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    Sec. 50-111. Firearms and fireworks.

    No person shall hunt, carry or discharge firearms or carry concealed or dangerous weapons in or about the lake property, except during hunting seasons and in such areas as may be designated by the governing body. Fireworks are prohibited.

    (Code 1973, § 24-212)

    Sec. 10-42. Authority to capture or destroy animals.

    When deemed necessary by law enforcement officers or the animal control officer for the health, safety and welfare of the residents of the city, such officers and/or their agents may:

    (1)Place a humane trap on public or a requesting resident's property for the purpose of capturing any animal defined in this chapter as creating a nuisance in the city.

    (2)Use any tranquilizer guns, humane traps, or other suitable devices to subdue and capture any animal that is deemed by the animal control officer, in his discretion, to be a danger to itself or to the public health and safety.

    (3)Use firearms or other suitable weapons to destroy any rabid animal, any vicious animal as defined in section 10-6, or any animal creating a nuisance as defined in section 10-4, where such animal is impossible or impractical to catch, capture or tranquilize.

    (Code 1973, § 4-103)

    Sec. 34-58. Offenses and miscellaneous provisions.

    The performances and demonstrations using firearms and cannons by historical re-enactors and actors fee referenced in section 58-4 is $50.00 and shall be valid for not more than five consecutive days.

    (Ord. No. 3710, § 2, 4-19-2004)

    Cross references: Offenses and miscellaneous provisions, ch. 58.

    Secs. 34-59--34-61. Reserved.

    Sec. 58-4. Amendments.

    The Uniform Public Offense Code is amended for use in the city as follows:

    Section 10.5, subsection (e) is hereby added, which shall read as follows: To historical re-enactors and actors when engaged in performances and demonstrations when the powder charge does not exceed thirty grains for pistols, sixty-five grains for long guns and one-quarter pound for cannon, and the gun contains no projectile other than the minimum amount of wadding necessary to hold the powder charge in place. This subsection shall only apply to those performances and demonstrations for which the re-enactors and actors have made proper application for a permit upon such forms as are required by the city clerk. Upon receipt of application and a permit fee as fixed in section 34-58, the city clerk shall refer such application to the chief of police for approval or disapproval. The chief or his designee shall endorse approval or disapproval and reasons for disapproval, and return such application to the city clerk within five days from date of application. If approved, the city clerk shall notify applicant and, upon receipt of a certificate of insurance providing adequate coverage as prescribed in the application, shall issue a permit to the applicant. The permit shall encompass those performances and demonstrations associated with a single event and valid for not more than five consecutive days.

    (Ord. No. 3710, § 1, 4-19-2004)

    Cross references: Offenses and miscellaneous provisions fees, § 34-58.

    Secs. 58-5--58-30. Reserved.

    Sec. 38-61. Definitions.

    The following words, terms and phrases, when used in this article, shall have the meanings ascribed to them in this section, except where the context clearly indicates a different meaning:

    City means the City of Winfield and its duly authorized designated representatives.

    Fireworks--public display operator means a person, currently licensed through the state fire marshal's office, trained and experienced in the handling, use and display of fireworks.

    Fireworks means any combustible or explosive composition, or any substance or combination of substances or device prepared for the purpose of producing a visible or an audible effect by combustion, explosion, deflagration or detonation, and shall include blank cartridges, toy pistols, toy cannons, toy canes or toy guns in which explosives are used; firecrackers, torpedoes, skyrockets, bottle rockets, Roman candles, dago bombs, sparklers or other devices of like construction, and any devices containing any explosive or flammable compound; or any tablet or other device containing an explosive substance; except that the term "fireworks" shall not include any safety flares, paper caps containing not in excess of an average of 0.25 grain of explosive content per cap, and toy pistols, toy canes, toy guns, or other devices for the use of such caps, the sale and use of which shall be permitted at all times.

    Jurisdiction means any city, municipality, county, township, school district, improvement district or benefit district incorporated under the laws of the state.

    Other organizations means any association of persons established and duly organized with an ongoing purpose and function. It shall not mean a family.

    Public display means a fireworks display of aerial and/or ground display pieces.

    (Code 1973, § 12-301)

    Cross references: Definitions generally, § 1-2.

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    Thank you MARINE 300

    looks like your finding all the open carry towns

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