P. G. Rhome, By-Laws of the Corporation of Crawfordville, Georgia. Ordained January 20th, 1849 Page 8, Image 9 (1849) available at The Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources.

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[By-Laws of Crawfordville,] Article VII, Internal Police, § 1. No individual shall shoot or discharge any pistol, gun, rifle or other fire-arms within the corporate limits, under the penalty, for the first offence, of not less than twenty five cents nor more than one dollar, and on the second offence not less than one dollar, nor more than two dollars, at the discretion of the Commissioners.