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Section 981.14 | Secreting timber on which is stamped a trade-mark.


No person shall intentionally take a piece of timber upon which is stamped, branded, or impressed a trade-mark, the owner of which has complied with sections 981.01 to 981.04, inclusive, of the Revised Code, and put it in such a position or in a place so remote from the stream from which it was taken or on which it was afloat as to render it inconvenient or unnecessarily expensive to replace.

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