(a)   No person in charge of a locomotive shall do the following:
      (1)   Fail to bring the locomotive to a full stop at least 200 feet before arriving at a crossing with another track, or proceed through the crossing before signaled to do so or before the way is clear;
      (2)   When approaching a grade crossing, fail to sound the locomotive whistle at frequent intervals, beginning not less than 1,320 feet from such crossing and continuing until the locomotive has passed the crossing.
      (3)   Operate a locomotive, with or without cars attached thereto, at a speed in excess of thirty-five miles per hour between that certain point where the railroad track crosses Chestnut Street and a point located upon said railroad track 3,432 feet southeast of the Ringwood Road corporation line.
      (4)   Operate a locomotive at such a speed so as to cause any railroad car, pulled or pushed thereby to exceed a speed of 35 miles per hour between the points set forth in Oxford Code Section 553.03(a)(3).
         (Ord. 1533.  Passed 8-21-79; Ord. 1558.  Passed 1-2-80.)
   (b)   Whoever violates this section is guilty of a misdemeanor of the fourth degree.  If violation of this misdemeanor causes physical harm to any person, whoever violates this section is guilty of a misdemeanor of the third degree. 
(ORC 4999.04)