“ORDINANCE NO. 22.
An ordinance relating to concealed weapons and providing penalty for carrying same.
Be it ordained by the board of aldermen of the town of Harlowton.
Sec. 1. No person in the town of Harlowton shall wear under his or her clothes or concealed on or about their person, any pistol or revolver, except by special permission from the Mayor; nor shall any person wear under his or her clothes or concealed on or about their person, any slingshot, cross knuckles of lead, brass or other metal, or any bowie-knife, razor, billy, dirk, dirk-knife or daggor, or any knife resembling a bowie-knife, or any other dangerous or deadly weapon. Any person violating any provision of this ordinance shall be deemed guilty of a misdomeanor, and on conviction thereof shall be fined in any sum not to exceed one hundred dollars, provided however, that this ordinance shall not be so construed as to prevent any United States, State, County or town officer, or any member of the town government from carrying such weapons as may be necessary in the discharge of his duties.
Sec. 2. This ordinance shall tie in full force and effect on and after its passage and approval.
Passed and approved this the 10th day of June A. D. 1909.
A. T. Anderson, Mayor.
S. K. Campbell, Town Clerk.”
“Ordinance No. 22.” The Harlowton News, June 18, 1909, p. 3. Ordinance No. 22—An Ordinance Relating to Concealed Weapons and Providing Penalty for Carrying Same, §§ 1-2. Passed and Approved June 10, 1909. Volume 3, Number 51. (Harlowton, MT).