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Refuge, places of refuge to be made at sides of underground planes, 15,
Rent, when deductions not within Truck Act, xiv, xv.
Reports of inspectors. See “ Inspectors."
Roads of mine to be ventilated, 14, xxxvii.
Rules, history of mine rules, 2, 13; when first established, 2,--General
rules : list of general rules to be observed in coal and ironstone
mines, 14. 15, xxxvii; penalty for neglect of rules by owner, &c.,
15, 16, xlviii; publication of rules, 16, 17, xliii; penalty for work-
ing mine without publishing rules, 17, xlviii.--Special rules : special
rules to be established, 17, 18, xxxix; present special rules to con-
tinue in force, 18, xxxix; penalty for working mine before special
rules established, 18, xlviii; new special rules how to be established,
8, 9, 18, 19, xl; payment to arbitrator or umpire, 22, xlii; special
rules may be amended from time to time, xlii ; certified copy of
special rules to be evidence, 23, l.; publication of rules, 23, xliii;
copies of rules to be supplied to workmen, 17, xliii; penalty for
working mine without publishing rules 23, xlviii ; penalty for
neglect of rules by owner, 23, xlviii; penalty for neglect of rules
by persons not being owners, 24, xlviii; to provide and name a
person to pay miners, 71, 1.
Safety Lamps, to be used, 15, xxxviii; to be examined and fastened,
Safety-valve, every steam-boiler to have, 15, xxxviii.
Salt, the working of, &c., is within the Truck Act, xiii.
Salt rock mines, within the Truck Act, xii.
Savings' Bank, advance for, not within Truck Act, xv.
School certificate. See “ Certificate.”
Scotland, the Truck Act extends to, xvii; the stat. 5 & 6 Vict. c. 99
extends to, xxx; the stat. 23 & 24 Vict. c. 151 extends to, li.
Servant, definition of, under 5 & 6 Vict. c. 99, 32 n. (t), xxvii.
Sessions to appoint umpire or arbitrator in certain cases, 8, 9, xl, xliv.
Set off, not allowed under Truck Act, 67, iv.
Shaft, when out of use to be fenced, 15, xlviii; to be lined, 15, xxxviii;
to have communicating signals, 15, xxxviii.
Sheriff, definition of under 23 & 24 Vict. c. 151, xxxvi; his jurisdiction
under such statute, 81, xlix.
Sickness, money for, not within Truck Act, xv.
Signals, shaft to have communicating signals, 15, xxxviii; pits to have
such signals, 15, xxxviii; underground self-acting engine, places to
have signals, 15, xxxviii; for stopping places, 15, xxxviii.
Slate, the working, &c., of, is within the Truck Act, xii.
Son of mine owner not to be adjudicating magistrate under 23 & 24
Vict. c. 151, 24, xlix; special rules, see Rules."
Stone, the working, &c. of, is within the Truck Act, xii.
Stopping places to be provided with signals, 15, xxxviii.
Steam-boiler to have steam gauge, 15, xxxviii.
Steam-engines. See “ Engine,” in certain cases not to be under care of
a person under 18 years, 38, 39, 40, xxxv; to have indicator, 15,
xxxviii ; to have a break, 15, xxxviii.
Steam-gauge, every steam-boiler to have, 15, xxxviii.
Tavern, wages not to be paid at, 69, xxvi; penalty for so doing, 69, 70,
Tenement, when demise of, not within Truck Act, xiv.
Tin mines may be inspected under stat. 5 & 6 Vict. c. 99, 6.
Tools for mining not within Truck Act, xiv.
Trappers seldom execute pit bond, 40; but are subject to its general
Travelling roads to be ventilated, 14, xxxviii,
Truck. See “ Penalties," abolition of truck, 65, 65, i; who within
Truck Act, 65, i, n. (a); wages to be paid in coin, 66, ii, iii, iv;
contract not to contain stipulations how wages to be expended, iii ;
payment in goods illegal, 66, 67, iv; exception, xiv; money may
be advanced, xv; workman may recover wages not paid in coin,
66, 67, iv; no set off for goods, iv, v ; employer not to recover for
goods given for wages, 66, 67, iv, v; penalty for entering into such
contracts, 67, vi; how recovered, 67, vi, vii, viii, ix, x; parish in
certain cases may sue for wages, 66, 67, v; bank notes may be good
payment, v, vi: partner not liable in certain cases, 67, x; partner-
ship goods liable, 67, x; exceptive contracts, 68, xiv, xv; employer
may advance money for certain purposes, 69, xv; wages not to be
paid at public-houses, &c , 69, xxvi; recoverable if so paid, 69,
xxvi; penalty for so doing, 69, xxvi, xxvii; wages not recoverable
if so paid, 70, xxvii; penalty for wages paid at public-houses under
5 & 6 Vict. c. 99, 70, xxvii ; agents may be fined for violating the
above provisions, 70, 71, xxvii; wages of miners to be paid in money
under 23 & 24 Vict. c. 151, 71, 1; penalty, 71, 1; when miners
employed by weight, an account to be taken, 71, 72, 1, li.
Ventilation, inspectors may inspect and report on, 9, xliii ; provided
for by general rules, 14, xxxvii.
Victuals, when supplying, is not within Truck Act, xiv.
Viewer cannot be a mine inspector, 8, xxxvii; penalty for non-observ-
ance of general rules, 15, 16, xlviii.
Wages. See “ Truck,” definition under Truck Act, xvi
Water-gauge, every steam-boiler to have, 15, xxxviii.
Weight, when miners paid by weight an account to be taken, 71, 72,
Windlass. See “ Horse Windlass."
Women, employment in mines, enactments as to, 1, xxii, xxxiii ; em-
ployment in mines forbidden by 5 & 6 Vict. c. 99, 31, 32, xxi ;
penalty, 32, xxiv; apprentice deeds of women to be employed in
mines void, 31, 32, xxiii; penalty, 22, xxiv; agents may be sum-
moned in lieu of owners, 32, 33, xxvii.
Working places to be ventilated, 14, xxxvii.
Workmen, when within the Truck Act, 1. n. (a), xii.
Works may be inspected under 5 & 6 Vict. c. 99, 5, xxiv; and under
stat. 23 & 24 Vict. c. 151, 9, xliii; must be ventilated, 14, xxxvii.
Young persons, provisions as to employment in mines, 1, xxi; no person
under 18 to be a miner's apprentice, 33, xxiii, xxiv, xxxiii; excep-
tions, 33, xxv; indenture to the contrary void, those in force
void when apprentice attains 18 years, 33, 34, xxiv; penalties, 34,
xxiv; agents may be fined in lieu of owners, 34, 35, xxvii; penalty
on parents, &c., misrepresenting ages, 34, 35, xxv.
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