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225 ILCS 705/11.10

    (225 ILCS 705/11.10)
    Sec. 11.10. Materials for barricade. Each working section of a mine must have an emergency sled or wagon located no more than 1,000 feet from the working faces of the mine with the following materials and amounts in constant supply:
        (1) 8 timbers of suitable length or roof jacks of
equal capability;
        (2) 200 linear feet of brattice cloth of adequate
height to the coal seam;
        (3) 2 hand saws;
        (4) 20 1 x 6 brattice boards at least 12 feet long
        (5) 10 pounds of 10d nails;
        (6) 10 pounds of 16d nails;
        (7) 10 pounds of spads;
        (8) 25 cap boards;
        (9) 20 header boards;
        (10) 2 axes;
        (11) 2 claw hammers;
        (12) one sledge hammer;
        (13) one shovel;
        (14) 10 bags of wood fiber plaster or 5 bags of
cement or the equivalent;
        (15) 4 sets of rubber gloves; and
        (16) 5 gallons of sealed, distilled drinking water.
(Source: P.A. 94-1041, eff. 7-24-06.)