Campbell v. State (1889)

In Campbell v. State, 28 Tex. Ct. App. 44, 11 S.W. 832 (1889), the defendant was carrying a pistol from Jennings's residence, where he had been residing, to his residence in a different county. See Campbell, 11 S.W. at 832. The Court of Appeals found that Campbell was entitled to "carry the pistol at Jennings's house, because he was upon his own premises within contemplation of the law," and to "take the pistol to his permanent home when he left Jennings's." Id. "While going from Jennings's to his permanent home in another county, a distance of many miles, he was a person traveling within the meaning of the law." Id.