth Division of the Revised Statutes, § 62-63.

| | 1885

Every person in this territory having, carrying, or procuring from another person, any dirk, dirk-knife, sword, sword-cane, pistol, gun, or other deadly weapon, who shall in the presence of one or more persons, draw or exhibit any of said deadly weapon...

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1879 Mont. Laws 359, Offences against the Lives and Persons of Individuals, ch. 4, § 23.

| | 1879

If any person shall, by previous appointment or agreement, fight a duel with a rifle, shot-gun, pistol, bowie-knife, dirk, small-sword, back-sword, or other dangerous weapon, and in so doing shall kill his antagonist, or any person or persons, or shall...

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1873 Mont. Laws 46, An Act to Prevent Parties from Shooting within the Limits of Towns and Private Enclosures, § 1.

| | 1873

That it shall be unlawful for any person to fire any gun, pistol or any fire-arm, of whatever description, within the limits of any town, city, or village in this territory, or within the limits of any private enclosure which shall contain a dwelling h...

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1864 Mont. Laws 355, An Act to Prevent the Carrying of Concealed Deadly Weapons in the Cities and Towns of This Territory, § 1.

| | 1864

If any person shall within any city, town, or village in this territory, whether the same is incorporated or not, carry concealed upon his or her person any pistol, bowie-knife, dagger, or other deadly weapon, shall, on conviction thereof before any ju...

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