“Sec. 258. Any person who shall fire or discharge any gun, pistol, fowling piece, or other fire arm, within the limits of the City of Berlin except in the necessary defense of his person or property, shall pay a fine of not less than one dollar, nor more than ten dollars for each offense.
Sec. 259. Any person who shall sell, loan or furnish to any minor, any gun, pistol, fowling piece or other firearm within this City, shall pay a fine of not less than five dollars, nor more than twenty-five dol ars[sic] for each such offense.
Sec. 260. Any person who shall fire, discharge or set off within the limits of the City of Berlin, any rocket, cracker, torpedo, squib or other fire works or thing containing any substance of explosive nature, shall pay a fine of not less than one dollar nor more than ten dollars for each such offense. Provided that the Mayor may by proclamation permit the use of fire works on the Fourth day of July and on such other days as he may deem proper.
Sec. 261. Any person who shall discharge, or fire off any cannon, or piece of artillery in any street, or avenue, alley, park or place, within the corporate limits of this City, without a written permission from the Mayor, shall pay a fine of not less than ten dollars, nor more than thirty dollars for each such offense.”
1890, WI, The Municipal Code of Berlin, Ch. 6—Miscellaneous Ordinances, Art. 7—Fire Arms, Fire Works And Cannons, §§ 258-261
The Municipal Code of Berlin Comprising the Charter and the General Ordinances of the City Codified and Revised (Berlin, WI: Courant Steam Print, 1890), 112-113. Chapter 6—Miscellaneous Ordinances, Article 26—Concealed Weapons, §§ 483-468. Passed, adopted, and approved on June 4, 1890.