FDA Notices of Judgment Collection, 1908-1966

3703. Misbranding of amphetamine sulfate tablets and dextro-amphetamine sulfate tablets. U. S. v. Fred G. Hansard (H & Y Drug), and Arvil Cravens. Fred G. Hansard pleaded nolo contendere and fined $100 on count 1, $500 on count 2, and placed on probation for 2 years on remaining 3 counts. Arvil Cravens pleaded guilty and sentenced to 5 days in jail and $100 fine on-count 2 and placed on probation for 2 years.

Case Number:
3703
Collection:
Drugs and Devices, 1940-1963
Evidence Numbers:
F. D. C. No. 31269. Sample Nos. 13660-L to 13664-L, incl.
Date Issued:
August 1952
Seizure Dates:
November 13 and 14, 1950, and February 5, 1951
Product Keywords:
amphetamine sulfate tablets and dextro-amphetamine sulfate tablets
Defendant Names:
Fred G. Hansard, trading as the H & Y Drug, at Amarillo, Tex., and Arvil Cravens, pharmacist.
Court Jurisdiction:
Northern District of Texas
Seizure Location:
Amarillo, Tex.
Shipped From:
Philadelphia, Pa., and Wichita, Kans.
Shipped To:
Amarillo, Tex.
Copyright:
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