FDA Notices of Judgment Collection, 1908-1966

2422. Misbranding of Estrusol tablets and Estrusol In oil. U. S. v. Carroll Dunham Smith Pharmacal Co., Carroll Dunham Smith, Sr., Carroll Dunham Smith, Jr., and Joseph W. Kouten. Pleas of guilty. Company fined $500; fine suspended and company placed on probation for 1 year. Imposition of sentence against individuals suspended and they were placed on probation for 1 day.

Case Number:
2422
Collection:
Drugs and Devices, 1940-1963
Evidence Numbers:
F. D. C. No. 17878. Sample Nos. 1038-H, 3121-H, 3122-H, 31426-H, 31444-H.
Date Issued:
May 1949
Seizure Dates:
May 2, 1944, and June 22, 1945
Product Keywords:
Estrusol tablets and Estrusol In oil
Defendant Names:
Carroll Dunham Smith Pharmacal Co., a corporation, Orange, N. J.; Carroll Dunham Smith, Sr., president and treasurer; Carroll Dunham Smith, Jr., secretary; and Joseph W. Kouten, director of laboratories.
Court Jurisdiction:
District of New Jersey
Seizure Location:
New Jersey
Shipped From:
New Jersey
Shipped To:
North Carolina and California and the District of Columbia.
Copyright:
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