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(1) Definition. Toxic inhalants shall mean any glue, paint, gasoline, aerosol, adhesive cement, mucilage, plastic cement or any similar substance containing one or more of the following volatile substances:

Acetone, benzene, butyl alcohol, cyclohexanone, ethyl acetate, ethyl alcohol, ethylene dichloride, hexane, isopropl alcohol, methyl alcohol, methyl celosove, acetate, methyl ethyl ketone, methyl isobutyl ketone, pentachlorphenol, petroleum ether, trichlorethylene, tricresylphosphate, toluene, toluol, or any other chemical capable of producing intoxication when inhaled.

(2) Inhalation of Vapors or Fumes From Toxic Inhalants Prohibited. No person shall inhale or otherwise introduce into his respiratory tract any toxic vapors or fumes which may be released from any toxic inhalants with the intent of becoming intoxicated, elated, excited, stupefied, irrational, paralyzed, or of changing, distorting, or disturbing his eyesight, thinking process, judgment, balance or muscular coordination.

(3) Limitations on Sales, Transfer, and Possession of Toxic Inhalants. No person shall, for the purpose of violating or aiding another to violate any provision of this section, possess, buy, sell, transfer possession or receive possession of any toxic inhalants. [Code § 9.16, 2018.]