“SEC. 63. Be it further enacted, That the Commissioners shall have power to prevent dogs, horses cattle and all other brutes from running at large in the city.
SEC. 64. Be it further enacted, That they may prohibit and prevent, by penalties, the riding or driving of horses or other animals at a speed greater than six miles per hour, within the city ; and also the firing of guns, pistols, crackers, gun-powder or other explosive, combustible or dangerous materials in the streets, public grounds, or elsewhere within the city.”
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Private Laws of the State of North Carolina, Passed by the General Assembly at the Session of 1866 (Raleigh, NC: WM. E. Pell, 1866), 22. Chapter 1—An Act to Charter the City of Raleigh, § 64. Ratified March 10, 1866.