"Dangerous fireworks" and "special fireworks" include the following:
   A.   Firecrackers, cannon crackers, giant crackers, salutes, silver tube salutes, cherry bombs, mines, ground bombardment, grasshoppers and other explosive articles of similar nature.
   B.   Blank cartridges.
   C.   Skyrockets and rockets, including all similar devices employing any combustible or explosive materials and which rise in the air during discharge; except model rockets and model rocket engines designed, sold and used for the purpose of propelling of recoverable aero model rockets.
   D.   Roman candles, including all devices which discharge balls of fire into the air.
   E.   Chasers and whistles, including all devices which dart or travel about the surface of the ground during discharge.
   F.   Snakes and hats containing bichloride of mercury.
   G.   Sparklers more than ten inches (10") in length or one-fourth inch (1/4") in diameter.
   H.   All articles for pyrotechnic display such as aerial shells, salutes, flash shells, sky battles, parachute shells, mines, dago bombs and similar devices.
   I.   All torpedoes which explode by means of friction, or which contain arsenic, and all other similar fireworks devices including cracker balls.
   J.   Fire balloons or balloons of any type which have burning material of any kind attached thereto. (Ord. 2436 § 4, 1993)