Chapter 9.25


9.25.010    Inhaling toxic vapors.

9.25.020    Deliveries to prisoners.

9.25.030    Offenses outside city limits.

9.25.010 Inhaling toxic vapors.

(1) No person shall deliberately smell or inhale any drug, or any other noxious substance, vapor or chemical containing any ketones, aldehydes, organic acetates, ether, chlorinated hydrocarbons, or other substance containing solvents releasing vapors, in such excessive quantities as to cause conditions of intoxication, inebriation, excitement, stupefaction, hallucination or dulling of the brain or nervous system. This applies with particularity, but is not limited to, model airplane glue, finger nail polish or any other substance or chemical which has the above-described effect on the brain or nervous system.

(2) Any person found within the city visibly in a condition of intoxication, inebriation, excitement, stupefaction or hallucination shall, if the condition was caused by the inhaling of the substances described above, be presumed to have inhaled the substance within the city.

(3) The deliberate inhaling of a substance as described in subsection (1) of this section, if it produces a visible manifestation of a condition of the nature described shall be prima facie evidence that the person so inhaling did so with the intent of producing such a state or condition.

(4) This section does not apply to the use of inhalants, or the condition produced thereby, where the use is made or conditions induced by or under the express direction or written prescription of a licensed physician for medical purposes. [Ord. 100 § 7, 1987].

9.25.020 Deliveries to prisoners.

No person shall knowingly deliver any intoxicating liquor, dangerous or narcotic drugs, controlled substance, or contraband, as defined by state law, to a person in custody or confined in a city detention facility. [Ord. 100 § 10, 1987].

9.25.030 Offenses outside city limits.

Where permitted by Oregon law, an act made unlawful by this title shall constitute an offense when committed on any property owned or leased by the city, even though outside the corporate limits of the city. [Ord. 100 § 21, 1987].