"661","105.1 It shall be unlawful to …, use, … or transport a… combustible material, … for which a permit is required…without such permit.
Flammable and combustible liquids. A permit is required:
[white gas]2. To store, handle or use amounts of gasoline and other petroleum-based Class I liquids other than paints, varnishes and lacquers, in excess of 21⁄2 gallons (9.5 L), except that a permit is not required for the storage or use of gasoline or other petroleum-based Class I liquids in the fuel tank of a motor vehicle, aircraft, or watercraft.
[Lamp Oil/Kero]3. To store, handle or use amounts of Class II or Class III liquids with a flash point of 300°F (149°C) or less, other than paints, varnishes and lacquers, in excess of 10 gallons
Open flames. A permit is required to use open flames:
1. In any public assembly occupancy.
2. In any other place of public gathering.
3. In a covered mall building.
308.3 Use of open flames. Open flames may only be lighted, maintained and used in Group A occupancy and public gathering places in accordance with this section.
308.3.6 Theatrical performances. Where use is approved in conjunction with theatrical
performances, open flames shall be used in accordance with Chapter 33 and NFPA 160. [sonofabitch, you were right]
403.5 Trade shows. The owner of any Group A occupancy wherein a trade show or other similar temporary exhibition is to be conducted shall, at least one month before the date of such exhibition, submit to the department a written notice and a plan containing the following information and such other information and documentation as the commissioner may prescribe:…
2. The design and arrangement of the trade show or other exhibition, including aisles, display booths, decorations and drapes, and equipment using any hazardous material or open flame.
3309.16 Open flames. Where approved, open flames may be used in connection with theatrical performances when adequate safety precautions have been taken in accordance with NFPA 160.","utf-8"