Funds collected by department.
Restrictions on manufacture, sale, or storage—Users—Reports on storage—Waiver.
License required to manufacture, purchase, sell, use, possess, transport, or store explosives—Penalty—Surrender of explosives by unlicensed person—Other relief.
Magazines—Classification, location and construction—Standards—Use.
Quantity and distance tables for storage—Adoption by rule.
Limit on storage quantity.
Quantity and distance table for explosives manufacturing buildings.
Quantity and distance tables for separation between magazines—Adoption by rule.
Storage of caps with explosives prohibited.
Dealer in explosives—Application—License.
Purchaser of explosives—Application—License.
Purchaser's license fee.
Storage license fee.
User's license or renewal—Fee.
Manufacturer's license fee—Manufacturers to comply with dealer requirements when selling.
Seller's license fee—Sellers to comply with dealer requirements.
Unlawful access to explosives.
Discharge of firearms or igniting flame near explosives.
Explosive devices prohibited—Penalty.
Municipal or county ordinances unaffected—State preemption.
Coal mining code unaffected.
Shipments out of state—Dealer's records.
Sale to unlicensed person prohibited.
Blasting near fur farms and hatcheries.
Malicious placement of an explosive—Penalties.
Malicious placement of an imitation device—Penalties.
Intimidation or harassment with an explosive—Class C felony.
Malicious explosion of a substance—Penalties.
"Terrorist act" defined.
Abandonment of explosives.
Separate storage of components capable of detonation when mixed.
Explosive containers to be marked—Penalty.
Gas bombs, explosives, stink bombs, etc.
Small arms ammunition, primers and propellants—Transportation regulations.
Small arms ammunition, primers and propellants—Separation from flammable materials.
Small arms ammunition, primers and propellants—Transportation, storage and display requirements.
Small arms ammunition, primers and propellants—Primers, transportation and storage requirements.
Licenses—Fingerprint and criminal record checks—Fee—Licenses prohibited for certain persons—License fees.
License revocation, nonrenewal, or suspension.
Licenses—Expiration—Extension of storage licenses.
Implementation of chapter and rules pursuant to chapter 49.17
Seizure and forfeiture.
Reporting theft or loss of explosives.