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[83 STAT. 755]
[83 STAT. 755]
PUBLIC LAW 91-000—MMMM. DD, 1969

83 STAT. ]

PUBLIC LAW 91-173-DEC. 30, 1969


tions as it may prescribe, grant such temporary relief as it deems appropriate peiidin*? final determination of the proceeding if— (A) all parties to the proceeding have been notified and given an opportunity to be heard on a request for temporary relief; and (B) the person requesting such relief shows that there is a substantial likelihood that he will prevail on the merits of the final determination of the proceeding. (d) The judgment of the court shall be subject to review only by the Supreme Court of the United States upon a writ of certiorari or certification as provided in section 1254 of title 28, United States Code.

62 Stat. 928.

(e) The commencement of a proceeding under this section shall nc \ unless specifically ordered by the court, operate as a stay of the order or decision of the Secretary or the Panel. (f) Subject to the direction and control of the Attorney General, as provided in section 507(b) of title 28 of the United States Code, 62 Stat. 910: attorneys appointed by the Secretary may appear for and represent ^°2rusc^5oV him in any proceeding instituted under this section. note. rOSTING OF NOTICES, ORDERS, AND DECISIONS

SEC. 107. (a) A t each coal mine there shall be maintained an office with a conspicuous sign designating it as the office of the mine, and a bulletin board at such office or at some conspicuous place near an entrance of the mine, in such manner that notices, orders, and decisions required by law or regulation to be posted on the mine bulletin board may be posted thereon, be easily visible to all persons desiring to read them, and be protected against damage by weather and against unauthorized removal. A copy of any notice, order, or decision required by this title to be given to an operator shall be delivered to the office of the affected mine, and a copy shall be immediately posted on the bulletin board of such mine by the operator or his agent. (b) The Secretary shall cause a copy of any notice, order, or decision required by this Act to be given to an operator to be mailed immediately to a representative of the miners in the affected mine, and to the public official or agency of the State charged with administering State laws, if any, relating to health or safety in such mine. Such notice, order, or decision shall he available for public inspection. (c) In order to insure prompt compliance with any notice, order, or decision issued under this Act, the authorized representative of the Secretary may deliver such notice, order, or decision to an agent of the operator and such agent shall immediately take appropriate measures to insure compliance with such notice, order, or decision. (d) Each operator of a coal mine shall file with the Secretary the name and address of such mine and the name and address of the person who controls or operates the mine. Any revisions in such names or addresses shall be promptly filed with the Secretary. Each operator of a coal mine shall designate a responsible official at such mine as the principal officer in charge of health and safety at such mine and such official shall receive a copy of any notice, order, or decision issued under this Act affecting such mine. In any case, where the coal mine is subject to the control of any person not directly involved in the daily operations of the coal mine, there shall be filed with the Secretary the name and address of such person and the name and address of a principal official of such person who shall have overall responsibility for the conduct of an effective health and safety program at any coal mine subject to the control of such person and such official shall