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Francis M. Wilson, The Revised Statutes of the State of Missouri, 1899. To This Volume are Annexed the Acts of Congress in Relation to the Election of United States Senators, in Relation to Fugitives from Justice, Concerning Naturalization and the Authentication of Public Records; an Appendix Containing the Scheme and Charter of and Laws Specially Applicable to the City of St. Louis and the Acts Establishing the Criminal Court of the Fifteenth Circuit, the Criminal Court of Jackson County, the Criminal Court of Buchana County, the Criminal Court of Greene County, the Louisiana Court of Common Pleas, the Hannibal Court of Common Pleas, the Cape Girardeau Court of Common Pleas and the Sturgeon Court of Common Pleas. Revised and Promulgated by the Fortieth General Assembly Page 1752, Image 645 (Vol. 2, 1899) available at The Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources.

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[Permit to Keep Explosives, § 7457. No person, corporation or joint-stock company shall, on and after ten days after this article shall take effect, have retain or keep in his possession or under his or her control, nor sell, give away or in any manner or way dispose of dynamite, giant powder, nitro-glycerine or any explosive substance, except gunpowder and blasting powder for ordinary purposes, without first obtaining a permit authorizing the same from the clerk of the county court, or mayor of the city of St. Louis, in whichever county or city such applicant may desire to do such business, nor without first making and delivering the affidavit required by the next succeeding section of this article.]