165 Duty to report results of proceedings against persons employed at mines or quarries.E+W+S
(1)An owner or manager of a mine F1. . . by whom are instituted proceedings against a person employed at the mine F1. . . for an offence under this Act shall, within twenty-one days after the conclusion of the trial of that person for that offence, give to the inspector for the district notice of the result of the trial and shall also, within twenty-one days after the conclusion of any proceedings by way of appeal arising out of the trial, give to the inspector for the district notice of the result of those proceedings.
(2)For the purposes of this section the bringing of proceedings before the High Court to quash a conviction by order of certiorari shall be deemed to be an appeal.
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