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1929 Neb. Laws 674, An Act Prohibiting the Sale, Possession and Transportation of Machine Guns within the State of Nebraska; and Prescribing Penalties for the Violation of the Provisions Hereof, ch. 190, §§ 1-2.

| | 1929

§ 1. Machine Guns – Sale Unlawful – Penalty – It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation, its or their agents or servants, to sell or cause to be sold or otherwise to dispose of any machine gun to any person in the ...

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1907 Neb. Laws 498-99, An Act Creating and Defining Burglary with Explosives, and Providing Penalties for the Violation Thereof, ch. 165, §§ 1, 2.

| | 1907

§ 1. Any person who brakes [sic] and enters, either by day or by night, any building, whether inhabited or not, and opens or attempts to open any vault, safe or other secure place, by the use of nitroglycerine, dynamite, gunpowder, or any other ex...

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1901 Neb. Laws 372, An Act, to Protect Fish, and Game . . . within the State of Nebraska, and to Provide Penalties for the Violation Thereof . . . , Art. II, ch. 36, § 4, pt. 8.

| | 1901

No game shall be pursued, taken, wounded or killed in the night, nor with a steel or hard pointed bullet, nor with any weapon other than an ordinary shoulder gun or pistol, nor shall any fish be taken or killed except in the ordinary manner with a line...

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1901 Neb. Laws 141, An Act, to Incorporate Cities of the First Class Having a Population of More Than Forty Thousand (40,000) and Less Than One Hundred Thousand (100,000) Inhabitants . . . , ch. 16, § 129, pt. 55.

| | 1901

Disorderly Assemblies – Concealed Weapons, Combustibles. – To prohibit riots, routs, noise, or disorderly assemblies; to prevent use of fire arms, rockets, powder, fire works, or other dangerous and combustible material; carrying of conceal...

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Compiled Ordinances of the City of Fairfield, Clay County, Nebraska Page 34, Image 34 (1899) available at The Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources.

| | 1899

Ordinance No. 20, An Ordinance to Prohibit the Carrying of Concealed Weapons and Fixing a Penalty for the violations of the same. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Council of the City of Fairfield, Nebraska: § 1. It shall be unlawful for any person ...

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1897 Neb. Laws 162, An Act To Amend . . . Compiled Statutes of 1895 for the Government of Cities, ch. 14, § 24, pt. 38.

| | 1897

To . . . regulate and prevent the transportation of gun powder or other explosives or combustible articles, tar, pitch, rosin, coal, oil, benzine [sic], turpentine, hemp, cotton, nitroglycerine, dynamite, petroleum, or any other productions thereof and...

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1895 Neb. Laws 210, Laws of Nebraska Relating to the City of Lincoln, An Ordinance Regulating and Prohibiting the Use of Fire-arms, Fire-works and Cannon in the City of Lincoln . . . Prescribing Penalties for Violation of the Provisions of This Ordinance, and Repealing Ordinances in Conflict Herewith, Art. XVI, § 6.

, | | 1895

The Mayor may grant to so many and such persons as he may think proper, licenses to carry concealed weapons, and may revoke any and all of such licenses at his pleasure. Every such license shall state the name, age, occupation, and residence, of the pe...

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1895 Neb. Laws 233, Laws of Nebraska Relating to the City of Lincoln, An Ordinance Regulating and Prohibiting the Use of Fire-arms, Fire-works and Cannon in the City of Lincoln . . . Prescribing Penalties for Violation of the Provisions of This Ordinance, and Repealing Ordinances in Conflict Herewith, Art. XXV, § 17.

| | 1895

No person shall keep, sell, or give away any gunpowder or guncotton in any quantity without permission in writing signed by the Chief of Fire Department and City Clerk, and sealed with the corporate seal, under a penalty of twenty-five dollars for ever...

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1895 Neb. Laws 237, Laws of Nebraska Relating to the City of Lincoln, An Ordinance Regulating and Prohibiting the Use of Fire-arms, Fire-works and Cannon in the City of Lincoln . . . Prescribing Penalties for Violation of the Provisions of This Ordinance, and Repealing Ordinances in Conflict Herewith, Art. XXVI, §§ 1, 3.

| | 1895

§ 1. No person, except an officer of the law in the discharge of his duty, shall fire or discharge any gun, pistol, fowling-piece, or other fire-arm, within the corporate limits of the city of Lincoln, under penalty of a fine of ten dollars for ea...

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1895 Neb. Laws 237, Laws of Nebraska Relating to the City of Lincoln, An Ordinance Regulating and Prohibiting the Use of Fire-arms, Fire-works and Cannon in the City of Lincoln . . . Prescribing Penalties for Violation of the Provisions of This Ordinance, and Repealing Ordinances in Conflict Herewith, Art. XXVI, § 4.

| | 1895

It shall be unlawful for any person within the said city to carry about his or her person any toy pistol, toy gun, or other toy arm or arms, or sling shots, out of or by which any leaden or other dangerous missiles may be discharged. Any person so offe...

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1893 Neb. Laws 393, An Act to Amend . . . Section 5666 . . . of Chapter 11 . . . of the Criminal Code of Nebraska . . . and to Repeal Said Sections Amended, ch. 47, § 3.

| | 1893

It shall also be unlawful for any person, at any time, by the aid or use of any swivel, punt gun, big gun (so called), or any other than the common shoulder gun; or by the aid or use of any punt boat, or sneak boat used for carrying such gun, to catch,...

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1893 Neb. Cons. Stat. 1231, Crimes and Offenses, pt. 1, ch. 5, § 5604.

| | 1893

Whoever shall carry a weapon or weapons concealed on or about his person, such as a pistol, bowie-knife, dirk, or other dangerous weapon, on conviction of the first offense shall be fined not exceeding one hundred dollars, or imprisoned in the county j...

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W. J. Connell, The Revised Ordinances of the City of Omaha, Nebraska, Embracing All Ordinances of a General Nature in Force April 1, 1890, Together with the Charter for Metropolitan Cities, the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of Nebraska Page 344, Image 356 (1890) available at The Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources.

| | 1890

Ordinances of Omaha, Concealed Weapons, § 10. It shall be unlawful for any person to wear under his clothes, or concealed about his person, any pistol or revolver, colt, billy, slung-shot, brass knuckles or knuckles of lead, dirk, dagger, or any k...

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Guy Ashton Brown, The Compiled Statutes of the State of Nebraska, Comprising All Laws of a General Nature in Force July 1, 1881 Page 666, Image 674 (1881) available at The Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources.

| | 1881

Carrying Concealed Weapons, § 25. Whoever shall carry a weapon or weapons, concealed on or about his person, such as a pistol, bowie-knife, dirk, or any other dangerous weapon, on conviction of the first offense shall be fined not exceeding one hu...

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Gilbert B. Colfield, Laws, Ordinances and Rules of Nebraska City, Otoe County, Nebraska Page 36, Image 36 (1872) available at The Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources.

| | 1872

Ordinance No. 7, An Ordinance Prohibiting the Carrying of Fire Arms and Concealed Weapons, § 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Councilmen of the City of Nebraska City, That it shall be, and it is hereby declared to be unlawful for any person to c...

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1858 Neb. Laws 69, An Act to Adopt and Establish a Criminal Code for the Territory of Nebraska, ch. 1, § 135.

| | 1858

. . . And if any person shall have upon him any pistol, gun, knife, dirk, bludgeon or other offensive weapon with intent to assault any person, every such person, on conviction, shall be fined in a sum not exceeding one hundred dollars, or imprisoned n...

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