Leon G. Bagley, Charter and Ordinances of the City of Rutland, Together with Extracts from Certain State Laws Applicable to the Affairs of the City. Also the Rules and Order of Business of the City Council and of the Board of Aldermen, and a Register of Municipal Officers Page 153, image 160 (1894) available at The Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources.

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  • 1894

Ordinances of the City of Rutland, [Of injurious Practices in Streets and Public Places,] § 19. No person shall, except in the performance of some duty required by law, discharge any gun, pistol, or other fire arm loaded with ball or shot, or with powder only, or squibs, or fire-crackers, serpent, or other preparation whereof gun-powder or other explosive substance is an ingredient, or which consists wholly of the same, within the principal inhabited parts of the city, or within twenty-five rods of any dwelling-house therein, nor shall make any bonfire in or upon any street, lane, common or public place within the city, except by authority of the city council.