" t1ea e:
rine, q40. (. & F No. 144&
HE ai ]gi ':ft'* I' ... =, =: ; 1!;* ^ *,, ,'* .
'the.I.ited Stat attorney for the Northern District
Wpo t tejpot by' fSbef rtar7 -f Agriculture; filed in
.. f..i the United States for said district an information against
,=.. Ya,,alleging Shlpment by said defendant, in viola-
|< aft of 1910, on or'about July 9, 1926, from the State of
?B.'State of Massachusetts, of a quantity 'of A. J. P. Blue
l :Wh&t was-- an adiulterated 'and misbranded insecticide
... t.e I.formation that the article was adulterated in that
it". "EotIne, not less than .5% Paradichlorol-
lifV iiton e on the label affied to the packages con-
*6... rue r$ that its standard and quality were such
"per ut e f .irtot1ie, 5 per cent of paradichlorobenzol, and
.s.UI .... WShe strength and puity of the article Iell
...... .. ad. m. q ty under which it was sold, in that it
4 t.,reient of nicotine, less than 5 per cent of paradiehloro-
* .... *teat cit naphthalene.
.'o",tthe .reason that the above-quoted statements,
..t& ....tIMad misleading, and by reason of the said
^.1,;4-gS Veled and branded so as to deceive and mislead
..,t e.t represented that the said article contained not
1....etise,montained not less than 5 per cent of paradi-
.... tu$'td. l.ss than 10 per cent of naphthalene, whereas
js.b..f 0.5 per cent of nicotine, less fhan 5 per cent of
.. .... ^ 10 per cent of naphthalene.
-I......i:ifoe further reason that the statement, to wit,
aI^ "i ft.," borte on the label, represented that the
M. .uaf. .A -the artelo, whereas the contents of each of
ae not eoreetuy stated 91 the outside thereof, in that the
?atJaaJus, an 16 oues of the article.
.v& aei tow the further reason that the article consisted
.... .* ....-etat th art
in.bta:twz wit, satanres, other taan sabadilla seeds,
......o r#o.tu na thM and paradkehlorobenzol, that
...M.- pree t., repel, or mitigate Insets,
.. .fil...... .iA of oai .f,. d*I .I:nn nf 4- tia Innwe*_ttvtt
Lace MIS anaU worsrga .. uw. or any weutry 1oumoe @,w .w -s
will save much money with the regular use of '61. Bogs. t4M ...
are a losing proposition. Sponge them r"gular"y with 1.' n.
disappear. Regular attention with ':.. will ..:.keep .the hog .h
Stables mean healthy horses. Spray '861', in the air, on..ei
the stalls. Chickens, *; Regui~r ttptionu witf1.r91'
deodorized. .Prevents the disease and "nakes, healthy .." .
Add '61' to water with seap powder. Scrub with Bent a..n.t
Aftr scrubbing, add '61' .to water in the bowl, and ,let. .e.
odor will purify the air. *. Hotels. ..* :* l'.i.. hS '
in cuspidors to prevent spreading dipme," borne in .the eni21#.
-the article, were false and misleading, and by reason .of thP saH..fi Wt
the article was labeled so as to deceive and mislead. the. pr.flr, ."i
represented that the. said article,, when used as directed a :%...i. *
remedy against .moths .in carpets, andtagainst. he s I.aNS :
factories, silk mills, lace mills, and worsted mills,t. 'woabld.tt .a
against all vermin that infest hogs and would keep ho gi~0altV,
horses healthy and would .prevent diseases in horem, .wpul ,q i
house deordorized and would preyent di.sease.and _naq.hesg*.bjt
purify the air and would prevent the& s5eaing;f.W.f:....W
article, when used as directed,..wotld .ot be effective. for ..thp. i
On May 9, 1928, the defendant et.ered a plea of. guty. t..e ,.I
and the court imposed a n fn a tf .25. ..* ,. :. N H *..--* .... :-: ...j
I W.: DuuTnAP,. Anig" .S etgry
S1 ** f S C*'v' < f -h A, !".:.**l: a T ^ = e:
11i8. MJbranaIig of Oxy.e~m U. S. y, S. ri.. ". Hj. .,
Default order of .e4tn.ettem et. ..,..,..(.1...:1.
On October 25, 1927, the United Stats ..attorz.y -. '"the... .S..a
uf California. acting unon. a report 'ThA Secretary ofAcnbia
I.'thpy repted that -t article iaMdIinfetant, wotild
6:. .t t e spreading ot infection* diseeees tAeh as infl-
IMtfenter, diphtheria, et.,. and whe4t64< in. private houses,
Sthatree, 'bte., 'would prevent motels, mboth .arftae; ants, and
1t4a% might be included under the abbreviation "ete," whereas
was.'tot a disiatetant and would not be effective for the.
.ifll i? i .
X97* 'no claimant having appeared for the property, judg-
eonI-Was entered, finding the product misbranded and ordering
WtoiK by the. United States marshal.
47' 4 ^V r
W. DU N Mi=, Acting 8eoretary of
Ag ri Lture.
..l- '~a *~ad.- miasbranding of Potash Fish Oil Soap 3o. 4. U. S. v.
-. .. amsisas Chemiteal Co., IEaon. Plea of guilty, Fine, 910O
L. .&d-I.. d.1h'I .. Dem. No. 20879.) :., .. .
llIK.2, 1928, the United States attorney for the Eastern District of Penn-.
'"111 .upon a report .by the Secretary of Agriculture, filed i the
i.. ..t o ..~~Ie United S.tates for said district an information against the
i ap & Chemical Co.. Inc., a corporation, trading at Philadelphia, Pa.,
Bg .t the said company had sold, on or about March 7, 1927, under a
jply hat the article should meet the requirements of the insecticide act
.M .thet:os-:t .ones Chemical Co., Brooklyn, N. Y., a quantity ,of
SAi t Oil Soap" No. 4 which was an adulterated and misbranded insecti-
:thin tthe meaning of said act, and that on or about March 9,' 1927, a
6. th.esaid article, in the identical condition as when received by .the
0S eiw, weas shipped by the said Enos F. Jones Chemical Co., from Brooklyn,
t'tawtie. State of Georgia, in further violation of said act. .
I Wa.s algetd in the infon ation that the article was adulterated in that the
a i te, to wit, "Potash F 0 S (Picture) Fish Oil Soap No. 4 Fish Oil Seaps.
wt' tue the trade name of F 0 S are all made from specially selected Fish
IS.% A* .1 0 S No. 4 is a potash fish oil soap," borne on the label affixed
k'tdetf rthe cans containing the- said article, represented that the standard
w quality Of the arlilele were such that it was made from fish oil, whereas
4t#Sth and purity of the article fell below the professed standard and
muter which it was sold, in that it was not made from fish oil, but
a eifly" from fatty material Other than fish oil. Adulteration was
b the further reason that the statements, "Potash F O S. (Picture)
I Sp -No. 4," borne on the label, represented that the article 'was made
r Whereas another substance;' to wit, fatty material 'other than
..,. Been substituted in part for flih oil.
nk*1 fwas alleged for the reason that the statements, to' wit, "Potash
(lettre) Fish Oil Soap No. 4," borne on the label, were false and mis.
fad by reason of the said statements the article was labeled and
~ g as to deceive 'and-mislead the purchaser, in that they represented
t .atiele was made from fish oil, whereas it was not made from fish oil,
e'hierly from: fatty material other than fish oil. ...
urtWi28, a plea of guilty to the informationn was entered oB behalf of
*Ktea.ompany, and the court imposed a fine of $100.
. "K. a I
8. ii : "..
with top eage rounaea,; norne on eacu~ ci tne laneis amxea to tD.l
taminng tbhp pad'articdeiz Uip tlg gtgupa tpw i, Lee 4 iice. ..
free from -Lice,". ,qaed4 n.joppgetLpn. witi;az pwtfire qf4 dea .
said label, were false and ."4'eading,. .. P .TeSau of the 1. .it.
the.article was labeled and.,branded so as, to deceive and mhisleak the p
in 'that they represented that the articA, .when used on roosts and d.
hoa trds .as. directe.. ..w a.i #stv. ,reai.. &g .s.. c .4n, s.1 ..9 .tJ.l.
used ls directed, it was as defective remedy against body.itee an 1*o
would free chickens from lice, whereas ile said article, when use' an i
wohUt not be effective forth 'said purposes. .rp..a:'. .. ..
On December 19, 1827, no claimnant having appeared for the proprty,-
ment of condemnation tnid forfeiture was entered, hand it was:.ormaeG I
o t" =stoyd h U .=..
court that the product ..be destodby the United &tates,.marshal,,:.
t' W. DuNLAP, Actng Secretwry of AV,*u*
I .." I
1131. MIlblnmaning of Ies 'lice killer. U. 3. v. eomen Muart 'Cm.s
of Lee's. Lice Killer. .Default decree of cnpdemnaaat*iQt E0
SaAd 4etruetlon. (L & E. No. 1452. Wo. 178.) :. .-
SOn August 19, 1927, the Utnited States
Missouri,. acting upon a report by the S
District Court of the United. States for
and condemnation of 3 dozen quart cans,
gallon cans of Lee's lice killer. It was
had been shipped by the GeQ Lee Co.,
attorney for the Elastern.
of Agriculture,. 044 Js,1
trict a libel prayijng.iB|
half-gallon cans ad .. S. iW
in ,the libel that the .art
Nebr., in two eo.Ds .
on or about January 24,.1927, and March 17, 1927, respectively, from the
of Nebraska into the State of Missouri, and that. having been so transit
it remained unsold, in the original unbroken packages at .St. Louis, Mo,
that it was a misbranded insecticide within the meaning of ..the inse$ticid
of 1910. ., ,.. -
It was alleged in the libel that the article was misbran4ed in that the
ments, to wit,
forms of feath
See other part
Lee's Lice Kil
roost at .night,
"Lee's Lice Killer is intended principally 'for use abtJ
for chickens, keeping rid. of mites *'. also .,the,fl.
er lice and body lice that -habitually remain upOn the' ebib
of this label for directions;
ler liberally to. the roots
to get a wide evaporating
necessary to arrange a 12 or 14 inch board
the roost. Apply Lee's Lice Killer, to both
time, then once a month regularly. The
" For Body Li ce Oft 3'owI-A
a. half -hour before .'.chicken:
surface, for. killing body *6t.,
directly; under: and close: up ap
boards and roost daily for. L.,
roost itself, should be a 2x3 ..
2x4 with top edge rounded/" borne on the. labels. affixeda to each of thel
cans, aid, the statement, "'Iee's Lice Killer., We.are free from lice,". us
connection with a picture. of chickens,
21 a -* a_ -^ A_ -* -. a a_ ^ a_ a .*
borne on the said labels, were. fai#
L!. *.* tee. or..g isrc.auiQzg~i uage
1r.t. orporion. a cer ati
~Iawaw.i .yi1Jation of tain
0 theState of Missouri, on
"&o Abbu1 Marcfi 3, 1926, i
), 4$20, igto tjie State of Iowa,
birh .fnas .adulterated and the
.spticid ,act,. iptrn arious
abo. ,id 10 [ r var
or about une 10, 1925, into the
nuto the State of Florida, and on
of.,.quanltities ..of .rIsvur lotion,
remainder bf whih was m.is-
., t; I 1.
'.... '# l'.thi information that the portions. of the article shipped on
BI tI=2*it2tu4 July 20, 1926, into the States of Florida and Iowa,
aa4. tersted in that the statement, Inert Ingredient, Water
t-flEM. .tbels- ot the bottles. and cartons. containing the -said
t that:ts standard and'quality were such that it contained an
%., a.. t wit ,wAter,.ih a proportion of not more than 34 per. cent,
:0 s"tht lA|nd purity of the article fell- below -the:professed standard
.. :I.,nder which it was sold, in that it contained water inia. proportion
B.I.thtanu 84 per: cent. ., : .: .
L ... ...ai.g Was-.alleged.. with.respect to the portion of the article shipped
c,*t JImaI 10, 1925,;initKansas, for the, easoa that the statement "2
.'.i nme the label :affixed to the bottles containing the article, represented
*. ..:of:.said bottles contained' 2 fltid ounces of the article, whereas the
f each :of the. said. bottles. were not correctly stated on the outside
!Iiiii... paetgesin that they. contained less than .2 fluid ounces =of the said
..... tber -25, 1927, a plea of nolo contenders to the information was entered
|g',"*af of..,the defendant company, and the court imposed a fine of $150.
i! -:, i ;.. '" ,, B."'W. DUwLAP, Acting Seoretwary of Agrfoltre."
.'. : : .. ." .
= ,aw xteaton- : : Cirtnatran& of C-rytol eolable dl-in letant.
I:It -ii ChmalS dfe Chexnical C Inc. Plearcf ilt.ty. fline,
,0Htepecmber* 2, ,1927,the tnited States attorney for, the Eastern District
41.a a acting upon a report by tha Secretary of Agriculture, fied
ii :'1.1 (<= pt ..i~~ana n.'aL 4 :.onr"a.;n
|..,ridt Court of thi Tiijited States for said district an information
.. lrt Soap & Oeical Co., Inc.,., a corporation, trading at. Phila-
In; :jB. alleging shipment ify said company, in violation of the insecticide
LU. H 1 Cr4eta MaiS4 12 the*-r,. 'w
S. W. on or about M tfrom te State ro th e .of Pennsylvania
th e rnnue and on or about April 15,. 1927, from. the
: ":... P:nnu.vania into the, State of New Jersey, of: a number of cap
=.ycontaIn.ing a product labeled. p t Crystol Soluble Disinfectant,".which
*.i. 2 .... ..t- outh th "meaning of said act, and a portion' n of ihich waon
.:. .i..ndthe remainder of. which was adulterated and misbranded.
I'. Lw =.iuefa in. the infortnatlou that the portion of the article contained
M *x >''* :~t7 T .v .. P .9 .
.: c .4$na was adulterated in that the statement, to wit, Inert Matter,
I:,I 1 :~O'.borne on the label affixed to one of. the said cans, and. tote
l||:.i. wdw enclosing the other can, represented .that. the standard aad
Mxasflicle were .such that it contained inert matter, to wit, water, -in
than 10 per cent, whereas the strength and purity
i .V.. bIIelow" the professed standard and quality under which it
"IW R ,&... tdha t.I contained. inert matter,, water, in a proportion much
l^ixx ,<*3'- a:: ^'l'n ",^^'* .*' '"in th h ih*f te'ri l o t i e
that the statements, to wit, "A' alysis-Active Ingredients, 2:9-l^pe
phur Lime Calcium Polysulphide, Calcium Thionsultate, Int..
71 per cent,"'-borne on' the label affixed to each of the bottles -.
kid. article, .were false sand misleading in that the'said istatea .
sented that the article contained active ingredients, that is tor say,
that do prevent, destroy, :repel, or mitigate insects; in the preoetic..
less than 29 per cent, and contained inert ingredients, that is to say, n
that no not prevent, destroy, repel or mitigate insects, in the proiodZ4
more than 71 per dent, whereas it contained less than 29 per h~tSiil
ingredient and contained more than pe.r .cen of inert ingredients:.:".
Misbranding was alleged for the fitrther reason that the statemeis, to
"Star Parasuite .Remover A Poultry .emedy ,* 9- And Pareaitepe,
* l* **f"ireclioas, FJor ?gwtL fowls add I d4rtops to wte galloJ.d .4
water or milk; 10' drops for baby chicks given in mnash feed, give.e
for each 100 fowls. Give each day for 5 days, then wait 10 days atlid
after three treatments of 5 days each-to keep .fowls free fnIB
worms and parasites and all blood-sucking lice, mfites, fleas and bliie )4%ev'
in feed or water once each week. Our Guarantee Star PIraw
mover is guaranteed to rid poultry of all intestinal worms and prapth ib
blood sucking lice, of mites, fleas and blue bugs, if above directions Cre f
or we will refund the purchase price," Star Parasite Remover .A ..
Remedy A Tonic Worm Rxpeller and Pairasite Remover .
a good tonic, blood purifier, health builder and disease preventatvq.... EU"
With Mange A Disease preventative," borne on the iabel ., li
bottles, and the statements, to 'wit, "Star Parasite "'Remoere : A- *W
poultry remedy A good tonic-a blood pUrifier, health baU14t-
producer and disease preventative. im Siple nd.Iasyo 'Veb
15 drops to one gallon of fowls drinking water or mix 15 drops.in ..moSQ
every 25 fowls. Give 5 days. Then wait 10. days- Then give t.id .
Then wait 10 days and give 5 more days. After these' B tfeartte el
each 'week and you will have fowls free from bloOd-suelirfixg lee ieite t
blue bugs. Also free of all intestinal wolrms, intestinal parasites, ete.'S
Guaranteed or Money Refunded. After usine Star Parasite mover-d
ca|enag uce, q7es, neas ana Dine-DugB tna invest or a~tacx
lj...s-al paasites ;ef chickens and turkeys and all insects and all
.. tat infest poultry, w*uld prevent the infestation with and
Ji. teat tracts of fowlp front worms and all other parasites
fftive. for all. conditions indicated by the abbreviation 'etc',
l:k.j.'eep poultry and turkeys hardier and healthier and would
,... ..ore gs, would act as an influence in producing good
i. M:.aking strong .hicks, in maintaining the health of poultry and
Sthe appearance of disease. would be effective as a tonic and
e nid a health ,builder fr poultry,, would be effective as an
..n ..the prevention of all diseases and against all types and
... w rms and other parasites that infest poultry, would prevent
S. Zg, chicks, would increase egg production, would keep chickens
3 fron destructive insects, and would be a remedy, preventative
t the di.eIaA s of poultry, whereas the said article, when used
~ ad not be effective for the above purposes.
@ .w. asm alleged.for the further reason that the article consisted
"of .rt substances or ingredients, that is to say, substances that
.. en, destroy, repel, or mitigate insects when used as directed, and
#b 10a.. percentage amount of teach and every such inert substance or
.i4 t..0" p et" in. the. tile were not stated plainly and correctly on
S e9t..4to each of the bottles containing the said article.
i9".r .9f8,. the defendant entered a plea of guilty to the informa-
l the t imposed a fie. of $25.
:* '.. .. a WR. DUNLAP, Acting Secretary of Agriculture.
1 4... h..
n-:.tad flsaGresor'u ant food. U. S. v. James
: O Plea of *t2o contadere. fline, 940. (I.
.. n 20786.)"
....,1927, the United States attorney for the Distric
Ecul.. to brt by the Secretary of Agriculture, filed in the
S.et W..ffl.t^ for said district an information against
& F. No. 1427.
t of Delaware,
Wlmington, Del., alleging shipment by said defendant, in violation
wetidde act of 1910, on or about May 25, 1925, from the State of
ptto the State of MSaryland, -of a quantity of MacGregor's ant food,
.* mlhbranded inseeteide within the meaning of said act.
0 *ed in the information that the article was misbranded in that
Siaxenic and the total amount of arsenic present, expressed as per
metallic arsenic, was not stated on the label affixed to the cans
. article. .Misbranding was alleged for the further reason that the
tuied arsenic in water-soltble form and the total amount of arsenic
..e form so present th eine, expressed as per centum of metallic
i:;",t slated on the said. label. Misbranding was alleged for the
.at th: statement,,to' wit, "MacGregor's Ant Food an Amazing
insecticiCe Within Tne meaning I sai' % .. i .. "m :
It'was alleged in the information tha|t .rticle was aduit al a
statements, to wit, Sodium Fliturie-- 1 In 'In h tlred 6
borne on the label affixed to' each iE. the s ntnig cn s te
sented that its standard and iuaity w er ch t it contned. so..igt.t
in a proportion of not' less .t hn.i79 pd .t/t,' d- contained ne'tt A
that is to say, substances that do" totpre ,., destroy, repel, brj
in a propo tion of not more than 11 per: (nt, whereas the'stre.i
of the said-article fell belokt the profesd.j .andard and quhli
it was sold, in that it conMned sodium bridee in a propt 1z l
per cent and contained inert ingredients in a proportion greater'"tf
Misbranding was alleged for the reason that the statements, to ; ..it,.
Fluoride 79% Inert' Ingredients 11%," borne on the label, ...'
and misleading, and by reason of the said statements the article wsn'la
as to deceive and mislead the purchaser in that they representet:hJ
article contained sodium fluoride in a prOportion of not less than''tR
and contained inert ingredients in a proportion 'of not more tian lU...
whereas the said article contained sodium fluoride in a proportion' '-tui I
79 per cent, and contained inert ingredients in a proportion greater ti.I
) .. '' : .
per cent. ,..::
Misbranding was alleged for the further reaon that the article' "
partially of inert substances, to wit, substances other than sodium fuli
pyrethrum powder, that is to say, substances that do not pretent, ent. e.
repel, or mitigate insects, and the name and percentage 'amount of: A t>
every one of the said inert substances or ingredients so present id th .i ..i
were not stated plainly and correctly on the label affixed to each of .the. ft
containing the said article, nor, in lieu thereof, were the name and perceBU
amount of each and every substance or ingredient of the' article. h*Vbg..ipi .-*
ticidal properties, and the total percentage of the inert.substanceso ingrrw|t
ents so present therein stated plainly and correctly on .the said, label,;.. ..,,;
On December 28, 1927, a plea of guilty to the information was:e"ii"
behalf of the defendant company, and the court imposed a fineof;$: <25. ;,:
.. W. .DUNLAP, Acting Secretry of A.'ie.,"
1137. 1Wstbranding of Limman. U. S, v...Florenee Ei.tt a- eeti
States attorney for the.' Wetternu .Dis
.y the Secretary of Agriculture, Bfid
tes for said district an iidoritiofi
Elliott. copartners, trading &'the .' t
ng shipment by said defendants, ."i y
or about October 5, 1925,. fromt the S
, and on or about Mardi '1, 19268. fr
No. 1472. D
On March 31, 19!
Missouri. acting ur
Nos. 20497, 21505.
Plea.s of gauilty.. Fine,
) : .' >I
yS ~ '!-
of the in
Court of the United Sta
Elliott and GertrudeW.
Kansas City, Mo., allegi
secticide act of 1910, on
into the State of Texas
". f q a ti i" ....
State of Missouri into the State of Arizona, of quantities of Idimisa.n,..
.... h = S = '= *
.@@@L M( Mrch5, -19o5, resjitlfwr +h& thUnited S-tat'es
.1..ri it~a.ndK- Msas, a'redg upon regrts t : h Secretary' 'of'
tlt tbe1Mtriet Court6f -the Unite SAt&" for. uid" d strict
B agkint thea'i. A. Pomhlier Co., ini', g *eo ntiotn, Topeka,
'a dileif" y'.saild company, in vib1lao thi of'.tlie Ineettelde act
ioQUB dtiSigfinets, betwenri the datl of -May 17,. 192f, and
f,,or 'the State of Kansas into the States of Tennessee,
ouri and Arkansas, respectively, of quantities of Porn's Goldeta
P tw -s i' hfibraAd'i4 ihseeticide within the meaning of said act.
j^ in the informations that the article was misbranded in that
....tentr. wit, cartr, ond bottle). idsfI., wl. of Lice,
b-Bugs Stk.Tk-Tights, fleas and other blood-sucking insect pests
a'x Golden Wonder when given according to directions will give
IhtiAt dipp.Z.or.whieh it is intended, to-rid fowl of lice and mites,"
4 grtomi and bottles) "After using it for a few days the vermin
f .a.. and .crawl into ..the crads and crevices of nests and roosts,"
*..,.... Directions One-half. teaspoonful to each gallon of water,
iapneqr quicker: .thaja mites or ,blue-bugs Four or five
i 4p eil twice a month is sufficient to destroy these parasites and keep
,mw_, p manently. ::* *. : Give Pom's Golden Wonder to your flock.
Ih fe of lice *," (bottle) "Four or five days treatment Twice a
S.asuffleleLnt.to rid fowls of lice and miteai" (portion of cartons)
pz,lft4Qp Wonder *-. Given in. drinking water, milk or food,"
.|f ,,cmtonp) "Because most of the mite family live in the hen-house
jk .. P. w mo n.. the roost, so.it takes longer to clear them out," (portion
4 ..J) directions Qne-half teaspoonful to the gallon of water," borne
he Labels affixed to the cartons and bottles, as the case might be, contain-
r' .ai4. article, and thea statements, to wit, "Pom's Golden Wonder ridi
I,, trce aBan4 mites.- .*. P. om's Golden Wonder is a simple, harm
ri p .wadnd.will give the best of satisfaction for which it is intended..
^.tkei -.tqiwlv of lice and. mites. After giving Pom's Golden
i] atje9 r. fo r,. dys the lce'and mites leave the fowls and go to the
. to.anti. hen-houses, -*: Pom's Golden Wonder will rid the
.be. and mites,. without the handling of the fowls. But we
"...'s Golden Wender to rid the fowls of lice and mites *
Satching--Fewls leave the nest and often times die while setting
t.ra tge .attacks of lice and mites. Pom's Golden Wonder should
in mid winter. S *.: I used Pom's Golden Wonder with the best
:to ior baby chicks and for keeping fowls free of lice and mites.
1 a" nd.e r shqulId be given three or four days before spraying-the
pp 1 it r.us the. off the chickens. My chictekens were
big.' iks; I ,triedfor. 3 years to get rd 'of them. I used Pom's
L o r, twice. They immediately, left the fowls. as there
..I i.cks die from the ravage attack of lice and mites than from
S1 A : wh Pom's Golden .Wonder helps save baby chicks," borne in
.r jiaccompanying the said article, and the statements, to wit, "Given.
.... ..terr e ..frd; .*. We have been using your Golden Wonder
.o.. of wlfite leghorns and .found it alright as a lice.
| Moulting hens are ready prey for roup and other fall
ssW pn weakened by the attacks of lice and mites, they are more
fJqa .Wonder .should be given to: tone them up and free them of
-9 rf af at -~ A* *- S*- a -rS
3Wufdy ,against ehicken;t;- --aica -.., adn jg
would be an effettvp renedy against w p. $i e sWa4
rpemey. against lice and n4 toibaby ,.heah,
used as directed, .would not be Cve .ijt k. sid pxpq. i
On. April 1,, 1928 ,the oaseepg;ieme 0ox|ia beforer -4j
After the submission of .ev14/ncp and lpnents .by...e uqeaC,
and after due deliberation returned ver4et .of. guil.ty;..and ;,
fines totaling $325-. I.., '1*- ,+." -, ....i I* i,
i. -2 .N V_ hi P 1 ^ ~fdtH^^B
. .1 Misbranding -, Blue .it. nuec .... ..v .. ... .
William Makr ._ outh *t: .m.. HeMnu.- r.Coe ... .! ut
galty. FIne)$1 L8 (I 1N. N. 9.J Dom....No; 2.668. .oa-- ti'h.:-.C ,..
On or about May 4, 19O8, the UnitedS: States attorney tor fi,'I fl
Maryland, acting 'upon 'a report by the: Seretary of AgricutltuV rel. I*:g
District Court of the United States for said district an infornatibh hi
Doyre D. Marker and William 0'. Marker, trading as the Souti' t
Hennery Co., Middletown, Md:, s.fleging Whipment by said defeddafits, *riS
tion of the insecticide act of 1910, on or about June 25, 1926. ifS t d.
of Maryland into the State of Washingtonu of a quantity of Blue MIstikUf
cide, which was a misbranded insecticide tnd fungleideh* ithtn-h- I*Wat
sa id act. *. .:. .
It was alleged 'in the information that the article was mishrbti ded '4i'
the statement, Net We
of the cans containing th
contained 24 ounces of't]
were not correctly stated
tained less than 24 ounces
Misbranding was allegeg
wit, "Eliminates lice, mit
a week at -least
Saves work of
out of buildings
of regular size c
near the door; s1
an in an
regular size can is suflci
on the said can
all rubbish, little
or coops, close
Co.'s Blue Mist
Ounces," borne on th& labei ffiirM
article, represented that each of'Th'
le, whereas the content of 0edSh '
Label thereof; in' that'each ofr -tte1.
s id ia article. *' '* ..-'
;ed for the further reason that the stateaefti
te I'f lice are tery bad ftteet eetmitri
or three weeks. .-* and dilsibftet. .iiR
or whitewashing buildings* *. Put *1o
same as tight as possible. Apply -.ne-fol utLth oW.
old bucket or can, light with a itatch and'tbn
few minutes for best'results. Oxie-hlif 'bnilntt'k
ent for a building 10 feet by 50 teet;6lolsba'*
ntrol use once monthly. *. .'- a di...
three or four hours after treatmentt* i.*".
label, and the
r. and clean up
same tight as
match," borne on the circular
misleading, and by reason of
branded so as to deceive and
statements, to wit, "Lice,
Sin general. Then movee
poAifble and" give hear 't
putting sameH iri 61d buclket
accompanyxg the said a
the said statements the a
mislead the purchaser, in
rticle, teeh 41
rtidt* was laE
that the article, when used as directed, 'would be' in. effective residr. .i
chicken lice and mites, would be an effective yemedy agiitt Tee, ...
as an effective disinfectant, and would be an effective remedy .aga ipt'..
mites, whereas the said article, when used as directed, would not be n
remedy for the said purposes. .-.. ....
Misbranding was alleged for the further reason that the article etl.
nartiallv of inert sunbshtnce' or inreudiiAtts. 'to wit. nhatbantnoe l oinh.1
~* .p. .
:< :. : .E :* : ." E '
.... ... ..
*i H-. iw 1 if. *u4. .
,* ,, ,
,,, 4 **,,, ,, '.
~.~ .t.a1.i :amt mlebrandiug,: of NIaar. Cepq.Dut. U. vO
*i oT0a?0 .C. lea^ of aeri conttenGene, Fine, 960. (I. & B,
l 1, 1.i.,he United States attorney for the Northern District
...1 j.upon a report by the Secretary of Agrieulture filed in
.'0 the United States for said district ah information against
.jrer .Co., a corporation, trading at San Francisco, Calif., alleg-
said company, in violation of the insecticide act of 1910, on
r 195, from the State of California into the State of Oregon,
N laigara Copo Dust, which was an adulterated and misbranded
S.1the meaning of said act.
J" in the. libel that the article was adulterated in that the
r (mohydtald Coper Sulfate not less than 14.0%
ft:-:(as metallic) not less than 5.0% (Equivalent in
.te Crystals 19.7%)," borne on. the label affixed to the cans con
aii article, represented that its standard and quality were such
h sea d wppwhy4rated, copper sulphate, in the proportion of not less
'*ent, contained copper, expressed as metallic copper, in the pro-
Bf Ht less than 5 per cent, and contained the equivalent of 19.7 per cent
:: uphate crystals, whereas the strength and puriLy of the article
4et~ittofessdd standard and quality under which it was sold, in
6 ned less than 14 per cent of ironohydrated copper sulphate, con-
e:* eMpresged as metallic copper, in a proportion less than 5 per
i&utMi~ned less than the equivalent of 19.7 per cent of copper sulphate
a 'I h ."P ,;: ..
: .. *..
.h. i .. *,.
.. : : :
- L ar ......
ia i ing'*was alleged for the reason that the above-quoted stat
WtWiWWlidye, were false and misleading, and by reason of ih
s tlat the article was labeled and branded so as to decei
E' .rch&sr,'in that they represented that the said article co
d'tppi hate in the proportion of not less than 14 p
td copper, eXplre0ed as metallic copper, in the proportion of
S "pit,.. i el...e6htained the equivalent of 19.7 per cent of
.'w"whereast h'e'.kid article contained less than 14 per,
St4pper snil'piatA, contained copper, expressed as metallic
tf Te!S thiran. 5 tier ebtt and contained less than the equ
[ 'er ffto o^ .OM Aittphhte;,
jn alleged 'fotr the further reason that the article co
S'at inettt sub tanntces or ingredients, to wit, substances othe
.and monohydrated copper sulphate, that is to say, substances 1
yent, destroy, repel, or mitigate fungi, and the name and perc
eadh of the inett substances so present in the article w(
..ly ai correctly opn the label affixed to the cans contain
lae;..hre, iO lieu thereof, were the name and percentage amo
q vrer. i Sbutance or ingredient of the article having fungicida
a.q the .total percentage of the inert substances or ingredie
Vt'rezn stated plainly and correctly on the said label.
r.,a,, h. 8, a plea of ni1p contender was entered to the infor
.at 0the defendant company, and the court imposed a fine of
,. .. iR. W. DUNLAP, Acting Secretary of Agricul
of. Careo vegetable
of u nilty. Fine, $50.
spray. U. S. v.
(I. & JC. No. 1475
Carco Spray Co.,
. Dom. Nos. 21471.
'%,1,1928, the United States attorney for the
. acting upo1 a report by the Secretary of Ag
4n4J a d 4lk.. fl14nfl^ 0d-nAnr. FPw. fusijA A4..if^4 n -
Western District of
riculture, filed in the
** ., Ga nft n +4r-^- n. a f 80* d
o u oaeizenaant .company, nad, tie' cou silnpo a nie wa'n .p. i..
*1I ia.b| lt*: i 2: .K I i *' U ;1 '. ,' K't T_ '.. n
.< '^J^ ,., t;I d S l+I l ~ .,PT+, ki m S l. l. +d :T, r- '* f l.""' m k, **,m -' : 5, sSIw" : ii ,* l if
1142.tMlubrandfln u'k Lee* pH ille. U 1 sPttt^
U* Lee's isce KIllier-2 DNfe lti. tentee.-ineew ea2o%.'
S*de tra ctlon. ,(IA P~iEA ^ J54. N ..81h,),. .a qis
On September 7, 19027, the Uited Statesattorney f9rtet J r ''f 43.tt
acting upon a report by the 8eeretary .ofLAgricultnre .fled 4.the ^jtim.
of =the United States.for said sistrict.a libel pray pg spum : eia
of 17"quart cans and 21bJLfgaflona cansho$ Lee's;liee kiju..; .It.l
thelibel that the article b ai ben.shippedre0oor abqt14.Jyly*g, ,1
H. Lee Co., Omaha, Nebr., from the State of Nebraska into the Sta
radoarnd that havinsteenis3 toanspodted it rema ineiedpns$p.
iwbroken packages sat. Denver, Col.,, and that it was.i a- pinb^,.
within the..meaning of the..imsecticide aft.. 0f. 19O.... ,. .. u '.
* Ic was alleged in the libel. that the article was mipbrande4 tj ,
mIents, to ,wit, (can, lasbel) "Lee'sLiceKiller isintede& .,pr04.rie p
about the. poultry iouse, for chickens, keeping rid of ite ., ..S iS. .
various forms, of feather .iee .and body Iee that habitually remain,
chickens. See other part. oft.this label, for :directions," J"S.Q F0r,
Fows-pAply Ifep's Lice ,pller1:be4*aJly to ,the, C.)ostf.:.u
chickens, go ,to roost at njght, .to.get a wide evaporate g urface tar ,,.
lice it is necessary to arrange a 12 or 14 inch ,bogrd ..ireet ..fter.
up agaizt the roost. .Apply Leea's Lice Killer tp. tli.. boar ,an .
for a short time,.then onee. a. month, regularly The roost. Iftelf, e"t0i
2 .x. 3. or a 2. x 4 .wit top edge round ed," (bqoklet) e li e, .'
lem is. handled by once a month use of Leeks,&ce ,Kilier,; br..t hi.
lice ,* ..* .but' isn't it a wonder rful ti Kg Ito. Lave avpre on""
painted on the* roosts and dropping boards, wfll pot ony destroyy tieM
elected there in. the cracks and.-e'vices, but.tlie fuis 5 ing,6Ut .pof:
will also kill the body lice on the hens.w nea tey., gq to. rost, thus sai
labor of powdering each intividqal bird or otlehisseq' Tdiilafly
lice? Lee's Lice KJiler does. tEbalveri'tuitigaid ag ..e
for the last thirty ,year. ,It 1is the greater labot. sAi4fgn tiniV@.4j
to oultryni en.. Simp y painter spray bet-ally the qit:at& d' roai
once month with this product, f(il strength,' knd yfai'tP 'r.i.s'
* "We have sold your Lic, Killeitea youth local agent since Jwnei "
Duiag that time I do not remember having one single complaint ThqB"
t'io have uipd it fqr years tell e that. ty;smir
keep their poultry and poultry houses absolutely free -; l
In my thirty years .of, experience in thp r9tal drug bu i" es. d.ndt ,n
ahything-that.:. giyes any. better general atisctio.n ,.,'.t..e_,
.II_,_ .& T...... r ... rE .a ri."'."P& 1.. w a I ab 4. a wfrr' _tL *'" .".* A
*: the eans wontaining the said article, and tit the accompanying
.with the statement, to E6, '.Lee's Lice Killer. We are free
B -, in connection with a pie ft of chickens on the can label, were
.Ing;. and by reason of the said statements the article was
.ded so as to deceive and1 mislead the purchaser, in that they
:the article, when used on.. roosts and dropping boards as di-
.:n effective remedy against chicken lice, and when used as di-
...g.Btive remedy against body lice on fowls, would free chickens
,nould be an effective remedy against lice on poultry, against
8,a, against chicken lice, and against all other vermin that
:poultry, whereas the said article would not be effective for the
..928, no claimant having appeared for the property, judgment of
'I nd forfeiture was entered, and it was ordered by the court that
b.e: destroyed by the United States marshal.
'*" R. W. DUNLAP, A.eting Secretary of Agrictulture.
* H..a. '
SMARIng of Ed$ol insect exterminator. U. S. v. Edward B.
Ask-wan.n -and Jonas 15. Sohrad.er (J. E. rP. Pha.rmacal Co.). Pleas
til y. Mines $100. (I & P
No 1470 Dom No 21992)
=~ **-- -.
b""uary 21, 1928, the United States
HIvania, acting upon a report by t
.ricrt Court of'the United States
Edward B. Workman and Jonas M.
6 T. ?harmacal Co., Allentown, Pa.,
Svolation of the insecticide act of
im the State of Pennsylvania into
attorney for the Eastern District
he Secretary of Agriculture, filed
for said district an information
Be, Schrader, copartners, trading as
alleging shipment by said defend-
1910, on or about November 21,
the State of Massachusetts, of a
.tof Edjol insect exterminator, which was a misbranded ii
the meaning of said act.
*i.Ws alleged in the information that the article was misbranded in
zments, to wit, "Edjol Insect Exterminator, For the destruction
r .of insects, bedbugs, flies, mosquitoes, Fleas, Ants, roaches and wa
.. ** *Exterlninates all kinds of destructive insect life. For flea
M.Beats, use 1 teaspoonful in quart of water web mixed and apply w
it," "Use in usual way. .Dust well into cracks and crevices. Repe
%n with fresh powder every few days until insects are entirely exter
Wue on the label, affixed to the cans containing the
k .misleading, and by reason of the said statements
.'..randed so as to deceive and mislead the purcha
...tllthat the article, when used as directed, would
".t, .and would exterminate, bedbugs, flies, mosquit
d.n rter bugs, would be an effective remedy against
.etH lse, and would be an effective remedy against, I
.. insects, whereas the said article, when used as
.... fot.the said purposes.
i: i'ai g was alleged, for the further reas
^l ^r." f .inert substances or .ingredients, to
*S 4,- tbat is to say, substances that do no
-. .sects, and the name and percentage
lAS.... .'k nces "so present in the article were nol
-l,.b.afixed to the cans containing the
ag^e...e .and percentage amount of each a
t|":"*p. said article having insecticidal pr
-.f the inert substances or ingredients so j
.afbo.e.. c ..o the said label. ..
s on dog
article was labeled
in that they repre-
an effective remedy
fleas, ants, roaches,
kinds of destructive
on that the arti
It prevent, destr
amount of each
t stated plainly .
article, nor, in
nd every substa
, repel, or
f the said
operties, and the total per-
present therein stated plainly
Of the said statements the a.tle wqb 1e1l andTtbrTw. so a .,..-.: .
.and mislead the purchaser, m' that t..t. represented .'fli,the 'ar.t$i
used as directed, would be an effective'audy against lice, astes, a..i
parasites that infest or attack poultry Mhereas, in..factf aM in tr..t ..
not. Misbranding was alleged for thbe'"frther reason that the s
wit, "Active ingredients, 30% ;. Sugar,' ulphifr, calcium, pol7Sulibidd%
thiosulphate. Inert ingredients 70% water," borne on the said: abel.w..
and misleading, and by reason of the. lid Statements the" article-.a
and branded so as to deceive and mis.lad the .purchaser, in that they
sented that the said article contained sulphur, and contained active i
namely, substances that prevent, destroy, repel, or mitigate tinsets.w t
as directed on the label, in the proportion of 30 per cent, wbheaptbL
article contained no sulphur, as such,"a.il did not contain active Ing*'iC|
the proportion of 30 per cent, but did consist completely of inert i:
or substances when used in the manner directed on the said label. ..,..
Misbranding was alleged for the further reason that the article .
completely of inert substances or ingredients, that is to say, stbstaf.t .
do not prevent, destroy, repel, or mitigate insects when used as .*
the said label, and the name and percentage amount of each and ev l,
substance or ingredient so: present in the article were not stated plai*
correctly, together with a statement that they are inert, on the label at.
each of the bottles containing the said article. '.."
.. .. .. .. .... ;-, ...,
On February 21, 1927, the defendant entered a plea of guilty
tion, and the court imposed a fine of $50.
R. W. DUNLAP, Acting Secretary of Aj
Vt!. S ta 2!
1145. Misbrandlng of Amvetla Ifmne and ulphur dlip. IT. S. v. .At": .
Veterinary Laboratories Ino. Plea of guilty. Pine, 20. -
No. 1440. Dom. No. 22127.) : :i
On January 27, 1928, the United States attorney for the Western DI|
of Missouri, acting upon a report by the Secretary of Agticulture, fliedUi
District Court of the United States' for said district an information-
the American Veterinary Laboratories, Inc., a corporation, Kansas Cit i
alleging shipment by said company, in violation of the insecticide avt
on or about October 19, 1926, from the State of Missouri into -:the-.. *
Kansas, of a quantity of Amvetla lime and sulphur dip, which. wgj..
branded insecticide and fungicide within the meaning .of said act,;: ~~W"
It was alleged in the information that the article was misbh andd~.
the statements, to wit, "Permitted for official dipping of cattle aid .:
scabies in dilution of one gallon to fifteen gallons of water fort yeattet .
gallon to twenty and one-half gallons of water for sheep," borne on. .
affixed to the bottles containing the said article, were false ad :...
and by reason of the said statements the article was labeled and. b...
as to decieve and mislead the purchaser, in that they represented -. .
said article was then permitted
scabies, whereas it was not then
sheep for scabies.
BS'1ohro n 114 w rn arn a nil1nfnA nf..
cattle and s
dipping of c
i .4 V
*hn *iir+ha.. macnfl +hn+ lila o~.4-4aia.E
on., n ., ., aegng
company, in violation of the insecticide act of 191D on or about
*, fu the t.tate of New York into the State of Maryland, of a
..iziation Dut," which was an adultetted and misbranded in-
tickleide within the meaning of said act.
.* inthe.: information that the article was adulterated in that
I.wit, "INicotine Sulphate, not less than 2.5%," borne on the
tca ena detainin the said:article, represented that its standard
e such that it contained sot less than 2.5 per cent of nicotine
... the strength and purity of the article fell below the professed
.ty under which it was Bold, in that it contained less than 2.5
tine sulpbate. 1 '
S'w. n 'a1lbge0 for the reason that the statement, td wit, "Nicotine
*ws.. .than 2.5%," borne QWr the label, was false and misleading.
f =the. said statement the article was labeled and branded so as
b 'misleJad' the ptrrchaser, ti that it represented that the said
kt,---d noit less than 2.5 per cent of nicotine sulphate, whereas it
N .Hthan 2.5 per cent of nicotine sulphate.
j. 1, 12.7, a plea of nolo. cont4ndere to the information was entered
I. the dAefendant company, and the court imposed a fine of $25 and
R. W. DUNLAP, Acting Secretwry of
|t.t ratio. and miasbranding of Rico-Dust No. 5, Nico-Dust No. 115,
6&t-HEiIRhiir Dust No. 6. "U. S. v. Walnut Growers Spray Mfg.
'-lea of guilty. Wine, $800. (I. & P'. No. 1441. Dom. Nos. 20416,
a91 1927, the United States attorney for the Southern District
| acting upon a report b rtlie Secretary of Agriculture, filed in the
t o the United States for said district an information against
itkt rowers Spray Mfg. Co., a corporationt Los Angeles, Calif., alleging
l1'ftald company, in violation of the i secticide act of 1910, on or.
1, 1925, from the. State of California nto the State of Arizona, of
i*1]^; Nico-Dust No. 5 and Nico-Sulphur Dust No. 6, which were
wd misbranded insecticides and fungicides, and of a quantity of
0 (.. 11U5, which was an adulterated and misbranded insecticide, within
pfr eaid act. p ,
d.in the information that the Nico-Dust No. 5 was adulterated
Statements. to wit, "Active Ingredients Sulphur, not
.*..Inert Ingredients Special Dust, composing carrier, not more
1 .borne on the. label affixed-to the drums containing the article,
.r.its standard atd quality were such that it contained sulphur
on. of not less than;.45 per cent, and contained inert ingredients,
nees that do not prevent. destroy, repel, or mitigate insects or
... portion of not more than. 5.25 per cent, whereas the strength
She article fell below the professed standard and quality under
1tid, in that it contained no free sulphur, and contained a greater
., .25 per cent of inert ingredients. Adulteration of the said
.| WSi alleged :for the further reason that the statements, to wit.
lNicotine, pnot legs than 1.75% Sulphur, not less than 45.00%
racturmg at IDS. ox wtwant or l otine -~pWte -of BtNQ^uljBW
IR~u lg 2.'10 ..O "ltA -0 :me0 iR..u Iz5te..,.oE .: ,..:18tW. .
eaeh,, 100 lbs.," "A preparation made oupadally for. Caulflg'dr 't4i
Aphis and similar insects," :borne oe the ::i *elZeto
leading, and by reason ..of the said statemenet-at th article ,i
branded so as. to, deceive and mislead tie purchaser, iti that :0
that the article contained not less..stan2'per cent.onf kfttiflne,' i
as directed, would be anf effective remedy against caallfowerj"
aphis;, and similar insects, whereas the said articledcotained is.,
cent of nicotine, to wit, only a trace of nicotine, and when use .
would not be hn effective remedy against catililower and cabb.
similar insects. Misbranding of the said Nico-Dust No. 115 waS
the further reason itbat it containedd sene.. 4:zeon:piWatii,.. i
amount of arsenic present, expressed as p;i eentxnu of uetafli i
not stated on the label affixed to each of the drums conItaitlnDA
and.-for the further reason :that .it .ontalned:. arsenic in comnbig
water-soluble. form, and. the .:total amount of':arsenic ixn waW-.
expressed as per centum. of metallic arsenic,, was: trot'- ated~.
affixed to the 'sid drtu s., A .: '?.'. ,- -i .
Adulteration of the iNico- 4ulphur Dust No. 6 was alleged for tlW
the statement, ." Sulphur M0.00%," borne on. .ti -' label,; repres |
standard and quality were such that"'it contained 50 per'.led*!
whereas the strength and purity of the atticle'fell below the itroe M
and quality .u.der which it was sold, in that it contained. mifipth
per cent of sulliur. :' :. 't
Misbranding of the Nico-Sunlphut Dust No. 6 was alleged for-.
the statements, "Sulphur; 56.O % ".".Nik=SulphurDust Na.67'L
tion made especially for ..* 'red Lpiders'and..estmilar ijtk.
the label, were:.-false and misleading, '"an4: by abas6h k '.tof d
the article was ,labeled and, branded sesas to deceive alid 39
chaser, in that they* represented that tee said article cofiMzr4t
50 per cent of sulphur, that it was a nteotine-snlphtkr st, ': ,.:.
directed, would be an effective remedy against .red sedenl'.4'
insects, whereas the article contained much less 'thant1 'peid~.
it was not a nicotine-sulphtiur dust but ~was .a- .tnie .
powder lime, and other ing-edients, and the 'tisee asidt4* .1::
be an effective remedy against red spiders ind siitilat n.tni) Us11"
'Misbranding was allegied"with resped..tel all of the aM.di^.
by s id
ney for the'Westerni.District ot
ary of Agritltutre, "led in the
district an information against
sas Citt 'ob co .Products Co.,
defend t, on or about January
State Of Michigan, ot a quantity
a misifranded insecticide within
.. "" .itW',,co .,e* per cent, Terebinthine 10 per cent, Mineral
'" 4 In'ert i.f edleIts 60 per cent," borne on the label affixed to
X opt1ting the MsAid:article, were false and misleading, and by reason
Ih stf, ts the" article was labeled and branded so as to deceive
Oj th : ".cbser,.ln that they represented that the said article con-
ieNe, te' bint"ine (turpentine) and mineral oil in the proportions
Mid' cttaid d'inert ingredients, namely, substances that do not
Silestro.y, 'redfl, or mit1gte insects in the proportion of 60 per cent,
A thtedeoentage tiont of each of- the said ingredients was not cor-
tttefl on'thelabe in that the article contained more than 20 per cent
-eti"e more than 10 per cent of terebinthine, more than 10 per cent of
11o, "and lets than f0 )per cent of inert ingredients.
.. randing .was illegal f'or thie. further reason that the statements, to wit,
nd, W-]te Fly Liquid An Insecticide For Spraying. For Greenhouse
**e .,ly 'and Mealy Bug. Four teaspoonfuls Drummond's White
.ip. t> one and one half gallons of water makes a spray solution of
*'1sbtrength to destroy White Fly on Fuchias, Pelargoniums, etc., and
.'t .on Ol'lus, Vincas, etc. Because of the oily ingredients in this
|. t'i$, vqry necessary 'to Shake The Liquid Well before measuring it out,"
8.rSKWith Drummond's White Fly Liquid is usually sufficient for
aiktb&sted .with White PFly, 'getting all the live ones. But in extreme cases
gingu'(24lhours apart) may be necessary. Allowing ten days for the
It0ing el the eggS 'or larvae, it is advisable to spray again at that time to
bth .plants completely of the tests," borne on the said label, were false and
eMie ng, aMn by feaon 'of the said statements the article was labeled so as
So*blve and mislead the purchaser, in that they represented that the article,
t|used as .directed, would be an effective remedy against white flies and
rn gts, wh.reas, in fact and in truth, it would not.
p anding.a.as'aleged for the further reason that the article consisted
of inert substances or ingredients, namely, substances that do not
..1, .troy^repel, or mitigate insects, and the name and percentage amount
*..4 .tfery ole of the inert substances so present in the article were not
[.ly and correctly on the label affixed to the can containing the said
Sineit" .thereof, were the name and percentage amount of each and
|e er ingredient of the article having insecticidal properties, and
.."- tage of the iuett substances or ingredients so present therein
S and correctly on the said label.
7.t. 7. 1927, the defendant entered a plea of guilty to the informa-
.rt imposed a 'bb of $.75.
.. .. i.. it. 'DU. NLu,, Acting Secretary of Agriculture. .
t -i.-KnA.. :liee and mite remover. U. S.
:iS.;.ty!ry ). Wet eW (U-Know Company). Pleas
1.. .... & M'..n.. 1324. nm. Na 194S2. 19455.)
v. Floyd W.
it is to lose money, unu just as L(mg.. as :,.u .conga-.a .elmp -en q#.i
and that preventive for lice and.. mites, etc.,.oyo,.am wzw g wt.y.. .,..a..:
part of your flock infested and losing you money. A.i::,.ugrbl ..:
cover Which is positively guaranteed to remove Biw J ,.. Jan .
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won't stay on any fowl that drinks water with U-Know :in it. 1,0(3, i i
treated as easily as one and the one is werth more than a doren
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Remover. Success depends on the fowls having only water that ji *
with U-Know. If you will only do thiwiyour poultry troubleswill ef 1
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follow the directions on each and every bottle, *- Try. e *te*M
and the only way. Give U-Know Lice and Mite Remover oCeI fair at
satisfy yourself our claims are correct; examine any of yqq:- tls aftpv
or five days after putting U-Know in their drinking water; ydu wJJA (p::t
Lice, Mites, Blue Bugs and other parasites gone, and'gone tQ.;sty, it yo py
continue the use of U-Know Lice and :Mite Remover in the Am.in..g., w
every two weeks. Gentlemen: I wish to thank you for the
to making my chickens more healthy, and you surely know t
find that my chickens were lousy and that they were not prod
that they should, and following the advice you gavye me thtc
ads. I purchased a bottle of your Lirs R:ns r nil ImOitiI if
Mad~ as dfted, would be an electivee remedy against blue-
r.*ek-tighti s and all other parasites.and..: nsects that infest
t... l4. ..poultry fre from suh*pest.s would end all
d..would an efeetive remedy ast' dog fean, whereas,
i utli,". the- said article, when used as directed, would not be
as alleged for the further reason that the article consisted
BB.-msubstances or jagredients, that is to say, substances that do
;=.oL repeat or mitfgage insects when used as directed, and the
"restage amount ..of each of the said inert substances or ingredients
b. the article, together with the statement that they are inert sub-
|.e|- staed,plainly and correctly on the label affixed to each of the
tBNmning the said article.
..e r 7,;1987, the defendants entered pleas of guilty to the informa-
*he. oepet, imposed fines totaling S150.
*. I. W. DvNarf Acting Seoretary of Agriculture.
Vee Inmeetlelide. IT. S. v.
Fing, i100. (I. & F. No. 1448.
Dom. No. 22369.)
SbT.t-7T, 1927, the United States attorney for the middle District of
haia, acting upon a report by the secretary of Agriculture, filed in the
fr Court of the United States for said district an information against
am: Control Corporation, Coudersport, Pa.; and on April 4, 1928, the
femation was amended to name the Union Chemical Co. as defendant
: It::was alleged in the information as amended that on or about
S,;29, 927, the said defendant had shipped, in violation of the insecti-
t 6 1910, from the State of Pennsylvania into the State of New Jersey,
tlty of Ucco insecticide, which was a misbranded insecticide within the
g of said act.
handing of the article was alleged in the information for the reason
statements, "Active Ingredients i8% Inactive Ingredients 22%,"/'
.the label affixed to the bottles containing the said article, were false
leading, and by reason of the said statements the article was labeled
: deceive and mislead the purchaser, in that they represented that the
contained active ingredients, namely, substances that prevent, destroy,
rit itigate. insects, in the proportion of not less than 78 per cent, and
S.inaetive Ingredients, namely, substances that do not prevent, 'destroy,
.m litigate, insects, in the proportion of not more than 22 per cent,
rit.&rntained active ingredients in a proportion less than 78 per cent,
4 inactive ingredients
ig was alleged for the
eulsion, applied to tL
r: .:corn borer *
'r: ** bugs, beetle
rt xin for insects, bugs
E;..ttle labels, were f
in a proportion greater than 22-per
further, reason that the statements,
he surface of sod, turf or soil for the
Ucco Insecticide for the control
s Ueco Insecticide throws
s and pests which breathe by the pore
alse and misleading, and by reason
as to deceive and mis-
when used as directed,
LI bugs and all beetles,
all bugs, and all pest.
when used as directed,
;the article was labeled and branded so
ser into the belief that the said article,
etive. remedy against tpe corn hborer, al
.p effective remedy against all insects,
Sthe pore route, whereas the said article,
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