Parliamentary Papers, 13. köide

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H.M. Stationery Office, 1874
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Page 29 - ... is so found dangerous, and a competent person, who shall be appointed for the purpose, shall Inspect the mine or such part thereof as is so found dangerous, and if the danger arises from inflammable gas, shall inspect the same with a locked safety lamp, and in every case shall make a true report of the condition of...
Page 22 - In charging holes for blasting, an iron or steel pricker shall not be used, and a person shall not have in his possession in the mine underground any iron or steel pricker, and an iron or steel tamping rod or stemmer shall not be used for ramming either the wadding or the first part of the tamping or stemming on the powder...
Page 31 - Where a place is likely to contain a dangerous accumulation of water, the working approaching such place shall not exceed eight feet in width, and there shall be constantly kept at a sufficient distance, not being less than five yards, in advance, at least one bore-hole near the centre of the working, and sufficient flank bore-holes on each side.
Page 136 - The roof and sides of every travelling road and working place shall be made secure, and a person shall not, unless appointed for the purpose of exploring or repairing, travel or work in any such travelling road or working place which is not so made secure.
Page 32 - Act, shall be appointed for the purpose of working the machinery which is employed in lowering and raising persons therein, and shall attend for the said purpose during the whole time that any person is below ground in the mine.
Page 15 - ... and all the shafts, levels, planes, works, machinery, tramways, and sidings, both below ground and above ground, in and adjacent to a mine, and any such shaft, level, and inclined plane, and belonging to the mine...
Page 22 - ... (c.) A workman shall not have in use at one time in any one place more than one of such cases or canisters...
Page 15 - mine " includes every shaft in the course of being sunk, and every level and inclined plane in the course of being driven for commencing or opening any...

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