“An Ordinance or By-Law Relating to Public Safety
Be it Ordained by the Board of Warden and Burgesses of the Borough of Naugatuck:
CLAUSE 1. No person shall discharge any pistol, revolver, gun, cannon or other firearm, or air gun in any street, park or public ground; provided, that this clause shall not apply to the use of such weapons in lawful defense of the person, family or property of anyone, or in the performance of any duty required by law.
CLAUSE 2. No person shall set fire to, discharge, keep, sell or expose for sale any fire cracker, rocket or other fireworks, except at such times and under such conditions as may be designated by the Warden or Board of Warden and Burgesses and the statute law of this state.
CLAUSE 3. No person shall keep or expose for sale any fire crackers, rockets or other fireworks within the limits of any street, highway or public grounds within the limits of the Borough.
CLAUSE 4. No person shall expose for sale or other purpose any fire cracker, rocket or other fireworks on or in any private premises without permission from the Warden, who may designate the conditions under which such permission may be granted.
CLAUSE 5. No person shall carry on his person within the limits of the borough any firearm, brass or metal kuckles [sic], slung shot or similar weapon without permission from the Warden.
CLAUSE 6. No person shall expose or use any sling for firing or throwing any substance, within the limits of any street, highway or public ground in the borough.
CLAUSE 7. No person shall willfully ring or cause to be rung in, any false alarm of fire within the borough.
CLAUSE 8. No person shall manufacture, sell, deal in, procure, transport or use any compound more explosive than gunpowder within the limits of the borough of Naugatuck without first obtaining a license therefor as required by the statute laws of this state.
Any person offending against any clause of this section shall, on conviction, pay a penalty for the use of the Borough of a sum of not less than five nor more than fifty dollars.”
1901, Naugatuck, CT, An Ordinance or By-Law Relating to Public Safety, § 2, Clauses 1-8
Ordinances and By-Laws of the Borough of Naugatuck (Naugatuck, CT: Perry Press, 1901), 3; in Charter and ordinances of the Borough of Naugatuck (Naugatuck, CT: Perry Press, 1907). Section 2—An Ordinance or By-Law Relating to Public Safety, Clauses 1-8. Undated.