The Compiled Statutes in Force in the District of Columbia including the Acts of the Second Session of the Congress 1887-'89, William Stone Albert & Benjamin G. comps., 178 1894 (Act of July 20, 1871)

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SEC. 119. It shall not be lawful for any person or persons to carry or have concealed about their persons any deadly or dangerous. weapons, such as daggers, air-guns, pistols, bowie-knives, dirk- knives, or dirks, razors, razor-blades, sword-canes, slung-shots, or brass or other metal knuckles, within the District of Columbia; and having concealed about their persons any such weapons shall forfeit and pay, upon such a conviction, not less than twenty dollars nor more than fifty dollars, which fine shall be prosecuted and recovered in the same manner as other penalties and forfeitures are sued for and recovered: Provided, That the officers, non-commissioned officers, and privates of the United States army, navy, and marina corps, police officers, and members of any regularly organized militia company or regiment, when on duty, shall be exempt from such penalties and forfeitures.

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