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Revised Ordinances of the City of Boulder, 157, An Ordinance for the Protection of Several Parks Belonging to the City No. 511 (1899)

, | | 1899

511. No firearms or shooting in.

SECTION I.  Any person other than the police officers of the city who shall take or carry or cause to be taken or carried in to any of the parks belonging to the City of Boulder, any gun, pisto...

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The Revised Ordinances of the City of Danville (1883)

, | | 1883

Chapter XIX. Parks. 

FIRE-ARMS AND FIRE-WORKS FORBIDDEN.] § 4.  Whoever shall carry any fire-arms into said parks, or shall fire off or discharge the same in, or into said parks, or any of them ; or whoever shall shoot, fire or discharge any...

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The Municipal Code of Chicago (1881)

| | 1881

Article XLIII. Parks and Public Grounds.

1690. All persons are forbidden to carry firearms or to throw stones or other missiles within any one of the public parks.  All persons are forbidden to cut, break or in any way injure or defa...

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Law and Ordinances governing the Village of Hyde Park (1875)

| | 1875

§ 6. All persons are forbidden to carry fire arms, or to throw stones or other missiles within said park.  All persons are forbidden to cut, break, or in any way injure or deface the trees, shrubs, plants, turf, or any of the buildings, fences, bridg...

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Charles H. Hamilton, ed., The General Ordinances of the City of Milwaukee to January 1, 1896: With Amendments Thereto and an Appendix (Milwaukee, WI: E. Keough, 1896), pp.692-93, Sec. 25

| | 1896

Chapter XX. Misdemeanors.

Section 25.  It shall be unlawful for any person except policemen, regular or special, or any officer authorized to serve process, to carry or wear concealed about his person, any pistol or colt, slung-shot, ...

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Rose M. Denny, ed., The Municipal Code of the City of Spokane, Washington (Spokane, WA; W.D. Knight, 1896), p. 309-10, Ordinance No. A544, Sec. 1

| | 1895

ORDINANCE No. A544. AN ORDINANCE TO PUNISH THE CARRYING OF CONCEALED WEAPONS WITHIN THE CITY OF SPOKANE.

The City of Spokane does ordain as follows:

SECTION I. If any person within the City of Spokane shall carry upon his person any con...

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The Municipal Code of St. Louis (St. Louis: Woodward 1901), p.738, Sec. 1471

| | 1892

Chapter 18. Of Misdemeanors.

Sec. 1471. Concealed weapons - carrying of, prohibited.

Hereafter it shall not be lawful for any person to wear under his clothes, or concealed about his person, any pistol or revolver, colt, billy, slung sh...

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Laws and Ordinances for the Government of the City of Wheeling, West Virginia (Wheeling, WV: W. Va. Printing 1891), p.206

| | 1881

An Ordinance in relation to offenses . . .

SEC. 14. It shall be unlawful for any person to carry any slung shot, colt, or knucklers of lead, brass or other metal or material, or to carry about his person, hid from common observation, any pistol...

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Charter and Ordinances of the City of Stockton (Stockton, CA: Stockton Mail Printers and Bookbinders, 1908), p. 240, Ordinance No. 53

| | 1891

Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Stockton as follows:

One-Concealed Weapons, Burglars' Tools.

Section 1. It shall be unlawful and a misdemeanor: 1. For any person not being a peace officer or actually prosecuting a jour...

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Fred L. Button, ed., General Municipal Ordinances of the City of Oakland, California (Oakland, CA; Enquirer, 1895), p. 218, Sec. 1, An Ordinance to Prohibit the Carrying of Concealed Weapons, No. 1141

| | 1890

Section 1 . It shall be unlawful for any person in the City of Oakland, not being a public officer or a traveler actually engaged in making a journey, to wear or carry concealed about his person without a permit, as hereinafter provided, any pistol, sl...

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An Ordinance in the Revision of the Ordinances Governing the City of Kansas (Kansas City, MO; Isaac P. Moore’s Book and Job, 1880), p. 264, Sec. 3

| | 1880

Chapter XXXIV. Public Safety. . . .

Sec. 3. No person shall, in this city, wear under his clothes or concealed about his person, any pistol or revolver, except by special permission from the Mayor; nor shall any person wear under his clothes, o...

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The Revised Ordinances of Salt Lake City, Utah, Chapter XXVI, Misdemeanors, p. 283 Sec. 14 (1888)

| | 1888

Dangerous and Concealed Weapons. 

SEC. 14. Any person who shall carry any slingshot, or any concealed deadly weapon , without the permission of the mayor first had and obtained, shall, upon conviction, be liable to a fine not exceeding fifty d...

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Constitution & Laws of the Institution of Learning Under the Care of the Mississippi Presbytery, Oakland College (Miss.), at 10 (1831)

, | , | 1831

Chapter XI. Of Misdemeanors, Offences and Punishments. 

Sec. 1. Neglect of study-interrupting the studies of others-profaneness-playing at games of cards or chance-duelling, or aiding or abetting it-wearing or carrying a dirk or other...

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Laws and Regulations of the College of William and Mary, Volume 276 (1830)

, | , | 1830

Regulations of the Society.

29. Students are strictly forbidden to keep, or to have about their person, any dirk, sword or pistol. Firing squibs or crackers in and about College or elsewhere is also strictly forbidden.

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Franklin Bowditch Dexter, Biographical Sketches of the Graduates of Yale College: May 1745-May 1763, Annals, at 8 (1745)

, , | , | 1745

14. If any Scholar Shall keep a Gun or Pistol, or Fire one in the College-Yard or College, or Shall Go a Gunning, Fishing, or Sailing, or Shall Go more than Two Miles from College upon any Occasion whatsoever : or Shall be Present at any Court, Electio...

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Acts of the General Assembly and Ordinances of the Trustees, for the Organization and Government of the University of North Carolina, Laws for the Government of the University, at 15 Chapter V (1838)

, | , | 1838

CHAPTER V. Of the Moral and Religious conduct of the Students, and their conduct towards the Faculty. . . .

13. No Student shall keep a dog, or fire arms, or gunpowder. He shall not carry, keep, or own at the College, a sword, dirk, sword-cane,...

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The Chicago Municipal Code of 1922, Article II, Regulations, Sec. 2870 (1922)

| | 1922

2870. Firearms-missiles. All persons are forbidden to carry firearms or to throw stones or other missiles within any of the parks, public playgrounds or bathing beaches of the city, and all persons are forbidden to cut, break or in any way injure or de...

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Appendix A, Rules and Regulations Governing the Public Parks within the City of Haverhill (1905)

, | | 1905

It is forbidden . . . 9. To throw stones, balls or other missiles; to discharge or carry firearms, torpedoes, firecrackers or fireworks; to sell, offer or expose for sale any goods or wares; to post or display in any manner within any park or upon the ...

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An Ordinance to regulate the government of parks and other public pleasure grounds of The City of New York, at 600 (1903)

, | | 1903

Be it Ordained by the Board of Aldermen of The City of New York, as follows: All persons are forbidden . . . 

XXIV. No one shall fire or carry any firearm, fire cracker, torpedo or fire-works, nor make a fire, nor make any oration, nor conduct...

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Rules and Regulations Governing the Public Parks within the City of Lowell,, at 58 (1903)

, | | 1903

The Board of Park Commissioners of the City of Lowell, by virtue of its authority to make rules and regulations for the use and government of the Public Parks and Commons of said City, and to fix penalties for breaches of rules and regulations, hereby ...

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Office of Park Commission, New Bedford, Mass., Park Ordinances (1902)

, | | 1902

September 1, 1902. The Board of Park Commissioners of the City of New Bedford, by virtue of its authority to make rules for the use and government of the public parks of said city, and for breaches of such rules to affix penalties, hereby ordain that w...

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Report of the Board of Park Commissioners of Wilmington, Del., for the year ending December 31st, 1897, Park Regulations, at 28

| | 1897

No person shall carry firearms, shoot birds, or other animals, nor throw stones or other missiles, or in any way disturb or annoy the birds or animals within the boundaries of the Park. 

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A Digest of the Acts of Assembly Relating to and the General Ordinances of the City of Pittsburgh, from 1804 to Jan. 1, 1897, Ordinances–Executive Departments, Bureau of Parks (1893)

| | 1893

§ 2 Rules adopted.

Third. No person shall be allowed to carry firearms, or to shoot or throw stones at or to set snares for birds, rabbits, squirrels or fish , within the limits of the parks or within one hundred yards thereof.

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Report of the Board of Park Commissioners of the City of Springfield, Mass., Park Ordinances (1891)

, | | 1891

The Board of Park Commissioners of the City of Springfield, by virtue of its authority to make Rules for the use and government of the Public Parks of said city, and for breaches of such rules to affix penalties, hereby ordains that within the Public P...

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Third Annual Report of the Park Commissioners of the City of Lynn for the year ending December 20, 1891, at 23, Ordinances

, | | 1891

The Board of Park Commissioners of the City of Lynn , by virtue of its authority to make rules for the use and government of the Public Parks of said City, and for breaches of such rules to affix penalties, hereby ordains that within the limits of Lynn...

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