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CONGRESSIONAL RECORD HOUSE

January 29 The SPEAKER. Is there objection to Mr. FULTON in two instances and to 392. A letter from the rice president, the the request of the gentleman from Okla. include extraneous matter.

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., transhoma?

Mr. BREEDING (at the request of Mr.

mitting a statement of receipts and expendiThere was no objection. ALBERT) and to include extraneous

tures of the Chesa peake & Potomac Telephone Mr. ALBERT. Mr. Speaker, Secretary ma

Co. for the year 1956, pursuant to chapter ter,

1628, acts of Congress 1904; to the Committee of Defense Charles Wilson seems to have

on the District of Columbia. a talent for putting his feet in his

393. A letter from the vice president, the mouth. His latest tirade charging that

ADJOURNMENT

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., transour National Guard men are "draft Mr. GORDON. Mr. Speaker, I move mitting a comparable general balance sheet dodgers" is not only unfortunate, but, so that the House do now adjourn.

of the Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. far as the Oklahoma National Guard is

The motion was agreed to; accord

for the year 1956, pursuant to the act of

March 4, 1913; to the Committee on the Disconcerned, it is simply not true. The ingly (at 6 o'clock and 47 minutes

trict of Columbia. famous 45th Division was repeatedly on p. m.) the House adjourned until tothe line in both World War II and Korea. morrow, Wednesday, January 30, 1957,

394. A letter from the Director, United

States Information Agency, transmitting a Its members escaped neither military at 12 o'clock noon.

draft of proposed legisiation entitled "A bili training nor actual battle. Many of

to promote the foreign policy of the United them lost their lives. Secretary Wilson .

States by amending the United States Inforought to apologize to them and their EXECUTIVE COMMUNICATIONS, mation and Educational Exchange Act of families.

ETC.

1948 (Public Law 402, 80th Cong.); to the Only a few days ago a former member

Committee on Foreign Affairs.

Onder clause 2 of rule XXIV, execuof th 45th Division came by my omice. tive communications were taken from

395. A letter from the Director. Federal He won the Medal of Honor in combat the Speaker's table and referred as

Bureau of Investigation, Department of Jus

tice, transmitting a report with respect to in World War II. He was a member of follows:

positions m the Federal Bureau of Investithe Oklahoma National Guard. I ask the Secretary of Defense: Is this one

383. A letter from the Secretary of Agri- gation, pursuant to Public Law 854, 841h Conof the men he had reference to when

he culture, transmitting a draft of proposed gress to the Committee on Post once and legislation entitled "A bill to provide for

Civil Service, charged that our National Guard men corn base acreages and other purposes"; to

396. A letter from the Clerk of the House are draft dodgers? the Committee on Agriculture.

of Representatives, transmitting a petition 384. A letter from the Secretary of Agria with respect to the contested election case culture, transmitting a draft of proposed

of Steven V. Carter against Karl M. Le Compte DISPENSING WITH CALENDAR legislation entitled "A bill to amend the for a seat in the 85th Congress from the WEDNESDAY

Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as Fourth Congressional District of the State of

amended, to exempt certain wheat producers lowa (H. Doc. No. 84); to the Committee on Mr. ALBERT. Mr. Speaker, I ask from llability under the act where all the House Administration and ordered to be unanimous consent that the business in wheat crop is sed or used for seed or lood on printed order on Calendar Wednesday of this

the farm, and for other purposes"; to he

Committee on Agriculture. week may be dispensed with. The SPEAKER. Without objection, , Defense Mobilization, Executive Ofice of the

385. A letter from the Director, omchhor PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS it is so ordered.

Under clause 4 of rule XXII, public President, transmitting a copy of the ReThere was no objection port on Borrowing Authority for the quarter

bills and resolutions were introduced ending September 30. 1956, pursuant to sec

and severally referred as follows: tlon 304 (b) of the Defense Production Act,

Bs Mr. ARENDS:
LEAVE OF ABSENCE
as amended: to the Committee on Band

H. R. 3935. A bill to provide for corn base and Currency. By unanimous consent, leave of

acreages, and other purposes; to the Com386. A letter from the Secretary of Healuh,

mittee on Agriculture. sence was granted as follows: Education, and Welfare, transmitting a drast

By Mr. BARRETT: To Mr. GARMATZ (at the request of of proposed legislation entitled "A bill to

H. R. 3936. A bill to amend and revise Mr. FALLON), on account of illness.

authorize a 4-year program of Federal as-
sistance to States and communities to en.

the laws relating to Immigration, naturall. able them to increase public elementary

zation, nationality, and citizenship, and for and secondary school construction": to the

other purposes; to the Committee on the SPECIAL ORDERS GRANTED Committee on Education and Labor.

Judiciary. 387. A letter from the Comptroller Gen

By Mr. BLATXIK: By unanimous consent, permission to eral of the United States, transmitting a

H. R. 3937. A bill to amend and rerleg address the House, following the legisla

report on the audit of the Soil Conservation the laws relating to Immigration, naturall. tive program and any special orders Service, Department of Agriculture, for the zation, nationality, and citizenship. and heretofore entered, was granted to: Riscal year ended June 30, 1955; to the Con for other purposes; to the Committee on Mr. Reuss on tomorrow for 1 hour. mittee on Government Operations.

the Judiciary. 388. A letter from the Acting Secretary

By Mr. DIGGS: of Commerce, transmitting the 44th Annual HR. 3938. A bill to amend and revise the

Report of the Secretary of Coinmerce for the law's relating to immigration, naturalizaEXTENSION OF REMARKS:

nscal year ended June 30, 1956, pursuant tion, nationallty, and citizenship, and for By unanimous consent, permission to

to the act of February 14, 1903 (5 U. S. C. other purposes; to the Committee on the extend remarks in the CONGRESSIONAL

604): to the Committee on Interstate and Judiciary.

Foreign Conimerce. RECORD, or to revise and extend remarks,

By Mr. FARBSTEIN: 389. A letter from the Executire omcer, was granird to:

H.R. 3939. A bill to anrend and revise the National Advisory Cominlttee for Aeronau. Mr. DEMPSEY and include a press re

laws relating to Imanigration, naturalizatics, transmitting the annual report on tort lease having to do with Secretary of claims paid by the National Advisors Com

tion, nationality, and citizenship, and for Defense Wilson's statement and the Na.. mittee for Aeronautics for the period Janu

other purposes; to the Commitee on the

Judiciary. tional Guard of New Mexico.

ary 1 through December 31, 1956, pursuant Mr. HOFFMAN in two instances, in each to Public Law 773, 80th Congress; to the

By Mr. BARTLETT: to include relevant matter. Committee on the Judiciary..

H. R. 3940. A bill to grant certain lands 390. A letter from the Librarian of Con- to the Territory of Alaska; tu the Commilice Mr. SCHWENGEL and to include relevant gress, transmitting a report with respect to

on Interior and Insular Adairs. matter. positions in the Legislative Reference Service

H.R. 3941. A bill to amend section 26, Mr. KEATING in three separate in- of the Library of Congress, pursuant to Public title I. chapter 1. of the act entitled "An stances, in each to include extraneous Law 854. 84th Congress; to the Committee on act inaking further provision for a ciril matter. Post Office and Ciril Service.

Sorernment for Alaska, and for other pur. Mr. ADBITT (at thc request of Mr. 391. A letter from the Deputy Postmaster

poses," approved June 6. 1900 (48 U. S. C. ALEERT) and include extraneous matter. General, transmitting a draft of propused

381); to the Comunit:ee on Interior and In

sular allaire. Mr. Hays of Arkansas in ivo instances legislation cntitled "A bill to nuthorize and direct the Postmaster Gencral to estinate for

By Mr. BERRY: and to include extraneous matter.

each Riscal year certain expenses incurred by, H. R. 3942. A bill to stimulate Industr! Mr. Bow (at the request of Mr.

And losses in rerenue to, the Pust once De levelopment near Indian reservations; to VORYS) and to include extraneous mat, partment, and for oih's purposes"; to the he Committee on Interior and Insular A. ter.

Committee on Post Once and Civil Service,

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January 29

By Mr. N:12:

States citizens, and for other purposes; to to proclalin October 11, 1957. General PuH. R. 3993. A bill to proride for the issu- the Cumınittee on the Judiciary.

laski's Memorial Day for he obserrance and ance of a sperial postage stamp in commem

By Mr. WILSON of California:

commemoration of the death of Brig. Gen. cation or the 75th anniversary of the H. R. 4009. A bill to amend the Civil Casimir Pulaski; to the Conmittee on the Knights of Columbus; to the Committee on Service Retirement Act of May 29, 1930, as Judiciary. Post O.Tice and Civil Service. amended, so as to provide certain benefits

By Mr. ROGERS of Florida: By Mr. OSMERS:

for the widow's of employees who died prior N. J. Res. 208. Joint resolution designating HR. 3994. A bill to exempt from duty un- to February 28, 1918, and for other purposes: the 7th Day of December in each year as der paragraph 372 of the Tarift Act of 1930 to the Committee on Post Oifice and Civil Preparedness Day; to the Committee on the certain crawler-type diesel tractors imported Service.

Judiciary. into Puerto Rico for agricultural use; to the

By Mr. ZELENKO:

By Mr. SPENCE: Committee on Wars ard Means.

H. R. 4010. A bill to provide for assistance H. J. Res. 209. Joint resolution to proride By Mrs. PFOST:

to and cooperation with States In strength- Interim assistance, through the Federal NaHR. 3995. A bill tormend the act of Au- ening and improving State and local pro- tional Mortgage Association, in relieving gust 4, 1953 (67 Stat. 41) and for other pur- grams for the diminution, control, and treat, the shortage of funds for home loans pendposes; to the Committee on Interior and In- ment of juvelie ce inquency: to the Educa- ing further investigation of housing credit sular Alairs tion and Labor.

conditions; to the Committee on Banking By Mr. RAYBURY:

H. R. 4011. A bill to establish the Federal and Currency. HR. 3996. A bill to authorize the utiliza- Agency for Handicapped; to define its duties,

By Mr. TALLE: tion of a limited amount of storage space in and for other purposes; to the Committee on H. J. Res. 210. Joint resolution to provide Lake Texoma for the purpose of water sup- Education and Labor.

Interim assistance, through the Federal Naply for the city of Shermin, Tex.; to the Com.

By Mr. CELLER:

tional Mortgage Association, in rellereing the mittee on Public Works.

H. R. 4012. A bill to revise, codify, and en- shortage of funds for home loans pendin By Mr. RILEY:

act into law, title 39 of the United States further investigation of housing credit conH. R. 3997. A bill to amend sections 109 Code, entitled "The Postal Service"; to the ditions; to the Committee on Banking and (a) and 109 (b) of the Soil Bank Act so as Committee on the Judiciary.

Currency. to require that contracts for the establish.

By Mr. DELANEY:

By Mr. ASHLEY: ment of tree cover under the conservation H. R. 4013. A bill to prohibit the iniro. H. Con. Res. 87. Concurrent resolution to reserve program shall extend for 15 years; duction, or manufacture for Introduction, conduct a full and complete investigation to the Committee on Agriculture.

into interstate con merce of switchblade and study into the price-pront-wage rela. By Mr. ROGERS of Florida:

knives, and for other purposes; to the Com- tionships in the automobile, steel, meatH. R. 3998. A bill to provide for the con. mittee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, packing and other basic industries whose struction of a fish and viidlife marine labo. 11. R. 4014. 111 to proteet the public policies exert a decisive influence on the ra tory and experiment station in Naples, health by amending the Federal Food, Drug. American economy: to the Committee on Fla.; to the Commit:ee on Merchant Marine and Cosmetic Act so as to provide for the Rules. End Fisheries.

salety of chemical additives in food; to the By Mr. MACK of Illinols: By Mr. ROOSEVELT:

Committee on Interstate and Foreign Com. A. Con. Res. 88. Concurrent resolution ex. H. R. 3999. A bill to a rend the Fair Labor merce.

Jpressing the sense of the Congress that el. Standards Act of 1938 so as to increase the H. R. 4015. 10m to protect the public forts should be made to invite Spain to memminimum hourly wage from $1 to $1.25; to health by amending the Federal Food, Drug. bership in the North Atlantic Treaty Or. the Committee on Educa:ion and Labor. and Cosmetic Act so as to provide for the ganization; to the Committee on Foreign By Mr. SHELLEY:

safety of chemicals in cosmetics; to the Com- Afairs. H.R. 4000. A bill to amend the Civil Serr. mittee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce.

By Mr. DIES: ice Retirement Act wi:5 respect to annul.

By Mr. ROBSION of Kentucky:

H. Res. 133. Resolution to require Inrestle ties of Panama Canal sh!p pilots; to the H. R. 4016. A bill to provide for the in- gation of subversive list; to the Committee Committee on Post Oifice and Civil Service. corporation of tlie Vational Woman's Relief on Rules,

By Mr. SIMPSON of Pennsylvania: Corps, Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the By Mr. ROOSEVELT: H. R. 4001. A bill to proride for approral Republic, organized in 1883; to the Commit- #. Res. 134. Resolution authorizing the under title X of the Social Security Act of tee on the Judiciary.

Comınittee on Education and Labor to con. State plans for a!d to the blind without re

By Mr. BARTLETT:

duct certain investigations; to the com. gard to the existence la ang State of other R. J. Pes. 199. Joint resolution authorizing mittee on Rules. programs of assistance to blind persons 0. the Secretary of the United States Depart. H. Res. 135. Resolution providing funds for nanced entirely by the State; to the Com- ment of Labor to report periodically on labor

the investigations authorized by House Res. mittee on Ways and Means. conditions in the Territory of Alaska; to the

olution 134; to the Committee on House By Mr. THOMPSON of New Jersey: Committee on Education and Labor.

Administration. H. R. 4002. A bill to pooride for the trans.

By Mr. BURDICK: fer of the Civil Service Commission Build- H. J. Res. 200. Joint resolution to establish ing in the District of Columbia to the Re- an international university, and for other fents of the Smithsonian Institution for purposes; to the Committe on Foreign Afairs,

MEMORIALS use in housing the National Collection of

By Mr. BYRNE or Illinois:

Under clausc 4 of rule XXII, memorials Fine Arts and a Natio:21 Portrait Gallery, H. J. Res. 201. Joint resolution proposing 10 proride for the international Interchange

were presented and referred as follows: an amendment to the Constitution of the of art and craft works, and for other pur. United States relative to equal rights for

By the SPEAKER: Mcinorlal of the Legis. prees; to the Committre on House Adminis- men and women; to the Committee on the lature of the State of Nebraska, memorial. t:ation. Judiciary.

izing the President and the Congress of the H. R. 4003. A bill to provide for increases

By Mr. CANNON:

United States relative to urging all efforts be In the annuities of anitants under the H. J. Res. 202. Jurut resolution providing put forth to secure favorable action on Sena Civil Service Retirement Act of May 29, 1930, for the filling of a vacancy in the Board of atc bill 581, “because it will permit the con. a3 amended; to the Committee on Post once Regents of the Sinithsonian Institution, of

tirued research into new and Inprored uses and Civil Service.

the class other than Menbers of Congress; of surplus grains for Industrial uses"; to the I!. R. 4001. A bill to p:c:ide for decoratire to the Committee on House Administration. Committee on Arnicd Services. 275 in Feueral building to the Committee

Ly Mr. COLE: on Public Works.

H.J. Res. 203. Joint resolution declaring By Mr. LOLLEPSOX:

Inauguration D..y to be a legal holiday; to H. R. 4005, . oi!! 12 Pepeal the act of

PRIVATE BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS the Committee on the Judiciary. Aigst 9, 1946, providin; !or the preparation

By Mr. L'EXDERSON:

Under clause 1 of rule XXII, private of a men; bership roil ci the 11:C:!!)5 of the H. J. Ros. 204. Joint resolution deslanating bills and resolutions were introduced Vaisimia furstovaior; i.) Cie Cum:rittee on the 24 ds of February in each year as Chip and scverally referred as follows: I:.teri! and Insuiar Ali.rs.

tants' Dios; toite Committee on the Judle By Mr. UIT:

By Mr. ANFUSO: ciary. H. R. 4000. A bill to :ice the att or tax

By Mr. IORAN:

H. R. 4017. A bill for the relief of Kerrok on transport.11:0:1 ol p: cry: to i'ic Coin. H.J. Pes. 205. Juist resolution relaiing to

Sevas. Mrs. Virginia Serag, and Sonia Serag: mittee on W..s and Me!)s. Father's Day: to the Comniline on the

to the Committee on tbe Judiciary. II. R. 4007. A bill to 4.7.erd section 208 of Judiciary.

By Mr. ASHLEY: thie Federal Prints and Administrative

By Mr. LVRD:

II. R. 4018. A bill for the reller of Abdul Serilces Act 1979:0 permit ihr disposal of 11. J. Pos. 206. J. int resolution proposing Salpin El Kadri; to the Conmittee on the surplus proprily to un'icis owned water all amendment to the Constitution of the

Judiciary. districts i10 15:4:saed seker dricts; Union S!. tcs relative to the balancing of

By Mfr. BARRETT: to the Committee on Gurer:.n.ent Op.12- the budoct; to :!e Comniittce on the Jurii. H.R. 4019. A bill for the relief of Era tions. ciety.

Ziccarıll; to the Committee on the Judiciary. By Wr. WALTER: By Mr. XINTZ:

By Mr. BLATNIK: A. R. 4003. Atill lor le rclic! cortain #. J. Res. 207. Joint reslutlon authorizing 1. R. 5020. A bill for the rellel of Kazimir ... allen c::t:circa injicd ty Culed the risconto! iiie Criited Stutes of Aicerica lekulid; volc Commilles on the Judiciary.

85TE CONGRESS

1st SESSION

H. R. 4432

:

IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

FEBRUARY 8, 1957 Mrs. SULLIVAN introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Com

mittee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce

A BILL To protect the public health by amending the Federal Food,

Drug, and Cosmetic Act so as to provide for the safety of chemical additives in food.

1 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa2 tives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, 3 That section 201 of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic 4 Act is amended by the addition of the following paragraph: 5 “(s) The term 'chemical additive' means any substance 6 (including products resulting from changes in such sub7 stance after use) which (1) is intended for use (A) as a 8 food, or (B) to preserve or

alter
any

or any character9 istic of any food; or (C) for any

other

purpose in producing, 10 processing, packing, transporting, wrapping, or holding food

food or any

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1 if such use is likely to result in the contamination of food, but 2 shall not include pesticide chemicals used in the production, 3 · storage, or transportation of raw agricultural commodities, as 4 defined in section 201 (9) of this Act; and (2) is not gen5 erally recognized, among experts qualified by scientific train6 ing and experience to evaluate the safety of chemical addi7 tives, as having been adequately tested to show that it is 8 not poisonous or deleterious, or is a poisonous or deleterious

9 substance which is not generally recognized among such

10 experts as having been adequately tested to show that it is 11 safe for its intended use."

12

SEC. 2. Section 301 of the Federal Food, Drug, and 13 Cosmetic Act is amended by changing “404 or 505" in 14 subsection (d) to “404, 409, or 505”; and “404, 505, 506, 15 507, or 704” in subsection (j) to “404, 409, 505, 506,

16 507, or 704".

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Sec. 3. Section 304 of such Act is amended by changing

18 “404 or 505" in subsections (a) and (d) to "404, 409, or

19 505”.

20

Sec. 4. Section 402 (a) of such Act is amended by 21 changing the period at the end to a semicolon and adding: 22 “or (7) if it is, or bears or contains, a chemical additive,

23 unless the use of such chemical additive has been approved

24 pursuant to section 409.”

85TE CONGRESS

18T SESSION

H. R. 4432

IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

FEBRUARY 8, 1957 Mrs. SULLIVAN introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Com

mittee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce

A BILL

To protect the public health by amending the Federal Food,

Drug, and Cosmetic Act so as to provide for the safety of chemical additives in food.

1

5

Be enacted by the Senate and House of Representa2 tives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, 3 That section 201 of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic 4 Act is amended by the addition of the following paragraph:

“(s) The term 'chemical additive' means any substance 6 (including products resulting from changes in such sub7 stance after use) which (1) is intended for use (A) as a 8 food, or (B) to preserve or alter any food or any character9 istic of any food; or (C) for any other purpose in producing, 10 processing, packing, transporting, wrapping, or holding food

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