971.22  SPECIFICATION FOR FIRE EXTINGUISHERS; PROHIBITION.
   (a)    Except those powercraft propelled by an electric motor and those less than twenty-six feet in length designed for use with an outboard motor, of open construction, and not carrying passengers for hire, all powercraft shall carry fire extinguishers capable of extinguishing a burning gasoline fire and such fire extinguisher shall be so placed as to be readily accessible and in such condition as to be ready for immediate and effective use.
   (b)    Any fire extinguisher carried or used on watercraft shall comply with minimum or higher standards for such extinguishers than prevailing as prescribed by the United States Coast Guard.
   Except as provided in subsection (a) hereof, Class A and Class 1 powercraft shall carry at least one B-1 fire extinguisher.
Class 2 powercraft shall carry at least two B-1 fire extinguishers.
Class 3 powercraft shall carry at least three B-1 fire extinguishers.
   A B-1 fire extinguisher is one containing one and three-fourths gallons foam, four pounds carbon dioxide or two pounds dry chemical.
   No person shall operate or permit to be operated on the waters of this City any powercraft that does not comply with this section. (ORC 1547.27)