Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 37 Part 1.djvu/440

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SIXTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ons. 352, 355. 1912. 417 or any of the ingredients or substances contained therein, which k false and fraudulent? So that the said part of said section eight shall read as follows: "Sec. 8. That the term ‘misbrauded,’ as used herein, shall apply ¤,$_°"“‘”"‘ °°` toalldrugsorarticlesof foodor articleswhich enter into the composition o food, the package or label of which shall bear any statement, design, or_dev1ce such article, or the ingredients or substances contamed therein which shall be false or misleading in any particular and to any food or drug productwhich is falsely randed asmtg tcl; State, Territory, or country in which it is manufactured dr u . P ‘;£hat {or tltigpurgses of Act an article shall also be deemed °'°"‘ to mis ran . case o drug: f"Firslfér If itcbe an imitation of or oiiered for sale under the name "“°"""°“ o anot arti e. "Second, If the cont nts of asoriglallyput up shall N'°°°"°°°°'“ have been removed, lf whole or m part, and o contents shall mlmwmmw have been placed m such package, or if the paclgage fail to bear a ecm»,¤¤.,¤••u. statement on the label_ of the quantigynor proportion of any alcohol, morphine, opium, cocaine, heroin, al or beta eucaine, chloroform, cannabis m 'ca, chloral hydrate, or acetanilide or·any derivative or pre eration of any such substances contained therein. hh , 0, ‘ Bfhird. If its package or label shall bear or contain any statement, ¤¤¤uvsm.,eee¤m design, or device regarding the curative or theraupetic eifect of such artic e or any of e ingredients or substances contained therein, which is false and fraud ent." Approved, August 23, 1912. f c¤a1=.e¤¤.-Au Act ink1¤§¤ m seam scr mm cava expenses or the "§Y‘»‘£¤’¤‘a}»l" Government for the fiscal year en glluxile thirtieth, ninetlecllyn hundred and thirteen, · and for other purposes. Be it enadcd by the Senate and Hcusl;dof Representativea of the United Sundry dyn tr. States of America in Congress aasemb That the following sums be, mg" '*’l"°’“" and the same are hereby, appropriated, for the obj_ects hereinafter expressed, for the Bscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and thirteen, namely: Exscurnm. ""°““" dent. To enable the President to continue, by the employment of ac- gwlygg cvuntants and experts from official and rivate life, such officials to Qmsoq. g¤ly`ln ex. receive no compensation beyond their officisd salaries to more effec- §§_“'° "°""“‘°""· tivel inquire into the methods of transacting the public business of the government only in the several executive departments and other executive Government establishments, with the view of inauguratmg new or changing old methods of trausacting such public busmess so as to attain greater efficiency and economy therein, and to ascertain and recommend to Congress what changes m law may be necessag to ca into effect such results of his inquiry as can not be com into crtllgct by Executive action alone, and for each and eveg purpose necessary hereunder, including the em loyment of person services ,,,,,,,,,_ tallggashington or eblzewheiie, $51,1000; not exceeding ¤¤¤¢¤¤v•v· rsons ma em o ereun er a ra es o compensa ion exceeegii $4,000y1p·<;r anim;. And a report hereunder shall be ,,§‘i{’{'.,,§’ °°°“'°’ submittcg at the t regular session of the Sixty-second Congress `andl not later than December thirty-first, nineteen hundred and twe ve.