Act of Jan. 12, § 23, 1860 Ky. Acts 241, 245 (J. B. Major 1860).

    "...§ 23. If any person, other than the parent or guardian, shall sell, give or loan, any pistol, dirk, bowie-knife, brass knucks, slung-shot, colt, cane-gun, or other deadly weapon, which is carried concealed, to any minor, or slave, or free negro, he shall be fined fifty dollars."

Acts of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Passed at the Session Which Was Begun and Held in the City of Frankfort, on Monday, the Fifth Day of December, 1859, and Ended on Monday, the Fifth Day of March, 1860, vol. 1 (Frankfort, KY: J. B. Major, 1860), 245. Chapter 33—An Act to Amend an Act, Entitled “An Act to Reduce into One the Several Acts in Relation to the Town of Harrodsburg,”* § 23. Approved January 12, 1860.

*The closing quotation marks are absent in the original source document.

The law source PDF is from Hein Online: Session Laws Library.