§ 10-822.  Carrying of Weapons in or on Public and Private Buildings. 274
   (1)   Definition.
      Weapon. Any firearm as defined in Bill No. 2690, approved August 17, 1967 (1967 Ordinances, Page 896), and any other weapon as defined in Bill No. 544, approved August 26, 1968 (1968 Ordinances, Page 906).
   (2)   Prohibited Conduct. No person shall possess any weapon in any educational institutions except:
      (a)   private security guards;
      (b)   City, State or Federal law enforcement officers;
      (c)   State or Federal military forces on active duty;
      (d)   members of any reserve officers training corps, color guards and drill or rifle teams, when engaged in lawful organizational activities;
      (e)   any person authorized by law enforcement agencies to possess weapons.
   (3)   Penalty. The penalty for violation of this Section shall be a fine of not more than three hundred dollars ($300) or imprisonment of not more than ninety (90) days, or both.



   Added, 1969 Ordinances, p. 1287. Bill No. 140904 (approved February 18, 2015) provides that this Section shall not be effective until the enactment of authorizing legislation by the Pennsylvania General Assembly.