Annual Report of the Chief Inspector of Mines for the Year Ending ...

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Industrial Commission, Department of Inspection, Division of Mines, 1875
 

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Page 97 - ... and such report shall be recorded in a book to be kept at the mine for the purpose, and shall be signed by the persons who made the same.
Page 99 - ... of such mine on a scale of not less than one hundred feet to the inch, showing the area mined or excavated.
Page 62 - ... a copy thereof, duly certified by the secretary of state, under the great seal of the State of Ohio, shall be evidence of the existence of such company.
Page 84 - The neglect or refusal to perform the duties required to be performed by any section of this act by the parties therein required to perform them, or the violation of any of the provisions or requirements hereof, shall be deemed a misdemeanor...
Page 78 - The owner or agent of every coal mine shall provide at least two shafts, or slopes, or outlets, separated by natural strata of not less than one hundred and fifty feet in breadth, by which shafts, slopes, or outlets distinct means of ingress and egress are always available to the persons employed in the coal mine...
Page 96 - ... be provided with guides and some proper means of communicating distinct and definite signals from the bottom of the shaft and from every entrance for the time being in work between the surface and the bottom of the shaft...
Page 85 - ... be punished by a fine not exceeding fifty dollars or imprisonment in the county jail not exceeding thirty days, or both such fine and imprisonment in the discretion of the court...
Page 61 - An act to provide for the creation and regulation of incorporated companies in the State of Ohio...
Page 89 - ... mine, shall cause the top of the shaft and any side entrance from the surface to be and to be kept securely fenced for the prevention of accidents...
Page 79 - ... mining boss, who shall keep a careful watch over the ventilating apparatus, the air-ways, traveling-ways, pumps and pump timbers, and drainage, and shall see that as the miners advance their excavations, all loose coal, slate and rock overhead are carefully secured against falling in...

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