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An Ordinance for the Protection of Persons and Property, § 3 of Ordinance No. 3 in Ordinances of the Borough of Vineland (1883).

“Sec. 3. And be it ordained and enacted, That if any person shall unnecessarily fire or cause to be fired, any gun, pistol or other fire-arms or cannon, in any of the street, lanes, alleys or parks of said Borough [i.e., the Borough of Vineland]; or if any person under the age of fifteen years shall carry or use any gun, pistol or other fire-arms, or if any merchant or trader shall sell or offer to sell any gun, pistol or other fire-arms to any such person, he or they so offending shall be liable to a fine of not less than one nor more than ten dollars for every such offence.”

1883, NJ, For the Protection of Persons and Property, Ordinance no. 3, § 3, Ordinances of the Borough of Vineland


Ordinances of the Borough of Vineland: From No. 1 to No. 12 Inclusive (Vineland, NJ: Vineland Book and Job Printing House, 1884), 5. Ordinance no. 3, For the Protection of Persons and Property, § 3. Passed July 12, 1883; in effect September 10, 1883.