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Year: 1907

1907 N.J. Laws 116-17, An Act Concerning the Government of Certain Cities in This State and Constituting a Municipal Board of Public Works and Other Officers Therein, and Defining the Powers and Duties of Such Boards and Relating to the Municipal Affairs and Departments of Such Cities Placed under the Control and Management of Such Board, and Providing for the Maintenance of Said Board, ch. 62, § 2.

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For greater certainty it is hereby specified that, in addition to the other powers hereby conferred upon said board, are the following: . . . To regulate and prohibit the use of guns, pistols, firearms and fireworks of all descriptions within the city....

For greater certainty it is hereby specified that, in addition to the other powers hereby conferred upon said board, are the following: . . . To regulate and prohibit the use of guns, pistols, firearms and fireworks of all descriptions within the city.

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1907 Colo. Sess. Laws 419, Game—Fish, § 10.

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No game shall be pursued, taken, wounded or Unlawful to killed in the night, nor with a steel or hard pointed bullet; nor with any weapon other than ordinary shoulder gun or pistol. . . .