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An Ordinance Relating to Offenses and Disorderly Conduct, Olympia City Council, Ordinance No. 152, §§ 2-5 (Washington, 1882).  

, , , | | 1882

"An Ordinance Relating to Offenses and Disorderly Conduct

No 1521       Approved         1882

Be it ordained by the City of Olympia...

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Ordinance no. A-17, §§ 1-5, Wilbur, Washington Town Council, 1894 (preventing the concealed carry or discharge of firearms).

, | | 1894

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Act of March 23, 1935, ch. 172, §§ 5-7, Wash. Sess. Laws 599, 599-601.

, , | | 1935

   "SEC. 5.    Carrying Pistol. No person shall carry a pistol in any vehicle or conceal on or about his person, except in his place of abode or fixed place of business, without a license therefor as h...

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Ch. 249, Subchapter 7—Crimes against Public Health and Safety, §283 in 1909, Wash. Sess. Laws 965, 977-78 (1909 E. L. Boardman).

| | 1909

    "SEC. 283.    Dangerous Exhibitions.
    Every proprietor, lessee or occupant of any place of amusement, or any plat of ground or building, who shall allow it to be* used for th...

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Ch. 249, Subchapter 6—Crimes against Morality, Decency, etc., §193, no. 4 in 1909, Wash. Sess. Laws 942, 947 (1909 E. L. Boardman).

| | 1909

    "SEC. 193.    Keepers of Concert Saloons, etc.
    Every person who—
    1.    Shall admit to or allow to remain in any dance house, public pool or billiard hall, concert salo...

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Ch. 249, Subchapter 7—Crimes against Public Health and Safety, §§ 252 & 254 in 1909, Wash. Sess. Laws 965, 966-67 (1909 E. L. Boardman).

| | 1909

    "SEC. 252.    Keeping Explosives Unlawfully.
Every person who shall make or keep any explosive or combustible substance in any city or village, or carry it through the streets thereof in a q...

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Ch. 249, Subchapter 5—Crimes against the Person, §§ 142 & 151 in 1909, Wash. Sess. Laws 929, 931-33 (1909 E. L. Boardman).

, | | 1909

  "SEC. 142.    Killing in Duel.
    Every person who shall fight or participate in, as second or assistant, any duel within this state, in which any person is killed, or who, by previous appoi...

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Penal Code, ch. 43, §§ 635-636 (forbidding “toy guns” for minors), MONTGOMERY, CODE OF ORDINANCES 213, 240 (1888 Brown Printing Co.) (Montgomery, Alabama).

, | | 1888

    "...SEC. 635. Any person who shall sell, give or deliver to any minor any small pistol, or any pistol known as a toy pistol, in which powder and ball can be used, or a metallic cartridge containing a leaden b...

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Penal Code, ch. 43, §§ 509, 518, 547, 549, 550, 552, MONTGOMERY, CODE OF ORDINANCES 213, 223-29 (1888 Brown Printing Co.) (Montgomery, Alabama).

, , , , | | 1888

    "...SEC. 509. Any person who uses fire arms of any kind while fighting in the streets, or other public place, (except in self defense or in the execution of law), must, on conviction, be fined not less than o...

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Act of Jan. 20, 1886, Wash. Territory Sess. Laws 81, 81-82 (amending ch. 73, § 929 of the Code of Washington Territory 1881).

| | 1886

"AN ACT
TO AMEND SECTION 929, OF CHAPTER 73, OF THE CODE OF WASHINGTON TERRITORY, IN RELATION TO CARRYING CONCEALED WEAPONS, AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE PUNISH­MENT OF THE SAME.

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Ordinance No. 32: An Ordinance to Define Misdemeanors and Provide Penalty Therefor, and for Other Purposes, THE DAILY MORNING ALASKAN, Jun. 18, 1903, at 2 (Skagway, Alaska).

, | | 1903

"...ARTICLE I

    Offenses against public peace and quiet.

    ...Section 3. Every person who shall, in the presence of one or more persons, exhibit any pistol, bowie...

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Ordinance No. 11, §§ 1 & 9, TWIN FALLS WEEKLY NEWS, Jun. 23, 1905, at 3 (Twin Falls, Idaho).

, | | 1905

"ORDINANCE NO. 11.

To Amend Ordinance No. 11, An Ordinance Entitled: 'An Ordinance Defining Offenses Against the Peace and Good Order of the Village of Twin Falls and Providing Punishment The...

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Ordinance No. 51: An Ordinance to Establish a Criminal Code, THE GLOBE JOURNAL, Jun. 5, 1880, at 2 (Falls City, Nebraska).

, | | 1880

    "...SECTION 6. It shall be unlawful for any person or persons to maliciously or wilfully disturb the peace by loud or unusual noises, or by tumultuous and officious carriage, or by menacing or threatening, or...

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WASH. CODE, ch. 73, § 929 at 177, 181 (1881 C. B. Bagley).

| | 1881

    "SEC 929. If any person carry upon his person any concealed weapon, be shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and, upon conviction, shall be fined not more than one hundred dollars, or imprisoned in the cou...

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Ordinance No. III: Crimes and Misdemeanors, GREENVILLE TIMES, Dec. 31, 1881, at 2 (Greenville, Mississippi).

, | | 1881

    "...Sec. 6. Be it further ordained, That it shall be unlawful to fly kites, play ball, throw missiles, or discharge any fire-arms, or other explosives, (except fireworks on national holidays) or cause dogs to fight in the streets of the town, or ...

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Ordinance No. 317: An Ordinance Concerning Offenses and Disorderly Conduct, THE DAILY ASTORIAN, Feb. 22, 1879, at 3 (Astoria, OR).

, , , | | 1879

"Ordinance No. 317.


AN ORDINANCE Concerning Offenses and disorderly conduct.

The city of Astoria does ordain at follows:

...

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Ordinance no. 8, LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD, Apr. 12, 1889, at 7 (Los Angeles, California).

| | 1889

ORDINANCE NO. 8.


AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED AN “ORDINANCE REGULATING THE CARRYING OF DEADLY OR DANGEROU...

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An Ordinance Prohibiting the Unlawful Carrying of Arms, DAILY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN, May 29, 1880, at 4 (Austin, TX).

, | | 1880

AN ORDINANCE

    Prohibiting the Unlawful Carrying of Arms.

    ARTICLE 141a—SECTION 1.  Be it ordained by the ...

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Shooting Within Certain Limits, §§ 1-2, SANDUSKY, OHIO, ORDINANCES OF A GENERAL AND PERMANENT NATURE 131, 131-32 (Law Passed 1884; Published 1887 by I. F. Mack & Brother).

, | | 1884

"SHOOTING WITHIN CERTAIN LIMITS.
AN ORDINANCE to provide for the punishment of certain of­fences therein named.

[Passed October 15, 1884.]

    S...

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BARRE, VERMONT, CHARTER AND ORDINANCES OF THE CITY, ch. 38, § 7 at 116, 117 (1904 Vermont Watchman Co.) (Passed 1895).

| | 1895

"CHAPTER XXXVIII.
Of Sundry Prohibitions.

Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Barre as follows:...

    ...Sec. 7. No person shall carry within the city any steel or brass knuck...

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Ordinance No. 12: An Ordinance to Suppress Criminal and Improper Practices in the City of Beloit, BELOIT WEEKLY DEMOCRAT, May 16, 1879, at 4 (Beloit, Kansas).

, | | 1879

    "...SEC. 31. That any person who shall within said city, carry concealed on or about his or her person, a revolver, pistol, bowie-knife, dirk, slung-shot, brass, lead or iron knuckles, or any other dangerous ...

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