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|Depth in Yards.||Percentage.||Depth in Yards.||Percentage.|
|260||19||650 and over||60|
The percentage at intermediate depths to be in proportion.
1The area shall extend laterally on each side of (but not including) the inner area of protection to the following distance therefrom:—E+W+S+N.I.
|If the depth of the seam is 160 yards or under||Nil.|
|If the depth of the seam exceeds 160 yards, but does not exceed 170 yards||1½ yards.|
|If the depth of the seam exceeds 170 yards, but does not exceed 180 yards||2½ yards.|
|If the depth of the seam exceeds 180 yards, but does not exceed 190 yards||4½ yards.|
|If the depth of the seam exceeds 190 yards, but does not exceed 200 yards||5½ yards.|
|If the depth of the seam exceeds 200 yards, but does not exceed 210 yards||7 yards.|
|If the depth of the seam exceeds 210 yards, but does not exceed 220 yards||8 yards.|
|If the depth of the seam exceeds 220 yards, but does not exceed 230 yards||9 yards.|
|If the depth of the seam exceeds 230 yards, but does not exceed 240 yards||9½ yards.|
|If the depth of the seam exceeds 240 yards, but does not exceed 250 yards||10 yards.|
|If the depth of the seam exceeds 250 yards||To a line descending outwards from the railway or works at an angle of one horizontal to five vertical from a point on the boundary of the railway or works at rail level until the depth of 650 yards is reached and thence descending vertically.|
2The area shall extend longitudinally for a distance co-extensive with the part of the railway or works upon which expenditure has been incurred in making good the damage, together with a length beyond that distance at either end thereof equal to one-half of the mean depth of the seam or seams in question.E+W+S+N.I.
1The percentage shall be one hundred if the specified minerals do not extend beyond the boundary of the protected works, and shall diminish by one for every one-and-a-half yards by which the specified minerals extend beyond that boundary on each side thereof.E+W+S+N.I.
2If the specified minerals extend to one hundred and fifty yards or more beyond such boundary, no payment shall be due by the company.E+W+S+N.I.
3If the specified minerals extend further from such boundary on one side of the railway than on the other, they shall, for the purposes of this schedule, be deemed to extend beyond such boundary for the mean of such distances on both sides of the railway.E+W+S+N.I.
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