“Sec. 1. That no person shall, within the limits of the City of Bayonne, fire or discharge any pistol, cannon, fowling-piece, duck-gun, rifle, air-gun or other gun, except in the lawful defence of his property, person or family, or set off or explode any squibs, Chinese crackers or other fire-works, except on the Fourth of July, under a penalty not exceeding ten dollars for each offence, to be collected in the manner provided by law; provided, however, that the Council may permit proper parties to engage in the practice of marksmanship under proper restrictions.
Sec. 2. That all ordinances and parts of ordinances inconsistant herewith, be and the same are hereby repealed.”
1888, NJ, An Ordinance to Regulate the Discharge of Firearms within the City of Bayonne
Ordinances of the City of Bayonne, From 1869 to 1894 (Bayonne, NJ: The Rinker Printing Co., 1894), 521. An Ordinance to Regulate the Discharge of Firearms within the City of Bayonne, §§ 1-2. Passed May 1, 1888; Approved May 2, 1888.