Chapter 6—Miscellaneous Ordinances, Article 26—Concealed Weapons, §§ 483-468 in The Municipal Code of Berlin (1890).
"Sec. 483. It shall be unlawful for any person, within the limits of the City of Berlin, to carry or wear under his clothes, or concealed about his person, any pistol, colt or slung shot, cross knuckles, or knuckles of lead, brass or other metal or bowie knife, dirk knife or dirk, razor or dagger, or any other dangerous or deadly weapon.
And any person who shall violate any provision of this section, shall pay a fine of not less than one dollar nor more than fifty dollars for each offense.
Sec. 484. The provisions of this article shall not apply to the officers or members of the police force of said City when on duty, nor to any officer whose duty it may be to serve warrants or make arrests; nor to persons who shall have obtained from the Mayor a license to carry such weapons for their protection as hereinafter provided.
Sec. 485. The Mayor may grant, to such persons as he may deem proper, license to carry concealed weapons and may revoke such license at his pleasure.
Sec. 486. Application for such license shall be made to the Mayor, and, when granted, the person so licensed shall pay to the City Treasurer the sum of one dollar, and thereupon a license shall be issued by the City Clerk and signed by the Mayor. Every such license shall state the name, age, occupation, and residence of the person to whom it is granted and shall expire on the thirtieth day of April next following."
The Municipal Code of Berlin Comprising the Charter and the General Ordinances of the City Codified and Revised (Berlin, WI: Courant Steam Print, 1890), 112-113. Chapter 6—Miscellaneous Ordinances, Article 26—Concealed Weapons, §§ 483-468. Passed, adopted, and approved on June 4, 1890.