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SECTION 7. There shall be collected annually, through Fees for main such officers as the joint board provided for in the first tenencionando section of this act shall designate, the following fees upon boats on state

. all boats and water craft maintained and operated, (canal traffic boats excepted) in or upon any of the waters of any state reservoir dedicated or set apart for the use of the public for park or pleasure resort purposes : row boats carrying not more than five persons, one dollar; row boats carrying more than five persons, fifty cents additional for each person in excess of five; electric, naptha and steam launches, steam boats and water crafts used for similar purposes, one dollar for each person (170 pounds) that may be carried thereon with safety, and all moneys derived from this source shall be accredited to the funds provided for in the third section of this act, and upon the payment of such fees, the joint board, provided for in the first section of this act, shall issue a written permit, to be signed by the president of the state board of public works, authorizing such person, persons or corporation to maintain and operate the boats for which such fees have been paid upon the waters of such public parks or pleasure resorts, in the manner prescribed in such permit, but such permit shall be revoked by the joint board provided for in the first section of this act on proof that such boat or boats are used for illegal purposes.

SECTION 8. In carrying out the provisions of section Metal plates 7 of this act, the joint board, provided for in the first section to all boats of this act, shall procure suitable metal plates, to be num- thus licensed. bered consecutively, to be issued annually to parties desiring to use boats on the waters of such public parks, for which the fees provided for in section 7 of this act shall be charged, and any maintaining or operating a boat on the waters of any such public park or pleasure resort, without first obtaining the necessary permit and displaying at all times such metal plate, in a conspicuqus manner, on the side or end of his boat, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and Penalty for

non-complion conviction thereof, shall be fined in any sum not exceeding twenty dollars, nor less than five dollars, and stand committed till such fine and costs are paid, and the permit issued to such person shall be revoked and annulled. SECTION 9. The joint board, provided for in the first Inspection of

wwer craft. section of this act, may cause to be inspected, as often as they may deem necessary, all boats and water craft maintained and operated in or upon (any of] the waters of any state reservoir or lakes, dedicated or set apart for the use of the public for park or pleasure resort purposes, and shall have power to condemn any such boats or water craft deemed by them unsafe for the carrying of passengers, and the owner of any such boat or water craft so condemned, Penalty for who offers the same for hire after such condemnation, shall demned boas be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof, shall be fined not more than one hundred dollars ($100.00) nor less than ten dollars ($10.00), and stand

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committed till such fine and costs are paid, and the permit

issued to such person shall be revoked and annulled. This act shall SECTION 10. Nothing contained in this act shall in not interfere with or affect any manner interfere with or affect the use of any state use of such for reservoir or lake dedicated or set apart as a public park canal reservoir purposes. or pleasure resort, for canal reservoir purposes, nor shall

the state board of public works and the chief engineer of the public works be restricted in any manner from making such repairs and improvements thereon as they may from time to time deem necessary for maintaining the safety and usefulness of the same for canal purposes; the authority of said board of public works and the chief engineer of the public works to manage and control said reservoirs or lakes, for canal purposes, shall remain and be the same as if no dedication of such reservoirs for park or pleasure resort

purposes had been made. As to en

SECTION 11. All lakes, reservoirs and state lands dedforcement of laws relating icated to the use of the public for park and pleasure resort to protection of birds, fish

purposes, with respect to the enforcement of all laws relating and game. to the protection of birds, fish and game, shall be under the

supervision and control of the commissioners of fish and game; and all laws of the state enacted for the protection of fish in inland rivers and streams of the state, together with all laws enacted for the protection of birds, fish and game, shall apply to all such state reservoirs and lakes set

apart for public parks and pleasure resorts. Annual report.

SECTION 12. The joint board, provided for in the first section of this act, shall make annual report to the governor (to be included in the report of the state board of public works) setting forth the action of said joint board on all matters pertaining to the management and control of all state reservoirs, lakes and lands set apart for public parks and pleasure resorts, including a statement of all receipts and expenditures.

SECTION 13. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

W. S. McKINNON, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

F. B. ARCHER,

President pro tem. of the Senate. Passed April 28, 1902.

177G

[Senate Bill No. 110.)

AN ACT

To regulate the sale of poisons and to repeal sections 4238-27, 4364

54, and 6957 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

SECTION 1. It shall be unlawful for any person to knowingly sell or deliver to any minor under sixteen years of age, except upon the written order of an adult, or to sell

Regulating the
sale of
poisons.

or to deliver to any person, any of the following described substances, or any poisonous compound, poisonous combination or poisonous preparation thereof, to-wit: The compounds and salts of antimony, arsenic, chromium, copper, lead, miercury, zinc, the concentrated mineral acids, oxalic and hydrocyanic acids and their salts, yellow phosphorus, carbolic acid, the essential oils of almonds, penny royal, tansy and savin, croton oil, creosote, chloroform, chlora! hydrate, cantharides, or any aconite, belladonna, bitter almonds, colchicum, cotton root, cocculus indicus, conium, cannabis, indica, digitalis, hyoscyamus, ignatia, lobelia, nux vomica, opium, physostigma, phytolacca, stroplianthus, stramonium, veratum viride, or any of the poisonous alkaloids or alkaloidal salts or other poisonous principles derived from the foregoing, or any other poisonous alkaloids or their salts or any other virulent poison, except in the manner following:

It shall first be learned by due inquiry that the person to whom delivery is made is aware of the poisonous character of the substance, and that it is desired for a lawful purpose, and the box, bottle or other package shall be plainly labeled with the name of the substance, “Poison," and the names of two or more substances which may be used as antidotes. And before delivery shall be made of any of the foregoing substances, there shall be recorded in a book (kept] for that purpose the name of the article, the quantity delivered, the purpose for which it is alleged to be used, the date of delivery, the name and address of the purchaser, and the name of the dispenser, which book shall be preserved for at least five years, and shall at all times be open to inspection by the proper officers of the law.

SECTION 2. The provisions of section I of this act Exceptions. shall not apply to articles dispensed to or upon the order or prescription of persons believed by the dispenser to be lawfully authorized practitioners of medicine or dentistry and the record of sale and delivery above mentioned shall not be required of manufacturers and wholesalers who shall sell any of the foregoing substances at wholesale, but the box, bottle or other package containing such substance when sold at wholesale, shall be properly labeled with the name of the substance, the word "Poison," and the name and address of the manufacturer or wholesaler; nor shall it be necessary to place a poison label upon, nor to record the delivery of the sulfid of antimony, or the oxid or carbonate of zinc, or of colors ground in oil, and intended for use as paints, or calomel, paregoric, or other preparations of opium containing less than two grains of opium to the fluid Ounce, nor in the case of preparations containing any of the substances named in section one of this act when a single box, bottle or other package, or when the bulk of one-half fluid ounce or the weight of one-half avoirdupois ounce, does not contain more than an adult medicinal dose of such poisonous substance; nor in case of preparations recommended in good faith for diarrhoea and cholera, when

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each bottle or package is accompanied by specific directions for use and a caution against habitual use; nor in the case of liniments and ointments when plainly labeled "For external use only.” Nor in the case of preparations put up and sold in the form of pills, tablets or lozenges and intended for internal use, where the dose recommended does not contain more than 1-4 of an adult medicinal dose of such poisonous

substance. What may be SECTION 3. It shall be unlawful for any person to pooled compriupon dispense, sell or deliver to any person, any salts of cocaine,

morphine, or its salts, or any of the alkaloids or salts of alkaloids of opium, except upon the written prescription

of a legally qualified physician, or dentist, such prescription Exception. not to be refilled, except upon the written order of the (per

son) prescribing the same; except, however, that sulphate of morphine may be sold by a registered pharmacist or assistant pharmacist in original packages containing not less than one-eighth ounce when registered in accordance with

the provisions of section one of this act. Penalty.

SECTION 4. The penalty for the violation of any of the provisions of any section of this act shall be not less than ten dollars nor more than fifty dollars for each sep

arate offense. Repeals.

SECTION 5. Section 4238-27, section 4364-54 and section 6957 of the Revised Statutes of the state of Ohio are hereby repealed.

SECTION 6. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after the first day of January, A. D. 1903.

W. S. McKINNON, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

F. B. ARCHER,

President pro tem. of the Senate. Passed April 28, 1902.

1786

[Senate Bill No. 92.]

AN ACT

Employment
and pay of
expert wit-
nesses.

Relating to the employment and pay of expert witnesses.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

SECTION 1. When in the examination or trial of any person accused of the commission of crime, or upon inquiry before the grand jury it shall appear to the prosecuting attorney or the assistant prosecuting attorney to be necessary to the due administration of justice to procure examination by chemical or other experts, or the testimony of expert witnesses, the county commissioners may, upon certificate of the prosecuting attorney or his assistant that such services were or will be necessary to the due administration of justice, allow and to pay such expert such com

the pensation for his services as the court approves and as the commissioners may deem just and proper.

SECTION 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

W. S. MCKINNON,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

F. B. ARCHER,

President pro tem. of the Senate.
Passed April 28, 1902.

179G

(Senate Bill No. 43.)

AN ACT
Dedicating the Licking reservoir, or Buckeye lake, and the Lewis-

ton reservoir, Port age-Summit, Portage lake, Indian lake and
Celina grand reservoir as public parks or pleasure resorts, and
repealing the acts providing for the dedication of the Licking
reservoir as a public park, passed April 21, 1896 (vol. 92, Ohio
laws, pages 205 and 266), likewise the act setting apart the
Lewiston reservoir as a public lake, passed April 19, 1898 (93

Ohio laws, page 142).
Be ii enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

SECTION 1. That the body of water and adjacent state Certain bodies lands situate in Licking, Fairfield and Perry counties, Ohio, a water stado and known as the Licking reservoir or Buckeye lake, like- lands dediwise the body of water and adjacent state lands situate in apart as public the northwestern part of Logan county and known as the parks. Lewiston reservoir or Indian lake, likewise, the body of water and adjacent lands owned by the state of Ohio, in the county of Mercer known as the Celina grand reservoir, likewise the bodies of water and adjacent lands owned by the state consisting of the Summit county lakes and reservoirs of the Ohio canal known as the Portage-Summit reservoir, together with the Summit lake and sufficient of the Summit level of the Ohio canal to maintain the present water level of Summit and Nesmith lakes, all situated in Summit county, be and the same are hereby dedicated and set apart forever for the use of the public, as public parks or pleasure resorts, the first to be known and designated by the name of “Buckeye lake," and the second to be known and designated by the name "Indian lake," the third to be known and designated by the name of Portage lakes.

SECTION 2. The said Buckeye lake and Portage lakes Joint board and the said Indian lake, for park and pleasure resort pur- agement and Fuses, shall be under the management and control of the control

thereof. board of public works, the chief engineer of the public works, and the Ohio canal commission, acting as a joint board, in the same manner as said boards now act in matters relating to the leasing of state lands provided, that in case the said board of public works, the chief engineer of the public works or the Ohio canal commission, or either of them shall be discontinued by statutory provision or other

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