225 ILCS 330/1 Through 330/49
These sections establish the “Illinois Professional Land Surveyors Act of 1989”. The act defines the practice of land surveying and prohibits the professional practice of surveying unless the practitioner has been licensed after passing a comprehensive written examination by the Department of Professional Regulation. The department must establish a land surveyors examining board which shall recommend appropriate qualifications and training which shall be required and considered disciplinary matters and complaints as needed. The act sets forth minimum qualifications for licensing and taking the examination. The act provides for registering the professional land surveying firm and sets forth standards for disciplinary action and procedure.
225 ILCS 411/5 Through 411/5-25, 411/20-5 Through 411/20-30, 411/35-
These sections establish the “Cemetery Oversight Act.” The Act states that a cemetery authority must provide reasonable maintenance of cemetery grounds. The cemetery authority must also make a map or plat available for public inspection.
225 ILCS 430/17
This section provides legal authority for the department upon a verified complaint in writing to investigate the actions of any applicant or person which, if proved, would constitute grounds for refusal, suspension or revocation of a license. Additionally, the department shall notify the applicant or person at least 30 days prior to the date set for hearing in writing the charges and the day and date of the hearing.
225 ILCS 470/3
This section establishes the legal authority jointly recognizing the existing systems of weights and measures and the metric system. The weights and measures shall be those established by the National Bureau of Standards.
225 ILCS 705/33.01 Through 705/34.04
These sections require the operator of every underground coal mine to create an accurate above and below ground maps of the coal mine operation. They shall have separate maps of the same scale of each seam shaft or inclined planes and surface structures. These maps shall be kept in the mine office at all times with copies filed with the state mine inspector and the county recorder. The maps shall be regularly updated. The state mine inspector or mining board may require a new or corrected map whenever an inaccuracy is believed to exist. A final survey shall be made whenever a mine is to be abandoned or closed in definitely. This survey shall be filed within 90 days after closing. Whenever the main subdivision occurs the mining board shall hold a public hearing. The department may enter any mine to take such remedial steps to minimize damages from such subsidence. The operator shall maintain accurate maps of all mine operating whether worked out or abandoned. In the event the operator does not provide the maps then the department shall conduct such survey and recover the cost from the operator.
225 ILCS 710/22 & 710/23
These sections require the operator of every mine to make and maintain by a mining engineer or surveyor a clear and accurate map of the workings of such mine. In the event the mine operator shall refuse to make such maps after three months written notice, then the mine inspector may cause such maps to be made at the expense of the mine operator.