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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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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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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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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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1895 Mich. Local Acts 596, § 44

| | 1895

SEC. 44.  No person shall fire or discharge any gun or pistol firearms or fireworks. or carry firearms, or throw stones or other missiles within said park or boulevard, nor shall any person fire, discharge or set off any rocket, cracker, torpedo, squi...

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A Digest of the Laws and Ordinances for the Government of the Municipal Corporation of the City of Reading, Pennsylvania, Park Rules and Regulations, 240 (1897)

, | | 1897

(8) No person shall carry firearms, or shoot in the common, or within fifty yards thereof, or throw stones or other missiles therein.

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Laws and Ordinances for the Government of the Municipal Corporation of the City of Williamsport, Pennsylvania 141 (1891)

, | | 1891

SEC. 1

21. No person shall carry fire-arms, or shoot in the park, or discharge any fire-works, or throw stones or missiles therein.

(Rules and Regulations for the government and protection of Brandon Park)

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The Charter of the City of Wilmington, Part VII, § 7, Rules and Regulations of the Board of Park Commissioners (1893)

| | 1893

7.  No person shall carry fire-arms or shoot birds or other animals within the Park, or throw stones or missiles therein. 

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Washington D.C. 27 Stat. 116 (1892)

, | | 1892

CHAP. 159.--An Act to punish the carrying or selling of deadly or dangerous weapons within the District of Columbia, and for other purposes.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress as...

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R.H. Thompson, The Annotated Code of the General Statute Laws of the State of Mississippi 327, § 1030 (1892)

| | 1892

1030 (2988). The same; college students not to have, etc.-A student of any university, college, or school, who shall carry, bring, receive, own, or have on the campus, college or school grounds, or within two miles thereof, any weapon the carrying of w...

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1895 Fla. Laws 14

| | 1895

Fourteenth. No merchant, store-keeper or dealer shall keep for sale or sell pistols, Springfield rifles, repeating rifles, bowie knives or dirk knives, w...

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1899 Tenn. Session Laws 780

, | | 1899

Provided however, That it shall be lawful for any person to hunt quail or partridges in said counties with a gun, between the first day of November and the first day of January of each year. But it is further provided, that it shall not be lawful to hu...

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Kentucky Statutes Containing All General Laws including Those Passed at Session of 1898, p. 547 Sec. 1259

, | | 1898

Hunting or fishing on another's land. Any person who shall enter upon the inclosed lands of another for the purpose of shooting, hunting, or fishing, without the consent of the owner or occupant of said lands, shall be fined not less than five nor more...

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1890 Okla. Laws 495, art. 47

, , , | | 1890 Sec. 1. It shall be unlawful for any person in the Territory of Oklahoma to carry concealed on or about his person, saddle, or saddle bags, any pistol, revolver, bowie knife, dirk, dagger, slung-shot, sword cane, spear, metal knuckles, or any other kind o...

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Quoted in Brief of Amicus Curiae Patrick J. Charles at App. 13, N.Y. State Rifle & Pistol Ass’n, v. City of New York (Ordinances of the City of Barre, Vermont)

, | | 1895 CHAPTER 16, SEC. 18. No person, except on his own premises, or by the consent and permission of the owner or occupant of the premises, and except in the performance of some duty required by law, shall discharge any gun, pistol, or other fire arm loaded wi...

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1899 Wyo. Sess. Laws 32-33, An Act for the Better Protection of the Game and Fish of this State . . . , ch. 19, § 14.

, , | | 1899

Any person who is a bona fide citizen of the State of Wyoming shall, upon payment of one dollar to any Justice of the Peace of the county in which he resides, be entitled to receive from said Justice of the Peace, a gun license, which license shall per...

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1899 Tenn. Pub. Acts 327, An Act to Repeal the Charter of the Town of Waverly, in Humphreys County, and to Incorporate Said Town and Define Its Rights, Powers, etc.,  ch. 174, § 11, pt. 10.

| | 1899

[The Town has power] To regulate, restrain, or prevent the carrying on of manufactories dangerous in causing or producing fires, and to prevent and suppress the sale of firearms, fireworks, Roman candles, crackers, sky rockets, etc., and toy pistols.Read More

1899 S.C. Acts 97, An Act To Prevent Drunkeness And Shooting Upon The Highway, No. 67, § 1

| | 1899

§ 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of South Carolina, That any person who shall engage in any boisterous conduct, under the influence of intoxicating liquors, or while feigning to be under the influence of such liquors, or wit...

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Dorset Carter, Annotated Statutes of the Indian Territory: Embracing All Laws of a General and Permanent Character in Force at the Close of the Second Session of the Fifty-fifth Congress Page 757, Image 841 (1899) available at The Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources.

| | 1899

Indian Territory, § 4345 Every person other than an Indian, who within the Indian country, purchases or receives of any Indian in the way of barter, trade or pledge, a gun, trap or other article commonly used in hunting, any instrument of husbandr...

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