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Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 425. Mines § 425.109

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Sec. 9.  If any man or men are allowed to continue work in any place condemned by the mine inspector, except to do the work required to be done to insure safety before said place has received the necessary changes to secure the safety, ordinary risks of mining excepted, of the laborers engaged therein, the person, persons or corporation operating said mine shall be liable for all accidents causing injuries or death to employes working in or about such place, until the order referred to in the preceding section shall have been complied with or revoked.

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