FDA Notices of Judgment Collection, 1908-1966

3166. Misbranding of. pentobarbital sodium capsules, Dexedrine Sulfate tablets and sulfonamides triplex tablets. U. S. v. Harry W. Schaum Drug. Co, Harry W. Schaum, and Howard H. W. Schulze. Plea of guilty for company and pleas of nolo contendere for individual defendants. Fine of $1,000 against company; sentences against individual defendants suspended and these defendants placed on probation for 1 year.

Case Number:
3166
Collection:
Drugs and Devices, 1940-1963
Evidence Numbers:
F. D. C. No. 29121. Sample Nos. 60922-K, 60924-K, 60926-K, 60930-K to 60932-K, incl., 60959-K, 60975-K.
Date Issued:
November 1950
Seizure Dates:
July 7, 21, and 25; August 21 and 24, 1949
Product Keywords:
Misbranding
Defendant Names:
Harry W. Schaum Drug Co., a partnership, St. Louis, Mo., and Harry W. Schaum and Howard H. W. Schulze, partners and pharmacists.
Court Jurisdiction:
Eastern District of Missouri
Seizure Location:
Missouri
Shipped From:
Illinois, Pennsylvania, and Indiana
Shipped To:
Missouri
Copyright:
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