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1925 Mich. Pub. Acts 108, An Act to Create a District of Refuge in Ingham County to Be Known as “Pine Lake Wild Life Sanctuary” in Which It Shall Be Unlawful to Kill,Catch or Destroy Any Wild Game Animals . . . , § 2.

| | 1925

It shall be unlawful for any person to hunt, trap, capture, kill or otherwise destroy any wild game animals, wild game or songbirds, their young offspring or eggs in the district hereinbefore described, or to molest the homes, nests or houses of such w...

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1924 Miss. Laws 554, An Act Creating Bird and Game Sanctuaries, Providing That Parks and Play Grounds of Certain Dimensions Shall Constitute Such Sanctuaries, and For the Protection of Birds and Game Therein, ch. 323, § 2.

| | 1924

It shall be unlawful for any person to hunt with gun or dog on any sanctuary or preserve for birds and game, or to rob or destroy the nests of any birds, or to catch, snare, trap, or net any birds within any such prescribed limits, and any person found...

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1923 Mo. Laws 241-42, An Act to Provide the Exercise of the Police Powers of the State by and through Prohibiting the Manufacture, Possession, Transportation, Sale and Disposition of Intoxicating Liquors. . .§ 17.

| | 1923

Any person, while in charge of, or a passenger thereon, who shall carry on his person, or in, on, or about, any wagon, buggy, automobile, boat, aeroplane, or other conveyance or vehicle whatsoever, in, or upon which any intoxicating liquor, including w...

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1921 N.C. Sess. Laws 54, Pub. Laws Extra Sess., An Act to Protect Animals and Game in Parks and Game Reservations in Either Private or Public Parks or Places, ch. 6, § 3.

| | 1921

That any person who shall carry a pistol, revolver, or gun in any park or reservation such as is described in section one of this act, without having first obtained the written permission of the owner or manager of said park or reservation, shall be gu...

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1919 Me. Laws 193, Possession of loaded shotgun or rifle in motor vehicle on highways, fields or forests prohibited; penalty.

| | 1919

No person shall have a rifle or shotgun, either loaded or with a cartridge in the magazine thereof, in or on any motor vehicle while the same is upon any highway or in the fields or forests. Whoever violates any provision of this section shall be subje...

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1919 N.D. Laws 173, § 8.

| | 1919

Section 51 . . . is hereby amended . . . Any person traveling in any manner in any part of this state off the public highway, outside the immediate bounds of the inhabited parts of any village, town or city in possession of any kind of a shot gun, with...

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1917 Mont. Laws 179-80, An Act to Establish a Game Preserve in South Moccasin Mountains, Fergus County, Montana, for the Protection of Game Animals and Game Birds, and Providing Penalties for the Pursuing, Hunting or Killing of Such Animals or Birds in Such Preserve, ch. 109, § 2.

| | 1917

It shall be unlawful for any person at any time to hunt, trap, kill, capture, chase or molest any game animals or game birds whatever within the limits of said game preserve, or to discharge any firearms or to create any unusual disturbance tending to ...

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1917 Id.Sess. Laws 461, An Act . . . To Regulate the Use and Carrying of Concealed Deadly Weapons . . .

| | 1917

If any person (excepting officials of a county, officials of the State of Idaho, officials of the United States, peace officers, guards of any jail, any officer of any express company on duty) shall carry concealed upon or about his person, any dirk, d...

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1917 Wis. Sess. Laws 1243-44, An Act to Repeal Sections . . . to Create a New Chapter to Be Numbered 29 . . . Relating to Wild Animals, and the Regulation of the Enjoyment, Disposition and Conservation Thereof, Prescribing Penalties, and Creating a Conservation Fund, ch. 668, § 3, pt. 29.57 (4).

| | 1917

(4) Absolute Protection. No owner of lands embraced within any such wild life refuge, and no other person whatever, shall hunt or trap within the boundaries of any wild life refuge, state park, or state fish hatchery lands; nor have in his possession o...

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1916 Va. Acts 568, An Act to Prevent the Destruction of Wild Game Within Certain Territory Lying Within the Boundaries of the Massanutten Purchase Area, in the State of Virginia… §1.

| | 1916

1. Be it enacted by the general assembly of Virginia, That it shall be unlawful for any person or persons to hunt, pursue, kill, or destroy in any way, any wild game or to enter with dog or gun or both with intent to hunt, kill, pursue, destroy any wil...

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1912 Ariz. Sess. Laws 253, § 24.

| | 1912

It shall be unlawful for any person to shoot a rifle, revolver, or shotgun of any caliber or guage (gauge) upon, from, or across any public highway of the State of Arizona, where there is cultivated land or dwelling houses either side, thereof, or wher...

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1911 N.C. Sess. Laws 735-36, Priv. Laws, An Act to Incorporate the Washington Branch Baptist Church in the County of Greene, ch. 293, § 4.

| | 1911

That it shall be a misdemeanor for any person to use loud, profane or indecent language, fire off a gun or pistol in hearing distance of those assembled for or engaged in divine worship, or otherwise disturb and annoy those assembled for or engaged in ...

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1910 Ga. Laws 137, Shooting at Houses, Prohibited, § 1.

| | 1910

. . . it shall be unlawful for any person to shoot at, toward or into any occupied dwelling house in this State with any gun, pistol, rifle or any other deadly firearm, except in defense of person, property, or habitation, or under the circumstances of...

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1910 Md. Laws 521, § 16c.

| | 1910

§ 16c. That it shall be unlawful for any person to hunt, pursue or kill any of the birds or animals named in Section 12, 13, 14 and 14A of this Act, or any insectivorous birds (excepting English sparrows), in Allegany County on Sunday, or on elect...

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1907 Minn. Laws 408-09, An Act to Prohibit the Shooting of Firearms Within Three Miles of the Corporate Limits of Cities Having a Population of 50,000 or More, ch. 300, § 1.

| | 1907

It is hereby declared unlawful for any person to hunt with or carry loaded any rifle or other firearm for the purpose of hunting within three miles of the corporate limits of any city having a population of 50,000 or more, except target practice on reg...

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1905 Ind. Acts 677, Public Conveyance—Attacking, § 410.

| | 1905

Whoever maliciously or mischievously shoots a gun, rifle, pistol or other weapon, or throws a stone, stick, club or any other substance whatever, at or against any stage coach, or any locomotive, railroad car, or train of cars, street car, or interurba...

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1905 N.C. Sess. Laws 488, Priv. Laws, An Act to Amend the Charter of the Town of Magnolia, in Duplin County, ch. 174, § 60.

| | 1905

That the board of commissioners of said town shall have power to pass ordinances for the protection of the persons and property of the citizens of the same, and to that end may pass an ordinance making it unlawful to discharge any gun, pistol, or other...

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1905 Ga. Laws 86, Rocking or Shooting at or in Cars, § 1.

| | 1905

. . . Any person who shall throw a rock or other missile at, towards or into any car of any passenger train upon any railroad or street railroad, or shoot any gun, pistol or firearms of any kind at, towards or into any such car, or shoot while in such ...

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1905 Minn. Laws 620, An Act for the Preservation, Propogation, Protection, Taking, Use and Transportation of Game and Fish, and Certain Harmless Birds and Animals, ch. 344, § 53.

| | 1905

State Parks – No person shall pursue, hunt, take, catch, or kill any wild bird or animal of any kind within the limits of any territory set apart, designated used or maintained as a state public park, or within one-half mile of the outer limits t...

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1903-1904 N.J. Laws 178, A Further Supplement to an Act Entitled “An Act Concerning Disorderly Persons,” ch. 68, § 1.

| | 1904

Any person trespassing upon any marsh, swamp or meadow grounds lying within the bounds of any meadow bank company, organized or to be organized under the provisions of the act . . . where the owners and possessors of the said marsh, swamp or meadow lan...

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1903 Ga. Laws 71, An Act for the Protection of the Officers and Employees of the Georgia Penitentiary at the Various Camps throughout the State, and for all other purposes, § 1.

| | 1903

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Georgia, and it is hereby enacted by authority of the same, That from and after the passage of this Act it shall be unlawful for any person in the State of Georgia to come inside of the guard-lines ...

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1901 N J. Laws 265, An Act for the Protection of Certain Kinds of Birds, Game and Fish, to Regulate Their Method of Capture and Provide Open and Close Seasons for Such Capture and Possesion, ch. 120, § 14.

| | 1901

It shall be unlawful to hunt with a hound or hounds, or with fire-arms or weapons of any kind, or to carry a gun in the woods or fields or on the waters on the Sabbath day, commonly called Sunday, under a penalty of twenty dollars for each offence.

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