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1 Sciences: Provided, That in the event of disability or refusal 2 of the National Academy of Sciences to act, the Secretary
3 shall select such a committee. The size of the committee
4 shall be determined by the Secretary Members of an 5 advisory committee shall receive as compensation for their 6 services a reasonable per diem, which the Secretary shall 7 by rules and regulations prescribe, for time actually spent
8 in the work of the committee, and shall in addition be
9 reimbursed for their necessary traveling and subsistence ex10 penses while so serving away from their places of residence. 11 The members shall not be subject to any other provisions 12 of law regarding the appointment and compensation of em13 ployees of the United States. The Secretary shall furnish 14 the committee with adequate clerical and other assistance.
“ (g) Any person adversely affected, and representa16 tives of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 17 shall have the right to consult with any advisory commit18 tee provided for in subsection (f) in connection with the 19 application
“(h) Orders issued under this section, and orders 21 amending or repealing such orders, may be appealed by
any person adversely affected in accordance with the pro23 visions of section 505 (b): Provided, That the findings of 24 the Secretary shall be sustained if supported by substantial
25 evidence when considered on the record as a whole.
1 "(i) The Secretary sball promulgate regulations es2 tablishing the procedure by which orders issued under this 3 section may be amended or repealed, and such procedure 4 sball conform to the procedure provided in this section for 5 the promulgation of regulations, including the appointment 6 of advisory coinmittees and the procedure for referring 7 applications to such committees. 8 “(j) The Secretary shall promulgate regulations ex9 empting from the operation of this section chemical additives 10 intended solely for investigational use by experts qualified 11 by scientific training and experience to investigate the safety
12 of such chemical additives."
SEC. 6. The Secretary of Health, Education, and Wel14 fare, by regulation, shall require the payment of such fees 15 for the performance of the Secretary's functions under this 16 statute as will in the aggregate, in the judgment of the 17 Secretary, be sufficient over a reasonable term to provide, 18 equip, and maintain an adequate service for such function.
SEC. 7. This statute shall take effect six months after
20 the date of its enactment.
H. R. 4432
Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act so
By Mrs. SULLIVAN
FEBRUARY 6, 1967 Referred to the Committee on Interstate and Foredga
CONGRESSIONAL RECORD - HOUSE
House adjourned until tomorrow,
establish a deferred grezing prorran and a By Mr. BROYHILL: Werinesday, February 6, 1957, at 12 protein feed program as parts of the jellet 1. R. 4366. A hill to amend the act of Au
available to drought-stricken areas under o'clock noon.
gust 30. 1954, entitled "An act to authorize Public Law 875, 81st Congress, and for other and direct the construction of bridges over purposes; without amendment (Rept. No. the Potomac River, and for other purposes": 28). Referred to the House Calendar.
to the Comunittee ou the District of CoEXECUTIVE COMMUNICATIONS, ETC.
lumbia. Under clause 2 of rule XXIV, executive
H. R. 4367. A bill to amend title I of the conmunications were taken from the
PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS Act entiiled "An act to authorize and direct
the construction of bridges over the Potomac Speaker's table and referred as follows: Under clause 4 of rule XXI, public River, and for other purposes"; to the com430. A letter from the Assistant Secretary bills and resolutions were introduced and
uniltce on the District of Columbia. of Labor, transmitting a draft of proposed severally referred as follows:
By Mr. CELLER: lcgislation entitled "A bill to amend the
H. R. 4363. A bill
to amend the Career District of Columbia Unemployment Com
H. R. 4353. A bill to amend the Railroad Compensation Act of 1949 to provide travel pensation Act, as amended; to the Commit
Retirement Act of 1937, the Railroad Retire- and transportation allowances to enlisted tee on the District of Columbia.
members of the uniformed services for their ment Tax Act, and the Railroad Unemploy431. A letter from the Assistant Secretary ment Insurance Act, so as to provide in.
first leave; to the Committee on Armed of Labor, transmitting a draft of proposed creases in benefits, and for other purposes;
Services. legislation entitled "A bill to transfer to the to the Committee on Interstate and Foreign
H. R. 4369. A bill to amend the act of May Government of the District of Columbia the Commerce.
17, 1910, with respect to the composition and Public Einployment Service for the District
activities of the Commission of Fine Arts; to
By Mr. WOLVERTON: of Columbia, and for other purposes"; to the
H.R. 4354. A bill to amend the Railroad
the Committce on House Administration. Committee on the District of Columbia. Retirement Act of 1937, the Rallioad Retire
HR. 4370. A bill to amend section 645 of 432. A letter from the Attorney General, ment Tax Act, and the Raiload Unemploy
title 14, United States Code, relative to the transmitting the report (pt. I) of the Inment Insurance Act. so as to provide in
settlement of claims incident to activities of terdepartmental Committee for the Study of creases in benefits, and for other purposes: to
the Coast Guard, and for other purposes; Jurisdiction over Federal Areas within the the Committee on Interstate and Foreign
to the Committee on the Judiciary. States; to the Committee on Government Commerce.
By Mr. CHELF: Operations.
H. R. 4371. A bill to create the office of
By Mr. ABBITT: 433. A letter froin the Assistant Secretary
Guest Member in the Senate and in the of Labor, transmitting a draft of proposed
H. R. 4355. A bill to provide that the Seco
House of Representatives of the United retary of the Army shall make certain paylegislation entitled "A bill to Include certain
States for former Presidents of the United ments to the counties of Mecklenburg, Hallofficers and employees of the Department of
States of America, and for other purposes; to fax, and Charlotte, State of Virginia, from Labor, the Department of Commerce, the De
the Committee on the Judiciary. the proceeds of sales of timber located on partment of Health, Education, and Welfare,
By Mr. CHUDOFF: that portion of the land within the John H. the General Services Administration, and Kerr Reservoir, Va., and N. C.. situated in
H. R. 4372. A bill to establish the Federal Federal probation officers within the pro
Agency for Handicapped; to define its duties, the State of Virginia; to the Committee on visions of sections 111 and 1114 of title 18 Public Works.
and for other purposes; to the Committee on of the United States Code relating to as
HR. 4356. A bill to amend section 621 of
Education and Labor. saults and homicides"; to the Committee
H. R. 4373. A bill to authorize the preservathe National Service Life Insurance Act of on the Judiciary.
tion of the United States ship Olympia and 1940 to provide that policies of insurance is434. A letter from the Secretary, Federal
for other purposes; to the Committee on sued under that section on the 5-year level Prison Industries, Inc., Department of Jus
Armed Services. premiuin term plan may be exchanged for tice, transmitting the annual report for the
H. R. 4374. A bill to repeal the Taft-Hartley or converted to insurance on any other plan; fiscal year 1956, pursuant to the act approved
Act and reenact the Wagner Act; to the Comto the Committee on Veterans Affairs. June 23, 1934, (18 U. 8. C. 4127); to the
mittee on Education and Labor. Committee on the Judiciary.
By Mr. ANFUSO:
H. R. 4375. A bill to amend and revise the H. R. 4357. A bill to provide for the com435. A letter from the Commissioner, Im
laws relating to immigration, naturalization, migration and Naturalization Service, De- pulsory Inspection of poultry and poultry
nationality, and citizenship, and for other products so as to prohibit the movement in partment of Justice, transmitting copies of
purposes; to the Committee on the Judiciary. orders granting the applications for perma- Interstate or foreign commerce of unsound,
By Mr. CLARK: nent residence filed by the subjects, pur• unhealthful, diseased, unwholesome, or adul
H. R. 4376. A bill to establish the United suant to section 4 of the Displaced Persons terated poultry or poultry products; to the
States Domestic Public Works Bank, which Committee on Agriculture. Act of 1948, as amended; to the Committee on the Judiciary.
H. R. 4353. A bill to amend the Agricul.
shall purchase obligations of certain local 436. A letter from the Commissioner, lin- tural Trace Development and Assistance Act
governinontal bodies where such obligations
cannot be sold on the open market except at migration and Naturalization Service, De- of 1954 so as to authorize sales on credit; to
an interest rate in excess of 3 percent per the Committee on Agriculture. partment of Justice, transmitting copies of orciers granting the applications for perma
By Mr. BARING:
annum, and for other purposes; to the Comnent residence filed by the subjects, pursuant H. R. 4359. A bill to make permanent cer.
mittee on Banking and Currency. to section 6 of the Refugee Rellef Act of tain temporary judgeships; to the Coinmit.
By Mr. COAD:
H.R. 4377. A bill to amend the Internal 1953; to the Committee o'i the Judiciary. tee on the Judiciary. 437. A letter from the Secretary of the
By Mr. BARTLETT:
Revenue Code of 1954 to provide that pay.
ments received by an individual in any taxArmy, transmitting a letter from the Chief of H.R. 4360. A bill to amend section 1 of the Engineers, Departnient of the Army, dated act of March 12, 1914, as amended; to the
able year under the Soil Bank Act may, at
the election of such inalvidual, be included January 3, 1957, submitting a report, together Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. with accompanying papers and illustrations,
in his gross Income for the following taxable
H. R. 4361. A bill to amend the Agriculo year; to the Committee on Ways and Means. and channels, Maryland, requested by reso
By Wr. BENTLEY: on a review of reports on Baltimore Harbor
By Mr. COLE: tural Adjustment Act of 1938 to excinpt cer
A. R. 4378. A bill to amend title 10, United lution of the Committee on Publlc Works, tain wheat producers froin liability under House of Representatives, adopted August the act where all the wheat crop is sed or
States Code, to provide for the active duty 17, 1949 (H. Duc. No. 86): to the Committee used for seed on the farin, and for other
obligation of certain officers of the Arnied on Public Works ard ordered to be printed purposes; to the Committee on Agriculture.
Forces; to the Coinmiltec on Armed Services. with three illustrations.
By Mr. CUNNINGHAM of Iowa: By Mr. BERRY:
H.R. 4379. A bill to authorize construction H. R. 4362. A bill to amend section 334 (e)
of Saylorville Reservoir on the Des Moines of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938. REPORTS OF COMMITTEES ON PUB
River, Iowa, for food control and other puras anenced, relating to increased ailutments
poses; to the Committce on Public Works. LIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS for durum wheat; to the Committee on As
By Mr. CURTIS of Missouri: Under clause 2 of rule XIII, reports of riculture.
H.R. 4380. A bill to amend the Internal comunittees were delivered to the Clerk
By Mr. POGGS:
Revenue Code of 1954 with respect to the in
H. P. 4363. A bill to provide for earryhack for printing and refererce to the proper
coine-tax treatinent of dividends paid by and carryover of foreign lax credit; to the calendar, as follows:
regulated investment companies which hold Committee on Ways and Means.
the bulk of their assets in State and local Mrs. GREEN of Oregon: Joint Committee
By Mr. BOSCH:
securities; to the Committee on Ways and on the Disposition of Executive Papers. H.R. 4364. A bill to create a United States
Means. House Report No. 27. Report on the dispost. Foreign Service Acadeiny: to the Committee
By Mr. DAVIS of Georgia: tion of certain papers of sundry executive on Foreign Affairs.
H. R. 4381. A bill to authorize the Secretary departments. Ordered to be printed.
By Mr. BRAY:
of the Army to furnish ineinorial markers Mr. SMITH of Virginla: Committee on H. R. 4365. A bill to provide free barber conmemorating certain deceased members of Rules. House Resolution 147. Resolution services to all Armed Forces personnel; to the the Armed Forces, and for other purposes; to for consideration of H. R. 2367, & bill to Committee on Armed Services,
ti:e Comnultce ou Armed Services,
CONGRESSIONAL RECORD - HOUSE performances; to the Committee on Ways Federal offices; to the Committee on Ways By Mr. KING: and Means. and Means.
H. Ros. 164. Resolution authorizing the H. R. 4425. A bill to amend the Tradi:ig
By Mr. WEAVER:
crcation of a Select Coinmittee on Problems With the Enemy Act; to the Committee on H. R. 4441. A bill to glue the Sınall Business of the aging: to the Committee on Rules. Intorstate and Foreign Commerce. Adminlstration permanent status; to the
By Mr. SANTANGELO: HR. 4426. A bill to amend the Federal Committee on Banking and Currency.
H. Res. 155. Resolution to proride for the Flord Insurance Act of 1956 to provide in.
By Mr. WRIGHT:
unity of Ireland; to the Committee on Por. surance against earthquake damage; to the 11. R. 4442. A bill to facilitate the transfer eign Affair Comanittee on Banking and Currency.
of storage facilities between the milltary de. By Mr. SHUFORD:
partments; to the Committee on Armed H.R. 4427. A bill to increase annuities pas- Services,
MEMORIALS able to certain annuitants from the civil H. R. 4443. A bill to provide for improved
Under clause 4 of rule XXII, memoservice retirement and disability fund, and methods of stating budget estimates and estifor other purposes; to the Coinmittee on mates for deficiency and supplemental ap
rials were presented and referred as folPost Omice and Civil Service.
propriations; to the Committee on Govern. lows: By Mr. SILER: ment Operations.
By the SPEAKER: Memorial of the LegisH. R. 4428. A bill to provide increases in H.R. 4444. A bill to amend section 602 of lature of the State of Idaho, memorializing monthly rates of compensation for service. the Federal Property and Administrative the President and the Congress of the United corinected disability payable under laws ad- Services Act of 1949 with respect to the util- States relative to urging the Congress of the ministered by the Veterans Administration ization and disposal of excess and surplus United States to repeal and abolish the tax and to llberalize the requirements !or award. property under the control of executive agen- on Interstate transportation; to the comIng additional disability compensation to cies; to the Committee on Government Oper mittee on Ways and Means. veterans who have dependents, and for ations.
Also, memorial of the Legislature of the other pu es; to the Committee on Vet.
By Mr. BEAMER:
State of Massachusetts, memorializing the erans Affairs.
H. J. Res. 221. Joint resolution granting President and the Congress of the United H. R. 4429. A bill to amend part III of Vet- the consent of Congress to the several States States relative to urging the Congress to use erans Regulation No. 1 (a) to liberalize the to negotiate and enter into compacts for the Its Influence to abrogate the present politibasis for, and increase the monthly rates of, purpose of promoting highway traffic safety; cal division of Ireland, and to protest tho disability pension awards; to the Committee to the Committee on Interstate and Foreign presence of British troops in Ireland; to the on Veterans Affairs. Commerce.
Coinmittee on Foreign Afalrs. By Mr. SMITH of Virginia:
By Mr. BERRY:
Also, memorlal of the Legislature of the H. R. 4430. A bill to authorize the Improre. H. J. Res. 222. Joint resolution to provide State of Oregon, memorializing the President ment of Hull Creek, Va.; to the Committee that members of the National Guard shall and the Congress of the United States relaon Public Works.
not be called or ordered to perform active tlve to urging the Congress to provide legis. By Mrs. SULLIVAN: •
duty for training without their consent for lation giving grants-in-ald for school build. A. R. 4431. A bill to protect the public periods in excess of 15 days, except for an ing purposes to school districts in the vashealth by amending the Federal Food. Drug. initial period of active duty for training oi lous States; to the Committee on Education and Cosmetic Act so as to provide for the not more than 8 weeks; to the Committee on and Labor. safety of chemicals In cosmetics; to the Com- Armed Services.
Also, memorial by the Legislature of the mittee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce.
By Mr. DEROUNIAN:
State of Oregon, memorlalizing the Presi. HR. 4432. A bill to protect the public 11. J. Res. 223. Joint resolution to provide dent and the Congress of the United States health by amending the Federal Food, Drug. for the establishment of an annual Onltcd relative to offering congratulations to the and Cosmetic Act so as to provide for the States Week; to the Committee on tbe Ju. Honorable Dwight David Elsenhower and the Eafety of chemical additives in food; to the diciary.
Honorabie RICHARD M. Nixon as they embark Committee on Interstate and Foreign Com. By Mr. CHUDOFF:
on their second terms and continue to esmerce
H. J. Res. 224. Joint resolution to provide sume their positions of responsibility and By Mr. TEAGUE of Texas:
for the observance and commemoration of leadership and praying that this adminisH. R. 4433. A bill to provide benefits estab. the 50th anniversary of the official founding tration may be characterized by world peace lished by the Veterans' Readjustment Assist- and launching of the conservation morenent and security: to the Committee on House ance Act of 1952 to persons who graduated for the protection, in the public intereft, of Administration. Irom Air Force ROTC training in 1954 and the natural resources of the United States; Also, memorial of the Legislature of the served on active duty for training in the Air to the Committee on the Judiciary.
State of Oregon, memorializing the Presi. National Guard before February 1, 1955; to
By Mr. MACK of ninots:
dent and the Congress of the United States the Committee on Veterans Affairs.
H. Con. Res. 110. Concurrent resolution ex. relative to urging the Congress to provide By Mr. TEAGUE of Texas (by request): tending the best wishes of the Government a stopgap legislation extending the period K. R. 4434. A bill to provide a 1 year pericd and people of the United States to Blackburn of time in which Public Law 587, 83d Con. during which certain veterans may be
College, in Carlinville, Ill.; to the Committee gress is to become effective, relative to the granted national service le insurance; to on the Judiciary.
termination of the Klamath Indian Reser. the Committee on Veterans Affairs.
By Mr. BENNETT of Plorida:
vation; to the Committee on Interior and H.R. 4435. A bill to increase the rate of
H. Res. 148. Resolution creating a select Insular Alain. pension of certain widows of World War I
committee to conduct a study of existing and veterans and the annual income limitations
potential defense coordination of the Inland governing the paynient of pension to widows water transport facilities and resources of PRIVATE BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS and children of such veterans; to the Com.
the United States; to the Committee on mittee on Veterans Affairs. Rules.
Under clause 1 of rule XXI, private HR. 4436. A bill to amend title II of the
By Mr. BONNER:
bills and resolutions were introduced and Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944, as H. Res. 149. Resolution authorizing the severally referred as follows: amended, to provide that certain additional Committee on Vierchant Marine and Fisheries
By Mr. ABBITT: categories of loans to veterans ray be auto- to conduct studies and Investigations relat. H. R. 4445. A bill for the rellel of the estate matically guaranteed; to the Committee on ing to certain matters within its Jurisdiction; of Mr. Shirley B. Stebbins; to the Committee Veterans' Affairs. to the Committce on Rules.
on the Judiciary. By Mr. TELLER: By Mr. BURLESON:
By Mr. BARING: H. R. 4437. A bill to amend and revise the H. Res. 150. Resolution to proride funds for H. R. 4446. A bill for the rellel of Curtis laws relating to immigration, naturalization, necessary expenses of the Cornmittee on W. Strong; to the Committee on the Judi. nationality, and cltizenship, and for other Ilouse Adinluistration; to the Committee on clary. purposes; to the Committee on the Judiciary. House Admir:istration.
By Mr. BOGOS: By Mr. THOMPSON of Louisiana:
11. Res. 151. Resolution granting 1 year's 1. R. 4117. A bill for the rellel of W. R. H. R. 4438. A bill to increase annuities pas. salary to the esente of Edward Joseph Mar. Zaues & Co. of Lr., Inc.; to the Committee able to certain annuitants from the clvil shall, late an employce of the House of Rep. on the Judiciary. service retirement and disability fund, and resentatives; to the Committee on House
By Mr. BOYLE: for other purposes; to the Committee on Post Administration.
H. R. 4448. A bil
to renew and extend the Orice and Civil Service.
By Mr. HARRIS:
term of patent No. 600.890 for an additional By Mr. T7!OMPSON of New Jersey: H. Res. 152. Resolution proriding for ex. term of 17 years; to the Committee on the HR. 4439. A bill to establish a program of penses of Investigations authorized pursuant Judiciary. financial aid to students in higher educi. to House Resolution y3; to the Connittee on H. R. 4449. A bill to renew and extend the rion, and for other purposes; to the Commit. House Administration.
term of patent No. 887.848 for an additional tee on Education and Labor.
By Mr. HILLINGS:
term of 17 years; to the Commi: ce on the By Mr. UDALL:
H. Res. 133. Resolution concerning pay. Judiciary. H. R. 4440. A pul to allow Individuals to ment of claims by the Unite States for
By Mr. BURNS of Hawall: deduct for Federal income tax purposes not damage resulting from sonic blasts and air. R. R. 4450. A bill for the seller of Dr. Hans to exceed $100 each year of political con- croit accidents; to the Committee on the Zimnerman; to the Committee on the Ju. uibutions made to candidates for elective Judiciary.