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1 or packages for pay or otherwise, or offer to deliver to any 2 other person any such articles without such label affixed, or

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any person who shall sell or offer for sale in the District

4 of Columbia or the Territories or possessions of the United 5 States any such drugs without such label affixed, or export 6 or offer to export the same to any foreign country shall be 7 guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall 8 be subject to a fine of not less than $50 nor more than 9 $200 for the first offense, and for each subsequent violation 10

of this Act shall be subject to a fine of not less than $100 11

nor more than $300, or by imprisonment of not less than

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one year nor more than three years, or both such fine and

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13 imprisonment. 14 Sec. 3. Application for registration of trade mark for

15 the goods specified in section 1 shall be open to public 16 inspection during such hours and under such reasonable 17 regulations as the Commissioner of Patents may establish

18 from time to time.

19 SEO. 4. Trade marks used on the goods set out in 20 section 1 which have been in bona fide use by the pro

21 prietor thereof for not less than one month in interstate

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or foreign commerce or commerce with the Indian tribes

23 by the proprietor thereof may be registered under the Act 24 of March 19, 1920, notwithstanding the requirement for

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use not less than one year in section 1 (b) of said Act,

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1 provided said trade marks in all other respects are registrable

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3 SEC. 5. Every application for registration of a trade 4 mark for any of the goods in section 1 of this Act shall be 4

5 accompanied by a statement from the Food and Drug Ad

6 ministration that the statement of ingredients, properties,

7 proportions, and composition on the label affixed to the

8 individual container or package complies with the Pure

9 Food and Drug Act of June 30, 1906, as amended. 10 Sec. 6. The term “ drug” as used in this Act shall 11 include all medicines and preparations recognized in the 12 United States Pharınacopoeia or National Formulary for 13 internal or external use and any substance or mixture of 14 substances intended to be used for the cure or mitigation 15 or prevention of disease of every man or other animals, and 16

all cosmetics, beverages, antiseptics, and teeth-cleansing 17 preparations.

TOP GONOREO} H. R.

6111

A BILL To provide for the truthful labeling and the

attachment of trade marks to the containers and packages of drugs.

By Mr. SIROVICH

JURE 13, 1933 Referred to the Committee on Patents and ordered

to be printed

5964
CONGRESSIONAL RECORD-HOUSE

JUNE 13
it, amounting, with costs, to $255.38; to the Committee on (U.S.C., title 31, sec. 215), and which require appropriations
Appropriations.

for their payments; to the Committee on Appropriations.
98. A communication from the President of the United
States, transmitting & supplemental estimate of appropria- REPORTS OF COMMITTEES ON PUBLIC PILLS AND
tion pertaining to the legislative establishment, Architect of

RESOLUTIONS
the Capitol, for the fiscal year 1934, in the sum of $28,606.50;

Under clause 2 of rule ,
to the Committee on Appropriations.

Mr. WARREN: Committee on Accounts. House Resolu-
99. A communication from the President of the United Han 189.
States, transmitting a supplemental estimate of appropria- ducting the investigation authorized by House Resolution 145

Resolution providing for the expenses of con-
Hon for the fiscal year 1934 to be immediately available and (Rept. No. 260). Ordered to be printed.
to remain available until June 30, 1935, in the sum of

Mr. LAMBETH: Committee on Printing. Senate Concur-
$3,300,000,000 to be expended in the discretion and under rent Resolution 2. Concurrent resolution providing for the
the direction of the President for carrying into effect the printing, with an index, of the Constitution of the United
provisions of the National Ladustrial Recovery Act; to the states, as amended to April 1, 1933, together with the Decla-
Committee on Appropriations.

ration of Independence (Rept. No. 261). Ordered to be
100. A communication from the President of the United printed.
States, transmitting supplemental estimates of appropria-

Mr. LOMER: Committee on Election of President, Vice
tions for the Farm Credit. Administration for the fiscal year President and Representatives in Congress. House Joint
1934, to be immediately available and to remain avallable Resolution 136. Joint resolution proposing an amendment
until expended, amounting to $42,000,000 for carrying into to the Constitution of the United States providing for the
eflect the provisions of the Farm Credit Act of 1933; to election of President and Vice President; with amendment
the Committee on Appropriations.

(Rept. No. 262). Referred to the House Calendar.
101. A communication from the President of the United
states, transmitting a list of judgments rendered by the REPORTS OF .COMMITTEES ON PRIVATE BILLS AND
Court of Claims, which have been submitted by the Attorney

RESOLUTIONS
General, through the Secretary of the Treasury, and require
an appropriation for their payment as follows: Under the

Under clause 2 of rule X:
Department of the Interior, $583; under the Navy Departo

Mr. DUNCAN: Committee on Military Adalrs. HR. 305.
ment, $21,704.78; under the War Department, $114,818.97; A bill for the relief of Ernest B. Butte; without amendment
total, $137,106.97; to the Committee on Appropriations.

(Rept. No. 255). Referred to the Committee of the whole
102. A communication from the President of the United House.
States, transmitting an estimate of appropriation for the Mr. DUNCAN: Committee on Military Acatrs. BR. 320.
Treasury Department for $50,000,000 for the fiscal year 1933, A bill for the reliet of Hugh Callahan; without amendment
and to remain available until expended, for subscriptions to (Rept. No. 258). Referred to the Committee of the whole
-preferred shares in Federal savings-and-loan associations in House.
accordance with provisions of section 5 (8) of an act entitled M. DUNCAN: Committee on Military Afairs. BR. 883.
" Home Owners Loan Act of 1933"; to the Committee on A bill for the relief of Roy Beck; with amendment (Rept.
Appropriations.

No. 257). Referred to the Committee of the Whole House.
103. A communication from the President of the United Mr. DUNCAN: Committee on Miutary Affairs. HR. 889.
States, transmitting an estimate of appropriation for the A bin for the relief of Frank Ferst; without amendment
Federal Home Loan Bank Board for $150,000 for the Ascal (Rept. No. 258). Referred to the Committee of the whole
year 1933, and to remain available until expended, to enable House.
the Board to encourage local thrift and local home Adancing · Mr. ROGERS of New Hampshire; Committee on Miutary
in accordance with the provisions of section 6 of the Home Affairs, S. 860. An act for the relief of George W. Edgerly;
Owners Loan Act of 1933; to the Committee on Appro- without amendment (Rept. No. 259). Referred to the Com-
priations.

mittee of the Whole House.
104. A communication from the President of the United
States, transmitting a supplemental estimate of appropria-

PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS
ton pertaining to the legislative establishment, United
States Senate, for the Escal year 1934, in the sum of

Under clause 3 of rule , public bills and resolutions
$100,000; to the Committee on Appropriations.

were introduced and severally referred as follows:
105. A communication from the President of the United By Mr. SIROVICH: A bill (HR. 6110) to prevent the
States, transmitting schedules of claims amounting to $184,- manufacture, shipment, and sale of adulterated or mis-
419.09, allowed by the General Accounting Omce, as covered branded food, drugs, and cosmetics, and to regulate tranc
by certifcates of settlement; to the Committee on Appro- therein; to prevent the false labeling and the false adver-
priations.

tisement of food, drugs, and cosmetics, and for other pur-
106. A communication from the President of the United poses; to the Committee on Interstate and Foreign com-
States, transmitting a supplemental estimate of appropria-
tion for the Department of State for the fiscal year 1934,

Also, a bill (HR. 6111) to provide for the truthful label.
amounting to $10,000, for the expenses of the American ing and the attachment of trade marks to the containers
group of the Interparlamentary Union while attending its and packages of drugs; to the Committee on Patents.
convention, to be held in Madrid, Spain, during the coming By Mr. McSWAIN: Joint resolution (HJ.Res. 206) to
autumn; to the Committee on Appropriations.

reinter the bodies of Mary McDonough Jobason Dougherty
107. A communication from the President of the United and Sarah Philips McCardle Whitesides near the body of
States, transmitting an estimate of appropriations for the former President Andrew Johnson; to the Committee on
District of Columbia for payment of final judgments, includ- Military Affairs.
tng costs, rendered against the District of Columbia in the By Mr. MONTET: Joint resolution (H.JRes. 207) requir-
courts of the District of Columbia, amounting to $11,023.33; ing agricultural products to be shipped in vessels of the
to the Committee on Appropriations.

United States where the Reconstruction Finance Corpora-
108. A communication from the President of the United tion finances the exporting of such products; to the Com-
States, transmitting estimates of appropriations submitted mittee on Merchant Marine, Radio, and Fisheries.
by the several executive departments and independent ofices By Mr. EDMONDS: Resolution (E.Res. 193) requesting
to pay claims for damages to privately owned property in the suspension of section 12 of the Executive order of the
the sum of $5,125.28, which have been considered and ad- President of reorganizing Executive agencies; to the Com-
justed under the provisions of the act of December 28, 1922 mittee on Merchant Marine, Radio, and Fisheries.

merce.

73D CONGRESS

18T SEBBION

H. R. 6118

IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

JUNE 14, 1933

Mr. SIROVICH introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Com

mittee on Patents and ordered to be printed

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A BILL To provide for the truthful labeling of drugs and the attachinent of trade marks to the containers and packages of drugs.

Be it enacted by the Senate and Tlouse of Representa2 tives of the Uniled States of America in Congress assembled, 8 That after the passage of this Act every individual con4 tainer or package of all drugs transported, shipped, or sold 5 in interstate commerce shall have atlixed thercon a label,

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which label shall state the names and composition of the í drugs contained therein, including the ingredients, the prop8 erties, and proportions of each drug in the composition or

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compound or combination, which label shall also bear

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a trade mark registered in the United States Patent Office

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