STATE FOOD COMMISSIONER, DUTIES ENLARGED
                  Act of Jul. 5, 1895, P.L. 605, No. 457              Cl. 03
                                  AN ACT

     To enlarge the duties of the State Food Commissioner,
        authorizing him to enforce all laws against the adulterations
        or impurities in vinegar, jellies, cider, evaporated apples
        and all apple products, and the unlawful labeling in the
        State of Pennsylvania.

        Section 1.  Enforcement of laws against adulteration of
     vinegar, etc.
        The state dairy and food commissioner shall be charged with
     the enforcement of all laws against fraud and adulteration or
     impurities in vinegar, jellies, cider, evaporated apples and all
     apple products, and the unlawful labeling of the same, in the
     State of Pennsylvania.  1895, July 5, P.L. 605, Sec. 1.
        Section 2.  Inspection of vinegar, jellies, etc; prosecution
     of violations of act
        It shall be the duty of said dairy and food commissioner to
     inspect any articles of vinegar, jellies, cider, evaporated
     apples or other apple products made or offered for sale in the
     State of Pennsylvania as an article of food or drink, and to
     prosecute or cause to be prosecuted any person or persons, firm
     or firms, corporation or corporations engaged in the manufacture
     or sale of any adulterated article of food or drink, or
     adulterated in violation of or contrary to any laws of the State
     of Pennsylvania now in force or hereafter to be passed.  1895,
     July 5, P.L. 605, Sec. 2.
        Section 3.  Powers
        That the said food commissioner and such assistants, agents,
     experts, chemists, detectives and counsel as he shall duly
     authorize for the purpose shall have full access, egress,
     ingress, to all places of business, factories, mills, buildings,
     carriages, cars, vessels and barrels, tanks and packages of
     whatever kind used in the manufacture and transportation and
     sale of any apple products, or of any adulteration or imitation
     thereof.  They shall also have power and authority to open any
     package, barrel or vessel containing apple products, or any
     adulteration or imitation thereof, which may be manufactured,
     sold or exposed for sale in violation of any of the provisions
     of any act now enacted or which may be hereafter enacted in
     relation to apple products, or the adulteration or imitation or
     unlawful labeling thereof, and they shall also have power to
     take from such packages, barrel or vessel samples for an
     analysis, after tendering compensation for said samples thus
     taken.  1895, July 5, P.L. 605, Sec. 3.
        Section 4.  Disposition of penalties
        That all penalties and costs shall be received by the State
     Board of Agriculture for the violation of this act and of other
     acts now enacted or hereafter to be enacted prohibiting or
     regulating the adulteration or imitation of any apple product,
     and shall be appropriated by the said board to the payment only
     of the necessary expenses incurred by the said Dairy and Food
     Commissioner and his assistants and agents in the investigation,
     discovery and prosecution of violation of this act.  1895, July
     5, P.L. 605, Sec. 4.
        Section 5.  Payment of expenses
        That all charges, accounts and expenses of the said
     Commissioner, and all of the assistants, agents, experts,
     chemists, detectives and counsel employed by him in carrying out
     the provisions of this act, shall be paid by the Treasurer of
     the State in the same manner as other accounts and expenses of
     the said Board of Agriculture are now paid, as provided by law.
     1895, July 5, P.L. 605, Sec. 5.
        Section 6.  Annual report
        That the said commissioner shall make an annual report of his
     work and proceedings, and shall report in detail the number and
     names of his assistants, agents, experts, chemists, detectives
     and counsel employed by him in carrying out the provisions of
     this act, together with their expenses and disbursements, and be
     a part of his general report, not a separate one, to the said
     State Board of Agriculture at its annual meeting. 1895, July 5,
     P.L. 605, Sec. 6.