(A)   During the existence of a proclaimed state of emergency, the Mayor may impose by proclamation any of the following restrictions:
      (1)   Prohibit or regulate the possession, off one's own premises, of explosives, firearms, ammu- nition, or dangerous weapons of any kind and prohibit the purchase, sale, transfer, or other disposition thereof.
      (2)   Prohibit or regulate the buying or selling of beer, wine, or intoxicating beverages of any kind and their possession or consumption off one's own premises.
      (3)   Prohibit or regulate any demonstration, parade, march, vigil, or participation therein from taking place on any of the public ways or upon any public property.
      (4)   Prohibit or regulate the sale of gasoline, kerosene, naphtha, or any other explosive or inflammable fluids or substances.
      (5)   Prohibit or regulate travel upon any public street, alley, or roadway, or upon any other public property, except by those in search of medical assistance, food, or other commodity or service necessary to sustain the well-being of themselves or their families or some member thereof.
      (6)   Prohibit or regulate the participation in or carrying on of any business activity and prohibit or regulate the keeping open of places of business, places of entertainment, and any other places of public assembly. ('71 Code, § 6-14)
   (B)   Any proclamation may be extended, altered, or repealed in any particular during the continued or threatened existence of a state of emergency by the issuance of a subsequent proclamation.
('71 Code, § 6-13) (Ord. passed 11-14-69)