Originally Posted by SpringerXDacp
I'm sure you have a citation to any court case supporting that Translation? Would you mind very much posting it for all of us?
See, were it me, I'd point people to Miller v State (Georgia)
Miller v. State, 12 Ga. App. 479 (1913)
(Syllabus by the Court)
Error from City Court of Elberton; Geo. C. Grogan, Judge.
James Miller was convicted of carrying weapons, and brings error. Reversed.
J. T. Sisk and W. A. Nall, both of Elberton, for plaintiff in error.
Boozer Payne, Sol., of Elberton, for the State.
It appears, from the evidence, that the accused was a wages hand, employed as a farm laborer, whose duty was to work on any portion of the employer's plantation where he was directed to labor, and that he was required to eat his meals at the employer's residence on the plantation; and the evidence does not disclose that he carried the pistol at any other place than the part of the plantation between his employer's residence and the house occupied by himself and his wife, which also was upon the plantation.
Held that, under these facts, the house of the employer and the space between it and the house occupied by the accused upon the plantation are included, as to the accused, within the term "place of business," within the meaning of the act of 1910 as to carrying a pistol without a license (Acts 1910, p. 134). Coker v. State, 12 Ga. App. 425, 76 S. E. 103, 991.
Translation: where you work is your place of business (at least in Georgia... and since Georgia was the defendant it probably means the Circuit Court of Appeals with jurisdiction over Georgia.)