FDA Notices of Judgment Collection, 1908-1966


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1. 4341. Misbranding of methantheline bromide tablets, penicillin G potassium tablets, thyroid tablets, and tablets containing a mixture of phenobarbital, hyoscyamine sulfate, atropine sulfate, and hyoscine hydrobromide. U. S. v. John W. Adams, Thomas C. Watson, and Cecil F. Elkin. Pleas of guilty. Fine of $100 against Defendant Adams, $300 against Defendant Elkin, and $100 against Defendant Watson, plus costs.

3. 4343. Misbranding of dextroamphetamine sulfate tablets and pentobarbital sodium capsules. U. S. v. Travis E. Shankle (Lyons Drug Co.), Herbert C. Rehnberg, and Henry Rozeboom. Plea of nolo contendere by Defend ant Shankle and pleas of guilty by Defendants Rehnberg and Rozeboom. Fine of $200 against Defendant Shankle, $150 against Defendant Rozeboom, and $100 against Defendant Rehnberg, plus costs.

11. 4351. Adulteration of oxygen. U. S. v. John Suydam (Newburgh Oxygen Co.), and George H. Gordon. Pleas of guilty. Fine of $750 against Defendant Suydam and $150 against Defendant Gordon. Jail sentence of 6 months against Defendant Suydam suspended and defendant placed on probation for 6 months; jail sentence of 3 months against Defendant Gordon also suspended and this defendant placed on probation for 3 months.

26. 21306. Adulteration and misbranding of sorghum sirup. U. S. v. Hobson Norris, George M. Dawson, and Glenn Dawson. Pleas of not guilty. Tried to the jury. Verdicts of guilty. Hobson Norris fined $1,000 and placed on probation for 5 years; George M. Dawson and Glenn Dawson each fined $250, given a sentence of 90 days in jail to be served and a sentence of 90 days in jail which was suspended, and placed on probation for 5 years.