Ohio Revised Code Title XXXVII. Health Safety Morals § 3709.99
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(A) Whoever violates section 3709.20 , 3709.21 , or 3709.22 of the Revised Code or any order or regulation of the board of health of a city or general health district adopted in pursuance of those sections, or whoever interferes with the execution of an order or regulation of that nature by a member of the board or person authorized by the board, shall be fined not more than one hundred dollars or imprisoned not more than ninety days, or both. No person shall be imprisoned for the first offense, and the prosecution shall always be for a first offense unless the affidavit upon which the prosecution is instituted contains the allegation that the offense is a subsequent offense.
(B) Except in case of an emergency endangering the public health caused by an epidemic, an infectious or a communicable disease, or a disaster emergency condition or event, no prosecution for a violation of any regulation or order adopted pursuant to section 3709.20 , 3709.21 , or 3709.22 of the Revised Code shall take place until twenty days after the board of health of a city or general health district has notified the person subject to the regulation or order of the specific violation alleged. Any person notified by the board of a violation of any regulation or order of that nature may file an action for declaratory judgment pursuant to Chapter 2721. of the Revised Code to have determined whether the regulation or order is unreasonable or unlawful. No prosecution of that nature shall be commenced when, within the twenty-day period described in this division, the violation has been corrected. No prosecution of that nature shall be commenced until a declaratory judgment of that nature has been given.
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