(A)   Definitions. For the purpose of this subchapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context indicates or requires a different meaning.
         (a)   A riot or unlawful assembly characterized by the use of actual force of violence or any threat to use force if accompanied by immediate power of execute the force by 3 or more persons acting together without authority of law; or
         (b)   Any natural disaster or manmade calamity including flood, conflagration, cyclone, tornado, earthquake or explosion within the corporate limits of the town resulting in the death or injury of persons of the destruction of property to such an extent that extraordinary measure must be taken to protect the public health, safety and welfare.
      CURFEW. A prohibition against any persons walking, running, loitering, standing or motor-upon any alley, street, highway, public property or vacant premises within the corporate limits of the town during the hours in which a curfew has been imposed, excepting persons officially designated to duty with reference to the civil emergency.
   (B)   Proclamation by the Board of Trustees of the Town of Chandler. When in the judgement of the Board of Trustees a civil emergency as defined herein is deemed to exist, it may for with proclaim in writing the existence of same.
   (C)   Imposition of curfew. After proclamation or a civil emergency by the Board of Trustees, it may order a general curfew applicable to the geographical areas of the town as a whole, or it deems advisable and applicable during the hours of the day or night as it deems necessary in the interest of the public safety and welfare.
   (D)   Additional regulations. After proclamation of a civil emergency, the Board of Trustees may also in the interest of public safety and welfare make any or all of the following orders:
      (1)   Order the closing of all retail liquor stores;
      (2)   Order the closing of all taverns;
      (3)   Order the closing of all private clubs or portions thereof wherein the consumption of intoxicating liquor and/or beer is permitted;
      (4)   Order the discontinuance or the sale of beer;
      (5)   Order the discontinuance of selling, distributing or giving away of gasoline or other liquid flammable or combustible products in any container other than a gasoline tank properly affixed to a motor vehicle;
      (6)   Order the closing of gasoline stations and other establishments whose chief activity is the sale, distribution or dispensing of liquid flammable or combustible products;
      (7)   Order the discontinuance of selling, distributing, disposing or giving away of firearms and/or ammunition; and
      (8)   Issue the other orders as are imminently necessary for the protection of life and property.
   (E)   Emergency powers. During the period of a declared state of emergency, the Board of Trustees shall have the power to invoke any or all of the following provisions.
      (1)   Alcoholic beverages. No person shall consume any alcoholic beverages in a public street or place which is publicly owned, or in any motor vehicle driven or parked thereon which is within a duly designated restricted area.
      (2)   Weapons. No person shall carry or possess any rock, bottle, club, brick or weapon, when using or intending to use the same unlawfully against the person or property of another.
      (3)   Incendiary missiles. No person shall make, carry, posses or use any type of Molotov Cocktail, gasoline or petroleum base firebomb or other incendiary missile.
      (4)   Restricted areas. No person shall enter any area designated by the Board of Trustees as a restricted area unless in the performance of official duties or with written permission from the Board of Trustees or its duly designated representative or the person shall prove residence therein.
(Ord. 5-1969, passed 1-5-1970)