“§501. Carrying Concealed Weapons. (Sec. 260)*
No person shall carry or wear under his clothes or concealed about his person, any pistol, revolver, bowie knife, dirk or other deadly weapon. No person shall display or flourish any deadly weapon in a threatening or boisterous manner. This section shall not apply to police officers when on duty, and the mayor may grant to any and all such persons as he may think proper, license to carry concealed weapons and may revoke any and all such licenses at his pleasure. Each such license shall state the name, age, occupation and residence of the person to whom it is granted and each such license shall expire with the current municipal year.”
* The parenthetical reference to Sec. 260 may refer to the original manuscripts mentioned in pp. v-vi of the introduction: “the City Clerk as above required shall certify under his hand and seal of the City of Colorado Springs as to the correctness thereof by comparison with the original manuscripts on file in his office…” These pages are included in the attached PDF; however, the reader should do independent further research to confirm the correct and exact source of the parenthetical citation.
Frank Exline, ed., The Code of Colorado Springs: Comprising Article XX of the Constitution of the State of Colorado, the Charter, Amendments Thereto, and General Ordinances of the City of Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1914 (Colorado Springs, CO: the Joslyn Quick Printery, 1914), 273. Chapter 6—Of Public Offenses and Penalties, Article 1—Offenses Concerning the Public Peace, § 501— Carrying Concealed Weapons. (Undated).