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Ordinance no. 22: An Ordinance Relating to Concealed Weapons and Providing Penalty for Carrying Same, THE HARLOWTON NEWS, Jun. 18, 1909, at 3 (Harlowton, Montana).

| | 1909

"ORDINANCE NO. 22.

    An ordinance relating to concealed weapons and providing penalty for carrying same.
    Be it ordained by the board of aldermen of the town of Harlowton.
  ...

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Ordinance no. 2: An Ordinance Relating to Concealed Weapons, THE ENTERPRISE, Oct. 20, 1909 at 1 (Malta, Montana).

| | 1909

"ORDINANCE NO. 2

    An ordinance relating to concealed weapons.
    Be it ordained by the town council of the town of Malta,

    Section 1. No person in this town shall wear und...

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Ordinance No. 11, §§ 1 & 9, TWIN FALLS WEEKLY NEWS, Jun. 23, 1905, at 3 (Twin Falls, Idaho).

, | | 1905

"ORDINANCE NO. 11.

To Amend Ordinance No. 11, An Ordinance Entitled: 'An Ordinance Defining Offenses Against the Peace and Good Order of the Village of Twin Falls and Providing Punishment The...

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Ordinance No. 2284, § 1, TACOMA REVISED CHARTER AND ORDINANCES 800, 800-03 (1905 Allen & Lamborn).

, , | | 1905

"ORDINANCE NO. 2284.

An ordinance defining who are disorderly persons and to provide for their punishment, and repealing Ordinances No. 2 N. T., No. 3 N. T., No. 4 O. T., No. 5 O. T., No. ...

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Ordinance No. 32: An Ordinance to Define Misdemeanors and Provide Penalty Therefor, and for Other Purposes, THE DAILY MORNING ALASKAN, Jun. 18, 1903, at 2 (Skagway, Alaska).

, | | 1903

"...ARTICLE I

    Offenses against public peace and quiet.

    ...Section 3. Every person who shall, in the presence of one or more persons, exhibit any pistol, bowie...

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Ordinance No. 13: An Act to Prohibit the Carrying of Concealed Weapons, OKEENE EAGLE, Mar. 10, 1902, at 1 (Okeene, Oklahoma).

, | | 1902

"ORDINANCE NO. 13: AN ACT TO PROHIBIT THE CARRYING OF CONCEALED WEAPONS.

    An ordinance to prohibit the carrying of concealed weapons and fixing a penalty for the vio­lation of the same.

    Be it orda...

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E. ST. LOUIS, IL, REV. MUNICIPAL CODE ch. 39, art. 1, §§ 885, 887-888 (1908).

, , , | | 1908

"SEC. 885. Concealed Weapons.] Whoever shall, within said city, wear or carry concealed on his person any pistol, revolver, slung-shot, metallic knuckles, bowie knife, dirk, razor, or other dangerous or deadly weapon; or whoever shall display or flouri...

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BUTLER, MO. REV. ORDINANCES ch. 15, art. 1, No. 18, §§ 44-45 at 78, 90-91 (1906).

, , | | 1906

"SEC. 44. If any person shall carry concealed upon or about his person any deadly or dangerous weapon, or shall go into any church or place where people have assembled for religious worship, or into any school-room...

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An Ordinance Relating to Concealed Weapons, §§ 1-5, in City of Portland Auditor’s Fifty-First Annual Report of the Receipts and Expenditures of the City of Portland for the Financial Year of 1909 152-53 (1910).

, | | 1909

"ORDINANCE RELATING TO CONCEALED WEAPONS.

Be it ordained by the Mayor, Aldermen and Common Council of the City of Portland, in City Council assembled, as follows:

    S...

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Laws regulating what groups may act as military organizations, Ch. 400, §§ 91-92, in, Acts of the State of Tennessee (1909).

| | 1909

"Sec. 91. Be it further enacted, That no body of men, except the organized militia, the troops of the United States, and organizations of Confederate veterans, Grand Army of the Republic, and Spanish-American War veterans, shall maintain an armory or a...

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A law forbidding weapons in certain places, sales of weapons to minors, etc., Ch. 45—Misdemeanors, § 32, in General Ordinances of the City of Brookfield Linn County, Missouri (1900).

, , , | | 1900

"Sec. 32. Carrying Concealed Weapons.—If any person shall, with­in this city, carry concealed upon or about his person, any deadly or dan­gerous weapon, or shall go into any church or place where people have as­sembled for religious worship, or in...

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Laws that prohibit carrying concealed weapons, bringing weapons to certain places, and selling weapons to minors, Revised Ordinance No. 16, §§ 44-45, in The Revised Ordinances of the City of Maryville (1903).

, , , | | 1903

"Sec. 44. Carrying Concealed Weapons.—If any person shall carry concealed, upon or about his person, any deadly or dangerous weapon, or shall go into any church or place where people are assembled for religious worship, or into any school room or pla...

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Laws concerning carrying weapons in certain places, sales of weapons to minors, etc., Chapter 21—Misdemeanors, § 162, in Revised Ordinances of the City of Hamilton, Cauldwell County, Missouri (1903).

, , , | | 1903

"Sec. 162. Any person who shall carry concealed upon or about his person any deadly or dangerous weap­on, or shall go into any church or place where people have assembled for religious worship, or into any school room or place where people are assembl...

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Chapter 16—Misdemeanors, § 11—Carrying Concealed Weapons, in, Charter and Revised Ordinances of the City of Glasgow, Howard County, Missouri (1903).

, , , | | 1903

"Sec. 11. Carrying concealed weapons.— If any person shall in this city carry concealed upon or about his person any deadly or dangerous weapon, or shall go into any church or place where people have assembled for religious worship, or into any schoo...

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Military Parades by Unauthorized Bodies Prohibited, Ch. 394, §§ 89-90, in, Acts and Resolves Passed by the General Assembly of the State of Rhode Island (1909).

| | 1909

"Military Parades by Unauthorized Bodies Prohibited.

Sec. 89. No body of men, other than the organized militia, the organized naval forces, the independent chartered military organizations, the military and naval forces of the United States, as...

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Ch. 206, § 113—Military Parades by Unauthorized Bodies Prohibited, in, Acts and Resolves as Passed by the Seventy-Fourth Legislature of the State of Maine (1909).

| | 1909

"Sec. 113. No body of men, other than the active militia and the troops of the United States, shall associate themselves together as a military company or organization, or parade in public with firearms in any city or town of this state; nor shall any ...

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Ch. 54—Protecting Game on Lake Washington, §§ 1-3, in Session Laws of the State of Washington Eleventh Session (1909).

| | 1909

"Chapter 54

[H. B. 79.]

Protecting Game on Lake Washington

An Act to prevent the firing of guns or the killing, entr...

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Ch. 7, §§ 265-266—Dangerous Weapons & Setting Spring Gun, in Session Laws of the State of Washington Eleventh Session (1909).

, , | | 1909

"Sec. 265. Dangerous Weapons—Evidence.
Every person who shall manufacture, sell or dispose of or have in his possession any instrument or weapon of the kind usually known as slung shot, sand club, or metal knuckles; shall furtively carry, or c...

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Ch. 8—Crimes against the Public Peace, §§ 307-308—Aiming or Discharging Firearms & Use of Firearms by Minor, in Session Laws of the State of Washington Eleventh Session (1909).

, | | 1909

"Sec. 307. Aiming or Discharging Firearms.

Every person who shall aim any gun, pistol, revolver or other firearm, whether loaded or not, at or towards any human being, or who shall wilfully discharge any firearm, air gun or other weapon, or thr...

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Ch. 8—Crimes against the Public Peace, § 294—Armed Association, in Session Laws of the State of Washington Eleventh Session (1909).

| | 1909

"Sec. 294. Armed Association.

It shall not be lawful for any body of men other than Armed the National Guard or troops of the United States, to associate themselves together as a military company with arms, without the consent of the Governor; ...

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Penal Ordinance No. 35: Concealed Weapon[s], §§ 1-4, in Revised Charter Ordinances and Franchises* of the City of Lockport (1909).

, , | | 1909

"Sec.1. Concealed weapon. No person over the age of 16 years shall have or carry concealed upon his person, in said city, any pistol, revolver, or other firearm without a written license therefor, theretofore issued to him by the chief...

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Laws regulating carrying and brandishing firearms, who can own them, where they can be brought, etc., Ch. 20, §§ 293-300, in The Charter and Code of the Ordinances of Yazoo City (1908).

, , , , | | 1908

"Deadly weapons; carrying of concealed.
Sec. 293. Any person who carries concealed, in whole or in part, any bowie knife, dirk knife, butcher knife, pistol, brass or metallic knuckles, slungshot, sword, or other deadly weapon of...

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An Ordinance Concerning Misdemeanors, §§ 14-15, in General Ordinances of the City of New Franklin (1907).

, , | | 1907

"Sec. 14. If any person shall carry concealed upon or about his person any deadly or dangerous weapon or shall go into any church or place where people are assembled for religious worship or into any school room or place where people are assembled for ...

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Deadly Weapons Concealed, Etc., & Shooting Firearms, Ch. 30, §§ 184-185, in Revised Ordinances City of Sarcoxie, Jasper County, MO (1907).

, , , | | 1907

"Sec. 184—Deadly Weapons Concealed, Etc. If any person shall carry concealed upon or about his person any deadly or dangerous weapon, or shall go into any church or place where people have assembled for religious worship, or into any school room or p...

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