Statement of purpose.
"Federal act" defined.
"Misleading labeling or advertisement," how determined.
"Antiseptic" as germicide.
"New drug" defined.
"Contaminated with filth."
"Raw agricultural commodity."
"Food additive," "safe."
"Color additive," "color."
Remedy by injunction.
Criminal penalty for violations.
Avoidance of penalty.
Liability of disseminator of advertisement.
Condemnation of adulterated or misbranded article.
Embargo of articles.
Procedure on embargo.
Exception to petition requirement under RCW 69.04.120
Petitions may be consolidated.
Claimant entitled to sample.
Damages not recoverable if probable cause existed.
Proceedings to be in name of state.
Standards may be prescribed by regulations.
Conformance with federal standards.
Bacon—Packaging at retail to reveal quality and leanness.
Bacon—Rules, regulations, and standards—Withholding packaging use—Hearing—Final determination—Appeal.
Food—Adulteration by poisonous or deleterious substance.
Food—Adulteration by abstraction, addition, substitution, etc.
Food—Adulteration by color additive.
Poultry—Improper use of state's geographic outline.
Food—Misbranding by false label, etc.
Food—Misbranding by lack of prominent label.
Food—Misbranding for nonconformity with standard of identity.
Food—Misbranding for nonconformity with standard of quality.
Food—Misbranding for nonconformity with standard of fill.
Food—Misbranding by failure to show usual name and ingredients.
Food—Misbranding by failure to show dietary properties.
Food—Misbranding by failure to show artificial flavoring, coloring, etc.
Popcorn sold by theaters or commercial food service establishments—Misbranded if the use of butter or ingredients of butter-like flavoring not disclosed.
Poultry and poultry products—Label to indicate if product frozen.
Turkeys—Label requirement as to grading.
Natural vitamin, mineral, or dietary properties need not be shown.
Direct seller license.
Permits to manufacture or process certain foods.
Suspension of permit.
Right of access for inspection.
Food exempt if in transit for completion purposes.
Regulations permitting tolerance of harmful matter.
Regulations permitting tolerance of harmful matter—Pesticide chemicals in or on raw agricultural commodities.
Regulations permitting tolerance of harmful matter—Food additives.
Regulations permitting tolerance of harmful matter—Color additives.
Conformance with federal regulations.
Drugs—Adulteration by harmful substances.
Drugs—Adulteration for failure to comply with compendium standard.
Drugs—Adulteration for lack of represented purity or quality.
Drugs—Adulteration by admixture or substitution of ingredients.
Drugs—Misbranding by false labeling.
Drugs—Misbranding by lack of prominent label.
Drugs—Misbranding for failure to state content of habit forming drug.
Drugs—Misbranding by failure to show usual name and ingredients.
Drugs—Misbranding by failure to give directions for use and warnings.
Drugs—Misbranding for improper packaging and labeling.
Drugs—Misbranding for failure to show possibility of deterioration.
Drugs—Misbranding by misleading representation.
Drugs—Misbranding by sale without prescription of drug requiring it.
Drugs exempt if in transit for completion purposes.
Dispensing of certain drugs exempt.
DMSO (dimethyl sulfoxide) authorized.
Introduction of new drug.
Application for introduction.
Effective date of application.
Denial of application.
Revocation of denial.
Service of order of denial.
Drug for investigational use exempt.
Court review of denial.
Dispensing of certain drugs exempt.
Federally licensed drugs exempt.
Cosmetics—Adulteration by injurious substances.
Cosmetics—Misbranding by false label, etc.
Cosmetics—Misbranding by lack of prominent label.
Cosmetics exempt if in transit for completion purposes.
Advertisement, when deemed false.
Advertising of cure of certain diseases deemed false.
Enforcement, where vested—Regulations.
Regulations to conform with federal regulations.
Hearing on proposed regulation—Procedure.
Review on petition prior to effective date.
Investigations—Samples—Right of entry—Verified statements.
Owner may obtain part of sample.
Access to records of other agencies.
Access to records of intrastate carriers.
Right of entry to factories, warehouses, vehicles, etc.
Publication of reports of judgments, orders and decrees.
Dissemination of information.
Severability—1945 c 257.
Construction—1945 c 257.
Effective date of chapter—1945 c 257.
Perishable packaged food—Pull date labeling—Definitions.
Perishable packaged food—Pull date labeling—Required.
Perishable packaged food—Pull date labeling—Selling or trading goods beyond pull date—Repackaging to substitute for original date—Exception.
Perishable packaged food—Pull date labeling—Storage—Rules and regulations.
Perishable packaged food—Pull date labeling—Penalties.
Seafood labeling requirements—Pamphlet.
Frozen fish and meat—Labeling requirements—Exceptions.
Food fish and shellfish labeling—Identification of species—Exceptions—Penalty.
Salmon labeling—Identification as farm-raised or commercially caught—Exceptions—Penalty.
Salmon labeling—Rules for identification and enforcement.
Misbranding of food fish or shellfish—Penalties.
Imported lamb products—Labeling requirements.
Transport of bulk foods—Definitions.
Transport of bulk foods—Prohibitions—Exemption.
Transport of bulk foods—Compatible substances—Cleaning vehicle or vessel—Vehicle or vessel marking.
Transport of bulk foods—Transports not constituting violations.
Transport of bulk foods—Substances rendering vehicle or vessel permanently unsuitable for bulk food transport—Procedures to rehabilitate vehicles and vessels.
Transport of bulk foods—Rehabilitation of vehicles and vessels—Inspection—Certification—Marking—Costs.
Transport of bulk foods—Penalties.