Section 3335.29 | Station not to be conducted for gain - requests for assistance from station.
The engineering experiment station of the Ohio state university shall not be conducted for the private or personal gain of anyone connected with it, or for the sole benefit of any individual, firm, or corporation.
Any commission, board, bureau, or department of the state, or any institution owned by the state, may seek assistance from the station, and such requests shall have precedence over all other outside requests. The advisory committee of the station may decline such requests or require that the expense of such investigations be borne in part or in whole by the commission, board, bureau, or department of state, or institution owned by the state, making such requests.
Any individual, firm, or corporation may seek the assistance of the station; the advisory committee of said station may decline to render such assistance or may require that any expense incidental to such assistance be borne in part or in whole by the individual, firm, or corporation seeking such assistance, and the advisory committee of the station may publish the results of such investigations.
Sections 3335.25 to 3335.29 of the Revised Code, do not limit the powers of the advisory committee of the station to carry on lines of investigation upon its own initiative.
Available Versions of this Section
- December 2, 1996 – House Bill 670 - 121st General Assembly [ View December 2, 1996 Version ]