Definitions—To govern chapter.
Definitions—"Agricultural and wildlife fireworks."
Definitions—"Public display of fireworks."
Definitions—"Local fire official."
Definitions—"New fireworks item."
Definitions—"Permanent storage"—"Temporary storage."
Chief of the Washington state patrol to enforce and administer—Powers and duties.
Civil penalty—Notice—Remission, mitigation, review.
Acts prohibited without appropriate licenses and permits—Minimum age for license or permit—Activities permitted without license or permit.
Application for permit.
Investigation, report on permit application.
Governing body to grant permits—Statewide standards—Liability insurance.
Public display permit—Investigation—Governing body to grant—Conditions.
Public display permit—Bond or insurance for liability.
Public display permit—Granted for exclusive purpose.
Public display permit—Amount of bond or insurance.
Chief of the Washington state patrol to issue licenses—Registration of in-state agents.
Exemptions from licensing—Purchase of certain agricultural and wildlife fireworks by government agencies—Purchase of consumer fireworks by religious or private organizations.
Application for license.
Application for license to be signed.
Annual application for a license—Dates.
License to engage in particular act to be issued if not contrary to public safety or welfare—Transportation of fireworks authorized.
License authorizes activities of sellers, authorized representatives, employees.
Annual license fees.
Duration of licenses and retail fireworks sales permits.
General license for public display—Surety bond or insurance—Filing of license certificate with local permit application.
Denial of license for material misrepresentation or if contrary to public safety or welfare.
Denial of license for failure to meet qualifications or conditions.
Hearing on denial of license.
Revocation of license.
Wholesalers and retailers—Liability insurance requirements.
Retailers—Purchase from licensed wholesalers.
Dates and times consumer fireworks may be sold or discharged—Local governments may limit, prohibit sale or discharge of fireworks.
Sale of certain fireworks prohibited.
Authorized sales of toy caps, tricks, and novelties.
Public displays not to be hazardous.
Supervision of public displays.
Permanent storage permit required—Application—Investigation—Grant or denial—Conditions.
Approved permanent storage facilities required.
Sale of stock after revocation or expiration of license.
Seizure of fireworks.
Seizure of fireworks—Proceedings for forfeiture—Disposal of confiscated fireworks.
Examination, inspection of books and premises.
Licensees to maintain and make available complete records—Exemption from public records act.
Reports, payments deemed made when filed or paid or date mailed.
Prohibited transfers of fireworks.
Unlawful possession of fireworks—Penalties.
Unlawful discharge or use of fireworks—Penalty.
Forestry permit to set off fireworks in forest, brush, fallow, etc.
Unlawful sales or transfers of display fireworks—Penalty.
Unlawful sales or transfers of consumer fireworks—Penalty.
Unlawful transportation of fireworks—Penalty.
Unlawful to permit fire nuisance where fireworks kept—Penalty.
Manufacture or sale of fireworks for out-of-state shipment.
Nonprohibited acts—Signal purposes, forest protection.
Articles pyrotechnic, special effects for entertainment media.
Violation a separate, continuing offense.
Civil enforcement not precluded.
Attorney general may institute civil proceedings—Venue.
Local permit and license fees—Limits.
Chief of the Washington state patrol to provide list of consumer fireworks that may be sold to the public.
Retailers to post list of consumer fireworks.
Effective date—1961 c 228.