15 U.S. Code § 401 to 411 - Repealed.
Effective Date of Repeal; Savings Provision
Pub. L. 86–613, § 19, formerly § 18,July 12, 1960, 74 Stat. 381, renumbered and amended by Pub. L. 91–113, § 4(a), (b)(2),Nov. 6, 1969, 83 Stat. 189, 190; Pub. L. 110–314, title II, § 204(b)(4)(B),Aug. 14, 2008, 122 Stat. 3041, provided that: “The Federal Caustic Poison Act [sections 401 to 411 of this title] (44 Stat. 1406) is repealed effective at the close of the sixth calendar month after the month of enactment of this Act [July 12, 1960], except that the Federal Caustic Poison Act shall remain in full force and effect with respect to any ‘dangerous caustic or corrosive substance’ (as defined by that Act) which is an article subject to the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act [chapter 9 of title 21] and which is, by virtue of paragraph 2 of section 2(f) of this Act [section 1261 (f)(2) of this title] excluded from the term ‘hazardous substance’ as defined in this Act [chapter 30 of this title]: Provided, That, if the Commission, pursuant to section 17(b) of this Act [set out as a note under section 1261 of this title], prescribes an additional period or periods during which violations of this Act [chapter 30 of this title] shall not be enforceable and if such additional period or periods are applicable to violations of this Act [chapter 30 of this title] involving one or more substances defined as ‘dangerous caustic or corrosive substances’ by the Federal Caustic Poison Act, that Act shall, with respect to such substance or substances, remain in full force and effect during such additional period or periods; Provided further, That, with respect to violations, liabilities incurred or appeals taken prior to the close of said sixth month or, if applicable, prior to the expiration of the additional period or periods referred to in the preceding proviso, all provisions of the Federal Caustic Poison Act shall be deemed to remain in full force for the purpose of sustaining any proper suit, action, or other proceeding with respect to any such violations, liabilities, and appeals.”