" /> 1907 N.D. Laws 179, An Act Making It a Felony for Any Person Who with Intent to Commit Any Crime Breaks into or Enters a Building and Commits or Attempts to Commit a Crime by the Use of Nitroglycerine, Dynamite, Gunpowder or Any Other High Explosive, and Providing a Penalty Therefor, ch. 124, § 1. | Duke Center for Firearms Law
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1907 N.D. Laws 179, An Act Making It a Felony for Any Person Who with Intent to Commit Any Crime Breaks into or Enters a Building and Commits or Attempts to Commit a Crime by the Use of Nitroglycerine, Dynamite, Gunpowder or Any Other High Explosive, and Providing a Penalty Therefor, ch. 124, § 1.

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Any person who with intent to commit any crime, breaks into or enters a building and commits or attempts to commit a crime by the use of nitro-glycerine, dynamite, gunpowder or any other high explosive, is guilty of a felony. Any violation of this act is punishable by imprisonment in the penitentiary of this state for not less than twenty years, and not more than forty years.

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