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October 11, 1940 452. Misbranding of Prunlax. U. S. v. 236 Bottles of Prunlax. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Adams Laboratories, Inc.
March 6, 1941 458. Adulteration of ampuls of triple distilled water. U. S. v. 4 Boxes of Ampuls of Triple Distilled Water. Default deeree of condemnation and destruction. Zeigler Pharmacal Co.
October 22, 1940, and February 21, 1941 466. Adulteration of tincture of digitalis. U. S. v. 6 Bottles of Tincture Digitalis U. S. P. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Eli Lilly & Co.
March 1 and May 24, 1940 489. Misbranding of No-Wheez Cough Syrup and No-Wheez for Asthma. U. S. v. No-Wheez Corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $101. No-Wheez Corporation, St. Charles, Mo.
August 8, 1940 515. Misbranding of mineral water. U. S. v. 9 Bottles and 12 Bottles of McFadden 3 Sisters Springs Mineral Water. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. -
August 31, 1940 524. Misbranding of Waft-Surgical. U. S. v. 19 Bottles of Waft-Surgical. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Waft Products, Inc.
August 23, 1939 115. Adulteration and misbranding of cotton swab applicators. U. S. v. 75 Cartons of Cotton Swab Applicators. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Woltra Co., Inc.
October 20 and November 25, 1939 191. Misbranding of infra-red therapeutic lamps. U. S. v. 19 Mastercraft Infra-Red Therapeutic Lamps Type No. 62. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Northern Electric Co.
September 26, 1939, to July 26, 1940 279. Misbranding of pessaries. U. S. v. 1 11/12 Dozen, 2 Dozen, and 22 Pessaries. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. H. Carstens Manufacturing Co.
April 11 to August 1, 1940 337. Misbranding of pessaries. U. S. v. 18 Small and 47 Medium-Sized Pessaries. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Gomco Surgical Manufacturing Corporation from Buffalo, N. Y.
January 7, 1942 809. Misbranding of Bowel Regulator, Alterative Tonic Compound, and Neo-Sed. U. S. v. 72 Bottles of Bowel Regulator, 94 Bottles of Alterative Tonic Compound, and 93 Bottles of Neo-Sed. Default decrees of condemnation and destruction. Hale Drug Co.
September 18, 20, and 27, and October 1, 1941 855. Misbranding of Ru-Ma-Dol, McDades Prescription, Moe-Pep, and Allan's Red Wash. Adulteration and misbranding of Allan's Gland Capsules. U. S. v. Allan & Co., Inc., and John G. Ayars. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $150. Allan & Co., Inc., St. Louis, Mo., and John G. Ayars
January 9, 1942 878. Adulteration and misbranding of "Be" Plex vitamin B-complex with minerals and Iron. U. S. v. 14 Cases of "Be" Plex Vitamin B-Complex With Minerals and Iron. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Hale Drug Co.
September 25, 1942 971. Adulteration and misbranding of absorbent cotton. U. S. v. Stym Gross Packages of Absorbent Cotton. Decree of condemnation and destruction. Hampton Manufacturing Co.
November 18, 1942 984. Misbranding of St. Joseph C-2223. U. S. v. 4 1/2 Dozen and 4 1/2 Dozen packages of St. Joseph C-2223. Decree of condemnation and destruction. Plough Sales Corporation
May 25 and November 6, 1942, and January 2, 1943 1003. Adulteration and misbranding of Kelson's Antacid Powder and misbranding of B-M Cold Caps and Fero-Tona. U. S. v. 30 1/2 Dozen Vials of B-M Cold Caps, 12 1/2 Dozen Bottles of Fero-Tona, and 17 Packages of Nelson's Antacid Powder. Default decrees of condemnation and destruction. Ber-Mel [or 'Mels'] Inc.
October 15 and December 22, 1942 1107. Adulteration and misbranding of carbon tetrachloride. U. S. v. National Package Drugs, Inc. Plea of guilty. Fine, $2,000. National Package Drugs, Inc., St. Louis, Mo.
March 22, 1943; April 8, 1943 1156. Misbranding of Balm and Kru-Lax. U. S. v. Carl Fred Krueger (Oriental Laboratory) Plea of guilty. Fine, $200. Sentence of 6 months in jail suspended and defendant placed on probation for 3 years. Carl Fred Krueger, trading as the Oriental Laboratory, St. Louis, Mo.
April 21 and September 29, 1941 1158. Misbranding of Fruitola, Traxo, and Abbott Bros. Compound. U. S. v. 8 Dozen Packages of Fruitola, 3 1/2 Dozen Packages of Traxo, and 8 Packages of Abbott Bros. Compound. Decree of condemnation and destruction. Pinus Medicine Co.
December 18, 1943 1237. Misbranding of Jayne's Vermifuge. U. S. v. 71 Dozen Bottles of Jayne's Vermifuge. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Dr. D. Jayne and Son, Inc.
December 13, 1942, to January 24, 1943 1249. Misbranding of Es-A-Deen. U. S. v. Hugo Heinrich Julius Schaefex (American Research Laboratories and Schaefer Biological Laboratories). Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $200. Hugo Heinrich Julius Schaefer, an individual trading as the American Research Laboratories and as the Schaefer Biological Laboratories, St. Louis, Mo.
February 19, 1943 1275. Misbranding of Sinn-Vita Emulsion, Sinn-Vita No. 1, Sinn-Vita Inhalant, and Sinn-Vita No. 2. U. S. v. Herman D. Seekamp (Sinn-Vita Co.). Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $100. Herman D. Seekamp, trading as the Sinu-Vita Co., St. Louis, Mo.
April 5, 1944 1344 Misbranding of Heberlings Mineral Mixture with Yeast. U. S. v. 10 Bags of Heberlings Mineral Mixture with Yeast. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. G. C. Heberling Co.
December 19, 1944 1527. Adulteration of prophylactics. U. S. v. 49 Gross of Prophylactics. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Berg Sales Co.
August 4, 1944 1456. Adulteration of rhubarb root. U. S. v. 1 Barrel of Rhubarb Root. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. J. L. Hopkins & Co.
August 3, 1944 1481. Adulteration and misbranding of prophylactics. U. S. v. 38 Gross of Prophylactics. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Donald Beaumont
July 24 and September 13, 1944 1489. Misbranding of Major Brand B Complex Vitamin Tablets. U. S. v. 15 Cases of Major Brand B Complex Vitamin Tablets. Default decree of condemnation. Product ordered delivered to a charitable institution. Major Vitamins, Inc.
May 31, 1944 1490. Misbranding of Walban Vitamin B Complex and Walban A, B1, D, G (B2) Vitamin Pearls. U. S. v. 35 Display Units of Walban Vitamin B Complex and 23 Display Units of Walban A, B D, G (B2) Vitamin Pearls. Default decrees of condemnation. Products ordered delivered to charitable institutions. Walban Corporation
October 25, 1944 1616. Adulteration and misbranding of Hi-Test Vegetable Compound with Thiamin Chloride. U. S. v. 160 Cartons of Vegetable Compound with Thiamin Chloride. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Allied Pharmacal Co., from Cleveland, Ohio.
February 1 and 4, 1944 1646. Misbranding of ChaRem, Chamberlain Dry Dip, and Chamberlain 'Worm Expeller. U. S. v. F. B. Chamberlain Co. Pleas of nolo contendere on counts 1 and 3; plea of guilty on count 2. Fine, $625. F. B. Chamberlain Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
April 27 and 28, 1945 1671. Misbranding of estrogenic hormone. U. S. v. 87 Vials of Estrogenic Hormone. Default decree of condemnation. Product ordered delivered to a charitable organization. National Drug Co.
June 24; October 6, 1944 1688. Misbranding of Sep-Tone. U. S. v. Donald D. Dolan (Dolan Laboratories). Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $200. Donald D. Dolan, trading as the Dolan Laboratories, St. Louis, Mo.
January 30, 1945 1689. Misbranding of Illinois Special Sheep Medicine and Illinois Sun Rise Concentrate. U. S. v. 50 Bags of Illinois Special Sheep Medicine and 6 Bags of Illinois Sun Rise Concentrate. Consent decree of condemnation. Products ordered released under bond. Illinois Manufacturing Go. of Quincy, Quincy, Ill.
October 7, 1944 1702. Adulteration and misbranding of boric acid ointment. U. S. v. S. Pfeiffer Manufacturing Co. and John A. Mueller. Pleas of nolo contendere. Corporate defendant fined $200; individual defendant fined $20. S. Pfeiffer Manufacturing Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo., and John A. Mueller, plant manager for the corporation.
December 6, 1945 1705. Adulteration of buchu leaves. U. S. v. 3 Bales of Buchu Leaves. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. R. J. Prentiss and Co., from New York, N. Y.
October 13, 1945 1706. Adulteration of flaxseed. U. S. v. 14 Barrels of Flax Seed. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Bisbee Linseed Co., from Chicago Heights, Ill.
September 27, 1945 1729. Misbranding of Yogurt Culture. U. S. v. 9 Cartons of Yogurt Culture, and enclosed circulars. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Health Food Jobbers, from Chicago, Ill.
Between May 2 and September 5, 1945 1745. Misbranding of Dia-Tabs, Old Reliable Powder, and Ready-to-Use Inhalant Spray. U. S. v. 223 Boxes of Dia-Tabs, 60 Packages of Old Reliable Powder, and 25 Cans of Ready-to-Use Inhalant Spray. Default decrees of condemnation and destruction. G. E. Conkey Co.
February 25, 1943 1820. Adulteration of phenolsulfonphthalein. U. S. v. 118 Cartons of Phenolsulfonphthalein. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Pro-Medico Laboratories, Inc.
November 15, 1944 1832. Misbranding of Finley's Ginseng Compound. U. S. v. Samuel Eugene Williams (Finley Medical Co.). Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $50. Samuel Eugene Williams, trading as the Finley Medical Co., St. Louis, Mo.
April 9 and August 11, 1946 1906. Misbranding of Thunderbird Laxative Botanical Tablets. U. S. v. 380 Boxes, 360 Boxes, and 1 Bulk Container of Thunderbird Laxative Botanical Tablets. Default decrees of condemnation and destruction. Mrs. Ray C. Herbers (Madaline E. Ragan), the packer of the product.
October 30, 1943; January 12, 1945 1924. Adulteration and misbranding of absorbent cotton. U. S. v. American White Cross Laboratories. Plea of guilty. Fine, $1,200. American White Cross Laboratories, a corporation, Cape Girardeau, Mo.
April 10, 1946 1927. Adulteration and misbranding of prophylactics. U. S. v. 44 Gross of Prophylactics. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. World Merchandise Exchange, from New York, N. Y.
May 18, 1945 1928. Misbranding of Starke Inhaler and Starke Inhalant. U. S. v. Charles J. Crafe (Lewis E. Starke Pharmacal Co.). Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $25. Charles F. Crafe, trading as the Lewis E. Starke Pharmacal Co., St. Louis, Mo.
February 27; March 3, 1945 1965. Adulteration of belladonna and stramonium. U. S. v. 1,600 Pounds of Belladonna and 22 Bales of Stramonium. Consent decrees of condemnation. Products ordered released under bond. United Drug Co., from Roxbury, Mass.
November 6 and 8, 1946 2158. Adulteration and misbranding of Kao Drops. U. S. v. 383 Bottles. Kao Co., from Texarkana, Ark.
February 16, 1946 2180. Misbranding of Boncquet Tablets. U. S. v. 31 Bottles and a number of circulars. Boncquet Laboratories, from Glendale, Calif.
November 7, 1945, and June 21, 1946 2207. Adulteration of thiamine hydrochloride tablets. U. S. v. Rexall Drug Co. (United-Rexall Drug Co.). Plea of nolo contendere Fine, $1,500 Rexall Drug Co., a corporation, formerly trading as United-Rexall Drug Co., St. Louis, Mo.
July 25, 1946; June 30, 1946 2235. Misbranding of Cloro. U. S. v. 3 Cloro Devices and a number of circulars. Tried to the jury; directed verdict for the Government. Dr. H. E. Glaesner.
July 19, 22, 25, and 26, 1946 2251. Misbranding of sulfathlazole tablets, thyroid tablets, Seconal pulvules, and nembutal capsules. U. S. v. Carl P. Fletcher. Plea of guilty. Fine, $200. Carl P. Fletcher, manager of the Ellis Drug Store, Clayton, Mo.
May 31, 1946 2253. Misbranding of devices known as Anatatherm. U. S. v. 5 Devices. Miller Electro Research Laboratories, from Milwaukee, Wis.
November 25, 1947 2273. Adulteration and misbranding of Elastoplast Coverlets. U. S. v. 18 Boxes. Duke Laboratories, Inc., from Stamford, Conn.
January 12, 1944, to March 17, 1945 2310. Adulteration and alleged misbranding of drug tablets. U. S. v. Charles H. Dietz, Inc. Motion to dismiss overruled. Plea of guilty to counts charging adulteration fine, $350. Counts charging misbranding dismissed. Charles H. Dietz, Inc., St. Louis, Mo.
June 28, 1946 2317. Adulteration and misbranding of powdered belladonna leaves. U. S. v. 1 Drum. Allaire, Woodward & Co., from Peoria, Ill.
October 4, 1945 2393. Misbranding of Spectro-Chrome. U. S. v. 1 Device. Dinshah Spectro-Chrome Institute, from Newfield, N. J.
February 18; February 19, 1946; February 25, 1946 2405. Misbranding of Bush Mulso Tablets, Sulpho, Bush Endo-Veg, Garlic-Parsley Tablets, and Bush Lemo Tabs. U. S. v. 180 Packages, etc. Tried to the court. Judgment for the Government. Decree of condemnation and destruction. David V. Bush
July 18, 1946 2406. Misbranding of pile pipes. U. S. v. 702. Victor Metal Products Corp., from Brooklyn, N. Y.
August 25, 1948 2471. Adulteration and misbranding of prophylactics. U. S. v. 45 Gross. World Merchandise Exchange & Trading Co., Inc., from New York, NY.
April 20; September 30; October 9, 1946 2513. Adulteration and misbranding of Oleum Paracamphine, adulteration of thiamine hydrochloride tablets, and misbranding of Astringodyne. U. S. v. Saint Louis Pharmacal Co. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $400. Saint Louis Pharmacal Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
March 11; May 6, 1948 2536. Misbranding of National R Solution. U. S. v. 18 Bottles. National Drug Co., from Philadelphia, Pa.
June 11, 1948 2562. Adulteration of sodium salicylate and iodide with colchicine. U. S. v. 4 Cartons. -
January 29; June 4, 1948 2570. Adulteration and misbranding of Aquadiol. U. S. v. 46 Vials, etc. National Drug Co., from Philadelphia, Pa.
June 1; October 31, 1946 2623. Adulteration and misbranding of Estronat. U. S. v. 55 Vials. National Drug Co., from Philadelphia, Pa.
September 22, 1948 2630. Adulteration and misbranding of prophylactics. U. S. v. 72 Gross. Killashun Sales Division, from Akron, Ohio.
June 23; August 23; September 16; October 8, 1948 2684. Misbranding of Alberty's products. U. S. v. 6 Packages, etc. Alberty Food Products, from Hollywood, Calif.
April 26, 1948 2692. Misbranding of benzedrine sulfate tablets and thyroid tablets. U. S. v. Ray's Pharmacy, Ray S. Gresham, and Ben B. Western. Pleas of nolo contendere. Fine of $250 against pharmacy and $125 against each individual. Ray's Pharmacy, a partnership, Macon, Mo., and Ray S. Gresham and Ben B. Western, members of the partnership.
April 15, 24, and 26, 1948 2695. Misbranding of amytal and acetylsalicylic acid capsules, nembutal sodium capsules, and benadryl hydrochloride capsules. U. S. v. Richard C. Miller (Miller's Rexall Drug Store). Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $500. Richard C. Miller, trading as Miller's Rexall Drug Store, Macon, Mo.
December 30, 1948 2714. Misbranding of yeast capsules. U. S. v. 129 Boxes. Albert Christy
December 20, 1948; December 30, 1948 2733. Misbranding of Green Colored Transparent Plastic Strips, Bed Colored Transparent Plastic Strips, Albert Christy's F & K Capsules, Albert Christy's Vitamin A and C Capsules, Albert Christy's True Extract of Garlic Capsules, Albert Christy's Calvite Calcium Phosphorus and Vitamin D Capsules, and Albert Christy's Tocopherol Capsules. U. S. v. 31 Green Colored Transparent Plastic Strips, etc. Freshman Vitamin Co.; Albert Christy
January 17 and 18, 1949 2734. Misbranding of Sun-O-Ray Compound and Sun-O-Ray Inhalator. U. S. v. 93 Bottles, etc. George R. Thurman
March 15,1949 2771. Adulteration of Acid Iron Earth Water and Geo-Mineral. U. S. v. 6 Barrels, etc. W. L. Newcomb
March 5 and 9, 1948 2774. Adulteration and misbranding of Neo-Lixir and adulteration of So-Lix-Co. U. S. v. St. Louis Physicians Supply Co. and Leo D. Lillie. Pleas of guilty. Fine of $300 against each defendant. St. Louis Physicians Supply Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo., and Leo D. Lillie, president of the corporation.
May 26; June 2, 1948 2794. Misbranding of benzedrine sulfate tablets and benadryl hydrochloride kapseals. U. S. v. Harry Kaplan, pharmacist for Fienup's Drug Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $501. Harry Kaplan, a pharmacist for Fienup's Drug Co., St. Louis, Mo.
April 19, 1949 2837. Adulteration of Geo-Mineral. U. S. v. 18 Cases. McKesson & Bobbins, from Peoria, Ill.
February 2, 1948; February 1, 1948 2846. Misbranding of Veronica Water. U. S. v. 120 Bottles, etc. Veronica Sales Co., Ltd.
May 11, 1949 2864. Adulteration and misbranding of prophylactics. U. S. v. 41 Gross. Goodwear Rubber Co., from New York, N. Y.
March 3, 1949; March 8, 1949 2867. Misbranding of Dr. Shokunbi's Tree of Life F-218. U. S. v. 11 Bottles, etc. African Herb & Chemical Co., from Memphis, Tenn.
April 28, 1949 2902. Adulteration of thiamine hydrochloride injection. U. S. v. 16 Vials. -
April 27; May 16, 1949 2904. Adulteration and misbranding of bandages. U. S. v. 54 Packages. Surgical Dressings, Inc., from Boston, Mass.
August 9, 1948 2945. Misbranding of Thiacin. U. S. v. William Teffer (Thiacin Co.). Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $500. William Teffer, sales director of the Thiacin Co., a partnership, St. Louis, Mo.
June 10; July 8, 1949 2983. Misbranding of Sulphocol capsules. U. S. v. 251 Bottles. National Drug Co., from Philadelphia, Pa.
March 31, 1950 3199. Misbranding of Breed. U. S. v. 24 Pails. Breed, Inc., from Galesburg, Ill.
August 17, 1949; August 15 and 17, 1949; May 3224. Misbranding of thyroid tablets, Benzedrine Sulfate tablets, Sulfonamides Triplex tablets, diethylstilbestrol tablets, and pentobarbital sodium capsules. U. S. v. William G. Neu. Plea of guilty. Fine, $1,000. William G. Neu, a pharmacist for Neels Drugs, St. Louis, Mo.
August 4, 20, 22 3265. Misbranding of Triple Sulfonamides tablets, Dexedrine Sulfate tablets, diethylstilbestrol tablets, and pentobarbital sodium capsules. U. S. v. K Carl E. Neels. Plea of guilty. Fine, $1,100. Carl B. Neels, a pharmacist for Neels Dirugs, St. Iiouis, Mo.
September 26 and October 5,1949 3271. Misbranding of Missouri Brand Iron Quota tablets, Missouri Brand Golden Seal Plus Fennel tablets, and Missouri Brand Live Spot vitamin E capsules. U. S. v. 794 Bottles, etc. Lelord Kordel
July 11, 1950 3274. Adulteration of Areca nuts. U. S. v. 30 Bags. William E. Martin Co., from Peoria, IlI.
October 13, 1949, and September 15,1950 3294. Adulteration and misbranding of milk of magnesia tablets. U. S. v. 110 Cartons. Key Mfg. Co.
July 25, 1951 3794. Misbranding of In-Flam-Go. U. S. v. 60 Bottles, etc. In-Flam-Go Products Co., from Detroit, Mich.
October 14, 1952 3992. Misbranding of ultrasonic device. U. S. v. 1 Device. Porter Co., from Mt. Vernon, Ill.
February 18, 1952 3772. Adulteration and misbranding of vitamin B complex. U. S. v. 13 Cases. Delta Laboratories, from Inglewood, Calif.
January 12, 1953 4093. Adulteration and misbranding of estrogenic substances. U. S. v. 20 Cartoned Vials. -
August 15; September 17, 1951; May 22, 1951; May 22, 1951 4129. Adulteration and misbranding of Cal-D-Fer tablets and tablets of mannitol hexanitrate with phenobarbital and adulteration of triple sulfa tablets. U. S. v. Shaw Pharmacal Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $800. Shaw Pharmacal Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo. See also No. 4128.
December 16 and 24, 1952 4136. Misbranding of Vit-Ra-Tox No. 21. U. S. v. 25 Cartons, etc. V. E. Irons, Inc., from Franklin and Boston, Mass.
March 3, 1953 4149. Adulteration and misbranding of estrogens in oil. U. S. v. 15 Cartoned Vials. National Drug Co., from Philadelphia, Pa.
April 27, 1953 4196. Adulteration and misbranding of rubber prophylactics. U. S. v. 16 Cases. Killashun Sales Div., from Akron, Ohio.
May 10 and 20, 1953 4221. Misbranding of pentobarbital sodium capsules, diethylstilbestrol tablets, and tablets containing a mixture of sulfamerazine, sulfadiazine, and sulfathiazole. U. S. v. Eugene G. Barken. Plea of guilty. Fine, $300. Eugene G. Barken, pharmacist and manager of Barken's Delmar Loop Pharmacy, University City, Mo.
April 3; August 12; October 2; November 16, 1953 4312. Misbranding of ovarian substance desiccated powder. U. S. v. 23 Bottles, etc. Narco Drug Co., Inc.
March 18, 1943 1062. Adulteration and misbranding of sodium phosphate. U. S. v. 5 Cases of Sodium Phosphate. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. War Department
January 1, 1951 4392. Adulteration and misbranding of Eprinal. U. S. v. 270 Bottles, etc. -
July 15, 1953 4395. Misbranding of apple juice concentrate and chlorophyll formula. U. S. v. 83 Bottles, etc. El Rancho Adolphus Products, Inc., from Scranton, Pa.
August 31; September 17; October 8, 1953 4424. Misbranding of secobarbital sodium capsules, amphetamine sulfate tablets, methyltestosterone tablets, and capsules containing a mixture of secobarbital sodium and amobarbital sodium. U. S. v. James E. Neels. Plea of guilty. Fine $400. James E. Neels, a pharmacist for Neels Drugs, St. Louis, Mo.
December 8 and 23, 1953 4464. Misbranding of pentobarbital sodium capsules and amphetamine sulfate tablets. U. S. v. Harry Rosenbloom (Rosenbloom Cut Rate Drugs). Plea of guilty. Fine of $500, plus costs. Harry Eosenbloom, trading as Rosenbloom Cut Rate Drugs, St. Louis, Mo.
October 18; November 27; December 8 and 21, 1950; February 28, 1951 3478. Misbranding of Surin ointment. U. S. v. 17 Jars, etc. Katz Drug Co.
- 3545. Action to enjoin and restrain the altering of labeling and unlawful acts with respect to vitamin products while held for sale after shipment in interstate commerce. U. S. v. Vitamin Store of Missouri and Louis E. Krawitz and Miriam W. Krawitz. Injunction granted. Vitamin Store of Missouri, a partnership, St. Louis, Mo., and Louis E. Krawitz and Miriam W. Krawitz, partners
March 21, 1940 647. Misbranding of Poul-Tre-Tone and Pep-O-Tone. U. S. v. Gliatta Laboratories, Inc. Plea of guilty. Fine, $100. Gliatta Laboratories, Inc., St. Charles, Mo.
November 6 and December 5, 1941 707. Misbranding of Kails Capsules. U. S. v. 2 3/4 Dozen Packages and 9 3/4 Dozen Packages of Kalis Capsules. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Kalis Products
October 22, 1941, and January 21, 1942 714. Misbranding of Spicer's Compound, U. S. v. 117 Bottles of Spicer's Compound. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Charles B. Spicer Co.
May 12, 13, 22, and 26, 1949 3327. Misbranding of pentobarbital sodium capsules and sulfathiazole tablets. U. S. v. Morris Dunn (Dunn Drug Store). Plea of guilty. Fine of $200 and sentence of 8 months in jail; jail sentence suspended and defendant placed on probation for 3 years. Morris Dunn, trading as the Dunn Drug Store, St. Louis., Mo.
June 29, 1950 3374. Adulteration and misbranding of prophylactics. U. S. v. 8 Gross. Star Sales Co., from New Orleans, La.
December 28 and 29, 1949; January 9, 10, and 12, 1950 3410. Misbranding of thyroid tablets, diethylstilbestrol tablets, Amytal tablets, sulfadiazine and sodium bicarbonate tablets, and sulfathiazole tablets. U. S. v. Seybold Drug Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $700. Seybold Drug Co., a corporation, Poplar Bluff, Mo.
January 9 and 11, 1950 3411. Misbranding of sulfadiazine and sodium bicarbonate tablets and thyroid tablets. U. S. v. John Frederick Borth, Jr. Plea of guilty. Fine, $200. John Frederick Borth, Jr., manager and pharmacist for Borth's Rexall Drug Store, (Poplar Bluff, Mo.)
December 28, 1949; January 10, 1950 3412. Misbranding of sulfadiazine tablets and Nembutal Sodium capsules. U. S. v. John Frederick Borth, Sr. Plea of guilty. Fine, $200. John Frederick Borth, Sr., manager of the Martin Drug Co., Poplar Bluff, Mo.
December 15, 1950; January 8, 9, 11, 12, and 22, 1951 3415. Misbranding of Tran tablets. U. S. v. 57 Boxes, etc. Atlas Pharmaceutical Distributing Co., Inc., from Chicago, Ill.
4161-51 3433. Adulteration and misbranding of clinical thermometers. U. S. v. 120. Ideal Thermometer Co., Inc., from Brooklyn, N. Y.
January 20, 24, and 26, 1949 3084. Misbranding of Seconal sodium capsules, thyroid tablets, pentobarbital sodium capsules, and Metandren Linguets. U. S. v. Jack Golder (Pine Lawn Cut Rate Drugs). Plea of guilty. Fine, $500. Jack Golder, trading as Pine Lawn Cut Rate Drugs, at Pine Lawn, Mo.
May 26 and June 29, 1949 3085. Misbranding of Seconal sodium capsules, pentobarbital sodium capsules, phenobarbital tablets, thyroid tablets, and sulfadiazine tablets. U. S. v. Homer McCracken (McCracken Drug Store). Motions overruled to suppress evidence and to dismiss information. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $500. Homer McCracken, trading as the McCracken Drug Store, St. Louis, Mo.
March 16, 1950 3134. Adulteration and misbranding of adhesive bandages. U. S. v. 1,978 Cartons, etc. Seamless Rubber Co., New Haven, Conn.
June 14; July 7; August 9, 19, 21, 22, and 23, 1949 3143. Misbranding of dextro-amphetamine phosphate tablets, sulfadiazine tablets, Tuinal capsules, Seconal sodium capsules, and Dexedrine sulfate Tablets. U. S. v. Weipert Drug Co., a corporation, and James V. Cockrum, Clyde Frick, and Alfred Hoffman. Plea of guilty for corporation; pleas of nolo contendere for individual defendants. Fine of $2,000 against corporation; sentences suspended against individual defendants and these defendants placed on probation for 1 year. James V. Cockrum, secretary and pharmacist, and Clyde Frick and Alfred Hoffman, pharmacists, for the corporation.
January 28 and 31, 1949 3148. Misbranding of Sun-O-Ray Compound and Sun-O-Ray Inhalator. U. S. v. George R. Thurman (Sun-O-Ray Products). Plea of nolo contendere. Fine of $10, plus costs, and sentence of 1 hour in custody of United States marshal. George R. Thurman, trading as Sun-O-Ray Products, St. Louis, Mo.
July 7, 21, and 25; August 21 and 24, 1949 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. Harry W. Schaum Drug Co., a partnership, St. Louis, Mo., and Harry W. Schaum and Howard H. W. Schulze, partners and pharmacists.
August 6, 1949 3178. Misbranding of Farador device. U. S. v. 1 Device. E. S. Bobbins Forwarding Co., from Englewood, Ohio.
May 15, 1946 2065. Adulteration of Ve-Ta-Co. U. S. v. S. Pfeiffer Manufacturing Co. Pleaof guilty. Fine, $1,000. S. Pfeiffer Manufacturing Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
April 18 and August 24, 1945 2097. Misbranding of adhesive tape and adhesive bandages. U. S. v. 130 Packages of Adhesive Tape and 10 Packages of Adhesive Bandages. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Gotham Aseptic Laboratory Co... Inc.
October 27, 1939 ; March 19. 1940 ; June 30, 1940 50. Misbranding of deodorant creams. U. S. v. 11 1/3 Dozen Tubes of Fresh No. 1 Deodorant and 34 1/4 Dozen Jars of Fresh. No. 2 Non-Perspirant Vanishing Cream. Default decrees of condemnation and destruction. Pharma-Craft Corporation
March 12 and 31, 1941 53. Adulteration of heatless method of permanent waving. U. S. v. 7 Cartons, 1 Carton, and 1 Loose Unit of Willat Method of Heatless Permanent Waving. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. American Yvette Co.
April 11, 22, and 24, 1941 94. Misbranding of shaving cream. U. S. v. 10 2/3 Gross Packages of Shapleigh's Lily of the Valley Shaving Cream. Consent decree of condemnation. Product ordered released under bond to be repackaged. Shapleigh Hardware Co.
January 28 and February 13, 1946 144. Misbranding of cold cream. U. S. v. Benjamin Ansehl Co. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $100. Benjamin Ansehl Co.
July 9, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 273, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF POWDERED MILK. Ekenberg Milk Products Company, Cortland, N. Y.
October 26, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 274, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. MISBRANDING OF VINEGAR. Harbauer-Marleau Company, Toledo, Ohio
October 12, 1908, and October 30, 1908 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 275, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. MISBRANDING OF COFFEE. C. F. Blanke Tea & Coffee Company, St. Louis, Mo.
January 29, 1908 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 173, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. MISBRANDING OF STOCK FEED. Hunter Bros. Milling Company
- NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 184, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. MISBRANDING OF A DRUG "RADOL." Dennis Rupert Dupuis
October 31, 1907 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 194, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF LEMON EXTRACT. Edward Westen Tea & Spice Company
April 29, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 195, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF VINEGAR. A. Braun Manufacturing Company, a corporation of St. Louis, Mo.
- SUPPLEMENT TO NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 195, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. MISBRANDING OF VINEGAR. A. Braun Manufacturing Co., of St. Louis, Mo.
December 9, 1907 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 210, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF PEPPER. Hanley & Kinsella Coffee & Spice Company
January 15, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 242, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF VANILLA EXTRACT. Blanke-Baer Chemical Co.
June 3, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 246, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF STRAWBERRY FLAYOR. Warner-Jenkinson Company
October 26, 1907 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 301, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF VANILLA FLAYOR. St. Louis Coffe & Spice Mills
April 2,1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 325, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. MISBRANDING OF SYRUP. Rigney & Company, of Brooklyn, N. Y.
August 16 and September 7, 1907 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 339, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF FLAVORING EXTRACTS. Forbes Bros. Tea & Spice Company
March 20, 1909, and June 8, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 366, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. MISBRANDING OF A DRUG "MOTHER'S FRIEND." Bradfield Regulator Company, Atlanta, Ga.
March 20, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 372, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. MISBRANDING OF CHERRY SYRUP. Lima Fruit Juice Company of Lima, Ohio
October 13, 1908 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 410, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. MISBRANDING OF CANNED CORN "BEN HUR" BRAND. SHORT WEIGHT. -
June 10, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 471, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF CANNED CORN. Louis Rosen and M. J. Flarsheim, doing business under the firm name of Rosen & Flarsheim, St. Louis, Mo.
October 15, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 476, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. MISBRANDING OF JAM. St. Louis Syrup and Preserving Company, St. Louis, Mo.
October 16, 1908 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 496, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. MISBRANDING OF PLASTER PAD. F. J. Stuart, doing business as Stuart Plaster-Pad Company, St. Louis, Mo.
July 2 and August 8,1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 635, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. MISBRANDING OF A DRUG PRODUCT CANCER CURE. A. J. Miller, St. Louis, Mo.
June 25, 1910 2789. Misbranding of strawberry ade syrup. U. S. v. National Pickle & Canning Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $10. National Pickle & Canning Co., Dodson Braun Branch, a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
December 14, 1910 2797. Alleged misbranding of coffee. U. S. v. C. F. Blanke Tea & Coffee Co. Tried to a jury. Verdict of not guilty. C. F. Blanke Tea & Coffee Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
June 2, 1911 2822. Adulteration and misbranding of peach brandy. U. S. v. Emil Nathan and E. D. Ullman (American Supply Co.). Pleas of guilty. Fine, $10 and costs. Emil Nathan and E. T. Ullman, copartners, doing business under the firm name and style of American Supply Co., St. Louis, Mo.
November 11, 1911 2894. Adulteration and misbranding of ammonium salicylate compound tablets. U. S. v. John T. Milliken & Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $20 and costs. John T. Milliken, doing business under the firm name and style of John T. Milliken & Co., St. Louis, Mo.
January 9, 1912 2902. Misbranding of port wine. U. S. v. A. Graf Distilling Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $5 and costs. A. Graf Distilling Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
March 13, 1912 2930. Adulteration and misbranding of cordials. U. S. v. Pure Food Distilling Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $100 and costs. Pure Food Distilling Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
July 25, 1912 2988. Adulteration and misbranding of vanilla extract. U. S. v. West India Manufacturing Co. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $20 and costs. West India Manufacturing Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
July 25, 1912 2999. Adulteration and misbranding of vanilla flavor. U. S. v. West India Mfg. Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $20. West India Mfg. Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
August 2, 1912 3016. Adulteration and misbranding of vanilla extract. U. S. v. Blanke-Baer Chemical Co. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $20 and costs. Blanke-Baer Chemical Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
- 3104. Adulteration of salmon. U. S. v. 300 Cases of Salmon. Decree of condemnation by default. Product ordered destroyed. A. B. Field & Co., San Francisco, Cal.
July 10, 1913 3161. Adulteration and misbranding of wine. U. S. v. 2 Barrels of Wine. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Sweet Valley Wine Co.
July 19, 1913 3162. Adulteration and misbranding of wine. U. S. v. 3 Barrels of Wine. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. A. Schmidt, Jr., & Bros. Wine Co., Sandusky, Ohio.
April 11, 1913 3164. Adulteration and misbranding of wine. U. S. v. 13 Oases of Wine. Default decree of forfeiture, condemnation, and. destruction. Sweet Valley Wine Co., Sandusky, Ohio
- 3219. Adulteration and misbranding of beer. U. S. v. 80 Cases of Bottled Beer. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. East St. Louis-New Athens Brewing Co., New Athens, Ill.
October 27, 1913 3237. Adulteration of tomato pulp. U. S. v. 200 Cases of Tomato Pulp. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Roberts Bros.
March 8, 1911 3287. Misbranding of confectionery. U. S. v. Candy Bros. Mfgr. Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $10 and costs. Candy Bros. Mfg. Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
July 15, 1912 3370. Adulteration and misbranding of cider, U. S. v. The Elk Bottling Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $20 and costs. Elk Bottling Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
August 26, 1911 3412. Adulteration and misbranding of asafetida. U. S. v. Meyer Bros. Drug Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $50 and costs. Meyer Bros. Drug Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
September 26, 1911 3415. Adulteration and misbranding of vinegar. U. S. v. National Pickle & Canning Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $10. National Pickle & Canning Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
February 9, 1912 3416. Adulteration of extract of cloves and extract of wintergrreen. U. S. v. Warner-Jenkinson Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $25 on first and eleventh counts of information; all other connts dismissed by United States attorney. Warner-Jenkinson Co., St. Louis, Mo.
February 29, 1912 3418. Adulteration and misbranding of lemon and orange extracts. U. S. v. Warner-Jenkinson Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $20. Warner-Jenkinson Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
July 24, 1912 3420. Adulteration and misbranding of cream. U. S. v. Henry Klocke. Plea of guilty. Fine, $20 and costs. Henry Klocke, Ewing, Mo.
July 23, 1912 3422. Adulteration and misbranding of cream. U. S. v. Farmers' & Merchants' Creamery Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $20 and costs. Farmers' & Merchants' Creamery Co., a corporation, Palmyra, Mo.
July 23, 1912 3424. Adulteration and misbranding of cream. U. S. v. Albert W. Anderson. Plea of guilty. Fine, $20 and costs. Albert W. Anderson, Swing, Mo.
June 10, 1911 3429. Misbranding of jellies and preserves. U. S. v. National Pickle & Canning Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $140. National Pickle & Canning Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
April 10, 1912 3430. Adulteration and misbranding of whisky. U. S. v. Pure Food Distilling Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $50 and costs. Pure Food Distilling Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
April 10, 1912 3431. Adulteration and misbranding of whisky. U. S. v. Pure Food Distilling Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $50 and costs. Pure Food Distilling Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
March 28, 1912 3432. Adulteration and misbranding of so-called apple brandy and so-called peach brandy. U. S. v. Kellerstrass Distilling Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $100 and costs. Kellerstrass Distilling Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
July 1, 1912 3433. Adulteration and misbranding of soluble lemon flavor. U. S. v. West India Manufacturing Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Pine, $20 and costs. West India Manufacturing Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
- 3442. Adulteration of canned tomatoes. U. S. v. 500 Gases of Canned Tomatoes. Consent decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. James Wallace Packing Co.
- 3443. Adulteration of tomatoes. U. S. v. 496 Cases of Canned Tomatoes. Consent decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. James Wallace Packing Co.
December 16, 1912 3444. Adulteration and misbranding of apple and peach brandy. U. S. v. L. & A. Scharff Distilling Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $30. L. & A. Scharff Distilling Co., a corporation doing business under the name of Consumers Distributing Co., St. Louis, Mo.
March 12, 1913 3445. Adulteration and misbranding of so-called sweet oil. U. S. v. F. W. Stute and George Van Ronzelen (Stute & Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $20. F. W. Stute and George Van Ronzelen, a copartnership doing business under the firm name and style of Stute & Co., St. Louis, Mo.
- 3459. Adulteration and misbranding of beer. U. S. v. 60 Cases, More or Less, of Bottled Beer. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released on bond. Cairo Brewing Co.
April 2, 1914 3477. Misbranding of cottonseed salad oil. U. S. v. 16 Cases of Cottonseed Salad Oil. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released on bond. A. Lume & Co.
May 13, 1914 3478. Misbranding of evaporated milk. U. S. v. 100 Cases of Evaporated Milk. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released on bond. United Bakers' Supply Co.
March 13, 1911 4039. Adulteration of confectionery. U. S. v. National Candy Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $10 and costs. National Candy Co., a corporation, having a place of business at St. Louis, Mo.
September 11, 1912 4128. Misbranding of " Sayman's Vegetable Liniment Compound." U. S. v. Thomas M. Sayman. Plea of guilty. Fine, $50 and cost. Thomas M. Sayman, St. Louis, Mo.
October 27, 1914 4129. Adulteration of desiccated egg product. U. S. v. 2 Barrels of Desiccated Egg Product. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Consolidated Egg Co., Dallas, Tex.
November 2, 1914 4135. Adulteration of catsup. U. S. v. 334 Cases of Tomato Catsup. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. -
December 23, 1912 4154. Misbranding of "Smith's Kidney Remedy." U. S. v. Abner Harvey Duncan (Smith Medicine Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $10 and costs. Abner Harvey Duncan, trading as the Smith Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo.
February 8, 1914 4176. Misbranding of " Mag-No Brand Linament." U. S. v. Leslie A Knight (Mag-No Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $10 and costs. Leslie A. Knight, trading under the name and style of the Mag-No Co., St. Louis, Mo.
July 10, 1912 4330. Adulteration and misbranding of cider. U. S. v. Jacob Shucart (National Bottling Co.). Tried to the court and a jury. Verdict of guilty. Defendant's motion in arrest of judgment sustained and new trial awarded. Jacob Shucart, doing business under the name of National Bottling Co., St. Louis, Mo.
March 18, 1913 4373. Misbranding of " Collins' Ague Remedy," Swaim's Panacea," and " Swayne's Panacea." U. S. v. James F. Ballard. Plea of guilty. Fine, $30 and costs. James F Ballard, St. Louis, Mo.
January 14, 1913 4400. Misbranding of " Renne's Pain Killing Oil." U. S. v. James F. Ballard, trading as Dr. Herrick Family Medicine Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $10 and costs. James F. Ballard, trading as Dr. Herrick Family Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo
September 19, 1913 4424. Misbranding of " Classe's Great Penetrating Liniment." U. S. v. William P. Diggs W. P. Diggs & Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $10 and costs. William P. Diggs, trading as W. P. Diggs & Co., St. Louis, Mo.
February 26, 1915 4431. Adulteration of tomato pulp. U. S. v. 200 Cases of Tomato Pulp. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. -
December 24, 1912 4455. Misbranding of " Dr. B. F. Sherman's Compound Prickly Ash Bitters." U. S. v. The Prickly Ash Bitters Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $10 and costs. Prickly Ash Bitters Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
October 31, 1914 4488. Adulteration of tomato puree. U. S. v. 400 Cases of Tomato Puree. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. H. E. Scheid, Covinton, Ind.
November 1, 1913 4489. Misbranding of " Classe's Cough Syrup." U. S. v. William P. Diggs (W. P. Diggs & Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $10 and costs. William P. Diggs, trading as W. P. Diggs & Co., St. Louis, Mo.
May 28, 1915 4494. Adulteration of canned salmon. U. S. v. 189 Cases of Salmon. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. -
March 20, 1913 4507. Misbrandings of " Thomas Pennyroyal Tansy and Cotton Root Pills," "Arthur (Bicks) Pine Tax Honey Horehound and "Wild Cherry," " Bicks Quick Pile Remedy," " Bick's Nerve and Brain Tonic," " Bick's Laxative Syrup of Figs with Syrup of Pepsin," and "Arthur's Sexual Tablets." U. S. v. Palestine Drug Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $45. Palestine Drug Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
January 9, 1913 4508. Misbranding of " Succus Cineraria Maritima (Comp.)." U. S. v. Walker Pharmacal Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $10 and costs. Walker Pharmacal Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
October 20, . 1915 4646. Adulteration of canned pork and beans. U. S. v. 93 Cases of Pork, and Beans. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. -
September 17, 1915 4656. Adulteration of tomato puree. U. S. v. 200 Cases of Tomato Puree. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Owensboro Canning Co., Owensboro, Ky.
September 11, 1915 4681. Adulteration of canned pork and beans. U. S. v. 50 Cases ot Pork and Beans. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Thomas Canning Co., Grand Rapids, Mich.
November 12, 1915 4682. Adulteration of canned pork and beans. U. S. v. 50 Cases of Pork and Beans. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Gibson Canning Co., Gibson City, Ill.
October 12, 1915 4684. Adulteration of canned pork and beans. U. S. v. 140 Cases of Pork and Beans. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Thomas Canning Co., Grand Rapids, Mich.
- 4818. Adulteration of oats. U. S. v. Marshall, Hall & Waggoner Grain Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $30 and costs. Marshall, Hall & Waggoner Grain Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
September 27, 1913 4822. Alleged adulteration and misbranding of apples. U. S. v. John Johnson, trading as J. Johnson & Co. Tried to the court and a jury. Verdict of not guilty by direction of the court. John Johnson, trading as J. Johnson & Co., St. Louis, Mo.
December 14, 1912 4840. Misbranding of Texas Wonder. U. S. v. Ernest W. Hall. Tried to the court and a jury. Verdict of acquittal by direction of court. Ernest W. Hall, St. Louis, Mo.
March 4, 1915 4844. Adulteration and misbranding of pepper. U. S. v. The C. F. Blanke Tea and Coffee Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $80 and costs. C. P. Blanke Tea & Coffee Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
June 13, 1913 4859. Misbranding of " Cure of Pain Dr. A. Coyle's Celebrated Liniment." U. S. v. Allen F. McCord, trading as the Dr. A. Coyle Medicine Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $10 and costs. Allen F. McCord, trading as the Dr. A. Coyle Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo.
January 26, 1915 4886. Adulteration and misbranding of pepper. U. S. v. The Great Eastern Coffee & Tea Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $20 and costs. Great Eastern Coffee & Tea Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
July 29, 1914 4908. Adulteration of eggs. U. S. v. Edward G. Mattox (Eureka Commission Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $10 and costs. Edward G. Mattox, trading as Eureka Commission Co., St. Louis, Mo.
April 12, 1913 4913. Misbranding of " White Pine Expectorant " and " White Pine Balsam." U. S. v. Allan-Pfeiffer Chemical Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $40 and costs. Allan-Pfeiffer Chemical Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
October 14, 1915 4924. Adulteration of lentils. U. S. v. 85 Bags of Lentils. Consent decree ordering destruction of portion product and release of balance under bond. Ignatius Gross Co., New York, N. Y.
April 15, 1915 4953. Adulteration of dried chili peppers. U. S. v. 204 Bags of Dried Chili Peppers. Consent decree. Product ordered released on bond. Wm. Schotten Coffee Co., St Louis, Mo.
August 22, 1914 4985. Adulteration and misbranding of evaporated apples. U. S. v. R. E. Funsten Dried Fruit & Nut Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $110. R. E. Funsten Dried Fruit & Nut Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
March 13, 1913 4988. Misbranding of " Maguire's Extract of Benne Plant and Catechu Compound." U. S. v. J. & C. Maguire Medicine Co., a corporation. Tried to the court and a jury. Verdict of guilty. Fine, $200 and costs. J. & C. Maguire Medicine Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
January 7, 1918 6506. Adulteration of beans with tomato sauce. U. S. v. 336 Cases of Canned Beans with Tomato Sauce. Default deeree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Herman Girlinsky and Morris Meyer, Omaha, Nebr.
April 10, 1917, and April 6, 1917 6659. Misbranding of macaroni and spaghetti. U. S. v. Mercurio Brothers Spaghetti Mfg. Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $65 and costs. Mercurio Brothers Spaghetti Manufacturing Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
August 22, 1916 6683. Adulteration of cottonseed meal. U. S. v. East St. Louis Cotton Oil Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $100 and costs. East St. Louis Cotton Oil Co., a corporation, doing business at Caruthersville, Mo.
April 3, 1918 6695. Adulteration of gelatin. U. S. v. 1 Barrel of Alleged Gelatin. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered released on bond. Creamery Dairy Co., San Antonio, Tex.
April 9, 1918 6703. Adulteration of boneless herring. U. S. v. 837 Boxes of Boneless Herring. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Good portion ordered released, unfit portion destroyed. J. C. Pike
June 8, 1918 6741. Adulteration and misbranding of evaporated millc. U. S. v. 200 Cases of Evaporated Milk. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered released on bond. Aviston Condensed Milk Co.
June 8, 3917 6746. Adulteration and inisbianding of Sweet-Heart-Cherry. U.S. v. Robert L. Horton, John T. Windhorst, and Albert R. Walker (Foss Fruit Syrup Co.). Plea of guilty by Rpbert L. Horton. Fine, $50 and costs. Nolle prosequi as to other defendants. Robert L. Horton, John T. Windhorst, and Albert R. Walker, trading as the Foss Fruit Sjrup Co., St. Louis, Mo.
September 6, 3918 6898. Adulteration and misbranding of canned tomatoes. U. S. v. 999 Cases of Canned Tomatoes. Product ordered released on bond. Sunbright Canning Co.
September 10, 1918 6918. Alleged adulteration of catsup. U. S. v. 1,038 Cases of Tabasco Flavor Catsup. Tried to the court and a jury. Verdict for claimant. Product ordered released. Brooks Tomato Products Co.
February 19, 1920 8548. Misbranding of Hobo Kidney and Bladder Remedy. U. S. v. 69 Bottles of Hobo Kidney and Bladder Remedy. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Hobo Medicine Co., Shreveport, La.
March 5, 1919 8560. Misbranding of Gillen's Cholera Remedy. U. S. v. 8 Cases of Gillen's Cholera Remedy. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released on bond. United Stock Remedies Co., Atlanta, Ga.
September 29, and December 4, 1919 8566. Misbranding of Pepso-Laxatone. U. S. v. 7 1/2 Dozen Bottles of Pepso-Laxatone. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Burlingame Chemical Co., Los Angeles. Calif.
January 16. 1918 8581. Misbranding of Meyer's Red Diamond Kidney Tablets and Meyer's Red Diamond Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla with Iodide of Potassium. U. S. v. Meyer Bros. Drug Co., a Corporation. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $25 and costs. Meyer Bros. Drug Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
March 4, 1919, March 25, 1919, and March 16, 1919 8682. Adulteration and misbranding of gelatin. U. S. v. W. B. Wood Mfg. Co., a. Corporation, and W. B. Wood. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $250 and costs. W. B. Wood Mfg. Co., a corporation, and W. B. Wood, St. Louis, Mo.
March 19, 1920 8707. Adulteration of tomato puree. U. S. v. 24 Cases of Tomato Puree. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. W. B. Newlon Co., Crowley, Colo.
March 26, 1920 8709. Misbranding of Stopsit. U. S. v. 10 Bottles of Stopsit, Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. O. K. Horner, Brazil, Ind.
March 6, 1910 8741. Misbranding of Lallemand's Rheumatism, Gout, and Neuralgia Treatment. U. S. v. Meyer Bros. Drug Co., a Corporation. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $25 and costs. Meyer Bros. Drug Co., St. Louis, Mo.
December 2, 191S 8755. Misbranding of dried brewers' grains. U. S. v. . & E. Neumond, a Corporation. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $25 and costs. K. & E. Neumond, a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
March 3, 1919 8767. Adulteration and misbranding of gelatin. U. S. v. W. B. Wood Mfg. Co., a Corporation, and W. B. Wood. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $100. W. B Wood Mfg. Co. and W. B. Wood
September 6, 1919 8773. Allege adulteration and misbranding of tomatoes. U. S. v. 2,967 Cases of Tomatoes. Tried to the court and a jury. Verdict for claimant. Andrews Packing Co.
October 24, 1917 8794. Misbranding of macaroni. U. S. v. V. Viviano & Bros., a Corporation. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $25 and costs. V. Viviano & Bros., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
October 7, 1918, and November 4, 1918 8852. Adulteration and misbranding of Orange Jooj. U. S. v. The Orange Julep Co., alias Orange Smile Sirup Co., a Corporation. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $200 and costs. Orange Julep Co., alias Orange Smile Sirup Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
November 2, 1918 8855. Adulteration and misbranding of gelatin. U. S. v. W. B. Wood. Plea of nolo contendere. Plea of $25 on each, of counts 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, and 8, a total of $17 and costs. Count 4 dismissed. W. B. Wood, St. Louis, Mo.
November 7, 1918 8856. Adulteration of compound black pepper. U. S. v. Hanley & Kinsella Coffee and Spice Co., a Corporation. Plea of nolo contendere to first count. Second count dismissed. Fine, $25 and costs. Hanley & Kinsella Coffee and Spice Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
September 28, 1917 8863. Adulteration of milk. U. S. v. Joseph H. Niebur. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $75 and costs. Joseph H. Niebur, Breese, Ill.
September 28, 1917 8864. Adulteration of milk. U. S. v. John H. Schulte. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $75 and costs. John H. Schulte, Breese. Ill.
September 29, 1917 8865. Adulteration of milk. U. S. v. Louden & Co., a Cernoration. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $75 and costs. Louden & Co., a corporation, Louden Station, Ill.
- 8867. Adulteration of milk. U. S. v. George C. Taylor. Plea of nolo contendere to counts 1 and 3. Counts 2 and 4 dismissed. Fine, $50 and costs. George C. Taylor, Mulberry Grove, Ill.
January 15, 1919 8930. Adulteration of sage. U. S. v. 2 Casks and 1 Case of Sage. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Edward Westen Tea & Spice Co.
May 16, 1919 8931. Adulteration of Chili peppers. U. S. v. 83 Sacks of Chili Peppers. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered released on bond. C. F. Blanke Tea & Coffee Co., St. Louis, Mo.
November 25, 1918 8932. Adulteration of tomato puree. U. S. v. 1,400 Cases of Tomato Puree. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Morgantown Packing Co., Portland, Ind.
June 35, 1920 8943. Misbranding of Chase's Nerve Pills. U. S. v. 10 Packages of Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Pills. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Dr. A. W. Chase Medicine Co., Buffalo. N. Y.
November 26, 1918 8961. Misbranding of Pabst's Okay Specific. U. S. v. 11 Dozen Bottles of Pabst's Okay Specific. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Pabst Chemical Co., Chicago, Ill.
February 19 and April 17, 1919 8980. Adulteration of ground marjoram. U. S. v. 1 Drum and 1 Drum of Ground Marjoram. Default decrees of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Morris & Co., Oklahoma City, Okla.
April 10, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 698, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF STRAWBERRY JAM AND QUINCE JAM. St. Louis Syrup and Preserving Company
October 23, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 699, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF CORN SYRUP AND SORGHUM COMPOUND. St. Louis Syrup and Preserving Company, St. Louis, Mo.
December 1, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 700, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF PEACH PRESERVES. St. Louis Syrup and Preserving Company, St. Louis, Mo.
November 19, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 701, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF BLACKBERRY PRESERYES. St. Louis Syrup and Preserving Company, St. Louis. Mo.
March 17, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 702, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF APPLE BUTTER. St. Louis Syrup and Preserving Company
August 3, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 703, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF PRESERVES. (COLUMBIA BRAND COMPOUND GLUCOSE PRESERVES.) St. Louis Syrup and Preserving Company, St. Louis, Mo.
November 17, 1908 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 728, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. MISBRANDING OF LINSEED MEAL. Robert B. Brown Oil Company, Incorporated
February 12, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 729, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. MISBRANDING OF CHICK FEED. W. F. Chamberlain Feed Company, Incorporated
January 20, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 730, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF VANILLA EXTRACT. Shepard Baking Powder Company, Incorporated, 76012No.
April 27, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 731, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF COLA SYRUP. Mound City Extract Company, Incorporated
November 12, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 732, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION OF TOMATO CATSUP. Dodson-Braun Manufacturing Company, Incorporated
April 7, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 733, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF EXTRACT OF "MESSINA LEMON." Warner-Jenkinson Company, Incorporated
January 10, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 738, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF FLAVORING EXTRACTS. Meyer Brothers Drug Company (Incorporated)
October 19, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 739, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF FLAVORING EXTRACTS. Western Candy and Bakers Supply Company, Incorporated
January 29, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 740, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF VANILLA EXTRACT. Shepard Baking Powder Company, Incorporated
May 3, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 741, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF SOFT DRINKS. (GINGEB ALE AND COCA CREAM.) American Beverage Company, Incorporated
April 28, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 742, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF SOFT DRINKS. (COCA CREAM AND PEPSETTE.) American Beverage Company, Incorporated
March 1, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 747, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION OF A DESICCATED EGG PRODUCT. St. Louis Crystals Egg Company, Incorporated
January 26, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 748, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF OATS. Pendleton Grain Company, Incorporated
January 24, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 749, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF OATS. Pendleton Grain Company, Incorporated
January 22, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 752, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF OATS. Pendleton Grain Company, Incorporated
February 22, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 783, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. MISBRANDING OF OLIVE OIL. Pietro Viviano, Salvatore Viviano, Giovanni Viviano, and Guiseppe Viviano, doing business as S. Viviano & Bros.
August 21, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 784, FOODS AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF A DRUG PRODUCT " KOLA " SYRUP. Warner-Jenkinson Company, Incorporated
August 26., 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 785, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF " RED SEAL" COLA QUEEN SYRUP. Warner-Jenkinson Company, Incorporated
November 11, 1908 NOTICF OF JUDGMENT NO. 796, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF APPLE PHOSPHATE. Warner Jenkinson Company, Incorporated
April 30, 1910 NOTICE OP JUDGMENT NO. 931, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. MISBRANDING OF A DRUG PRODUCT " CHANDLER'S HEADACHE BUTTONS." Chandler Medicine Company, Incorporated
October 13, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 932, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF VANILLA FLAVOR. Louis Goetzman and Frederick Goetzman, trading as Goetzman Brothers, St. Louis, Mo.
October 24, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1232. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF LAXATIVE BORO PEPSIN. Senoret Chemical Co., a corporation, of St. Louis, Mo.
June 18, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1245. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF EVAPORATED APPLES. Hofmann Bros. Produce Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
May 12, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1278. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF MACARONI. Maull Bros., St. Louis, Mo.
- NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1345. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF AUNT JEMIMA'S SUGAR CREAM. Rigney & Co
- NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1352. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF CATSUP. Frazier Packing Co., Elwood, Ind.
May 3, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1361. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF RICE. Edward Westen Tea & Spice Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
September 9, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1362. (Given pursuant to section i of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF SWEET CIDER. Tip Top Bottling Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
October 29, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1367. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF CLYMER'S TABLE SEEROP TEMTORS. St. Louis Syrup & Preserving Co
April 22, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1399. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Pood and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF MOLASSES TEMTORS. St. Louis Syrup & Preserving Co
February 16, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1400. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF APPLE BUTTER. St. Louis Syrup & Preserving Co
November 31, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1435. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF APRICOT AND BLACKBERRY BRANDY. Pure Food Distilling Co
May 23, 1908 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1438. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF PRESERVED WHOLE EGG. Hipolite Egg Co.
February 7, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1443. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF TURPENTINE. American Coffee Co
- NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1506. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF CONFECTIONERY. Dilling & Co.
October 7, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1518. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF CONFECTIONERY. Dilling & Co.
October 16, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1532. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF TOMATO PULP. Walter S. Baker, Bridgeton, N. J.
November 9, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1533. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF TOMATO PULP. J. Langrall & Bro.
November 29, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1534. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF TOMATO CATSUP. B. S. Ayars & Sons Co.
August 18, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1537. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF MACE. Steinwender-Stoffregen Coffee Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
April 12, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1538. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF BLACKBERRY FLAVOR AND APPLE CIDER FLAVOR. F. T. Kuehne Flavoring Extract Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
September 9, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1539. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF HYDROGEN PEROXIDE. Meyer Bros. Drug Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
August 21, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1540. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF OLIVE OIL. Harry Nicholaou, St. Louis, Mo.
February 28, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1541. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF VANILLA EXTRACT. Warner-Jenkinson Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo..
May 4, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1542. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF VANILLA EXTRACT. Warner-Jenkinson Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
March 31, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1543. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF CRUSHED STRAWBERRIES. Warner-Jenkinson Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
May 3, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1560. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF EXTRACT OF DAMIANA WITH SAW PALMETTO. Allan-Pfeiffer Chemical Co., a corporation, of St. Louis, Mo.
July 13, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1585. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF MARASCHINO CHERRIES. J. F. Conrad Grocer Co.
November 16, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1608. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF TURPENTINE. Carolina Pine Products Co., Cleveland, Ohio
January 4, 1912 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1609. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF EVAPORATED MILK. John Wildi Evaporated Milk Co
November 30, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1626. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF TOMATO CATSUP. National Pickle & Canning Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
June 3, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1628. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF BLACKBERRY CORDIAL. Emil Nathan and E. D. Ullman, doing business under the firm name of the American Supply Co., St. Louis, Mo.
November 12, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1629. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF SO-CALLED SUGAR FEED. Frederick W. Goeke and William C. Dickinson, partners, doing business under the firm name and style of F. W. Goeke & Co., St. Louis, Mo.
February 3, 1912 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1634. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF CANDY. Dennis Co., Cincinnati, Ohio
July 5, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1666. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF OIL OF THYME. Dodge & Olcott Co., a corporation organized under the laws of New York, having an office in the city of St. Louis, Mo.
October 27, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1685. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF PEAS. Dundas Canning Co., Dundas, Wis.
July 24, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1708. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF CONFECTIONERY (JELLY BEANS). Farley Candy Co., Chicago, Ill., judgment of condemnation
October 12, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1709. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF TOMATO CATSUP. R. V. Crine Seed Co., Morganville, N. J., judgment of condemnation
December 13, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1710. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF TOMATO PULP. New Blue Grass Canning Co., Owensboro, Ky,, judgment of condemnation
December 13, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1711. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF TOMATO PULP. New Blue Grass Canning Co., Owensboro, Ky., judgment of condemnation
December 13, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1712. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF TOMATO PULP. New Blue Grass Canning Co., Owensboro, Ky., judgment of condemnation
October 28, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1716. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF TOMATO CATSUP. Triumph Catsup & Pickle Co., Collinsville, Ill.
November 1, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1844. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF VINEGAR. Gildenhaus-Wulfing Co.
December 28, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1901. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF HORSE FEED. Commonwealth Feed Mills Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
February 14, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1906. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF STRAWBERRY FLAVOR, PEAR FLAVOR, AND PINEAPPLE FLAVOR. F. T. Kuehne Flavoring Extract Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
February, 1912 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1910. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF TOMATOES. -
August 14, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1931. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF SO-CALLED CHAMPAGNE. M. Hommel Wine Co.
January 5, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1950. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF MINERAL WATER. Pike County Mineral Spring Co., a corporation of Bowling Green, Mo.
July 22, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1957. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF MILK. Union Dairy Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
July 11, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2051. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF MILK. St. Louis Dairy Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
the month of April or May, 1912 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2058. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF CHICORY. E. B. Muller & Co., Fort Gratiot, Mich.
November 11, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO, 2059. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF NITROGLYCERIN TABLETS. John T. Milliken, doing business under the firm name and style of John T. Milliken & Co., St. Louis, Mo.
March 30, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2062. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF SO-CALLED GELATINE. St. Louis Glue Manufacturing Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
September 16, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2063. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF FISH. Louis Maull Cheese & Fish Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
January 30, 1912 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2069. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF MINCEMEAT. W. H. Marvin Co., Urbana, Ohio
the month of May, 1912 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2075. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF FERNET-L-BRANCA. Cordial-Panna Co., Cleveland, Ohio
September 6, 1917 6038. Adulteration of tomatoes, U. S. v. 700 Cases of Tomatoes. Product released on bond. Coast Products Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
March 20, 1916 6052. Misbranding of cottonseed meal. U. S. v. Union Seed & Fertilizer Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $25 and costs. Union Seed & Fertilizer Co., a corporation, doing business at St. Louis, Mo.
December 24, 1917 6081. Adulteration of apple pomace. U. S. v. 24,000 Pounds of Apple Pomace. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. H. M. Dunlap, Savoy, Ill.
November 15, 1917 6085. Adulteration of apple butter stock. U. S. v. 75 Barrels of Apple Butter Stock. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Dawson Bros. Mfg. Co., Atlanta, Ga.
February 8, 1916 6134. Adulteration of pork and beans. U. S. v. 500 Cases of Pork and Beans. Consent deeree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Wisconsin Pea Canners Co.
April 6, 1916 6135, Adulteration of pork and beans. U. S. v. 675 Cases of Pork and Beans. Consent decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Wisconsin Pea Canners Co., Manitowoc, Wis.
July 30, 1915 6149. Misbranding of Dr. J. H. McLean's Liver and Kidney Balm. U. S. v. The Dr. J. H. McLean Medicine Co., a corporation. Tried to the court and a jury. Verdict of guilty. Fine, $200 and costs. Case pending on appeal in the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit. Dr. J. H. McLean Medicine Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
August 24, 1916 6169. Misbranding of cottonseed meal. U. S. v. Ralston Purina Co., a corporation, Plea of guilty. Fine, $10 and costs. Ralston Purina Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
November 13, 1916 6204. Misbranding of Fernet-Universal. U. S. v. August Petrucci (Venetian Distilling Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $50 and costs. August Petrucci, trading as the Venetian Distilling Co., St. Louis, Mo.
March 15, 1917 6215. Misbranding of W. H. Bull's Herb and Iron Compound. U. S. v. W. H. Bull Medicine Co., a corporation . Plea guilty. Fine, $25 and costs. W. H. Bull Medicine Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
January 10, 1918 6225. Adulteration and misbranding of vinegar. U. S. v. 55 Barrels of Vinegar. Heard by the court. Decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered released on bond. R. M. Hughes & Co.
March 7, 1918 6227. Adulteration and misbranding of olive oil. U. S. v. 50 Cans of Alleged Olive Oil. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered released on bond. Mercurio & Co., St. Louis, Mo.
July 22, 1915 (3 shipments), and July 29, 1915 6316. Adulteration and misbranding of Fox Squirrel Brand soda. U. S. v. Jacob Shucart (National Bottling Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $60 and costs. Jacob Shucart, trading as the National Bottling Co., St. Louis, Mo.
March 17, 1917 6365. Adulteration of evaporated milk. U. S. v. 100 Cases of Evaporated Milk. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture and destruction. Badger Condensed Milk Co., South Germantown, Wis.
July 27, 1917 6371. Adulteration of shell eggs. U. S. v. 6 Cases of Shell Eggs. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Goodwin & Jean, Kensett, Ark.
November 13, 1917 6432. Adulteration and misbranding of oil of sassafras. U. S. v. 50 Pounds of Alleged Oil of Sassafras. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. J. B. Johnson, Hickory, N. C
May 25, 1918 10052. Adulteration, and misbranding of gelatin and apple cider compound and misbranding of Maplo. U. S. v. W. B. Wood Mfg. Co., a Corporation. Pleas of guilty. Fines, $190 and costs. W. B. Wood Mfg. Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
April 11, 1919 10061. Adulteration of grape flavor. U. S. v. W. B. Wood Mfg. Co., a Corporation. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $25 and costs. W. B. Wood Mfg. Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
August 15, 1918 10124. Adulteration and misbranding of gelatin. U. S. v. W. B. Wood. Plea of guilty. Fine, $20 and costs. W. B. Wood, St. Louis, Mo.
July 17 and 28, 1919 10127. Adulteration of flavor of vanilla, flavor of vanilla and vanillin, and flavor of lemon. U. S. v. Clay L. Schroeder (National Food Mfg. Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $250 and costs. Clay L. Schroeder, trading as the National Food Mfg. Co., St. Louis, Mo.
August 15 and August 21, 1918 10130. Adulteration of saccharin. U. S. v. W. B. Wood Mfg. Co., a Corporation, and W. B. Wood. Dismissed as to W. B. Wood individually. Plea of nolo contendere as to corporation. Fine, $250 and costs. W. B. Wood Mfg. Co., a corporation, and W. B. Wood, St. Louis, Mo.
September 6, 1919 10132. Adulteration of flavor of lemon, vanilla and vanillin, extract of vanilla, extract of lemon, flavor of vanilla, and peppermint, almond, and orange flavors. U. S. v. Clay L. Schroeder (National Food Mfg. Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $300 and costs. Clay L. Schroeder
September 20, 1919 10133. Misbranding of Cholerine. U. S. v. Germo Mfgr. Co., a. Corporation. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $25 and costs. Germo Mfg. Co., a corporation, St. Louis. Mo.
May 21, 1920 10134. Misbranding of alimentary paste. U. S. v. Joseph Sciales and Marion Costa (Sciales Grocery Co.). Dismissed as to Marion Costa. Plea of guilty by Joseph Sciales. Fine, $25 and costs. Joseph Sciales and Marion Costa, copartners, trading as the Sciales Grocery Co., St. Louis, Mo.
August 19, 1920 10138. Adulteration of canned cherries. U. S. v. 87 Cases of Cherries. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Graves Canning Co., Sheridan, Oreg.
September 11, 1920 10147. Misbranding of Castalian water. U. S. v. 7 7/12 Dozen Bottles of Castalina [Castalian] Water. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Ralph Smith, Santa Cruz, Calif.
November 15, 1921 10189. Adulteration of coriander seed. U. S. v. 4 Sacks of Coriander Seed. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Steinwender Stoffregen Coffee Co.
August 4, 1917 ; October 19, 1917 ; October 3 and 18, 1917 10371. Adulteration and misbranding of red, ponceau red, orange yellow, amarath red, and lemon colors, and alleged adulteration and misbranding of amaranth and caramella colors. U. S. v. W. B. Wood Mfg. Co., a Corporation. Tried to the court and a jury. Verdict of guilty on counts 1 to 4, inclusive, and 7 to 13, inclusive. Fine, $3,000 and costs. Directed verdict for defendant on counts 5, 6, 13, and 14. W. B. Wood Mfg. Co.
April 12, 1919 10382. Adulteration and misbranding of Anti-ferment. U. S. v. W. B. Wood Mfg. Co., a Corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $300. W. B. Wood Mfg. Co.
October 11, 1920 10385. Misbranding of imitation vanilla and tonka. U. S. v. W. B. Wood Mfg. Co., a Corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $50 and costs. W. B. Wood Mfg. Co.
October 1, 1921 10386. Adulteration and misbranding of vinegar. U. S. v. 80 Barrels of Vinegar. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond. F. A. Kauffmann Mfg. Co.
February 2, 1922 10388. Adulteration and misbranding of canned sauerkraut. U. S. v. 613 Cases of Sauerkraut. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond. New Albany Canning Corp.
February 14, April 1, and March 5, 1918 10450. Adulteration and misbranding of evaporated milk. U. S. v. Kahoka Evaporated Milk Co., a Corporation. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $150 and costs. Kahoka Evaporated Milk Co.
December 8, 1921 10457. Adulteration of pecans. U. S. v. 123 Sacks of Pecans. Consent decree providingfor the release of the product on bond. Lee Davis, Brunswick, Miss.
August 3, 1921 10461. Adulteration of lemon extract. U. S. v. Meyer Bros. Coffee & Spice Co., a Corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $25 and costs. Meyer Bros. Coffee & Spice Co.
March 4, 1922 10482. Adulteration of oranges. U. S. v. 462 Boxes of Oranges. Decree entered ordering 434 boxes released unconditionally and 28, boxes released for the purpose of manufacture into marmalade, preserves, etc. Citrus Growers Cash Assoc.
January 12 and 23, 1922 10483. Adulteration of coriander seed. U. S. v. One Drum and 100 Pounds of Coriander Seed. Default decrees of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. David G. Evans Coffee Co.
September 19, 1920 10484. Adulteration of prunes and loganberries. U. S. v. 64 Cases of Prunes and 9 Cases of Loganberries. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Graves Canning Co.
December 22, 1921 10485. Adulteration of cumin seed. U. S. v. 2 Drums of Cumin Seed. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Hanley & Kinsella Coffee & Spice Co.
December 4, 1920 10487. Misbranding of Euca-Mul. U. S. v. 12 Dozen Bottles of Euca-Mul. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Edward G. Binz Co.
July 5, 1921 10527. Adulteration of Brazil nuts. U. S. v. 4 Sacks of Brazil Nuts. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Birdsong Bros.
May 22, 1922 10559. Adulteration of lemons. U. S. v. 406 Boxes of Lemons, Decree by eonsent providing for release of the product under bond. Sommer Fruit Co., St. Louis, Mo.
- 10586. Adulteration of oranges. U. S. v. 462 Boxes of Oranges. Decree entered ordering release of product under bond and providing, by consent of claimant, for condemnation and destruction of portion unfit for food. Fay Fruit Co
April 28, 1920 10587. Adulteration of vinegar. U. S. v. National Vinegar Co., a Corporation. Pleas of guilty. Fines, $75 and costs. National Vinegar Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
August 4 and 31 and September 13, 1917 10621. Adulteration of milk. U. S. v. Edward G. Hammell and John B. Rueschhoff (Ideal Dairy Go.). Plea of guilty by John B. Rueschhoff. Fine, $50 and costs. Counts 2 and 3 of indictment dismissed as to Edward G. Hammell, who pleaded nolo contendere and was fined $25 and costs. Edward G. Hammell and John B. Rueschhoff, a partnership, trading as the Ideal Dairy Co., St. Louis, Mo., and having a receiving station at Coulterville, Ill.
March 11, 1922 10646. Adulteration and misbranding of cumin seed. U. S. v. One Barrel of Cumin Seed. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Tea and Coffee Company
December 19 and 29, 1921 10647. Adulteration and misbranding of cumin seed. U. S. v. One Drum and One Barrel of Cumin Seed. Default decrees of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. -
March 1, 1922 10669. Adulteration of ground marjoram. U. S. v. 2 Bags of Ground Marjoram. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Biston Coffee Company
March 11, 1922 10696. Alleged adulteration of oranges. U. S. v. 396 Boxes of Oranges. Tried to the court. Decree ordering release of product to claimant. Mutual Orange Distributors
April 7, 1922 10725. Misbranding of Lee's Hazel antiseptic cones. U. S. v. 31 Packages of Lee's Hazel Antiseptic Cones. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Hazel Hygienic Co., Denver, Colo.
February 8, 1912 3501. Adulteration and misbranding of so-called soluble orange extract and oil of cassia, and alleged adulteration and misbranding of extract of anise. U. S. v. Warner-Jenkinson Co. Plea of guilty as to charges relating to so-called soluble orange extract and oil of cassia. First and second counts of information, charging adulteration and misbranding of extract of anise, dismissed. Warner-Jenkinson Co., a corporation, St. Louis,Mo.
April 15, 1912 3504. Adulteration and misbranding of so-called peach brandy. U. S. v. Pure Food Distilling Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $50 and costs. Pure Food Distilling Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
February 29, 1912 3505. Adulteration and misbranding of alleged olive oil. U. S. v. Vito Viviano et al. (V. Viviano & Bros.) Plea of guilty. Fine, $50 and costs. Vito Viviano, Pietro Viviano, Gaetano Viviano, and Salvatore Viviano, doing business under and by the name and style of V. Viviano & Bros., St. Louis, Mo.
March 12, 1912 3506. Adulteration and misbranding of so-called apple brandy. U. S. v. Pure Food Distilling Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $50 and costs. Pure Food Distilling Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
October 7, 1912 3553. Adulteration and misbranding of Slivowitz type prune brandy. U. S. v. G. Riesmeyer Distilling Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $20 and costs. G. Riesmeyer Distilling Co.; a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
October 24, 1912 3582. Adulteration and misbranding of black pepper. U. S. v. Roth-Homeyer Coffee Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $1 and costs. Roth-Homeyer Coffee Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
December 3, 1912 3611. Adulteration and misbranding of so-called old apple, old peach, and blackberry brandies. U. S. v. Adam Kissner. Plea of guilty. Fine, $30 and costs. Adam Kissner, St. Louis, Mo.
November 18, 1912 3626. Adulteration and misbranding of vinegar. U. S. v. A. Braun Mfg. Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $40 and costs. A. Braun Mfg. Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
September 2, 1914 3726. Adulteration of tomato pulp. U. S. v. 169 Cases of Tomato Pulp. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Rider Packing Co.
September 2, 1914 3737. Adulteration of tomato pulp. U. S. v. 100 Cases of Tomato Pulp. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Haas-Lieber Grocery Co.
September 3, 1914 3738. Adulteration of tomato pulp. U. S. v. 100 Cases of Tomato Pulp. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Rider Packing Co.
September 3, 1914 3739. Adulteration of tomato pulp. U. S. v. 100 Cases of Tomato Pulp. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Rider Packing Co.
August 8, 1914 3740. Adulteration of tomato pulp [puree]. U. S. v. 100 Cases of Tomato Pulp [Puree]. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. J. M. Paver Company, Chicago, Ill.
September 21, 1914 3744. Adulteration of prunes, apricots, and peaches. U. S. v. 478 Boxes of Prunes, 136 Boxes of Apricots, and 10 Boxes of Peaches. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Coast Products Company
November 11, 1914 3792. Adulteration of hams. U. S. v. 12 Hams. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. -
November 6, 1916 5715. Adulteration and misbranding of evaporated apples. U. S. v. 599 Boxes of Evaporated Apples. Decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Good portion released on bond. Unfit portion destroyed. J. J. Welch, Clyde, N. Y.
September 8, 1916 5772. Adulteration of milk. U. S. v. George B. Rueschhoff and Edward G. Hammel (Rumping Dairy Co.). Pleas of guilty. Fine, $75. George B. Rueschhoff and Edward G. Hammel, doing business as the Rumping Dairy Co.
November 3, 1915 5793. Misbranding of Dixie Brand cottonseed meal. U. S. v. Richmond Cotton Oil Co., a corporation. Default entered. Fine, $10 and costs. Richmond Cotton Oil Co.
September 28, 1915 5796. Adulteration and misbranding of wheat snorts. U. S. v. Rape County Milling Co., a corporation. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $20 and costs. Cape County Milling Co.
June 19, 1917 5811. Adulteration of eggs. U. S. v. 800 Cases of Eggs. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Good portion released on payment of the costs. Unfit portion ordered to be used four tanning purposes only. A. B. Walker & Sons
November 23, 1916 5817. Misbranding of vermouth. U. S. v. August Petrucci (Venetian Distilling Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $50 and costs. August Petrucci, trading as the Venetian Distilling Co.
March 23, 1917 5829. Adulteration of strawberries. U. S. v. 276 Dozen Cans of Strawberries. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Wedoit Co.
September 18, 1916 5836. Misbranding of "Japanese Wild Cherry Cough Syrup," and "Japanese Herb Laxative Compound." U. S. v. Torata Tanaka (Japanese Remedy Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $75 and costs. Torata Tanaka, trading as the Japanese Remedy Co.
April 21, 1916, and August 9, 1916 5934. Adulteration and misbranding of "Concentrated Nitrous Ether." U. S. v. Mallinckroudt Chemical Works, a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $20 and costs. Mallinckrodt Chemical Works
May 3, 1917 5958. Adulteration of gelatin. U. S. v. 3 Barrels of Gelatin. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered released on bond. W. K. Jahn Co.
November 28, 1916 5970. Adulteration and misbranding of whitefish. U. S. v. A. C. L. Haase & Sons Fish Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $30 and costs. A. C. L. Haase & Sons Fish Co.
December 4, 1919 9601. Adulteration and misbranding of canned kidney beans. U. S. v. 65 Cases of Kidney Beans. Consent decree and order for release of product under bond. Central States Canning Co.
July 30 and November 22, 1919, and January 8, 1920 9685. Adulteration and misbranding of canned kidney beans. U. S. v. 102 Cases, 99 Cases, 137 Cases, and 275 Cases of Kidney Beans. Consent decrees and orders for release of product under bond. Morgan Packing Co.
August 9, 1920 9757. Adulteration of canned apples. U. S. v. 396 Cases of Canned Apples. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Mid West Products Co.
June 18, 1915 9790. Misbranding of Craemer's Calculus Corrective or Craemer's remedy for gallstones and stones in the feldneys and urinary bladder. U. S. v. W. Craemer Medicine Co., a Corporation. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $25 and costs. Wm. Craemer Medicine Co.
September 21, 1920 9857. Adulteration and misbranding of cayenne pepper. U. S. v. 3 Barrels of Cayenne Pepper. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond. James H. Forbes Tea & Coffee Co.
December 9, 1920 9858. Adulteration of alfalfa meal. U. S. v. 390 Sacks of Alleged Number 2 Alfalfa Meal. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Lamar Alfalfa Milling Co.
January 15, 1921 9967. Misbranding of Dubois Pecific pills. U. S. v. 52 Boxes of Dubois Pacific Pills. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. W. J. Baumgartner, Detroit, Mich.
July 3, 1914 5055. Adulteration and misbranding of evaporated, apples. U. S. v. J. W. Teasdale & Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $140. J. W. Teasclale & Co., a corporation, doing business at St. Louis, Mo.
July 20, 1915 5069. Adulteration and misbranding of sweet cider and strawberry soda. U. S. v. Tip Top Bottling Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $70. Tip Top Bottling Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
January 3, 1914 5124. Misbranding of "Victor Injection," "Victor Remedies No. 19 Compound," and " Victor Remedies No. 6 Compound." U. S. v. Victor Medicine Co., a corporation. Tried to the court and a Jury. Verdict of guilty. Fine, $600. Victor Medicine Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
October 15, 1914, February 19, 1915, and February 27, 1915 5134. Adulteration and misbranding of pepper. U. S. v. C. F. Blanke Tea & Coffee Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $60. C. F. Blanke Tea & Coffee Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
December 12, 1914 5171. Misbranding of " Fritch's Vegetable Liniment " and " Fritch's Vegetable Soap." U. S. v. John A. Fritch. Plea of guilty. Fine, $20 and costs. John A. Fritch, St. Louis, Mo.
February 2, 1916 5211. Adulteration of oysters. U. S. v. Union Fish & Oyster Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $10 and costs. Union Fish & Oyster Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
October 26, 1915 (2 shipments), and November 11, 1915 5222. Misbranding of evaporated apples. U. S. v. J. W. Teassdale & Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $50 and costs. J. W. Teasdale & Co., a corporation, doing business at St. Louis, Mo.
March 23, 1918 7632. Adulteration of olive oil. U. S. v. Lawrence Mercurio (Mercurio & Co.). Plea of guilty to count 1 of the information. Fine, $25 and costs. Remaining counts of information dismissed. Lawrence Mercurio, trading as Mercurib & Co.
December 12, 1917 7633. Adulteration of gelatin. U. S. v. Consumers Glue Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty to count 1 of the information. Fine, $50 and costs. Remaining counts of information dismissed. Consumers Glue Co.
May 15, 1918 7637. Adulteration of evaporated milk. U. S. v. Aviston Condensed Milk Co., a corporation. Plea of nolo contendere to count 1 of tbe information. Fine, $25 and costs. Remaining counts of information dismissed. Aviston Condensed Milk Co.
November 13, 1918 7671. Misbranding of Wilson's Solution Anti-Flu. U. S. v. 27 Boxes of Wilson's Solution Anti-Flu. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Cooper Medicine Co.
February 28, 1919 7673. Misbranding of Knoxit. U. S. v. 12 Dozen Bottles of Knoxit. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Beggs Mfg. Co.
September 23, 1918 7674. Misbranding of Knoxit. U. S. v. 48 Dozen Bottles of Knoxit. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Beggs Mfg. Co.
February 4, 1919 7696. Adulteration and misbranding of santal oil. U. S. v. 1 Can of 40,000 Capsules of Santal Oil. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Evans Drug Mfg. Co.
February 3, 1919 7700. Adulteration of Chili peppers. U. S. v. 12 Sacks of Chili Peppers. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. J. A. Knapp, Garden Grove, Calif.
April 29, 1919 7706. Adulteration of coriander seed. U. S. v. 3 Sacks of Alleged Coriander Seed. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Henneberry & Co.
December 28, 1917, and December 24, 1918 7724. Misbranding of Zip. U. S. v. 3 Dozen Bottles and 68 Bottles of Zip. Default decrees of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Baker-Levy Chemical Co.
September 10, 1917 7729. Adulteration of milk. U. S. v. St. Louis Daiy Co., a Corporation, Plea of nolo contendere to count 1 of the indictment. Fine, $100 and costs. Remaining counts of indictment dismissed. St. Louis Dairy Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
February 18, 1919 7732. Adulteration and misbranding of spring water. U. S. v. 23 Cases of Water. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. West Baden Spring Co.
September 26, 1917 7734. Adulteration of milk. U. S. v. Pevely Dairy Co., a Corporation. Plea of nolo contendere to count 1 of the indictment. Fine, $100 and costs. Remaining counts of indictment dismissed. Pevely Dairy Co.
September 26, 1917 7741. Adulteration of milk. U. S. v. Jersey Farm Dairy Co., a Corporation. Plea of nolo contendere to count 1 of the indictment. Fine, $100 and costs. Remaining counts of indictment dismissed. Jersey Farm Dairy Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
September 8, 1917 7743. Adulteration of milk. U. S. v. Union Dairy Co., a Corporation. Plea of nolo contendere to count 1 of the indictment. Fine, $100 and costs. Remaining counts of indictment dismissed. Union Dairy Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
August 8, 1917 7744. Adulteration of milk. U. S. v. Harry E. Grafeman Milk Co., a Corporation. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $50 and costs. Harry E. Grafeman Milk Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
September 1, 1917 7745. Adulteration of milk. U. S. v. Grafeman Dairy Co., a Corporation. Plea of nolo contendere to count 1 of the indictment. Fine, $100 and costs. Remaining counts of indictment dismissed. Grafeman Dairy Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
May 31, 1919 7746. Misbranding of Valentine's Sarsaparilla Componnd with Potassium Iodide U. S. v. Allan Pfeiffer Chemical Co., a Corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $25 and costs. Allan Pfeiffer Chemical Co.
September 11, 1917 7758. Adulteration of milk. U. S. v. Home Dairy Co., a Corporation. Plea of nolo contendere to count 1 of the indictment. Fine, $100 and costs. Remaining counts of indictment dismissed. Home Dairy Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
September 13, 1918 7759. Adulteration of evaporated milk. U. S. v. United Bakers' Supply Co., a Corporation. Plea of guilty to count 1 of the information. Fine, $25 and costs. Remaining counts of information dismissed. United Bakers' Supply Co.
March 15, 1918 7764. Adulteration of Egg O La Egg Powder. U. S. v. Gandolfo Ghio Mfg. Co., a Corporation. Plea of guilty to count 1 of the information. Fine, $25 and costs. Count 2 of information dismissed. Gandolfo-Ghio Mfg. Co.
September 7, 1917 7775. Adulteration of milk. U. S. v. Grafeman Dairy Co., a Corporation, and John J. Hopson, Co-partners. Plea of nolo contendere to count 1 of the indictment. Fine, $100 and costs. Remaining counts of indictment dismissed. Grafeman Dairy Co., a corporation, and John J. Hopson, Kaufman, Ill., co-partners
December 3, 1919 7806. Adulteration and misbranding of canned tomatoes. U. S. v. 407 Cases of Canned Tomatoes, Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released on bond. Cliino Canning Co.
December 23, 1919 7813. Misbranding of Knorr's Genuine Hien Fong. U. S. v. 275 Dozen Bottles of Knorr's Genuine Hien Fong. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released on bond. Oscar Gotsch
July 21, 1919 7814. Misbranding of Benetol Suppositories No. 2. U. S. v. 4 Boxes of Benetol Suppositories No. 2. Default decree of condemnation forfeiture, and destruction. Benetol Co.
June 3, 1919 7820. Misbranding of Snoddy Remedy. U. S. v. 27 Cartons of Snoddy Remedy. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Dr. J. H. Snoddy Remedy Co.
October 31, 1919, and November 3, 1919 7838. Adulteration and misbranding of canned tomatoes. U. S. v. 2,132 Cases of Canned Tomatoes. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released on bond. Chino Canning Co.
May 10, 1917 7860. Adulteration of gelatin. U. S. v. Wilton H. Gage (W. H. Gage Glue Co.). Plea of guilty to count 1 of information. Fine, $50 and costs. Count 3 dismissed. Wilton H. Gage, trading as W. H. Gage Glue Co.
March 23, 1918 7862. Misbranding of spaghetti. U. S. v. Mercuric Bros. Spaghetti Mfg. Co., a Corporation. Plea of guilty to count 1 of information. Fine, $25 and costs, Remaining counts of information dismissed. Mercurio Bros. Spaghetti Mfg. Co.
January 26, 1920 7874. Misbranding of Hien Fong Essence. U. S. v. 231 Bottles of Hien Fong Essence. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond. Knorr Medical Co.
December 31, 1919 7876. Adulteration of Lima beans. U. S. v. 35 Bags of Madagascar Lima Beans. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond. Krekeler Grocer Co.
January 21, 1920 ; January 9, 1920 ; January 20, 1920 ; January 23, 1920 7879. Adulteration of dried Lima beans. U. S. v. 2,964 Bags of Dried Lima Beans. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Goods ordered released under bond. Adolph Goldniark & Sons, Inc.
November 29, 1919 7883. Adulteration of Lima beans. U. S. v. 725 Sacks and 142 Sacks of Lima Beans. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered released on bond. N. Abramovitz, New York, N. Y.
April 19, 1919 7894. Misbranding of olive oil. U. S. v. 3 Cases of Olive Oil. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Kakarakis Bros.
February 2, 1920 7895. Adulteration of dried Lima beans. U. S. v. 308 Sacks of Dried Lima Beans. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Good portion ordered released under bond. L. Cohen Grocery Co.
October 13 and December 23, 1919 7908. Misbranding of Knorr's Hien Fong Essence. U. S. v. 300 Bottles of Knorr's Hien Fong Essence. Oscar Gotsch
December 5, 3917 7913. Alleged adulteration of tomato catsup. U. S. v. 305 Cases of Tomato Catsup. Tried to the court. Judgment for the Frazier Packing Co., claimant. Product surendered to the claimant. Frazier Packing Co.
April 28, 1917 7930. Misbranding of Bokert Water. U. S. v. Bokert Springs Mineral Water Co., a Corporation. Plea of nolo contendere as to first count. Second count dismissed. Fine, $50 and costs. Bokert Springs Mineral Water Co.
February 24, 1917 7932. Misbranding of Morley's Wonderful Eight. U. S. v. Morley Medicine Co., a Corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $25 and costs. Morley Medicine Co.
June 8, 3918 7936. Adulteration and misbranding of evaporated milk. U. S. v. 100 Cases of Evaporated Milk. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered released on bond. United Bakers' Supply Co.
April 19, 1919 7944. Adulteration of raisins. U. S. v. 20 Boxes of Raisins. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. J. W. Teasdale & Co.
November 25, 1918 7945. Misbranding of Big G. U. S. v. 78 Bottles of Big G. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Evans Chemical Co.
November 29, 1918 7946. Misbranding of Big G. U. S. v. 10 Dozen Bottles of Big G. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Evans Chemical Co.
April 24, 1919 7949. Adulteration of oranges. U. S. v. 165 Boxes of Oranges. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Mutual Orange Distributors, Redlands, Calif.
March 17, 1919 7953. Misbranding of Brown's Blood Treatment. U. S. v. 3 Dozen Packages Brown's Blood Treatment. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. B. L. Brown, Philadelphia, Pa.
May 6, 1919 7966. Adulteration and misbranding of mustard. U. S. v. 250 Cases of Mustard. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. R. J. Meguiar, Greenville, Ohio
June 25, 1919 7969. Adulteration of shell eggs. U. S. v. 4 Cases of Shell Eggs. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. J. D. Walker, Herrin, Ill.
July 22, 1918 7971. Misbranding of Bokert Water. U. S. v. Bokert Springs Mineral Water Co., a Corporation. Plea of nolo contendere as to count 1. Count 2 dismissed. Fine, $50 and costs. Bokert Springs Mineral Water Co.
July 14, 1919 7973. Adulteration of shell eggs. U. S. v. 6 Cases of Shell Eggs. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Brookland Feed Co.
July 9, 1919 7974. Adulteration of shell eggs. U. S. v. 7 Cases of Shell Eggs. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and sale. Hatchett Bros.
June 19, 1919 7979. Misbranding of McConnon's Stock Tonic. U. S. v. 19 Packages of McConnon's Stoelc Tonic. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. McConnon & Co.
March 2, 1919 7983. Misbranding of "G Zit" Complete-Stearns'. U. S. v. 7 Dozen Packages of "G Zit" Complete-Steams'. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Stearns-Hollinshead Co.
July 14, 1919 7996. Adulteration of shell eggs. U. S. v. 5 Cases of Shell Eggs. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Cathcart Bros.
May 16, 1918 7050. Misbranding of evaporated milk. U. S. v. J. Trump & Sons Mercantile Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty to count 6 of information. Fine, $50 and costs. Other counts of information nolle pressed. J. Trump & Sons Mercantile Co.
December 17, 1918 7096. Adulteration or Chili peppers. U. S. v. 9 Sacks of Chili Peppers. Consent decree of condemnation and .forfeiture. Product ordered released on bond. Simon Levi Co.
April 25, 1919 8047. Misbranding of Santaloids. U. S. v. 1 Dozen Packages of Santaloids. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Frederick Stearns & Co., Detroit, Mich.
September 28, 1917 8051. Adulteration of milk. U. S. v. Steinlage Sanitary Mill Co., a Corporation. Plea of nolo contendere to first count of the indictment. Fine, $100 and costs. Second count of the indictment dismissed. Steinlage Sanitary Milk Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
May 17, 1919 8058. Misbranding of Schoen-feld Kidney and Liver Tea. U. S. v. S. Pfeiffer Mfg. Co., a Corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $25 and costs. S. Pfeiffer Manufacturing Co., St. Louis, Mo.
December 23, 1918 8061. Adulteration and misbranding of aspirin. U. S. v. 12,000 Tablets of a Product Purporting to be Aspirin. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Verandah Chemical Co., Brooklyn, N. Y.
June 27, 1919 8112. Misbranding of Lung Vita. U. S. v. 6 Bottle of Lung Vita. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Nashville Medicine Co., Nashville, Tenn.
August 19, 1919, and May 5, 1919 8113. Misbranding of Madsine Dean Antiseptic Vaginal Suppositories. U. S. v. 8 3/4 Dozen Boxes of Madame Dean Antiseptic Vaginal Suppositories. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Marlin Rudy Co., Lancaster, Pa.
July 16, 1919 8142. Misbranding of Bourbon Poultry Remedy. U. S. v. 29 Bottles of Bourbon Poultry Remedy. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Bourbon Remedy Co., Lexington, Ky.
October 23, 1918 8215. Adulteration and misbranding of hog remedy. U. S. v. 3 Cases of Hog Remedy. Default decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered destroyed. Dr. J. H. Snoddy Remedy Co., Alton, Ill.
October 24, 1919 8457. Adulteration and misbranding of alfalfa meal. U. S. v. 200 Sacks of Brown Alfalfa Meal. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Crown Feed Co., Independence, Kans.
July 30, 1919 9318. Misbranding of Madame Dean Female Pills (Special). U. S. v. 8 Packages of Madame Dean Female Pills (Special). Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Martin Rudy, Lancaster, Pa.
November 30, 1920 9389. Adulteration and misbranding of ground marjoram. U. S. v. 3 Barrels of Ground Marjoram. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Van Camp Packing Co.
August 4 and 13, 1920 9392. Adulteration of green coffee. U. S. v. 250 Sacks of Green Coffee. Consent decree of condemnation. Product ordered released on bond. S. Pfeifer & Co.
June 19, 1920 9397. Adulteration and misbranding of shelled peanuts. U. S. v. 3 Bag's of Shelled Peanuts. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. United Fig & Date Co.
July 21, March 16, and October 22, 1920 9425. Misbranding of Bina Bronchi-Lyptus. U. S. v. 433 Bottles of Bronchi-Lyptas. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Edward G. Binz, Los Angeles, Calif.
November 30, 1920 9428. Adulteration of tomato catsup. U. S. v. 80 Cases of Tomato Catsup. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. J. T. Polk Co.
September 23, 1920 9463. Adulteration and misbranding of Jewel Brand lemon flavor pie filling compound. U. S. v. 64 Packages of Jewel Brand Lemon Flavor Pie Filling Compound. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond. Jewel Tea Co.
October 11, 1919 9475. Misbranding of Marigold mince pie filling. U. S. v. Best-Clymer Mfg. Co., a Corporation. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $25 and costs. Best-Clymer Mfg. Co.
December 2, 1919 ; January 17, 24, and 30, 1920 ; January 13 and 31, 1920 9477. Adulteration of evaporated apples. U. S. v. J. W. Teasdale & Co., a Corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $275 and costs. J. W. Teasdale & Co.
November 19, 1920 9481. Misbranding of Hall's catarrh medicine. U. S. v. 108 Dozen Bottles of Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. F. J. Cheney & Co.
December 18, 1919, October 15 and March 16, 1920 9545. Misbranding of Egyptian regulator tea. U. S. v. 181 Dozen Packages of Egyptian Regulator Tea. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. McGuUough Drug Co.
February 12, 1919 9556. Adulteration and misbranding of No-Vary Quality fruit preserves. U. S. v. Best-Clymer Mfg. Co., a Corporation. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $50 and costs. Best-Clymer Mfg. Co.
October 29, 1920, and March 22, 1918 9559. Misbranding of Kuhn's rheumatic remedy. U. S. y. 29 Bottles of Kuhn's Rheumatic Remedy. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Kuhn Remedy Co.
March 22, 1922 11114. Adulteration of coriander seed. U. S. v. 1 Drum of Ground Coriander Seed. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. -
March 22, 1922 11116. Adulteration of crab meat. U. S. v. 4 Gases of Crab Meat. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Ellson & Malcolm. New York, N. Y.
June 10, 1922 11118. Adulteration of coriander seed. U. S. v. 5 Sacks of Coriander Seed. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. C. F. Blanke Tea-and Coffee Company
March 2, 1922 11133. Misbranding of Giles' germicide. U. S. v. 17 Bottles of Giles' Germicide. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Giles Remedy Co., Chicago, Ill.
April 25, 1922 11135. Adulteration of chloroform. U. S. v. 361 Tins of Chloroform. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. -
June 13, 1922 11137. Adulteration and misbranding of olive oil. U. S. v. 5 1-Gallon Cans and 4 5-Gallon Cans of Olive Oil. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Messina Importing Co., New York, N. Y.
March 15, 1922 11153. Adulteration of coriander seed. U. S. v. 11 Sacks and 6 Sacks of Coriander Seed. Decrees of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond. From Biston Coffee Company
April 12, 1921 11173. Adulteration of egg noodles. U. S. v. John J. Meier (John J. Meier & Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $25 and costs. John J. Meier, trading as John J. Meier & Co., St. Louis, Mo.
July 28, 1920 11193. Misbranding of Syrup Leptinol. U. S. v. 20 Bottles of Syrup Leptinol. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Balsamea Co., San Francisco, Calif.
March 19, 1921 11194. Adulteration and misbranding of canned shrimp. U. S. v. 899 Cases and 72 Cases of Shrimp. Default decrees of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Wm. Gorenfio & Co., Brunswick, Ga.
June 7, 1922 11195. Adulteration of chloroform. U. S. v. 234 Packages of Chloroform. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. New York Quinine & Chemical Works, New York, N. Y.
June 29, 1922 11196. Adulteration of coriander seed. U. S. v. 6 Sacks of Coriander Seed. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction From David G. Evans Coffee Co.
June 29, 1922 11197. Misbranding of Orange Blossom female suppositories. U. S. v. 193 Boxes of Orange Blossom Female Suppositories. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Dr. J. A. McGill & Co., Chicago, III.
July 19, 1921 11216. Adulteration of lemonade sirup. U. S. v. John J. Meier (John J. Meier & Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $50. John J. Meier, trading as John J. Meier & Co., St. Louis, Mo.
January 23, 1926 14767. Alleged adulteration and misbranding of creme de menthe. U. S. T. 4 1/2 Cases of Creme de Menthe. Tried to the court and a jury. Verdict for claimant. L. E. Jung & Wulff Co., Inc.
October 16, 1925 14771. Adulteration and misbranding of ether. U. S. v. 990 Tins of Ether. Consent decree adjudging product adulterated and misbranded and ordering its release under bond. Merck & Co.
August. 19, 1925 14772. Misbranding and alleged adulteration of canned peas. U. S. v. 1,052 Cases of Canned Peas. Decree adjudging product misbranded and ordering its release to be relabeled. Rosen Reichardt Brokerage Co.
November 5, 1926 14860. Misbranding of Sannette. U. S. v. 2 3.4 Dozen Packages of Sannette. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Sannette Chemical Co.
January 28, 1927 14958. Adulteration and alleged misbranding of oranges. U. S. v. 300 Boxes of Oranges. Default decree of condemnation and confiscation entered. Product ordered sorted and good portion sold. E. W. Wiggins, Limona, Fla.
January 6, 1928 15646. Misbranding of Norma. U. S. v. 11 Dozen Bottles of Norma. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Norma Laboratories, Inc.
June 3, 1927, and February 4, 1928 16624. Adulteration and misbranding of vinegar. U. S. v. St. Louis Vinegar & Cider Co. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $525 and costs. St. Louis Vinegar & Cider Co.
August 12, 1916 5502. Adulteration and misbranding of Garrod Spa lithia water. U. S. v. Enno Sander Seltzer & Soda Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $30 and costs. Enno Sander Seltzer & Soda Co.
December 8, 1915, and November 23, 1915 5538. Misbranding of "Compound Prickly Ash Bitters." U. S. v. Prickly Ash Bitters Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $20. Prickly Ash Bitters Co.
July 21, 1915, July 28, 1915, and December 9, 1915 5559. Adulteration and misbranding of apple cider. U. S. v. Missouri Cider and Vinegar Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $45 and costs. Missouri Cider and Vinegar Co.
March 17, 1915 ; March 19, 1914 ; April 1, 1914 5560. Misbrandings of "Sayman's Healing Salve" and "Sayman's Vegetable Wonder Soap." U. S. v. Thomas M. Sayman. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $40 and costs. Thomas M, Sa,yman, St. Louis, Mo
October 19, 1915 5700. Adulteration of grapefruit. U. S. v. Scalzo-Gunn-Fiorita Fruit Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $35 and costs. Scalzo-Gunn-Fiorita Fruit Co.
March 3, 1924 12711. Adulteration and misbranding of canned oysters. U. S. v. 220 Cases, et al., of Canned Oysters. Consent decrees of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond to be relabeled. Lopez Packing Co.
July 18, 1924 12716. Adulteration of butter. U. S. v. 3 Tubs of Butter. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond to be reworked. Springbrook Creamery Co.
July 15, 1924 ; July 18, 1924 12717. Adulteration of butter. U. S. v. 13 Cases and 11 Cases of Butter. Consent decrees of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond to be reworked. Johnson Creamery Co.
July 10, 1924 12721. Adulteration of butter. U. S. v. 2 Tubs of Butter. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond to be reworked. W. A. Deems Commission Co.
June 3, 1924 12722. Adulteration and misbranding of cheese. U. S. v. 2 Boxes, et al., of Cheese. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Chicago Cheese & Farm Products Co.
June 21, 1921 12775. Adulteration and misbranding of lemon extract. U. S. v. Shepard Baking Powder Co., a Corporation. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $100. Shepard Baking Powder Co.
July 20, 1923, and April 25, 1924 12808. Adulteration and misbranding of Concord grape soda water flavor. U. S. v. 3 1/2 Gallons, et al., of Concord Grape Soda Water Flavor. Default decrees of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. -
January 17, 1923, and July 16, 1923 12966. Misbranding of feed. U. S. v. the Scott County MillingCo., a Corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $200. Scott County Milling Co.
October 16, 1924 13061. Adulteration of cut stringless beans. U. S. v. 520 Cases of Cut Stringless Beans. Decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond to be reconditioned. Litteral Canning Co.
July 28, 1924 13075. Adulteration of canned string beans. U. S. v. 1,000 Cases of String Beans. Decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond to be reconditioned. Appleby Bros.
September 12, 1924 13076. Adulteration and misbranding of tomato paste. U. S .v. 237 Cases of Tomato Paste. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond to be relabeled. V. Viviano & Bros., Macaroni Mfg. Co.
October 23, 3923 ; November 15. 1923 ; December 4, 1923 13326. Adulteration and misbranding of codeine phosphate tablets, codeine sulphate tablets, morphine sulphate tablets, and strychuine sulphate tablets. U. S. v. the Tilden Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $500. Tilden Co.
September 23, 1924 13429. Adulteration and misbranding of jam. U. S. v. 268 Cartons of Jam. Decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released to claimant to be relabeled. United Drug Co.
October 4. 1924 13467. Adulteration and misbranding of tomato paste. U. S. v. 65 Cases of Tomato Paste. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond to be relabeled. Ravarino & Freschi Importing & Manufacturing Co.
December 2, 1924 13477. Adulteration and misbranding of evaporated apples. U. S. v. 35 Cases of Evaporated Apples. Decree adjudging product adulterated and misbranded and ordering its release under bond. W. T. Gaylord, jr., Sodus, N. Y.
June 17, 1925 13523. Adulteration and misbranding of butter. U. S. v. 1,200 Pounds of Butter. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond. Frank Shumaker and Nola Shumaker, trading as the Altamont Creamery Co.
May 11, 1925 13621. Adulteration of canned soup. U. S. v. 595 Cases of Soup. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Wilson-Butt Co.
February 12, 1925 13623. Misbrandingof canned shrimp. U. S. v. 41 Cases of Shrimp. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond. Haas-Lieber Grocery Co.
September 23, 1924 13642. Adulteration and misbranding of canned tomato paste. U. S. v. 319 Cases of Tomato Paste. Decrees of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond. V. Viviano & Bros. Macaroni Mfg. Co., and Mariano Costa and Joseph Sciales, a copartnership, trading as Sciales Grocery Co.
December 6, 1924 13830. Misbranding of dates. U. S. v. John R. Fiorita Co. Plea of guilty. Fine and costs, $50. John R. Fiorita Co.
June 22, 1925 13839. Adulteration and alleged misbranding of butter. U. S. v. 3 Tabs of Butter. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Atlanta Butter & Cream Co.
March 17, 1925 13851. Adulteration of cloves. U. S. v. 10 Bales of Cloves. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. John W. Green & Co.
June 13, 1925 ; July 16, 1925 14020. Misbranding of Kopp's. U. S. v. 338 Bottles and 182 Bottles of Kopp's. Default decrees of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Kopp's Baby's Friend Co.
September 3, 1925 14023. Adulteration of canned lima beans. U. S. v. 209 Cases of Canned Lima Beans.. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Rasse Wholesale Grocer Co.
September 14, 1925 14024. Adulteration of canned tuna. U. S. v. 94 Cases of Canned Tuna. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Bell Grocery Co.
September 24, 1925 14025. Adulteration of evaporated apples. U. S. v. 8 Cases of Evaporated Apples. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Bell Grocery Co.
August 28, 1925 14026. Adulteration of anchovies. U. S. v. 1 Case and 22 Cans of Anchovies. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Illinois Wholesale Grocery Co.
September 9, 1925 14027. Adulteration of raisins. U. S. v. 168 1/2 Cases of Raisins. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. S. D. Thompson, Pittsburg, Kans.
October 1, 1925 14028. Adulteration of spaghetti, egg noodles, hominy, peanuts, and mincemeat. U. S. v. 9 Cases of Spaghetti, et al. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Renfro Supply Co.
June 18, 1924 14085. Adulteration of canned sardines. U. S. v. 284 Cases, et al., of Sardines. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. L. D. Clark & Son, Eastport, Me.
September 24, 1925 ; October 5, 1925 14092. Adulteration of tomato puree. U. S. v. 1,157 Cases of Tomato Puree. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Morgan & Adams Co.
September 14, 1925 14093. Adulteration of condensed milk. U. S. v. 2 Cases and 30 Cans of Condensed Milk. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Bell Grocery Co., Inc.
February 2, 1926 14264. Adulteration and misbranding of tomato pulp. U. S. v. 148 Cases of Tomato Pulp. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Frankton Ideal Canning Co.
January 25, 1926 ; February 2, 1926 14265. Adulteration of tomato puree. U. S. v. 738 Cases of Tomato Puree. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Frankton Ideal Canning Co.
November 24, 1925 14266. Adulteration of tomato pulp and tomato puree. U. S. v. 209 Cases of Tomato Pulp and 163 Cases of Tomato Puree. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Cates Canning Co.
August 1, 1921 14282. Adulteration and misbranding of canned shrimp. U. S. v. 118 Cases of Shrimp. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Houma Packing Co.
March 8, 1926 14296. Adulteration of apple chops. U. S. v. 10 Bags of Apple Chops. Default deeree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. C. T. Montgomery
November 27, 1925 14331. Misbranding and alleged adulteration of canned peas. U. S. v. 543 Cases of Canned Peas. Decree entered, adjudging product misbranded and ordering its release under bond. Rosen-Reichardt Brokerage Co.
October 25, 1925 ; December 3, 1925 14393. Misbranding of Mecca compound. U. S. v. 5 Dozen Packages of Mecca Compound. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture and destruction. Foster-Dack Co.
December 6, 1924 14485. Adulteration and misbranding of raspberry jam. U. S. v. 233 Cases of Raspberry Jam. Consent decree of forfeiture entered. Product released to claimant. Hudson Valley Pure Food Co.
September 18, 1925 14621. Adulteration of canned salmon. U. S. v. 10 Cases of Salmon.. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. P. E. Harris & Co.
April 10, 1928 14622. Adulteration and misbranding of Laxa raisins. U. S. v. 240 Cartons of Laxa Raisins. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture and destruction. Laxa Raisin Co.
July 31, 1926 14689. Adulteration of chopped apples. U. S. v. 687 Bags of Chopped Apples. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Standard Apple Products, Inc.
June 1, 1926 14746. Adulteration of prunes. U. S. v. 100 Cartons of Prunes. Default deeree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Ontario Warehouse Co.
June 7, 1923 11852. Adulteration and misbranding of butter. U. S. v. 200 Cases of Butter. Decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond. John H. Stelle, McLeansboro, Ill.
July 11, 1923 11855. Adulteration and misbranding of butter. U. S. v. 10 Tubs and 15 Tubs of Butter. Consent decrees of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond to be reworked and relabeled. Excelsior Creamery Co.
October 10, 1923 11944. Adulteration and misbranding of flour. U. S. v. 294 Sacks of Flour. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond. Annanburg Grain & Milling Co.
June 8, 1923 11950. Adulteration of canned sardines. U. S. v. 79 Cases of Sardines. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Columbian Canning Co.
May 17, 1922 11953. Adulteration and misbranding of canned oysters. U. S. v. 88 Cases and 13 Cases oif Oysters. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond to be relabeled. Hilton Head Packing Co., Inc.
October 27, 1922 12056. Adulteration of canned salmon. U. S. v. 496 Cases, et al., of Salmon. Tried to the court and a jury. Verdict for the Government. Decree of condemnation and forfeiture entered, with proviso that product migrht be released under bond to be reconditioned. North Pacific Trading & Packing Co.
September 5, 1923 12066. Misbranding of DeWitt's kidney and bladder pills. U. S. v. 4 Dozen Large Bottles, et al., of DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. B. C. DeWitt & Co.
September 25, 1923 12068. Misbranding of Foley kidney pills. U. S. v. 9 Bottles, et al., of Foley Kidney Pills. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Foley & Co.
November 15, 1923 12113. Misbranding of Doan's kidney pills. U. S. v. 199 Dozen Packages, et al., of Doan's Kidney Pills. Default decrees of condemnation., forfeiture, and destruction. Foster-Milburn Co.
April 4, 7, and 9, 1924 12293. Adulteration and misbranding of cheese. U. S. v. 161 Pounds, et al., of Cheese, Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Chicago Cheese & Farm Products Co.
February 6, 1924 12350. Adulteration of shell eggs. U. S. v. 21 Cases and 5 1/2 Cases of Shell Eggs. Decree entered, ordering release of product under bond, to be candled. Wayne J. Stedlin and John H. Hageland
February 16, 1924 12357. Adulteration and misbranding of flour. U. S. v. 343 Sacks of Flour. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond. John C. Brockmeier, trading as Brockmeier & Co.
January 5, 1928 15970. Adulteration and misbranding of cod liver oil. U. S v. 10 Drums of Cod Liver Oil. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Consolidated Products Co.
January 25, 1929 16450. Misbranding of potatoes. U. S. v. 300 Sacks of Potatoes. Product released under bond. O. Steinberg, Kimberiey, Idaho
January 3, 1929 16526. Misbranding of Nuremedy. U. S. v. 12 Dozen Packages of Nuremedy. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Central Laboratories (Inc.)
January 4, 1929 ; January 9, 1929 16529. Adulteration and misbranding of Casco cascara bromide quinine laxative tablets. U. S. v. 26 Dozen Packages of Casco Cascara Bromide Quinine Laxative Tablets. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Casco Co.
January 14, 1929 16535. Misbranding of EfeDron Hart nasal jelly. U. S. v. 24 Dozen Packages of EfeDron Hart Nasal Jelly. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Hart Drug Corp
January 29, 1929 16546. Adulteration and misbranding of Mendenhall's chill and fever tonic. U. S. v. 60 Dozen Bottles of Mendenhall's Chill & Fever Tonic. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. J. C. Mendenhall Medicine Co.
July 7, 1928 16661. Misbranding of tomato catsup. U. S. v. 14 Cases of Tomato Catsup. Product ordered released under bond. Morgan Packing Co.
November 6 and November 11, 1926 15352. Misbranding of Agmel. U. S. v. 101 Cans of Agmel. Default decreeof condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Agmel Corp.
September 28, 1925 15404. Adulteration of canned blackberries. U. S. v. 1,000 Cases of Canned Blackberries. Product ordered released under bond to be salvaged. Grays Harbor Canning Co.
July 11, 1927 ; July 16, 1927 ; July 18, 1927 15412. Adulteration of dried peaches, dried apples, black-eyed peas, candy, chocolates, and peanut butter. U. S. v. 47 Boxes of Dried Peacbes, et al. Defuult decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Livingston Grain & Grocery Co.
May 30, 1927 15533. Adulteration of fig paste. U. S. v. 200 Boxes of Fig Paste. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Rosenberg Bros. & Co.
November 11, 1926 15583. Misbranding of Agmel. U. S. v. 6 Dozen Cans of Agmel. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Agmel Corp
April 30, 1926 155SS. Adulteration of tincture opium, tincture nux vomica, and tincture cinchona. U. S. v. St. Louis Physicians' Supply Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $160. St. Louis Physicians' Supply Co.
March 28, 1929 16796. Misbranding of Ferrasal. U. S. v. 4 Dozen Bottles of Ferrasal. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Crown Remedy Co.
September 10, 1927, and January 27, 1928 16895. Adulteration of vinegar. U. S. v. National Vinegar Co. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $550 and costs. National Vinegar Co.
June 8, 1927, and June 21, 1928 16911. Adulteration of vinegar and prepared mustard. U. S. v. Louis Maull Co. Food Products Co. Pleas of guilty. Fines, $125. Louis Maull Co. Food Products Co.
January 21, 1929 ; February 13, 1929 16864. Misbranding of Pneumo-Phthysine. U. S. v. 39 Dozen Small Packages, et al., of Pneumo-Phthysine. Decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond Pneumo-Phthysine Chemical Manufacturing Co.
January 3, 1929 16868. Adulteration and misbranding of Knewitz's Stopake powders. U. S. v. 12 Dozen Packages of Knewitz's Stopake Powders. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Narco Drug Co.
September 7, 1927 ; March 8, 1928 16928. Adulteration of tincture aconite, tincture nux vomica, tincture opium, fluid extract ergot, strychnine sulphate tablets, and quinine sulphate tablets. U. S. v. The Blue Line Chemical Co. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $200. Blue Line Chemical Co.
October 12, 1927 16114. Adulteration and misbranding of strawberry preserves. U. S. v. 94 Cases of Strawberry Preserves. Decree of condemnation entered. Product released under bond. C. Von Allmen Preserving Co.
October 21, 1927 16145. Adulteration and misbranding of Japanese cod liver oil. U. S. v. 10 Drums of Japanese Cod liiver Oil. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Cook, Swan & Young Corp
November 24, 1928 16207. Adulteration of almonds. U. S. v. 34 Sacks of Almonds. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction Bennett Day Importing Co.
May 17, 1928 16231. Misbranding and alleged adulteration of preserves. U. S. v. 947 Cases of Strawberry Preserves, et al. Product adjudged misbranded and ordered released under bond. Eigelberner Food Products Co.
November 22, 1928 16232. Adulteration of frozen turkeys. U. S. v. 29 Barrels of Frozen Turkeys. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. S. A. Christian, Dallas, Tex.
October 3, 1928 16235. Adulteration of Brazil nuts. U. S. v. 41 Sacks of Brazil Nuts. Consent decree of release under bond entered. James W. McGlone (Inc.)
June 20, 1928 16286. Misbranding of tomato catsup. U. S. v. 159 1/2 Cases of Tomato Catsup. Product released under bond. Morgan Packing Co.
January 21, 1929 16379. Misbranding of Sniff. U. S. v. 23 5/6 Dozen Bottles of Sniff. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Paris American Corp
January 3, 1929 16380. Adulteration and misbranding of Campho-Quinine. U. S. v. 18 Packages of Campho-Quinine. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Gordon Remedy Co.
May 10, 1928 16388. Adulteration and misbranding of liquid culture Bacillus Bulgaricus and tablets Bacillus Bulgaricus. U. S. v. 10 Boxes of Liquid Culture Bacillus Bulgaricus, et al. Product ordered released under bond. Parke, Davis & Co.
March 16, May 13, and July 16, 1926 15183. Adulteration of black pepper. U. S. v. Biston Coffee Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $400. Biston Coffee Co.
July 6 and 16, 1925 ; August 8, 1925 15239. Adulteration and misbranding of butter. U. S. v. Paul A. Schulze (Paul A. Schulze Co.). Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $50 and costs. Paul A. Schulze, trading as the Paul A. Schulze Co.
September 4, 1926 15255. Adulteration of cherries. U. S. v. 900 Cases of Cherries. Consent decree of condemnation entered. Product released under bond. Yates County Canning Co, Penn Yan, N. Y.
May 7, 1927 15257. Adulteration and misbranding of butter. U. S. v. 900 Pounds of Butter. Consent decree of condemnation entered. Product released under bond. Terry Dairy Co.
July 3, 1929 ; August 7, 1929 17064. Adulteration and misbranding of ether. U. S. v. Six Hundred and Fifty 1-Pound Tins of Ether. Product adjudged adulterated and misbranded and released under bond. Merck & Co. (Inc.)
December 30, 1929 17085. Misbranding of Tanna-Menthol. U. S. v. 117 Small Bottles, et al., of Tanna-Menthol. Product adjudged misbranded. Released under bond. Tanna-Menthol Co. (Inc.)
October 29, 1929 17094. Misbranding of Success cold tablets. U. S. v. 23 2/8 Dozen Retail Cartons of Success Gold Tablets. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Walgreen Co.
August 30, 1929 17128. Adulteration and misbranding of vanilla extract. U. S. v. 3 5/6 Cartons of Vanilla Extract. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Atlanta Supply Co.
November 18, 1929 17146. Adulteration of dressed turkeys. U. S. v. 21 Barrels of Dressed Turkeys. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Bassell Bros
October 4, 1929 17148. Adulteration and misbranding of apple chops. U. S. v. 360 Sacks of Apple Chops. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. A. S. Teasdale, Rogers, Ark.
December 30, 1929 17208. Misbranding of X-Po. U. S. v. 66 Bottles of X-Po. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. X-Po Co.
August 18, 1929 17402. Misbranding of canned cherries. U. S. v. 482 Cases of Canned Cherries. Decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond. F. B. Huxley & Sons
October 8, 1929 17441. Adulteration of tomato puree. U. S. v. 823 Cases of Tomato Puree. Consent decree of condemnation. Product released under bond. Crampton Canneries (Inc.)
October 19, 1929 17520. Adulteration of canned tuna. U. S. v. 88 1/2 Cases of Tuna. Consent decree of condemnation. Product released under bond. Italian Food Products Co. (Inc.)
March 6, 1930, and May 2, 1930 17782. Adulteration and misbranding of Boracetine. U. S. v. 2 1/2 Dozen Bottles, et al., of Boracetine. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. F. E. Barr & Co.
February 12, 1980 17787. Adulteration and misbranding of Nuremedy. U. S. v. 23 3/4 Dozen Cartons of Nuremedy. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Central Laboratories Co.
October 30, 1929 17793. Adulteration and misbranding of T. M. C. laxative cold tablets. U. S. v. 18 Dozen Packages of T. M. C. Laxative Cold Tablets. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Frederick Stearns & Co.
May 7, 1930 17813. Adulteration of shelled pecans. U. S. v. 1 Barrel of Shelled Pecans. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Habicht Braun Co.
November 22, 1929 17814. Adulteration of pecans. U. S. v. 15 Sacks of Pecans. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Woodson Pecan Co.
November 6, 1930 17890. Adulteration of Greek string figs. U. S. v. 36 Boxes of Greek String Figs. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. W. A. Camp Co.
June 13, 1930 17897. Adulteration of walnuts. U. S. v. 10 Bags of Walnuts, et al. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. L. C. Mercantile Co.
December 9, 1929 17898. Adulteration of pecans. U. S. v. 16 Bags, of Pecans, et al. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Woodson Pecan Co.
September 25, 1930 ; November 7, 1930 18011. Adulteration of tomato puree. U. S. v. 1,566 Cans and 783 Cases of Tomato Puree. Bonds filed. Decrees entered ordering unfit portion destroyed; remainder released to be reconditioned. Crampton Canneries (Inc.)
September 22, 1930 18025. Adulteration of Brazil nuts. U. S. v. 129 Sacks of Brazil Nuts. Product ordered released under bond to be reconditioned. William A. Camp Co.
March 22, 1929 and August 9, 1929 18259. Misbranding of apple butter, vanilla extract, lemon extract, and vinegar. U. S. v. Louis Maull Co. Food Products Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $250 and costs. Louis Maull Co. Food Products Co.
October 4, 1930 18411. Adulteration of tomato catsup. U. S. v. 49 Cases of Tomato Catsup. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Frazier Packing Co.
September 3, 1930 ; September 4, 1930 18412. Adulteration of canned pimientos. U. S. v. 114 Cases, et al., of Pimientos. Product ordered released under bond, the unfit portion to be destroyed and the remainder to be reconditioned. Pomona Products Co.
January 8, 1931 ; January 10, 1931 18471. Adulteration and misbranding of ether. U. S. v. 115 Cans of Ether. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. General Chemical Co.
February 15, 1931 ; March 2, 1931 18735. Adulteration and misbranding of Germ-Elim. U. S. v. Thirty-six 4-Ounce Bottles, et al., of Germ-Elim. Default decree of condemnation, forfelture, and destruction. Germ-Elim Co.
May 23, 1930 18803. Adulteration and misbranding of butter. U. S. v. 315 Tubs of Butter. Consent decree of condemnation. Product released under bond. Swift & Co.
March 5, March 12, and March 17, 1930 18864. Adulteration and misbranding of butter. U. S. v. Paul A. Schulze Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $125 and costs. Paul A. Schulze Co.
March 30, 1931 18979. Adulteration of frozen strawberries. U. S. v. 18 Barrels of Cold Packed Strawberries. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Rahal Packing Co.
September 25, 1930 19025. Adulteration of tullibees. U. S. v. 1,000 Pounds of Tullibees. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Johanessen Fisheries
August 21, 1930 18594. Adulteration of tomato pulp. U. S. v. 170 Cases of Tomato Pulp. Default decree of destruction. G. S. Suppiger Co.
February 27, 1931 18662. Adulteration of fluid extract of ergot. U. S. v. 1 Gallon of Fluid Extract of Ergot. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Allaire Woodward & Co.
September 2, 1930 ; January 6, 1931 18663. Adulteration and misbranding of Uncle Jerry's salve. U. S. v. 64 Large Boxes, et al., of Uncle Jerry's Salve. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Jerry Hubbard Co.
March 2, 1931 19034. Misbranding of Marvel ointment. U. S. v. 1 1/6 Gross Jars of Marvel Ointment. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. White & Kleppinger (Inc.)
November 2, 1931 19406. Adulteration of dried cling peaches. U. S. v. 163 Boxes of Dried Cling Peaches. Product released under bond to be salvaged. Unfit portion destroyed. J. W. Teasdale & Co.
October 16, 1931 ; October 22, 1931 19410. Misbranding of canned peas. U. S. v. 1,132 Cases, et al., of Canned Peas. Judgments entered ordering product released under bond to be relabeled. H. M. Crites & Co.
November 2, 1931 19412. Adulteration of canned salmon. U. S. v. 52 Cases of Canned Salmon. Consent decree of condemnation. Product released under bond. Emery Food Co.
October 29, 1931 19421. Adulteration of dried apples. U. S. v. 2,000 Pounds of Dried Apples. Product released under bond to be salvaged. Unfit portion destroyed. J. W. Teasdale & Co.
August 20, 1931 19435. Misbranding of wheat bran. U. S. v. 115 Sacks of Wheat Bran. Product released under bond to be properly marked. Aviston Milling Co.
October 30, 1931 19441. Adulteration of evaporated apples. U. S. v. 6,000 Pounds of Evaporated Apples. Product released under bond. J. W. Teasdale & Co.
May 11, 1931 19568. Misbranding of butter. U. S. v. Sugar Creek Creamery Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $300. Sugar Creek Creamery Co.
December 5, 1931 ; December 16, 1931 19609. Adulteration of pecans. U. S. v. 259 Sacks of Pecans. Product ordered released under bond to be sorted and bad portion destroyed. Woodson Pecan Co.
October 21, 1931 19616. Adulteration of canned shrimp. U. S. v. 40 Cases of Canned Shrimp. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Lone Star Fish & Oyster Co., Corp
October 10, 1931 19617. Adulteration of canned shrimp. U. S. v. 226 Cases of Canned Shrimp. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. DeJean Packing Co.
January 28, 1932 ; February 20, 1932 19622. Adulteration of celery. U. S. v. 352 Crates of Celery. Decree ordering product released under bond. Manatee County Growers Association
December 17, 1931 19624. Misbranding of potatoes. U. S. v. 87 Sacks of Potatoes. Product ordered released under bond to be relabeled. Anthony Pupillo, trading as the Pupillo Fruit Co.
October 27, 1930 19666. Adulteration of morphine sulphate tablets. U. S. v. Meyer Bros. Drug Co. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $50 and costs. Meyer Bros. Drug Co.
March 8, 1932 ; March 10. 1932 19689. Adulteration and misbranding of pecans. U. S. v. 300 Bags, et al., of Pecans. Decrees entered ordering product released under bond to be sorted, and unfit portion destroyed. H. L. Cromartie, Albany, Ga.
October 7, 1931 19744. Adulteration of canned tomatoes. U. S. v. 525 Cases of Canned Tomatoes. Product released under bond to be salvaged and unfit portion destroyed. Gypsum Canning Co.
April 30, 1932 19782. Adulteration of cabbage. U. S. v. 1 Carload of Cabbage. Product ordered released under bond to be reconditioned, and unfit portion destroyed. Breaux Bridge Farm Produce Co.
August 25, 1930 19829. Adulteration of frozen eggs. U. S. v. L. Claude Henderson (Henderson Produce Co.). Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $50. L. Claude Henderson, a member of a co-partnership trading as the Henderson Produce Co.
May 3, 1932 19973. Adulteration of cabbage. U. S. v. 14,000 Pounds of Cabbage. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. M. E. Girard
March 11 and May 1, 1931 20204. Misbranding of prepared mustard and cider vinegar. U. S. v. Benjamin W. Kaplan (National Grocers Sundries Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $50. Benjamin W. Kaplan, trading as National Grocers Sundries Co.
June 15, 1931 20284. Adulteration and misbranding of butter. U. S. v. Sugar Creek Creamery Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $100. Sugar Creek Creamery Co.
July 29, 1931 20325. Adulteration of butter. U. S. v. Gilbert T. Guthrie (Aro Creamery Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $25. Gilbert T. Guthrie, trading as Aro Creamery Co.
January 13, 1930 20357. Adulteration of Dr. Gates' Cato tooth paste. U. S. v. Cato Chemical Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $50. Cato Chemical Co.
October 14, 1931 20379. Adulteration and misbranding of tincture of digitalis. U. S. v. Three 1-Pint Bottles, et al., of Tincture of Digitalis. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Schieffelin & Co.
March 6, March 8, March 10, March 13, and March 15, 1930 20389. Misbranding of liquid medicine (fluidextract of ginger). U. S. v. 5 Barrels of Fluidextract Glnger. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Hub Products Co.
February 9, 1932 20392. Misbranding of Ulcicur. U. S. v. 17 Bottles of Ulcicur. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Ulcicur Co.
July 18, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 969, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF "TRUE EGGS SUBSTITUTE." True Egg Substitute Co.
January 9, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 970, FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. ADULTERATION OF FROZEN EGGS Herbert S. Johnson
February 27, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1000. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF SODIC ALUMINIC SULPHATE Ashley Warehouse, St. Louis, Mo.
May 14, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1014. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF COFFEE Brokaw Merchandise Co.
May 14, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1015. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF MAPLE SUGAR Brokaw Merchandise Co.
October 25, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1019. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF DR. MOFFETT'S TEETHINA T. N. Flourney, St. Louis, Mo., doing business under the name of C. J. Moffett Medicine Co.
September 22, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1038. (Given pursuant to Section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF PRESERVED PEACH, APPLE, AND SUGAR St. Louis Syrup and Preserving Co.
October 19, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1041. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF PISTACHIO EXTRACT Western Candy & Bakers Supply Co.
March 6, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1042. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF SUGAR CORN FLAKES Scudders-Gale Grocer Co.
August 4, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1057. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF EXTRACT OF ALMOND, IMITATION FLAVOR OF BANANA, EXTRACT OF ORANGE, GREEN CAKE COLOR, RED CAKE COLOR, YELLOW CAKE COLOR, IMITATION FLAVOR OF PEACH, IMITATION FLAVOR OF PINEAPPLE, IMITATION FLAVOR OF STRAWBERRY, IMITATION FLAVOR OF RASPBERRY, EXTRACT OF ROSE GERANIUM, AND EXTRACT OF JAMAICA GINGER. James H. Forbes Tea & Coffee Co.
- NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1069. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF CONDENSED MILK Chouteau Avenue Crystal Ice
- NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1085. (Glyen pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF TOMATO CATSUP Gildehaus-Wulfing & Co.
- NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1086. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF TOMATO CATSUP August Nasse & Sons
April 11, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1096. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF FLAVORING EXTRACT Edward Weston Tea & Spice Co.
November 12, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1097. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF BLACKBERRY JAM National Pickle & Canning Co.
March 15, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1098. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF CATSUP National Pickle and Canning Co.
November 8, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1099. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF FLAVORING EXTRACT St. Louis Coffee & Spice Mills, a corporation, of St. Louis, Mo.
April 23, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1100. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF CRYSTAL EGG St. Louis Crystals Egg Co.
July 10, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1102. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF CRYSTAL EGGS St. Louis Crystals Egg Co.
- NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1104. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF COMPOUND VANILLA FLAVOR N. Terzis, St. Louis, Mo.
- NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1105. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF IMPROVED SODIC ALUMINIC SULPHATE Hygienic Chemical Co.
March 23, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1115. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ALLEGED ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF OLEOMARGARINE Jesse A. Steele, doing business as Wisconsin Creamery Co.
August 7, 1909 ; January 25, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1118. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ALLEGED ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF VANILLA EXTRACT; ADULTERATION OF PEPPER Eddy & Eddy Manufacturing Co.
- NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1144. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF CHAMPAGNE John Bardenheier Wine & Liquor Co.
December 17, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1162. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF TOMATO CATSUP F. Goebel & Sons
- NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1163. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF TOMATO CATSUP Reinhart Grocery Co.
- NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1175. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF TOMATO CATSUP Scudders Gale Grocer Co.
May 11 and June 6, 1919 9003. Misbranding of Gillen's Cholera Remedy. U. S. v. 94 Cases of Gillen's Cholera Remedy. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released on bond. United States Remedies Co.
May 3, 1920 9070. Misbranding of Dr. Martel's Female Pills. U. S. v. 34 Packages of Dr. Martel's Female Pills. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. McCullough Drug Co.
May 24, 1920 9072. Misbranding of Madame Dean Female Pills. U. S. v. 12 Packages of Madame Dean Female Pills. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Martin Rudy, Lancaster, Pa.
August 22, 1917 9091. Adulteration of milk. U. S. v. Anton Steinmann. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $75 and costs. Anton Steinmann, Aviston, Ill.
October 3, 1919 9095. Adulteration of tomato puree. U. S. v. 150 Cases of Tomato Puree. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Lapel Canning Co.
November 19, 1919 9126. Adulteration of tomato pulp. U. S. v. 146 Cases of Canned. Tomato Pulp. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Central States Canning Co.
September 18, 1917 9131. Adulteration of milk. U. S. v. Mrs. Margaret Alters. Plea of nolo contendere to count 1 of the indictment. Fine, $75 and costs. Count 2 dismissed. Mrs. Margaret Alters
February 10, 1920 9204. Misbranding of Palmo Tablets. U. S. v. 27 Packages of Palmo Tablets. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. McCullough Drug Co.
August 18, 1919 9219. Misbranding of Madame Dean Female Pills. U. S. v. 25 Packages of Madame Dean Female Pills. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Martin Rudy, Lancaster, Pa.
November 5, 1909 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2130. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF VANILLA EXTRACT Warner-Jenkinson Co.
February 10, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2147. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF OIL OF CAJUPUT Meyer Bros. Drug Co.
September, 1912 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2231. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF SYRUP Adam Roth Grocery Co.
- NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2295. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ABULTERATION OF GELATIN. W. K. Jahn Co.
June 13, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2307. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF SALAD DRESSING National Pickle & Canning Co.
October 26, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2308. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF SO-CALLED NON-ALCOHOLIC VANILLA Non-Alcoholic Extract Co.
October 7, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2311. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act) ADULTERATION OF TOMATO CATSUP National Pickle & Canning Co.
October 16, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2312. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF TOMATO CATSUP National Pickle & Canning Co.
July 5, 1911 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2377. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF OIL OF BENZALDEHYDE OR SYNTHETIC OIL OF BITTER ALMOND Dodge & Olcott Co.
November 12, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2397. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF PRESERVES St. Louis Syrup & Preserving Co.
December 7, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2398. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF PRESERVES St. Louis Syrup & Preserving Co.
September 14, 1912 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2402. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF SCUPPERNONG WINE Nelson Distilling Co.
October 7, 1912 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2403. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF ABSINTHE J Simon & Sons
March 28, 1912 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2404. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) MISBRANDING OF SCUPPERNONG WINE Frank Sittermann Wine & Liquor Co.
October 18, 1912 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2447. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) U. S. v. 15 Cases of Wine. Decree of condemnation by default. Product ordered destroyed. ABULTERATION AND MISBRANDING OF SCUPPERNONG WINE. Samuel Epstein, St. Louis, Mo.
February 6, 1911 ; December 14, 1910 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2493. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) U. S. v. C. F. Blanke Tea & Coffee Co. Tried to a jury. Verdict not guilty. MISBRANDING OF KAFEKA C. F. Blanke Tea & Coffee Co.
March 17, 1931 20452. Misbranding of cream meal, wheat flour, and corn flour. U. S. v. Scott County Milling Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $400 and costs. Scott County Milling Co.
February 24, 1932 20525. Adulteration of pecans. U. S. v. 4 Sacks of Pecans. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. National Pecan Marketing Association
November 6, 1931 20545. Adulteration and misbranding of orange flavoring extract. U. S. v. 1,120 Bottles of Fluidextract of Ginger and 256 Bottles of Orange Flavoring Extract. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. H. L. Jones Co.
November 6, 1931 20570. Adulteration and misbranding of fluidextract of ginger. U. S. v. 1,120 Bottles of Fluidextract of Ginger, et al. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. H. L. Jones Co.
May 17, 1932 20587. Misbranding of O. K.-Lax. U. S. v. 10 Dozen Packages of O. K.-Lax. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Live Food Products Co.
October 29, 1932 20624. Adulteration and misbranding of gray wheat shorts. U. S. v. 200 Sacks of Gray Wheat Shorts. Consent decree of condemnation. Product released under bond to be relabeled. Crete Mills, Crete, Nebr.
October 22, 1932 20625. Adulteration of walnuts. U. S. v. 48 Bags and 133 Bags of Walnuts. Libel dismissed as to portion. Remainder condemned and released under bond. C. C. Collins Co.
March 17, 1932 20627. Misbranding of black pepper. U. S. v. 110 Dozen Tins of Black Pepper. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Hudson Tea & Spice Co., Inc.
October 22, 1932 20667. Adulteration of Brazil nuts. U. S. v. 45 Bags of Brazil Nuts. Product released under bond for separation and destruction of decomposed portion. W. R. Grace & Co.
September 30, 1932 20717. Adulteration of walnuts. U. S. v. 89 Bags of Walnuts. Portion of product condemned and released under bond. Libel dismissed as to remainder. Rosenberg Bros. & Co.
December 8, 1915 5255. Adulteration and misbranding of apple cider. U. S. v. John F. Morehead and Frederick W. Morehead (Los Angeles Fruit Products Co.). Pleas of guilty. Fine, $20. John F. Morehead and Frederick W. Morehead, trading as the Los Angeles Fruit Products Co.
August 25, 1916 5283. Adulteration of turmeric root. U. S. v. 18 Bags of Turmeric Root. Consent decree of condemnation, and forfeiture. Product ordered released on bond. L. E. Ransom Co.
February 21, 1916 5469. Adulteration of grapefruit and oranges. U. S. v. 267 Cases of Grapefruit and 33 Cases of Oranges. Good portion of product ordered released. Unfit portion ordered destroyed. H. C. Schrader Co.
February 21, 1917 5470. Adulteration of oranges. U. S. v. 300 Cases of Oranges. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. H. B. McCall, Oviedo, Fla.
March 13, 1917 5496. Adulteration of oranges. U. S. v. 381 Cases of Oranges. Consent decree ordering release of good portion of product. Unfit portion ordered destroyed. Sutherland Fruit Co.
February 10, 1913 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2629. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) U. S. v. Two Barrels Gelatine. Decree of condemnation by consent. Goods ordered destroyed unless certain conditions met. ADULTERATION OF GELATINE B. Riley Hauk Supply Co.
June 30, 1906 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2634. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) U. S. v. 22 Cases of Water. Decree of condemnation by default. Product ordered destroyed. MISBRANDING OF WEST BADEN SPRUDEL WATER J. S. Merrell Drug Co.
- NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 1300. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) ADULTERATION OF DRIED EGG ALBUMEN. Dry Egg Company
February 1, 1923 11544. Adulteration of tangerines. U. S. v. 150 Boxes of Tangerines. Consent decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Polk Co. Citrus Sub-Exchange
February 10, 1922 11559. Adulteration of frozen eggs. U. S. v. American Egg & Products Co., a Corporation. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $100 and costs. American Egg & Products Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
March 23, 1923 11618. Adulteration and misbranding of oysters. U. S. v. 98 Cases of Oysters. Consent deeree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond. St. Michaels Packing Co., St. Michaels, Md.
February 10, 1923 11466. Misbranding of Plough's Prescription C-2223. U. S. v. 22 Bottles and 27 Bottles of Plough's Prescription C-2223. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Plough Chemical Co., Memphis, Tenn.
August 23, 1921 11493. Adulteration of beans with pork. U. S. v. Edward Musen and Max Rosen (Union Market Grocery Co.). Pleas of guilty. Fine, $150. Edward Musen and Max Eosen, copartners, trading as the Union Market Grocery Co., St. Louis, Mo.
September 11, 1922 11495. Adulteration and misbranding of vinegar. U. S. v. 70 Barrels of Vinegar. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond. Powell Corp., Canandaigua, N. Y.
December 29, 1922 11498. Adulteration of canned apricot pulp. U. S. v. 51 Cans of Apricot Pulp. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Manuel Caragol & Sons, New York, N. Y.
March 19 and 28, 1921 10303. Misbranding of Lung Germine. U. S. v. 73 Bottles of Lung Germine. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Lung Germine Co., Jackson, Mich.
July 6, 1921 10305. Adulteration of raisins. U. S. v. 1417 Cartons of Raisins. Judgment by consent ordering release of the product under bond. George W. Teasdale, St. Louis, Mo.
January 27, 1919 7137. Adulteration of Chili peppers. U. S.v. 16 Sacks of Chili Peppers. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered released on bond. Simon Levi Co.
December 1, 1917, and December 22, 1917 7141. Adulteration of gelatin. U. S. v. Consumers Glue Co., a. corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $50 and costs. Consumers Glue Co.
March 11, 1918 7168. Adulteration of table sirup. U. S. v. American Syrup & Preserving Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty as to first count of information charging adulteration. Fine, $25 and costs. Remaining counts dismissed. American Syrup & Preserving Co.
December 3, 1918 7199. Adulteration of dried peaches. U. S. v. 1,150 Cases of Dried Peaches. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered released on bond. Niehoff-Schulze Groc. Co., Inc.
February 11, 1919 7219. Adulteration of Chili peppers. U. S. v. 10 Sacks of Chili Peppers. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product ordered released on bond. Sellers-Brown Coffee Co.
September 7, 1911 3893. Adulteration and misbranding of poultry feed. U. S. v. Steinmesch Feed & Poultry Supply Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $50 and costs. Steinmesch Feed & Poultry Supply Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
November 25, 1911 3899. Adulteration and misbranding of so-called coffee. U. S. v. Hanley & Kinsella Coflee & Spice Co. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $20 and costs. Hanley & Kinsella Coffee & Spice Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
August 5, 1912 3920. Adulteration and misbranding of pepper. U. S. v. Hanley & Kinsella Cofflee & Spice Co. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $20 and costs. Hanley & Kinsella Coffee & Spice Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
April 8, 1912 3921. Adulteration and misbranding of ground pepper. U. S. v. Hanley & Kinsella Coffee & Spice Co. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $20 and costs. Hanley & Kinsella Coffee & Spice Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
February 9, 1912 3922. Adulteration and misbranding of pepper. U. S. v. Hanley & Kinsella Coffee & Spice Co. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $20 and costs. Hanley & Kinsella Coffee & Spice Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
January 28, 1913 3969. Misbranding of "Dr. Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil." U. S. v. The Paris Medicine Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $25 and costs. Paris Medicine Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
May 22, 1913 3970. Misbranding of so-called soluble coffee. U. S. v. C. F. Blanke Tea & Coffee Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $10 and costs. C. F. Blanke Tea & Coffee Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
October 31, 1912 3971. Misbranding of "Ballard's Horehound Syrup Compound." U. S. v. James F. Ballard. Plea of guilty. Fine, $10 and costs. James E. Ballard, St. Louis, Mo.
November 22, 1912 3974. Adulteration of catsup. U. S. v. National Pickle & Canning Co., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $10 and costs. National Pickle & Canning Co., a corporation, St. Louis, Mo.
March 25, 1913 3983. Adulteration and misbranding of compound catsup. U. S. v. Frederick W. Stute et al. (Stute & Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $20. Frederick W. Stute and George Van Ronzelen, copartners, trading under the firm name of Stute & Co., St. Louis, Mo.
October 29, 1938 30538. Adulteration and misbranding of butter. U. S. v. Missouri Valley Creamery Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $50. Missouri Valley Creamery Co.
January 10, 1939 30780. Adulteration and misbranding of tincture of digitalis. U. S. v. 24 Bottles of Tincture of Digitalis. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. National Drug Co.
June 14 and June 19, 1923 12407. Misbranding of butter. U. S. v. Sugar Creek Creamery Co., a Corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $200. Sugar Creek Creamery Co.
November 16, 1923 12450. Adulteration of Brazil nuts. U. S. v. 4 Barrels of Brazil nuts. Decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. United Bakers' Supply Co.
November 15, 1923 12451. Adulteration of Brazil nuts. U. S. v. 5 Barrels of Brazil Nuts. De cree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. United Bakers' Supply Co.
April 11, 1919 12497. Adulteration and misbranding of color. U. S. v. W. B. Wood Mfg Co., a Corporation, and W. B. Wood. Case dismissed as to W. B. Wood. Plea of guilty by W. B. Wood Mfg. Co. Fine, $200 and costs. W. B. Wood Mfg. Co.
June 24, 1938 29802. Adulteration of caraway seed. U. S. v. 110 Bags of Caraway Seed. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. P. H. Petry
August 20 to August 23, 1938 30033. Adulteration and misbranding of prophylactics. U. S. v. 26 Gross of Rubber Prophylactics (and 2 similar seizure actions). Default decrees of condemnation and destruction. Latex Distributing Co.
August 30, 1938 30101. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 50 Bushels of Apples. Default decree of condemnation. Product ordered delivered to a charitable organization. J. W. Macauley
September 24, 1938 30102. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 150 Bushels of Apples. Default decree of condemnation. Product ordered delivered to a charitable institution. Abe Weinstein
September 21, 1938 30103. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 120 Bushels of Apples. Default decree of condemnation. Product ordered delivered to a charitable institution. Cohen Orchard
December 15, 1937 30216. Adulteration and misbranding of SC Red Tablets and Adulteration of Special Compressed Tablets Magnesium Oxide, Phenobarbital & Atropine Compound. U. S. v. Charles H. Dietz (Charles H. Dletz Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $375. Charles H. Dietz, trading as Charles H. Dietz Co.
August 4, 1938 29496. Adulteration of grits. U. S. v. 85 Sacks of Grits. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Baltic Mills Co.
December 31, 1937 29497. Adulteration of buckwheat flour. U. S. v. 201 Sacks of Buckwheat Flour. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Larrowe Buckwheat Flour Corporation
July 8, 1938 29498. Adulteration of corn flour. U. S. v. 39 Sacks of Corn Flour. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Decatur Milling Co.
August 17, 1938 29630. Adulteration and misbranding of V5 The Vitamin Food Drink. U. S. v. 144 Cans of V5 The Vitamin Food Drink. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. V5, Inc.
September 26, 1938 ; September 29, 1938 29638. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 58 Bushels of Apples (and three other seizure actions). Decrees of condemnation. Product released under bond conditioned that deleterious ingredients be removed. Cicardi Bros. Fruit & Produce Co.
September 15, 1938 29647. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 27 Bushels of Apples. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Max Sherman
September 13, 1938 29708. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 74 Bushels of Apples. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Everett Hagen
September 4, 1938 29710. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 350 Baskets and 133 Crates of Apples. Consent decrees of condemnation. Product released under bond for salvaging of good portion. Allie Retzer
April 22, 1938 29736. Adulteration of butter. U. S. v. Merchants Dairy Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $120 and costs. Merchants Dairy Co.
February 11, 1938 29800. Adulteration of nitrous oxide. U. S. v. 12 Cylinders of Nitrous Oxide (and 5 other seizure actions against the same product). Default decrees of condemnation and destruction. Cheney Chemical Co.
January 20, 1938 28740. Misbranding of Zomogo Oil. U. S. v. 16 Bottles of Zomogo Oil. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. L. Zomogo Hood
September 21, 1937 28797. Misbranding of canned tomatoes. U. S. v. 445 Cases of Canned Tomatoes. Consent decree ordering product released under bond for relabeling. Frank Cooke, trading as Marysville Packing Co.
May 15, June 10, and July 20, 1937 28916. Adulteration of Mexican corn chips. U. S. v. 24 Cases and 325 Cases of Tostadas. Default decrees of condemnation and destruction. Tostadas Corporation
October 20, 1937 28534. Misbrandingr of canned pears. U. S. v. 218 Cases of Canned Diced Bartlett Pears. Consent decree of condemnation. Product released under bond for relabeling. Van Nouhuys & Co.
July 13 and September 24, 1937 28535. Misbranding of canned tomatoes. U. S. v. 157 Cases and 540 Cases of Tomatoes. Portion of product condemned and destroyed; one lot ordered destroyed; remainder released under bond to be relabeled. Dupont Canning Co.
March 31, 1936 28628. Adulteration and misbranding of unflavored Jell-O. U. S. v. 10 Cases and 29 Cases of Unflavored Jell-O. Default decrees of condemnation and destruction. General Foods Corporation
November 3 and 28, 1936 ; March 20 and April 1, 1937 28116. Adulteration of tomato catsup. U. S. v. 152 Cases, 525 Cases, and 108 Cases of Tomato Catsup. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Naas Corporation
October 1, 1937 28262. Misbranding of canned cherries. U. S. v. 398 Cases and 398 Cases of Pitted Cherries. Product ordered released under bond for relabeling. Comstock Canning Corporation
October 20, 1936, and March 5, 1937 28340. Misbranding of cold capsules. U. S. v. S. Pfeiffer Manufacturing Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $300 and costs. S. Pfeiffer Manufacturing Co.
October 21, 1937 28360. Misbranding of P. & S. Brand Sani-Strips. U. S. v. 12 Dozen Packages of P. & S. Brand Sani-Strips. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. American White Cross Laboratory
April 20 to May 20, 1935 25587. Adulteration and misbranding of Ownen's Viti-Veg. U. S. v. Edward Ownen, Frank Dawdy, and Glen Allmon, copartners, trading as Bakers Research Co. Pleas of nolo contendere. Fines aggregating $600 imposed, and costs awarded against defendants. Edward Ownen, Frank Dawdy, and Glen Avon, copartners, trading under the name of Bakers Research Co.
August 31, 1935 25715. Adulteration of cream. U. S. v. Ross & Co., Inc. Plea of guilty. Fine, $50 and costs. Ross & Co., Inc.
May 3, 1935 25831. Adulteration and misbranding of strychnine sulphate tablets. U. S. v. Meyer Bros. Drug Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $400 and costs. Meyer Bros. Drug Co.
August 19, 1936 27879. Adulteration of phenolphthalein tablets and tincture of belladonna leaves. U. S. v. Meyer Bros. Drag Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $400. Meyer Bros. Drug Co.
October 16, 1935, and March 28, 1936 27929. Adulteration of preserves and jam. U. S. v. Salomon Food Products Co., a corporation, Jacob Postel, Jr., and William Hartman. Pleas of guilty. Corporation fined $400. Individual defendants each fined $100. Salomo Food Products Co.
May 23 to July 19, 1937 27940. Adulteration of butter. U. S. v. 436 Tubs of Butter. Product released under bond. Pruitt Produce Co.
October 31, 1937 27996. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 60 Bushels of Apples. Default decree of condemnation. Product delivered to a charitable organization. Frank Angello
October 19, 1936 27432. Adulteration of tomato puree. U. S. v. 98 Cases of Tomato Puree. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Decatur Packing Corporation
December 4, 1936 27455. Adulteration of tomato catsup. U. S. v. 67 Cases of Tomato Catsup. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Naas Corporation of Indiana
September 11, 1936 27546. Misbranding of W. H. Bull's Quick Pile Relief. U. S. v. W. H. Bull Medicine Co., Inc., and Harley E. Houts. Pleas of guilty. Corporation fined $200 and costs. Harley E. Houts fined $50. W. H. Bull Medicine Co. Inc.
January 19 and April 16, 1937 27572. Misbranding of Oilax Compound Tablets. U. S. v. 1,080 Boxes, et al., of Oilax Compound Tablets. Default decrees of condemnation and destruction. G. Knewitz
October 13, 1936 27650. Adulteration of canned salmon. U. S. v. 500 Cases of Canned Salmon. Portion of product condemned and destroyed. Remainder released. Wesco Foods Co.
April 21, 1937 27689. Adulteration of canned pineapple. U. S. v. 293 Cases of Pineapple. Product released under bond for segregation and destruction of decomposed portion. Getz Bros. & Co.
October 8 and October 9, 1936 27005. Adulteration of canned tomato puree. U. S. v. 871 Cans of Tomato Puree. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Central States Packing Co.
February 15, 1937 27022. Adulteration and misbranding of potatoes. U. S. v. 360 Sacks of Potatoes. Product released under bond to be relabeled. Joseph L. Bushman
September 14, 1936 27072. Adulteration of canned tomato pulp. U. S. v. 291 Cans of Tomato Pup. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. M. & R. Canning Co.
January 9, 1937 27189. Adulteration of tomato sauce. U. S. v. 169 Cases of Tomato Sauce. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Val Vita Food Products, Inc.
June 29, 1936 27209. Adulteration of butter. U. S. v. 26 Tubs of Butter. Decree ordering product released under bond. Tom J. May
March 16, 1937 27210. Adulteration of shell eggs. U. S. v. 43 Cases of Shell Eggs. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Hayes Hatchery
February 27, 1935 27276. Alleged Adulteration of apple chops. U. S. v. 993 Sacks of Apple Chops. Tried to the court. Judgment dismissing libel. Affirmed by Circuit Court of Appeals. Washington Dehydrated Food Co.
August 21, 1936 27297. Adulteration of butter. U. S. v. Producers Creamery Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $1 and costs. Producers Creamery Co.
February 27, 1937 27316. Adulteration of tomato puree. U. S. v. 300 Cans of Tomato Puree. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Frazier Packing Corporation
October 13, 1936 26874. Adulteration of tomato puree. U. S. v. 435 Cases of Tomato Puree. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Columbia Conserve Co.
September 29, 1936 26882. Adulteration of tomato pulp. U. S. v. 288 Cans of Tomato Pulp. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Frazier Packing Corporation
October 5 and October 8, 1936 26885. Adulteration of tomato puree. U. S. v. 99 Cases and 198 Cases of Tomato Puree. Default decrees of condemnation and destruction. Everitt Packing Co.
September 21 and November 9, 1936 26887. Adulteration of tomato pulp. U. S. v. 337 Cans and 338 Cans of Tomato Pulp. Default decrees of condemnation and destruction. Vallonia Canning Co.
October 17, 1936 26904. Adulteration of Brazil nuts and filberts. U. S. v. 17 Bags of Brazil Nuts (and other libel proceedings). Portions of products released under bond for segregation and destruction of unfit nuts. Remainder condemned and ordered delivered to charitable institution on condition that the decomposed nuts be destroyed. William A. Camp Co., Inc.
November 15 and December 6, 1935 26970. Adulteration and misbranding of Neurosine. U. S. v. Dios Chemical Co. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $500 and costs. Dios Chemical Co.
March 5 and May 7, 1936 26983. Misbranding of Sanadon. U. S. v. 15 Bottles of Sanadon. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Creotina Chemical Co.
July 11, 1936 26996. Adulteration and misbranding of Cereal Lactic (Powder) and Cereal Lactic (Capsules). U. S. v. 41 Packages of Cereal Lactic (Powder) and 66 Packages of Cereal Lactic (Capsules). Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Cereal Lactic Co.
January 2, 1936 26539. Adulteration of preserves. U. S. v. G. & H. Products, Inc. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $250 and costs. G. & H. Products, Inc.
February 1 and March 12, 1936 26552. Misbranding of apple butter. U. S. v. Louis Maull, Sr. and William H. Leyhe, Jr., Receivers for the Louis Maull Co. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $100 and costs. Louis Maull, Sr. and William H. Leyhe, Jr., receivers for the Louis Maull Co.
October 28, 1936 26618. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 59 Bushels of Apples. Default decree of condemnation. Product delivered to charitable institution on condition that deleterious substances be removed. J. B. Russell
August 19, 1935 26661. Adulteration and misbranding of olive oil. U. S. v. 69 Cases and 26 Cases of Olive Oil. Consent decree of condemnation. Product released nnder bond for relabeling. A. J. Capone Co., Inc.
September 12, 1936 26724. Misbranding of canned salmon. U. S. v. 600 Cartons of Canned Salmon. Product released under bond to be relabeled. Kroger Grocery & Baking Co.
February 14, 1935 26731. Adulteration of Compressed Tablets Phenobarbital, Special Compressed Tablets 1904, and Special Chocolate Coated Tablets 1903. U. S. v. Charles H. Dletz (Charles H. Dletz & Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $225 and costs. Charles H. Dietz, trading as Charles H. Dietz & Co.
January 9, 1936 26751. Misbranding of Hi-Test Catarrh Jelly and Quality Sealed Sore Throat Remedy. U. S. v. 245 Tubes of Hi-Test Catarrh Jelly and 196 Bottles of Quality Sealed Sore Throat Remedy. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Sam Sorbitz and Star Jobbing Co.
March 19, 1936 26775. Misbranding of Parkelp. U. S. v. 12 Packages of Parkelp. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Philip R. Park, Inc.
August 16, 1935, and December 14, 1935 26794. Adulteration and misbranding of Iodia and Papine. U. S. v. Battle & Company Chemists Corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $550 and costs. Battle & Company Chemists Corporation
April 18, 1936 26357. Misbranding of chocolate-flavored malted milk. U. S. v. 22 Cases of Chocolate-Flavored Malted Milk. Default decree of condemnation and and destruction. Circle Foods, Inc.
August 9, 1936 26453. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 48 Baskets of Apples. Default decree of condemnation. Product ordered released for charitable purposes, upon being peeled and cored. Joe Kainp's Packing Shed
July 30, 1936 26454. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 150 Baskets of Apples. Consent decree of condemnation and destruction. George Wienecke
September 4 and September 8, 1936 26465. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 54 and 42 Bushel Baskets of Apples. Default decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product delivered to a charitable institution. Langer Bros.
September 17 and October 25, 1935 26481. Misbranding of Jermite, A Poultry Tonic; Blu-V-Spray, and Jermite Wormer. U. S. v. 55 Bottles of Jermite, A Poultry Tonic, 60 Bottles of Blue-V-Spray, and 10 Bottles of Jermite Wormer. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Tim Lake Products, Inc.
October 5, 1933 25853. Alleged misbranding of canned shelled pecans. U. S. v. R. B. Funsten Co. Tried to the court. Judgment of not guilty. R. E. Funsten Co.
November 27, 1935 25907. Misbranding of beer. U. S. v. 150 Cases of Beer. Consent decree of condemnation. Product released under bond to be relabeled. Miller Brewing Co.
February 27, 1936 26073. Adulteration of evaporated apples. U. S. v. 175 Bags of Evaporated Apples. Product released under bond. K. & H. Evaporating Co., Inc.
May 10, 1935 25401. Adulteration of atropine sulphate hypodermic tablets and strychnine sulphate hypodermic tablets. U. S. v. The Tilden Co., a corporation. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $600 and costs. Tilden Co.
August 6, 1935 25405. Misbranding of Dr. Grabill's Prescription No. 1313. U. S. v. 10 Cartons of Dr. Grabill's Prescription No. 1313. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Maison Laboratories
April 11, 1935 25440. Misbranding of canned spinach. U. S. v. 150 1/4 Cases of Canned Spinach. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Clamme Canning Co.
September 13, 1935 25452. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 26 Bushels of Apples. Default decree of oondenuiation and destruction. Charles Passiglia
September 27, 1935 25455. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 48 Bushels of Apples. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. C. F. Kinder
August 27, 1935 25456. Adulteration of butter. U. S. v. 81 Cartons of Butter. Product ordered released under bond to be denatured. Paul A. Schulze Co.
September 17, 1935 25514. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 67 Bushels of Apples. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Louis Kaysing
August 9, 1935 25143. Misbranding of paregoric, Chlorinometer Gas, Universal Pain Expeller, Universal Brand Liniment, and Laxative Cold and Grippe Breakers. U. S. v. 25 Bottles of Paregoric, et al. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Chicago Drug Sales Co.
June 8, 1935 25185. Adulteration of tomato puree. U. S. v. 508 Cases, et al., of Tomato Puree. Default decrees of condemnation and destruction. Rio Grande Valley Canning Co.
February 1, March 1, and May 1, 1935 25202. Misbranding of cream of tartar, black pepper, and paprika. U. S. v. 33 Cans of Cream Tartar, 372 Cans of Black Pepper, and 141 Cans of Paprika. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Temson Products Co.
March 8, 1935 25242. Adulteration of canned tuna. U. S. v. 842 Cases of Canned Tuna. Product released under bond for separation and destruction of decomposed portion. Van Camp Sea Food Co., Inc.
April 2, 1935 25295. Adulteration of canned sardines. U. S. v. 225 Cases of Sardines. Consent decree of condemnation and destruction. Del Mar Canning Corporation
June 27, 1934 25309. Adulteration of apple butter. U. S. v. Preserves & Honey, Inc. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $100 and costs. Preserves & Honey, Inc.
June 14 and July 12, 1935 25330. Adulteration and misbranding of malt sirup. U. S. v. 30 1/2 Cases of Malt Syrup. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Dextora Co.
September 18, 1935 25352. Misbranding of beer. U. S. v. 150 Cases of Beer. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. J. G. [B.] Margolies Liquor Co.
October 1, 1935 25375. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 51 Bushels of Apples. Consent decree of condemnation and destruction. J. B. Russell
May 31, 193 25069. Misbranding of Dr. S. C. Skeel's Coloni-Compound. U. S. v. Colo Laboratories, Inc. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $75. Coloni Laboratories, Inc.
April 15 and May 11, 1935 24693. Misbranding of Fowlerine. U. S. v. 22 Bottles, et al., of Fowlerine. Default decrees of condemnation and destruction. Fowler Medicine & Chemical Co.
June 19 and July 11, 1933 24703. Misbranding of butter. U. S. v. Chester B. McAllister and Ralph N. McAllister (McAllister Bros.). Pleas of guilty. Fines, $50. Chester B. McAllister and Ralph N. McAllister, copartners trading as McAllister Bros.
June 13 and June 25, 1934 24812. Adulteration of butter. U. S. v. 30 Tubs, et al., of Butter. Decrees of condemnation and sale. McLeansboro Creamery Co.
April 21 and May 9, 1934 24847. Misbranding of canned peaches. U. S. v. G. H. Wetterau & Sons Grocer Co., and Otto Wetterau. Pleas of guilty. Fines, $103. G. H. Wetterau & Sons Grocer Co.
October 23, 1934 24412. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 25 Bushels of Apples. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. O. C. Pruitt
September 10, 1934, and December 31, 1934 24414. Adulteration of tomato puree and tomato pulp. U. S. v. 367 Cases of Tomato Puree, et al. Default decrees of condemnation and destruction. Everitt Packing Co.
September 19, 1934, and January 29, 1935 24420. Adulteration of tomato catsup. U. S. v. 149 Cases, et al., of Tomato Catsup. Default decrees of condemnation and destruction. Frazier Packing Corporation
December 8, 1934 24442. Adulteration of tomato puree. U. S. v. 172 Cases of Tomato Puree. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Wabash Valley Canning Co., Inc.
October 26, 1934 2444S. Adulteration of tomato puree. U. S. v. 150 Cans of Tomato Puree. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. M & R Canning Co.
December 8, 1934 24450. Adulteration of tomato puree. U. S. v. 149 Cases of Tomato Puree. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. [Wabash] Valley Canning Co., Inc.
September 29, 1934 24452. Adulteration of tomato puree. U. S. v. 399 Cases of Tomato Puree. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. G. S. Suppiger Co.
February 8, 1935 24465. Misbranding of canned tomatoes. U. S. v. 1,000 Cases of Canned Tomatoes. Consent decree of condemnation. Product released under bond. Fettig Canning Co.
September 16, 1930, February 6, February 28, June 17, June 18, and July 10, 1931 24502. Adulteration and misbranding of cereal meal. U. S. v. The Cereal Meal Corporation. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $270 and costs. Cereal Meal Corporation
December 31, 1931, and September 6, 1933 24513. Misbranding of Sayman's Healing Salve, Dr. Sayman's Liniment, and Sayman's Vegetable Wonder Soap. U. S. v. T. M. Sayman Products Co. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $1,000 and costs. T. M. Sayman Products Co.
June 6, 1934 24578. Adulteration of butter. U. S. v. Theodore L. Hoef (Monroe City Creamery). Plea of guilty. Fine, $100. Theodore L. Hoef, trading as the Monroe City Creamery, Monroe City, Mo.
October 13, 1934 24606. Adulteration of canned tomato puree. U. S. v. 275 Cans of Tomato Puree. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. M & R Canning Co.
September 7, 1934 24141. Adulteration and misbranding of tomato puree. U. S. v. 147 Cases of Canned Tomato Puree. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. De Schipper Canning Co.
October 12, 1934 24154. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 141 Bushels of Apples. Product released under bond for removal of deleterious substances. Alf Wilson, Hamburg, Ill.
September 21 and October 2, 1934 24155. Adulteration of .apples. U. S. v. 161 Bushels of Apples. Product released under bond for removal of deleterious substances. Floyd Orchards
September 24, October 6, and October 14, 1934 24156. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 324 Bushels of Apples. Product released under bond for removal of deleterious substances. P. W. Wilson, Hamburg, Ill.
October 6 and October 27, 1934 24157. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 265 Bushels of Apples. Product released under bond for removal of deleterious substances. Aug. Franke, Batchtown, Ill.
October 4, 1934 24163. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 144 Bushels of Apples. Product released under bond for removal of deleterious substances. William Ringhausen
October 4, 1934 24164. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 137 Bushels of Apples. Product released under bond for removal of deleterious substances. Margaret Ringhausen
September 21 and November 2, 1934 24165. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 1,231 Bushels of Apples. Product released under bond for removal of deleterious substance. Kinman Bros.
May 19, 1932 ; January 24 and February 4, 1933 24182. Adulteratlon and misbranding of Butter. U. S. v. Paul A. Schulze Co. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $300. Paul A. Schulze Co.
October 18, 1934 24391. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 20 Bushels of Apples. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Lewis Gilliland
October 23, 1934 24392. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 101 Bushels of Apples. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. N. A. Illers ; B. W. Aufdenberg
October 23, 1934 24393. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 20 Bushels of Apples. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. C. R. Query
November 6, 1933, and January 18 and April 9, 1934 24063. Misbranding of Kohler One Night Cough Syrup. U. S. v. 22 Bottles and 14 Bottles of Kohler One Night Cough Syrup. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Kohler Manufacturing Co.
July 16, 1934 24068. Adulteration and misbranding of tincture of belladonna. U. S. v. Fifteen 1-Pint Bottles of Tincture Belladonna USP. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Abbott Laboratories
December 29, 1933 24109. Misbranding of Terraline Plain and Terraline Creosote. U. S. v. 52 Bottles of Terraline Plain and 32 Bottles of Terraline Creosote. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Kells Co.
September 8, 1934 23315. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 120 Bushels of Apples. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. John Jacobs
September 21, 1934 23345. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 528 Bushel Baskets of Apples. Product released under bond for removal of deleterious substances. Cicardi Bros.
September 23, 1934 23370. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 576 Bushels of Apples. Product released under bond for removal of deleterious ingredients. Williams Orchard Co.
October 5, 1934 23371. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 147 Bushels of Apples. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Roy Schil's Packing Shed
October 1, 1934 23372. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 108 Bushel Baskets of Apples. Product released under bond for removal of deleterious ingredients. Charles & Margaret Ringhausen
September 27, 1934 23373. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 60 Bushel Baskets of Apples. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Paul Ringhausen
October 9, 1934 23388. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 55 Bushels of Apples. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. W. A. Depping
October 11, 1934 23399. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 11 Bushels of Apples. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. -
October 18, 1934 23411. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 18 Bushels of Apples. Consent decree of condemnation and destruction. W. M. Treece and George Warren
December 8, 1934 23508. Adulteratlon of cream. U. S. v. Three 10-Gallon Cans of Cream. Decree of destruction. Lulu Wright, from Simpson, Ill. ; Robert Oudd, from Marmaduke, Ark. ; and J. E. Hooker, from Lafe, Ark.
December 8 and 9, 1934 23518. Adulteration of cream. U. S. v. One 5-Gallon and Four 10-Gallon Cans of Cream. Decree of destruction. E. S. Sheppard, from Beebe, Ark. ; A. R. Siedle, from Prairie Du Rocher, Ill. ; Brown Edward, from Beebe, Ark.
December 9 and 10, 1934 23519. Adulteration of cream. U. S. v. Two 5-Gallon Cans and Thirteen 10-Gallon Cans of Cream. Williams Produce Co., from Golconda, Ill. ; Farmers' Produce Co., from Marion, Ill. ; Vienna Produce Co., from Karnak, Ill. ; Charles Risinger, from Metropolis, Ill. ; Carterville Produce Co., from Carterville, Ill. ; M. Riffey, from Paragould, Ark. ; Carbondale Produce Co., from Carterville, Ill.; Lois Robertson, from Enville, Tenn. ; Ervin Arrington, from Bradford, Tenn.
December 11, 1934 23520. Adulteration of cream. U. S. v. One 5-Gallon and One 10-Gallon Can of Cream. Decree of destruction. L. E. Spicer, from Bono, Ark. ; Clifford Hill, from Finger, Tenn.
December 10, 1934 23527 [23521]. Adulteration of cream. U. S. v. Three 5-Gallon Cans of Cream. Decree of destruction. E. A. Craddock, from Bradford, Tenn. ; W. R. Morgan, from Herbina, Ark. ; Cordia McCain, from Hickman, Ky.
December 8, 1934 23522. Adulteration of cream. U. S. v. Two 5-Gallon Cans of Cream. Decree of destruction. Mrs. J. P. Sharp, from Kenton, Tenn. ; M. E. Hollis, from Kenton, Tenn.
December 9, 1934 23523. Adulteration of cream. U. S. v. One 5-Gallon Can of Cream. Decree of destruction. Aaron Falston, from Saffell, Ark.
December 10, 1934 23524. Adulteration of cream. U. S. v. Two 5-Gallon and Two O-Gallon Cans of Cream. Decree of destruction. Mrs. J. W. Gaither, from Jerseyville, Ill. ; E. Faughn, from Brookport, Ill. ; Delphia Welford, from Humboldt, Tenn. ; Albert Blow, from Prairie Du Rocher, Ill.
December 11, 1934 23525. Adulteration of cream. U. S. v. Two 5-Gallon Cans of Cream. Decree of destruction. Gertrude Midyett, from Kenton, Tenn. ; P. W. Grider, from Bradford, Tenn.,
December 12, 1934 23526. Adulteration of cream. U. S. v. Two 5-Gallon Cans of Cream. Decree of destruction. Mrs. Chas. Alexander, from Jordan, Ky. ; W. H. Wheeler, from Trenton, Tenn
December 10, 1934 23527. Adulteration of cream. U. S. v. Two 10-Gallon Cans of Cream. Decree of destruction. Ben Cowper, from Glasgow, Ill. ; Francis Hillig, from Carrots, Ill.
December 10 and 11, 1934 23605. Adulteration of cream. U. S. v. Eight 5-Gallon Cans of Cream. Decree of destruction. William Gerson ; Van Griffin ; Hiemeier Sisters ; B. F. Riplogle ; Mrs. A. M. Smith ; D. M. Odom ; J. C. Evans ; Clayton Johnston
December 11 and 12, 1934 23606. Adulteration of cream. U. S. v. Three 10-Gallon Cans of Cream. Decree of destruction. R. A. Edmonton, from Marmaduke, Ark. ; Brown & Edwards, from Beebe, Ark. ; E. S. Sheppard, from Beebe, Ark.
December 12, 1934 23607. Adulteration of cream. U. S. v. Seven 5-Gallon Cans of Cream. Decree of destruction. Tony H. Drexilina, from Alton, Ill. ; Hite Stubblefield, from Pocahontas, Ark. ; Mrs. Ina Holder, from Medina, Tenn. ; J. M. Carroll, from Newbern, Tenn. ; Mrs. H. E. Tomlison, from Magness, Ark. ; Archie Watt, from Medina, Tenn. ; J. N. Pirtle, from Toone, Tenn.
December 12, 1934 23612. Adulteration of cream. U. S. v. One 5-Gallon and Four 10-Gallon Cans of Cream. Decree of destruction. Blakeman Produce Co., from Manchester, Ill. ; B. & W. Produce Co., from Enfield, Ill. ; B. K. Boyd, from Fulton, Ky. ; W. L. Smith, from Henderson, Tenn.
December 14, 1934 23613. Adulteration of cream. U. S. v. Two 5-Gallon Cans of Cream. Decree of destruction. John H. Donjon, from Prairie Du Rocher, Ill.,
December 13, 1934 23614. Adulteratlon of cream. U. S. v. One 5-Gallon and One 10-Gallon Can of Cream. Decree of destruction. Brown & Edwards, from Beebe, Ark. ; Tom Hunter from Prairie Du Rocher, Ill.
December 13, 1934 23615. Adulteration of cream. U. S. v. Three 5-Gallon Cans of Cream. Decree of destruction. Jeff Satterfield, from Swiften, Ark. ; J. E. Norman, from Minturn, Ark. ; Mrs. M. E. Truitt, from Elba, Ark.
December 13, 1934 23616. Adulteration of cream. U. S. v. One 5-Gallon Can of Cream. Decree of destruction. Mrs. Frances Thiel, from Waterloo, Ill.
December 9, 1934 23617. Adulteration of cream. U. S. v. Fourteen 5-Gallon Cans of Cream. Decree of destruction. W. W. Griggs, from Humboldt, Tenn. ; W. A. Thompson, from Humboldt, Tenn. ; P. B. Barksdale, from Bells, Tenn. ; Wilbur Jones, from Kossuth, Miss. ; Mrs. R. L. Putt, from Blue Springs, Miss. ; J. F. Rhodes, from Medina, Tenn. ; Elvin Woodsmall, from Monette, Ark. ; M. L. Jones, from Henderson, Tenn. ; Walter Rushing, from Imboden, Ark. ; L. S. Whitehurst, from Corinth, Miss. ; Mrs. A. H. Phillips, from Magness, Ark. ; Frank S. Curry, from Coulterville, Ill. ; Lee Stewart, from Henderson, Tenn. ; G. A. Boles, from Pangborn, Ark.
December 10, 1934 23618. Adulteration of cream. U. S. v. One 10-Gallon Can of Cream. Decree of destruction. E. S. Sheppard, from Beebe, Ark.
December 12, 1934 23622. Adulteration of cream. U. S. v. One 5-Gallon Can of Cream. Decree of destruction. E. D. Mansker
May 4, 1932 23231. Adulteration and misbranding of compound solution of iodine, acetanilid tablets, and fluidextract of ergot. U. S. v. Meyer Bros. Drug Co. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $350. Meyer Bros. Drug Co.
November 1933 23271. Misbranding of Dr. Stoll's Diet-Aid. U. S. v. 3 Dozen Packages of Dr. Stoll's Diet-Aid. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Diet-Aid Sales Co.
August 7, 1934 23192. Adulteration of pears. U. S. v. 447 Bushel Baskets of Pears. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Schoening Orchard Co.
May 30, June 5, and June 29, 1934 23197. Adulteration and misbranding of butter. U. S. v. 75 Tubs of Butter. Product released under bond. Central Illinois Creamery Co.
September 8, 1934 23206. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 128 Baskets of Apples. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. F. H. Simpson Co.
September 9, 1934 23211. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 20 Baskets of Apples. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Fred Bush
September 10 and September 16, 1934 23214. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 36 Baskets of Apples. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Hilton Sales Co.
February 1, 1934 22899. Misbranding of grape sugar, assorted wine flavors. U. S. v. 600 Packages of Grape Sugar, Assorted Flavors, Dry Type Wine Taste. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Grapesugar, Ltd.
April 4, 1934 22928. Adulteration of canned spinach. U. S. v. 463 Cases of Canned Spinach. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Tri-Valley Packing Association
June 16, 1934 22949. Misbranding of canned tomatoes. U. S. v. 400 Cases and 795 Cases of Canned Tomatoes. Consent decrees of condemnation. Product released under bond to be relabeled. A. S. Beard ; Rosen-Reichardt Brokerage Co.
August 15, 1933 22681. Adulteration of evaporated apple chops. U. S. v. 579 Sacks of Evaporated Apple Chops. Consent decree of condemnation, Product released under bond for use in the manufacture of distilled liquor. K. & H. Evaporating Co.
October 5, 1933 22702. Adulteration of canned sardines. U. S. v. 100 Cases of Canned Sardines. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Wass & Stinson Canning Co.
September 20, 1932, and June 12, 1933 22588. Misbranding of Dr. Platt's Rinex Prescription. U. S. v. 1,044 Large and 360 Small Packages of Dr. Platt's Rinex Prescription. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Rinex Laboratories
December 20, 1933, January 12 and February 1, 1934 22608. Adulteration and misbranding of whisky. U. S. v. 75 Cases, et al., of Whisky. Consent decrees of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond to be relabeled. Brown-Forman Distillery Co.
August 6, 1932 22631. Adulteration of tincture cinchona, compound, spirit nitrous ether, and syrup hypophosphites compound. U. S. v. The Blue Line Chemical Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $900. Blue Line Chemical Co.
March 5, 1934 22554. Adulteration of butter. U. S. v. 1 Barrel, more or less, of Packing Stock Butter. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Bonham Poultry & Egg Co.
January 11, 1934 22246. Adulteration of butter. U. S. v. 70 Pounds of Packing Stock Butter. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. C. G. Perkins
May 19, 1932 22290. Adulteration of butter. U. S. v. Theodore L. Hoef (Monroe City Creamery). Plea of guilty. Fine, $50. Theodore L. Hoef, trading as the Monroe City Creamery, Monroe City, Mo.
January 20, 1933 22340. Misbranding of Acme Stock Tone. U. S. v. Twenty-two 3-Pound Packages of Acme Stock Tone. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Acme Salt Co., Inc.
January 9, 1929 22350. Misbranding of Crisp's (B. T.) Black Tongue Remedy and Crisp's Hot Shot. U. S. v. 2 Packages of Crisp's Black Tongue Remedy and 26 Packages of Crisp's Hot Shot. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. S. A. Crisp Canine Co.
August 24, 1933 22014. Misbranding of The $20,000 A Dose Discovery. U. S. v. 22 Bottles of The $20,000 a Dose Discovery. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. C. Neil Simpson
August 8, 1933, and September 6, 1933 22016. Misbranding of Histeen. U. S. v. 2,515 Packages, et al., of Histeen. Default decrees of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Histeen Corporation
May 31 and June 1, 1933 22049. Adulteration of butter. U. S. v. 194 Tubs of Butter. Product released under bond to be reworked. Davis-Cleaver Produce Co.
May 27, 1931, and June 17, 1931 22078. Adulteration of butter. U. S. v. Paul A. Schulze Co. Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $300 and costs. Paul A. Schulze Co.
October 12, 1933 22100. Adulteration of dried pinto beans. U. S. v. 600 Bags of Dried Pinto Beans. Product adjudged adulterated. Released under bond for separation and destruction of unfit portion. Sinsheimer & Co.
December 8, 1933 22147. Adulteration of confectionery. U. S. v. 96 Boxes of Confectionery. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Beer Distributing (Distributors), Inc.
May 23 and May 25, 1933 22171. Adulteration of butter. U. S. v. 200 Boxes and 29 Boxes of Butter. Product adjudged adulterated. Released under bond to be re-worked. Davis-Cleaver Produce Co.
June 22, 1932 22187. Adulteration of milk of magnesia. U. S. v. Eugene J. Fishgoll (Missouri Products Co.). Plea of guilty. Fine, $50. Eugene J. Fishgoll, trading as the Missouri Products Co.
August 16, 1933 21980. Misbranding of Benson's Gen-Lax Liniment, Fo-Sen, and Wallace's Liverade. U. S. v. 54 Bottles of Benson's Gen-Lax Liniment, 8 Bottles of Fo-Sen, and 57 Bottles of Wallace's Liverade. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Ellis-Jones Drug Co.
September 26, 1933 21995. Misbranding of J. C. Hutchisons Antiseptic Healing Oil, J. C. Hutchison's Magic Oil, Kutnow's Anti-Asthmatic Powder, Craft's Medicine, and Nash's Salve. U. S. v. 26 Bottles of J. C. Hutchison's Antiseptic Healing Oil, et al. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. McKeeson Van Vleet-Ellis Corporation
May 25, 1933 21815. Misbranding of Dr. Hess Hog Special. U. S. v. Twelve 7-Pound Packages of Dr. Hess Hog Special. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Dr. Hess & Clark, Inc.
June 28, 1933 21697. Adulteration and misbranding of canned turnip greens. U. S. v. 25 Cases of Canned Turnip Greens. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Dorgan-McPhillips Packing Corporation
July 8, 1933 21699. Adulteration of canned pineapple. U. S. v. 118 Cases of Canned Pineapple. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Cuban Canning Co.
May 23, 1933 21533. Misbranding of Rogers' Headache Soda. U. S. v. 120 Packages of Rogers' Headache Soda. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Rogers Drug Co.
January 10, 1933, and January 27, 1933 21550. Adulteration and misbranding of ether. U. S. v. 180 Cans and 160 Cans of Ether. Default decrees of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Merck & Co., Inc.
December 8, 1932 21554. Misbranding of Live-On Treatment. U. S. v. 14 Small and 16 Large Bottles of Live-On Treatment. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Live-On Medicine Co.
June 26, 1933 21576. Misbranding of Salomint Dental Cream. U. S. v. 23 Gross Packages of Salomint Dental Cream. Product ordered released under bond to be relabeled. New England Collapsible Tube Co.
March 30, 1933 21583. Misbranding of Parkelp. U. S. v. 136 Cans of Parkelp. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Philip R. Park Laboratories, Inc.
April 23, 1932 20976. Adulteration and misbranding of canned shrimp. U. S. v. 98 Cases of Canned Shrimp. Product released under bond to be relabeled. Meletio Seafood Co.
February 24, 1933 20985. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 660 Bushels of Apples. Product released under bond for removal of arsenic. Clinton J. Butler
November 15 and November 18, 1932 21050. Misbranding of candy. U. S. v. 162 Boxes of Confectionery. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Mars, Inc.
February 27 and March 1, 1933 21091. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 72 Boxes and 544 Boxes of Apples. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Gahringer Nicholson, Inc.
October 13 and October 19, 1932 21112. Adulteration of Brazil nuts. U. S. v. 38 Bags and 60 Bags of Brazil Nuts. Default decrees of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. William A. Higgins Co.
January 21, 1932 21144. Adulteration and misbranding of canned shrimp. U. S. v. 48 Cases, et al., of Canned Shrimp. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Dorgan-McPhillips Packing Corporation
January 9, 1933 21266. Alleged adulteration and misbranding of maple-flavored sirup. U. S. v. 717 Cans of Sirup. Appearance and claim of ownership. Tried to the court. Libel ordered dismissed. A. E. Staley Manufacturing Co.
June 12, 1933 21462. Adulteration and misbranding of fruit sirups. U. S. v. 114 Bottles of Raspberry Sirup, et al. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Orchard Products Co.
April 15, 1933 ; April 25, 1933 21468. Adulteration and misbranding of soybean oil mean. U. S. v. 135 Bags of Soybean Oil meal. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. W. Pollock Mill & Elevator Co.
June 24, 1927 ; February 15, 1933 21227. Misbranding of Live-On Tonic and Live-On Treatment. U. S. v. 9 Small Bottles of Live-On Treatment, et al. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Live-On Medicine Co.
September 19, 21, and 22, 1932 20866. Adulteration of apples. U. S. v. 50 Bushels and 202 Bushels of Apples. Product released under bond for separation and destruction of unfit portion. H. M. Seymour
February 6, 1931 20890. Adulteration of tongaline and lithia tablets. U. S. v. Mueller Drug Co. Plea of guilty. Fine, $50. Mellier Drug Co.
November 3, 1932 20900. Misbranding of Marlin mineral crystals. U. S. v. 110 Packages of Marlin Mineral Crystals. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Marlin Mineral Water Co.
September 8, 1937 29041. Adulteration and misbranding of Sanisalva Salve; misbranding of Carnation Dental Cream, Bick's Vapor Salve, Linimentine, Bick's Mentholated Camphor Cream, Bixlax Laxative Tablets, and Blue Ribbon Household Liniment. U. S. v. The Carnation Toilet Co. and Thomas B. Bick. Pleas of guilty. Fines: Corporation, $300 and costs: individual, $100. Carnation Toilet Co.
January 10, 1938 29043. Adulteration and misbranding of rubber prophylactics. U. S. v. 24 Gross of Texide. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Latex Distributing Co.
May 21, 1934 29252. Alleged misbranding of pharmaceuticals. U. S. v. Eugene J. Fishgoll (Missouri Products Co.). Motion to dismiss sustained. Eugene J. Fishgoll, trading as Missouri Products Co.
August 16, 1937 29414. Adulteration of flour. U. S. v. 20 Sacks of Flour. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Arnold Milling Co.
February 25, 1938 29122. Adulteration of canned grapefruit juice. U. S. v. 299 Cases of Grapefruit Juice. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Christensen Products Corporation
November 5, 1937, and February 12, 1938 29149. Adulteration of shelled pecans. U. S. v. 34 Cases of Shelled Pecans. Default decree of condemnation and destruction. Texas Pecan Products Co.
May 2, 1938 29195. Misbranding of butter. U. S. v. 63 Cases of Butter. Default decree of condemnation. Product ordered delivered to charitable institutions. Cloverleaf Butter Co.
May 25 and June 8, 1938 29249. Misbranding of cake flour. U. S. v. 37 Cases and 25 Cases of Cake Flour. Consent decrees of condemnation. Product released under bond for relabeling. Stanard Tilton Milling Co.
September 20, 1933 23859. Adulteration of packing stock butter. U. S. v. 75 Barrels of Butter. Product released under bond for use as commercial grease. Tennessee Egg Co.
October 10 and November 27, 1933 23861. Adulteration of butter. U. S. v. 10 Barrels, et al., of Butter. Default decrees of condemnation. Product disposed of for commercial purposes. Tennessee Egg Co.
October 3, 1933 ; October 29, 1933 23862. Adulteration of packing stock butter. U. S. v. 31 Barrels and 36 Barrels of Packing Stock Butter. Product released under bond to be disposed of for commercial purposes. Fort Worth Poultry & Egg Co.
March 2, 1934 23891. Adulteration and misbranding of canned tuna fish. U. S. v. 100 Cases of Canned Tuna Fish. Consent decree of condemnation. Product released under bond to be relabeled. Westgate Sea Products Co.
February 21, 1934 22664. Misbranding of Buno Hair Medicine. U. S. v. 166 Bottles and 239 Bottles of Buno Hair Medicine. Product adjudged misbranded; released under bond to be relabeled. Buno Co., Inc.
November 7, 1933 22668. Misbranding of Pioneer Crystals. U. S. v. 92 Boxes of Pioneer Mineral Water Crystals. Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. Ponce De Leon
November 28, 1933 22673. Adulteration and misbranding of whisky. U. S. v. 41 Cases of Whisky. Product released under bond to be relabeled. Penn-Maryland Corporation
October 24 and 25, 1916 5386. Adulteration of tomatoes. U. S. v. 1,400 Cases of Tomatoes. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Portion of product ordered released on bond, balance ordered destroyed. Brucevilie Canning Co.
July 16, 1924 12718. Adulteration of butter. U. S. v. 14 Tubs of Butter. Consent decree of condemnation and forfeiture. Product released under bond to be reworked. Anna Produce Co.
September 7, 1932 and October 14, 1932 22605. Misbranding of East India Injection, Cholerine, Bloodzone, and Bloodzone Special. U. S. v. Benjamin McKenzie (East India Medicine Co.). Plea of nolo contendere. Fine, $200. Benjamin McKenzie, trading as the East India Medicine Co.
January 25, 1913 NOTICE OF JUDGMENT NO. 2454. (Given pursuant to section 4 of the Food and Drugs Act.) U. S. v. 390 Boxes of Oranges. Decree of condemnation by consent. Goods destroyed. ADULTERATION OF ORANGES California Fruit Growers Exchange

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