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Section 4999.10 | Constructing bridges over tracks.

...No person, railroad company, private corporation, county, municipal corporation, or township shall violate any law relating to the height of bridges, viaducts, overhead roadways, footbridges, wires, or other structures constructed over the tracks of a railroad. Whoever violates this section shall be fined not less than one hundred nor more than one thousand dollars. Each day such structure or wire is permitted to so ...

Section 4999.11 | Mail cranes - livestock chutes.

...No person or company owning, operating, or controlling a railroad shall erect or permit to be erected, place, or maintain along said railroad, a mail crane or livestock chute, any portion of which approaches nearer than eighteen inches to the nearest point of contact with the cab of the widest locomotive used on such railroad. Whoever violates this section shall be fined not less than five hundred nor more than one t...

Section 4999.13 | Couplers and brakes on railroads.

...No superintendent, conductor, or other officer or employee of a railroad company, shall refuse or neglect, upon receiving notice from the inspector appointed by the public utilities commission, of a defective coupler or brake, to have it repaired forthwith or, on receiving notice from such inspector condemning a car, tender, or engine, shall fail to put it out of service at the first freight division terminal. No sup...

Section 4999.16 | Examination of employee for color blindness.

...No railroad company shall contract to employ a person in a position which requires such person to distinguish form or color signals, unless within two years preceding such date he has been examined for color blindness, in the distinct colors in actual use by such company by a competent person employed and paid by such company, and has received a certificate that he is not disqualified for such position by color blin...

Section 4999.17 | Discipline or discharge of employee without hearing.

...No railroad company, or its superintendent, or manager, employing any special agent, detective, or person commonly known as "spotter" for the purpose of investigating, obtaining, and reporting to the employer, its agent, superintendent, or manager, information concerning its employees, shall discipline or discharge any employee in its service, where such act of discipline or the discharge is based upon a report by su...

Section 4999.18 | Demanding compensation when telegraph or telephone wires not working.

...No officer, agent, or other person acting for or in behalf of a railroad company operating ten or more miles of its railroad for the carrying or transporting of passengers or freight over its railroad within this state which fails to erect and maintain telegraph or telephone wires in complete working order for use and operation along its railroad, with an office and proper means of communication by such wires at each...

Section 4999.19 | Diverting freight.

...No agent of a railroad company shall knowingly divert or permit freight under his control to be diverted from the railroads over which it is ordered to be conveyed by the shipper of such freight. Whoever violates this section shall be fined not more than one hundred dollars or imprisoned not more than thirty days, or both.

Section 4999.20 | Seniority roster date of railroad employee.

...No railroad employee who has a seniority roster date on the effective date of the repeal of sections 4999.07 and 4999.08 of the Revised Code shall be removed from his employment or have his seniority rights or vacation or other fringe benefits reduced by reason of such repeal. Any carrier which violates this section shall be fined not less than one hundred nor more than five thousand dollars. The public utilities co...