“Sec. 330. Using fire arms while fighting in a public place. Any person who, while fighting in the streets or other public place in the city, uses or attempts to use, except in self-defense, any kind of fire arms, must, on conviction, be fined not exceeding twenty-five dollars, and may be imprisoned, or put to hard labor for the city, not exceeding thirty days.”
A Revised Code of Ordinances of the City of Tuscaloosa to Which Are Prefixed the Act of Congress, the Charter of the City, Amendments of the Charter, Articles of the State Constitution, etc. (Tuscaloosa, AL: M.I. Burton, 1885), 149-150. Chapter 3—Offenses Against the Person, § 330, Using fire arms while fighting in a public place. Undated.