FDA Notices of Judgment Collection, 1908-1966


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9. 2092. Misbranding of Dietary Supplements. U. S. v. 72 Bottles of Wheat Germ Oil Capsules, 31 Bottles of Pure Soy Bean Lecithin Capsules, 12 Bottles of High Potency Vitamin C Tablets, 111 Bottles of Vitamin C Tablets, 10 Bottles of Mineral Capsules, 63 Bottles of Garlic Parsley Capsules, 17 Bottles of Dicalcium Phosphate and Vitamin D Tablets, 133 Bottles of Improved 'B' Complex Tablets, and 36 Jars of Malt-O-Soy, and a quantity of printed matter. Default decree of condemnation and destruction.

44. 2057. Misbranding of Alberty Vitamin-Mineral Capsules, Instant Alberty Food, Oxorin Tablets, Alberty's Regular Food, Alberty's Vegetable Compound Capsules, Alberty Vitaniin B Complex Tablets, Alberty's Vitamin B12, Alberty's Vitamin A Shark Liver Oil, Ri-Co Tablets. Alberty's Phosphate Pellets, Recal Calcium Tablets, Alberty's Lebara Pellets, Alberty's Sabinol, Alberty's Vi-C, Cbeno Combination Tablets, Cheno Herb Tea Laxative, Cheno Preparation of Phytolacca Berry Juice, Alberty's Lebara No. 2 Pellets, Alberty Phospho B Tablets, and Alberty Calcium Pantothenate. U. S. v. 6 Cartons of Alberty Vitamin-Mineral Capsules (and various quantities of similar products). Default decree of destruction.

47. 2054. Misbranding of diethylstilbestrol tablets, elixir alurate, and ephedrine and amytal pulvules. U. S. v. Louis L. Patt (Courtesy Drug Store) and Al Defnet. Pleas of nolo contendere. Fine of $200 against Louis L. Patt on eount 1. Imposition of sentence against Louis L. Patt suspended on counts 2 and 3; sentence against Al Defnet suspended on all counts. Both defendants plaeed on probation for 1 year.

50. 2051. Misbrandingof combination packages of gauze bandage and crystalline sulfanilamide. U. S. v. 800 Combination Packages of Gauze Bandage and Crystalline Sulfanilamide (and 1 other seizure action against gauze bandage and crystalline sulfanilamide). Default decrees of condemnation. Portion of product ordered delivered to a public institution; remainder ordered destroyed.