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An Act to Prohibit the Unlawful Carrying and Use of Deadly Weapons, Feb. 18, 1887, reprinted in Acts of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New Mexico, Twenty-Seventh Session 55, 58 (1887).

, , , , | | 1887 Sec. 1. That any person who shall hereafter carry a deadly weapon, either concealed or otherwise, on or about the settlements of this territory, except it be in his or her residence, or on his or her landed estate, and in the lawful defense of his or her ...

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1923 N.M. Laws 179, An Act Making It a Felony to Transport or Place a Bomb, Dynamite or Other High Explosive in or upon Any Public Service Passenger Coach or Passenger Train, or to Maliciously Use or Handle Dynamite or Other Explosive, ch. 115, § 1.

| | 1923

Any person who knowingly transports or takes into or upon any public service passenger car or passenger coach in the State of New Mexico, any bomb, dynamite, nitro-glycerine, vigorite, Giant or Hercules powder, gunpowder or other chemical compound or e...

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1921 N.M. Laws 58-59, An Act Defining the Crime of Burglary with Explosives and Providing the Punishment Therefor, ch. 36, §§ 1-2.

| | 1921

1. Any person who, with intent to commit crime, breaks 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 use of nitro-glycerine, dynamite, gunpowder or an...

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1921 N.M. Laws 57-58, An Act Providing for the Protection of Game and Fish and for Their Use and Development for Public Recreation and Food Supply . . . and Repealing Certain Other Provisions of Existing Laws, ch. 35, § 16.

| | 1921 No game shall be pursued, taken, wounded or killed in the night, or with a steel or hard pointed bullet or with any weapon other than an ordinary shoulder gun or pistol, and the use of high powered rifles in hunting and taking migratory game birds is here...

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1915 N.M. Law 153, An Act to Amend Sections . . . of Chapter 85 of the Laws of 1912 Relative to the Protection of Game and Fish, ch. 101, §7.

| | 1915

. . . No person shall at any time shoot, hunt or take in any manner any wild animals or birds or game fish as herein defined in this state without first having in his or her possession a hunting license as hereinafter provided for the year in which suc...

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1909 N.M. Laws 333-34, An Act Providing for the Incorporation of Villages in the Territory of New Mexico, ch. 117, § 8.

| | 1909

That villages incorporated under this act shall have the power by ordinance, to prevent the presence within their limits of anything dangerous, offensive, unhealthy or indecent and to cause any nuisance to be abated; to regulate the transportation, sto...

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1886 N.M. Laws 56, An Act to Prohibit the Unlawful Carrying and Use of Deadly Weapons, ch. 30, § 4.

| | 1886

Any person who shall unlawfully draw, flourish or discharge a rifle, gun or pistol within the limits of any settlement in this territory, or within any saloon, store, public hall, dance hall or hotel, in this territory, except the same be done by lawfu...

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Chief Justice LeBaron Bradford Prince, The General Laws of New Mexico: Including All the Unrepealed General Laws from the Promulgation of the “Kearney Code” in 1846, to the End of the Legislative Session of 1880, with Supplement, Including the Session of 1882 Page 313, Image 313 (1882) available at The Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources.

| | 1882

Miscellaneous. § 4. Any person who shall draw a deadly weapon on another, or who shall handle a deadly weapon in a threatening manner at or towards another, in any part of this Territory, except in the lawful defense of himself, his family, or his...

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LeBaron Bradford Prince, The General Laws of New Mexico: Including All the Unrepealed General Laws from the Promulgation of the “Kearney Code” in 1846, to the End of the Legislative Session of 1880, with Supplement, Including the Session of 1882 Page 312-313, Image 312-313 (1882) available at The Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources.

| | 1869

Deadly Weapons, Act of 1869, Ch. 32, § 1. It shall be unlawful for any person to carry deadly weapons, either concealed or otherwise, on or about their persons within any of the settlements of this Territory, except it be in the lawful defense of ...

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1864-1865 N.M. Laws 404-06, An Act Prohibiting Gaming and for Other Purposes, Deadly Weapons, ch. 61, § 20.

| | 1864

That each and every person is prohibited from carrying short arms, such as pistols, daggers, knives, and other deadly weapons, about their persons concealed, within the settlements, and any person who violates the provisions of this act, shall be fined...

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1864-1865 N.M. Laws 406-08, An Act Prohibiting the Carrying of Weapons Concealed or Otherwise, ch. 61, § 25.

| | 1864

That from and after the passage of this act, it shall be unlawful for any person to carry concealed weapons on their persons, or any class of pistols whatever, bowie knife (cuchillo de cinto), Arkansas toothpick, Spanish dagger, slungshot, or any other...

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1859 N.M. Laws 94, § 1-2.

| | 1859

§ 1. That from and after the passage of this act, it shall be unlawful for any person to carry concealed weapons on their persons, of any class of pistols whatever, bowie knife (cuchillo de cinto), Arkansas toothpick, Spanish dagger, slung-shot, o...

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1858-1859 N.M. Laws 68, An Act to Provide for the Protection of Property in Slaves in this Territory, ch. 26, § 7.

| | 1858

Any person who shall sell, lend, hire, give, or in any manner furnish to any slave any sword, dirk, bowie-knife, gun, pistol or other fire arms, or any other kind of deadly weapon of offence, or any ammunition of any kind suitable for fire arms, shall,...

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1852 N.M. Laws 67, An Act Prohibiting the Carrying a Certain Class of Arms, within the Settlements and in Balls, § 1.

| | 1852

That each and every person is prohibited from carrying short arms such as pistols, daggers, knives, and other deadly weapons, about their persons concealed, within the settlements, and any person who violates the provisions of this act shall be fined i...

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