Mining Laws of Ohio, 1921
Mining Laws of Ohio
THE DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
Columbus, Ohio THE F.J. HEER PRINTING CO. 1921 Bound at the State Bindery
The Department of Industrial Relations.
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.
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.
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.
RELATING TO PENALTIES.
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.
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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