FDA Notices of Judgment Collection, 1908-1966

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186. 2932. Misbranding of Male Hormone tablets, Menformon Dosules, Female tablets, and Metandren Linguets. U. S. v. El-O-Pathic Pharmacy, Inc and Martin A. Clemens (as manager and director of the corporation and as an individual trading as M. A. Clemens Pharmacy). Pleas of not guilty. Tried to the court; verdict of guilty. Fine of $700 against corporation and $700 against Martin A. Clemens.

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188. 2939. Adulteration and misbranding of Indoform and Pluri-B, and alleged adulteration and misbranding of vitamin D. U. S. v. Pasadena Research Laboratories, Inc., and Russell R. Bavouset. Pleas of not guilty. Tried to the court.Defendants found guilty on five counts and not guilty on two counts.Corporation fined $3,000; individual defendant placed on probation for five years. Judgment of district court affirmed on appeal to circuit court of appeals.

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189. 3061. Action to enjoin and restrain the interstate shipment of Colusa Natural Oil and Colusa Natural Oil Capsules. U. S. v. Chester Walker Colgrove (Colusa Remedy Co.), and Colusa Remedy Co., a corporation. Tried to the court; injunction granted. Action for violation of injunction tried to the court; verdict of guilty. Corporation fined $5,000; individual fined $4,000 and placed on probation for 5 years. Judgment affirmed on appeal Petition for certiorari denied by United States Supreme Court.

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197. 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.

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199. 3652. Adulteration and alleged misbranding of Estrocrine tablets. U. S. v. Woodard Laboratories, Inc., and Dean D. Murphy and John L. Sullivan. Pleas of not guilty. Tried to the court. Verdict of guilty on counts charging adulteration and not guilty on counts charging misbranding . Corporation fined $2,500; each individual defendant fined $250.

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