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[84 STAT. 1633]
[84 STAT. 1633]
PUBLIC LAW 91-000—MMMM. DD, 1970

84

STAT.]

PUBLIC LAW 91-597-DEC. 29, 1970

1633

are in addition to or different from the official Federal standards, and (2) no State or local jurisdiction other than those in noncontiguous areas of the United States may require labeling to show the State or other geographical area of production or origin: Provided, however, That this shall not preclude a State from requiring that the name, address, and license number of the person processing or packaging eggs, be shown on each container. Labeling, packaging, or ingredient requirements, in addition to or different than those made under this Act, the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act and the Fair PackH use 3o°u°' aging and Labeling Act, may not be imposed by any State or local so Stat. 1296. jurisdiction, with respect to egg products processed at any official ^J^ "^^ ^"^^^ plant in accordance with the requirements under such Acts. However, any State or local jurisdiction may exercise jurisdiction with respect to eggs and egg products for the purpose of preventing the distribution for human food purposes of any such articles which are outside of such a plant and are in violation of any of said Federal Acts or any State or local law consistent therewith. Otherwise the provisions of this Act shall not invalidate any law or other provisions of any State or other jurisdiction in the absence of a conflict with this Act. (c) The provisions of this Act shall not affect the applicability of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act or the Fair Packaging and Labeling Act or other Federal laws to eggs, egg products, or other food products or diminish any authority conferred on the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare or other Federal officials by such other laws, except that the Secretary of Agriculture shall have exclusive jurisdiction to regulate official plants processing egg products and operations thereof as to all matters within the scope of this Act. (d) The detainer authority conferred on representatives of the Secretary of Agriculture by section 19 of this Act shall also apply to any authorized representative of the Secretary of Health, Education, and "Welfare for the purposes of paragraph (d) of section 5 of this Act, with respect to any eggs or egg products that are outside any plant processing egg products. COST OF INSPECTION

SEC. 24. (a) The cost of inspection rendered under the requirements of this Act, and other costs of administration of this Act, shall be borne by the United States, except that the cost of overtime and holiday work performed in official plants subject to the provisions of this Act at such rates as the Secretary may determine shall be borne by such official plants. Sums received by the Secretary from official plants under this section shall be available without fiscal year limitation to carry out the purposes of this Act. (b) The term "holiday" for the purposes of assessment or reim"Holiday." bursement of the cost of inspection performed under this Act, the Wholesome Poultry Products Act, and the Wholesome Meat Act shall H use Isi' mean the legal public holidays specified by the Congress in paragraph note. (a) of section 6103, title 5 of the United States Code. l\ 5|J,-g^o^JSMALL B U S I N E S S ASSISTANCE

note. 82 Stat. 250.

SEC. 25. (a) Section 7(b) of the Small Business Act is amended— 78^stat!*7;^^' (1) by striking out the period at the end of paragraph (4) 83 Stat. 802. and inserting in lieu thereof "; and"; and ^^ ^^^ ^^^' (2) by adding after paragraph (4) a new paragraph as follows: