“Sec. 333. Making, selling, etc., dangerous weapons.—A person who manufactures or causes to be manufactured, or sells or keeps for sale, or offers, or gives, or disposes of any instrument or weapon of the kind usually known as slung-shot, sand-club, or metal knuckles, or who, in any city of this state, without the written consent of a magistrate, sells or gives any pistol or firearm to any person under the age of eighteen (18) years, is guilty of a misdemeanor.
Sec. 334. Carrying, using, etc., certain weapons.—A person who attempts to use against another, or who, with intent so to use, carries, conceals or possesses any instrument or weapon of the kind commonly known as slung-shot, sand-club or metal knuckles, or a dagger, dirk, knife, pistol or other firearm, or any dangerous weapon, is guilty of a misdemeanor.”
The Penal Code of the State of Minnesota, To Take Effect January 1, A.D. 1886 (St. Paul, MN: The Pioneer Press Company, 1885), 127. Title 12, Of Crimes Against the Public Health and Safety, § 333 Making, selling, etc., dangerous weapons; § 334 Carrying, using, etc., certain weapons. Undated.