FDA Notices of Judgment Collection, 1908-1966

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4. 4124. Misbranding of Amytal Sodium capsules, dextro-amphetamine sulfate tablets, amphetamine sulfate tablets, and methyltestosterone tablets. U. S. v. Drive-In Drug Store, a partnership, and Dale E. Dunn and Ralph C. Dunn. Pleas of guilty. Fine of $1,500 against partnership; sentence of 1 year in jail against each individual suspended.

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23. 4143. Misbranding of dextroamphetamine sulfate tablets, conjugated estrogens (equine) tablets, methyltestosterone linguets, and phenobarbital tablets. U. S. v. Black's Prescription Shop, Inc., Lorren R. Black, George E. Nicholas, and Virgil L. Haag. Pleas of nolo contendere. Corporation fined $60, plus costs, Defendant Black fined $60, and Defendants Nicholas and Haag each fined $30.

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24. 4144. Misbranding of Dexedrine Sulfate tablets and Nembutal Sodium capsules. U. S. v. Guilford Drug Co., David Stang, William S. Stang, and James P. Norman. Pleas of not guilty. Tried to the court. Verdict of guilty. Fine of $1,500, plus costs, against company; imposition of sentence against individual defendants suspended and individuals placed on pro- bation for 18 months.

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41. 4161. Misbranding of dextro-amphetamine sulfate tablets, thyroid tablets, and pentobarbital sodium capsules. U. S. v. Myron B. Deepe (Gillmer Park Cut Rate Store). Plea of nolo contendere. Sentence of 1 year in jail on count 1 suspended and fine of $200, plus costs, on count 2; imposition of sentence on remaining 4 counts of information suspended and individual placed on probation for 2 years.

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43. 4163. Misbranding of Seconal Sodium capsules. U. S. v. J. George Moore (Moore's Pharmacy), and Edgar H. Holiman. Plea of nolo contendere by Defendant Holiman and plea of not guilty by Defendant Moore. Defendant Holiman fined $400 and placed on probation for 4 years. Case against Defendant Moore tried to a jury; verdict of guilty. Defendant Moore fined $1,000 and placed on probation for 4 years.

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