Notices of judgment under the Federal insecticide, fungicide and rodenticide act

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Notices of judgment under the Federal insecticide, fungicide and rodenticide act
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JUL


'une 1051


STATES DEPARTMENT


OF


AGRICULTURE


AND


MARKETING


ADMINISTRATION


JUDGMENT
FUNGICIDE,


UNDER..THE


AND


FEDERAL


RODENTICIDE


INSECTICIDE,


ACT


26-76


is of judgment herewith relate to' cases arising in the United States
rts and are approved for publication, as provided in section 6 of the
ecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (7 U. S. C. 1946 ed. Supp.
H. E. REED,
Director, Livestock Branch,
-: Production and Marketing Administration.
row, D. C., April 2, 1951.


registration of "M. P. G. No. 42 Basic Copper Potato Dust, 50 lbs.
U. S. v. 200 50-pound bags, more or less, of "M. P. G. No. 42 Basic
r Potato Dust, 50 lbs. net." Consent decree of condemnation and
Sunder bond. (I.F. & R.No.44. I.D. No. 18072.)
let, "M. P. G. No. 42 Basdic Copper Potato Dust, 50 lbs. net," was not
tder the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act.
b26, 1949, the United States Attorney for the District of New Hamp-
Supon a report by the Secretary of Agriculture, filed in the United


Sa libel
more oi
rd, N. H
sported
from P


the I


praying seizure for condemnation and confiscation
r less, of "M. P. G. No. 42 Basic Copper Potato Dust,
[., alleging that the product was ap economic poison
interstate, on or about August 9, 1949, by Maine
resque Isle, Maine, in violation of the act.
productt tras not registered with the Secretary of


(S required by section 4 of the act.
ber 27, 1949, Merrimack Farmers' Exchange, Inc.
kaship of the product and requested its release
singing the product into compliance with the ac
condemnation decree. Oni October 2S, 1949, A decr
rre was entered, and it was ordered that the con
'he claimant under bond. .* :.t
| registration of "D. DIT< Dust No. 5, 50 1bs'.
i bags, more or less, of "D. D. T. Dust No. 5, 501
+of condemnation and release under bond. (
18970.) .


*' lr


, of Concord, N.]
under bond for t
t, and consented
ee of condemnati
demned product


net." U. ,S-. v. 65
lbs. net" Cousent
I. F.4 1.No. 45.


i.







INSECTICIDE,


FUNGICIDE,


AND


RODEINTICIDE


ACT [N. J., I. F. R.


On September 27, 1949, Merrimack Farmers' Exchange, Inc., of Concord,
N. H., claimed ownership of the product and requested its release under bond
for the purpose of bringing the product into compliance with the act, and con-
sented to the entry of a condemnation decree. On October 28, 1949, a decree of.
condemnation was entered, and it was ordered that the condemned product be
released to the claimant under bond.
28. Lack of registration, adulteration, and misbranding of "A-M-R Insecticide."
U. S. v. A-M-R Chemical Company, Inc., a corporation. Plea of guilty.
Fine of $150 on each of counts one and two, or a total of $300. Count
three was dismissed. (I. F. & R. No. 4. 1. D. No. 17524.)
The product, "A-M-R Insecticide," was not registered under the Federal Insec-
ticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, and an examination of the product
showed that the labels affixed to the containers of the product did not bear an
ingredient statement as Iy the act. An analysis of two samples of the
product showed a prese y 3.5 percent of D. D. T. (dichloro diphenyl
trichloroethane) in each sample instead of the 5 percent claimed, and the net
volume of the product was 8 percent short in one sample and 9 percent short
in the other sample.
The United States Attorney Lw the Eastern District of New York, acting upon
a report by the Secretary agriculture, filed in the United States Distric
Court an information against tA-M-R Chemical Company t
alleging that, on or about July 9, 1948, the company shipped from Brooklyn, N. Y.,
to New Haven, Conn., quantities of an economic poison known as "A-M-R
Insecticide," in violation of th act.
In count one, it was allege 1hat he product was not regis e wit h
Secretary of Agriculture as re ed by section 4 of the act.
In count two, the roet Wjege"to be adulterated in that the statement,
"CONTAINS 5% 1D. D. e on the labels affixed to the containers of the
product represented that the product contained not less than 5 percent of D. D. T.
(dichloro diphenyl trichloret e), whereas the strength or purity of the prod-
uct fell below the professed t sadard or quality under which it was sold as the
product did not contain 5 Jdie t D. D. T. (dichloro diphenyl trichloroethane).
oIn count three, the juduc was alleged to be misbranded in that the state-
ments, (1) "ONE QUAand f 2) ONTAINS 5% D. D. T.," borne on the
labels affixed to the eoitatners of the product were false and misleading and
served to deceive and lead putchasers since the net measure of the product
wis less th quart ndthe rduct contained less than 5 percent of D. D. T.
(dichloro di yeAy riloroetbafle).
In count three productWas alleged to be further misbranded in that
the labels affixed ih contatiers of the product did not bear an ingredient
statement giving the nime and percentage by weight of each of the active in-
gredients, or an ingrebdient statement giving the name of each of the active
ingredients in the deaacrading order of the percentage of each present.
On August 2, 1949, tte defendant entered a plea of guilty, and on August 11,
1949, the defendant was fined $150 on each of counts one and two, or a total of
$300. Copnt three was dismissed.
29. Lackof registration and required information on label of "Ace Cattle
S ray." f S. v. 359 1-gallon containers, more or less, of "Ace Cattle
ray." Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction.
I. .&I.Wo.9. I.D. No. 16307.)


product, ."Ace


Cattle


Spray,"


was


not registered


under


the Federal







26-76]


NOTICES


JUDGMENT


SIt was alleged that the product was not registered with
Agriculture as.required by section 4 of the act.
It was alleged that the product failed to comply with
section 3 of the act in that the labels affixed to the contain
did not. bear a statement giving the address of the manufact
person for whom the product was manufactured.
On March 8, 1950, no claimant having appeared, a decree of
for.eiture was entered, and the United States Marshal was
the -toduct.


Lack of registration and re
"Sayf Moth Proofing Liq
of "Sayf Moth Proofing
feiture, and destruction.
'he product, "Sayf Moth P


Federal fibsecticid
containers of the I
the contents of thi
mient as required h
On September 9,
Illinois, acting up(
SStates District Co
of 12 5-gallon bott
Ill., alleging that
ported interstate,
from Kansas City,
It was alleged
Agriculture as req
It was alleged
section 3 of the a
did not bear a sta
bottles.


ui


, Fungicide,
'oduct did n
containers;
the act.
949. the Un
* a report by
rt a libel pr
s, more or l
he product
o or about
lo., in viola
iat the pro
red by secti


I


Secretary


the provisions of
ers of the product
urer, registrant, or

condemnation and
ordered to destroy


,quired information on label. and misbranding of


uid." U. S. v. 12
Liquid." Default
(I. F.& R. No. 38.
roofing Liquid,"
and Rodenticlde
ot bear a stateme
and the labels di

ited States Attorn
the Secretary of
sayingg seizure for
ess, of "Sayf Mot
was an economic


July
tion
duct
on 4


5-gallon bottles, more or less,
Decree of condemnation, for-
I.D. No. 17942.)
was not registered under the
Act; the labels affixed to the
nt of net weight or measure of
d not bear an ingredient state-

mey for the Northern District of
Agriculture, filed in the United
condemnation and confiscation
h Proofing Liquid," at Chicago,
poison which had been trans-


3, 1948, by the Hoggatt Chemical Company,
of the act.
was not registered with the Secretary of
of the act.


that the product failed to
ct in that the labels affixed


comply with the provisions of
o the containers of the product


atement of the net weight or measure of the contents


It was alleged that the product was misbrand
the containers of the product did not bear an i
name and percentage of each active ingredient, 1
age 'f the inert ingredients, or an ingredient sta
of the active and each of the inert ingredients
percentage of each present in each classification
eentage of the inert ingredients.
On October 7, 1949, no claimant having appeal
and forfeiture was entered, and the United S
destroy the product.


of the


led in that the labels affixed to
ingredient statement giving the
together with the total percent-
tement giving the name of each
in the descending order of the
n, together with the total per-

ired, a decree of condemnation
states Marshal was ordered to


31. Lack of registration and required information on label and misbranding of
"Sayf Moth Proofing Liquid." U. S. v. 20 5-gallon bottles, more or less,
of "Sayf Moth Proofing Liquid." Default decree of condemnation, for-
feiture, and destruction. (I. F. & R. No. 39. I.D. No. 17940.)


The product, "Sayf Moth P
Federal Insecticide, Fungicide,
containers of the product did


roofing
and R
not bea


of the contents of the containers ; a
ment as required by the act.
On August 17, 1949, the United
T Wf -h nM Aa4 -e .. m. w A wan*a naa o K.* .1-* .


Liquid,"
odenticide
r a staten


nd the


was
Act
lent


not registered under the
; the labels affixed to the
of net weight or measure


labels did not bear an ingredient state-


States Attorney for the Northern


rf


r I


District of


fi ~flflW,~t. nfl A.' i nnnrl~nn.iOnn Irin4afn:n


n







INSECTICIDE,


FUNGQICIDE,


AIWD


RODE'NTICIDE


ACT [N.J., I.F.


It was alleged that the product was misbranded in that the labels affixed to
the containers of the product did not bear an ingredient statement giving the
name and percentage of each active ingredient, together with the total percentage
of the inert ingredients, or an ingredient statement giving the name of each
of the active and each of the inert ingredients in the descending order of the
percentage of each present in each classification, together with the total per-
centage of the inert ingredients.
On October 6, 1949, no claimant having appeared, a decree of condemnation
and forfeiture was entered, and the United States Marshal was ordered to
destroy the product.
32. Lack of registration and required information on label and misbranding of
"PLANTthion 4% Wettable Powder." U. S. v. 71 packages, more or less,
of "PLANTthion 4% Wettable Powder." Default decree of condemnation,
forfeiture, and destruction. (I. F. & R. No. 42. I. D. No. 17919.)
The product, "PLANTthion 4% Wettable Powder," was not registered under
the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act; the labels atfixed to
the containers of the product did not bear a statement of net weight or measure


of the cor
contained
the contain
economic
quired by
On Sept
of Illinois
United St
fiscation o
at Ohicag
been tran:
EkrporAti
It was
Agricultu


It was all
8 of the ac
did riot bear
It twas all
section 3 of
a sUtbstance
ages contain


ents


of the containers;


the product


was an economic poison


which


a substance in quantities highly toxic to man and the labels affixed to
ners of the product did not carry a statement of an antidote for the
poison; and the labels did not bear an ingredient statement as re-
the act.
ember 9. 1949. the United States Attorney for the Northern District


acting upon
tes District C
71 packages,
, Ill., alleging


port
. fr


alleg
e as


a report
ourt a lib
more or
That the


ed interstate, on o


by


the Secretary of Agriculture, filed in the


el praying seizure for condemnation and con-
less, of "PLANTthion 4% Wettable Powder,"
product was an economic poison which had
r about June 8, 1949, by the Plant Products


om New York, N. Y., in violation of the act.
ed that the product was not registered
required by section 4 of the act.


eged that the
t in that the
a statement o
[eged that the
the act in tha
in quantities
ning the prod


with


the Secretary


product failed to comply with the provisions of section
labels affixed to the packages containing the product
f net weight or measure of the contents of the packages.
product further failed to comply with the provisions of
t the product was an economic poison which contained
highly toxic to man, and the labels affixed to the pack-
uct did not carry a statement of an antidote for the


economic poison.
It was alleged that the product was
the packages containing the product did
the name and percentage of each of t
total percentage of the inert ingredie
the namife of each of the active and each
otder of the percentage of each present
total percentage of inert ingredients.
On October 7, 1949, no claimant hav
atd forfeiture was entered, and the
dstroy the product.
3& Lack of registration of "Insecticide
1,869 16-ounce containers, more o
110-20-21." Default decree of con
r ,t P1 'ILTn AQ T T aT 1 '7fn, '


m
n
he
nt
of
i


isbranded in that the labels affixed to
ot bear an ingredient statement giving
active ingrodiens4,o gah ihh.
s, or an ingredient statement giving'
the inert ingredients in the descending
3 each classification, together with the


ing appeared, a decree of condemnation
United States Marshal was ordered to


, Aerosol Stock No. 1'0-20-21." U. S.v.
r less, of "Insecticide, Aerosol Stock No.
idemnation, forfeiture, and destruction,
\


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oS
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OF JTDGMEN


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SOn February 23, 1950, no claimant having appea red, a decree of condemnation
and forfeiture was entered, and the United States Marsha4 was o0 red to
destroy the product. 2 t *.


34. Lack of registration of "Insecticide, Aerosol StockN. 10-- Am a &v.
2,421 16-ounce containers, more or less, of "Insecticide AAoo S io.
.10-20-21." Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction.
(I. F. & R. No. 49. I. D. No. 17958.)
The product, "Insecticide, Aerosol Stock No. 10-20#1, was not regisfed
under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticike A c.
On October 13, 1949, the United States Attorney for the Northern District
of Illnois, acting upon a report by the Secretary of Agricultutre, tei te
.United States District Court a libel praying seizure for condemat34 con-
fiscation of 2,421 16-ounce containers, more or less, of "InsectiiittAosol
Stock No. 10-20-21," at Chicago, Ill., alleging that the product was an economic
poison which had been transported interstate, on or about July 15 and 27, 1949,
by the West Shore Trading Company, from Valparaiso, Ind., in volat Of
the act.
It was alleged that the product was not registered with the taetilr of


Agriculture as required by section 4 of the act.
On February 23, 1950, no claimant having appeared, a decree
and forfeiture was entered, and the United States Marshal
destroy the product.
35. Lack of registration and required information on label an
"Celcure." U. S. v. 2 55-gallojn drums, 26 5-gallon pails,
cans, more or less, of "Celcure." Default decree of co
feiture, and destruction. (I. F. & R. No. 46 I. L D. No.


of cond
was ordweW< to
^. -; '*.^ *
d misbrandbtg of
and 119 l.allon
ndemnatifn, for-
19360.)


The product, "Celcure," was not re
Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act; the
product did not bear a statement of th
in terms of the largest unit present; a:
statement as- required by the act.
On September 27, 1949, the United Stu
South Carolina, acting upon a report
in the United States District Court a
and confiscation of 2 55-gallon drums,
more or less, of "Celcure," at Columbia
economic poison which had been transpo
by the Oelcure Wood Preserving Corpora
of the act.
It was alleged that the product wa
Agriculture as required by section 4 of t


Itwas alleged that th
of the act in that the l1
a statement of net w
It was alleged that I
the containers of the
the name and percent
centagelof the inert ing
the name of each acti
percentage of the inert
On: February 2, 1950


le product failed
labels affixed to ti
eight or measure
the product was
product did no
ge of each active
redients in the p
re ingredient, to!
ingredients.
, no claimant ha'
j __ -- N J-- -,


gistere
labels
e net v
nd the


d under the Federal Insectiide,
affixed to the containers dt the
'eight or measure of the contents
labels did not bear an itigrednteat


ates Attorney for the Eastern Distribt of
by the Secretary of Agriculture, fled
libel praying seizure for condemiatidn
26 5-gallon pails, and 119 1-gallon cans,
, S. C., alleging that the product was an
rted interstate, on or about July 26, 1Q4,
ttion, from Ja6ksonville, Fla., in violation

s not registered with the Sect t of
:he act.
to comply with the provisions of E Ion 8
he containers of the productt did 4tba
*e of the contents of the contaer
misbranded in that the labels to
t bear an ingredient sta tgifg
Ingredient, together with the per-
roduct, or a ingredient stkte g
grether with the name of each and total


ring appeal
v T __ M Ciar .


rte.


i, a decree of condemnation


l







INSECTICIDE,


FUNGICIDE,


AND


RODENTICIDE


ACT [N. J., I. F. R.


showed that the labels affixed to the containers of the product did not bear an
ingredient statement as required by the act.
On September 30, 1949, the United States Attorney for the Southern District
of West Virginia, acting upon a report by the Secretary of Agriculture, filed in
the United States District Court a libel praying seizure for condemnation and
confiscation of 22 25-pound bags and 43 100-pound bags, more or less, of "Wedo
With 2, 4-D," at Huntington, W. Va., alleging that the product was an economic
poison which had been transported interstate, on or about February 21, 1949, and
May 17, 1949, by The Smith Agricultural Chemical Company, from Columbus,


2~:"


Ohio, ia violation
It was alleged


of th
that


e act.
the p


product


was


not registered


with


Agriculture as required by section 4 of the act.
It was alleged that the product was misbranded in that
the containers of the product did not bear an ingredient
name and percentage of each of the active ingredients, tog
percentage of the inert ingredients, or an ingredient staten
of each of the active and each of the inert ingredients in
of the percentage of each ps in each classification, to0
percentage of the ineft ingredients.
C. M. Love & Company, a corporation, of Huntington, W.
ship of the product and requested its release under bond for
4git into compliance with t1 and consented to the ent
decree. On December 5, decree of condemnation
was ordered that the product released to the claimant


Secretary


the labels affixed to
statement giving the
ether with the total
lent giving the name
the descending order
gether with the total

Va., claimed owner-
the purpose of bring-
ry of a condemnation
was entered,. and it
under bond.


37. Lack of registration of "Carbola The Disinfecting White Paint." 1
239 5-pound packages fl or less, of "Carbola The Disinfecting
Paint." C eit decre e condemnation and release under bond.
& R. No, 50, L DL. iNo.Q 2O,)
The product, "Carbol Tb infecting White Paint," was not reg
under the Feleral Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act.
On October 13, 1949, the: jt. States Attorney for the District of
chusetts, acting upon a report :by the Secretary of Agriculture, filed in the
States District Courta libel g seiure for condemnation and confi
of 239 5-pound packages, more or less, of "Carbola The Disinfecting White
at West Springfield, Mass., alleging that the product was an economic
which had ben trnMported tertate. on or about August 25, 1949,
Carbola Chemical Company, Ts, from Natural Bridge, N. Y., in viola
the act.
It was alleged that the pnedct was not registered with the Secret
Agriculture as required by section 4 of the act.
Carbola Chemical Company ,Inc., a corporation of Naturai Bridge,
claimed ownership of ,the pr douet and requested its release under bo
the purpose of bringing it into comapliance with the act, and consented
entry of a condemnation decree On March 31, 1950, a decree of condemn
was entered, and it was ordered that the product be released to the cl
under bond.


UJ. S. v.
White
(I. F.

;istered

Massa-
United
station
Paint,"
poison
by the
tion of


tary of


NL.
)nd for
to the
nation
aimant


38. Lack of registration of "Carbola Chemical Company Louse Killer For Cattle -
Poultry." U. S. v. 479 1-pound cans, more or less, of "Carbola Chemical
Louse Killer For Cattle Poultry." Consent decree of condemnation and


release under
The product, "Ca
was not registered


bond. (I. F. & R. No. 52. I. D. No. 20728.)
rhola Chemical Company Louse Killer For Cattle Poultry,"
under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide




II :: "


~826-10


NOTICE S


JUDGMENT


All


Carbola Chemical Company, I
Claimed ownership of the prodi
the purpose of bringing it into
entry of a condemnation decree.
was entered and it was ordered
under bond.


1


On October
chusetts, actil
United States
fiscation of 24
Flea and Lou
was an econo


4 2-ounce
se Killer,
mic poisn


February 10, 1949. 1
N. Y., in violation c
It was alleged t
Agriculture as requ
Carbola Chemieat
claimed ownership
purpose of bringing
- of a condemnation


yV thi
)f thb


Inc., a corporation, c
act and requested itt
compliance with the
On January 12, 1950,
that the product be


packages, more or
" at West Springfi
n which had been
e Carbola Chemica
e act.


hat the product was not registered with the Secretary of
ired by section 4 of the act.
I Company, Inc., a corporation, of Natural Dridge N. Y,
of the product and requested its release under bondfor the
it into compliance with the act, and consented to t entry
decree. On January 12, 19M0. a decree of condemnation was


entered and it was ordered that the product be released to the claimant under
bond.


)f Nature
s release
act, and
a decree
released


mny Flea ai
Carbola Cl
condemna
)


li Bri
under bond for
conse teto ae
of condemnation
to the claimant
nd Lo Kil "
hemicaj Cohppx y
lion and rel


d Louse Kill
and Rodenti(


40. Lack of registration
1-pound cans and
DDT Powder." C(
(I. F. & R. No. 54.


The product, "C
the Federal Insect


CC 51
icide,


On October 14. 1949, t
chusetts, acting upon a
United States District Co
fiscation of 240 1-pound
Wettable DDT Powder,"
was an economic poison
November 19, 194S. by the
N. Y.. in violation of the


of
95 4
nsei
I.D.
Ic \
Fun


"CCC 50% Wettable DDT Powder." U. S. v. 240
-pound bags, more or less, of "CCC 50% Weftable
nt decree of condemnation and release under bond.
No. 20729.)


Vet
gic


table DDT Powder,"
ide, and Rodenticide


he United S
report hby tl
)urt a libel r
alns and 95
at West Sp
which had
Carbola Che
act.


states Attorney 1
he Secretary ofl
raying seizure
4-pound bags, n
ringfield, Mass.,
been transport
mical Company,


It was alleged that the product was not regis
Agriculture as required by section 4 of the act.
Carbola Chemical Company, Inc., a corporation


* claimed
purpose
of a con
entered
bond.


41. Lack of registration and required information
"f~alurtl~al ('^nnontrato IT Q r 1 Ef..na11ol


was
Act.


ir the Distri
Agriculture,
'r condemnal
ire or less, c
alleging that
interstate,
nc., from Na


?tered


with


ct of Massa-.
filed in tlihQ
Lion and acon-
if "C000 50%
the product
on Qt about
tural Bridge,


the Secrtary


n, of Natural Bridge, y.,
ts release under bond for the
't, and consented to e entry
decree of con leased to the claimant der

on label and misb an ug of
Inn Aruini nf "Harfaalwa nn1...


Lack of registration of "Carbola Chemical Compa
U. S. v. 244 2-ounce packages, more or less, of "i
Flea and Louse Killer." Consent decree of
under bond. (I. F. & R. No. 53. I. D. No. 20725..
'he product, "'Carbola Chemical Company Flen a
istered under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide,


14. 1949, the United
ug upon a report by
District Court a libe


States Attorney for the Distri
the Secretary of Agriculture,
praying seizure for condemnat


er" was not
ilde At.
t Massa-
n the
ioI an4 CBn-
cal Oaipny
thie
the prodtict
on or about
tural Trhige,


less. f "'(arbola ('hemi
eld, Mass., alleging that
tran ported interstate,
l Company, Inc., from Na


not registered nupder


ownership of the product and requested i
of bringing it into compliance with the ac
demnation decree. On January 12, 1950, a
and it was ordered that the product be re


I


I







INSECTICIDE,


FUNGICIDE,


AND


RODErNTICIDE


ACT [N. J., L P. Ko


States District Court a libel prying seizure for condemnation abd confiscation
of 1 50-gallon drum' of "Hartsolve Concentrate," at Milwaukee, Wis., alleging
that the product was an economic poison which had been transported inter-
state, on or about January 27, 1949, by the Hartigan Oil Company, from Chicago,
IllI., in violation of the act.
It was alleged that the product was not registered with the Secretary of
Agriculture as required by section 4 of the act


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V
V
C
WV
7-



I
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~


It was alleged th


in that


givi
horn
eged
prod
with


3 of the act
a statement
person for w
It.was all
paying the
if complied


It was alleged
atxed to the dr
mpent giving the i
with the total p1


giving
descent
gether
On
demna
dered


at tl
the


he product fa
label affixed


filed to comply with the provisions of section
to the container of the product did not bear


ng the name and address of the manufacturer,, registrant, or
the product was manufactured.
that the product was misbranded in that the labeling accom-
uct did not contain directions for use which are necessary and,
, adequate for the protection of the public.
I that the product was further misbranded 'in that the label
uum containing the product did not bear an ingredient state-
name and percentage of each of the active ingredients, together
percentage of the inert ingredients, or an ingredient statement


the name of each of the active and each of the inert ingredient:
hiding order of the percentage of each present in each classifica
With the total percentage of the inert ingredients.
February 24, 1950, no claimant having appeared, a default decree
ition and forfeiture was entered, and the United States Marshal
to destroy the product.


42. Lack of registration and misbranding
Paint, Special." U. S. v. 199 25-pou
or less, of "Carbola The Disinfect
decree of condemnation and release
No. 20727.)


s in the
tion, to-

of con-
was or-


of "Carbola The Disinfecting White
nd bags and 505 50-pound bags, more
ing White Paint, Special." Consent
under bond. (I. F. & R. No. 55. I. D.


The product, "Carbola The Disinfi
registered under the Federal Insectici
the labels affixed to the containers of
statement in conformity with the act.
On October 14, 1949, the United Sta
chpsetts, acting upon a report by the Se
States District Court a libel praying s<
of 199 25-pound bags and 505 50-pound
infecting White Paint, Special," at W
product was an economic poison which!
about August 25, 1949, by the Carbola
Bridge, N. Y., in violation of the act.
It was alleged that the product w:
Agriculture as required by section 4 of
It was alleged that the product was
the containers of the product did not b
panels of the immediate containers,
customary conditions of purchase.
Carbola Chemical Company, Inc., a
claimed ownership of the product and
purpose of bringing it into compliance
of a condemnation decree. On March
entered, and it was ordered that th
II~ljm An.. LXa. AwMj-


act
de,
th


ing White Paint, Special," was not
Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, and
e product did not bear an ingredient


tes Attorney for
cretary of Agricul
seizure for condem
bags, more or less
est Springfield, N
h had been transr
Chemical Compa

as not registered


the District of Massa-
ture, filed in the United
nation and confiscation
s, of "Carbola The Dis-
[ass., alleging that the
sorted interstate, on or
ny, Inc., from Natural j


with


the Secretary


the act.
misbranded in that the labels affixed to
ear an ingredient statement on the front
which are presented or displayed under


corporation,
requested its
with the act,
31, 1950, a d
e product be


of Natural Bridge, N. Y.,
release under bond for the
and consented to the entry
ecree of condemnation was
released to the claimant


"i"


t





Mb~rr


2fr-fe1.


NOTICES


JUDGMENT


O ;n October 14, 1949, the United States Attorney for the District of Massa-
S0lusetts, acting upon a report by the Secretary of Agriculture, filed in the
^Upited States District Court a libel praying seizure for condemnation and con-
fiscation of 280 50-pound bags, more or less, of "Carbola The Disinfecting White
.Paint Does Not Contain DDT," at West Springfield, Mass., alleging that the
product 'was an economic poison which had been transported interstate, on or
about May 19, 1949, by the Carbola Chemical Company, Inc., from Natural
Bridge, N. Y., in violation of the act.
It was alleged that the product was not registered with the Secretary of
Agriculture as required by section 4 of the act.


It was alleged that the product was misbra
to the containers of the product did not bear
front panels of the immediate containers, which
customary conditions of purchase.
On November 21, 1949, no claimant having ap
denmation and forfeiture was entered, and t
ordered to destroy the product.
dL Lack of registration of "Blair Dust Bomb


bombs, more or less, of "Blair
condemnation, forfeiture, and
No.18378.)


ended in that the labels affixed
an ingredient statement on the
are presented or displayed under

feared, a default decree of con-
he United States Marshal was


DDT 5


Dust Bomb DDT 5%."
destruction. (I. F. &


. S. v. 41 5-ounce
Default decree of
R. No. 57. I. D.


The product, "Blair
Federal Insecticide, Fur
On October 19, 1949,
acting upon a report by
District Court a libel p
5-ounce bombs, more o


Dust Bomb DDT
gicide, and Rodenti
the United States
the Secretary of A
raying seizure for
r less, of "Blair I


Idaho, alleging that the product
ported interstate, on or about Ji
Ince., from Yakima, Wash., in viola
It was alleged that the produ4
Agriculture as required by section
On November 21, 1949, no cla
condemnation and forfeiture was
ordered to destroy the product.


5%," was
cide Act.
Attorney
agriculture,
condemnat
lust Bomt


ias an economic poison
fly 7, 1949, by Blair
Ltion of the act.
ct was not registered
4 of the act.
imant having appear
entered, and the Uni


not registered


under the


for the District of Idaho,
filed in the United States
ion and confiscation of 41
DDT 5%," at Lewiston,


n which had been trans-
Industrial Laboratories,


with


Secretary


ed, a default decree of
ted States Marshal was


Lack of registration of "Blair Dust Bomb Rotenone 0.75%." U. S. v. 16
5-ounce bombs, more or less, of "Blair Dust Bomb Rotenone 0.75%" with
its accompanying labeling on 48, more or less, "Blair Bazooka Dust Bomb
Holders." Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction.
(I. F. & R. No. 58. I. D. No. 18379.)


- The product, "Blair Dust Bomb Rotenone 0.75%," was not register
the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act.
* On October 20, 1949, the United States Attorney for the District
acting upon a report by the Secretary of Agriculture, filed in the Unit
District Court a libel praying seizure for condemnation and confiscate
5-ounce bombs, more or less, of "Blair Dust Bomb Rotenone 0.75%"
accompanying labeling on 48, more or less, "Blair Bazooka Dust Bomb
at Lewiston, Idaho, alleging that the product was an economic poie
had been transported interstate, on or about July 7, 1949, by Blair
Laboratories, Inc., from Yakima, Wash., in violation of the act.
IIt was alleged that the product was not registered with the Sec
Airrk11nTn11 r a cc rmnidr~ hV crIt-inn 4, nf th0 not


red under

of Idaho,
ed States
tion of 16
With its
Holders,"
ion which
Industrial


retary


4:"







INSECTICIDE,


FUNGICIDE,


AND


RODENTICIDE


ACT IN. J., .-F.B .


District Court a libel praying seizure for condemnation and confiscation of 11
1-gallon jugs, more or less, of "Sanicide," at Boise, Idaho, alleging that the
product was an economic poison which had been transported interstate, on or
about September 8, 1949, by the Sanitek Products Company, from Los Angeles,
Calif., in violation of the act.
It was alleged that the product was not registered with the Secretary of
Agriculture as required by section 4 of the act.
On November 29, 1949, no claimant having appeared, a default decree of con-
demnation and forfeiture was entered, and the United States Marshal was
ordered to destroy the product.


47. Lack of registration, adulteration, and misbranding of "0. Pin
v. Aladdin, Inc., a corporation. Plea of nolo contender. Fine


of three


The product, "
Fungicide, and Ro
showed that it c
ingredients. The
an ingredient stat


On January


ants, or a
). Pine. O
)denticide
contained
labels affi
ement as


total of $75. (I. F. & R. N
," was not registered under
Act, and an examination of
79.1 percent of water and
xed to the containers of the
required by the act.


the United


States Attorney foi


e.
$2i


o. 60. I. D. N(
the Federal In
a sample of thu
20.9 percent 4
product did no

r the Northern


O." U. s.
5 on each
,. 19826.)
secticide,
e product
of active
t contain


District


of Georgia,
United Sta
tion, at Atl
from Atlan
a8 "0. Pine
In count
Secretary o
In count
strength or
Sit was sold


acting upon a report by the Secretary of Agriculture, filed in the
tes District Court an information against Aladdin, Inc., a corpora-
anta, Ga., alleging interstate shipment, on or about October 25, 1948,
ta, Ga., to Tampa, Fla., of quantities of an economic poison, known
. O," in violation of the act.


one, it
hf Agricu
two, it
- purity
as the 1


was alleged that the product
lture as required by section 4 o:
was alleged that the product
fell below the professed stan


was not registered with the
f the act.
was adulterated in that its
dard or quality under which


labels affixed to the containers of the product stated,


"Inert


Material-Water-Not Over 48%," whereas the product o ie1
48 pecent oi W r,&
In count three, the product was alleged to be misbranded in that the labels
afted to the containers of the product stated: "Inert Material-Water-Not
Ovet 48%," which statement was false and misleading and served to deceive
and mislead purchasers since th product contained more than 48 percent of
water.
In count three, the product was alleged to be further misbranded in that
the labels affixed to the containers of the product did not bear an ingredient
statement giving the name and percentage of each active ingredient, together
with the total percentage of the inert ingredients in the product, or an ingredient
statement giving the name of each active ingredient, together with the name
of each and total percentage of the inert ingredients in the product.
On January 16, 1950, the defendant entered a plea of nolo contender, and
the court imposed a fine of $25 on each of three counts, or a total of $75.
4& Lack of registration of "Rawleigh's Moth Crystals." U. S. v. 4,199 9-ounlc
cans, more or less, of "Rawleigh's Moth Crystals." Consent decree of
condemnation and release under bond. (I. F. & R. No. 19. I. D. No.
17893.)
T product, "Rawleigh's Moth Crystals," was not registered under the Federal
Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act.
JOn June 23, 1949, the United States Attorney for the District of Minnesota,
A- .....?S. __t_ -- I_ 1- -_ f. _r -_a_ __ __ ___IJL _l* ^_^ -- T'T- 3 f -- -l -kJ-


C01


5, 1950,




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iii.. *

If;;, *V495.j.. .z r *. NOTXCES Or JIUDTGMEN~T 213
U" **h "i


*i:. ..:-" "*'
1... I ...i
..ll*ii **:.
::;:. ece. OD. September 26, 1949, a decree= of .condemnation was entered, and it
was ordered that the product be released to the claimant under bond.
49. Lack of registration of "Rn-Test Jiffy Mist Aero Sol." U. S. v. 1,879 con-
-. ..*CL.,...
1 H tait-rs more or less, of "Bri-Test Jiffy Mist Aero Sol." Consent decree
-.of condemnation and release under bond. (I. F. & R. No. 63. I. D. No.
20622.)
Tbq product, "Bri-Test Jiffy Mist Aero Sol," was not registered under the
SFederalInsecticide, Fungicide, and Rodentlcide Act.
On November 17, 1949, the United States Attorney for the District of Columbia,
*. acting upon a report by the Secretary of Agriculture, filed in the United States


District Court a 1
containers, more
D. C., alleging th
ported interstate,
N. Y., in violation
SIt was alleged
Agriculture as req
SBri-Test, Inc.,


ibel praying seizure for condemn
or less, of "Bri-Test Jiffy Mist
at the product was an economic
on or about October 27, 1949, by
of the act.
that the product was not regi
uired by section 4 of the act.
claimed ownership of the prodi


action and confiscation of 1,879
Aero Sol," at Washington,
poison which bad been trans-
Bri-Test, Inc., from New York,


stered

uct an


with


the Secretary


requested


release


under bond for the purpose of bringing it into compliance with the act, and
consented to the entry of a condemnation decree. On December 20, 1949, a
decree of condemnation was entered, and it was ordered that the product be
released to the claimant under bond.
50. Lack of registration and misbranding of "Pinesol The Great Household Dis-
infectant and Deodorizer." U. S. v. 11 1-gallon jugs, more or less, of
"Pinesol The Great Household Disinfectant and Deodorizer." Default
decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. (I. F. & R. No. 64.
I. D. No. 19452.)


SThe product, "Pi
was not registered
Act, and the label
ingredient statement
On November 26
of South Carolina,
in the United Stat
and confiscation of
hold Disinfectant a


inesol, The Great Household
under the Federal Insecticid
s affixed to the containers of
it as required by the act.
, 1949, the United States Atto
acting upon a report by the
es District Court a libel pra^
11 1-gallon jugs, more or less,
nd Deodorizer," at Greenville,


Disinfectant and Deodorizer,"
e, Fungicide, and Rodenticide
the product did not bear an


rney
Seer
7ing
of '
S. C.


Sfor the Western District
etary of Agriculture, filed
seizure for condemnation
'Pinesol The Great House-
, alleging that the product


was an
October
the act.
It was
Agricultu


economic poison
14, 1949, by Jos.


which had been t
C. Shepard, from


transported interstate,
Wilmington, N. C., in


alleged that the product was not regis
re as required by section 4 of the act.


It was alleged that the product was misb
the containers of the product did not bear
name and percentage of each active ingredien
of the inert ingredients in the product, or
zame of ,each active ingredient, together
Ilercentage of the inert ingredients in the prod
On JIaTary 3, 1950, no claimant having a
And fotfeiture was entered, and the Unite
destroy the product.
I. Lack of registration and misbrandinr


randed


an
t, t
an
wit
uct
Lpp


tered


with


on or about
violation of


the Secretary


in that the labels


affixed to


ingredient statement giving the
together with the total percentage
ingredient statement giving the
h the name of each and total
eared, a decree of condemnation
eared, a decree of condemnation


States


Marshal


ordered


of "Pennitrato Liauid Coatinr."


id







INSECTICIDE,


URQGICTDE,


AND


RODENTICIDE


ACT [N. J., I. K. L


Liquid Coating," at Seneca, S. C., alleging that the
poison which had been transported interstate, on or
EJroy Naval Stores, Co., Inc., from Vidalia, Ga., in v
It was alleged that the product was not registered
culture as required by section 4 of the act.
It was alleged that the product was misbranded ii
the containers of the product did not bear an ingre
name and percentage of each of the active ingredient
percentage of the inert ingredients, or an ingredient
of each of the active and each of the inert ingredien
of the percentage of each present in each classificati
percentage of the inert ingredients.
On January 3, 1950, no claimant having appeared
demnation and forfeiture was entered, and the U:
ordered to destroy the product.


52. Lack of registration
"Glycolaire Vapor
"Glycolaire Vapor
and destruction.


The product, "Glyco
Insecticide, Fungicide,
of the product did not
of the containers; and
by the act.
On March 7, 1950,
Tennessee, acting upo
United States District


the United States Attorney f
n a report by the Secretary
Court a libel praying seizure


flscation of 19 1-quart bottles, more or less, of "G
Memphis, Tenn., alleging that the product was an
been transported interstate, on or about November
Parifier Obmpay, efrom Columbus, Ohio, in violation o
It was alleged that the product was not registered
culture as required by section 4 of the act.
It was alleged that the trothe failed to comply w
B of the act in that the laeis rffied to the contain
bear a stateent1~of the net et or measure of th
It was alleged that the product was misbranded


the containers of the product did not
name and percentage of each of the a
percentage of the inert ingredients, or
of each of the active and each of the
of the percentage of each present in e
percentage of the itert ingredient s.


bear an ingr
active ingredie
an ingredient
inert ingredie
ach classificat


product was an econome-
about May 19, 1949, by the.
violation of the act. .
with the Secretary of Agri-
i that the labels affixed to.
dient statement giving the-
its, together with the total
statement giving the namA
its in the descending order
on, together with the total
I, a default decree of con-
nited States Marshal was


or the


Western


of Agriculture, f
for condemnatic
lycolaire Vapor
economic poison
22, 1949, by the
f the act.
with the Secreta


District of


filed in
n and
Liquid,
which
Glycol


the
con-
" at
had
aire


Iry of Agri-


ith the provisions of section
ners of the product did not
e contents of the containers.
in that the labels affixed to
edient statement giving the
Dts, together with the total
t statement giving the name
nts, in the descending order
:ion, together with the total!


On May 25, MO1950ao claimant having appeared, a decreeof condemnation, and
forfeiture was entered, and the United States Marshal was ordered to destroy
the product.
53. Lack of registration, misbranding, and adulteration of "Stanley's Bleach."
U. S. v. 237 1-quart containers, more or less, of "Stanley's Bleach." De-
fault detee of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. (I. F. & R.
No. 73 I. D. No. 21022.)


The product, "Stanley
Alibi Thnnnilrn and R0


's Bleach," was not registered under the Federal Insecti-
lAnntiMnria A Mf An avoamnatin nP t, ho irntln ot- chainlAt


and required information on label, and misbranding of
Liquid." U. S. v. 19 1-quart bottles, more or less, of
Liquid." Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture,
TI. F. &.No.75. I.D.No.20218.) .. .


laire Vapor Liquid," was not registered under the Federal
and Rodenticide Act; the labels affixed to the containers
bear a statement of net weight or measure of the contents
the labe id not bear an ingredient statement as required







26-76] NOTICES

It was alleged that the product
Agriculture as required by section 4 of
It was alleged that the product
"Stanley's BLEACH *
RECTIONS As usual, soap and rub
have the most soiled pieces on top.
add one cup full of Stanley's Bleac
before rinsing and wring out in bli
BOILED. Stanley's Bleach will rem


OF

vas
the
was
*


clot
this
?h.
ling
ove


JUDGMENT


not re
act.
misbra
A DII
hes, th
done, t
Leave
water.
all stai


gistered


with


indpd in that
SINFECTANT
?n place in tul
o each pail of
clothes ten to
The clothes
ns, even in cdo


the Secretary


the statements:
CLEANSER DI-
, taking care to
very warm water
fifteen minutes
MUST NOT BE
th that has been


mildewed. Warranted not to injure the hands. Good for general house cleaning
and as a disinfectant cleanser. ACTIVE INGREDIENTS: Sodium
Hypochlorite 5.25%, INERT INGREDIENTS 94.75% When Packed 100%
* MANUFACTURED BY RODE ISLAND SALES CO. PROVIDENCE,
R. I.," borne on the labels affixed to the containers of the product were false and
misleading as the statements implied or represented that the product contained
5.25 percent of sodium hypochlorite and 94.75 percent of inert ingredients, and
that it would disinfect soiled laundry and act as a disinfectant for general house
cleaning, whereas the product contained less than 5.25 percent of sodium hypo-


chlorite and more than 94.75 percent of inert ingredients and would not
soiled laundry or act as a disinfectant for general house cleaning.
It was alleged that the product was adulterated in that its strength
- fell below the professed standard or quality as expressed on the labels
the containers of the product since the labels stated in part: "* *
INGREDIENTS: Sodium Hypochlorite 5.25%, INERT INGREDIENTS
whereas the product contained less than 5.25 percent sodium hypochi


disinfect


or purity
affixed to
ACTIVE
94.75%,"
orite and


more than 94.75 percent inert ingredients.
On April 17, 1950, no claimant having appeared, a decree of condemnation and
forfeiture was entered, and the United States Marshal was ordered to release
the product to a charitable institution.
54. Lack of registration of "Peerless Rat and Mice Bombs." IT. S. v. 25 display
cards, more or less, each containing 24 !'-ounce cellophane bags of
"Peerless Rat and Mice Bombs." Default decree of condemnation, for-
feiture, and destruction. (I. F. & R. No. 77. I. D. No. 21068.)


The product, "Pee
Federal Insecticide,
On March 20, 1950
shire, acting upon a
States District Court
25 display cards, mo
"Peerless Rat and MI


was an economic p
January 3, 1950, by
tion of the act.
It was alleged ths
culture as required I
On May 22, 1950
and forfeiture was
troy the product.


(
t


less Rat and Mice Bombs," was not registered under the


Fungicide, and
, the United St
report by the
a libel praying
re or less, eacht
ice Bombs." at


Rodenticide
ates Attorney
Secretary of
seizure for c
containing
Manchester.


Act.
7 for the Dis
Agriculture,
ondemnation
24 -ounce
N. H., allegi


trict of New Hamp-
filed in the United
i and confiscation of
cellophane bags of
ng that the product


oison which had been transported interstate, on
he Peerless Laboratories, Inc., from Palmer, Mass.,


or about
in viola-


it the product was not registered with the Secretary of Agri-
,y section 4 of the act.
, no claimant having appeared, a decree of condemnation
entered, and the United States Marshal was ordered to de-


Lack of required in
"PinEniP." U. S.
doing business as
on counts one and
__A- *SN ------


formation on label, mis
v. Morris J. Schneider
M. Schneider & Sons. PI
two. Fine of $300; count
1" L__ -__ __ __- _


branding, and adulteration of
and David Schneider, partners,
ea of guilty by David Schneider
t three dismissed. Information
d* r S fl flEa V147 1 a


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INSECTICI DE,


FUNGICIDE,


MID


RODE'NTICIDE


ACT [N. J., .F. .


Schneider, partners, doinj
shipment, on or about Jun
of 12 1-gallon cans and
as "PinEnil," in violation
In count one, it was alle
uct did not bear the name
for whom the product wa
contents of the containers
In count two, it was
labeling bore statements


Business as M. Schneider & Sons, alleging interstate
ie 13, 1949, from Brooklyn, N. Y., to New Haven, Conn.,
2 5-gallon cans of an economic poison product, known
of the act.
ged that the labels affixed to the containers of the prod-
and address of the manufacturer, registrant, or person
s manufactured, nor the net weight or measure of the


alleged
relative


that the product was misbranded in that its
to the ingredients of the product which were


false or misleading since the labeling stated, in part: "Active Ingredients .
Pine Oil 60%, Soap 30%, Inert Ingredients 10%," whereas the product con-
tained less than 90 percent of pine oil and soap and more than 10 percent of
Inert ingredients:
In count three, it was alleged that the product was adulterated in that its
strength or ipurity fell below the professed standard or quality as expressed on its
labeling since the labeling stated, in part: "Active Ingredients: Pine Oil 60%,
Soap 80%, Inert Ingredients: 10%," whereas the product contained less than
90 percent of pine oil and soap and more than 10 percent of inert ingredients.
On May 22, 1950, David Schneider entered a plea of guilty to counts one and
two, and on June 8, 1950, the court imposed a fine of $150 on each of the two
counts, or a total fine of $300. Count three was dismissed. The information
against the codefendant, Morris J. Schneider, was dismissed.
56. Lack of registration of "SMARTSHIELD CLEAR." U. S. v.
46 1-qutrt cans, 100 1-pi4 cans, and 200 h-pint cans, more or less, of
"S MARTHIELD CLEAR." Default decree of condemna-
tion, forte, and on. (I. F. & R. No. 27. I. D. No. 16398.)
The product, "SMARTSH CLEAR," was not registered
under the Federau Insecticide, uBgicide, and Rodenticide Act
On July 6, 1949, the United tes Attordy for the Eastern District of Wis-
consin, acting upon a rEport h.e SecretaW of Agriculture, filed in the United
States District Cburt a libel praying seizure for condemnation and confiscation
of 46 1-quart cans, 100 1-pi't cans, and 200 -pint cans, more or less, of
"SMARTSHIED CLBAR," at Milwaukee, Wis., alleging that the
product was an economic pols which had been transported interstate, on or
about March 25 1949, by the tes & Smart Paint Co., from San Francisco
Cal!., in violation of the att.
It was alleged that the prctt was not registered with the Secretary of
Agriculture as required by sectif of the act.
On June 26, 1950, no Claimant having appeared, a decree of condemnation and
forfeiture was entered, and the united States Marshal was ordered to deliver
the product to the Milwauikee nty House of Correction, Milwaukee, Wis.,
for its use.
57. Misbranding of "ANT-X. &S. v. Robert H. Harkins, doing business under
the style and trade nam of Nott Manufacturing Company. lea f
guilty. Fine$25, (I..&4 No5. I. D. No.17542.)
An examination of "ANT-X" showed that it consisted of a mixture of thallium
Sulphate, sugar and fatty t 1, and fibrous material apparently of woody
or vegetable orgin. The net weight shown on the labels affixed to the containers
of the product tas 300 grains wjeas the average net weight was approximately
221 grains.
On Auril 26.'1,09.the Tttrltates Attorney for the Southern District of







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NOTICES


JUDGMENT


On May 26, 1950, the defendant entered a plea of guilty, and the court imposed
a fine of $25.
58. Lack of registration and misbranding of "Para-Scent Prevents Moths Closet
Holder for Paradi." U. S. v. 574 containers, more or less, of "Para-Scent
Prevents Moths Closet Holder for Paradi." Default decree of condemna-
tion, forfeiture, and destruction. (I. F. & R. No. 87. I. D. No. 18569.)
The product, "Para-Scent Prevents Moths Closet Holder for Paradi," was not
registered under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, and an
examination of the product showed that the labeling accompanying it did not


contain directions fori
for the protection of tl
The United States
report by the Secreta
a libel praying seizurn
or less, of "Para-Scee
N. J., alleging that ti


use which are necessary and, if complied with, adequate
e public.


Attorney for the
ry of Agriculture,
e for condemnation
It Prevents Moths
e product was an


ported interstate, on or about March 17, 1950, by the
from New York, N. Y., in violation of the act
It was alleged that the product was not regis
Agriculture as required by section 4 of the act.
The product was alleged to be misbranded in th
did not contain directions for use which are nece
adequate for the protection of the public.
On June 12, 1950, no claimant having appeared, a
forfeiture was entered, and the United States Ma
the product.
59. Lack of registration and misbranding of "Sou
v. One drum containing 25 gallons, more or
115." Default decree of condemnation, forfeit
& R. No. 95. I. D. No. 21530.)
The product, "Southern's Fog Mix 115," was not
Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act. An
showed that the label affixed to the container of
warning or caution statement nor an ingredient st
paying the product did not contain directions for
and the labels claimed that the product contained s
not contain sulphur copper.
On June 5, 1950, the United States Attorney for ti


acting upon a report by the Secretary of Agricu
District Court a libel praying seizure for condei
drum containing 25 gallons, more or less, of "So1
Ga., alleging that the product was an economic po
interstate, on or about March 3, 1950, by Souther
Fla., in violation of the Federal Insecticide, Fu
; It was alleged that the product was not re
Agriculture as required by section 4 of the act.
The product was alleged to be misbranded in
statements: "Active Ingredients DDT Dichloro
phur (93%-325 Mesh) Copper Inert Ingredients,
no sulphur and no copper.
The product was alleged to be further misbra
lhr^nlmn AlA .tn^- nnndnnrl ,fl!..nw4-!jnnmc In..*\cs we^^ trV


District of New Jersey, acting upon a
filed in the United States District Court
Sand confiscation of 574 containers, more
Closet Holder for Paradi," at Trenton,
economic poison which had been trans-


Advance Products Company,


tered


with


the Secretary


at its accompanying labeling
ssary and, if complied with,

L decree of condemnation and
rshal was ordered to destroy

then's Fog Mix 115." U. S.
less, of "Southern's Fog Mix
ture, and destruction. (I. F.


registered unc
examination
the product
atement; the
use, as require
ulphur copper,


ler
of
did
laba
ed
wh


the Federal
the product
not bear a
?ling accom-
by the act;
ereas it did


ie Middle District of Georgia,


lture, fil
nation
uthern's
ison whi
n Chemi
ngicide,
gistered


ed in the United States
and confiscation of one
Fog Mix 115," at Adel,
ch had been transported
cals, Inc., from Sanford,
and Rodenticide Act.
with the Secretary of


that its label bore the following
Diphenyl Trichloroethane, Sul-
" whereas the product contained


minded in that its accompanying
n', ninA v "t^Afnnronnhvr nr.A 41 nat.,*


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INSECTICIDE,


FUNGICIDE,


AND


RODENTICIDE


ACT [N. J., LF. R.


labeling stated, in part: "Active Ingredients
ethane, Sulphur (93%-325 Mesh) Copper
product contained no sulphur and no copper.
On July 14, 1950, no claimant having appea
forfeiture was entered, and it was ordered ti
60. Lack of registration and required inform
"Triethylene Glycol Air Purification G
tainers, more or less, of "I'riethylem
Consent decree of condemnation and
No. 74. I.D. No. 21053.)


DDT Dichloro Diphenyl Trichloro-
Inert Ingredients," whereas the

red, a decree of condemnation and
at the product be destroyed.
ation on label and misbranding of
,rade." U. S. v. 143 1-gallon con-
e Glycol Air Purification Grade."
release under bond. (I. F. & R.


The product, "Triethylene Glycol Air Purification Grade," was not registered
under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, and an examina-
tion of the product showed that the labels affixed to the containers of the product
did not bear a statement of net weight or measure of the contents of the con-
tainers nor an ingredient statement as required by the act.


On F
chusetti
States
of 143 :
Grade."


ebruary
s, acting
District
l-gallon
at New


27, 1950, the United States Attorney for the District of Massa-
upon a report by the Secretary of Agriculture, filed in the United
Court a libel praying seizure for condemnation and confiscation
containers, more or less, of "Triethylene Glycol Air Purification
Bedford, Mass., alleging that the product was an economic poison


which had been transported interstate, on or about April
t., from Minneapolis, Minn., in violation of the act.
It was alleged that the product was not registered
ugrieulture as required by section 4 of the act.
SIt was alleged that the product failed to comply with t
affixed to the containers of the product did not bear a stat
97 measure of the contents of the containers.
It was alleged that the product was misbranded in t
tie containers of the product did not bear an ingrediel
name and percentage of each active ingredient, together w
of the inert ingredients in the product, or an ingredie'
hname of each active ingredient, together with the name
cmntage of the inert ingredients in the product.
John S. Fallow, doing business as J. S. Fallow & Co.,
elahued ownership of the product and requested its relea
to the act and consented to the entry of a condemnation


50, a decree of
be released to t
lance with the


p.F


9, 1949, by Jon-Howard,


with


the Secretary of


hlie act in that the labels
ement of the net weight

mat the labels affixed to
at statement giving the
rith the total percentage
it statement giving the
of each and total per-

of New Bedford, Mass.,
se under bond pursuant
n decree. On June 26,


condemnation was entered, and it was ordered that the product
he claimant under bond for the purpose of bringing it into corn-
act


Lack of registration and required information on label and misbranding of
"First Antiseptic Rug and Upholstery Shampoo" and "First For Floorp
Antiseptic Liquid Detergent." U. S. v. 2 15-gallon containers, more or less,
of "First Antiseptic Rug and Upholstery Shampoo" and 7 30-gallon cony
tainers, 5 55-gallon containers, and 5 15-gallon containers, more or less,
of "First For Floors Antiseptic Liquid Detergent." Consent decree of
condemnation and release under bond. (I. F. & R. No. 88. I. D. No0,
20403, 20404.)


The products, "First Antiseptic Rug and Upholstery Shampoo" and "First For
Fpqrs Antiseptic Liquid Detergent," were not registered under the Federal In-
Seceticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, and an examination of the products
showed that the labels affixed to the containers of the products did not bear a
statement of nPt- wpipht nor mnamnr onf th onnl-ont nof tha nunntfainaoa new an


I,


nmn







SPAla ~


NOTICES


JUDGMENT


It was alleged that the products were not registered
Agriculture as required by section 4 of the act.
It was alleged that the products failed tocomply.v with t
affixed to the containers of the products did not bear a stall
or measure of the contents of the containers.
It was alleged that the products were misbranded in t
the containers of the products did not bear an ingredie
name and percentage of each active ingredient, together w
of the inert ingredients in the products, or an ingrediei


name of each
centage of the
Piatt & Sm
products and
seated to the
condemnation


active ingredient, together with th
inert ingredients in the product.
illie Chemicals, Inc., of St. Louis,
requested their release under bond
entry of a condemnation decree.
was entered, and it was ordered tl


e name

Mo., cla
pursue
On Jun
iat the


with


the Secretary of


he act in that the labels
cement of the net weight

hat the labels affixed to
nt statement giving the
rith the total percentage
nt statement giving the
of each and total per-

Limed ownership of the
nt to the act, and con-
e 13, 1950, a decree of
products be released to


the claimant under bond for the purpose of bringing them into compliance with
the act.
62. Lack of registration and misbranding of "Plastic Roxide" or "Insecti-Sol."
U. S. v. Rox Ex Company, Inc., a corporation. Plea of guilty. Fine, $500;
execution of sentence suspended for 2 years. (I. F. & R. No. 78. I. D.
No. 19846.)


"Plastic Roxide"


Federal Insecticide, Fu
product showed that thi
bear a warning or caun
statement as required I
contained organic thioc:
butoxy beta' thioceyano
fatty acids containing
chlordane, in solution in


On June 13, 1950,
gan, acting upon a
States District Corn
tion, alleging shipm
from Detroit, Mich.,
Roxide" or "Insect i-.
In count one, it


or "Insecti-Sol," was not registered under the


igicide, and Rodentic
e labels affixed to th4
tion statement, neces
by the act. An anal
yanates equivalent to
diethyl ether and b
10 to 18 carbon atc
petroleum distillate.


he Uni
eport.
an ii
nt in
o Lak(
)1," in
:as al


ited Sta
by the
format
intersta
e Worth
violation
leged t


ide Act, and ap examination of the
e containers of the product did not
sary directions, and an ingredient
ysis of the product showed that it
S1.58 percent of a mixture of beta
eta thiocyanoethyl esters of mixed
>ms, and 4.48 percent of technical


tes Attorney for the Eastern
Secretary of Agriculture, fi
ion against Rox Ex Compan,
te commerce, on or about E
, Fla., of an economic poison,
tn of the act.
3at the product was not re


District of Michi-
led in the United
y, Inc., a corpora-
)ecember 17, 1948,
known as "Plastic


gistered


with


Secretary of Agriculture as required by section 4 of the act.


In count two,
not have a label
of each active i
gredients in the
active ingredien
inert ingredients
In count two,
it did not have a


wary and, if complied '
vertebrate animals.
In count two, it was
it was not accompany
necessary and, if comp
On July 10, 1950, th
_a __ j- I .. 4-...f-B j4


it was alleged that the p
bearing an ingredient stat
ingredient, together with
product, or an ingredient
t, together with the namn
in the product.


product was misbranded in -that it
ement giving the name and percent
the total percentage of the inert
t statement giving the name of e
e of each and total percentage of


it was alleged that the product was further misbranded in that
label containing a warning or caution statement which is neces-


R'ith


, adequate to prevent injury to living man and other


alleged that the produce
ed by labeling contain
lied with, adequate for t
e defendant corporation
? QfCbtWt n. n-atq 4- n. ^ n n-


t was further misbranded in
ng directions for use which
he protection of the public.
entered a plea of guilty and
0!0( V an/ nn* tm ~4- 4 .y n cm 4.n-n 1


that
are

the
44 .-.


The product,


te


i;







INSECTICIDE,


TUNGZICIDE,


AND RODENTICIDE


ACT [N. J.,'I.W'i.


affixed to the containers of the product did not bear an
required by the act; the labels did not bear necessary di
did not bear a warning or caution-statement.
On June 7, 1950, the United States Attorney for tU
Michigan, acting upon a report by the Secretary of A
United States District Court a libel praying seizure for
fiscat ion of 8 400-pound drums, more or less, of "A-C
Mich., alleging that the product was an economic poison


ported interstate,
Associated Chemi
to Holland, Mich.,
It was alleged
Agriculture as req
It was alleged


on or
sts, I
in vio
that
uired
that


about October 25,
nc., Bartlett, Ill.,
lation of the act.
the product was
by section 4 of the
the product was


ingredient statement as
reactions; and the labels


ge W
Lgricu
cond
Deo.
whi


1949, by American
to Valparaiso, Ind.,


not register
act.
misbranded


ired


witi


eastern District of
iture, filed in the
emnation and con-
lorol," at Holland,
ch had been trans-
Aerosol, Inc., from
and subsequently

i the Secretary of


in that the labels affixed


to the containers of the product did not bear an ingredientrstatement
the name and percentage of each of the active ingredients, together wi
total percentage of the inert ingredients in the product, or an ingredient


meant giving


together
It was
paying
complied
It was


the nai


tle


with the
alleged
labeling
with, ad'
Alleged


affixed to the conta
statement which is
to living man and ot
On July 11, 1950,
forfeiture was ente]


me of each of the active and each of the
>tal percentage of the inert ingredients in
iat the product was further misbranded i
d not contain directions for use which are
uate for the protection of the public.
hat the product was further misbranded
Liners of the product did not contain a w
necessary and, if complied with, adequate
her vertebrate animals.
no claimant having appeared, a decree of
red. and it was ordered that the product b4


giving
th the
state-


inert ingredients,
the product.
in that its accom-
Snecessary and, if

in that the labels
warning or caution
to prevent injury


condemnation and
e destroyed.


64, Lack of registration of "Hartz Mountain E-Z Kleen Flea Powder." U. S. v.
756 1!/-ounce cans, more or less, of "Hartz Mountain E-Z Kleen Flea
Powder." Default decree of condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction.
(I. F. & R. No. 22. I. D. No. 17855.)


The product,


"Hartz Mountain E-Z Kleen Flea Powder," was not registered


under the Federal Insecticide
On July 7, 1949, the Uni
Illinois, acting upon a report


States District Court a
of 756 1/2-ounce cans, m
at Chicago, Ill., alleging
transported interstate, o
from New York, N. Y., in
It was alleged that


libel
ore o
that


, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act.
ted States Attorney for the Northern District of
by the Secretary of Agriculture, filed in the United
praying seizure for condemnation and confiscation
r less, of "Hartz Mountain E-Z Kleen Flea Powder,"
the product was an economic poison which had been


n or about January 27, 1949, by Hartz Mountain Products,
violation of the act.
the product was not registered with the Secretary of


Agriculture as required by section 4 of the act.
On October 17, 1949, no claimant having appeared, a decree of condemnation
aud forfeiture was entered, and it was ordered that the product be destroyed.
t


5. Lack of registration of "Hartz
U. S. v. 5,388 -ounce cans, m
My-T-Mite Powder." Default
i destruction. (I. F. & R. No. 23.
The product, "Hartz Mountain No. 4
wider the Federal Insecticide, Fungic
On July 8. 1949. the United States At


Mountain No.
ore or less, of
decree of condi
I. D. No. 17852.)
00 My-T-Mite P<
ide, and Rodenti
tornev for the Nc


400 My-T-Mite Powder."
"Hartz Mountain No. 400
emnation, forfeiture, and


powder was not registered
cide Act.
)rthern District of Illinois.


.11w


s.


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NOTICES


JUDGMENT


66. Lack of registration and misbranding of "Vet Aerosol Insecticide Bombs."
U. S. v. 572 "Vet Aerosol Insecticide Bombs," more or less. Consent
decree of condemnation and release under bond. (I. F. & R. No. 71.
I. D. Nos. 18019, 18020.)


The product
Federal Insect
product showe
product, as claim
On February
acting upon a
District Court
"Vet Aerosol I


, "Vet Aerosol Insecticide I
icide, Fungicide, and Roden
d that Green Industries, Ii
Limed.
S3, 1950, the United States
report by the Secretary of
a libel praying seizure for
insecticide Bombs," more or


3ombs," was not registered under the
tticide Act and an examination of the
ac., was not the manufacturer of the


Attorney for the District of Minnesota,
Agriculture, filed in the United States
condemnation and confiscation of 572
less, at St. Paul, Minn., alleging that


the product was an economic poison which had been caused to be transported
interstate, on or about December 1-14, 1949, and January 10, 1950, by Associated
Chemists, Inc., from Bartlett, Ill., in violation of the act.
It was alleged that the product was not registered with the Secretary of Agri-
culture as required by section 4 of the act.
It was alleged that the product was misbranded in that its labeling bore state-
ments relative to the product which were false and misleading since the labels
stated "Green Industries, Inc.," implying that Green Industries, Inc., was the
manufacturer of the product, whereas it was not the manufacturer of the product.
Green Industries, Inc., of St. Paul, Minn., claimed ownership of the product,


requested its release under bond for the purpose of bringing


it into co


mpliance


with the act, and consented to the entry of a condemnation decree. On April 24,
1950, a decree of condemnation was entered, and it was ordered that the product
be released to the claimant under bond.


67. Lack of regist
tion of "Ins4
containers,
Default decr
No. 76. I.D.


rationr
ectici
more
*ee of
No. 1


and required informir
de, Aerosol Stock No.
or less, of "Insectic
condemnation, forfei
7980.)


nation, misbranding, and adultera-
10-20-21." U. S. v. 1,582 16-ounce
ide, Aerosol Stock No. 10-20-21."
ture, and destruction. (I. F. & R.


The product, "Ins
the Federal Insecti
the product showe
product was less th
of the product, and
unit of weight pre
the labels affixed to


ecticide, Aerosol Stock No. 10-20-21," was not registered under


cide, F
d that
an the
the stE
sent in
the cor


ungicide, and Rodenticide
the net weight of couten
16 ounces claimed on the la
itement of net contents wa
the product. The exami
itainers of the product did


Act, and an examination of
ts of the containers of the
bels affixed to the containers
s not in terms of the largest
nation further showed that
not bear an ingredient state-


ment as required by the act; the product contained less than 3 percent DDT; the
names DDT, pyrethrum extract, and hydrocarbon oil are incorrect names of


ingredients; and the product when used as directed was not effective in the
control of mosquitoes and biting flies.
On March 31, 1950, the United States Attorney for the Northern District of
Illinois, acting upon a report by the Secretary of Agriculture, filed in the United
States District Court a libel praying seizure for condemnation and confiscation
of 1,582 16-ounce containers, more or less, of "Insecticide, Aerosol Stock No.


10-20-21," at Chi
which had been tr
Shore Trading Co.
It was alleged
Agriculture as req


cago, Ill.,
ansported
, from Val
that the
uired by s5


alleging t
interstate
paraiso, I,
product i
section 4 of


that th
, on or
nd., in i
ras not
the ac


product was an ec
about August 11, 1941
violation of the act.
registered with the
.


onomic poison
9, by the West


Secretary


It was alleged that the product failed to comply with the act in that the labels


*


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I


I







INSECTICIDE,


FUNGICIDE,


AND


RODE3TICIDE


ACT IN. J., L P. &R


inert ingredients
there is no comm
each of the inert
centage of each Ip
of the inert ingre
It was alleged
bore statements
and misleading E
the statements:
INFLAMMABLE
QUITOES AND
EXTRACT 2%,
FREON-12 85%
FA(E. NEVER


in the product, or giving the well known common name, or, if


on name,
ingredient
resent in
dients in
that the
relative t
;ince the
*"INSEC
STORE


the correct chemical n
ts in the product, in ti
each classification, tog
the product.
product was further
.o the product and its
labels affixed to the c
TICIDE, AEROSOL
BELOW 170 F FOR


BITING FLIES CONTENTS 1
HYDROCARBON OIL 5%, I
CAUTION RELEASE 1 FOOT
SPRA Y PLASTIC DIRECTLY.


INDICATED. USE SPARINGLY A CLOS]
QUIRE ONLY 10 SECONDS SPRAYING:
ONDS OF SPRAYING IS AMPLE FOR EA


NOT NECESSARY TO SPRAY
LEASE IN AIR AS AEROSOL
CREVICES. TEMPORARILY
AREAS. INSTRUCTIONS 1.
PLACE. 2. SCREW VALVE D
DIAPHRAGM. 3. LOCATION


DIRECTLY


ED P
A PI
CH
ON


Lame, of each of the active and
he descending order of the per-
ether with the total percentage

nisbranded in that its labeling.
ingredients which were false
containerss of the product bore
STOCK NO. 10-20-21 NON-
USE ONLY AGAINST MOS-


6-OZ DDT 3%, PYRETHRUM
CYCLOHEXANONE 5% AND


OR MORE
DISPENSE
'YRAMIDAL
JP TENT. 1
1000 CU. FT.
INSECTS B


ACTS LIKE A GAS
EFFECTIVE IN
REMOVE TAPE W
OWN TIGHT INTO
OF SPRAY OPENI


IS INDICATED BY WHITE DOT ON CONTAIN
DURN VALVE TO LEFT APPROXIMATELY 4
VALVE TO RIGHT FIRMLY UNTIL CLOSED.
WILL BE LIBERATED ONLY WHEN DISPENS
VALVE IS ON TOP. LOT NO. D654321 U. S. PI
TORED BY AMERICAN AEROSOL INSECTICI
which statements implied or represented that t
was 16 ounces, that the product when used as dir
trol of mosquitoes and biting iand that the
DDT, whereas the net weight of the product '
product when used as directed was not effective
and biting ies,:and the product contained less thi


It
fel
the


R.
IN
6.
ER
AT.
[DE


FROM ANY SUR-
ONLY FOR TIME
TENT WILL RE-
SECOND: 4 SEC-
(10' x 10' x 10').
UT MERELY RE-


AND PENETRATES INTO
SHELTERED OUT-DOOR
WHICH HOLDS VALVE IN
DISPENSER TO PIERCE
NG ON SIDE OF VALVE


4. TO OPERATE SPRAY,
CH. 5. TO STOP, TURN
AN EFFECTIVE SPRAY
IS HELD SO THAT THE
NO. 2,329,074 MANUFACU-
CORP. CHICAGO, ILL."


"e net weight of the product
ected was effective in the con-
product contained 3 percent


vas
in
in 3


was alleged that he rnodutt s adulterated in
below the professed standard or quality as expr
labels affixed to the containers of the product


less
the
per
that
esseI
born


than 16 ounces, the
control of mosquitoes-
cent DDT.
Sits strength or purity"
d on its labeling since
? the statement: "3%


DDT," whereas: the product contained less than 3 percent DDT.
On July 19, 1950, no claimant having appeared, a decree of condemnation.
A nf'tJ ~ 3 aae -aa --A t.A l.a-aA- .'n n4. na.


anti


forfeiture was entered, and it was ordered that the product be destroyed.-
Lack of registration and required information on label and misbranding of,
"40 Saf-Te--Gard Triethylene Glycol Pads." U. 8. v. 84 cans, more or
less, each containing "40 Saf-Te-Gard Triethylene Glycol Pads." Default -
decree of undemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. (I. F. & R. No. 79..
I. D. No. 20337.) .. 1
'he Droduct, "40 Saf-Te-Gard Triethylene Glycol Pads." was not registered-


'4de the Federal Insecticide, Fungici
nation of the product showed that the
pIpoduct did not bear a statement of the
of the containers and an ingredient stat
On April 6, 1950, the United States
^^^ s-.- __ 4- I-


Rodenticide


labels affixed
net weight or
ement as requ
Attorney for


Act.


An exami.


to the containers of the
measure of the contents
hired by the act.
the Eastern District of


H"..
-


ir~


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.26-76]


NOTICES


.JUDGMENT


It was alleged that the product was misbranded
the containers of the product did not bear an ingr
name and percentage of each active ingredient, togeti
of the inert ingredients, in the product, or an ingr
name of each active ingredient, together with the i
centage of the inert ingredients, in the product.
On July 20, 1950, no claimant having..appeared,
and forfeiture was entered, and it was ordered that


in that
edient s
ier with
edient s
lame of


the labels
statement
the total
statement
each and


affixed to
giving the
percentage
giving the
total per-


a decree of condemnation
the product be destroyed.


69. Lack of registration and misbranding of "Kimbell's Kalex Bleach." U. S. v.
1,798 1-quart containers, 299 '2-gallon containers, and 59 1-gallon con-
tainers, more or less, of "Kimbell's Kalex Bleach." Consent decree of


condemnation and release under bond. (
__ ~Si


The product
Insecticide, F
showed that K
-as implied on
was not the ge
On April 7,
Texas, acting
SStates Distric
of 1,798 1-qua
more or less.


, "Kimbell's Kalex Bleach," was n(
fungicide, and Rodenticide Act. A
imbell Food Products Co. was not tl
the labels affixed to the containers I
'rm killer or purifier that was claim'
, 1950, the United States Attorne:
upon a report by the Secretary of
t Court a libel praying seizure for
rt containers, 299 1/-gallon contain
of "Kimbell's Kales Bleach." at


product was an economic poison


about December 29,
Okla., in violation o
It was alleged t
Agriculture as requi
It was alleged tha
meats relative to th
afixed to the conta
bell's Kalex *


1949, by the


which had
Roisman I


RI


f the act.
mat the product was not
red by section 4 of the act.
t the product was misbran
.e product which were falb


iners of the
* Bleach


germs-Deodorizes-Purifies


ucts Co.
product
product
whereas
and the
Worth,


Ft. Worth, Texas," wh
when used as directed
was manufactured by tl
the product when used


product
Tex.


On May 16, 1
of the product,
into compliance
decree. On the
ordered that the


bee


I. F. & R. No. 81.


register
examine
manufac
the prod
on the lI


d unde
tion o0
turer o
uct, an


ibels.


D. No. 19211.)
r the Federal
r the product
f the product,
.d the product


y for the Western District of
Agriculture, filed in the United
condemnation and confiscation
ers, and 59 1-gallon containers,


Pecos, Tex.,
n transported


products Co.,

registered


from

with


ided in that its


se


product bore tl
Disinfects Bl
Manufa
tich statements
1 would kill all
le Kimbell Food
I as directed wo


alleging that
interstate, on


Oklahoma


City,


the Secretary


labeling bore state-


and misleading sii
hie statements: "*
eaches-Removps
ctured By Kimbel
implied or represe
germs or purify
Products Co., Fort


>uld not


not manufactured by the Kimbel


950, Kimbell-Pecos Company, of P
requested its release under bond
with the act, and consented to
same day, a decree of condemna
Product be released to theclaiman


ecos, Te
for the
the ent
tion wa
t under


kill all


ace the labels
Kim-
Stains-Kills
1 Food Prod-
nted that the
and that the
VWorth, Tex.,


gorms or purify


Food Products Co


x., claimedC
purpose of
ry of a co
s entered,
bond.


., Fort


I ownership
bringing it
ndemnation
and it was


Fr


Lack of registration a
Co-Sol." U. S. v.
Default decree of c
R.No.96. I.D.No.2
'he product, "Gly-Co-So
egicide, and Rodenticid


the statement of net
on the labels affixed
largest ufit present,.


V


mnd required
23 30-ounce
ondemnation,
23312.)


i,"


information and
jars, more or
forfeiture, and


misbranding of "Gly-
less, of "Gly-Co-Sol."
destruction. (I. F. &


was not registered under the Federal Insecticide,
Act. An examination of the product showed that


weight or measure of the contents of the containers borne
to the containers of the product was not in terms of the
and the labels did not bear an ingredient statement as


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[ INSECTICIDE, FUNGICIDE, AND RODENTICIDE ACT IN. J.,I. P.

It was alleged that the product failed to comply with the act min that the labels


affixed to
or measure
since the
: iesent w


the containers
e of the conte
statement of
as a pound.


of the product did not bear a statement of the net weight
nts of the containers in terms of the largest unit present
net weight was in terms of ounces and the largest unit


It was alleged that the product was
the containers of the product failed to
aame and percentage of each of the a,


Percentage of the inert ingredients,
giving the name of each of the active
ifth the total percentage of the inert
SIt was alleged that the product w
bore statements which were false a
implied that thd product when used
bacteria ih the air, aid in destroy


in
a
in


misbranded in that the labels affixed to
bear an ingredient statement giving the
?tive ingredients, together with the total
the product, or an ingredient statement
nd each of the inert ingredients, together
gredients, in the product.


as further misbranded in.'that its labeling
nd misleading since they represented and
as directed would sterilize air, kill all the
ng air-borne bacteria, prevent individuals


from contracting colds and disease from air-borne bacteria, and prol
nals from infection by air-borne bacteria and viruses, and that


would be ideal for use in de
homes, sick rooms, waiting r(
where,"' whereas the product,
all the bacteria in tfhe air, aid
uals from contracting colds
individuals friom infection by


contaminating the air in offices,


ooms, and other
when used as di
1 in destroying a
and disease fror
air-borne bacter


ideal for use Iedecontaminating the air in ofl
(Label) "GLY-COO8OL Quotation from Hygei
a spray, one gram of propylene col will st
oc air. But ~wth a vaporir tisame amo
bacteria in 20,000,000 cubic centimeters of a
was effective ain unbelievable dilution of one
timeters of air. A Mingle drope 4the stuff,
out of a ten by ten room lenime than i
DIRECTIONS Remove Cap. Pulup wick u
of bottle. Place the bottle upright in the GL
CO-SOL dispenserea be to any 11
continuously if desired The nts of this 1
weeks if the GLY-CSOGL dspker is opera
cular) "Avail yourself of scien latest me
By reducing the number of at borne bacteria
of contracting disease from air borne erms i
This new yanrizer is deal for rooms, sick rooms, in fact anywhere that de


Best results are
the humidity ra
GLY-CO-SOL va
is recommended
of infection whi
vapors are odorl


obtained when the
nging between 259%
porizer will insure
simply as a comm
ch may come from
ess, practically invi


recer


tE
ti
)t


places implied by the 1
erected, would not sterili
ir-borne bacteria, preve
n air-borne bacteria, a
ia and viruses and wo
5ices and other places a
a Magazine-April 1, 11
erilize 2,000,000 cubic c
unt of propylene will k
ir. As for triethylene
gram to half a billion
vaporized, could clean I
it takes to read about
intil notches fit secure
2Y-CO-SOL dispenser.
0 AC or DC outlet and


bottle wi
ting con
thod for
Sand vi
s consid
homes,


ll last approximal
tinuously. *
decontamination
rus particles the
erably lessened.
reception rooms,


'contamination


glycol vapor sat
and 60%. No
the prevention of
on sense method
air-borne germs
sible and are har


Just a very minute quantity will help reduce the
These are odorless, tasteless, and non-toxic vapor
able in fragrantly scented odors or odorless.
doUble duty and not only aids in destroying air-bo
d||dorizing job as well, thus eliminating the us
fpmes commonly used for this purpose. *
AIN* 4ltn IT r 1 Cr-T *..- a.* *--!I .l -_ .-.-


'ct individ-
he product
ion rooms,
term "any-
ze air, kill
nt individ-
nd protect
uld not be
s claimed:
948: 'With
entimeters
ill all the
glycol, it
cubic cen-
the "bugs"
it.' *
ly in neck
The GLY-
left there


tely two
' (Cir-
of air.
chances
* *
wad11 ing"


of air is desired.


duration is about
claims are made
colds. Its contil
of reducing the
and viruses. *
mess to humans


50% and
that the
nuous use
incidence
* Glycol
and pets.


numbers of bacteria in the air.
s. GLY-CO-SOL is avail-
The scented type performs a
rne bacteria but does a perfect
ual sweet, heavily odored per-
Here is modern science at its


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NOTICES


JUDGMENT


I71. Lack of registration of "Miller's Garden Soildusto
bags, more or less, of "Miller's Garden Soildus
condemnation, forfeiture, and destruction. (I. F
17781.)


The product,
eral Insecticide,
On August 5,
Washington, act
United States D
fiscation of 143
Seattle, Wash.,


"Miller's Garden Soildusto," was not re
Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act.
1949, the United States Attorney for
ing upon a report by the Secretary of
district Court a libel praying seizure for
1-pound bags, more or less, of "Miller'
alleging that the product was an econ


been transported interstate, on or about April 1,
Co., from Portland, Oreg., in violation of the act.
It was alleged that the product was not regi
Agriculture as required by section 4 of the act.
On April 13, 1950, no claimant having appeared,
forfeiture was entered, and it was ordered that t


1949,

stored


." U. S. v. 143 1-pond
to." Default decree of
.& R. No. 36. I D. No.

gistered under t
the Weste rn of
Agriculture, filede
condemnation and con-
s Garden Soildusto," at
iomic poison wh t d
by the Miller is

with the Secreta of


a decree of condeitwnal: and
he product be destroyed


Lack ol
moni
less,
Quat


registration and misbranding of "Disilyn Brand of
umrn Chloride Water Soluble Crystals." U. S. v. 118
each containing 128 individual 3-gram packets of "
ernary Ammonium Chloride Water Soluble Crysta


cree of condemnation
No. 19283.)


and release under bond.


(I. F. &


Quaternaty Am-
cartons, motre or
Disilyn JBrand of
Is." Consent de-
R. No0 9- .D.


The product
ble Crystals,"
Rodenticide A
to the contain
avoirdupois ou
use by users of


OnJ
upon a
Court
more o
of Qua
alleging
interest:


une 5,
report
a libel
r less,
iternar
g that
ate. on


, "D
was
ct.
ers
since
* the


1950,
by t
pray
each


'isilyn Brand.of Quaternary A
not registered under the Fed
An examination of the produce
of the product did not state t
, nor was the net contents stat
economic poison.
the United States Attorney fo
he Secretary of Agriculture, fil
ing seizure for condemnation
containing 128 individual 3-g


purchase and


the act.
was misbra
the product
red by the
by the ordi
since the n


, Nev., claimed
the purpose of
wtry of a conde
as entered, and
der bond.


ammonium Chlilor
eral Insecticide.
t showed that t)
hlie net contents
ed in terms of w


nded
with
act w
inary
?t we


that
spect
not
(divid
it wa


ide Watet Solu-
Fungicj, and
he labels ulitre4
in terms f the
eight in general


r the District of Nevada acting
ed in the United States Di&triet
and confiscation of 118 cartons,
ram packets of "Disilyn Brand


y Ammonium Chloride Water Soluble Crystals," at Reno, Nev.,
the product was an economic poison which had been tran~prted
or about April 29, 1950, by the Lynwood Co., Inc., from Ohicago,


in violation of the act.


It was allege
culture as requ
It was alleg
labels affixed t
contents of tb
render it likely
conditions of


grams and not in terms of
. terms of weight in general
in the United States.
Ted A. Melillo, of Reno
its release under bond for
act, and consented to the e
decree of condemnation w
released to the claimant un


Statement on the
net weight of the
such term as to
u under eu4nary
stated In tn of
was not sfte in
e economy paon


that the product was not registered with the Secretary of Agri-


ed by section 4 of
that the product
the containers of
containers requi:
to be understood


avoirdupois pounds and ounces and
I use by consumers and users of th


ownership
bringing it
nation de<
it was ord


of the product rquested
into comiiliane tth the
ree. On July 28 950, a
ered that the pIjtbe


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INSECTICIDE,


FUNGICIDE,


AND


RODE'NTICIDE


ACT [N. J., 1.P.


On June 5, 1950, the United States Attorney for the Districtde Nevada, acting
Supon a report by the Secretary of Agriculture, filed in the United States District
Court a libel praying seizure for condemnation and confiscation of 6 boxes, moe
or less, each containing 100 tablets, of "SaniDise Chlorine Pink Rinse," at Reio,
Nev., alleging that the product was an economic poison which'had been trans-
ported interstate, on or about January 6, 1950, by the Crystal Chemical Co3


Inc., from Lynwoo
It was alleged
Agriculture as req
It was alleged
labels affixed to.th
weight or measure


d, Calif., in violati
that the product
uired by section 4
that the product
e containers of the
of the contents of


on of the act.
was not register
of the act.
failed to comply
product did not 1
the containers.


red


with


the Secretary oC


4*
with the act in that the
bear a statement of the net


On July 28, 1950, no claimant having appeared, a decree of condemnation and
forfeiture was entered, and it was ordered that the product be destroyed.


74. Lack of registrat
50-pound paper
Consent decree
No. 33. I.D. No.
Lack of registrat
40-pound paper
Consent decree
No. 34. I.D. No
Lack of registrat
40-pound paper
Consent decree


ion of "MACKOTHION
bags, more or less, of ".
of condemnation and r
17929.)
ion of "MACKOTHION
bags, more or less, of "
of condemnation and r
.17928.)
ion of "MACKOTHION
bags, more or less, of "
of condemnation and r


No. 35. I.D.No. 17932.)
The products, "MACKOTHIC
486," and "MACKOTHION DU
eral Insecticide, Fungicide, and
On August 10, 1949, and Aug
Northern District of Illinois, W
tory of Agriculture, filed in t
sBzure for condemnation and
lessof "MACKOTHION DUST


of "MA
of "MA
were ec
2t 194t
Winona
It


CKOTHIO
CKOTHIO
onomic poi
I, June 20,
i, Minn., in
is alleged


Agriculture as
On October
prer of the ci
0Mcqpnuon i
qseted their
ance with the
April 17, 1950


)N DUST NO. 485,"
ST NO. 487," were
Rodenticide Act.
ust 18, 1949, the U1
?stern Division, acti
he United States I
confiscation of 29 5
NO. 4ST," 39 40-po'


DUST NO. 487." U. S. v. 29
MACKOTHION DUST NO. 487."
release under bond. (I. P. & R.

DUST NO. 486" U. S. v. 39
MACKOTHION DUST NO. 486."
release under bond. (I. F. & R.

DUST NO. 485." U. S. v. 199
MACKOTHION DUST NO. 485."
release under bond. (I. F. & R.


'"MACKOTHION DUST NO.
not registered under the Fed-


united St
ng upon
districtt
i0-pound
und pap


ates Attorney for the
a report by the Secre-
Court, libels praying
paper bags, more or
er bags, more or less,


N DUST NO. 486," and 199 40-pound paper bags, more or less,
N DUST NO. 485," at Rochelle, Ill., alleging that the products
sons which had been transported interstate, on or about May
1949, and June 16, 1949, respectively, by McConnon & Co., from
violation of the. act.
that the products were not registered with the Secretary of


required by section 4 of the act. ,
17, 1949, I. F. & R. No. 33, No. 34, and No. 35 were consolidated by


hurt.
Co., of Winona,


Minn., claimed ownership of the


products,


release under bond for the purpose of bringing them into compli-
act, and consented to the entry of a condemnation decree. On
, a decree of condemnation was entered, and it was ordered that


the products be released to
l. J.ek of registration, m
Dust % Rotenone."
? Rotenone Dust '%
ffeiture, and destruction


the claimant under bond.


isbranding
U. S. v. 1
Rotetnone.
n. (I.F.,


__ L ------n-k--_ -


r, and adulteration of 'Asgrow Rotenome
91 5-pound bags, more or less, of "AsgrOW
" Default decree of condemnation, for'
& R. No. 98. I.D. No.21089.)


I


4j
4-!
H
'K


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&


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26-716


It was* a
culture as
It was a
containers
DUST *
(Includinj


NOTICE S


JUDGMENT


alleged that the product was not reg
required by section 4 of the act.
alleged that the product was misbran
of the product stated, in part: "Fi
* %4% Rotenone Active Ingredi
r %% Rotenone) Inert Ingredients .


Seed Growers,


Derris


BEETS and CARROTS Blist
pears, and repeat when necessary.
WATERMELONS: Squash I


New


istered with the Secretary of Agri-

ded in that the labels affixed to the
ve Pounds ASGROW ROTENONE
ents Resins of Cube 2.25%
97.75% Packed For Associated


York,


er Beetles: Du
CANTALOUP
3ug Begi


coipe through the ground. Repeat at about 10 d
season. An ideal liquid spray may be mad
diluting to form an aqueous suspension. Mix One
of water," which statements implied or represent


2.25 percent of cube resins,
ingredients, and that the p
leetles and squash bugs, w
liquid spray, whereas the pr
less than 0.75 percent of rc
dients, and when used as d
bugs, would not be a superior
It was alleged that the pi
fell below the professed sta
the labeling stated in p
RESINS OF CUBE .
GREDIENTS 97.75%
2.25 percent of cube resins,


0.75 percent of rotenoi
product when used as d


wouldd be
*oduct co
itenone,
directed,
r dust, a
oduct w
tndard o
art: "o
2.25% (


a superior
ntained le
and more
would not
nd would
as adulter
r quality
* *
Including


r tll
ss tl


-I.


N. Y. Directions *
st immediately the insect ap-
ES, SQUASH. CUCUMBERS,
n dusting when plants first
ay intervals for the growing
e with this superior dust by
Pound of Dust into 10 gallons
d that the product contained
ne, and 97.75 percent of inert
Directed would control blister
st, and would make an ideal
an 2.25 percent of cube resins.


than 9
control
not mal
ated in
as expi
ACTI'V


7.75 percent of inert
I blister beetles and s
ke an ideal liquid spra
i that its strength or
ressed on its labeling
"E INGREDIENTS.


ROTENONE


INERT


V
ingre-
quash
.y.
purity


since

IN-


* *" whereas the product contained less than
less than 0.75 percent of rotenone, and more than


97.75 percent of inert ingredients.
On August 23, 1950, no claimant having appeared, a
and forfeiture was entered, and it was ordered that
to the Federal Correctional Institution, Danbury, Conn


decree of condemnation
the product be released
., or any charitable insti-


tution within the State of Connecticut, for
tution if the product were of no use.


its use


to be destroyed by the insti-


Lack of registration of "Tiger
General Purpose Home Gard
1-pound bags, and 5 100-pound
and 440 1-pound bags, more or
Home Garden Dust." Consen


Branj Derisul" and "Tiger Brand A. P.
en Dust." U. S. v. 344 5-pound bags, 999
bags, more or less, of 'Tiger Brand Derisul"
less, of "Tiger Brand A. P. General Purpose
t decree of condemnation and release under


bond. (I. F. & R. No. 99. I.D. Nos. 21578
The products, "Tiger Brand Derisul" and "Ti:
Home Garden Dust," were not registered undle
tide, and Rodenticide Act.
On July 15, 1950, the United States Attorney
gia, acting upon a report by the Secretary of
States District Court a libel praying seizure fo
of 344 5-pound bags, 999 1-pound bags, and 5
S'"Tiger Brand Derisul"' and 440 1-pound bags,
A. P. General Purpose Home Garden Dust,"
the products were economic poisons, and that, o
of the 'products were transported interstate by 1
Birmingham, Ala., to the Pickett Seed Co., at
,May 29, 1950, the remainder of the products wE
,Notr-Ala Company, Inc., and the Pickett Seed (


and 21580.)
ger Brand A. P. General Purpose
r the Federal Insecticide, Fungi-


for the Middle Distri
Agriculture, filed in


r condemn
100-pound
more or


Americ
r about
Nor-Al
iericus,


ation and c
bags, more
less, of "T
us, Ga., al
January 9,
a Company
Ga., and o


[ct of Geor-
the United
ontiscation,
or less, of
iger Brand
leging that
1950, some
, Inc., from
in or about


transported interstate by the


from


Birmingham, Ala., and


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INSECTICIDE,


FUNGICIDE


AND


RO DENTICIDE


ACT


INDEX TO NOTICES OF


JUDGMENT 26-76


N. J. No.


A-C Deodorol:
American Aerosol, Inc ..
Associated Chemists, Inc.-
Ace Cattle Spray:
Harrison Oil Company --.
A-M-R Insecticide:
A-M-R Chemical Company, Ine-
ANT-X :
Robert H. Harkins--------.
Nott Manufacturing Company-
Asgrow Rotenone Dust %'% Rotenone :
Derris. Inc----------------
Blair Dust Bomb DDT 5%:


Blair


r


Blair Industrial Laboratories,
Inc--.------------------.-
)ust Bomb Rotenone 0.75% :
Blair Industrial Laboratories,


Inc--
ri-Test Jiffy
,Bri-Tesi
Carbola Chemni
Louse Killer
SCarbola


- -
Mis
t, I
[ceal
*


;t Aero


- Sol:-----


nc--------- ----
Company Flea and


Chemical


Company,


Ine C ----------------------
Carbola Chemical Company Louse
Killer for Cattle Poultry
Carbola Chemical Company,


Inc -
Oarbola, The
Paint:
Carbola


Disinfecting White


Chemical


Company,


Ince------------------
Carbola The Disinfecting White Paint
Does Not Contain DDT:
Carbola Chemical Company,
Inc---------------------
Carbola The Disinfecting White Paint,
Special:
Carbola Chemical Company,
Ine------------............
CCC 50%o Wettable DDT Powder:
Carbola Chemical Company,
Inc-.-------------------


Celcure:
Celeure


Wood Preserving Cor-


portion -.------------
Df D. T. Dust No. 5.50 lbs. net:
Maine Potato Growers, Inc___
Merrimack Farmers' Exchange,
Inc -----------------------
Disilyn Brand of Quaternary Ammo-
nium Chloride Water Soluble Crys-
tals :


Lynwood Co., Inc------
Ted A. Melillo----- .....
first Antiseptic Rug and Upb
Shampoo and First for Floor
a1 ttie Liquid Detergenrt :
Platt & Smillie Chemica
4 Saf-TeGard Triethylene
Pads:
Win. Baroned Corporati
4iEcolaire Vapor Liquid :
SGlycolaire Purifier Corn
d M-Co-Sol:
.Tames Varlpv & Rons. In


- -
olstery
's A'nti-
ls, Inc.
Glycol
on---
pany--


IC


N. J. No.
Insecticide, Aerosol Stock No. 10-20-
21 :
SWest Shore Trading Company. 84
Insecticide, Aerosol Stock No. 10-20-
21 ,:


Kimbell's


West Shore Trading C


Kalex Bleach.


Roisman Products Co..
Kimbell-Pecos Company


Mackothion Dust No. 487;
thion Dust No. 486; and
thion Dust No. 485:
McConnon & Co .


Miller's


Garden Soildusto:
Miller Products Co-- ...


O------


- -


Macko-
Macho-


- --


M. P. G. No. 42 Basic Copper Potato
Dust, 50 lbs. net:
Maine Potato Growers, Inc..


Merrimack


change,
O. Pine. O:
Aladdin, 1


Farmers' Ex-
Inc ..... ----


Inc- --


Para-Scent Prevents Moths Closet
Holder for Paradi :
Advance Products Company_
Peerless Rat and Mice Bombs:
Peerless Laboratories, lnc ..--


Peonitrato Liquid Coating:
Elroy Naval Stores Co.,
PinEniP:
Morris J. Schneider___
David Schneider ..
M. Schneider & Sons-.
Pinesol The Great Household
fectant and Deodorizer:
Jos. C. Shepard-----


Inc--



Disin-


.r:.
'H.
t
'A

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PLANTthion 4% Wettable Powder:
Plant Products Corporation.-
Plastic Roxide or Insecti-Sol:
Rox Ex Company, [he-- ..----
Rawleigh's Moth Crystals:
The W. T. Rawleigh Co-...---
Sanicide:
Sanitek Products Company -_
SaniDisc Chlorine Pink Rinse:
Crystal Chemical Co., Inc...---
Sayf Moth Proofing Liquid:
Hoggatt Chemical Company.--
Sayf Moth Proofing Liquid:
Hoggatt Chemical Company___
SMARTSHIELD****CLEAR :
Yates & Smart Paint Co...----...
Southern's Fog Mix 115:
Southern Chemicals, Inc-..---
Stanley's Bleach :
Rhode Island Sales Co------
Tiger Brand Derisul and Tiger Brand
A. P. General Purpose Home Gar-
den Dust :
Nor-Ala Company, Inc .. -.--
Pickett Seed Co------------


Trietbylene Glycol Air Purifice
n- 2-


ilion


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