When a mine owner1 desires to work minerals lying under2 the area of protection3, he must give notice of his intention to the railway or other authority before he begins to work4. This obligation to give notice is not affected by any rights or obligations with regard to support which may exist outside the mining code. Thus it makes no difference that the mine owner may already have the right to let down the surface, either unconditionally or subject to the payment of compensation, or that the railway or other authority is already entitled to support5. The mine owner
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