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RAHWAY, N.J. REV. CODE tit. 28, §§ 209-210 (1896).

  • Year:
  • 1896
Category:
Jurisdiction:

"TITLE XXVIII.
RELATIVE TO LIGHTING BONFIRES AND THE DISCHARGE OF
FIREARMS.

    Sec. 209, That if any person between the hours of five P. M. and seven A. M. of any day, kindle or cause to be kindled, within the limits of the city, any bonfire or shall at any time of day or night fire or discharge within said city limits without written permission from the Mayor of the city, any cannon, gun, pistol or other firearms (except upon private property and premises of the party so discharging said firearms)the person so offending shall forfeit and pay for each and every such offense the sum of five dollars besides cost of conviction.

    Sec. 210. That if any person shall at any time of day or night willfully set fire to or procure or caused to be burned any woods, marshes, meadows, or hedges within the limits of the city, whether the same be inclosed or not, such person so offending shall forfeit and pay for each and every offense the sum of five dollars, besides costs of conviction; provided nothing herein contained shall be construed to prohibit the owners of marshes and meadows from burning such marshes and meadows in the usual manner in which the same has been burnt heretofore."

Full Text: 1896, Rahway NJ, Title 28


Revised Code of General Ordinances of the City of Rahway, N. J.: In Force October 1, 1896 (Rahway, NJ: The Mershon Company, 1896), 48-49. Title 28—Relative to Bonfires and the Discharge of Firearms, §§ 209-210. (Undated.)