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Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 425. Mines § 425.110

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Sec. 10.  It shall be the duty of the person, persons or corporation, or the superintendents or agents of the same, when the mine inspector arrives at any mine on his official business, to furnish for his inspection all maps, drawings and plans of the mine, together with plans of all contemplated changes in the manner of working the mine or any part thereof;  to furnish him with such suitable person or persons as he may desire to accompany him through the mine or any part thereof;  and also to furnish him with suitable ladders and other necessary appliances to make a proper inspection;  and should they or any of them neglect or refuse to comply with any of the provisions of this section, such refusal or neglect shall be punished by a fine of not less than 100 nor more than 500 dollars for each and every offense.

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