Shooting, Trespassing, etc., in Cemeteries--Penalty, Bloomington, IL (1850-1876)*

  • Year:
  • 1876

"§10. Whoever, within the City Cemetery, or any other cemetery or burying ground within said city, shall discharge any firearm, or be found hunting or trespassing upon the same, or shall trespass upon any grave within said city, or shall refuse to obey any lawful order of the City Sexton, or of any person having charge of any cemetery or burying ground, shall be fined not less than ten dollars nor more than one hundred dollars."

1876, Bloomington IL, Cemeteries, Shooting, Trespassing, Etc.--Penalty.

Isaac N. Phillips, The Revised Ordinances of the City of Bloomington, A.D. 1876: Comprising the general ordinances, acts of incorporation, and other laws affecting the City of Bloomington (Bloomington, IL: Leader Steam Printing and Publishing House, 1876), 9. Chapter 2. Cemeteries, Section 1. §10. Shooting, Trespassing, etc.--Penalty.

*The Revised Ordinances does not specify the year in which this law was originally passed.