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As used in this chapter:
(a) "Controlled substance" has the same meaning given that term in the Michigan Public Health Code, being Act 368 of 1978, as amended.
(b) "Paraphernalia" means any empty gelatin capsule, hypodermic syringe or needle, cocaine spoon, marijuana pipe, hashish pipe or another instrument or device which is primarily adapted or designed for the administration or use of any controlled substance. Cigarette paper, scissors, or other products or instruments that might otherwise be used in the smoking or other lawful use of tobacco products are not considered to be paraphernalia unless such item or instrument is being used as a part of an unlawful activity or is found in conjunction with other items or instruments which are primarily adapted or designed for the administration or use of a controlled substance.
(c) "Cocaine spoon" means a spoon with a bowl so small that the primary use for which it is reasonably adapted or designed is to hold or administer cocaine, and which is so small as to be unsuited for the typical, lawful use of a spoon. A cocaine spoon may be merchandised on a chain and may or may not be labeled as a "cocaine" spoon or "coke" spoon.
(d) "Marijuana, hashish or hash pipe" means a pipe characterized by a bowl which is so small that the primary use for which it is reasonably adapted or designed is the smoking of marijuana or hashish, rather than lawful smoking tobacco, and which may be equipped with a screen.
(Ord. 65. Passed 2-21-84; Ord. 2000-17. Passed 8-1-00.)