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5394
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April 9 for cutting expenses we must watch very price Increases; without amendment (Rept. Chung Pong Ming and Tee Chung Nom carefully to see that tardships do not No. 314), Referred to the Committee of the Ming; without amendment (Rept. No. 320).

Whole House on the State of the Union. Referred to the Committee of the whole ensue.

MI. KILDAY: Committee on Armed Serp. House.

ices. H. R. 4144. A bill to provide that the Mr. FEIGHAN: Committee on the JudiSPECIAL ORDER GRANTED commanding general of the militia of the clary. 8. 687. An act for the relief at

District of Columbia shall hold the rank Stylianos Lecomples; with amendment (Rept. By unanimous consent, permission to of major general; with amendment (Rept. No. 327), Referred to the Committee of the address the House, following the legis. No. 332). Referred to the Committee of tho Whole House. la tive program and any special orders Whole House on the State of the Union. A. FEIGHAN: Committee on the Judi. heretofore entered, was granted to:

MI. KILDAY: Committee on Armed Serve clary. 8. 696. An act for the reller of Alecos Mrs. ROGERS of Massachusetts, for 10

ices. H. R. 5832. A bill to increase the re- Markos Karavasllls and his wife, Steliant

tired annuities of the civilian members of tho minutes, on today.

Karavasilis; with amendment (Rept. No. teaching staffs of the United States Naval 328). Referred to the Committee of the

Academy and the United States Naval Post- Whole House. EXTENSION OF REMARKS

graduate School; with amendment (Rept. No. M. FEIGHAN: Committee on the Judi.

333). Referred to the Committee of the ciars. S. 753. An act for the relief of Goor. By unanimous consent, permission to Whole House on the State of the Union. glana Ching Aslen (Liang) New; without extend remarks in the CONGRESSIONAL

Mr. DAVIS of Tennessee: Committee on amendment (Rept. No. 329). Referred to RECORD, or to revise and extend remarks, Public Works. H. R. 6092., A bill granting the Committee of the whole House.

the consent and approval of Congress to the was granted to:

Mr. FEIGHAN: Committee on the JudiMerrimack River dood-control compact; clars. 8. 797. An act for the reller of John Mr. CANNON to extend the remarks he

without amendment (Rept. No. 334). Re- Leary; with amendment (Rept. No. 830). made in the Committee of the Whole ferred to the Committee of the Whole House Referred to the Committee of tbe Whole and include extraneous matter. on the State of the Union.

House. Mr. BROOMFIELD and to included

Air, KILDAY: Committee on Armed Sery. speech by former Congressman Dondero.

ices. · H. R. 5186. A bill for the relief of Mr. LAIRD to extend the remarks he REPORTS OF COMMITTEES ON PRI.

Dorothy E. Green and Thelma La Alley; with. made in the Committee of the whole

VATE BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS out aipendment (Rept. No. 331). Referred today and include related matter. Under clause 2 of rule XII, reports of to the Committee of the Whole House

Mr. FASCELL in two separate instances, committees were delivered to the Clerk in each to include related matter. for printing and reference to the proper

PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS Mr. Coad to extend his remarks in the calendar, as follows:

Under clause 4 of rule XXI, public Committee of the Whole on the Com- Mr. CHELF: Committee on the Judiciary.

bills and resolutions were introduced and merce Department appropriation bill and H. R. 1574. A bill for the relief of Albert

severally referred as follows: to include & table.

Hyrapiet; with amendment (Rept. No. 315).
Referred to the Committee of the whole

By Mr. COAD:
House.

A. R. 6742. A bill to provide that the price. SENATE BILL REFERRED

Mr. HYDE: Committee on the Judiciary. support level and the acreage allotments in A bill of the Senate of the following Rimura; with amendment (Rept. No. 316). R. R. 2723. A bill for the relief of Shigeko effect in 1957 shall not be less than than

in effect in 1956; to the Committee on Agrio title was taken from the Speaker's table

Referred to tho Committee of the whole culture. and, under the rule, referred as follows: House.

By Mr. DIGGS: 8. 1747. An act to proride for the compul.

Mr. FEIGHAN: Committee on the Judi. H. R. 6743. A bill to amend the public.

clary. 8. 58. An act for the relief of Duk sory Inspection by the United States Depart.

assistance provisions of the Social Security

Act to ellminate certain Inequities and rement of Agriculture of poultry and poultry Chang Cho; without amendment (Rept. No. products; to the Committee on Agriculture,

strictions and permit a more effective dis317). Referred to the Committee of the Whole House.

tribution of Federal sunds; to the Committee Mr. FEIGHAN: Committee on the Judi. on Ways and Means. ADJOURNMENT clary. S. 87. An act for the relief of Pavel

By Mr. DURHAM: Mr. MACK of Illinois. Mr. Speaker, Referred to the Committee of the whole Blaho; without amendment (Rept. No. 318). A. R. 6744. A bul to amend Public Lav

472, 81st Congress, as amended, relative to I move that the House do now adjourn. House.

the attendance of professional personnel of The motion was agreed to; accordingly Mr. FEIGHAN: Committee on the Judi- the National Advisory Committee for Aero. (at 4 o'clock and 27 minutes p m.), clary. S. 91. An act for the relief of Vitor nautics in graduate schools; to the committhe House adjourned until tomorrow,

Charles Hunt; without amendment (Rept. tee on Armed Services.
Wednesday, April 10, 1957, at 12 o'clock

No. 319). Referred to the Committee of the By Mr. EBERHARTER:
Whole House.

A. R. 6745. A bill to amend Public Lav 587 noon.

M. FEIGHAN: Committee on the Judi- by permittlug the withholding by the Fed.

ciary. 8. 93. An ect for the relief of Dominic eral Government from wages of employees EXECUTIVE COMMUNICATIONS, ETC. Paul Steinhauser (Hiroshi Tsuruda): with of certain taxes imposed by municipalities;

amendment (Rept. No. 320). Referred to to the Committee on Ways and Means Under clause 2 of rule XXIV, executive the Committee of the Whole House,

By Mr. HARRIS: communications were taken from the Mr. FEIGHAN: Committee on the Judi. H. R. 6746. A bill to amend section 303 (9) Speaker's table and referred as follows: clary. S. 127. An act for the relief of Anna of the Communications Act of 1934, with 717. A letter from the Acting Secretary of

Maria Cosentino and Francesca Maria Cosen. respect to the painting and/or Illumination the Interior, transmitting a draft of protino; without amendment (Rept. No. 321).

of radio towers; to the Committee on Intes. posed legislation entitled "A bill to facilitato

Referred to the Comunittee of the Wbolo state and Foreign Commerce.
House.

H.R. 6747. A biu to protect the publlo the adininistration of the public lands, and

Mr. FEIGHAN: Committee on the Judi. for other purposes"; to the Committee on

health by amending the Federal Food. Drug. Interior and Insular Adalrs.

clary. S. 158. An act for the relief of Hewey and Cosmetic Act to prohibit the use in food 718. A letter from the Secretary of Com

Malachi Mackey; without amendinent (Rept. of chemical additives which have not been

No. 322). Referred to the Committee of the merce, transmitting a draft of proposed legis.

ficiequately tested to establish their salety: lation entitled "A bill to authorize the payWhole House.

to the Committee on Luterstate and Foreign

Mr. FEIGHAN: Committee on the Judi. Commerce ment by the Bureau of Public Roads of transportation and subsistence costs to tem

clary. S. 268. An act for the relief of Esther II. R. 6748. A bill to amend the Communi. porary employees on direct Federal highway

Guagliardo; without amendment (Rept. No. cations Act of 1934, so as to provide for civu products"; co the Committee on Public Works.

323). Referred to the Committee of the penalties to apply in (be case of certain vioWho House.

lations by radio licensees other than those in

Mr. FETGHAN: Committee on the Judi. broadcast services, and for other purposes; REPORTS OF COMMITTEES ON PUB.

clary. S. 363. An act for the relief of Nelson to the Committee on Interstate and Foreign

Shu-Yung Chuang: without amendment Commerce. LIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS (Rept. No. 324). Referred to the Committee

By afr. HAYS of Ohio: Under clause 2 of rule XIII, reports of of the whole House.

H. R. 6749. A hill to amend the Federal committecs were delivered to the Clerk

Mr. FEIGHAN: Committee on the Juidi. Unemployment Tax Act to provide that no for printing and reference to the proper

cinry. S. 424. An act for the relief of Her. tax shall be payable thereunder with respect calendar, as follows:

bert James Bramley: without amendment to any employee unless contributions aro

(Rept. No. 325). Referred to the Coromittee required under the applicable State unem. Mr. HARRIS: Committee on Interstate and of the Whole House.

ployment corr.pensation law with respect to Foreign Commerce. Report re Petroleum Mr. FEIGHAN: Committee on the Judi. such empioyee; to the Committee on Ways Survey: 1957 Outlook, oil lift to Europe; clary. S. 649. An act for the rellet of Yeo and Means

85TH CONGRESS

1st SESSION

S. 1895

IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

APRIL 16, 1957 Mr. Hill (for himself, Mr. SMITH of New Jersey, and Mr. SPARKLAN)

introduced the following bill; which was read twice and referred to the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare

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

Drug, and Cosmetic Act to probibit the use in food of chemical additives which have not been adequately tested to

establish their safety. 1

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa2 tives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, 3 That this Act may be cired as the “Chemical Additives

4 Amendment of 1957".

5

SEC. 2. Section 201, as amended, of the Federal Food,

6 Drug, and Cosmetic Act is further amended by adding at 7 the end of such section the following new paragraph:

“(s) (1) The term 'chemical additive' menns, except 9 as otherwise provided in suliparagraph (2), any snbstanco

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5394
CONGRESSIONAL RECORD-HOUSE

April 2 for cutting expenses we must watch very price Increases: without amendment (Rept. Chung Fong Ming and Tee Chung Nom carefully to see that hardships do not No. 314); Referred to the Committee of the Ming; without amendment (Rept. No. 828).

whole House on the State of the Union. Referred to the Committee of the Wbole ensue.

Mr. KILDAY: Committee on Armed Sery. House,

ices. H. R. 4144. A bill to provide tbat tho Mr. FEIGHAN: Committee on the Judi. SPECIAL ORDER GRANTED commanding general of the militia of the clary. 8. 687. An act for the relies of

District of Columbia shall hold the rank Stylianos Lecomples; with amendment (Rept By unanimous consent, permission to

of major general; with amendment (Rept. No. 327). Referred to the Committee of the address the House, following the legis- No. 332). Referred to the Committee of the Whole House, lative program and any special orders Whole House on the State of the Union. Mr. FEIGAAN: Committee on tbe Judiheretofore entered, was granted to:

Mr. KILDAY: Committee on Armed Serve clary. 8. 696. An act for the rellet of Alecos Mrs. ROGERS of Massachusetts, for 10

ices. H. R. 5832. A bill to increase the re- Markos Karavasllls and his wife, Stellani

tired annuities of the civilian members of the minutes, on today.

Karavasliis; with amendment (Rept. No. teaching staffs of the United States Naval 328). Referred to the Committee of the

Academy and the United States Naval Post- Whole House. EXTENSION OF REMARKS

graduate School; with amendment (Rept, No. Mr. FEIGHAN: Committee on the Judi

333). Referred to the Committee of the clary. 8. 753. An act for the rellel of Gear. By unanimous consent, permission to Whole House on the State of the Union. glana Ching Hsien (Llang) New; without extend remarks in the CONGRESSIONAL Mr. DAVIS of Tennessee: Committee on amendment (Rept. No. 329). Referred to RECORD, or to revise and extend remarks,

Public Works. H. R. 6092. A bill granting the Committee of the whole House.

the consent and approval of Congress to the Mr. FEIGHAN: Committee on the Judi. was granted to:

Merrimack River dood-control compact: clary. 8. 797. An act for the reller of Joha Mr. CANNON to extend the remarks he

without amendment (Rept. No. 334). Re Leary: with amendment (Repte No. 830). made in the Committee of the 'Whole ferred to the Committee of the Whole House Referred to the Committee of the whole and include extraneous matter. on the State of the Union.

House. Mr. BROOMFIELD and to include

Ar. KILDAY: Committee on Armed Serr. speech by former Congressman Dondero.

ices. · H. R. 5186. A bil for the relief a Mr. LAIRD to extend the remarks he REPORTS OF COMMITTEES ON PRI. Dorothy L. Green and Thelma La Alley: with made in the Committee of the whole

VATE BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS out aidendment (Rept. No. 331). Referred today and include related matter. Under clause 2 of rule XIII, reports of to the Committee of the Whole Bouna

Mr. FASCELL in two separate instances, committees were delivered to the Clerk in each to include related matter.

for printing and reference to the proper PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS Mr. Coad to extend his remarks in the calendar, as follows:

Under clause 4 of rule xxa, public Committee of the Whole on the Com- M. CHELF: Committee on the Judiciary: bills and resolutions were introduced and merce Department appropriation bill and H. R. 1574. A bill for the relief of Albert to include a table.

Hyraplet; with amendment (Rept. No. 315). Severally referred as follows:
Referred to the Committee of the whole By Mr. OOAD:
House.

H. R. 6742. A bill to provide that the priceSENATE BILL REFERRED

Mr. HYDE: Committee on the Judiciary. support level and the acreage allotments in A bill of the Senate of the following Kimura: with amendment (Rept. No.

316). H. R. 2723. A bill for the relief of Shigeko efect in 1957 shall not be less than thane

in edect in 1956; to the Committee on Art title was taken from the Speaker's table Referred to the Committee of the Wholo

culture. and, under the rule, referred as follows: House.

By Mr. DIGGS: S. 1747. An act to provide for the compul.

Mr. FEIGHAN: Committee on the Judi- H. R. 6743. A bill to amend the publice sory Inspection by the United States Depart.

clary. S. 58. An act for the rellel of Duk assistance provisions of the Social Security ment of Agriculture of poultry and, poultry 317). Referred to the Committee of the

Chang Cho; without amendment (Rept. No. Act to ellminate certain inequitles and reproducts; to the Committee on Agriculture,

strictions and permit a more effective disWhole House.

tribution of Federal funds; to the Committee Mr. FEIGHAN: Committee on the Judi. on Ways and Means. ADJOURNMENT

clary. S. 87. An act for the relief of Pavel By Mr. DURHAM: Mr. MACK of Illinois. Mr. Speaker,

Blabo; without amendment (Rept. No. 318). H. R. 6744. A bul to amend Publle Las I move that the House do now adjourn.

Referred to the Committee of the whole 172, 81st Congress, as amended, relative to
House.

the attendance of professional personnel af The motion was agreed to; accordingly Mr. FETGHAN: Committee on the Judl. the National Advisory Committee for Aero(at 4 o'clock and 27 minutes p m.), clary. S. 91. An act for the relief of Vi_tor nautics in graduate schools; to the Commit the House adjourned until tomorrow, Charles Hunt; without amendment (Rept. tee on Armed Services. Wednesday, April 10, 1957, at 12 o'clock No. 319). Referred to the Committee of the By Mr. EBERHARTER: noon, Whole House.

H. R. 6745. A bill to amend Publlc LAT 587 A. FEIGHAN: Committee on the Judi. by permitting the with holding by the Fede

clary. S. 93. An ect for the relief of Dominic eral Government from wages of employees EXECUTIVE COMMUNICATIONS, ETC. Paul Steinhauser (Hiroshi Tsuruda); with of certain taxes imposed by municipalities;

amendment (Rept. No. 320). Relerred to to the Committee on Ways and Means Under clause 2 of rule XXIV, executive the Committee of the Whole House.

By Mr. HARRIS: communications were taken from the Mr. FEIGHAN: Committee on the Judi. A. R. 6746. A bill to amend section 303 (Q) Speaker's table and referred as follows: clary. S. 127. An act for the relief of Anna of the Communications Act of 1934. Pitb 717. A letter from the Acting Secretary of

Maria Cosentino and Francesca Maria Cosen. respect to the painting and/or illumination the Interior, transmitting a drait of protino; without amendment (Rept. No. 321).

of radio towers: 6 the Committee on Inuese posed legislation entitled "A bill to facilitate

Referred to the Comunittee of the whole state and Eoreign commerce.
House.

H. R. 6747. A bil to protect the pubile the adıninistration of the public lands, and for other purposes": to the Committee on

Mr. FEIGHAN: Committee on the Judi. health by amending the Federal Food. Drug Interior and Insular Adalrs.

clary. S. 158. An act for the relief of Hewey and Cusmetic Act to prohibit the use in food 718. A letter from the Secretary of Com

Malachi Mackey: without amendinent (Rept. of chemical additives which have not been merce, transmitting a draft of proposed legis

No. 322). Referred to the Committee of the c.dequately tested to establish thels wlety: lation entitled "A bill to authorize the payWhole House.

to the Committee on lüterstate and Foreiga ment by the Bureau of Public Roads of

Mr. FEIGHAN: Committee on the Judi. Commerce transportation and subsistence costs to tem.

clary. S. 268. An nct for the relief of Esther 11. R. 6748. A bill to amend the Commonsporary employees on direct Federal highway

Guagliardo; without amendment (Rept. No. cations Act of 1934. so as to provide for ciru projects"; to the Committee on Public Works.

323). Referred to the Commitee of the penalties to apply to the case of certain vio Whore House.

lations by radio licensees other than those lo

Mr. FETGHAN: Committee on the Judi. broadcast services, and for other purposes REPORTS OF COMIOITTEES ON PUB. chary. S. 363. An act for the relief of Nelson to the Committee on Interstate aná Foreiga LIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS

Shu-Yung Chuang: without amendment Cominerce.

(Rept. No. 324). Referred to the Committee By : fr. HAYS of Ohio: Under clause 2 of rule XIII, reports of of the Whole House.

H. R. 6719. A hill to amend the rederal committees were delivered to the Clerk

Mr. FEIGHAN: Committee on the Judi. Unemployment Tax Act to provide thes no for printing and reference to the proper clary. S. 424. An act for the rellel of ller- tax shall be pasable thereunder with respect calendar, as follows:

bert James Bramley: without amendment to any employee unless contributions une

(Rept. No. 325). Referred to the Coromitteo required under the appilenble Sule unenM. HARRIS: Committee on Interstate and of the whole House.

ployment curr.pensation law with respect is Foreign Commerce, Report re Petroleum Mr. FEIGHAN: Committee on the judi. such empiojee; to the Committee on Wago Survey: 1937 outlook, on lift to Europe; clasy. S. 649. An act for the rellel of Yeo and Means

85TH CONGRESS

IsT SESSION

S. 1895

IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

APRIL 16, 1957 Mr. HILL (for himself, Mr. SMITH of New Jersey, and Mr. SPAREKAN)

introduced the following bill; which was read twice and referred to the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare

A BILL

To protect the public health by amending the Federal Food,

Drug, and Cosmetic Act to probibit the use in food of chemical additives which have not been adequately tested to

establish their safety. 1 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa2 tives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, 3 That this Act may be cired as the “Chemical Additives

4 Amendment of 1957".

5

Sec. 2. Section 201, as amended, of the Federal Food,

6 Drug, and Cosmetic Act is further amended by adding at 7 the end of such sectiou the following new paragraph:

“ (8) (1) The term 'chemical additive' menns, except as otherwise provided in subsparngmph (), any snbstance

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the intended use of which results or may result, directly or

2 indirectly, in its becoming a component or otherwise 3 affecting the characteristics of any food (including any sub4 stance intended to preserve or alter food or for any other 5 purpose in producing, manufacturing, packing, processing, 6 preparing, treating, packaging, transporting, or holding 7 food; and including any radioactive material intended for 8 any such use or as a source for the irradiation of food), if 9 such substance is not generally recognized, among experts 10 qualified by scientific training and experience to evaluate 11 its toxicity or other potentiality for harm, as having been 12 adequately shown through scientific procedures or through 13 prolonged use in food to be safe for use under the conditions

14 of its intended use.

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“(2) Such term does not include (A) a pesticide 16 chemical in or on a raw agricultural commodity, or a pesti17 cide chemical when intended solely for use in the production, 18 storage, or transportation of any raw agricultural commodity; 19

or (B) any substance used in accordance with a sanction or 20 approval granted prior to the enactment of this paragraph 21

pursuant to this Act or to the Meat Inspection Act of March 22 4, 1907, 34 Stat. 1260, as amended and extended (21 23 U. S. C. 71 and the following).” 24.

Sec. 3. Section 201 (f) of such Act is amended to

25 read as follows:

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