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Joseph Rockwell Swan, Statutes of the State of Ohio, of a General Nature, in Force, December 7, 1840; Also, the Statutes of a General Nature, Passed by the General Assembly at Their Thirty-Ninth Session, Commencing December 7, 1840 Page 257, Image 273 (1841) available at The Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources.

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Crimes and Misdemeanors – Third Class, 130, ยง VI. That if any person or persons shall play bullets, along or across any street in any town or village, within this state; or if any person or persons shall run any horse or horses within the limits of any such town or village; or if any person or persons shall shoot or fire a gun at a target within the limits of any recorded town plat in this state; every person or persons so offending, shall be fined in a sum not exceeding five dollars, nor less than fifty cents.