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THE FEDERAL FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. 623
Mr. ClifTe, seconded by Mr. Remington moved to receive and refer to
the Publication Committee.
Mr. Asher asked Mr. Kebler whether the Federal law or rule required
a poison labd on substances containing poison, and Mr. Kebler replied in
the negative. Thereupon Mr. Asher suggested it would be wise for the
Association to go on Motrin 800 record as requesting a change of the law, so that a
poison label would be required.
The Chair responding to this, said he thought it would be a wise action
for the Section to take, and suggested that Mr. Asher draw up such a reso-
lution and present it at the afternoon session.
Thereupon the motion to receive and refer the paper for publication
vas carried.
The Chair called for a paper by Mr. Hallberg, on the Federal Food
and Drugs Act, and Mr. Hallberg presented his subject in extended ver-
bal extract, the full text of his paper being as follows :
THE FEDERAL FOOD AND DRUGS ACT.
The Principle Involved and the Relation Thereto of State Legislation.
BY C. S. N. hallberg.
The Federal Food and Drugs Act has now been in force nearly four
years.
Despite the fact that it is purely an interstate measure it has done much
good and could have been of much greater benefit but for the unfamil-
arity on the part of both legislators and laymen as to the distinction
between limitations and functions of. Acts by the Congress and legislation
by the States.
Here it is possible that the exemption provision as to drug standards
in the Federal Act may be unobjectionable and that it was necessary in
order to avoid any serious restriction on trade and industry. On the
other hand it was exceedingly unfortunate that so many States should copy
this exemption provision in the State Acts. The exemption was evidently
the result of a compromise with the interests who insisted on being pro
tccted or they would defeat the passage of the Act. Others again are
certain that the law is unconstitutional and that it will Motrin 800 be so declared by
the U. S. Supreme Court. In this connection Motrin 800 it may be interesting to .
examine into how such a law comes within the scope of the Constitution
of the U. S., so srs to be subject to Act by the Congress.
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for the people of the United States but only Motrin 800 a part and that only the
smaller part of such a scheme. To fill out the outline the constitutions
and the laws of the several states must be taken into account. These
provide by far the greater part of the machinery of government, the
security of life, liberty and property and the political rights of the citizens.
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