PUBLIC LAW 91-174-DEC. 30, 1969
progress concerning the achievement of its purposes, the needs and requirements in the field of coal mine health and safety, the amount and status of each loan made pursuant to this Act, a description and the anticipated cost of each project and program he has undertaken under sections 301(b) and 501, and any other relevant information, including any recommendations he deems appropriate. (b) Within one hundred and twenty days following the convening of each session of Congress, the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare shall submit through the President to the Congress and to the Office of Science and Technology an annual report upon the health matters covered by this Act, including the progress toward the achievement of the health purposes of this Act, the needs and requirements in the field of coal mine health, a description and the anticipated cost of each project and program he has undertaken under sections 301(b) and 501, and any other relevant information, including any recommendations he deems appropriate. The first such report shall include the recommendations of the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare as to necessary mandatory health standards, including his recommendations as to the maximum permissible individual exposure to miners from respirable dust during a shift. SPECIAL REPORT Federal and State coordination.
SEC. 512. (a) The Secretary shall make a study to determine the best manner to coordinate Federal and State activities in the field of coal mine health and safety so as to achieve (1) maximum health and safety protection for miners, (2) an avoidance of duplication of effort, (3) maximum effectiveness, (4) a reduction of delay to a minimum, and (5) most effective use of Federal inspectors. (b) The Secretary shall make a report of the results of his study to the Congress as soon as practicable after the date of enactment of this Act. JURISDICTION; LIMITATION
SEC. 513. In any proceeding in which the validity of any interim mandatory health or safety standard set forth in titles II and III of this Act is in issue, no justice, judge, or court of the United States shall issue any temporary restraining order or preliminary injunction restraining the enforcement of such standard pending a determination of such issue on its merits. Approved December 30, 1969.
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National Blood Donor Month. Proclamation.
Erneido A. Oliva.
JOINT RESOLUTION To authorize and request the President to proclaim the month of January 1970 as "National Blood Donor Month".
Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,, That, in recognition of the vital role of the voluntary blood donor in medical care, the President is authorized and requested to issue a proclamation designating the month of January 1970 as "National Blood Donor Month". S E C 2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the citizenship or nationality of Erneido A. Oliva shall not prohibit the Secretary of the Senate from paying compensation, for a period not to exceed six months, to the said Erneido A. Oliva while serving as an employee of the Senate. Approved December 30, 1969.