“Sec. 1. No person shall use or have in his or her possession on the public highways within the City limits, any instrument commonly known as a Bean Shooter, nor any instrument of a like character for throwing missless, under a penalty of Five Dollars for each offence, to be recovered from the person using or having the same in his or her possession.
Sec. 2. Any penalty arising under this Oodinance [sic] may be recovered before the Recorder, in the manner provided by the City Charter, which penalty when recovered shall be paid into the City Treasury.”
1886, NJ, An Ordinance to Prevent Danger to Persons and Property and Malicious Mischief
Ordinances of the City of Bayonne, From 1869 to 1894 (Bayonne, NJ: The Rinker Printing Co., 1894), 486. An Ordinance to Prevent Danger to Persons and Property and Malicious Mischief. Passed January 6, 1886; Approved January 11, 1886.