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S.D.N.J., F.D.v. v341- ~
D.D.N.J., F.D.. R.1,41 -83:90


T.sutd May 1N36


U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare


FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION


NOTICES OF JUDGMENT UNDER THE FED.
DRUG, AND COSMETIC ACT'


[Given pursuant to section 705 of the Food, Drug,


8341-8380


DRUGS AND DEVICES


The cases reported herewith were instituted in the United States district
courts by United States attorneys, acting upon reports submitted by the De-
partment of Health, Ediucati.,n, and Welfare. Tlhiy involve ldrul which are
required at time of interstate shipment to bear a label containing the statement
"Caution: Federal law prohibits dispjen-ing without prescription," and which
were dispensed after such shipment without a prescription or by refilling a
prescription without authorization. This dispensing was contrary to Section
503(b) (1), and thereby resulted in the dispensed drugs being misbranded while
held for sale.
Published by direction of the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare.

JAMES L. GODDARD, Commnissioner of 'Food and Drugs.
WASHINGTON, D.C., Jay 27, 1966.


CONTENTS


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574


FOOD, DRUG, AND COSMETIC ACT


[D.D.N.J.


VIOLATIVE SALES OF PRESCRIPTION DRUGS

8341. (F.D.C. No. 49865. S. Nos. 46-027/8 V.)
INFORMATION FILED: 5-14-64, W. Dist. Mo., against Russell W. Pickard, Joplin,
Mo.
CHARGE: Between 5-28-63 and 5-31-63, amphetamine sulfate tablets were
dispensed twice without a prescript iun.
PLEA: Guilty.
DISPOSITION: 1-22-65. Probation for 18 months.

8342. (F.D.C. No. 404i;S. S. Nos. 46-902 X, 47-568 X.)
INFORMATION FILED: 5-14-64, W. Dist. Mo., against Ray L. Pence, Joplin, Mo.
C(eR.cE: BetlR en 6-4-63 and 9-11-63, amphetamine sulfato tablets were
dl .pon.t-.ed t w ice.without a prescription.
"' LEA: Guilt.".
i .DISPOSITION: 1-22-41. Probation for 18 months.

S8343. (IF.D.C..o. .!9. S. Nos. 14-521/3 B.)
i INFOriNI .\l ln FINLU.: 6-1- 61.. Dist. Colo., a-'iin.t Bob Bogert, Denver, Colo.
C CARGE: Betwfeln '-23-65 and 2-26-65, amphetamine sulfate tablets were
\ didspelnsed i 'ti'sr without t prescriptions.
PLEA : Nt iiilr.
DripnsitarT:'' 'T i- came to trial before the court and jury on 9-14-65, and
on 9-15-1-;5, the jury returned a verdict of guilty. On 10-4-65, the court
denied deftndaiill's motion for a new trial and on 11-19-65, the defendant was
sentenced to 90 days in prison.

8344. (F.D.C. No. 48151. S. Nos. 79-356/7 R, 4-423/4 T.)
INDICTMENT RETURNED: 10-30-63, N. Dist. W. Va., anaiist Arley Nemo and
Catherine Carman (truck stop employees), Triadelphia, W. Va.
CHARGE: Between 5-3-61 and 3-28-62, amphetamine sulfate tablets and dex-
tro-amphetamine sulfate tablets were each dispensed twice without a
prescription.
PLEA: Guilty by each defendant to dispensing each drug one time.
DISPOSITION: 11-18-63. Each defendant placed on probation for 2 years.

8345. (F.D.C. No. 51040. S. Nos. 56-609/13 A, 59-862 A, 59-864 A.)
INFORMATION FILED: 4-14-65, S. Dist. Iowa, against John G. Virden and Phillip
W. Watters, Des Moines, Iowa.
CHARGE: Between 4-21-64 and 5-25-64, amphetamine sulfate tablets were
dispensed 3 times without prescriptions.
PLEA: Guilty by Watters to 1 count; by Virden to 2 counts.
DISPOSITION: 9-22-65. Each defendant-sentence of 1 year's imprisonment,
of which 10 months was suspended, probation for 2 years, and court costs.

8346. (F.D.C. No. 51041. S. Nos. 35-306/9 A.)
INFORMATION FILED: 8-9-65, W. Dist. Ky., against Ralph Poteet and John W.
Wayne (employees of a service station), Middletown, Ky.







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CHARGE: On 2-28~ 4 an l 3-6-64, amphetamine .-lfate tablets iidl dextro-
amphetamine sulfate capsules were each li:l.-pn.-ed twice without prescriptions.
PI.r: : Guilty.
DisPosrlIoN: 10-14-65. Poetl-- $10 fine; Wayne-.$150 finle.

8347. (F.D.C. No. 5(1,12. S. Nos. 62-174/5 A, 1; -177/8 A, i;2-1,,i A, i;:; -r4 A.)
INFORMATION FILED: 12-14-64, Dist. Ariz., ni.iinHt James G. McGough, PIhotnix,
Ariz.
CHARGE: Between ll-'2c; -I aurid 11-30-64. amphetamine sulfate tablets were
displie,.-ei 3 times, Dexedrine SpanLsuhlc rui,.,l .l* were dispensed twice, and
Dr.raint!p Span'sule capsules were dispensed once without a IIr'-I r'ili,,'.
PLEA: Not guilty.
DISPOSITION: The case came on for trial before the court and jury on 2-1" ;7,
and, at the conclusion of the trial on 2--19) i;., the jury returned a verdict of
guilty. On 3- i;-, the court denied defendant's motion for a new trial and
imposed a sentence of 3 years iin j.iil. The court also provided for probation
of the dirfehii:iint upon the ; ,ill 'l ion of the jail sentence.

8318. (F.D.C. No. .HIM7. S. Nos. 42-241 A, 42-243/4 A.)
INFORMATION FILEI): 12-9-64, Dist. Colo., ;i':inst Robert Eugene Murphy,
Denver, Colo., and Terre Haute, Ind.
CHARGE: Between 3-4-64 and 3-9-64, amphic famine sulfate tablets were dis-
pensed 3 times without a prescription.
PLEA: Guilty.
DISPOSITION: The case was transferred from Dist. Colo. to S. Dist. Ind. On
1-26-Gi;., the defendant was sentenced to 1 year in prison, suspended, and
probation for 1 year.

83-19. (F.D.C. No. 50614. S. Nos. 61-262/3 X, 61-2-05./6 X, 61-209 X, 54-802 A.)
INFORMATION FILED: 12-22-64, W. Dist. Mo., against Mrs. Clara Tanner Pye,
and Gecorre A. De Feo, Jr., Kansas City, Mo.
CHARGE: Between 10-2-63 and 1-(i-64, amphetamnie sulfate tablets were dis-
pensed 5 times and pentobarbital sodium capsules were dispensed once without
a pres,:riptin.
PLEA: Guilty by Mrs. Pye to 2 counts; by De Feo to 5 counts.
DISPOSITION: 1-29'!-'5. De F",-i-1 year in prison, 10 months of which was
suspended, and probatio.n for 2 years; Mrs. Pye-probation for 1 year.

8350. (F.D.C. No. .-5443. S. Nos. 2S-260 X, 29-122/6 X, 56-449 A.)
INFORMATIOIN FILED: 11-12-64, Dist. Kans., against Kenneth E. Wiemerslage,
D.C, Newton, Kans.
CHARGE: Between 10-23-63 and 5-5-64, amphetamine sulfate tablets were dis-
pensed 5 times and secobarbital .a,,diuii, capsules and ergot tablets were each
dispensed once without a prescription.
PLEA : Guilty.
DISPOSITION: 2-.-(;.1. 1 year in pri-kon. 10 months of which was suspended, and
lprobati,,n for 3 years.







576 FOOD, DRUG, AND COSMETIC ACT [D.D.N.J.

8351. (F.D.C. No. 50183. S. Nos. 68-961 T, 68-963 T, 68-965 T, 68-967 T, 13-203 *
V, 14-941/2 X.)
INFORMATION FILED: 8-12-64, N. Dist. Ill.., against James Pitts, Calumet City,
Ill.
CHARGE: Between 5-24-62 and 9-24-63, amphetamine sulfate tablets were dis-
pensed 7 times without a prescription.
PLEA: Guilty.
DISPOSITION: 2-24-65. 6 months in prison and probation for 4 years.

8352. (F.D.C. No. 50366. S. No. 70-442 V.)
INFORMATION FILED: 9-8-64, S. Dist. Ohio, against James D. Causey, Greens-
boro, N.C.
CHARGE: On 2-20-63, amphetamine sulfate tablets were dispensed once without
a prescription.
PLEA : Guilty.
DISPOSITION: 6-1-65. $500 fine, sentence of 1 year in jail, suspended, and pro-
bation for 1 year.

8353. (F.D.C. No. 50633. S. Nos. 4-678/80 X.)
INFORMATION FILED: 11-3-64, W. Dist. N.C., against Glenn Virgil Walker,
Wilmington, N.C.
CHARGE: On 12-11-63, amphetamine sulfate tablets were dispensed once with-
out a prescription at Charlotte, N.C.
PLEA: Guilty.
DISPOSITION: The defendant waived trial in the W. Dist. N.C., and requested
and was granted a transfer of the case to the E. Dist. N.C. On 6-11-65, he
was fined $350, and placed on probation for 3 years.

8354. (F.D.C. No. 50635. S. Nos. 16-921 V, 16-923 V, 16-941/2 X.)
INFORMATION FILED: 2-4-65, S. Dist. Ohio, against Ray L. Yoho, Springfield,
Ohio.
CHARGE: Between 5-22-63 and 6-15-63. amphetamine sulfate tablets and
dr.rlrro-a ,ipir ltinc: sulfate tablets were each dispensed twice without a
prescription.
PLEA : Guilty.
DISPOSITION: 6-14-65. Probation for 2 years.

8355. (F.D.C. No. 51316. S. Nos. 5-715 A, 5-738 A, 5-750 A, 5-752 A.)
INFORMATION FILED: 7-211-05, S. Dist. Ga., against Fairley Cisco, Folkston, Ga.
CHARGE: Between 9-23-64 and 11-4-64, amphetamine sulfate tablets were dis-
pensed 3 times and dextro-amphetamine sulfate capsules were dispensed once
without prescriptions.
PLEA : Guilty.
DISPOSITION: 9-21-65. $750 fine, and probation for 2 years.








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8341-83801


NOTICES OF JUDGMENT


577


8356. (F.D.C. No. 51362. S. Nos. 6-571/7 B, 6-57i, B.)
INFORMATION FILED: 8-18-65, Dist. Kans., against Joe L. Boutros, Wichita,
Kans.
CHARGE: Between 2-5-65 and 3-5-65, amphetamine sulfate tablets were dis-
pensed 7 times and amphetamine sulfate riap /Iul *V were diiPi, ii.'l once without
a presclrip iu.
PLEA : Guilty.
DISPOSITION: 10-1-65. .1>,HI fill, and probation for 3 years.

8357. (F.D.C. No. .5155ls. S. No. 24-572 B.)
INFORMATION FILMD: 7-15-65. W. Dist. Ark., against Carrol C. Worthy (veteri-
nary supply dealer), Springdale, Ark.
CHARGE: On 6-8-5, dtih'ltro-wmpjh lum Iine' sulfate tablets were di-i'ii'.cld once
without a prescription.
PLEA: Nulo contender.
DISPSITION : 7-27-65. $501. fine.

835S. (F.D.C. No. 51314. S. Nos. 34-641/3 B.)
INFORMATION FILED: 8-3-65, N. Dist. Ohio, against Leo M. Levi, Celina, Ohio.
CHARGE: Between 1-29-65 and 2-3-65, dextro-amphetamine sulfate tablets were
dispensed 3 times without prescriptions.
PLEA : Guilty.
DISPOSITION: 9-3-65. $500 fine, and probation for 2 years.

8359. (F.D.C. No. 51056. S. Nos. 94-181/2 A.)
INFORMATION FILED: 9-19--65, E. Dist. Mo;, against Guy D. Greenwood, Hannibal,
Mo.
CHARGE: Between 9-17-64 and 10-1-64, dextro-amphetamine sulfate tablets
were dispensed twice without a prescription.
PLEA : Guilty.
DISPOSITION: 10-18-65. Imprisonment for 1 year and 4 months.

8360. (F.D.C. No. 51228. S. Nos. 26-421/5 A.)
INFORMATION FILED: 8-13-65, N. Dist. Ill., against Samuel S. Swislow, t/a
Plaisance Pharmacy, Chicago, Ill.
CHARGE: Between 5-15-64 and 6-22-64, dextro-amphetamine sulfate tablets
were dispensed 4 times and amphetamine sulfate tablets were dispensed once
without a prescription.
PLEA: Guilty.
DISPOSITION: 11-2-65. $'00 fine, plus 'costs, and probation for 2 years.

8361. (F.D.C. No. .-1023. S. Nos. 72-9.S-/8 A, 72-:1!-' A.)
INFORMATION FILED: 3-5-f6.. N. Dist. Miis., against James G. Shankle, t/a Bena
Drug Store, Itta Bena, Miss.
CHARGE: Between 5-11f-64 and 7-1-64, dextro-amphetamine .sulfrie tablet
were dispensed 5 times without a prescription.






578 FOOD, DRUG, AND COSMETIC ACT [D.D.N.J.

PLEA : Guilty.
DISPOSITION: 11-12-65. $1,200 fine, and 9 months in prison.

8362. (F.D.C. No. 50625. S. Nos. 37-443/9 A, 40-545 A.)
INFORMATION FILED: 12-14-64, W. Dist. Okla., against Harry Dean Alexander,
Oklahoma City, Okla.
CHARGE: Between 3-24-64 and 4-21-64, De.redriic Sulfate tablets were dis.
pensed 3 times without a prescription; secobarbital sodium capsules were dis-
pensed 3 times; and meprobamate tablets were dispensed twice upon requests
for prescription refills without obtaining authorization by the prescriber.
PLEA: Nolo contender.
DISPOSITION: 3-15-65. $200 fine.

8363. (F.D.C. No. 51026. S. Nos. 30-952 X, 30-957 X.)
INFORMATION FILED: 7-26-65, S. Dist. Calif., against Vernon I. Cross, t/a Cross
Pharmacy, San Pedro, Calif.
CHARGE: Between 11-12-63 and 11-30-63, Dexedrine Spansule capsules and
penicillin tablets were each dispensed once upon requests for prescription
refills without authorization from the prescriber.
PLEA: Nolo contender.
DISPosITION: 8-30-65. $200 fine suspended.

8364. (F.D.C. No. 50643. S. Nos. 6-262 X, 6-2i;4/6 X, 7-672 X, 7-674/76 X,
8-069 X.)
INFORMATION FILED: 4-2-65, Dist. Mass., against Diamond Pharmacy, Inc., a
corporation, Randolph, Mass., Melvin Diamond (president), and Hartley Ligols
(pharmacist).
CHARGE: Between 9-4-63 and 12-20-63, Librium Hydrochloride capsules and
Miltown tablets were each dispensed 4 times, and Biphetamine 121/ capsules
were dispensed once upon request for prescription refills without authorization
from the prescriber.
PLEA: Guilty.
DISPOSITION: 6-15-65. Corporation-$1,000 fine; Diamond-$500 fine; Ligols-
$250 fine.

8365. (F.D.C. No. 51323. S. Nos. 30-688/98 A.)
INFORMATION FILED: 8-10-65, W. Dist. Ky., against Trover Clinic, Inc., t/a
Earlington Pharmacy, Emerson A. Reynolds and John A. Westerfield (pharma-
cists), Earlington, Ky.
CHARGE: Between 7-13-64 and 9-22-64, Librium Hydrochloride capsules were
dispensed 7 times, th!roidi tablets were dispensed 3 times, and prednisone
tablets were dispensed once without prescriptions.
PLEA: Guilty by Reynolds and Westerfield to 3 counts each; nolo contender
by Trover Clinic, Inc., to 11 counts.
DISPOSITION: 9-13-65. Corporation-$1,100 fine; individuals-$300 fine each.

8366. (F.D.C. No. 51349. S. Nos. 33-847/8 A, 109-541 A, 109-543/8 A.)
INFORMATION FILED: 8-18-65, S. Dist. Ohio, against David M. Shuck, t/a Mark's
West End Pharmacy, Cincinnati, Ohio.







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CH1.\GE : Between 7-31-64 and 10-1-64, Librium IIyidrlrloridc capsules were
dispensed 5 times and throidl tablets were di-.ii,.-s'di 4 times without
pre.u : iptiipions.
PLEA: IAuilty.
DIsrosITION: 9-P-05. Probation for 6i months.

8367. (F.D.C. No. .51 31:1. S. Nos. 11 i-1;il;/3 A.)
INFORMATION FILED: 8-10-65, W. Dist. Ky., ;il:linj- Alvin J. Kruse, t/a IHawes-
ville Drug Store, lHaw c ville. Ky.
CHARGE: BetwTeen 7-22 ;4 and 8-10-64, Librittl H Ic!,lr'hl'r ide capsules were
diNiNIL.-=sl' twice :i ml .1 iltown tablets were dislivii-Piil once without prescriptions.
PLEA: Nolo contender.
DISPOSITION: 9--13-65. $::i0 fine.

836S. (F.D.C. No. 51027. S. N '1. 1] I A, 1-1 ; A, 1- 2!.12/4 A, 15 i.*/5 A,
15- O-., A.)
INFORMATION FILED: 4--2-65, Dist. l Mss., :i;:linii Benjamin Brenner, t/a Nelson
Pharmacy, Charlestown, Mass.
CHARGE: Between 5-19-64 and 8-19-64, Libriniim Iu!ilrrchlo ride capsules and
Dexedrine Sulfate tablets were each dispensed twice upon requests for pre-
scription refills without authorization by the prescriber, and AM 1'lus
Improved capsules were dispensed 3 times and Dr ,i riie. Spansule capsules
were dispensed once without prescriptions.
PLEA: Guilty.
DISPOSITION: 7-12--C5. Six months jail sentence suspended, probation for 2
years, and $500 fine.

8369. (F.D.C. No. 4,sss7. S. Nos. 55-276/78 R, 61--2s4 R, 61-291, 1.; R.)
INFORMATION FILED: 7-16-63, Dist. Alaska, against Professional Pharmacy, Inc,
Juneau, Alaska, and John S. Simpson (president).
CHARGE: Between 7-8-61 and 7-20-L-1, meprobamate tablets were dispensed 5
times, dextro-amphetamine sulfate tablets were dispensed 3 times, and seco-
barbital sodium capsules were dispensed once without a prescription.
PLEA: Guilty by corporation to 6 counts; by individual to 3 counts.
DISPosITIoN: 5-5-65. Corporation--$1,000 fine; individual-$500 fine.

8370. (Inj. No. 480.)
COMPLAINT FOR INJUNCTION FILED: 5-5-65, Dist. Alaska, against Professional
Pharmacy, Inc., Juneau, Alaska, and John S. Simpson (president), William M.
Whitehead, M.D., Robert R. Smalley, M.D., and Henry Wilde, M.D.
NATURE OF BUSINESS: The complaint alleged that Professional Pharmacy, Inc.,
was an Alaska corporation which operated a drugstore at Juneau, Alaska;
that John S. Simpson was the president of Professional Pharmacy, Inc.; that
he mni.i:iL',iri and controlled the drugstore, and that he was not licensed as a
pharmacist.
The complaint allh-ced that William M. WhitehC-ad,. M.D., Robert R. Smalley,
M.D., and Henry Wille. M.D., were physi'ci.n, licensed to practice medicine
in the State of Alaska; that they were associated with the Juneau Clinic
which was located in Juneau, Alaska, in close proximity to the dru'I'ture
operated by Professional Pbharmiacy, Inc.; that Professional 1'P:harman; y, Inc.,
stocked and dispensed prescription- drri such as dextro-amphetamine sulfate







580 FOOD, DRUG, AND COSMETIC ACT [D.D.NJ.

tablets, meprobamate tablets, and secobarbital sodium capsules, all of which
were manufactured outside the State of Alaska and were brought into the
State for sale; and that Federal law required that such drugs be dispensed
only on prescription.
CHARGE: The complaint alleged that the defendants engaged in the following
practices which resulted in violations of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic
Act:
(1) A customer would come into the drugstore operated by Defendant
Professional Pharmacy, Inc., and would ask Defendant Simpson for a pre-
scription drug such as Dexedrine, Equanil, or Seconal.
(2) If the customer did not have a prescription, Simpson would state that
Federal law required a prescription for such a drug and that he would have
to fix up a prescription for the customer.
(3) Simpson would sometimes obtain the customer's name and telephone
one of the physicians who are defendants herein. Simpson would tell the
physician he had a friend in the store, state the name of the customer, and
ask for authorization to dispense a certain quantity of the drug. The phy-
sician would then authorize the dispensing of the drug and Simpson would
write out a "prescription" for the customer and would sign the physician's
name on the "prescription." Simpson would dispense the drug in a vial
labeled "Use as directed."
(4) Simpson would sometimes obtain the customer's name, write out a
"prescription," sign a physician's name, and dispense the drug without in-
forming the physician. Simpson would later obtain a physician's signature
on the "prescription," which might or might not be the signature of the phy-
sician whose name he had originally written on the "prescription."
(5) When a customer asked for Seconal (secobarbital sodium capsules),
Simpson would say, "I am afraid the doctor would not go for these," but he
would then dispense the drug. Later he would prepare a "prescription" and
obtain a physician's signature thereon.
(6) Simpson would also dispense refills and double refills on the basis of
such "prescriptions" without contacting a physician.
(7) There were some other variations in these practices. Sometimes Simp-
son dispensed the drug in an unlabeled vial. Sometimes he dispensed the
drug in the manufacturer's original bottle bearing the manufacturer's orig-
inal label. Sometimes the customer told Simpson the drug was for the use
of the customer's wife.
(8) In the course of these practices, the doctor never saw the "patient";
the doctor was not informed as to the "patient's" physical condition, medical
history, mental condition, or genuine drug needs; the doctor gave no direc-
tions for use; and the doctor did not know whether the drug was contra-
indicated for the person who was to use it. A bona fide doctor-patient re-
lationship did not exist.
DISPOSITION: On 5-5-65, a consent decree of permanent injunction was filed,
the defendants having appeared in this proceeding and consented to the entry,
although they did not admit the allegations in the complaint and they asserted
that they at no time knowingly or intentionally violated the Federal Food,
Drug, and Cosmetic Act. The decree perpetually enjoined and restrained
the defendants, their agents, employees and representative from causing
secobarbital sodium capsules, dextro-amphetamine sulfate tablets, meproba-
mate tablets, or any other drug which was a prescription drug within the







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me:lnine of section 503(b)(1), to become misbr;ariilvil while held f-r sale
after shipment in interstate commerce by part. ilpuling in any practice which
resuiled in such driu l liiig di-linir'd puiir-iiiit to a "pres ripliiiii" whiihl was
not a valid prescription because it was not based iiupii a bona fide dictjr-
patient relationship.

8371. (F.D.C. No. *19",5. S. Nos. .- 217 V, &8' 1 1 V, 5ir l1j;/7 V. 6-741 X,
6-744/6 X.)
INFORMATION FILED: 10-27-64. Dist. MIa:~- g:iliii John F. Burke, t/a Burke'q
Pharmacy, Boston, Mass., and William C. Connors (pharmacist).
CHAIGE: Between 3-2i- l3 and 6-2G-1;:l3 Miltown t ild tIv were lipeiis times, and Seconal Srodiatm capsules were di-plisied twice, upon requests for
pretcripltimi refills willthut authorization by the Ipr'-.ril.r; and penicillin
lablh t. and Premarin tablets were ldisli-pv.ied once each without a lpr'scription.
P.EA,: Guilty by BPurke to all counts; by Connors to I count iivilv\'igi Miltown
tablct.i and to the counts involving Seconal Sodium capsules, penicillin tablets,
and Prcinarin tablets.
DIsposITION: 1-4-65. Burke-imprisonment for 6 months, suspended, and
probation for 2 years; Connors-imprisonment for 3 months, suspended, and
probation for 2 years.

8372. (F.D.C. No. 50465. S. Nos. 5--009,/11 V, 56-350 V, --.:;3.2/4 V, 7-131 X.)
INFORMATION FILED: 9-23-64, Dist. R.I., :.;i:ii-t Atom Drug Co. (a partnership),
Warwick, R.I., Norman Miller and Saul Miller (partners).
CHARGE: Between 4-18-63 and 6-3-63, Miltown tablets were dispensed 4 times,
amphetamine sulfate capsules were dispensed 3 times, and Mcticorten tablets
were dispensed once without a prescription.
PLEA: Guilty.
DISPOSITION: 4-21-65. Partnership-$400 fine; individuals-$400 fine each.

8373. (F.D.C. No. 49544. S. Nos. 44-672 T, 44-757 T, 81-643 T.)
INFORMATION FILED: 9-4-64, E. Dist. Pa., against Leonard Hoffman, t/a Hoff-
man Apothecary, Upper Darby, Pa.
CHARGE: Between 6-15-62 and 8-2-62, Miltown tablets, Tuinal capsules, and
Metandren tablets were each dispensed once upon request for prescription
refills without obtaining authorization by the presc-riber,.
PLEA: Nolo contender.
DISPosITION: 6-16-65. $500 fine, and probation for 1 year.

8374. (F.D.C. No. 5g)7S2. S. Nos. 6-566 X, 6-568 X, 6-571 X, 8-105/7 X, 8-111/12
X. 12-441 A, 13-677 A.)
INFORMATION FILED: 4-2-65, Dist. Mass., against Kerrigan's Pharmacy, Inc.,
t/a Kerrigan's Corner Pharmacy, Daniel Wine (president-treasurer), and Lynn
Goren (pharmacist), Milton, Mass.
CHARGE: Between 9-30-63 and 1-20-64, Miltown tablets were dispensed 6 times
and Nembutal Sodium capsules were dispensed 4 times upon requests for pre-
scripltin refills without obtaining authorization from the prescriber.
PLEA : Guilty.
DISPOsITION: 10-13-65. Corporation-$1,000 fine; Wine--$500 fine, and 2
years' probation; Goren-$100 fine.








582 FOOD, DRUG, AND COSMETIC ACT [D.D.N.J.

8375. (F.D.C. No. 50490. S. Nos. 6-130 A, 6-134 A, 6-138 A.)
INFORMATION FILED: 11-19-64, S. Dist. W. Va., against Thomas G. Matney, M.D.,
Peterstown, W. Va.
CHARGE: Between 2-27-64 and 3-5-64, pentobarbital sodium capsules were dis-
pensed twice and dextro-amphetamine sulfate tablets were dispensed once
without a prescription.
PLEA : Guilty.
DISPOSITION: 4-14-65. Probation for 18 months.

8376. (F.D.C. No. 50784. S. Nos. 37-453/8 A.)
INFORMATION FILED: 12-29-64, W. Dist. Okla., against Albert K. Davis (pharma-
cist), Oklahoma City, Okla.
CHARGE: Between 4-9-64 and 4-28-64, pentobarbital sodium capsules and me-
probamate tablets were dispensed 3 times each, upon requests for prescription
refills without authorization by the prescriber.
PLEA: Nolo contender.
DISPOSITION: 3-1-65. $150 fine.

8377. (F.D.C. No. 513'17. S. Nos. 3916-.S A, 36-487/89 A, 36-491/92 A.)
INFORMATION FILED: 8-9-65, W. Dist. Okla., against John M. Robinson and
James B. Robinson (partners in the partnership of Robinson Bros. Drug),
Oklahoma City, Okla.
CHARGE: Between 9-28-64 and 10-13-64, Biphetamine 20 capsules and secobar-
bital x .limii capsules were each dispensed 3 times upon requests for rpfills
of prescriptions without authorization by the prescriber.
PLEA: Nolo contender by each defendant to 3 counts.
DISPOSITION: 8-30-65. Each defendant-$300 fine.

8378. (F.D.C. No. -.1322. S. N.,s. 156-821/2 A, 23-461 B, 23-463/4 B.)
INDICTMENT RETURNED: 9-9-65, S. Dist. Tex., against Worth Woolsey (operator
of a truck stop) and John J. Jalufka (employee), Rosenberg, Tex.
CHARGE: On 12-12-64 and 1-5-65, Biphetamine 20 capsules were dispensed 3
times and dextro-desoxyephedrine hydrochloride tablets were dispensed twice
without a prescription.
PLEA : Guilty by Woolsey to 2 counts; by Jalufka to 3 counts.
DISPOSITION: 10-22-65. Jalufka-1 year in prison suspended, 30 days in prison
to be served, and probation for 5 years; Woolsey-1 year in prison suspended,
30 days in prison, to be served, $400 fine, and probation for 5 years.

8379. (F.D.C. No. 48883. S. No. 597 T.)
INFORMATION FILED: 9-24-63, N. Dist. Ga., against Charles Wesley Turner
(service station employee), Haralson, Ga.
CHARGE: On 6-1-62, Diphetamine tablets were dispensed once without a
prescription.
PLEA: Guilty.
DISPOSITION: 12-18-64. Probation for 1 year.







8341-83SO]


NOTICES OF JUDGMENT


583


8380. (F.D.C. No. 504,44. S. Nos. 37-423/31 A.)
INFORMATION FILED: 2-2';-G5, W. Dist. Okla., a:ginlst Jim J. Orf, t/a Indiana
Pharmacy, Oklahoma City, Okla., and Mrs. Dora C. Aikman (pharmacist).
CIIAIu;i-: Between 4-9-44 and 4--''.- I, secobarbital sodium cuap.uls were dis-
,peinsd 5 times, and pentobarbital sodium cap.ul(Cs were di-inii-.n-. 4 times upon
reque.-ts for iilproi ri iliin r'ilills without authorization by the prescriber.
.PEA : (;ilty by Orf to 9 counts; by Mrs. Aikman to 5 counts.
DISPOSITION: 4-6-65. Orf-."25 fine; Mr'. Aik.,n -$., fne.

INDEX TO NOTICES OF JUDGMENT D.D.N.J. NOS. 8341 TO 8380
PRODUCTS


N.J. No.
AM Plus linprovld capsules----- 83
Amphetamine : ilfate capsules_- .';.',

(de t r,-, sulfate capsules__ 8346, N:.'"*
sulfate tablets --------:-I-, <: 1,
3 :{.->7-< ;l. 8,:;: 370, .'.17.'3
sulfate tablets.--.. 2 :311-8356, <3;;o
Biphetamine 121. capsules------ 8304
20 capsules- 8377, 8378
Dexamyl Spansule capsules---- 83-47
Dexedrine Spansule capsules--.- :, -17,

Sulfate tablets__ ,- -----:i;2. :
Dextro-amphetanine sulfate cap-
sules ----------- ----2. 8355
sulfate tablets -------- -344, 3";.5,
8357-.S3(;1. S3i9;, : 8370, '37.5
Dextro-desoxyephedrine hydro-
chloride tablets------- 8378
Diphetamiue tablets ---------- 8379


N.J. No.
Ergot tablets-__--___- --- 5:.1
Librium IIydrochloride .aI iil.,-_ 8:- ;-

Mliprobanmate tablets -----------S S;'i2.

M(let:ndren talblets--------___- :17
I[,.ticorten tablets ------------ .'2
Mliltown tablets__ 83(4, :';;7, :71--:74
Nembutal Sodiumi capsules .--- 8374
Penicillin tablets ---------- .:;2, sT371
I',iilIii;I irbital sodium capsules__ 8349,

Prednisone tablets ------------ ,'.
Premarin tablets .---------8--- 371
Secobarbital sodium capsules -- 8350,
8362, s ', 37:11, 8377, :3'-41
Seconal Sodium capsules ------ 8371
Thyroid tablets -- ------__ -_ :i;5..-,: 81;
Tuinal capsules -------------- 8373


SHIPPERS, MANUFACTURERS, AND DISTRIBUTORS


N.J. No.


Aikman, Mrs. D. C.:
secobarbital sodium capsules
and pentobarbital sodium
(;)ca le' _-----------
Alexander I. D.:
Dexedrine Sil fate tablets, seco-
barbital sodium capsules,
and meprobamate tablets_--
Atom Drug Co.:
Miltown tablets, amphetamine
sulfate i-il-ule.s. and M.r i-
corten tablets__ ------_-
Bena Drug Store. See Shn nkle,
J. G.

i (S27iO) Injunction issued.


8380




8362


N.J. No.
Bogert, Bob:
amphetamine sulfate tablets- 2 8343
I,-,il, is, J. L.:
amphetamine sulfate tablets
and amphetamine sulfate
i -."pl .1 ,______--------- 8356
Brenner, Benjamin:
Librium iHydrnhliridi cap-
sules, Dexedrine 8.ulf;ite tab-
lets, AM Plus Improved cap-
suli-s, and Dexedrine .lpn-
sule capsules------------ 8368


S(8343, 8347) Prosecution contested.







584


FOOD, DRUG, AND COSMETIC ACT


N.J. No.


Burke, J. F.:
Miltown tablets, Seconal So-
dium cn psule.(, penicillin
tablet-, and Premarin tab-
lets -------------------
Burke's Pharmacy. See Burke,
J. F.
Carman, Catherine:
amphetamine sulfate tablets
and dextro-ampethamine sul-
fate tablets -------
Causey, J. D.:
amphetamine sulfate tablets--
Cisco, Fairley:
amphetamine sulfate tablets
and dextro-"inilhli-ta iiine- sul-
fate capsules---- ------
Connors, W. C.:
Miltown tablets, Seconal So-
dium capsules, penicillin tab-
lets, and Premarin tablets-
Cross, V. I.:
Dexedrine Spansule capsules
and penicillin tablets-----
Cross Pharmacy. See Cross, V. I.
Davis, A. K.:
pentobarbital sodium capsules
and meprobamate tablets-_
De Feo, G. A., Jr.:
amphetamine sulfate tablets
and pentobarbital sodium
capsules ----
Diamond, Melvin:
Librium Hydrochloride cap-
sules, Miltown tablets, and
Biphetamine 121 capsules--
Diamond Pharmacy, Inc.:
Librium Hydrochloride cap-
sules, Miltown tablets, and
Biphetamine 12/2 capsules__
Earliniiton Pharmacy. See Tro-
ver Clinic, Inc.
Goren, Lynn:
Miltown tablets and Nembutal
Sodium capsules -------
Greenwood, G. D.:
dextro-amphetamine sul f a t e
tablets -----


8371 1


8344


8355


8371


8363




8376




8349




8364




8364





8374


8359


[D.D.N.J.

N.J. No.


Hawesville Drug Store. See
Kruse, A. J.
Hoffman, Leonard:
Miltown tablets, Tuinal cap-
sules, and Metandren tablets-
Hoffman Apothecary. See Hoff-
man, Leonard.
Indiana Pharmacy. See Orf,
J. J.
Jalufka, J. J.:
Biphetamine 20 capsules and
dextro-dlsisxyephldlrinu hy-
drochloride tablets---
Kerrigan's C o r n e r Pharmacy.
See Kerrigan's Pharmacy, Inc.
Kerrigan's Pharmacy, Inc.:
Miltown tablets and Nembutal
Sodium capsules---
Kruse, A. J.:
Librium Hydrochloride cap-
sules and Miltown tablets--
Levi, L. M.:
dextro-amphetamine s u l f a t e
tablets -----
Ligols, Hartley:
Librium Hydrochloride cap-
sules, Miltown tablets, and
Biphetamine 12% capsules_
MIcGough, J. G.:
amphetamine sulfate tablets,
Dexedrine Spansule cap-
sules, and Dexamyl Spansule


8373








8378





8374


8367


8358




8364


capsules --------------- 8347
Mark's West End Pharmacy.
See Shuck, D. M.
Matney, T. G., M.D.:
pentobarbital sodium capsules
and dextro-amphetamine sul-


fate tablets ---
Millr, Norman:
Miltown tablets, amphetamine
sulfate capsules, and Meti-
corten tablets_- _
Miller, Saul:
M iltown tablets, amphetamine
sulfate capsules, and Meti-
corten tablets-----


8375




8372




8372


2(8343, 8347) Prosecution contested.








NOTICES OF JUDGMENT


N.J. No.
M irpllay, R. I:.:
ma iplnliet:lainill sulfate tablets-_ S.. 1.
Nelson lPharrimaly. Sec Brenner,
l -I :j,. :1iL in.
Niii1. Arley :
amphetamine sulfate tablets
:miil dextro-aiijlnef :uiiiiin sill-
fate tablets ------------- 8344
Orf, J. J. :
Seconal Sodium capsules and
pentobarbital sodium cap-
sules --------------------
Pence, R. L.:
amphetamine sulfate tablets-- 12
Pick rd, R. W.:
amphetamine sulfate tablets_- S,41
Pit ts, James:
amphetamine sulfate tablets-- 8351
Plaisance Pliirmrlnay. See Swis-
low, S. S.
l'Pter, Ralph:
aiimphliet inie sulfate tablets
and d ex t r o-amphetamine
sulfate capsules --_----_- 8346
Professional Plharninay, Inc.:
d e x t r o-amplhetamine sulfate
tablets, meprobalmate tablets,
and secobarbital sliiim cap-
sules ----------- ;;.1 :71
Pyt. Mrs. C. T.:
;:iiipl ti4;l nilri sulfate tablets
and pentobarbital sodium
P: Il\). -- ---~_-le. _------- 8349
Reynolil. E. A.:
Librium IIydrochloride cap-
'*ile-. thyroid t;ll.'ht and
prednisone tablets ------ 8365
Robinson, T. B.:
Bildirrtnminrin 20 c.ijisiiuls and
secobarbital sodium cap-
sules -----------_----
Robinson, J. M.:
Bipherfaniiiiin, 20 vaji,,il.s and
secobarbital sodium c p-
sules_ --- __----- ----_ 8377

S(S;;70. Injunction issued.


N.J. No.
Robinson Bros. DI)rimL:
Biphetamrnine 20 lr>h' .11l
secolarbitlI sodium c'ln-

Shankle, J. (L :
Sdexl r o-namiheluinie sulfate
tablets ----------------- i;l---
Shulick, 1). M.:
Libriulim Ilydlr,i-llrid, ;iip-
sules and thyroid tablets ..C166
Sillip n, 8. :
d extr o-amphetaiiine sulfate
tablets, itPi 'i:, liiiiiir ,ablets,
:Iand secobarbital sodium cap-
sules ------------- 83, 4,3:70
Smalley, I. R., M.I).:
d e x t r o-.illiliel ; ruiinie sulfate
tablets, ]Ii-('I pri;I ii:i t tablets,
and secobarblital sodium cap-
sules ---_--------_- 8370
Swislow, S. S.:
d e x t r o-aimphetamine sulfate
tablets and aniphetamine
sulfate tablets --- ------ s0
Trover Clinic, Inc.:
Librium Ilydrochloride cap-
sules, thyroid tablets, and
llri',lii-iIi, tablets ----_-----
Turner, C. W.:
Diphetamine tablets --------- 8379


Virdlen. J. G.:
amphetamine
Walker, G. V.:
amphetamine
Watters, P. W. :
anlphetamine
Wayne, J. W.:
amphetamine


sulfate tablets-

sulfate tablets_

-nilf;rte tablets_

sulfate tablets


and dex t r o-a inplet u;i nin
sulfate capsules -------
Westerfield, J. A.:
Librium Hydrochloride cap-
sules, thyroid t:ilhlets. and
prIdt li Iltne tablets------


8345

8353

8345


S365


8:341-83801


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FOOD, DRUG, AND COSMETIC ACT


N.J. No.
Whitehead, W. M., .D.).:
d e x t r o-amphetamine sulfate
tablets, meprobamate tab-
lets, and secobarbital sodium
capsules---------------- 1370
Wi-ineirlil-,v, K. E., D.C. :
amphetamine sulfate tablets,
Seconal Sodium capsules and
ergot tablets ------------- 8350
Wilde, Henry, M.D.:
d e x t r o-amphetamine sulfate
tablets, meprobamate tablets,
and secobarbital sodium cap-
sules--- ----------- 18370

1 (8370) Injunction issued.


N.J. No.
Wine, Daniel:
Miltown tablets and Nembu-
tal Sodium capsules-------- 8374
Woolsey, Worth:
Biphetamine 20 capsules and
dextro-desoxyephedrine hy-
drochloride tablets---- --. 8378
Worthy, C. C.:
d e x t r o-;iii1pht.ainine sulfate
tablets -------------_ 8357
Yoho, R. L.:
amphetamine sulfate tablets
and d e x t r o-amphetamine
sulfate tablets _------- --- 8354


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