Action Against Hazardous Motion Picture Film

Action Against Hazardous Motion Picture Film

The Society of Motion Picture Engineers, at its recent meeting in Philadelphia, passed, without a dissenting vote, the following resolution: “To the United States Government Departments and Bureaus, State Departments and Municipal Governments: It is the opinion of the Society of Motion Picture Engineers that in the interest of public safety all motion picture films issued in future by the Federal Government, State or Municipal Departments and Bureaus, shall be printed on slowburning stock, and that all film so printed shall be so labeled, first for the purpose of securing safe conditions in the use of these films, and secondly, to give by this means an example which should be followed as far as is practicable by all manufacturers and distributors of motion picture film.”

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