FDA Notices of Judgment Collection, 1908-1966


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19. 3562. Misbranding of dextro-amphetamine sulfate tablets, methyltestosterone tablets, and d-desoxyephedrine hydrochloride tablets. U. S. v. Houston's Drug Store, Inc., and Glenn Jackson. Plea of nolo contendere for corporation and plea of guilty for individual. Fine of $250 against corporation; sentence of 1 year's imprisonment against individual. Individual's sentence suspended and this defendant placed on probation for 5 years.

20. 3561. Misbranding of dextro-amphetamine sulfate tablets and phenobarbital tablets. U. S. v. Alexander Canales, Sr., (West Dallas Drug Store), and Edmund L. Hall. Pleas of guilty. Fine of $1,000 against Defendant Canales and fine of $500 against Defendant Hall. Jail sentence of 6 months against each defendant suspended; each defendant placed on probation.

28. 3553. Action to enjoin and restrain violations of Section 301 (a) with respect to male and female hormones. U. S. v. Hudson Products Co. (Maywood Pharmacal Co.), and Allen H. Parkinson. Tried to the court. Judgment denying application for permanent injunction reversed upon appeal.

98. 17543. Alleged adulteration of frozen strawberries, raspberries, loganberries, and boysenberries, and misbranding of frozen rhubarb. U. S. v. Midfield Packers and Herbert H. Huber. Pleas of not guilty; motion to dismiss. Counts dismissed charging partnership and Herbert H. Huber with shipping adulterated frozen berries. Count charging partnership with shipping misbranded frozen rhubarb tried on plea of not guilty; judgment of guilty; fine, $250.