FDA Notices of Judgment Collection, 1908-1966

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15. 2756. Adulteration of Meth-O-Sol and alleged misbranding of Benz-Cal-Cin. U. S. v. Crescent-Kelvan Co., Jeremiah T. Roach, and George Duke Lambert. Pleas of not guilty. Tried to the jury. Verdict of guilty. Fine of $1.00 against company; each individual fined $500 and placed on probation for 2 years. Judgment of conviction reversed upon appeal and case retried upon pleas of not guilty. Count 2 dismissed and verdict of guilty returned on count 1. Fine of $1 against company, $100 against defendant Roach, and $150 against defendant Lambert. Imposition of prison sentence suspended and each individual placed on probation for 1 year.

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75. 2696. Misbranding of Dr. Miller's Nosoil, Dr. Miller's Laxative Herbs, Dr. Miller's Deterg-All, Dr. Miller's Aspirin, Dr. Miller's Cascara Compound, and Dr. Miller's Laxative Pills. U. S. v. National Chemical Co. and William H. Dalton and Orland M. Dalton. Pleas of guilty. Fines of $40 against company and $17.50 against each individual, together with costs.

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78. 2693. Misbranding of Seconal sodium pulvules. U. S. v. Keene Pharmacal Co. Harold Lloyd's Prescriptions), and Harold A. Lloyd, John M. Hilsher, and Percy L. Stogsdill. Pleas of nolo contendere. Corporation fined 200 on count 1 and total of $500 on counts 2 to 6; payment of $500 suspended and corporation placed on probation for 1 year. Each individual defendant fined $100.

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