§ 31-38  SAME — SAME — MINORS.
   It shall be unlawful for any person under the age of eighteen (18) years to be in possession of any knife, dart or instrument of any description that could be used for cutting or stabbing, any blackjack, slingshot, billy, metallic knuckles, sand club, sand bag, karate sticks, nunchucks, shurikens (sharpened stars or discs used for throwing) or bludgeon or any other dangerous or deadly weapon or instrument in any streets, alleys, parks, boulevards or other public property or schools in the City, or in any dance hall, theater, amusement park, liquor establishment, store or other private property generally frequented by the public for purposes of education, recreation, amusement, entertainment, sport or shopping; provided, this section shall not apply to any such person under the age of eighteen (18) years of age being in possession of any such weapon or instrument when it is used or carried in good faith as a tool of honest work, trade, business, sport or recreation, or when used in good faith as equipment related to and required for any legitimate sport, recreation or youth character building program, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, and the like, when actively engaged therein or actively engaged in going to or returning from such honest work, trade, business, sport, recreation or youth character building program, or unless such person is licensed by the State of Michigan to carry a concealed weapon, and then only in accordance with any restrictions upon said license.
(Ord. 1840, passed 5-10-1965; Ord. 2864, passed 12-20-1982)