FDA Notices of Judgment Collection, 1908-1966

2331. Misbranding of Fernel Intestinal Normalizer, Vitalgen, Fernel Slenda Creme, Fernel Obesine No. 1, Endogene, Slimming T-Ade, Climacteric No. 149, Roxor, Goat's Milk Capsules, Calcium Carduus Compound, Nedra, Linol, Neo-Senun Solution of Organic Marine Substances, Prostate Suppository, and Saw Palmetto & Silica Co. U. S. v. Dr. Jean Paul Fernel. Plea of not guilty. Tried to the jury. Verdict of guilty. Defendant sentenced to 1 year's imprisonment on each of 21 counts, with the sentence on counts 1, 2, and 3 running consecutively, the sentence on the remainder of the counts running concurrently with count 3, and the sentence on count 1 running concurrently with the sentence in a previous case.

Case Number:
2331
Collection:
Drugs and Devices, 1940-1963
Evidence Numbers:
F. D. C. No. 12547. Sample Nos. 15028-F to 15034-F, incl., 15037-F to 15039-F, incl., 49061-F, 49062-F, 49068-F, 52045-F, 54825-F, 57840-F, 59563-F, 59571-F, 60323-F, 67410-F, 72020-F.
Date Issued:
February 1949
Seizure Dates:
December 31, 1943, and February 23, 1944
Product Keywords:
Fernel Intestinal Normalizer, Vitalgen, Fernel Slenda Creme, Fernel Obesine No. 1, Endogene, Slimming T-Ade, Climacteric No. 149, Roxor, Goat's Milk Capsules, Calcium Carduus Compound, Nedra, Linol, Neo-Senun Solution of Organic Marine Substances, Prostate Suppository, and Saw Palmetto & Silica Co.
Defendant Names:
Dr. Jean Paul Fernel, Chicago, Ill.
Court Jurisdiction:
Northern District of Illinois
Seizure Location:
Illinois
Shipped From:
Illinois
Shipped To:
California, Indiana, Massachusetts, Wisconsin, Colorado, Maryland, Michigan, Ohio, and Missouri.
Copyright:
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