2006 Ohio Revised Code - 1.03. Definition of "anything of value."

§ 1.03. Definition of "anything of value."
 

As used in any section of the Revised Code for the violation of which there is provided a penalty or forfeiture, unless the context otherwise requires, "anything of value" includes: 

(A) Money, bank bills or notes, United States treasury notes, and other bills, bonds, or notes issued by lawful authority and intended to pass and circulate as money; 

(B) Goods and chattels; 

(C) Promissory notes, bills of exchange, orders, drafts, warrants, checks, or bonds given for the payment of money; 

(D) Receipts given for the payment of money or other property; 

(E) Rights in action; 

(F) Things which savor of the realty and are, at the time they are taken, a part of the freehold, whether they are of the substance or produce thereof or affixed thereto, although there may be no interval between the severing and taking away; 

(G) Any interest in realty, including fee simple and partial interests, present and future, contingent or vested interest, beneficial interests, leasehold interests, and any other interest in realty; 

(H) Any promise of future employment; 

(I) Every other thing of value. 
 

HISTORY: RS § 6794; 60 v 20; 66 v 29, 341; 68 v 87; 69 v 67; GC § 12369; Bureau of Code Revision, 10-1-53; 136 v H 1040. Eff 8-27-76.

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