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Year: 1907

1907 S.D. Sess. Laws 89, An Act Entitled an Act Defining Burglary with Explosives and the Punishment Therefor, ch. 82, §§ 1-3.

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§ 1. A person who, with intent to commit burglary, breaks and enters in the night time a building and commits or attempts burglary by the use of nitro-glycerine dynamite, gunpowder or any other high explosive, is guilty of burglary with explosives...

§ 1. A person who, with intent to commit burglary, breaks and enters in the night time a building and commits or attempts burglary by the use of nitro-glycerine dynamite, gunpowder or any other high explosive, is guilty of burglary with explosives in the second degree. § 2. A person who, with intent to commit burglary, breaks and enters in the night time a building in which there is a human being, and commits or attempts burglary by the use of nitro-glycerine, dynamite, gunpowder or any other high explosive, is guilty of burglary with explosives in the first degree. § 3. Burglary with explosives in the first degree is punishable by imprisonment in the state penitentiary for not less than twenty-five years and burglary with explosives in the second degree is punishable by imprisonment in the state penitentiary for not less than fifteen years and not more than twenty-five years.

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1907 Mich. Pub. Acts 68, An Act Defining the Crime of Burglary with Explosives and Providing the Punishment Therefor, § 1.

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Any person who with intent to commit crime, breaks and enters any building and for the purpose of committing any crime, uses or attempt to use nitroglycerine, dynamite, gunpowder or any other high explosive shall be deemed guilty of burglary with explo...

Any person who with intent to commit crime, breaks and enters any building and for the purpose of committing any crime, uses or attempt to use nitroglycerine, dynamite, gunpowder or any other high explosive shall be deemed guilty of burglary with explosives and on conviction shall be punished by imprisonment for a term of not less than fifteen years nor more than thirty years.

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1907 Iowa Acts 81, ch. 76, § V(e).

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If there be kept, used or allowed on the within described premises benzine, benzole, dynamite, ether, fireworks, gasoline, Greek fire, gunpowder, exceeding twenty-five pounds in quantity, naptha, nitroglycerine, or other explosives, phosphorous, calciu...

If there be kept, used or allowed on the within described premises benzine, benzole, dynamite, ether, fireworks, gasoline, Greek fire, gunpowder, exceeding twenty-five pounds in quantity, naptha, nitroglycerine, or other explosives, phosphorous, calcium carbide, petroleum or any of its products of greater inflammability than kerosene of lawful standard, which last named article may be used for lights and kept for sale according to law, in quantities not exceeding five barrels.

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1907 Wash. Sess. Laws 634-636, An Act Relating to Cities of the Second Class and Providing for the Government of Such Cities . . . , ch. 241, § 29, pt. 21.

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Powers of Council Enumerated. The city council of such city shall have power and authority: . . . 21. Combustibles; To regulate or prohibit the loading or storage of gunpowder and combustible or explosive materials in the city, or transporting the same...

Powers of Council Enumerated. The city council of such city shall have power and authority: . . . 21. Combustibles; To regulate or prohibit the loading or storage of gunpowder and combustible or explosive materials in the city, or transporting the same through its streets or over its waters.

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1907 Ariz. Sess. Laws 15, An Act to Prohibit Officers from Carrying Firearms While Under the Influence of Liquor and for Other Purposes, ch. 16, § 1.

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It shall be unlawful for any constable or other peace officer in the Territory of Arizona, while under the influence of intoxicating liquor of any kind, to carry or have on his person a pistol, gun, or other firearm, or while so intoxicated to strike a...

It shall be unlawful for any constable or other peace officer in the Territory of Arizona, while under the influence of intoxicating liquor of any kind, to carry or have on his person a pistol, gun, or other firearm, or while so intoxicated to strike any person, or to strike at any person with a pistol, gun or other firearm . . .

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1907 N.H. Laws 142, An Act Relating to the Committing of Burglary with Explosives, ch. 146, §§ 1-4.

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§ 1. That any person who, with intent to commit burglary, breaks and enters in the night-time any building in which there is a human being, and commits a burglary by the use of nitro-glycerine, dynamite, gunpowder or any other explosive, shall be ...

§ 1. That any person who, with intent to commit burglary, breaks and enters in the night-time any building in which there is a human being, and commits a burglary by the use of nitro-glycerine, dynamite, gunpowder or any other explosive, shall be deemed guilty of burglary with explosives, and any person convicted of such offense shall be punished by imprisonment in the state prison at hard labor for a period of not less than twenty years and not more than thirty years. § 2. That any person who, with intent to commit burglary, breaks and enters in the daytime any building in which there is a human being, and commits a burglary by the use of nitro-glycerine, dynamite, gunpowder or any other explosive, shall be deemed guilty of burglary with explosives, and any person convicted of such offense shall be punished by imprisonment in the state prison at hard labor for a period of not less than fifteen years and not more than thirty years. § 3. That any person who, with intent to commit burglary, breaks and enters in the night-time any building in which there is no human being, and commits a burglary by the use of nitro-glycerine, dynamite, gunpowder or any other explosive, shall be deemed guilty of burglary with explosives, and any person convicted of such offense shall be punished by imprisonment in the state prison at hard labor for a period of not less than ten years and not more than thirty years. § 4. That any person who, with intent to commit burglary, breaks and enters in the daytime any building in which there is no human being, by the use of nitro-glycerine, dynamite, gunpowder or any other explosive shall be deemed guilty of burglary with explosives, and any person convicted of such offense shall be punished by imprisonment in the state prison at hard labor for a period of not less than five years and not more than thirty years.

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1907 Texas Gen. Laws 210, An Act Defining “Burglary with Explosives,” Prescribing Penalty for the Commission Thereof, and Declaring an Emergency, §§ 1-2.

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§ 1. Any person who shall commit burglary as defined by the Penal Code of this State, and in the commission of the offense uses nitro-glycerine, dynamite, gunpowder or other high explosives, shall be deemed guilty of burglary with explosives. &sec...

§ 1. Any person who shall commit burglary as defined by the Penal Code of this State, and in the commission of the offense uses nitro-glycerine, dynamite, gunpowder or other high explosives, shall be deemed guilty of burglary with explosives. § 2. Any person who shall be convicted of burglary with explosives shall be punished by imprisonment in the State prison for not less than twenty-five years and not more than forty years.

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1907 Or. Laws 292, An Act Defining the Crime of Burglary with Explosives, and Prescribing the Punishment Therefor, ch. 149, § 1.

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If any person shall break and enter any building in the night time with intent to commit a crime therein, and shall in the commission of or attempt to commit such crime, use or attempt to use nitro-glycerine, dynamite, gunpowder or other high explosive...

If any person shall break and enter any building in the night time with intent to commit a crime therein, and shall in the commission of or attempt to commit such crime, use or attempt to use nitro-glycerine, dynamite, gunpowder or other high explosive, such person shall be deemed guilty of burglary with explosives, and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by imprisonment in the penitentiary for not less than five years nor more than forty years.

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1907 Colo. Rev. Stat. 522, Offenses Against Habitations and Other Buildings, § 69.

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Any person who, with the intent to commit any crime, breaks and enters any building and, for the purpose of committing any crime, uses or attempts to use nitroglycerine, dynamite, gunpowder or any other explosive, is guilty of burglary with explosives ...

Any person who, with the intent to commit any crime, breaks and enters any building and, for the purpose of committing any crime, uses or attempts to use nitroglycerine, dynamite, gunpowder or any other explosive, is guilty of burglary with explosives and on conviction shall be punished by imprisonment for a term of not less than twenty-five nor more than forty years.

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1907 Tenn. Pub. Acts 208, An Act Entitled “An Act to Amend the Charter of the Town of Huntingdon, in the County of Carroll” . . . , ch. 74, § 2, pt. 11.

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[T]o regulate the discharging, firing, shooting, or carrying of guns, pistols, and fireworks in the town; to regulate or prohibit the selling within the limits of the town fireworks of any kind whatever.