It shall be unlawful for any person in the town, who is less than 16 years of age, to manufacture, sale, possess, store or use the following pyrotechnic devices:
   (A)   Snake and glow worms composed of pressed pellets of a pyrotechnic mixture that produce a large, snake-like ash when burning;
   (B)   Smoke devices consisting of a tube or sphere containing a pyrotechnics mixture that produces white or colored smoke;
   (C)   Trick noisemakers which produce a small report designed to surprise the user and which include:
      (1)   A party popper, which is a small plastic or paper item containing not in excess of 16 milligrams of an explosive mixture. A string protruding from the device is pulled to ignite the device, expelling paper streamers and producing a small report; and
      (2)   A snapper or drop pop, which is a small, paper-wrapped item containing not in excess of 16 milligrams of an explosive mixture coated on small bits of sand. When dropped, the device produces a small report.
   (D)   Wire sparklers consisting of a wire or stick coated with nonexplosive pyrotechnics mixture that produces a shower of sparks upon ignition. These items are not to exceed 100 grams of mixture per item; or
   (E)   Other sparkling devices which emit showers of sparks and/or a whistling or crackling effect when burning, do not detonate or explode, do not spin, are hand-held or ground-based, cannot propel themselves through the air, and contain not more than 75 grams of chemical compound per tube, or not more than 200 grams total if multiple tubes are used.
(Ord. passed 7-26-1994)  Penalty, see § 93.99