By-Laws and Ordinances of the City of Pittsburgh, and the Acts of Assembly Relating Thereto; with Notes and References to Judicial Decisions Thereon, and an Appendix, Relating to Several Subjects Connected with the Laws and Police of the City Corporation Page 187-188; Image 189-190 (P1828) available at The Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources.

  • Year:
  • 1827

[Ordinances of Pittsburgh, PA. An Additional Ordinance “for the suppression of nuisances and enforcing useful regulations within the city of Pittsburgh.”, . . . § 2. That if any person shall fire off or discharge wantonly and without reasonable cause, any gun, pistol, fowling piece, or any other fire-arms, at any place or from any house, within the city, or in any of the streets, alleys or highways of the said city, such person shall forfeit and pay for every such offence the sum of five dollars. § 3. That if any person shall, without any reasonable cause, allow or permit any person to fire off or discharge, at or from his or her house, in the said city, any gun, pistol, or other fire arms, every such person shall forfeit and pay, for every such offence, the sum of five dollars.]