FDA Notices of Judgment Collection, 1908-1966

3367. Misbranding of sulfadiazine tablets, Benzedrine Sulfate tablets, diethylstilbestrol tablets, sulfadiazine and soda tablets, thyroid tablets, Dexedrine Sulfate tablets, and phenobarbital tablets. U. S. v. James Roy Ivey (Ivey's Drug Store), and Joe G. Bell. Pleas of nolo contendere. Imposition of sentence suspended and each defendant placed on probation for 1 year.

Case Number:
3367
Collection:
Drugs and Devices, 1940-1963
Evidence Numbers:
F. D. C. No. 30015. Sample Nos. 46385-K, 46386-K, 61888-K, 61889-K, 77705-K, 77706-K, 77708-K, 77720-K.
Date Issued:
July 1951
Seizure Dates:
March 6, 10, and 14, 1950
Product Keywords:
sulfadiazine tablets, Benzedrine Sulfate tablets, diethylstilbestrol tablets, sulfadiazine and soda tablets, thyroid tablets, Dexedrine Sulfate tablets, and phenobarbital tablets
Defendant Names:
James Roy Ivey, trading as Ivey's Drug Store, Mena, Ark., and Joe G. Bell, an employee of the drug store.
Court Jurisdiction:
Western District of Arkansas
Seizure Location:
Arkansas
Shipped From:
Missouri, Pennsylvania, and Indiana
Shipped To:
Arkansas
Copyright:
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