Mining Laws of Ohio, 1921
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Mining Laws of Ohio, 1921

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  • Mining Laws of Ohio
  • 1921
    • COMPILED BY
  • THE DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
    • Columbus, Ohio THE F.J. HEER PRINTING CO. 1921 Bound at the State Bindery
  • FOREWORD.
    • The Department of Industrial Relations.
  • NOTICE.
    • RELATING TO CHIEF INSPECTOR OF MINES AND DISTRICT INSPECTORS OF MINES.
      • Chief Inspector of Mines Shall Provide and Maintain Rescue Apparatus.
      • Five Rescue Stations to be Provided and Maintained; Equipment of Same.
      • Location of Stations; Superintendent; Salary.
      • Qualifications of Superintendent.
      • Duties of Superintendent.
    • RELATING TO COUNTY RECORDER AND COUNTY CORONER.
    • RELATING TO OWNER, LESSEE OR AGENT.
      • Precaution when approaching abandoned mine.
    • SIGNAL CODE.
    • SIGNAL CODE.
      • From the Bottom to the Top.
      • From the Top to the Bottom.
    • RELATING TO SUPERINTENDENT, MINE-FOREMAN AND OVER-SEER.
    • RELATING TO THE STABLEMAN AND FIRE-BOSS.
    • RELATING TO EMPLOYES GENERALLY.
    • RELATING TO PERSONS NOT EMPLOYES.
    • GENERAL PROVISIONS.
      • Right of action in case of accident.
    • RELATING TO OIL AND GAS WELLS THROUGH COAL MEASURES.
      • Owner of well shall make and file map.
      • Well shall not be near mine opening.
      • Persons drilling oil and gas wells in coal bearing or coal producing townships.
      • When well is adjacent to mine.
      • When well is not adjacent to mine.
      • When well is to be abandoned owner shall give notice.
      • Method of plugging well.
      • When well penetrates the excavations of any mine.
      • Interpretation—"coal bearing and coal producing township."
    • RELATING TO ILLUMINATING OIL FOR MINES.
      • Composition of illuminating oil for use in mines.
      • Acetylene gas in mines.
      • Other illuminants.
      • Penalty.
    • RELATING TO PENALTIES.
      • County Coroner.
      • Owner, lessee or agent.
      • Superintendent, mine-foreman or over-seer.
      • Stableman; fire-boss; entering mine generating fire-damp before reported safe, or going beyond danger signal.
      • Employes of mines.
      • Persons not employes, qualification of miners, check-weighman, check-measurer.
      • Drilling and operating oil and gas wells.
      • Compounding oil for illuminating purposes in mines.
      • Sale of oil for illuminating purposes in mines.
      • Using oil for illuminating purposes in mines.
    • REGULATING AND PROHIBITING SOLID SHOOTING.
      • Failure to obtain permit; penalty.
      • Permit must be obtained.
      • Each section declared to be independent section.
    • RELATING TO FINES COLLECTED, PROSECUTIONS, WHEN ACT SHALL TAKE EFFECT, AND REPEALS.
    • REGULATION OF WEIGHING OF COAL.
      • Miner to be paid for all coal contained within car.
      • Department of Industrial Relations to determine percentage of impurity.
      • Percentage of fine coal.
      • Department of Industrial Relations may change percentage.
      • Unlawful to use screen.
      • Loading impurity; penalty.
    • JURISDICTION.
      • JURISDICTION.
    • JUSTICES, POLICE JUDGES AND MAYORS.
    • RELATIVE TO EMPLOYMENT OF MINORS.
      • Sixteen years: age limit for following occupations.
      • Sixteen years: age limit for following industries.
      • Employer to furnish satisfactory evidence of age.
      • Failure to produce satisfactory evidence of age.
      • Age and schooling certificate; by whom approved.
    • CREATING THE DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS.
      • Department of Industrial Relations.
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