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September 28, 1908 (N. J. 49.) MISBRANDING OF COFFEE. (AS TO GEOGRAPHICAL SOURCE.) Dayton Spice Mills Company
November 30, 1907 (N. J. 57.) MISBRANDING OF CANNED APPLES. (UNDERWEIGHT.) Erie Preserving Co.
September 30, 1908 (N. J. 43.) MISBRANDING OF CANNED PEAS. (AS TO WEIGHT.) P. Hohenadel, Jr., Canning Company, a corporation, Rochelle, Ill.
September 14, 1908 (N. J. 64.) MISBRANDING OF CANNED APPLES. (UNDERWEIGHT.) Joseph E. Goddard & Company
April 22, 1909 (N. J. 109.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF COTTONSEED MEAL. (AS TO PRESENCE OF COTTONSEED HULLS.) J. Lindsay Wells Company, a corporation of Memphis, Tenn.
- NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 219, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION OF MILK. Henry Boberink, of Lawrenceburg, Ind.
January 6, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 304, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF VINEGAR. Prussing Bros., Chicago, Ill.
October 14,1908 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 330, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. MISBRANDING OF CANNED APRICOTS. (SHORT WEIGHT.) G. H. Waters, Pomona, Cal.
November 2, 1907 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 342, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. MISBRANDING OF CANNED CORN. (SHORT WEIGHT.) Morral Canning Co., of Morral, Ohio
December 16, 1908 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 349, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. MISBRANDING OF WHISKEY. H. A. Thierman & Company, Louisville, Ky.
August 27, 1908 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 419, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION OF MILK. Frank Stark of St Johns, Ind.
August 27, 1908 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 420, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION OF MILK. M. J. Klein, Creston, Ind.
August 27, 1908 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 421, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION OF MILK. W. E. Bruce, Lowell, Ind.
February 16,1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 606, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. MISBRANDING OF A DRUG PRODUCT CANCEROL. Leon T. Leach
March 16, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 607, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION OF MILK. Henry A. Boberink, Lawrenceburg, Ind.
August 13, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 628, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION OF MILK. Mike Beam, Delaware, Ind.
August 10 and August 13, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 629, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION OF MILK. Joseph Volz, Pierceville, Ind.
February 4, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 630, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. MISBRANDING OF A DRUG PRODUCT WELLS' DIME HEADACHE CURE. W. A. Wells, doing business as the Wells Medicine Company, Lafayette, Ind.
February 3, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 631, TOOD AND DRUGS ACT. MISBRANDING OF A DRUG PRODUCT MRS. SUMMERS' HARMLESS HEADACHE REMEDY. Gabriel R. Summers, doing business as Vanderhoof & Co., South Bend, Ind.
August 10, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 632, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION OF MILK. Fred E. Kaiser, Milan, Ind.
July 12, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 633, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. MISBRANDING OF A DRUG PRODUCT SURE POP HEADACHE POWDERS. Sure Pop Company, a corporation, Terre Haute, Ind.
August 10, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 638, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION OF MILK. Lewis Schutte, Delaware, Ind.
July 20 and 23, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 646, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. MISBRANDING OF A DRUG PRODUCT COCAINE. Charles Crescelius, New Albany, Ind.
August 10 and 13,1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 673, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION OF MILK. Henry A. Boberink, Lawrenceburg, Ind.
August 10 and 13,1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 674, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION OF MILK. Henry A. Boberink, Lawrenceburg, Ind.
August 10 and 13, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 680, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION OF MILK. Edward J. Koechlin, Delaware, Ind.
September 29, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 681, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF VINEGAR. Speilmann Bros. Co.
November 26, 1910 2802. Adulteration of tomato pulp. U. S. v. Joan W. Rider. Plea of guilty. Fine, $25 and costs. John W. Rider, alias the Scottsburg Canning Co., Scottsburg, Ind.
March 20, 1912 2936. Adulteration and misbranding of peach brandy compound; adulteration and misbranding of banana cordial; adulteration and misbranding of apple brandy. U. S. v. Sam Rosenbaum. Plea of guilty. Fine, $100 and costs. Sam Rosenbaum, Terre Haute, Ind.
- 3035. Adulteration and misbranding of Scuppernong wine. U. S. v. 3 Barrels So-called Scuppernong Wine. Decree of condemnation. Product ordered sold. Pacific Wine Co.
- 3050. Adulteration and misbranding of cottonseed meal. U. S. v. 160 Sacks Cottonseed Meal. Decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered released on bond. J. Lindsay Wells Co., Memphis, Tenn.
- 3064. Adulteration and misbranding of vanilla extract. U. S. v. 1 Keg of Vanilla Extract. Default decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered sold. Warren Jenkinson Co.
- 3067. Adulteration and misbranding of vinegar. U. S. v. 10 Barrels Apple Cider Vinegar. Default decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered sold. Leroux Vinegar Co.
- 3077. Adulteration of canned salmon. U. S. v. 24 Cases of Salmon. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. A. B. Field & Co.
September 20, 1912 3078. Adulteration and misbranding of beer. U. S. v. Evansville Brewing Association. Plea of guilty. Fine, $100 and costs. Evansville Brewing Association, a corporation, Evansville, Ind.
- 3088. Adulteration and misbranding of vanilla extract. U. S. v. 2 Kegs of Vanilla Extract. Default decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered sold. Hudson Mfg. Co., Chicago
September 26, 1913 3089. Misbranding of vinegar. U. S. v. 13 Barrels of Vinegar. Default decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered sold. Old Kentucky Cider Vinegar Works
- 3091. Misbranding of vinegar. U. S. v. 55 Barrels, More or Less, Vinegar. Decree of condemnation. Product released on bond. Harbauer Co., Toledo, Ohio
July 15, 1912 3094. Adulteration and alleged misbranding of beer. U. S. v. Berghoff Brewing Association. Plea of guilty to second count of indictment. Fine, $100 and costs. First count of indictment nolle pressed. Berghoff Brewing Association, a corporation, Fort Wayne, Ind.
- 3446. Adulteration and misbranding of vinegar. U. S. v. 10 Barrels and 6 Barrels of a Product Purporting to be Fermented Apple Vinegar. Default decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered sold. Ohio Cider Vinegar Co.
- 3454. Adulteration and misbranding of lemon flavor. U. S. v. One Keg Purporting to be Terpeneless Lemon Flavor. Default decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered sold. N. Loewenstein & Co.
February 16, 1912 4062. Misbranding of stock feed. U. S v. James Emison et al. (J. & S. Emison & Co.) Plea of guilty. Fine, $200 and costs. James Emison and Scott Emison, composing members of J. & S. Emison & Co., a copartnership, doing business under that name and under the name of Baltic Mills, Vincennes, Ind.
April 30, 1914 4072 . Misbranding of spring water. U. S. v. 25 Cases of Spring Water. Default decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered sold. Robinson Springs Co.
June 2, 1914 4073. Misbranding of spring water. U. S.v. 23 Cases of Spring Water. Default decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered sold. Robinson Springs Co.
September 5, 1912, and February 13, 1913 4107. Misbranding of "Dr. Emmons' Throat and Lung Healer " and "Tissue Builder." U. S. v. The Dr. Emmons Throat and Lung Healer Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $100 and costs. Dr. Emmons Throat and Lung Healer Co., a corporation, Richmond, Ind.
October 18, 1912 4131. Misbranding of " Dr. Hiatt's Germicide." U. S. v. James A. Hiatt et al. (Hiatt Germicide Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $100 and costs. James A. Hiatt and William F. Hiatt, trading under the firm name of the Hiatt Germicide Co., Richmond, Ind.
September 24, 1912 4139. Misbranding of " Otto's Spruce Gum Balsam and Pine Tar Compound." U. S. v. Jolin H. Rohsenberger (American Pharmacol Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $100 and costs. John H. Rohsenberger, trading as the American Pharmacal Co., Evansville, Ind.
October 26, 1914 4157. Adulteration of tomato pulp. U. S. v. 85 Wooden Cases Tomato Pulp. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Miller Bros. & Co.
November 19, 1914 4167. Adulteration and misbranding of vinegar. U. S. v. 15 Barrels of Vinegar. Default decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered sold. Old Kentucky Cider Vinegar Works
December 7, 1914 4168. Adulteration and misbranding of vinegar. U. S. v. 50 Barrels of Vinegar. Default decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered sold. -
December 18, 1914 4169. Adulteration and misbranding of vinegar. U. S. v. 47 Barrels of Vinegar. Default decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered sold. -
March 1, 1915 4208. Adulteration and misbranding of pepper. U. S. v. 5 Barrels of Pepper. Consent decree of condemnation. Product ordered released on bond. Woolson Spice Co.
February 26, 1915 4232. Adulteration and misbranding of ground black pepper. U. S. v. 5 Barrels Ground Black Pepper. Consent decree of condemnation. Product ordered released on bond. Woolson Spice Co., Toledo, Ohio
- 4236. Adulteration and misbranding of pepper. U. S. v. 1 Barrel of Pepper. Consent decree of condemnation. Product ordered released on bond. Thomson & Taylor Spice Co., a corporation, Chicago, Ill.
February 11, 1915 4237. Adulteration and misbranding of pepper. U. S. v. 5 Barrels of Pepper. Consent decree of condemnation. Product ordered released on bond. Thomson & Taylor Spice Co., a corporation, Chicago, Ill.
June 21, 1913 4331. Misbranding of " Dander-Off." U. S. v. The C. Hughel Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $50 and costs. G. Hughel Co., a corporation, Indianapolis, Ind.
February 21, 1913 4363. Misbranding of " Dr. Simpson's Vegetable Compound." U. S. v. Thomas C. Davis and Eva J. Cole. (Dr. A. B. Simpson Co.). Plea of guilty by defendant Cole. Fine, $25 and costs. Indictment nolle prossed as to defendant Davis. Thomas C. Davis and Eva J. Cole, trading under the firm name of Dr. A. B. Simpson Co., Richmond, Ind.
February 10, 1913 4382. Misbranding of " Spohn's Distemper Cure." U. S. v. Samuel F. Spohn (The Spohn Medical Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $50 and costs. Samuel F. Spohn, trading as The Spohn Medical Co., Goshen, Ind.
August 28, 1914 4392. Misbranding of golden mash feed. U. S. v. 20 Sacks of Mash Feed. Default decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered sold. John DeWine Co.
January 13, 1913 4398. Misbranding of " Wright's Rheumatic Remedy." U. S. v. The Wright Medicine Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $50 and costs. Wright Medicine Co., a corporation, Peru, Ind.
January 8, 1913 4407. Misbranding of " Opaline Suppositories." U. S. v. Gabriel R. Summers (Vanderhoof & Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $50 and costs. Gabriel R. Summers, trading as Vanderhoof & Co., South Bend, Ind.
May 1, 1913 4409. Misbranding and alleged adulteration of lemon extract. U. S. v. McCullongh Drug Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $50 and costs. McCullough Drug Co., a corporation, Lawrenceburg, Ind.
February 22, 1913 4426. Misbranding of " Frazier's Distemper Cure." U. S. v. Charles F. Binkley (Binkley Medical Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $50 and costs. Charles F. Binkley, trading under the name of the Binkley Medical Co., Nappanee, Ind.
December 3, 1912 4439. Misbranding of " Celery-Vesce." U. S. v. James Vannatta, et al. (Century Chemical Co.). Plea of guilty by defendant Vannatta to count 1 of indictment. Fine, $50 and costs. Count 2 of indictment nolle pressed. James Vannatta and C. Cromer Burget, trading as Century Chemical Co., Indianapolis, Ind.
November 3, 1914 4466. Adulteration and misbranding of vinegar. U. S. v. 40 Barrels of Vinegar. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Froduet ordered released on bond. Dawson Bros. Mfg. Co., Memphis, Tenn.
October 24, 1913 4493. Adulteration and misbranding of so-called apple butter, raspberry jam compound, and peach, jam compound. U. S. v. William M. Crowley and Charles Crowley (Crowley Commission Co.). Plea of guilty by defendant Charles Crowley. Fine, $50 and costs. Indictment nolle prossed as to William M. Crowley. William M. Crowley and Charles Crowley, trading as Crowley Commission Co., Vincennes, Ind.
November 18, 1912 4540. Misbranding of " Dr. Whitehall's Megrimine." U. S. v. The Dr. "Whitehall Megrimine Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $50 and costs. Dr. Whitehall Megrimine Co., a corporation, South Bend, Ind.
November 15, 1913 4550. Adulteration of tomato pulp. U. S. v. Austin Canning Co., a. corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $225. Austin Canning Co., a corporation, Austin, Ind.
March 12, 1915 4568. Misbranding of dairy feed. U. S. v. 60 Sacks of " Creamo Dairy Feed." Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered released on bond. Rapier Sugar Feed Co.
May 20, 1915 4827. Misbranding of sirup. U. S. v. The Union Starch, and Refining Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $200. Union Starch & Refining Co., a corporation, Edinburg, Ind.
March 23, 1917 6637. Misbranding of Mendenhall's Number 40 for the Blood. U. S. v. J. C. Mendenhall Medicine Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $100 and costs. J. C. Mendenhall Medicine Co., a corporation, Evansville, Ind.
August 22, 1917 6641. Adulteration and misbranding of West Baden Sprudel Concentrated Spring Water. U. S. v. West Baden Springs Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $100 and costs. West Baden Springs Co., a corporation, West Baden, Ind.
- 8574. Misbranding of National Hog Powder. U. S. v. 1 Bag (100 Lbs.) of National Hog Powder. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. National Livestock Remedy Co., Englewood (Chicago), Ill.
July 28, 1919 8595. Adulteration and misbrandingr of Mothers Brand Pure Flavor of Vanilla and Lemon. U. S. v. 8 Gross Bottles of Mothers Brand Pure Flavor of Vanilla and 4 Gross Bottles of Mothers Brand Pure Flavor of Lemon. Default decrees of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. National Food Mfg. Co., St. Louis, Mo.
May 31, 3917 8700. Adulteration and misbranding of wheat shorts. U. S. v. Phoenix Flour Mill, a Corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $100 and costs. Phoenix Flour Mill, a corporation, Evansville, Ind.
December 21, 1917 8702. Adulteration of tomato catsup. U. S. v. The Frazier Packing Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $100 and costs. Frazier Packing Co., Elwood, Ind.
December 6, 1917 8703. Adulteration of tomato puree. U. S. v. Sailors Packing Co., a Corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $100 and costs. Sailors Packing Co., a corporation, Kokomo, Ind.
February 14, 1920 8744. Adulteration of evaporated apples. U. S. v. 10 Boxes, More or Less, of Evaporated Apples. Default decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered sold. J. W. Teasdale & Co., St. Louis, Mo.
April 29, 1920 8788. Misbranding of Dr. Burkhart's Vegetable Compound. U. S. v. 332 Dozen Packages, 25-Cent Size, and 36 Dozen Packages, 50-Cent Size, of Dr. Burkhart's Vegetable Compound. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Goods released under bond. W. S. Burkhart
September 14, 1909 8820. Adulteration and misbrauding of flour. U. S. v. 410 Sacks of Flour. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Prodnet ordered released on bond. Larabee Flour Mills Co., Hutchinson, Kans.
March 11, April 17, April 2, and April 10, 1920 8824. Misbranding of Texas Wonder. U. S. v. 31 Bottles, 20 Bottles, 9 Bottles, and 31 Bottles of Texas Wonder (4 libels). Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. E. W. Hall, St. Louis, Mo.
November 17, 1920 8928. Adulteration and misbranding of whole ground feed barley. U. S. v. 600 Sacks of Alleged Whole Ground Feed Barley. Consent decree providing for release of goods on bond. Osceola Mill & Elevator Co.
February 4, 1920 8966. Misbranding of Wade's Golden Nervine. U. S. v. 15 Packages of Wade's Golden Nervine. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Gem Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo.
March 17, 1920 8969. Misbranding of Madame Dean Female Pills. U. S. v. 35 Packages of Madame Dean Female Pills. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Martin Rudy, Lancaster, Pa.
March 21, 1919 8970. Misbranding of Kellogg's Sanitone Wafers. U. S. v. 15 Packages of Kellogg's Sanitone Wafers. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. F. J. Kellogg Co., Battle Creek, Mich.
March 5, June 11, and June 17, 1920, November 12, 1919, and June 16, 1920 8971. Misbranding of Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Pills. U. S. v. 74 Packages and 122 Packages and 97 Packages and 234 Packages of Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Pills. Default decrees of condemnation, forfeiture, arid destruction. Dr. A. W. Chase Medicine Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
August 27, 1920 8972. Adulteration of pies. U. S. v. 300 Pies labeled "Case & Martin Co. Connecticut Pies." Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Case & Martin Co., Chicago, Ill.
December 19, 1919 8973. Misbranding of Nerv-Mintz. U. S. v. 48 Packages, 50-cent Size, of Nerv-Mintz. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Earle Chemical Co., Wheeling, W. Va.
February 26, 1920 8975. Misbranding of Dr. Martel's Female Pills. U. S. v. 26 Packages of Dr. Martel's Female Pills. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. French Drug Co., New York, N. Y.
May 27, 1920, May 7, 1920, June 10, 1920, and July 14, 1920 8976. Misbranding of Wendell's Ambition Pills. U. S. v. 13 Packages, Large Size, 39 Packages, Small Size, 9 Packages, Large Size, and 95 Packages, Small Size, of Wendell's Ambition Pills. Wendell Pharmacal Co., Syracuse, N. Y.
February 14, 1918 9000. Adulteration of tankage. U. S. v. Chicago Feed & Fertilizer Co., a Corporation. Plea of guilty to count 1. Fine, $100 and costs. Remaining counts nolle pressed. Chicago Feed & Fertilizer Co., a corporation, trading at Osborn, Ind.
July 26, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 864, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF VINEGAR. Union Vinegar Company, Cincinnati, Ohio
August 3, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 883, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. MISBRANDING AND ALLEGED ADULTERATION OF VINEGAR. Prussing Bros.
September 21, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 910. FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. MISBRANDING AND ALLEGED ADULTERATION OF VINEGAR. Spielmann Brothers Company, Chicago, Ill.
December 6, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 967, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. MISBRANDING AND ALLEGED ADULTERATION OF VINEGAR. Leroux Cider and Vinegar Company, Toledo, Ohio
- NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1199. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF TOMATO CATSUP. J. Weller Co.
- NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1200. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF CIDER VINEGAR. Spielman Bros. Co.
- NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1201. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF TOMATO CATSUP. J. Weller Co.
- NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1202. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF SHELLED EGGS. Ad. Newman & Son
- NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1203. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF PHOSPHATE. Provident Chemical Works
August 18, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1207. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF FRUIT JELLY. W. D. Huffman, of district
- NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1336. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF CHEESE. -
- NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1365. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF GELATINE. Bessire Shred Gelatine Mfrd for Bessire & Co.
June 9, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1508. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF MILK. John Lotshaw
September 28, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1509. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF TOMATO PULP. English Canning & Manufacturing Co. (Inc.), English, Ind.
June 9, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1559. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF MILK. Christ Kruse
November 11, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1584. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF TOMATO PRESERVES COMPOUND AND OF PLUM PRESERVES COMPOUND. Bessire & Co., a corporation, Indianapolis, Ind.
November 21, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1593. Ctiiven pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF APPLE JELLY, COMPOUND SUGAR JELLY, AND BLACKBERRY PIE FILLING COMPOUND. Bessire & Co., a corporation, Indianapolis, Ind., in three counts
July 22, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1796. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF NITROGLYCERIN TABLETS. Swan-Myers Co., Indianapolis, Ind.
August 21, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1798. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING} OF COFFEE. John B. Bright & Son (Ltd.), a corporation, Indianapolis, Ind.
July 19, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1799. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF NITROGLYCERIN TRITURATES. Lafayette Phar- macal Co., a corporation, Lafayette, Ind.
July 26, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1810. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF ACETPHENETIDIN TABLETS; TRITURATES ALOIN, IRON, AND STRYCHNINE; TABLETS FERRUGINOUS BLAUD'S AND NUX VOMICA; TABLETS FLATULENCE; NITROGLYCERIN TABLETS; TABLETS EXTRACT NUX VOMICA; SALOL TABLETS; TABLETS STRYCHNINE NITRATE; TABLETS ALOIN, BELLADONNA, AND NUX VOMICA. McCoy-Howe Co., a corporation, Indianapolis, Ind.
July 18, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1843. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF CAFFEIN CITRATE TABLETS, CALOMEL TABLETS, CALOMEL AND SODA TABLETS, DAMIANA COMPOUND TABLETS, NITROGLYCERINE TABLETS; ADULTERATION OF FLUID EXTRACT GOLDEN SEAL; ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF WINE COCA, SODIUM SALICYLATE TABLETS, STRYCHNINE NITRATE TABLETS. Goshen Pharma- cal Co., a corporation, Goshen, Ind.
- NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1889. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING AND ALLEGED ADULTERATION OF VINEGAR. Guaranteed Cider Vinegar
- NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1890. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING AND ALLEGED ADULTERATION OF VINEGAR. -
July 18, 1915, and February 23, 1916 6124. Adulteration and alleged misbranding of tomato pulp. U. S. v. Ladoga Canning Co. a corporation. Plea of guilty as to the first and second counts of the indictment. Fine, $200 and costs. Third count of the indictment nolo-prossed. Ladoga Canning Co., a corporation, Ladoga, Ind.
- 6188. Adulteration and misbranding of high protein meat scraps. U. S. v. 120 bags of high protein meat scraps. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and sale. Darling & Co., Chicago, Ill.
August 12, 1916 6342. Adulteration of eggs. U. S. v. Wade H. Ford and Charles W. Hardin (Shelburn Poultry & Egg Co.). Plea of guilty as to Hardin. Fine, $10 and costs. Indictment nolle prossed as to Ford. Wade H. Ford and Charles W. Hardin, doing business as the Shelburn Poultry & Egg Co., Shelburn, Ind.
May 16, 1917 6369. Adulteration and misbranding of gelatin. U. S. v. 3 Barrels of Gelatin. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered released on bond. Charles Townsend & Bro., copartners, New York, N. Y.
August 24, 1920 10013. Misbranding of peaches. U. S. v. Charles E. Dean. Plea of guilty. Fine, $5 and costs. Charles B. Dean, Marble Hill, Ind.
October 22, 1917 10030. Misbranding of Dr. Hiatt's Germicide. U. S. v. James A. Hiatt and George W. Denker (Hiatt Germicide Co.). Plea of guilty by defendant Hiatt. Fine, $100 and costs. Indictment nolle prossed as to defendant Denker. James A. Hiatt and George W. Deuker, copartners, trading under the name of the Hiatt Germicide Co., Richmond, Ind.
January 25, 1921 10253. Misbranding of digester tankage. U. S. v. 108 Sacks of Butler's Premium Digester Tankage. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and sale. Edward J. Butler Co.
August 29, 1918 10254. Misbranding of American hog remedy. U. S. v. 10 Packages of American Hog Remedy. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. American Remedy Co., Tiffin, Ohio
August 18, 1920 10255. Adulteration of canned blackberries. U. S. v. 80 Cases of Tennessee Blackberries. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Frank 0. Gibbons Sons Co., Maryville, Tenn.
July 2 and 29, 1920 10263. Adulteration of condensed milk. U. S. v. 5 Barrels and 4 Barrels of Condensed Milk. Default decrees of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. J. Lowe Co., Waverly Transfer, N. J.
January 26, 1921 10265. Adulteration and misbranding of ground cumin seed. U. S. v. 50 Pounds of Ground Cumin Seed. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Hanley & Kinsella Coffee & Spice Co., St. Louis, Mo.
November 19, 1920 10266. Misbranding of DuBois Pecific pills. U. S. v. 10 Boxes of Hullois Pacific (Pecific) Pills. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. William J. Baumgartner, Detroit, Mich.
July 30 and September 10, 1921 10267. Misbranding of H. and H. water. U. S. v. 66 Bottles of H. and H. Water and 74 Bottles of H. and H. Water Natural. Default decrees of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. H. & H. Water Co., Dawson Springs, Ky.
April 30, 1920 10553. Misbranding of C. J. C. regulator and C. J. C. liniment. U. S. v. Chester J. Czarneckci (C. J. Czarnecki). Plea of guilty. Fine, $800 and costs. Chester J. Czarnecki, trading as C. J. Czarnecki, at South Bend, Ind.
October 21, November 7, and December 30, 1919 10554. Adulteration of tomato puree and tomato pulp. U. S. v. Joseph S. Morgan and Ivan C. Morgan (Morgan Packing Co.). Pleas of guilty. Fines, $500 and costs. Joseph S. Morgan and Ivan C. Morgan, of Austin, Ind., copartners, trading as the Morgan Packing Co.
November 25 and December 30, 1921 10876. Misbranding of olive oil. U. S. v. 18 Cans, et al, of Olive Oil. Default decrees ordering sale of the product. Greek Products Importing Co., Chicago, Ill.
February 14, and December 30, 1921 10965. Misbranding of olive oil. U. S. v. 25 Cans, et al., of Olive Oil. Default decrees ordering sale of product. Nasiacos Importing Co.
August 3; August 26, 1921 11011. Misbranding of olive oil. U. S. v. 18 Cans, et al., of Olive Oil. Default decrees ordering sale of the property. Deligiannis Bros., Chicago, Ill.
January 3 and January 5, 1914 3570. Adulteration of dried apples. U. S. v. 103 Sacks Dried Apples. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. -
February 11, 1913 3571. Adulteration and misbranding of so-called cognac. U. S. v. 4 Cases French Style Cognac. Default decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered sold. -
December 4, 1913 3574. Adulteration and misbranding of vinegar. U. S. v. 23 Barrels Apple Vinegar. Default decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered sold. Old Kentucky Cider Vinegar Works.
October 10, 1913 3592. Adulteration of lemon extract. U. S. v. 10 Gallons Lemon Extract. Default decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered sold. -
April 18, 1914 3617. Adulteration and misbranding of malt sprouts. U. S. v. 470 Bags Malt Sprouts. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered released on bond. Moses Rothschild Co., Chicago, Ill.
December 5, 1916 5753. Adulteration and misbranding of apple vinegar. U. S. v. 40 Barrels of Apple Vinegar. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and sale. Allegan Cider & Vinegar Co.
May 15, 1917 5841. Adulteration and misbranding of vinegar. U. S. v. 70 Barrels of Vinegar. Decree of condemnation. Product ordered released on bond. Banner Vinegar Co.
March 19 and March 23, 1917 5842. Adulteration and misbranding of vinegar. U. S. v. 75 Barrels and 75 Barrels of Pure Cider Vinegar. Decree of condemnation. Product ordered released on bond. Banner Vinegar Co.
March 10, 1913 5891. Misbranding of "Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine." U. S. v. Franklin Miles, Charles Franklin Miles, Electa Miles Porter, Lizzie P. Compton, Herman A. Compton, Andrew H. Beardsley, and Albert R. Beardsley (Dr. Miles Medical Co.). Pleas of guilty by Charles Franklin Miles, Andrew A. Beardsley, and Albert R. Beardsley. Fine, $400. Indictment as to the other defendants nol-prossed. Franklin Miles, Charles Franklin Miles, Electa Miles Porter, Lizzie P. Compton, Herman A. Compton, Andrew H. Beardsley, and Albert R. Beardsley, trading as Dr. Miles Medical Co.
November 24, 1915 5913. Misbranding of spring water. U. S. v. West Baden Springs Water Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $50 and costs. West Baden Springs Water Co.
October 2, 1915, November 5, 1915 5914. Adulteration and misbranding of tomato pulp. U. S. v. The Rider Packing Co., Inc., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $100 and costs. Rider Packing Co., Inc.
May 8, 1915, and October 4, 1915 5915. Adulteration of tomato pulp. U. S. v. Joseph S. Morgan (Scottsburg Canning Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $100 and costs. Joseph S. Morgan, trading as the Scottsburg Canning Co.
August 28, 1916, and August 31, 1916 5927. Adulteration of eggs. U. S. v. James A. Hayworth, Canada Hayworth, Bertha Hayworth, and Ruth Hayworth (J. R. Hayworth & Co.). Plea of guilty by James A. Hayworth. Fine, $ 100 and costs. Indictment nol-prossed as to others. James A. Hayworth, Canada Hayworth, Bertha Hayworth, and Ruth Hayworth, trading as J. R. Hayworth & Co.
February 11, 1916 5931. Adulteration of prunes, peaches, apricots, raisins, and muscatels. U. S. v. Charles W. Bauermeister Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $100 and costs. Charles W. Bauermeister Co.
December 22, 1915 5952. Adulteration of beans and coffee. U. S. v. Abe Azen. Plea of guilty. Fine, $25 and costs. Abe Azen, Indianapolis, Ind.
September 18, 1916 5983. Adulteration and alleged misbranding of tomato pulp. U. S. v. Scottsburg Canning Co., a corporation, Plea of guilty to count one of indictment. Fine, $100 and costs. Second count of indictment nol-prossed. Scottsburg Canning Co.
August 7, 1919 9764. Misbranding of vegetable regulator and iron elixir. U. S. v. Charles S. Miller. Plea of guilty. Fine, $200 and costs. Charles S. Miller, Vincennes, Ind.
December 4, 1919 9809. Misbranding of digester tankage. U. S. v. The Schiller Company, a Corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $50 and costs. Schiller Co.
February 24, 1915 5018. Misbranding of "Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood Syrup." U. S. v. 8 Boxes and 2 Boxes of "Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood Syrup." Default decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered sold. Hoeschler Bros., La Crosse, Wis.
February 16, 1916 5101. Adulteration of beans. U. S. v. 50 Wooden Cases of Bean in Tomato Sauce. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture and destruction. Rossville Canning Co., Rossville, Ill.
March 27, 1916 5103. Adulteration of pork and beans. U. S. v. 50 Cases of Pork and Beans. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Oceana Canning Co., Shelby, Mich.
May 29, 1915 5220. Adulteration of oats. U. S. v. Jolin S. McDonald and Morris J. McDonald (McDonald & Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $200 and costs. John S. McDonald and Morris J. McDonald, trading as McDonald & Co., New Albany, Ind.
March 24, 1919 7640. Adulteration and misbranding of a product purporting to be cocoa. U. S. v. 384 Packages and 060 Packages of a Product Purportingto be Cocoa. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. National Cocoa Mills, New York, N. Y.
February 1, 1919 7647. Adulteration and misbranding of olive oil. U. S. v. 17 Cans of a Product Purporting to be Olive Oil. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and sale. Union Olive Oil Co.
December 14, 1917 7651. Adulteration and misbranding of elder vinegar. U. S. v. 50 Cases of a Product Purporting to be Pure Cider Vinegar. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and sale. Chicago Chemical Works, Chicago, Ill.
October 1, 1917 7656. Adulteration of tomato pulp. U. S. v. 175 Cases of a Product Purporting to be Tomato Pulp. Booth Packing Co.
July 25, 1919, and March 31, 1919 7665. Misbranding ot Madame Dean Antiseptic Vaginal Suppositories. U. S. v. 30 Packages and 10 Packages of Madame Dean Antiseptic Vaginal Suppositories. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Martin Rudy, Lancaster, Pa.
February 4,1919 7672. Misbranding of Pabst' Okay Specific. U. S. v. 3 Dozen Bottles of Pabst's Okay Specific. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Pabst Chemical Co.
August 31, 1918 7677. Misbranding of Pratts Hog Cholera Specific. U. S. v. 6 Pails of Pratts Hog Cholera Specific. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Pratt Food Co.
October 4, 1918 7678. Adulteration and misbranding of santal oil. U. S. v. 8 Boxes of Santal Oil. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Evans Drug Mfg. Co.
March 12,1919 7679. Adulteration and misbranding of oranage-julep sirup. U. S. v. 1/2 Barrel, Containing a Product Purporting to be Orange-Julep Sirup. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Southern Fruit Julep Co., Chicago, Ill.
- 7682. Misbranding of acid acetylo-salicylic. U. S. v. 1 Can Containing 25,000 Tablets Acid Acetylo-Salicylic. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Ben. S. Levin, Los Angeles, Calif.
August 2, 1915 7683. Adulteration and misbranding of acid acetylo-salic. U. S. v. 48 Packages of Acid Acetylo-salic. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. H. M. Yaughan, Fayettcville, Ark.
December 13, 1918 7701. Adulteration and misbranding of olive oil. U. S. v. 36 1Quart Cans, 12 1/2-Gallon Cans, and 2 1-Gallon Cans of a Product Purportingto be Olive Oil. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and sale. P. DAnna, Chicago, Ill.
December 15, 1918 7704. Adulteration and misbranding of acid acetylsalicylic. U. S. v. 17 Cans of a Product Purporting to be Acid Acetylsalicylic. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Charles L. Huisking, Inc., acting for and on behalf of the Verandah Chemical Co.
July 10, 1919 7713. Misbranding of Lung Vita. U. S. v. 6 Dozen Large Bottles and 3 Dozen Small Bottles of Lung Vita. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Nashville Medicine Co.
August 9, 1919 7721. Misbranding of potatoes. U. S. v. 120 Sacks of Potatoes. Default decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered sold. Reed & Perrine, Tennent, N. J.
November 6, 1919 7722. Adulteration and misbranding of wheat middlings. U. S. v. 340 Sacks of a Product Purporting to be Wheat Middlings. Decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond. William J. Leiler, Rochester, Ind.
September 2, 1919 7723. Misbranding of potatoes. U. S. v. 42 Sacks of Potatoes. Default decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered, sold. Lake & Burns Co., Flensburg, Minn.
May 3, 1919, and March 15, 1919 7737. Misbranding of Injection Malydor. U. S. v. 45 Bottles and 3 Dozen Bottles of Injection Malydor. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, anddestruction. Malydor Mfg. Co., Lancaster, Ohio
May 21, 1918 7740. Misbranding of Olive Branch. U. S. v. Nellie M. Ellis (Olive Branch Remedy Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $100 and costs. Nellie M. Ellis
July 29, 1918 7747. Misbranding of Mrs. Summers' Absorbent Pile Remedy, Mrs. Summers' Womb, Ovarian & Kidney Tonic & Vitalizer Tablets, and Mrs. Summers' Heart, Brain, and Nerve Pills. U. S. v. Gabriel R. Summers. Plea of guilty. Fine, $100 and costs. Gabriel R. Summers, South Bend, Ind.
October 12, 1917 7762. Misbranding of Dermacilia Eye Remedy and Dermacilia Ointment. U. S. v. Dermacilia Mfg. Co., a Corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $100 and costs. Dermacilia Mfg. Co.
August 7, 1917 7763. Misbranding of Wright's Rheumatic Remedy. U. S. v. The Wright Medicine Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $100 and cssts. Wright Medicine Co.
November 12, 1918 7791. Misbrandingof Blue Grass Hog Remedy. U. S. v. of Blue Grass Hog Remedy. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Bourbon Remedy Co.
July 2, 1917 7794. Adulteration of dried skimmed milk. U. S. v. 2 Barrels of a Product Purporting to be Dried Skimmed Milk. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Sethness Co.
September 24, 1918 7803. Misbranding of Pabst's Okay Specific U. S. v. 7 Dozen Packages of a Product Labeled "Pabst's Okay Specific." Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Pabst Chemical Co.
December 19, 3917 7942. Adulteration and misbranding of Big G. U. S. v. 43 Bottles of Big G. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Evans Chemical Co.
February 19, 1919 7984. Misbranding of The "3 Days" Cure. U. S. v. 13 Bottles Of The "3 Days" Cure, Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. 3 Days Cure Co.
March 20, 1939 7992. Adulteration and misbranding of cocoa, U. S. v. 43 1/2-Pound Packages and 37 1/6-Pound Packages, 54 1/2-Pound Packages and 49 1/6-Pound Packages, 29 1/2-Pound Packages and 28 1/5-Pound Packages, 360 1/2-Pound Packages and 480 1/5-Pound Packages, 144 1/2-Pound Packages and 240 1/5-Pound Packages, 216 1/2-Pound Packages and 480 1/5-Pound Packages of a Product Purporting to be Cocoa (6 libels). Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. National Cocoa Mills, New York, N. Y.
June 28, 1919 7998. Misbranding of Texas Wonder. U. S. v. 34 Bottles of Texas Wonder. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. E. W. Hall, St. Louis, Mo.
May 5, 1919 7999. Misbranding of Short Stop. U. S. v. 13 Packages of Short Stop First Stage, 12 Packages of Short Stop Second Stage, and 12 Packages of Short Stop Capsules. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Massmann Chemical Co.
March 26, and April 5, 1919 8000. Adulteration and misbranding of cocoa. U. S. v. 5 Boxes of 1/2-Pound Cartons, 7 Boxes of 1/2-Pound Cartons, 6 Boxes of 1/2-Pound Cartons, and 10 Boxes of 1/5-Pound Cartons of a Product Purporting to be Cocoa. Default decrees of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. National Cocoa Mills of New York, N. Y.
September 13, 1918 8074. Misbranding of Black Caps. U. S. v. 15 Packages, More or Less, Bach Containing 6 Boxes of a Drug Known as Black Caps. Default deeree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Safety Remedy Co., Canton, Ohio
July 30, 1919 8135. Misbranding of Bliss Native Herbs. U. S. v. 12 Dozen Boxes, More or Iess, 50-Cent Size, and 12 Dozen Boxes, More or Less, $1 Size, of a Product Known as Bliss Native Herbs. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered released on bond. Alonzo O. Bliss Medical Co.
August IS, 1919 8136. Misbranding of Bliss Native Herbs. U. S. v. 84 Boxes, More or Less, $1 Size, of a Product Known as Bliss Native Herns. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered released on bond. Alonzo O. Bliss Medical Co.
March 18, 1918 8194. Misbranding of Self-Help E & I Treatment. U. S. v. 2 1/2 Dozen Packages, More or Less, of a Drug Known as Self-Help E & I Treatment. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Henry S. Wampole Co., Baltimore, Md.
July 30, 1920 11091. Misbranding of Parry's vegetable compound. U. S. v. 4 Bottles of No. 6 and 2 Bottles of No. 1 Parry's Vegetable Compound. Decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond. Parry Medicine Co., Inc., Pittsburgh, Pa.
July 13. 1925 14817. Adulteration of canned corn. U. S. v. 661 Cases of Canned Corn. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond. New Hartford Canning Co.
October 18, 1924 14938. Adulteration of canned peas. U. S. v. 705 Cases and 246 Cases of Canned Peas. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Columbia Canning Co., Cambria, Wis.
November 20, 1926 14954. Misbranding of digester tankage. U. S. v. 60 Sacks of Digester Tankage. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Northern Illinois Cereal Co., Lockport, Ill.
January 10, 1928 15691. Adulteration and alleged, misbranding of black pepper. U. S. v. 3 Barrels of Black Pepper. Product ordered released under bond. Biston Coffee Co., St. Louis, Mo.
December 8, 1927 15752. Adulteration and misbranding of vinegar. U. S. v. 62 Barrels of Apple Cider Vinegar. Default decree of confiscation and destruction entered. Whitehead Kiesel Co.
November 7, 1927 15803. Misbranding of original Dr. Musser's capsules, Dr. Musser's red capsules, and Dr. Musser's injection Rx. 500. U. S. v. 3 Packages of Original Dr. Musser's Red Capsules, et al. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Musser-Reese Chemical Co., Pittsburgh, Pa.
January 10, 1928 15809. Adulteration and misbranding of sodium salicylate tablets. U. S. v. 49,500 Sodium Salicylate Tablets. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond. Shores-Mueller Co., Cedar Rapids, Iowa
about December 2, 1927, and February 11, 1928 15817. Misbranding of Mentho-Kreoamo. U. S. v. 11 Dozen Large Bottles, et al., of Mentho-Kreoamo. Default decrees of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Mentho-Kreoamo Co., Clinton, Ill.
November 23, 1927 15822. Misbranding of Norma. U. S. v. 48 Bottles of Norma. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Norma Laboratories, Inc.
May 13, 1924 12982. Misbranding of tankage. U. S. v. 130 Sacks of Digester Tankage. Decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond. Joseph H. Herrmann & Co.
September 28, 1924 ; March 6, 1924 13072. Misbranding of digester tankage. U. S. v. 91 Sacks of Digester Tankage. Decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond. Urmston Grain & Seed Co.
November 1, 1924 13100. Misbranding of cottonseed meal. U. S. v. 300 Sacks of Cottonseed Meal. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Planters Cotton Oil Co.
June 14, 1924 13194. Adulteration and misbranding of horse and mule feed. U. S. v. 100 Bags of Horse and Mule Feed. Decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond. Black & White Milling Co.
August 7 and 14, 1923 13406. Adulteration of shell eggs. U. S. v. E. Hobart Lamkin and Eugene Lamkin. Pleas of guilty. Fines, $200. Ogden Commission Co.
June 6, 1923 13408. Adulteration of butter. U. S. v. Johnson Butter Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $100 and costs. Johnson Butter Co.
June 4 and 5, 1923 13414. Adulteration of butter. U. S. v. Jacob Fachingrer (Lanesville Creamery Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $100 and costs. Jacob Fachinger
July 20, 1923 13499. Adulteration of butter. U. S. v. Sherman White & Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $75 and costs. Sherman White & Co.
June 12. 1923, and August 5, 1924 13500. Adulteration of butter. U S. v. Schlosser Bros. Pleas of guilty. Fines, $225 and costs. Schlosser Bros. (Inc.)
June 7 and 10, and August 9, 1923 13502. Adulteration and misbranding of butter. U. S. v. Joseph A. Lung, Florence Colclessor, John Heddington, Dan Ashcraft, and Lon Smith (J. A. Long Co.). Pleas of guilty. Fine, $300 and costs. Joseph A. Long, Florence Colclessor, John Heddington, Dan Ashcraft, and Lou Smith
June 7, 1924 13554. Adulteration and misbranding of Concord grape soda water flavor. U. S. v. 3 Containers of Concord Grape Soda Water Flavor. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Sethness Co.
October 4, 1924 13563. Adulteration and misbranding of coffee. U. S. v. 14 Bags of Coffee. Decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond. Steele-Wedeles Co.
August 27, 1925 14100. Misbranding of Whitlocks U-G-R-G-L. U. S. v. 20 Bottles of "Whitlock's U-G-R-G-L. Decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond. J. T. Whitlock, Chicago, Ill.
November 9, 1925 14132. Adulteration of canned tomato pulp. U. S. v. 1,503 Cans of Tomato Pulp. Tried to the court. Judgment for the Government. Decree of condemnation and forfeiture entered. Product released, under bond. Orestes Packing Co.
October 16, 1925 14156. Adulteration of Brazil nuts. U. S. v. 22 Sacks of Brazil Nuts. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond. J. B. Inderrieden Co.
February 9, 1926 14251. Adulteration and misbranding of cramp bark. U. S. v. 7 Bags of Cramp Bark. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond. Sulzer Bros
December 4, 1925 14308. Misbranding of Dr. Lemke's blood drops and Dr. Lemke's laxative herb tea. U. S. v. 3 Dozen Packages of Dr. Lemke's Blond Drops and 4 5/12 Dozen Packages of Dr. Lemke's Laxative Herb Tea. Default decree of condemnntion, forfeiture, and destruction. -
January 3, 1925 14396. Adulteration and alleged misbranding of canned oysters. U. S. v. 48 1/2 Cases of Oysters. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture and destruction. Pelican Packing Co.
September 27, 1924 ; February 10, 1925 14398. Misbranding of feeds. U. S. v. Acme-Evans Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $200. Acme-Evans Co.
August 22, 1924 14592. Adulteration and misbranding of malted milk. U. S. v. 16 Barrels of Malted Milk. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond for use as hog feed. F. H. Musselman, Logansport, Ind.
October 27, 1925 14639. Adulteration and misbranding of ground black pepper. U. S. v. 2 1/2 Barrels and 18 Pails of Ground Black Pepper. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture and sale or destruction. Boston (Biston) Coffee Co.
July 15, 1920 11740. Misbranding of Euca-Mul. U. S. v. 100 bottles and 46 bottles of Euca-Mul. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Edward G. Binz Co.
April 4, 1922 ; December 15, 1921 11741. Misbranding of Craemer's celebrated compound and Craemer's calculus corrective. U. S. v. 11 Bottles of Craemer's Celebrated Compound and 9 Bottles of Craemer's Calculus Corrective. Default decree entered with respect to the Craemer's celebrated compound adjudging it to be misbranded and ordering its destruction. Default decree of condemnation and destruction with respect to the Craemer's calculus corrective. -
April 27 and May 23, 1922 11743. Misbranding of chloroform. U. S. v. 200 Cans, et al., of Chloroform. Default decrees of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. -
September 10, 1921 11753. Misbranding of Giles' germicide. U. S. v. 6 Bottles of Giles' Germicide. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Giles Remedy Co.
May 23, 1923 11868. Adulteration and misbranding of tankage. U. S. v. 95 Sacks and 100 Sacks of Digester Tankage. Decrees of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond. Swift & Co.
November 21, 1922 11875. Adulteration and misbranding of canned oysters. U. S. v. 58 Cases and 34 Cases of Oysters. Decrees of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond. Shelmore Oyster Products Co.
July 13, 1922 11972. Adulteration and misbranding of cherries. U. S. v. 50 Cases, Each Containing 6 No. 10 Cans of Cherries. Decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Mikesell & Co.
March 21, 1922 12092. Misbranding of oranges. U. S. v. 100 Cases of Oranges. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and sale. -
July 10, 1923 12220. Misbranding of tankage. U. S. v. 160 Sacks of Success Brand Digester Tankage. Decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond. United Bi-Products Co.
February 25, 1921 12397. Misbranding of coal-tar color. U. S. v. 2 Cans and 2 Cans of CoalTar Color. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. W. B. Wood Mfg. Co.
November 11, 1927 15745. Adulteration and misbranding of vinegar. U. S. v. 15 Cases of Vinegar. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Evans-Rich Mfg. Co.
September 15, 1927 ; November 4, 1927 15894. Adulteration and alleged misbranding of black pepper. U. S. v. 36 Boxes and 11 Pails of Black Pepper. Product ordered released under bond. Biston Coffee Co.
July 18, 1928 16542. Adulteration and misbranding of pure living cultures of Bulgarian bacillus. U. S. v. 10 Packages of Pure Living Cultures Bulgarian Bacillus. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. H. K. Mulford & Co.
January 13, 1927 15051. Misbranding of Zendejas Medicine. U. S. v. 125 Bottles of Zendejas Medicine. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. P. Zendejas, Los Angeles, Calif.
March 8, 1927 15318. Adulteration and misbranding of table oil. U. S. v. 18 Cans of Table Oil. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Calamata Olive Oil Co.
July 15, 1927 15454. Adulteration of fig paste. U. S. v. 700 Boxes of Fig Paste. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. California Packing Corp
June 22, 1926 15532. Adulteration of butter. U. S. v. Johnson Butter Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $200. Johnson Butter Co.
July 8, 1927 ; July 21, 1927 15559. Misbranding of Norma. U. S. v. 62 Bottles and 62 Bottles of Norma. Default decrees of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Norma Laboratories, Inc.
November 22, 1927 15560 Misbranding of Hy'ne. U. S. v. 47 Packages, et al., of Hy'ne. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction Hy'ne Company
November 3, 1927 15593. Misbranding of 999 nerve tonic. U. S. v. 9 Packages of 999 Nerve Tonic. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Combination Remedy Co.
October 23, 1926 15204. Misbranding of tankage and meat scrap. U. S. v. 100 Sacks of Digester Tankage, et al. Consent decrees of condemnation and forfeiture. Products released under bond. Packer Products Co.
June 12, 1926 ; September 25, 1926 17352. Alleged adulteration and misbranding of Bred Spred. U. S. v. 15 Cases of Bred Spred Raspberry Flavor, et al. Claim and answer filed. Hearing on demurrer to answer. Demurrer overruled. Judgment for claimant. Writ of error to Circuit Court of Appeals. Judgment for claimant affirmed. Glaser Crandell Co.
December 16, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1090. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF CATSUP AND TOMATOES J. T. Polk Co.
July 3, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1091. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF DR. DETCHON'S RELIEF FOR RHEUMATISM AND DR. DETCHON'S RELIEF FOR RHEUMATISM TABLETS I. A. Detchon, of Crawfordsville, within said district
June 15, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1092. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF MILK Henry Kegel
October 22, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1093. (Given pursuant to section of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF DR. LINDLEY'S EPILEPSY REMEDY A. K. Hollowell, alias New Vienna Medicine Co.
March 25, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1094. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF HAMMOND DAIRY FEED Western Grain Products Co.
June 9, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1129. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF MILK. J. W. Shorten
June 9, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1130.(Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF MILK. E. E. Rounds
July 14, 1920 9009. Adulteration and misbranding of Almanaris Water. U. S. v. 257 Cases of Almanaris Water. Consent decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Almanaris Mineral Spring Co.
March 27, 1919 9061. Misbranding of Knoxit. U. S. v. 3 Dozen Bottles of a Product Purporting To Be Knoxit. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and desctruction. Beggs Mfg. Co.
- NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2412. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF FISH W. M. Shafer & Co.
March 7, 1911, and March 14, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2509. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) U. S. v. Indiana Milling Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $50 and costs. MISBRANDING OF KENNEBEC MIXED FEED Indiana Milling Co.
January 3, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2565. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) U. S. v. James Vanatta, alias Century Chemical Co. Plea of guilty. Fine. $25 and costs. MISBRANDING OF CELERY-VESCE James Vanatta, alias Century Chemical Co.
May 28, 1912 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2593. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) U. S. v. Hulbert E. Nead. Pea of guilty. Fine, $25 and costs. ADULTERATION OF MILK Hubert E. Nead, Pierceville, Ind.
May 28, 1912 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2594. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act) U. S. v. Ralph S. Richardson. Plea of guilty. Fine, $25 and costs. ADULTERATION OF MILK Ralph S. Richardson, Pierceville, Ind.
November 6, 1912 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2604. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) U. S. v. Ten Barrels Scuppernong Wine. Decree of condemnation by default. Goods ordered sold. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF WINE Max Gordon, Indianapolis, Ind.
December 14, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2609. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) U. S. v. Dr. J. B. Lynas & Son. Plea of guilty. Fine, $200 and costs. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF VANILLA AND LEMON FLAVOR Dr. J. B. Lynas & Son
August 6, 1912 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2613. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) U. S. v. Terre Haute Brewing Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $100 and costs. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF BEER Terre Haute Brewing Co.
January 6, 1913 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2656. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) U. S. v. 170 Barrels of Apple Cider. Decree of condemnation by default. Product ordered sold. ADULTERATION OF APPLE CIDER Maas, Sanderson & Co.
June 9, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2708. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) U. S. v. Herman Luhring. Tried to a jury. Verdict guilty. Fine, $25 and costs. ADULTERATION OF MILK Herman Luhring, Cold Springs, Ind.
October 3, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2754. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) U. S. v. Frazier Packing Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $100 and costs. ADULTERATION OF TOMATO CATSUP Frazier Packing Co.
June, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1083. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF MILK Charles E. Smith, Milan, Ind.; Dan Molloy, Delaware, Ind.; L. H. Schulte, Delaware, Ind.; E. J. Koechlin, Delaware, Ind.; James F. Coffee, Pierceville, Ind.; A. H. Schuck and Jerome Schuck (partners), New Trenton, Ind.; Charles Oser, Pierceville, Ind.; Leonard Hudson and James Cox (partners), Longnecker, Ind.; Henry A. Boberink, Lawrenceberg, Ind.; J. T. Plump, Pierceville, Ind.; Chris Bohlke, Milan, Ind.
November 20, 1922, and January 24, 1923 11545. Misbranding of Plough's Prescription C-2223. U. S. v. 1 Package and 1 Package of Plough's Prescription C-2323. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Plough Chemical Co., Memphis, Tenn.
September 28, 1922 11607. Misbranding of tomato paste. U. S. v. John S. Mitchell, Inc., a Corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $200 and costs. John S. Mitchell, Inc., a corporation, Windfall, Ind.
September 22, 1920 11620. Adulteration and misbranding of West Baden spring water. U. S. v. West Baden Spring's Co., a Corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $200 and costs. West Baden Springs Co., a corporation, West Baden, Ind.
May 21, 1913 4345. Adulteration and misbranding of apple brandy. U. S. v. Edelman Distillery Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $50 and costs. Edelman Distillery Co.
July 6, 1922 11744. Misbranding of H. and H. natural water and H. and H. concentrated water. U. S. v. 18 Bottles and 37 Bottles of Dawson Springs Renowned H. and H. Water. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. H. & H. Water Co.
January 2, 1923 11606. Adulteration of canned oysters. U. S. v. 75 Cases of Oysters. Decree for release of product under bond. John C. Groub Co., Seymour, Ind.
October 5, 1908 (N. J. 73.) MISBRANDING OF VINEGAR. (COLORED) IMITATION FRUIT VINEGAR.) Price and Lucas Cider and Vinegar Company
October 29, 1908 (N. J. 84.) MISBRANDING OF BAKED BEANS AND TOMATO SAUCE. (UNDERWEIGHT.) E. G. Dailey Company
October 27, 1908 (N. J. 85.) MISBRANDING OF CANNED TOMATOES. (UNDERWEIGHT.) Sears & Nichols Company
June 6, 1940 1531. Misbranding of macaroni and spaghetti. U. S. v. 116, 80, 111, and 108 Cases of Macaroni and Spaghetti. Default decree of condemnation. Product ordered distributed to charitable institutions. John B. Canepa Co.
October 27, 1950 18549. Adulteration of chili peppers. U. S. v. 143 Bags. Charles T. Wilson Co., Inc.
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