“FIRING OF GUNS, FIREWORKS, &C.
60. That if any person or persons shall fire, discharge, or let off any gun, pistol, squib, or other fire-work within this town within one hundred yards of any dwelling house, stable, or any other building, every such person or persons so offending and being thereof duly convicted, shall forfeit and pay for every such offense the sum of Five Dollars; provided, that nothing herein shall be construed to prevent the firing of military salutes within any of the public streets, lanes or alleys of this town on any public occasion.”
Book of Ordinances of the Town of Freehold, New Jersey (Freehold, NJ: Maxcy Applegate, 1894), 54. § 60—Firing of Guns, Fireworks, &C. (Undated.)