2. 752. Introduction and delivery for introduction in interstate commerce of quantities of Dependon Products Paste in violation of preliminary injunction. U. S. v. Anne M. Jenks, W. S. Jenks, and C. H. Jenks. Plea of guilty by W. S. Jenks; fine $500. Plea of not guilty by Anne M. Jenks. Tried to the court. Judgment of guilty; fine $250. Action against C. H. Jenks dismissed.
3. 788. Misbranding of wheat embryo. U. S. v. 34 Cans of Wheat Embryo. Default decree of condemnation and destruction.
4. 790. Misbranding of Security Roup and Cold Remedy for Poultry, Security Worm Powder, and Security Gas Colic Remedy. U. S. v. The Jersee Co., Inc. (Security Food Co.) and Fred J. McCann. Pleas of guilty. Fine, $250.
5. 841. Misbranding of Beebe V-V Vim and Vigor. U. S. v. Beebe Laboratories, Inc. Plea of guilty. Fine, $100.
6. 894. Misbranding of Coxy Check. U. S. v. Clarence A. Near (Near Chemical Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $25.
7. 937. Misbranding of Betene. U. S. v. 79 Packages of Betene. Default decree of condemnation and destruction.
8. 1006. Action to enjoin and restrain interstate shipments of Mrs. Price's Specially Prepared Package of Boric Acid. U. S. v. Metta T. Price (Price Compound Co.) Permanent injunction granted.
9. 1014. Adulteration and misbranding of Analgesic Tablets, boric acid compound ointment, Boro-Oxyquinoline Compound Vaginal Suppositories, aspirin tablets, and Eye Unguent, and misbranding of Hexamide Compound No. 1. U. S. v. McDonald Pharmacal Co., Inc., and Edmund L. McDonald. Pleas of guilty. Fines, $50.
10. 1050. Misbranding of Mutual Compound. U. S. v. Joseph C. Winslow and Stephen R. Winslow (Mutual Products Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $100.
11. 1077. Misbranding of wheat germ. U. S. v. Commander Larrabee Milling; Co. Minneapolis Milling Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $100.
12. 1092. Misbranding of Dr. Salsbury's Rakos, Can-Pho-Sal, and Phen-O-Sal Tablets. U. S. v. 2 Jugs, 1 Bottle, and 6 Bottles of Rakos (and 2 other seizure actions against the other above-named products). Motion to dismiss filed by the claimant, denied by the court. Tried to a jury; verdict for the Government. Decrees of condemnation and destruction entered. Execution of judgment stayed and motion for new trial filed; motion denied and products ordered destroyed.
13. 1101. Misbranding of intrauterine paste. U. S. v. Anne M. Jenks (Dependon Products and Jenks Physicians Supplies). Plea of guilty. Fine, $200 and imprisonment for 9 months.
14. 1144. Misbranding of calf meal. U. S. v. Frank E. Moore and L. Virginia Moore (Hilltop Farm Feed Co.). Pleas of guilty. Fine of $20, which included both defendants.
15. 1145. Misbranding of Gold Bond Chexit and Gold Bond Wurmo. U. S. v. 1,986 Cartons, 1,293 Cartons, and 31 Cans of Gold Bond Chexit, and 498 Cartons and 395 Cartons of Gold Bond Wurmo, Decree of condemnation. Products ordered released under bond.
16. 1150. Misbranding of Dr. MacDonald's Vitamized Egg Mash Maker and Chick & Growing Mash Maker, and Dr. MacDonald's Vitamized Metabolators for Swine, Calves, Beef Cattle, and Sheep. U. S. v. 9 Bags of the Egg Mash Maker, 8 Bags of the Chick & Growing Mash Maker, and the following quantities of the Vitamized Metabolators For Swine, 101 Bags; for Calves, 1 Bag; for Beef Cattle, 27 Bags; for Sheep, 10 Bags. Decrees of condemnation. Product ordered released under bond for relabeling.
17. 1236. Misbranding of Fairyfoot for Bunions. U. S. v. 25 Packages and 16 Packages of Fairyfoot for Bunions. Default decree of destruction.
18. 1260. Adulteration and misbranding of Pep-O-Sol Tablets, and misbranding of Vital-X Spray. U. S. v. Clarence A. Near (Near Chemical Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $100.
19. 1299. Misbranding of Magic Fire Liniment. U. S. v. George Foster, Inc., and George Foster. Pleas of guilty. Fines: $100 against corporate defendant, $500 against individual defendant.
20. 1303. Adulteration and misbranding of Rx 56 Special Prescription Compound for Alcoholism. U. S. v. Mrs. Ethel G. Jeffery (Mar-Dor Laboratories). Plea of guilty. Imposition of sentence suspended, and defendant placed on probation for 2 years, conditioned upon the discontinuance of the sale of medical articles.
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