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E.W. Rector, Digester, Digest of the Laws and Ordinances of the City of Hot Springs, with the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, General Incorporation Laws of the State and Amendments Thereto, Applicable to the Cities of the First-Class, and in Force on the 1st of January, 1887 Page 61, Image 258 (1887) available at The Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources.

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[Ordinances of the] City of Hot Springs, §131. That no person shall carry gun powder, giant powder, dynamite, nitro-glycerine or blasting powder on any vehicle in any part of the city, unless the same shall be secured in kegs, boxes or canisters, sufficiently close to prevent the grains thereof from falling out, and be laid upon or covered over with sheets of canvas or other cloth, and such vehicles shall not be allowed to remain on the streets or sidewalks for more than one hour while containing such gun powder or explosives above mentioned. § 132. That it shall be unlawful to erect or build a powder magazine, or a magazine for any of the explosives mentioned in this ordinance, in the city, within three hundred yards of any other building; and, Provided, That in no case shall it be lawful to build or erect any such magazine in the city unless the same be erected in a safe and secure way, and under permission of the council of the city.