CHAPTER 660:  SAFETY, SANITATION AND HEALTH
Section
660.01   Venting of heaters and burners.
660.02   Spreading contagion.
660.03   Littering.
660.035   Dumping.
660.04   Noxious odors; filthy accumulations; polluting and diverting watercourses.
660.045   Accumulation of rubbish, garbage or litter.
660.05   Duty to keep sidewalks in repair and clean.
660.06   Abandoned refrigerators and airtight containers.
660.07   Storage of junk vehicles.
660.075   Storage of automobile parts or tires in public view.
660.08   Open burning.
660.09   Barricades and warning lights.
660.10   Sidewalk obstructions; damage or injury.
660.11   Notice to fill lots, remove putrid substances.
660.12   Fences.
660.13   Bathing, swimming and wading in public pools and watercourses.
660.14   Spitting.
660.15   Smoking on buses.
660.16   Smoking in places of public assembly.
660.165   Smoking in City Building.
660.17   Construction and maintenance of sidewalk gratings; compliance with notice to make safe and secure.
660.18   Mixing mortar on paved streets.
660.19   Carbolic acid.
660.20   Dumping in streams or watercourses.
660.21   Yard maintenance.
   660.22   Unsolicited materials.
CROSS REFERENCES
   See section histories for similar State law
   Excavation liability - see Ohio R.C. 723.49 et seq.
   Nuisances - see Ohio R.C. Ch. 3767
   Placing injurious material or obstruction in street - see TRAF. 412.01
   Safety and equipment for motor vehicles - see TRAF. Ch. 438
   Loads dropping or leaking; tracking mud; removal required - see TRAF. 440.06
   Willfully leaving vehicles on private or public property - see TRAF. 452.05
   Rabies quarantine - see GEN. OFF. 618.11
   Animal nuisances - see GEN. OFF. 618.07, 618.12
   Placing harmful substance or objects in food or confection - see GEN. OFF. 636.16
   Riot - see GEN. OFF. 648.01et seq.
   Inducing panic - see GEN. OFF. 648.07
   Wastewater collection and treatment - see S.U. & P. S. Ch. 1041
   Health Regulations - see PART EIGHTEEN - HEALTH AND SANITATION CODE
   Smoking in food establishments - see H. & S. 1820.10