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SECTION 322-B
Explosives and combustibles
General Business (GBS) CHAPTER 20, ARTICLE 20
§ 322-b. Explosives and combustibles. 1. A person who makes or keeps
gunpowder, nitro-glycerine, or any other explosive or combustible
material, within a city or village, or carries such materials through
the streets thereof, in a quantity or manner prohibited by law or by
ordinance of the city or village, is guilty of a misdemeanor.

2. A person who manufactures gunpowder, dynamite, nitro-glycerine,
liquid or compressed air or gases, except acetylene gas and other gases
used for illuminating purposes, naptha, gasoline, benzine or any
explosive articles or compounds, or manufactures ammunition, fireworks
or other articles of which such substances are component parts in a
cellar, room, or apartment of a tenement or dwelling-house or any
building occupied in whole or in part by persons or families for living
purposes, is guilty of a misdemeanor.

3. And a person who, by the careless, negligent, or unauthorized use
or management of gunpowder or other explosive substances, injures or
occasions the injury of the person or property of another, is guilty of
a misdemeanor.

4. Any person or persons who shall knowingly present, attempt to
present, or cause to be presented or offered for shipment to any
railroad, steamboat, steamship, express or other company engaged as
common carrier of passengers or freight, dynamite, nitro-glycerine,
powder or other explosives dangerous to life or limb, without revealing
the true nature of said explosives or substance so offered or attempted
to be offered to the company or carrier to which it shall be presented,
shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.

5. Any person who, while engaged in the unauthorized distillation of
any liquid containing methyl or ethyl alcohol, causes injuries or
occasions the injury of the person or property of another by reason of
such distillation is guilty of a misdemeanor.

Nothing in this section contained shall be construed to prohibit or
forbid the manufacture and sale of sodawater, seltzer-water, ginger ale,
carbonic or mineral water or the charging with liquid carbonic acid gas
of such waters or ordinary waters, or of beer, wines, ales or other malt
and vinous beverages in such cellar, room or apartment of a tenement or
dwelling-house, or any building occupied in whole or in part by persons
or families for living purposes.