660.04  NOXIOUS ODORS; FILTHY ACCUMULATIONS; POLLUTING AND DIVERTING WATERCOURSES.
   (a)   No person shall erect, continue, use or maintain a dwelling, building, structure or place for a residence or for the exercise of a trade, employment or business, or for the keeping or feeding of an animal, which dwelling, building, structure or place, or which activity, by occasioning noxious exhalations or noisome or offensive smells, becomes injurious to the health, comfort or property of individuals or of the public. No person shall cause or allow offal, filth or noisome substances to be collected or remain in any place to the damage or prejudice of others or of the public. No person shall unlawfully obstruct or impede the passage of a navigable river, harbor or collection of water, or corrupt or render unwholesome or impure, a watercourse, stream or water, or unlawfully divert such watercourse from its natural course or state to the injury or prejudice of others.
(ORC 3767.13; Adopting Ordinance)
   (b)   No person shall permit any cellar, vault, private drain, pool, cesspool, privy or sewer upon any premises belonging to or occupied by him to become nauseous, offensive or injurious to public health or offensive to persons residing in the vicinity thereof.
(1969 Code Sec. 130.11)
   (c)   No tallow-chandler, distiller, tanner, brewer, soap-boiler, meat packer, dyer, livery stable keeper or other person shall discharge out of or permit to flow from his stillhouse, tannery, brewery, factory, shop, packinghouse or other place any foul or nauseous liquid or substance into any adjacent lot or into any street or public ground or permit such premises to become foul, nauseous or offensive, nor shall any person keep, use or cause to be kept any stale, putrid or stinking fat, grease or meat or undressed hides in and about such place. 
(1969 Code Sec. 130.12)
   (d)   Whoever violates any of the provisions of this section is guilty of a misdemeanor of the third degree and shall be subject to the penalty provided in Section 698.02.