(A)   The proclamation referred to in § 34.02 may prohibit the possession or consumption of any alcoholic beverage, including beer, wine and spirituous liquor, other than on one’s own premises and may prohibit the transfer, transportation, sale or purchase of any alcoholic beverage within the area of the town described in the proclamation.  The prohibition, if imposed, may apply to transfers of alcoholic beverages by employees of Alcoholic Beverage Control stores as well as by anyone else within the geographical area described.
   (B)   The proclamation may prohibit the transportation or possession off of one’s own premises, or the sale or purchase of any dangerous weapon or substance.  The Manager may exempt from some or all of the restricted classes of people whose possession, transfer or transportation of certain dangerous weapons or substances is necessary to the preservation of the public’s health, safety or welfare.  The proclamation shall state the exempted classes and the restrictions from which each is exempted.
      (1)   Any deadly weapon, ammunition, explosive, incendiary device, radioactive material or device as defined in G.S. § 14-288.8(c), gasoline, or other instrument or substance designed for a use that carries a threat of serious bodily injury or destruction of property;
      (2)   Any other instrument or substance that is capable of being used to inflict serious bodily injury or destruction of property, when the circumstances indicate that there is some probability that the instrument or substance will be so used; and
      (3)   Any part or ingredient in any instrument or substance included in divisions (C)(1) and (C)(2) above when the circumstances indicate a probability that such a part or ingredient will be so used.
   (D)   If imposed, the restriction shall apply throughout the jurisdiction of the town or part thereof as designated in the proclamation.
   (E)   The proclamation may prohibit obtaining access or attempting to obtain access to any area, designated in the manner described in this section, in violation of any order, clearly posted notice or barricade indicating that access is denied or restricted.
   (F)   Areas to which access is denied or restricted shall be designated by the Chief of Police and his or her subordinates when directed in the proclamation to do so by the Manager.  When acting under this authority, the Chief of Police and his or her subordinates may restrict or deny access to any area, street, highway or location within the town if that restriction or denial of access or use is reasonably necessary to promote efforts being made to overcome the emergency or to prevent further aggravation of the emergency.
   (G)   Movements of people in public places may be restricted.
   (H)   The operation of offices, business establishments and other places to or from which people may travel or at which they may congregate may be restricted.
   (I)   Other activities or conditions the control of which may be reasonably necessary to maintain order and protect lives or property during the state of emergency within the area designated in the proclamation may be restricted.