Any of you guys ever seen this? I got it out of the City of Vancouver Muncipal Code. Vancouver Municipal Code Chapter 7.11 UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF DANGEROUS KNIVES Section 7.11.010 Definitions. a. ”Dangerous Knife” means any switch-blade knife or fixed-blade knife; and any other knife having a blade more than three inches in length, b. "Fixed-blade knife" means any knife, regardless of blade length, with a blade which is permanently open and does not fold, retract or slide into the handle of the knife, and includes any dagger, sword, bayonet, bolo knife, hatchet, axe, straight, edged razor, or razor blade not in a package, dispenser or shaving appliance. c. "Switchblade knife" means any knife, regardless of blade length, having a blade that opens automatically by hand pressure applied to a button, spring mechanism, or other device, or blade that opens, falls or is ejected into position by force of gravity or by an outward, downward or centrifugal thrust or movement. Section 7.11.020 Unlawful possession of dangerous knives. a. It is unlawful for anyone knowingly to carry concealed on one's person any dangerous knife. b. It is unlawful for anyone knowingly to possess any dangerous knife concealed within a vehicle when the dangerous knife is within reaching distance by any vehicle occupant. Section 7.11.030 Exemptions. The proscriptions of this chapter relating to dangerous knives shall not apply to: a. Lawful hunters, campers or fishermen while on a hunting, camping or fishing trip, including education and travel related thereto. b. Any person carrying a dangerous knife in a secure wrapper or in a tool box while traveling from or to the place of purchase, from or to a place of repair, or in moving from one place of abode or business to another. c. Any person carrying a dangerous knife while in his place of abode or fixed place of business. d. Any person engaged in an activity directly related to a lawful occupation which commonly requires the use of a dangerous knife, provided the dangerous knife, if carried on one's person, is carried unconcealed. e. Any person in the military service or any commissioned law enforcement officer engaged in the performance of his or her duty or training or in the course of any training, acting pursuant to orders from competent authority. Section 7.11.040 Penalty - Misdemeanor. Unlawful possession of dangerous knives is a misdemeanor.