Bioterrorism, Public Health and the Law 
Law 801: Health Care Law Seminar
Professor Vernellia R. Randall

OH ST 3701.56 Enforcement

 

Syllabus
Resources
Lesson Schedule
00: Intro to the Course
01: Intro to the Problem
02: Public Health System
03: Real Threat?
04: Public Health Law
05: Disease-Reporting
06: Quarantine
07: Model Act
08: Military Presence
09: Health Law Revisited
3701.56 ENFORCEMENT OF RULES AND REGULATIONS

Boards of health of a general or city health district, health authorities and officials, officers of state institutions, police officers, sheriffs, constables, and other officers and employees of the state or any county, city, or township, shall enforce the quarantine and sanitary rules and regulations adopted by the department of health.

 

NOTES OF DECISIONS AND OPINIONS

Local enforcement 2 State enforcement 1 1. State enforcement

In the area of sanitation the state of Ohio has exercised preemptive authority to promulgate regulations over the design and specifications of semi-public sewage treatment plants by virtue of RC Ch 6112 and Ch 3701. Security Sewage Equip. Co. v. Beebe (Ohio Com.Pl. 1965) 5 Ohio Misc. 178, 214 N.E.2d 853, 34 O.O.2d 378.

2. Local enforcement

Local officials may enforce the provisions of OAC 3701-29-02(L) and 3701-29-02(M), which require the connection of premises to an accessible sanitary sewerage system, as authorized by RC 3701.56. OAG 86-087.

A health commissioner of a general health district is authorized to enforce the sanitary rules and regulations adopted by the public health council and may institute criminal proceedings for violations of such sanitary rules and regulations. 1962 OAG 3343.

Local district boards of health and officials have no general jurisdiction over state owned property in their respective health districts, and no duties with respect to public health service or sanitary and quarantine regulations on or within such property other than to enforce, when called upon, the rules, regulations and orders with respect to public health service, sanitation and quarantine adopted by the state department of health. 1940 OAG 1921.

R.C. 3701.56

OH ST 3701.56

 

 
 
Related Pages:
Home ] Up ] OH ST 3701.02 Department of Health ] OH ST 3701.03 Duties of Director ] OH ST 3701.13 Powers of Dept of Health ] OH ST 3701.24 Reporting Diseases ] OH ST 3701.34 Public Health Council ] OH ST 3701-35 Regulations ] [ OH ST 3701.56 Enforcement ] OH ST 3701.81 Spreading Contagion ] OH ST 3709-20 Regulations by City Health District ] OH ST 3709-21 Regulation by General Health District ]
Subsequent Pages:
Home ] Up ]
Previous Pages:
Home ] Public Health System Core Functions and the Law ] The Legal Advice of Rumpole the Malevolent ] The Power to Protect the Public Health ] The Current Status of State Public Health Law ] Legal Basis for Large-Scale Quarantine ] The Evolution of Public Health Regulation ] Public Health Practices in the Colonial and Federalist Periods ] Ohio State Statutes ] Selected Ohio Cases ] Ex parte Company ] Application re Halko ] Bioterrorism and Public Health Law: the Critical Choices ] Biological Terrorism and Legal Measures ] Legal Authority and Health Disparities ]
Back Home Up Next

 

Last Updated:
 11/30/2002

You are visitor number:
Hit Counter
since August, 2002

Copyright @ 2002. Vernellia R. Randall 
All Rights Reserved