1903 Or. Laws 31, Reg. Sess., Spec. Laws, An Act to Incorporate the City of Portland . . . ,  art. 4, § 73, pt. 36.

To regulate or prevent the storage, manufacture, and sale of dangerous, explosive, or combustible materials, including gunpowder, dynamite, giant powder, calcium carbide, nitro-glycerine, oil, and gas, and to provide for the inspection of the same; to prevent, by all proper means, all risks of injury or damage by fire arising from negligence, or otherwise[.]




1903 Minn. Laws 588-89, An Act for the Preservation, Propogation, Protection, Taking, Use and Transportation of Fish and Game, ch. 336, § 12.

No person shall at any time set, lay, prepare or have in possession any trap, snare, artificial light, net, bird lime, swivel gun or set gun or any contrivance whatever for the purpose of catching, taking or killing any of the birds in this act mentioned, except that decoys and stationary blinds may be used in hunting wild geese, brant and ducks. Whoever shall offend against any of the provisions of this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of not less than ten (10) dollars nor more than one hundred (100) dollars, and costs of prosecution, or by imprisonment in the county jail for not less than ten (10) days nor more than ninety (90) days, for each and every offense.




1902-04 Va. Acts 155-157, An Act to Raise Revenue for Support of the Government and Public Free Schools. . . , sch. B, § 6, Tangible Personal Property, Eighteenth

Eighteenth. The aggregate value of all shot-guns, rifles, muskets, and other fire-arms, bowie knives, dirks, and all weapons of a similar kind: provided, that all fire-arms issued by the State to members of volunteer companies, or for purposes of police, shall not be listed for taxation (along with other tangible property taxed at twenty cents per 100.00)




1903 Haw. Sess. Laws 55, ch. 8, § 25.

To adopt such rules and regulations within the County with regard to the keeping and storing of gun powder, Hercules powder, giant powder, kerosene or coal oil, benzoin, naptha or other explosive or combustible material, as the safety and protection of the lives and property of individuals may require.




S.D. Rev. Code, Penal Code 1150 (1903), § 469.

§ 469. Every person who manufactures or causes to be manufactured, or sells or offers or keeps for sale, or gives or disposes of any instrument or weapon of the kind usually known as slung shot, or of any similar kind is guilty of a misdemeanor.