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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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A Digest of the Ordinances of Town Council of the Borough of Phoenixville 135 (1878)

| | 1878

The following rules and regulations shall be adopted for the government and protection of Reeves Park, in the Borough of Phoenixville: . . . 

4. No person shall carry fire-arms or shoot birds or throw stones or other missiles therein. 

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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)

| | 1871

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, slu...

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Acts of Assembly Relating to Fairmount Park Sect. 21

| | 1870

Sect. 21. The said Park shall be under the following rules and regulations, and such others as the Park Commissioners may from time to time ordain:
I. No persons shall turn cattle, goats, swine or horses or other animals loose into the Park.
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1872 Wis. Sess. Laws 17, ch. 7, § 1, An Act to prohibit and prevent the carrying of concealed weapons.

| | 1872

SECTION 1. If any person shall go armed with a concealed dirk, dagger, sword, pistol, or pistols, revolver, slung-shot, brass knuckles, or other offensive and dangerous weapon, he shall, on conviction thereof, be adjudged guilty of a misdemeanor, and s...

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R. H. Clark, The Code of the State of Georgia (1873) § 4528 – Deadly weapons not to be carried in public places

, | | 1873

No person in this State is permitted or allowed to carry about his or her person, any dirk, bowie knife, pistol or revolver, or any kind of deadly weapon, to any Court of justice, or any election ground, or precinct, or any place of public worship, or ...

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Act of Feb. 16, 1875,1874-75 Ark. Acts 156.

, | | 1875 Sec. 1. That any person who shall wear or carry any pistol of any kind whatever, or any dirk, butcher or bowie knife, or a sword or a spear in a cane, brass or metal knucks, or razor, as a weapon, shall be adjudged guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon convic...

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Ch. XII, Article XVIII: Dangerous Weapons, undated, reprinted in Constitution and Laws of the Cherokee Nation 228 (1875).

| | 1875 Sec. 88. Every person, a citizen of this Nation, who shall in any way carry arms of any kind whatever, or who shall have on or about his person any dirk, bowie knife, pistol, revolver, slung shot, metal knuckles or other dangerous arm or weapon, except a ...

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An Act to Prevent the Carrying of Concealed Weapons, Aug. 10, 1871, reprinted in Laws of the District of Columbia: 1871-1872, Part II, 33 (1872).

| | 1871 Ch. XXV. Be in enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the District of Columbia, That 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...

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1879 Tex. Crim. Stat. tit. IX, Ch. 4 (Penal Code)

| | 1879 Art. 318. If any person in this state shall carry on or about his person, saddle, or in his saddle-bags, any pistol, dirk, dagger, slung-shot, sword-cane, spear, brass-knuckles, bowie-knife, or any other kind of knife manufactured or sold for the purposes...

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Ordinance No. 9: Carrying Deadly Weapons, Jan. 28, 1873, reprinted in Arizona Weekly Citizen (Tucson, Arizona), Feb. 8, 1873, at 2.

| | 1873 SEC. 1. Every person not being a peace officer, who shall wear or carry any dirk, dirk-knife, gun, pistol, sword in a cane, slung-shot or other dangerous or deadly weapon, contrary to the provisions of this ordinance, within the inhabited portions of the ...

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AN ACT relating to the arsenals and military stores of Montana Territory, Ch. LXII, in Laws, Memorials, and Resolutions of the Territory of Montana, passed at the Seventh Session of the Legislative Assembly, begun at Virginia City, Monday, December 4, 1871, and Concluded January 12, 1872, at 563.

| | 1872

Sec 1. It shall be the duty of any keeper of the arsenal, military stores, ammunition, arms and ordnance belonging to this territory . . . to report to the governor in writing the amount of such military stores and ammunition, and a list and descriptio...

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Crimes and Punishments, in Compiled and Revised Laws of the Territory of Idaho 326 (M. Kelly, Territorial Printer 1875).

| | 1875

Sec. 35. If any person. shall, by previous appoint-ment or agreement, fight a duel with a rifle, shot-gun, pistol, bowie knife, dirk, small sword, back sword, or any other dangerous weapon, and in so doing shall kill his antagonist or any other person ...

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Crimes and Punishments, in Compiled and Revised Laws of the Territory of Idaho 354 (M. Kelly, Territorial Printer 1875).

| | 1875

Sec. 133. If any person shall have found upon him or her any pick-lock, crow-key, bit or other instrument or tool, with intent feloniously to crack and enter into any dwelling-house, store, shop, warehouse, or other building containing valuable propert...

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Crimes and Punishments, in Compiled and Revised Laws of the Territory of Idaho 327 (M. Kelly, Territorial Printer 1875).

| | 1875

Sec. 40. That any person in this Territory having, carrying or procuring from another person any dirk, dirk knife, sword cane, pistol, gun or other deadly weapon, who shall in the presence of two or more persons draw or exhibit any of said deadly weapo...

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George W. Cothran, The Revised Statutes of the State of Illinois, Embracing All Laws of a General Nature in Force July 1, 1883, with Notes and References to Judicial Decisions Construing their Provisions Page 453, Image 512 (1884) available at The Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources.

, | | 1879

Deadly Weapons, Disorderly Conduct. Disturbing the Peace. § 56. Whoever willfully disturbs the peace and quiet of any neighborhood or family by loud or unusual noises, or by tumultuous or offensive carriage threatening, traducing, quarreling, chal...

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J. M. Falkner, The Code of Ordinances of the City Council of Montgomery, with the Charter Page151, Image 151 (1879) available at The Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources.

| | 1879

[Ordinances of the City of Montgomery,] § 449. Any person who fires or discharges, or causes to be fired or discharged, any pistol, gun, cannon, anvil, or anything of like kind or character; or who lets off or discharges any rocket, fire-crackers,...

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Revised Ordinances of the City of Salina, Together with the Act Governing Cities of the Second Class: Also a Complete List of the Officers of Salina During its Organization as a Town and City of the Second and Third Class Page 99, Image 100 (1879) available at The Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources.

| | 1879

Ordinances of the City of Salina, An Ordinance Relating to the Carrying of Deadly Weapons, § 1. That it shall be unlawful for any person to carry on or about his person any pistol, bowie knife, dirk, or other deadly or dangerous weapon, anywhere w...

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J.C. Moreland, Charter and Ordinances of the City of Portland and Table of Grades: Together with the Rules of Order, Reports of officers, etc. Page 207, Image 212 (1879) available at The Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources.

| | 1879

Ordinances [of the City of Portland], Concerning Offenses and Disorderly Conduct, § 2. The City of Portland does ordain as follows... That any person or persons who shall fire any pistol, gun or rifle, or any other species of fire-arms, within the...

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1879 N.C. Sess. Laws 231, An Act to Make the Carrying of Concealed Weapons a Misdemeanor, ch. 127, §§1, 2, 4.

| | 1879

§ 1. That it shall be unlawful for any person in this state, except when upon his own premises, to carry concealed about his person any pistol, bowie-knife, dirk, dagger, slungshot, loaded cane, brass, iron or metallic knuckes or other deadly weap...

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1879 Mo. Laws 90, An Act To Prohibit The Discharge Of Firearms In The Immediate Vicinity Of Any Courthouse, Church Or Building Used For School Or College Purposes, § 1.

| | 1879

Hereafter it shall be unlawful for any person in this State, except he be a sheriff or other officer, in the discharge of official duty to discharge or fire off any gun, pistol or fire-arms of any description in the immediate vicinity of any court hous...

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Michael Augustus Daugherty, The Revised Statutes and Other Acts of a General Nature of the State of Ohio: In Force January 1, 1880. Vol. 2 Page 1655, Image 453 (1879) available at The Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources.

| | 1879

[Offenses Against Public Policy, § 7007. Whoever plays bullets along or across any street, in any municipal corporation, or runs any horse, shoots or fires any gun or pistol at a target, within the limits of any municipal corporation, shall be fin...

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