The Statutes of Practical Utility [1235-1895]; Arranged in Alphabetical and Chronological Order

The Statutes of Practical Utility [1235-1895]; Arranged in Alphabetical and Chronological Order : With Notes and Indexes Volume 8

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1895 edition. Excerpt: ... are for the time being in use, even though such current should be inflammable General Rules (Safety Lamps--Use of Explosives below Ground). 5 5 51 l'icents1' Rule 10. In any mine or part of a mine in which safety lamps are refig' quired by this act or by the special rules made in pursuance of this act to Examination be used-- 'I: "Y A competent person appointed by the owner, agent, or manager, ' for the purpose, shall, either at the surface or at the appointed lamp station, examine every safety lamp immediately before it is taken into the workings for use, and ascertain it to be in safe working order and securely locked; and such lamps shall not be used until they have been so examined and found in safe working order and securel locked: (ii) A safiayty lamp shall not be unlocked except either at the appointed lamp station or for the purpose of firing a shot, in conformity with the provisions hereinafter contained: (iii) A person, unless he has been appointed either for the purpose of examining safety lamps or for the purpose of firing shots, shall not have in his possession any contrivance for Opening the lock of any safct lamp: (iv) A iperson shall not have in his possession any lucifer match or apparatus of any kind for striking a light, except within a completely closed chamber attached to the fuse of the shot La"_1P Rule 11. Where safety lamps are required to be used, the position of "m'""' the lamp stations for lighting or relighting the lamps shall not be in the return air. g:: S (: l;1 -Rule 12. Any explosive substance shall only be used in the mine below ground as follows: (a) It shall not be stored in the mine: (b) It shall not be taken into the mine, except ishow more

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