FDA Notices of Judgment Collection, 1908-1966

4085. Misbranding of pentobarbital sodium capsules and sulfathiazole tablets and conspiracy to violate the laws of the United States. U. S. v. Harry W. Wilson (Wilson Drug Co.), and Seth R. Medley. Pleas of guilty. Defendant Wilson fined $640 and sentenced to 6 months in jail; jail sentence suspended and defendant placed on probation for 1 year. Defendant Medley fined $114.

Case Number:
Drugs and Devices, 1940-1963
Evidence Numbers:
F. D. C. No. 33715. Sample Nos. 85336-K, 85345-K, 85346-K, 85350-K, 85351-K, 19318-L, 19319-L, 19332-L, 19340-L, 19348-L, 19356-L, 19364-L, 19367-L, 19368-L.
Date Issued:
April 1954
Seizure Dates:
November 6; December 1 and 18, 1950; January 5 and 24; March 4, 20, and 30; April 12; May 2, 1951; December 1 and 18, 1950; May 2, 1951; December 1, 1950; May 2, 1951
Product Keywords:
pentobarbital sodium capsules and sulfathiazole tablets
Defendant Names:
Harry W. Wilson, trading as the Wilson Drug Co., Spooner, Wis., and Seth R. Medley, a physician.
Court Jurisdiction:
Western District of Wisconsin
Seizure Location:
Spooner, Wis.
Shipped From:
Spooner, Wis.
Shipped To:
Spooner, Wis.
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