The Food and Medicines Act 1907 is an Council Law passed by the Royal Council on 9 November 1907. The Act was vetoed and objected by Prime Minister Sergei Witte and returned to the Royal Secetaries, where it orginated, on grounds that existing food and medicine standards guidelined protections from posioning. The Council overode the veto and transfered it directly to King Nicholas II of Youngia, who reviewed, revised and signed the Bill on 16 November. It became part of the Reforms of 1905-1907.

The Food and Medicines Act established a series of guidelines and standards which ordered examinations of foods and medicines, guidelined the process of offical government registrations and examinations, and laid out rules for licenses of medicine and food products. The Act prohibited the posioning of food and provided proper examination and revision of medicines.

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