No street railway or interurban railroad company in this state, or its president, general manager, general superintendent, or other officer in charge of operation, shall permit or cause to be operated in this state any car for the carriage of passengers, or upon which passengers are carried, which does not have, parallel with the tracks upon which such car is being operated, a center aisle running the length of the car and suitable for quick and easy passage to and fro on the part of the employees of such company and the traveling public. Each day's violation of this section constitutes a separate offense. A violation of this section is a violation by the president, general manager, general superintendent, or other officer in charge of operation of the street railway or interurban railroad company. The prosecuting attorneys of the various counties shall prosecute violations of this section.
Cite as R.C. § 4951.53
History. Effective Date: 10-01-1953