Chapter 523: Labor Relations


Cross references

  • Strikes by public employees - see Ohio R.C. Chapter 4117
  • Assault - see GEN. OFF. 537.03

523.01   Preventing ingress, egress or access to any person by force or intimidation

No person or labor union shall prevent or attempt to prevent ingress or access of any other person to or from any place of business, establishment, meeting place or plant by the use of force, violence, coercion, intimidation, duress or physical obstruction.
(Ord. 1955-334. Passed 2-28-55.)

523.02   Picketing

No more than two persons at any one entranceway, gate or door to a place of business, establishment, meeting place or plant shall be permitted to picket or attempt to dissuade, by means of banners, placards or other means of communication, any person from entering or leaving such place of business. Such picketing shall be performed in a peaceful, orderly fashion, without obstruction or interference to any lawful user of the streets or sidewalks and without disturbance of the peace.
(Ord. 1955-334. Passed 2-28-55.)

523.03   Secondary boycott or strike

A secondary boycott or strike is hereby declared to be unlawful and shall not be permitted.
(Ord. 1955-334. Passed 2-28-55.)

523.99   Penalty

Whoever violates any provision of this chapter is guilty of a misdemeanor of the first degree.