The Code of Federal Regulations of the United States of America

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1970
The Code of Federal Regulations is the codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the executive departments and agencies of the Federal Government.

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Page 423 - Administration 3 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare 4 Department of Agriculture 5 General Services Administration 5A Federal Supply Service, General Services Administration 5B Public Buildings Service, General Services Administration 5C Defense Materials Service, General Services Administration 5D Transportation and Communications Service, General Services Administration 6 Department of State 7 Agency for International Development, Department of State 8 Veterans Administration 9 Atomic...
Page 58 - Offer of proof. An offer of proof made in connection with an objection taken to any ruling of the presiding officer rejecting or excluding proffered oral testimony shall consist of a statement of the substance of the evidence which counsel contends would be adduced by such testimony; and, if the excluded evidence consists of evidence in documentary or written form or of reference to documents or records, a copy of such evidence shall be marked for identification and shall accompany the record as...
Page 428 - Bureau of Committee on Purchases of Blind-Made Products Commodity Credit Corporation Commodity Exchange Authority Commodity Exchange Commission Community Facilities...
Page 107 - For the temporary relief of minor aches and pains of arthritis and rheumatism." The qualifying phrase "for the temporary relief of minor aches and pains" should appear with the same degree of prominence and conspicuousness as the phrase "arthritis and rheumatism". The label and labeling should bear in juxtaposition with such directions for use conspicuous warning statements to the effect: "Caution: If pain persists for more than 10 days, or redness is present, or in conditions affecting children...
Page 44 - The declaration shall be expressed both In ounces, with Identification by weight or by liquid measure and. If applicable (1 pound or 1 pint or more) followed In parentheses by a declaration In pounds for weight units, with any remainder In terms of ounces or common or decimal fractions of the pound (see examples set forth In paragraph (m) (1) and (2) of this section), or In the case of liquid measure.
Page 23 - ... (3) The failure of the label to extend over the area of the container or package available for such extension, so as to provide sufficient label space for the prominent placing of such word, statement, or information ; (4) Insufficiency of label space (for the prominent placing of such word, statement, or information) resulting from the use of label space for any word, statement, design, or device which is not required by or under authority of the Act to appear on the label ; (5) Insufficiency...
Page 16 - Uses for supplying particular dietary needs which exist by reason of age, including but not limited to the ages of infancy and childhood; (3) Uses for supplementing or fortifying the ordinary or usual diet with any vitamin, mineral, or other dietary property. Any such particular use of a food is a special dietary use, regardless of whether such food also purports to be or is represented for general use.
Page 13 - ... (1) and (2) of this section), or in the case of liquid measure, in the largest whole units (quarts, quarts and pints, or pints, as appropriate) with any remainder in terms of fluid ounces or common or decimal fractions of the pint or quart (see examples in paragraph (m) (3) and (4) of this section).
Page 114 - An exemption of a shipment or other delivery of a drug or device under paragraph (a) (2) of this section shall become void ab initio with respect to the person who introduced such shipment or delivery into interstate commerce upon refusal by such person to make available for inspection a copy of the agreement, as required by such subparagraph.
Page 10 - The application of a guaranty or undertaking referred to in section 303 (c) (2) of the act to any shipment or other delivery of an article shall expire when such article, after shipment or delivery by the person who gave such guaranty or undertaking, becomes adulterated or misbranded within the meaning of the act, or becomes an article which may not, under the provisions of section 404 or 505 of the act, be introduced into interstate commerce.

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