“Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the Council of the Incorporated Village of Clifton, That it shall be unlawful, except for persons in military array, or to enforce the laws, or in defence of persons or property, to discharge any description of fire-arms within the corporate limits of the village.
Sec. 2. That it shall be unlawful for any person, at any time, within the corporate limits of this village, to catch, kill or injure, or to pursue with such intent upon the premise of another, or on the highways, streets or public grounds, any sparrow, robin, blue bird, marten, thrush, mocking bird, cat bird, chewing or ground robin, king bird, bobolink, yellow bird, pewee or phoebe, wren, cuckoo, indigo bird, nut hatch, creeper, yellow hammer, flecker, warbler, or finch.
Sec. 3. That it shall be unlawful for any person to go or enter upon the premises of another within the corporate limits of this village for the purpose of shooting, killing, catching or pursuing any quail, rabbit, hare or game of any kind, or while on such premises to kill, catch or pursue any such game without the consent of the owner of such premises.”
Sec. 4. That it shall be unlawful for any person within the corporate limits of this village to play at marbles, town ball, or other games of sport, to shoot at a mark, or disturb the peace by discharging fire-arms on the first day of the week, commonly called Sunday.”
1874, OH, An Ordinance to Prevent and Punish Certain Misdemeanors, §§ 1-4
Charter and General Ordinances of the Incorporated Village of Clifton (Cincinnati, OH: Gazette Company, Printers, 1876), 31-32. Passed 10 Jan., 1874.