To prevent the adulteration,
misbranding, and false advertising of
food, drugs, devices, and cosmetics in
interstate, foreign, and other commerce
subject to the jurisdiction of the
United States, for the purposes of
safeguarding the public health, pre-
venting deceit upon the purchasing public,
and for other purposes.
Reported with amendment (H. Rept. 2755),
and passed House (under suspension of the
rules), 10244.--Sena te disagrees to House
amendment and asks conference, 10108.--
Conferees appointed, 10108, 10272.--House
insists upon its amendments and agrees to
conference, 10272.--Conference report submitted
in Senate, 10514.--Agreed to, 10520.--Sena te
recedes from its disagreement to the
amendment of the House and agrees to the same
with an amendment, 10514-10520.--The amend-
ment as amended was agreed to, 10520.--House
rejects the amendment of the Senate to the
amendment of the House, 10674-10680.
Requesting the Department of Agriculture
to transmit a full report concerning the
deaths ascribed to the drug known as
Elixir of Sulfanilamide and recommendations
for any needed legislation on the subject.
Mr. Copeland; considered and agreed to, 25.