[CC 1978 §48.050]
Any person, firm or corporation desiring to engage in or work at the business of plumbing in the City of Warsaw, Missouri, shall make application to the City Clerk for a license and one (1) shall be issued, provided that should there be doubt about his/her qualifications, he/she may be required to satisfy the Board of Aldermen as to his/her competency. An occupation tax is hereby levied against such person, firm or corporation as follows: For doing plumbing and drainage work only ten dollars ($10.00) per year, for doing plumbing and drainage work plus sale of material twenty-five dollars ($25.00) per year. Each such licensed plumber or drain layer will save and hold the City of Warsaw, Missouri, harmless from any injury to persons or damage to property which said plumber or drain layer might cause to any person, company or corporation in the prosecution of his/her work in the said City and conditioned further that all work done by such plumber or drain layer shall be done in accordance with the provisions of this Chapter.
[CC 1978 §40.860]
This Article applies to all explosives except small arms ammunition and pyrotechnic devices. The manufacturing of explosives is prohibited. A permit shall be obtained to have, keep, use, store or transport any explosives and such permit shall be issued only in compliance with the terms of this Article.
[CC 1978 §40.861]
Explosives shall be transported on vehicles only if such vehicles are conspicuously marked "Danger — Explosives" and shall never be transported in or on any conveyance carrying passengers for hire. It shall be unlawful for any person to place or carry or cause to be carried in the bed or body of a vehicle containing explosives any metal tool or other piece of metal or any matches or any exploders, detonators, blasting caps or other similar explosive material.
[CC 1978 §40.862]
Magazines containing explosives shall be located at distances from neighboring buildings, highways and railroads in conformity with the American Quantity and Distance Table; provided that one (1) portable magazine kept securely locked and conspicuously marked "Magazine — Explosives!" containing not more than fifty (50) pounds of explosives may be allowed in a building not occupied as a dwelling or place of public assembly if placed on wheels and located not more than ten (10) feet from, on the same floor with and directly opposite to the entrance on the floor nearest the street level and one (1) similar portable magazine containing not more than five thousand (5,000) blasting caps may be allowed if placed on wheels and located on the floor nearest the street level. Blasting caps or detonators of any kind shall not be kept in the same magazine with other explosives.