N. J., I.F.R. .1351-1400
Issued December 1974
 UNITED  STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
         ENFORCEMENT  AND GENERAL  COUNSEL
          OFFICE OF  GENERAL ENFORCEMENT
          PESTICIDES  ENFORCEMENT  DIVISION
      NOTICES OF JUDGMENT UNDER THE FEDERAL
    INSECTICIDE, FUNGICIDE, AND RODENTICIDE  ACT
                       .  1351  - 1400
    Notices  of Judgment report cases involving seizure actions
taken against products alleged to be in violation, and criminal and
civil actions taken against firms or individuals charged to be-respon-
sible for violations. The following Notices of Judgment are approv-
ed for publication as provided in Section 16(d) of the Federal Insecti-
cide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, as amended (7 U.S.C. 136n).
Alan G. Kirk II
Assistant Administrator  for
Enforcement and  General Counsel

Washington, D.C.

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1351. EPA v. Murd Co., EPA Region III, May 16, 1974. (I.F.&R.
     No. III-26C, I.D. No. 104473.)

This  was a civil action charging the respondent with violating the
Federal  Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and Rodenticide Act, 7 U.S.C.
136j(a)(1)(E); 136(q)(l)(A) and  135a(a)(l). The action pertained to a
product held for distribuHon or sale on September 10, 1973, at Murd
Co.,  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The pesticide involved was ZURD
SPECIAL-AEROSOL INSECT KILLER; charges included claims made
for the product differed in substance from the representations made
in connection with its registration and misbranding様abels bore false
or misleading claims.

The  respondent  signed a Consent Agreement.  The  Final Order
assessed a civil penalty of $100.00.
1352. EPA v. National Milling & Chemical Co., Inc., EPA Region
     III, July 2, 1974.  (I.F.&R. No. III-38C,  I.D. No. 104518.)

This  was a civil action charging  the respondent with violating the
Federal Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and Rodenticide Act, 7  U.S.C.
135a(a)(l);   135b;   136j(a)(l)(E);   136(q)(l)(G);   136   (q)(l)(F);
136(q)(2)(A); and 135(o). The action  pertained to a shipment made
on July 19,  1973, from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Wilmington,
Delaware. The pesticide involved was STERLING 444, NAMICO
444  CLEANER & SANITIZER; charges included nonregistration and
misbranding様ack of  adequate warning or caution statement, lack
of adequate directions for use,  and lack of adequate ingredient
statement on labels.

The  respondent  signed  a  Consent  Agreement.  The  Final Order
assessed a civil penalty of $250.00.
 1353. EPA v. Cantol, Inc., Tech. Div., EPA Region III, July 5,
      1974. (I.F.&R. No. III-41C, I.D. No.  104432.)
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This was a civil action charging the  respondent with violating the
Federal  Insecticide, Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide Act,  7 U.S.C.
136j(a}(l){E); 136(q)(1)(F); and 136(q)(D(A), The action pertained to
a product held for distribution or sale on August 28, 1973, at Cantol,
Inc., Tech. Div., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The pesticide involved
was  SANIPOR PORCELAIN  CLEANER & DISINFECTANT; the
charge was misbranding様ack  of adequate directions for use on
labeling and labels bore false or misleading claims.

The respondent  signed  a  Consent Agreement.  The Final Order
assessed a civil penalty of $100.00.
1354. U.S. v. Southern Chemical Products Co., Inc., U.S. District
     Court,   Middle  District  of  Georgia,  Criminal   No.
     74-31-MAC, March 26, 1974. (I.F.&R. No. 1386,1.D. Nos.
     97398, 67645, 67647, 84438, and 84440.)

This was a criminal action charging the defendant in a 15 count in-
formation  with  violating  the  Federal Insecticide, Fungicide,  and
Rodenticide Act, 7 U.S.C. 135a(aH2Kc); 135o{a}(2Hd);  135a(a)(5);
135f; 135(z)(l); 135(z)(2}(c); 135(z)(2)(d); and 40 CFR  162.6(f) and
162.9. The action pertained to shipments made on Januo y 4, Feb-
ruary 18, June 24, July 30, and September 2, 1971, from Macon,
Georgia to Chattanooga,  Tennessee; Charleston, South Carolina;
and Ashville,  North Carolina. The pesticides involved were DATEX
PINE OIL DISINFECTANT FORMULA  B, AZALEA PINE ODOR
DISINFECTANT  PHENOL  FORTIFIED COEFFICIENT 5, AZALEA
PREMIUM   FLY  &  ROACH  SPRAY,  and    PINE  ODOR
DISINFECTANT; the charge was misbranding様ack  of adequate
caution or warning statement, lack of adequate directions for use,
lack of statement  of  net  weight or measure  of content,  lack of
assigned registration number on labels and labels bore a false or mis-
leading registration number.

The defendant entered a plea of guilty to counts 1, 2, 3, 4, and  14.
The remaining counts were dismissed.
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A fine of $50.00 was levied.
1355. EPA v. Federal Chemical Company, EPA Region V, July
     17,  1974. (I.F.&R.  No. V-52C, I.D. Nos. a7382,  87384,
     87387, and 87389.)

This  was a civil action charging the respondent with violating the
Federal  Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act,  7  U.S.C.
135(a)(l);  136j[a)(l)(E);  and 136(q)(l)(A). The action pertained to
products held for distribution or sale on August 7,  1973, at Federal
Chemical Company, Indianapolis, Indiana. The pesticides involved
were ARAB U-DO-IT TERMITE CONTROL, ARAB FOGERATOR,
and  ARAB BUG-DETH; charges included claims  made for  product
differed in  substance from the representations made in connection
with its registration, misbranding  and adulteration耀trength or
purity fell below the standard of quality  represented in labeling.

The  respondent  signed  a  Consent  Agreement.  The  Final Order
assessed a civil penalty of $1,300.00.
1356. U.S. v. MacDonald Laboratories, Inc., U.S. District Court,
     District of Minnesota, Criminal No. 3-73-CR-19, March 19,
     1973. (I.F.&R. No. V-5, I.D. Nos. 97955 and 99457.)

This was a criminal action prepared by EPA Region V charging the
defendant in a four count  information  with violating the Federal
Insecticide, Fungicide, and  Rodenticide Act,  7 U.S.C.  135a(a)(l);
135a(a)(5); 135(z){l); and 135f. The action pertained to shipments
made on April 3, 1971, and  March 20, 1972, from White Bear Lake,
Minnesota, to  Waterford,  Michigan,  and Cincinnati,  Ohio. The
pesticides involved were CLEARWATER PILLS  and CLEARWATER
TABLETS; charges included nonregistration and misbranding-labels
bore unwarranted safety claims.

The defendant  entered a plea of  guilty to Count I.  The remaining
counts were dismissed.
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A fine of $100.00 was levied.
1357.  U.S.  v.  United  Laboratories,  Inc., U.S. District Court,
     Northern District of Illinois, Criminal No. 73-CR-218, April
     14, 1973.  (I.F.&R. No. V-ll, I.D. Nos. 97111 and  99526.)

This was a criminal action prepared by EPA Region V charging the
defendant in a  six count information with violating the Federal
Insecticide,  Fungicide, and  Rodenticide Act, 7  U.S.C. 135a(a)(l);
135b;  135(z)(2)(d); 135(z)(2)(e); and 135f. The action pertained to
shipments made on March 12, 1971, and March 12, 1972, from Ben-
senville, Illinois,  to Hubbard,  Ohio, and Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The pesticides involved were UL-21 and UL-41; charges  included
nonregistration and misbranding様ack of adequate caution state-
ment and lack of ingredient  statement on labels.

The defendant entered a plea of guilty to all counts.

A fine of $4,000.00 was levied of which $3500.00 was suspended.
1358. U.S. v. B. L Marder Co., U.S. District Court, Northern
     District of Illinois, Criminal No. 73-CR-306, May 25, 1973.
     (I.F.&R. No. V-19, I.D. No.  98046.)

This was a criminal action prepared by EPA Region V charging the
defendant in a  3  count information with  violating the Federal
Insecticide, Fungicide, and  Rodenticide Act, 7 U.S.C. 135a(a)(1);
135b;  135a(a)(5);  and  135(z)(2)(d).  The  action  pertained  to  a
shipment made on November 5, 1971, from Chicago, Illinois, to St.
Paul,  Minnesota.  The  pesticide  involved  was   MC-9  BOOT
REFRESHER; charges  included nonregistration and misbranding
lack of adequate caution statements and lack of ingredient statement
on labels.

The defendant entered a plea of guilty to  all counts.
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A fine of $500.00 was levied on count I. Imposition of sentence was
suspended on  Counts II & III. Firm was  placed on three  years
probation.
1359. U.S. v. Pennwalt Corporation, U.S. District Court, Eastern
     District of Michigan, Criminal  No.  48739, July 25, 1973.
     (I.F.&R. No. V-22, I.D. Nos. 69618 and 97706.)

This was a criminal action prepared by EPA Region V charging the
defendant in a four count indictment with  violating the Federal
Insecticide,  Fungicide, and  Rodenticide Act, 7 U.S.C.  135a(a)(l);
135b;  135(z)(2)(e);  135f;  135a(a)(5); and 135(z)(l).  The  action
pertained to shipments made on  October  27,  1971, and June 6,
1972,  from Wyandotte,  Michigan,  to Galesburg, Illinois,  and
Baltimore, Maryland.  The pesticides  involved  were PENNWALT
PENTAPHEN 67  and PENNSWIN SUPER CLOR-TABS; charges
included  nonregistration  and  misbranding様ack  of   ingredient
statement on labels and  labels bore  a false registration number.

The defendant entered a plea of guilty to Count IV. The remaining
counts were dismissed.

A fine of $500.00 was levied.
 1360. U.S. v. Nelson Chemicals Company, U.S. District Court,
     Eastern District of Michigan, Criminal No. 48747, July 30,
     1973. (I.F.&R. No. V-25, I.D. Nos. 86573 and 89207.)

 This was a criminal action prepared by EPA Region V charging the
 defendant  in a three  count indictment with violating  the Federal
 Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and Rodenticide  Act, 7 U.S.C. 135a(a)(l);
 135b; 135a(2)(c); and 135f. The action pertained to shipments made
 on July 20 and July 23, 1972, from Detroit, Michigan, to Maumee,
 Ohio,  and Amsterdam, New  York. The  pesticides involved  were
 NELSON KLORO CHLORINE SOLUTION CONCENTRATED and
 TEXTREAT-362; charges included nonregistration and misbranding
 様ack of a statement of net weight or measure of content on labels.
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The defendant entered a plea of guilty to Count III. The remaining
counts were dismissed.

A fine of $500.00 was levied.
1361. U.S. v. C-Z Chemical, U.S. District Court, Western District
     of Wisconsin, Criminal  No. 73-CR-59, August 28,  1973.
     (I.F.&R. No. 1366, I.D. Nos. 99547 and 98471.)

This was a criminal action charging the defendant in a five count in-
formation  with violating  the Federal Insecticide,  Fungicide, and
Rodenticide  Act,  7  U.S.C.  135a(a)(l);  135a(a)(5);  135a(a)(2)(c);
135(z)(2)(e); 135(z)(l); 135b; 135f; and 135(o). The action pertained
to shipments made on June 8 and December 14, 1971, from Beloit,
Wisconsin,  to Sterling, Colorado, and St.  Ignac, Michigan. The
pesticides   involved  were   THRUST   and  C-Z  PINALENE
DISINFECTANT; charges included  nonregistration and misbranding
様ack of adequate ingredient statement on labels, lack of net weight
or measure of content statement on labels, and labels bore a false
or misleading registration number.

The defendant entered a plea of guilty to all counts.

A fine of $500.00 was levied.
1362.  U.S.  v. Conway  Soap  Products Company,  Inc.,  U.S.
     District Court, Northern District of Illinois, Criminal No. 73
     CR-525, September 28, 1973. (I.F.&R. No. V-044, I.D.  No.
     97661.)

This was a criminal action prepared by EPA Region V charging the
defendant in a four count information with violating the Federal In-
secticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, 7 U.S.C. 135a(a)(l); 135b;
135a(a)(5); 135(z)(l); and 135(z)(2)(d). The action pertained  to  a
shipment made on July 23,  1971, from Chicago, Illinois, to Mil-
waukee, Wisconsin. The pesticide involved was CONWAY LEMON
DISINFECTANT; charges included nonregistration, misbranding  and
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adulteration耀trength  or  purity of  the  product  fell  below  the
professed standard of quality as represented in labeling and lack of
adequate precautionary statements on labels.

The defendant entered  a plea of nolo contendere.

A fine of $500.00 was levied.
1363. U.S. v. Huntington Laboratories, Inc., U.S. District Court,
     Northern  District  of Indiana, Criminal  No. 73F CR-65,
     November 1, 1973. (I.F.&R.  No. 1367, I.D.  Nos. 67391,
     81197, 98115 and 99373.

This  was a criminal action charging the defendant in a four count
information with violating the  Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and
Rodenticide Act, 7 U.S.C.  135a(a)(5};  135(z)(l); and 135f. The action
pertained to shipments made on July  16, 1970; and January 6, July
20, and September 27, 1971, from Huntington, Indiana, to Norfolk,
Nebraska; Detroit, Michigan;  Mason  City,  Iowa;  and  Denver,
Colorado. The  pesticides  involved  were MATAR GERMICIDAL
DETERGENT and COMPASS. The charge was misbranding謡hen
used as directed in labeling the pesticides could not be relied upon
to act as  a germicide  or as a fungicide.

The defendant entered a plea  of guilty to  count II. The  remaining
counts  were dismissed.

A fine  of  $435.00  was levied,  including $35.00 court costs.
 1364. U.S. v. U.S. Medical Specialty Company, Inc., U.S. District
     Court, District of * Minnesota,  Criminal No. 73 CR-197,
     November 19,1973. (I.F.&R. No. V-37, I.D. Nos. 89869 and
     104198.)

 This was a criminal action prepared by EPA Region V, charging the
 defendant in a three count information with violating the Federal In-
 secticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, 7 U.S.C.  135a(a)(l) and
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135b. The action  pertained to shipments  mflde  on  June 12 and
August 7,  1972, from Richfield, Minnesota, to Omaha, Nebraska,
and  Fort  Dodge,  Iowa.  The  pesticide   involved   was  USCO
GERMICIDAL FOR SURGICAL AND DENTAL INSTRUMENTS; the
charge was nonregistration.

The defendant entered a plea of guilty to  count  1. The remaining
counts were dismissed.

A fine of $100.00 was levied.
1365. U.S. v. Burr Engineering & Development Company, U.S.
     District Court, Western District of Michigan, Criminal No.
     G-9-73CR, November 27, 1973. (I.F.&R. No. V-10,1.D. No.
     90780.)

This was a criminal action prepared by EPA Region  V charging the
defendant in a. two count information with violating the Federal
Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and Rodenticide Act, 7 U.S.C.  135a(a)(l);
135b;135a(a)(5); and 135(z)(2)(e). The action pertained to a shipment
made on April 24, 1972, from Battle Creek, Michigan, to Fort Worth,
Texas. The pesticide involved was PINK MAGIC; charge, included
nonregistration and misbranding様ack of ingredient statement on
labels.

The defendant entered a plea of nolo contendere.

A fine of $1,500.00 was levied. $1000.00 of the fine was suspended.
1366. U.S. v. Med  Ram,  Inc., U.S. District Court, District  of
     Minnesota, Criminal  No. 4-73-CR-221,  December  21,
     1973, (I.F.&R,  No. V-35,  I.D. Nos.  87927, 85354,  and
     81631.)

This was a criminal action prepared  by EPA Region V charging the
defendant in  a three count  information with violating  the Federal
Insecticide, Fungicide, and  Rodenticide Act, 7 U.S.C. 135a(a)(l);
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135b; 135a(a)(5);  135(z)(2){d); and 135f.  The action pertained to
shipments made on August 20 and September  1, 1971, from Osakis,
Minnesota, to Buffalo, New York, and Pikeville, North Carolina. The
pesticides involved were THERMO-CADDY GERMICIDE and DIAL-
A-THERM GERMICIDE; charges included nonregistration and mis-
branding様ack of adequate precautionary statement on labels.

The defendant entered a plea of guilty to count 1.  The  remaining
counts were dismissed.

A fine of $250.00 was levied.
1367. U.S. v. Chaska Chemical Company,  Inc.,  U.S. District
     Court, District of Minnesota, Criminal No. 3-73-CR 138,
     January 3, 1974. (I.F.&R. No. 1381,1.D. Nos. 98050, 98075
     and 99749.)

This  was a criminal action charging the defendant in a four count
information with violating the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide,  and
Rodenticide Act, 7  U.S.C 135a(a)(5); 135(z)(2)(c); 135(z)(2)(d); and
135f. The action pertained to shipments made on August 24, 1971;
June 7,  1972; and July 31, 1972, from Savage,  Minnesota, to New
Richmond, Wisconsin. The pesticides involved were CHASKA-SAN
DISINFECTANT-BACTERICIDE-ALKALINE  DETERGENT, KIK-3,
and  CLOR-12; the charge  was  misbranding様ack  of adequate
warning statement and lack of adequate directions for use on labels.

The defendant entered a plea of guilty to all counts.

A fine of $200.00 was levied.
1368.  U.S.  v.  The  Mackwin  Company,  U.S.  District Court,
     District of Minnesota, Criminal No. 1-73-PO-22, January
     21, 1974.  (I.F.&R. No. V-055, I.D. No. 103422.)

This was a criminal action prepared by EPA Region V charging the
defendant in a two count information with violating the Federal In-
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secticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, 7 U.S.C 135a(a)[l); 135b;
135a(a)(5); 135(z)(l); and 135f. The action pertained to a shipment
made on or  about January  1, 1972, from Winona,  Minnesota, to
Denver,  Colorado.   The  pesticide  involved  was  GAMBLES
FARMCREST PELLETED RAT  BAIT WITH  PROLIN;  charges  in-
cluded nonregistration and misbranding様abels bore  a false or mis.-
leading registration number implying that the product was registered.

The defendant entered  a plea  of guilty to  count  1. Count II was
dismissed.

A fine of $250.00 was  levied.
1369. U.S. v. Parsons Chemical Works, Inc., U.S. District Court,
     Western District of Michigan,  Criminal No. G-74-7CR,
     February  4,  1974.  (I.F.&R. No. 1368,  I.D. Nos. 67333,
     68470, 68471, 84000, 97551, and 97782.)

This was a criminal action prepared by  EPA Region V charging the
defendant in a 19  count  information  with violating the Federal
Insecticide,  Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, 7  U.S.C. 135a(a)(l);
135a(a)(5);    135(z)(l);   135(z)(2)(c);    135(z){2)(d);  1C 5(z)(2)(e);
135(z)(2}(f);   135(y);  135b; and  135f.  The action pertained  to
shipments made on July 7, 1970; March 11, March 24, May 5, and
September 8, 1971; and May 8, 1972, from Grand Ledge, Michigan,
to Mount Gilead,  Ohio; and  Marshfield, Oshkosh,  and Platteville,
Wisconsin.  The pesticides involved were PARSONS POMATO
TOMATO POTATO DUST OR SPRAY, PARSONS 3-WAY DUST,
PARSONS  SEED  PROTECTANT, PARSONS  NO-BITE  INSECT
REPELLENT,  and  PARSONS LETHOGAS FUMIGANT;  charges
included nonregistration, composition differed from that represented
in connection with its registration, adulteration, and misbranding
strength or purity  below  the  standard of  quality  represented in
labeling, contaminated with additional active ingredient not declared
in labeling, labels bore a false or misleading registration number, lack
of adequate directions for   use, lack  of  adequate  ingredient
statement, and lack of adequate  warning or caution statement on
labels.
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The defendant entered a plea of guilty to all counts.

A fine of $1200.00 was levied.
1370.  U.S. v. Good-Life Chemicals,  Inc.,  U.S.  District Court,
     Eastern  District  of Illinois,  Criminal No CR  73-53-D,
     February 5,1974. (I.F.&R. No. 1390,1.D. Nos. 86659,97990
     and 98957.)

This was a criminal action charging the defendant in a five count in-
formation  with violating the Federal  Insecticide,  Fungicide, and
Rodenticide Act, 7 U.S.C. 135a(a)(l); 135a(a)(5); 135(z){2)(d); and
135f. The action pertained to shipments made on December 1,  1971;
March  28,  1972; and April  5,  1972,  from  Effingham,  Illinois, to
Marshall, Missouri; Florence, Kentucky; and Kokomo, Indiana. The
pesticides invloved were GOOD-LIFE 45% CHLORDANE SPRAY,
and GOOD-LIFE SODIUM ARSENITE 42.5% SOLUTION; charges
included claims and directions for use differed  in substance from the
representations made in connection  with the  products registration
and misbranding様ack of adequate warning  or  caution  statement
on labels.

The defendant entered a plea of guilty to count 1. The  remaining
counts  were dismissed.

A fine  of $500.00 was levied.
1371. U.S. v. Lan-O-Sheen, Inc., U.S. District Court, District of
     Minnesota, Criminal  No. 3-74-CR-21,  March 11, 1974.
     (I.F.&R. No. V-065, I.D. No. 75069.)

This was a criminal action prepared by EPA Region V charging the
defendant  in a two  count information  with violating the Federal
Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act,  7  U.S.C.  135b;
135(z)(2)(e); 135a(a)(5); and 135f. The action pertained to a shipment
made on July 31, 1972, from St. Paul, Minnesota,  to Baltimore,
Maryland.  The pesticide  involved  was LAN-O-SHEEN ALGAE
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SCUM   REMOVER;  charges   included  nonregistration   and
misbranding様ack of an ingredient statement on labels.

The defendant entered a plea of guilty to count  II. Count  I was
dismissed.

A fine of $500.00 was levied.
1372.  U.S.  v.  Warsaw Chemical  Co.,  U.S. District  Court,
     Northern District of Indiana, Criminal No. CR. 74-5, March
     27,  1974.  (I.F.&R.  No. V-43, I.D. No. 69471.)

This was  a criminal action prepared by EPA Region V charging the
defendant in a two  count information  with violating the Federal
Insecticide,  Fungicide, and  Rodenticide Act,  7 U.S.C.  135a{a)(l);
135(b)(a); 135a(a)(2)(c); and 135f. The action pertained to a shipment
made on April  25,  1972,  from Warsaw, Indiana, to  Baltimore,
Maryland. The  pesticide  involved was  FORMULA  CT-5 EGG
WASHING  COMPOUND; charges included  nonregistration and
misbranding-lack of statement of net weight or measure  of content
on labels.

The defendant entered a plea of guilty to both counts.

A fine of $750.00 was levied.
1373. U.S. v. 4 four hundred fifty-five-pound containers, more
     or less, of a product labeled in part "AQUANUL-819." U.S.
     District Court, E. District of Illinois, June 23, 1972. (I.F.&R.
     No. 1312, I.D. No.  97748.)

This was a seizure action charging the product with being in violation
of the Federal lnsecticide/ Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, 7 U.S.C.
135(z)(2)(e);  135a(a)(5); and  135(o). The  action  pertained to  a
shipment made on March 7, 1972, by Aquaness Chemical Company,
from  Houston, Texas,  to  Robinson,  Illinois.  The  product was
misbranded様ack of adequate ingredient statement on labels.
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The Default Decree of Condemnation ordered  destruction of the
seized product.
1374.  EPA  v.  Exxon Chemical Co. U.S.A., EPA Region VI,
     November 26,  1973. (I.F.&R. No.  VI-8C, J.D. No. 90934.)

This was a civil action charging the respondent with violating the
Federal Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act,  7 U.S.C.
135a(a)(l); 136j(a)(l)(E); and 40 CFR 162.14. The action pertained
to a shipment made on January 8, 1973, from Houston, Texas, to
Abbeville, Louisiana.  The pesticide involved was  COREBIT 7671
BACTERICIDE;  charges included claims made for the product
differed in substance from the representations  made  in  connection
with its registration and misbranding様abel bore false or misleading
claims.

The  respondent  signed  a Consent Agreement.  The Final  Order
assessed a civil penalty of $500.00.
1375.  EPA  v.  Great Lakes Chemical  Corp., EPA Region VI,
     November 26, 1973. (I.F.&R. No. VI-6C, f.D. Nos. 90052
     and 90053.)

This was a civil action charging the respondent with violating the
Federal Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act,  7 U.S.C.
135a(a)(l); 135b; 135(o); 136lq)(l)(G); 136(q)(2)(A); 136(q)(2)(D); and
136j(a}(l)(E). The action pertained to a shipment made on April 23,
1973,  from  El  Dorado, Arkansas, to Hazelwood, Missouri. The
pesticides involved were DAWSON 37 GRAIN FUMIGANT and
DAWSON  LOW   DOSAGE  FUMIGANT;  charges  included
nonregistration  and  misbranding様ack of adequate warning or
caution statement and  lack  of adequate ingredient  statement on
labels.

The respondent signed  a Consent Agreement. The Final  Order
assessed a civil penalty of $1875.00.
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1376. U.S. v. Grain Chemical Co., U.S. District Court, IM. District
     of Texas, Criminal  No. 3-3234, September  '10, 1973.
     (I.F.&R. No. 1362, I.D. Nos. 98357 and  100535.)

This was a criminal action charging the defendant in a five count in-
formation  with violating  the  Federal Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and
RodenticideAct,7U.S.C 135a(a)(2)(Q; 135a{a)(5); 135f; 135(y);and
135(z)(1). The action pertained to a shipment made on September
2 and  10, 1971, from  Dallas, Texas,  to Lamar, Colorado,  and
Hazlehurst,  Georgia.  The  pesticides  involved  were  CRAIN
SLIMICIDE and NEW GLO LEMON  DISINFECTANT;  charges
included adulteration and misbranding耀trength or purity fell below
the professed standard of quality under which it was  sold and lack
of statement of net  weight or measure of content.

The defendant entered a  plea of guilty to count 3. The remaining
counts  were dismissed.

A fine  of $500.00 was levied.
1377. U.S. v. Faroy, Inc., U.S. District Court, Southern District
     of Texas,  Criminal No.  73-HA-674, February 7, 1974.
     (I.F.&R. No. VI-35, I.D. No. 96881.)

This was a criminal action prepared by EPA Region VI charging the
defendant in a three count information with violating the Federal
Insecticide, Fungicide, and  Rodenticide Act, 7 U.S.C  135a(a}(5);
135b(a); 135(r)(2)(i); and 135(o). The action pertained to a shipment
made on  July 9,  1971, from Houston, Texas, to Lake  Charles,
Louisiana. The pesticide involved was FAROY GARDEN FLARES;
charges  included   nonregistration  and  misbranding様ack   of
adequate precautionary statement and lack of adequate ingredient
statement on labels.

The defendant entered a plea of guilty to count 3. The remaining
counts were dismissed.
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A fine of  $500.00 was levied. The fine was suspended and the
defendant was placed on probation for one year.
1378. U.S. v. 173 Cartridges, more or less, of a product labeled
     in   part   "HUMANE   COYOTE  GETTER   CHEMICAL
     CARTRIDGES".  U.S.  District Court, Western  District of
     Texas, June 23,1972. (I.F&R. No. Vl-3,1.D. No. 100452.)

This was a seizure action charging the product with being in violation
of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, 7 U.S.C.
135a(a)(l) and  135b. The action pertained to  a shipment made on
February 16, 1972, by Humane Coyote Getter, Inc., from Pueblo,
Colorado, to Alpine, Texas. The product was not registered.

The  Default Decree of  Condemnation ordered destruction  of the
seized product.
1379. U.S. v. 45 Cartridges, more or less, of a product labeled
     in   part  "HUMANE   COYOTE  GETTER   CHEMICAL
     CARTRIDGES."  U.S.  District Court, Northern  District of
     Texas, August 16,  1972.  (I.F.&R. No.  VI -2,  I.D. No.
     100450.)

This was a seizure action charging the product with being in violation
of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, 7 U.S.C.
135a(a)(l) and 135b.  The action pertained to a shipment made on
March  3,  1972, by  Humane  Coyote Getter, Inc.,  from Pueblo,
Colorado, to Baird, Texas. The product was not registered.

The  Default Decree of  Condemnation ordered destruction  of the
seized product.
 1380. EPA v. Patterson Chemical Company, EPA Region VII,
     March 26,1974. (I.F.&R. No. VII-20C, I.D. Nos. 69044 and
     102213.)
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This was a civil action charging the respondent with violating the
Federal  Insecticide, Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide Act, 7  U.S.C.
136j(a)(1)(E);  136q(l)(A);  136(c){l);  and  136(c)(2).  The  action
pertained to a shipment made on March 15, 1973, from Kansas City,
Missouri, to Omaha, Nebraska, and to a product held for distribution
or sale on August 3, 1973, at Patterson Chemical Company, Kansas
City,  Missouri, The pesticides  involved were PATTERSON  SOD
WEBWORM  GRANULES   WITH   TURF  FUNGICIDE  and
PATTERSON'S GREEN  UP ROSE  SPRAY;  charges included
adulteration and misbranding耀trength or purity fell below the pro-
fessed standard of  quality as  expressed  on  its  labeling and
contaminated with  an additional  active ingredient not declared in
labeling.

The  respondent signed  a  Consent Agreement.  The  Final  Order
assessed a civil penalty of  $400.00.
1381. EPA v. Clba-Geigy Corporation, EPA Region Vtl, April
     4,  1974. (I.F.&R. No. VII-19C, I.D. No. 102256.)

This was a civil action charging the respondent with violating the
Federal  Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act,  7 U.S.C.
136a(a);  136j(a)(l)(A);  136j(a)(l)(E);   136(q)(l)(G);   136(a)(l)(F);
136(q)(2)(A); and 136(q)(2)(C)(iii). The action pertained to a shipment
made on March 21, 1973, from Des Moines, Iowa, to St. Joseph,
Missouri.  The pesticide  involved  was  MONSANTO RAMROD
ATRAZINE 20G; charges included nonregistration and misbranding
様ack of adequate warning or caution statement, lack of adequate
directions  for use, lack of adequate, ingredient statement, and lack
of statement of net weight or measure of content on labels.

The respondent  signed  a  Consent  Agreement.  The Final  Order
assessed a civil penalty of  $2,000.00.
 1382. EPA v. Hanlon Chemical Company, EPA Region VII, June
     14,1974. (I.F.&R. No. VII-27C, I.D. Not. 69336,102279 and
     102280.)
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This was a civil action in which the respondent was charged with vio-
lating the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act,  7
U.S.C. 136j(a)(l)(A);  136j(a)(1)(E);  and  136q(l)(G).  The action
pertained to shipments made on April 19, July 1, and September 10,
1973, from  Kansas City,  Kansas,  to  Kansas  City, Missouri. The
pesticide   involved  was  VIBRA-CLEAN  ANTI-SEPTIC  SKIN
CLEANSER; charges included nonregistration  and  misbranding
lack  of adequate precautionary statements  and  lack of adequate
ingredient statement on labels.

The  respondent  signed  a Consent  Agreement.  The  Final Order
assessed a civil penalty of $300.00.
1383.  EPA v.  Navy Brand  Manufacturing Comapny,  EPA
     Region VII, June 28, 1974. (I.F.&R. No. VII-36C, I.D. No.
     87520.)

This  was a civil  action charging the respondent with violating the
Federal Insecticide,  Fungicide, and Rodenticide  Act, 7  U.S.C.
135a(a)(l);  135b;  136j[a)(l)(E);  and   136(q}(l)(A).  The  action
pertained to a  shipment made on or about August 9, 1973, from St.
Louis, Missouri, to Lawrence, Kansas. The pesticide involved was
KILZUM WASP-HORNET YELLOW JACKET KILLER; charges in-
cluded nonregistration and  misbranding様abels  bore a false  or
misleading  registration  number  implying that the  product was
registered.

The  respondent  signed a Consent  Agreement. The  Final Order
assessed a civil penalty of $900.00.
1384. EPA v. Anchor Laboratories, Inc., EPA Region VII, July
     10, 1974. (I.F.&R. No. VII-41C, I.D. No. 93939.)

This was a civil action charging  the respondent with  violating the
Federal  Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and Rodenticide Act,  7 U.S.C.
136j(a)(l)(E}; 136(q)(l)(A); 136(c)(l); 135a(a)(l); and 136(q)(l)(G). The
action  pertained to a shipment made on or about June 28, 1973,
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from North  Kansas City,  Missouri,  to  Burnsville,  Minnesota.  The
pesticide involved  was ANCHOR DELNAV LIVESTOCK SPRAY
AND   BACKRUBBER;   charges   included   misbranding   and
adulteration耀trength or purity fell  below the standard of quality
represented in labeling, lack of adequate caution or warning state-
ment, and contained less product than stated in labeling.

The  respondent  signed  a Consent  Agreement. The  Final  Order
assessed a civil penalty of $1000.00.
1385. EPA v. National Laboratories Division, EPA Region VII,
     July 17, 1974. (I.F.&R. No. VII-38C, I.D. No. 105609.)

This  was a civil action charging the respondent with violating the
Federal   Insecticide,  Fungicide, and Rodenticide  Act, 7  U.S.C.
135a(a)(l);  135b;  136j(a}(l)(E);  and   136(q)(l)(A).  The  action
pertained to a shipment made on December 11, 1973,. from Parsons,
Kdnsas, to Sturgeon, Missouri. The pesticide involved was KIL-ZAL
BRAND WARFARIN RAT AND MOUSE KILLER; charges included
nonregistration and misbranding様abels  bore a false or misleading
registration number implying that product was registered.

The  respondent  signed  a  Consent  Agreement. The  Final Order
assessed a civil penalty of $350.00.
1386. EPA v. Research Products Company, EPA Region VII, July
     18, 1974. (I.F.&R. No. VII-43C, I.D. No. 87459.)

This was a civil action charging the respondent with  violating the
Federal  Insecticide,  Fungicide, and  Rodenticide Act, 7  U.S.C.
135a(a)(l);  135b;  136j(a)(l)(E);  and  136(q)(l)(A).  The  action
pertained to a product held for distribution or sale on October 17,
1973, at Research Products Company, Salina, Kansas. The pesticide
involved was MAXKILL DIAZINON; charges included nonregistra-
tion and misbranding様abels bore a false or misleading registratior
number implying that the product  was registered.
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The  respondent  signed  a Consent  Agreement. The  Final Order
assessed a civil penalty of $1000.00.
1387. EPA v. The Weevil-Cide Company, EPA Region VII, July
     18,  1974. (I.F.&R. No. VII-39C, I.D.  No. 91012.)

This was a civil action  charging the respondent with violating  the
Federal   Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act,  7  U.S.C.
135a(a)(l);  135b;  136j(a)(l)(E);  and  136(q)(l)(A).  The  action
pertained to a shipment made on August 7,  1973, from Salina, Kan-
sas, to Channelview, Texas.  The pesticide  involved  was WEEVIL-
CIDE  CONTACT  SPRAY  CONTACTU-CIDE;  charges included
nonregistration and misbranding様abels bore a false or misleading
registration number implying  that the product was registered.

The respondent  signed  a Consent Agreement. The  Final  Order
assessed  a civil penalty of $1000.00.
1388. U.S. v. Rid-A-Bird, U.S. District Court, Southern  District
     of Iowa, Criminal No. 73-80, February 20, 1974. (I.F.&R.
     No. VII-62, I.D. No. 90477.)

This was a criminal action prepared by EPA Region VII charging the
defendant in a four count information with violating  the  Federal
Insecticide, Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide Act, 7  U.S.C.  135a(a)(l);
135b(a); 40  CFR  162.10;  135(z)(l);  135(z)(2)(b); 135f(b);  and
135a(a)(5). The action pertained to shipments made on August 3 and
October 3,  1972, from Muscatine,  Iowa, to  Dallas,  Texas. The
pesticide involved was PEANUT RODENT CAKE MOLDED READY
TO USE WITH DIPHACIN;  charges included nonregistration and
misbranding様abels bore a false or misleading registration  number
implying that the product was registered.

The case was dismissed  by the Court upon motion of the  U.S.
Attorney.
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1389. U.S. v. Southern National Mfg., Co., U.S. District Court,
     Western District of Missouri, Criminal No. 73CR76, March
     11, 1974. (1.F.&R. No. VM-59, I.D.  Nos. 87304,  89995,
     89998, and 90021.)

This was a criminal action prepared by EPA Region VII charging the
defendant in an eighteen count information with violating the Federal
Insecticide, Fungicide, and  Rodenticide Act,  7 U.S.C. 136j(a)(l)(A);
136j(a){l)(E); and  136j(a)(2)(K). The action pertaii.ed to  shipments
made on February 7, 13 and 16, 1973, from Hollister, Missouri, to
Omaha,  Nebraska; Matloon, Illinois; and Sedalia, Missouri.  The
pesticides involved  were BUGMASTER  MODEL  H CRYSTALS,
BUGMASTER  MODEL  O   CRYSTALS,   and   MODEL  H
BUGMASTER UNITS, charges included nonregistration, violation of
cancellation of registration, and misbranding様abels bore a false or
misleading  statement implying that the product was registered.

The defendant entered a plea of guilty to counts two and three. The
remaining counts were dismissed.

A fine of $1,000.00 was levied.
1390. EPA v. Wasatch Chemical Company,  EPA Region VIII,
     September 21,  1973. (I.F.&R.  No. VIII-002C, I.D.  Nos.
     101926  and 103808.)

This  was a civil action charging the respondent with  violating the
Federal  Insecticide, Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act,  7 U.S.C.
135a{a)(l) and 135b. The action pertained to a  shipment made on
March 20,  1973, from Salt Lake City,  Utah, to  Denver, Colorado.
The pesticides involved were WONDER GRO FRUIT AND BERRY
SPRAY  and  WACO SANITAL;  the charge  was nonregistration.

The  respondent  signed a Consent  Agreement.  The  Final  Order
assessed a civil penalty of $2,000.00.
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1391. EPA v.  Wasatch Chemical Company, EPA Region VIII,
     October 26, 1973. (I.F.&R. Nos. VIII-004C, 005C, 006C, and
     007C, I.D. Nos. 89798, 90146, 101933, and  101983.)

This  was a civil action charging the respondent with violating the
Federal  Insecticide,  Fungicide, and  Rodenticide  Act,  7  U.S.C.
136j(a)(1)(E); 136(q)(2)(C)(v); and 136(c)(l). The action pertained to
shipments made on  January  15,  February 22, February 26, and
February 13, 1973, from Salt Lake City, Utah,  to Caldwell, Idaho;
North Kansas City, Missouri; Denver, Colorado; and Grand Junction,
Colorado, The pesticides involved were WONDER GRO WEED-A-
WAY   LAWN WEED  SPRAY, MORGRO  SYSTEMIC  IN-
SECTICIDE, SKAGGS CRABGRASS AND SPURGE KILLER,  and
MORGRO SEVIN  VEGETABLE  AND  TOMATO  5%  DUST;
charges included misbranding and adulteration耀trength or purity
fell below the professed standard of quality under which it was sold
and  labels failed to  bear the registration number assigned.

The  respondent signed a Consent Agreement. The  Final Order
assessed a civil penalty of $400.00.
1392. EPA v. Northrup, King and Company, EPA Region VIII,
     June  17, 1974. (I.F.&R. No. VIII-003C, I.D. No. 101878.)

This was a civil action in which the respondent was charged with vio-
lating the  Federal  Insecticide,  Fungicide, and Rodenticide  Act, 7
U.S.C. 136j(a)(l)(E)  and 136(q)(1)(A). The action  pertained to a
shipment made on March 8, 1973, from Billings, Montana, to River-
ton, Wyoming. The  pesticide invloved was GOLF BRAND TRIPLE
TONIC; charges included misbranding and adulteration耀trength or
purity fell below the professed standard of quality under which it was
sold.

The respondent  signed  a  Consent Agreement. The  Final Order
assessed a civil penalty of  $300.00.
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1393. EPA v. Desna Corporation, EPA Region IX, May 29, 1974.
     (I.F.&R. No. IX-48C, I.D. Nos. 95761, 95762, 95763, 95764,
     and 104687.)

This was a civil action in which the respondent was charged with vio-
lating the Federal Insecticide,  Fungicide, and  Rodenticide Act, 7
U.S.C 135a(a)(l); 135b; 136j(a)(l)(E); 136(q)(l)(G); 136[q)(2)(A); and
136(q)(2)(C). The action pertained to a shipment made on September
11, 1973, from  Los Angeles, California, to Decatur, Georgia. The
pesticides involved were  MAHARINl INDIA INCENSE-16 LOGS
GARDENIA, MATAHARI  INDIA  INCENSE  LEMON LIME-16
CAKES,  MAHARINl INDIA INCENSE-30  STICKS,  MATAHARI
INDIA INCENSE-20 CONES, and MATARINI INDIA INCENSE-20
CONES; charges included nonregistration and misbranding様ack of
adequate caution or warning statement, lack of adequate ingredient
statement, and lack of statement of net weight or measure of content
on labels.

The  respondent signed  a  Consent Agreement. The  Final Order
assessed  a civil  penalty of $500.00.
1394. EPA v. Electrofilm, Inc., EPA Region IX, May 29, 1974.
     (I.F.&R. No. IX-53C, I.D. No. 115207.)

This was a civil action in which the respondent was charged with vio-
lating the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and  Rodenticide  Act, 7
U.S.C.  136j(a)(l)(A). The action  pertained to a shipment made on
January 3, 1974, from North Hollywood,  California, to Madison,
Wisconsin. The pesticide involved was AQUA QUEEN WATERBED
ALGAECIDE AND FRESHNER; the  charge was  nonregistration.

The  respondent signed a Consent  Agreement. The Final  Order
assessed  a civil penalty of $1000.00
 1395. EPA v. Frank H. Sounders, EPA Region IX, May 29,1974.
     (I.F.&R. No. IX-51C, I.D. Nos.  105981, 105982, 105983,
     105984, and 105986.)
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This was a civil action  charging the respondent  with violating the
Federal  Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act,  7  U.S.C.
136j(a)(l)(E); 136j(a){l)(A); 136(q)(l)(G); 136(q)(2)(D); 136(q)(2)(C)(v);
and 135a(a)(l). The action pertained to products held for distribution
or sale  on February  12,  1974, at  Stockton Veterinary  Supply,
Stockton,  California. Jhe pesticides  involved  were EAR & TICK
REMEDY FOR HORSES, PINE-CREO, MK (PINTS), EAR & TICK
REMEDY FOR  CATTLE, and  MK  (ONE  GALLON);  charges
included  claims,  directions  for  use,  and  composition differed in
substance from the representations  made in connection with its re-
gistration  and misbranding様ack of adequate warning or caution
statement and lack of assigned  registration number on labels.

The respondent  signed a Consent Agreement.  The  Final Order
assessed a civil  penalty of $500.00.
1396. EPA v. USA Chem, Inc., EPA Region IX, May 30, 1974.
     (I.F.&R.  Nos. IX-29C and 31C,  I.D.  Nos.  104040  and
     104041.)

This  was a civil action charging the respondent  with violating the
Federal  Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act, 7  U.S.C.
135a(a)(l);  135b;  136j(a}(l)(A);   136j(a)(l)(E);  136(q)(l)(G);  and
136(q)(2)(A). The action pertained to shipments made on June 18 and
July  18,  1973, from Sunnyvale,  California, to Sitka and  Juneau,
Alaska.   The  pesticides   involved  were  CERTI-CHLOR  CON-
CENTRATE  and   SOLVEX CONCENTRATE;  charges  included
nonregistration  and  misbranding様ack  of  adequate  ingredient
statement and lack of adequate  warning or  caution statement on
labels.

The  respondent  signed  a  Consent  Agreement.  The  Final Order
assessed a civil penalty of $10,000.00.
1397.  U.S.  V. Dexol Industries, U.S. District Court, Central
     District of California, Criminal Np. 11730, March 22,1973.
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     (I.F.&R. No. 1330, I.D. Nos. 69726, 80732, 86324, 85599,
     and 85600.)

This was a criminal action charging the defendant in a 1 4 count in-
formation with violating the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Ro-
denticide  Act,  7  U.S.C  135a(a)(5};  135(z)(l);  135f;  135(y);
135(z)(2)ld);  135a(a)(l); and 135(z)(2)lc).  The action pertained to
shipments made on October 29,  1969; January 2, 1970; December
28, 1970; and  February  18,  1971,  from Torrance,  California, to
Texarkana, Arkansas,- Dallas, Texas;  and  San Antonio, Texas. The
pesticides  involved were  DESTRUXOL  ROSE DUSTER, DEXOL
GOPHER   GASSER,  DEXOL  TOMATO   LIFE,  DESTRUXOL
WEEDER  D, and DEXOL SLUG-EM PELLETS; charge: included
claims made for product differed in substance from those made in
connection  with  its  registration, misbranding and  adulteration
strength or purity of product below that represented in labeling, lack
of adequate directions for use and lack of adequate  precautionary
statements on labels.

The defendant entered a plea of nolo contendere to counts 1, 3, 5,
8, 12, and  13. The remaining  counts were dismissed.

A fine of $3000.00 was levied.  The  firm  was placed on one year
probation with $1500.00 of the  fine  being suspended.
1398. U.S. v. Flo-Kern Products, Inc., U.S. District Court, Central
     District of California, Criminal No. 11733, March 22, 1973.
     (I.F.&R. No.  1331, I.D. Nos.  67078, 67079,  72100, and
     74524.)

This was a criminal action charging the defendant in a six count in-
formation  with  violating the  Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and
Rodenticide Act,  7 U.S.C  135a(a)(l); 135b;  135f; and 135a(a)(5).
The  action pertained to  shipments made on October 30,  1970;
January 7, 1971; and February 25,  1971, from Compton, California,
to Portland, Oregon, and Albuquerque, New Mexico. The pesticides
involved were FLO-KEM PINE OIL #70 DISINFECTANT and FLO-
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KEM MINT DISINFECTANT; charges included nonregistration and
misbranding.

The defendant entered a plea of noio contendere to counts 1, 3, 5
and 6. The remaining counts were dismissed.

A fine of $2500.00 was levied.
1399. EPA v. Foremost-McKesson, Inc. (McKesson Chemical
     Co.). EPA Region X, June 20, 1974. (I.F.&R. No. X-8C, I.D.
     No. 93063.)

This  was a civil action charging the respondent with violating the
Federal  Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act,  7 U.S.C.
135a(a)(l) and 135b. The action pertained to a shipment made on
July  16, 1973, from Portland, Oregon, to Lynnwood, Washington.
The  pesticide involved  was CROWN  CONCENTRATED LIQUID
CHLORINE; the charge was nonregistration.

The  respondent  signed  a Consent Agreement.  The Final  Order
assessed a civil penalty of $1000.00.

1400. U.S. v. Griffin Brothers, Inc.,  U.S. District Court, District
     of Oregon, Criminal No. CR 73-1, March 26, 1973. (I.F.&R.
     No. X-3, I.D. No. 100969.)

This  was a criminal action prepared by EPA Region X charging the
defendant in a  three count information with violating the Federal
Insecticide,  Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act,  7  U.S.C.  135{a);
135(z)(l); and 135a(a)(l). The action pertained to shipments made
on July 24, 1970; August 24,  1970; and  September 2, 1971, from
Portland,  Oregon, to Yakima,  Washington, and Crescent  City,
California. The pesticide involved was  HYPING-8 DISINFECTANT
AND DEODORANT; charges included claims and directions for use
on labels differed in substance  from  the representations  made in
connection  with  its  registration  and misbranding謡hen  used as
directed in labeling the product  was ineffective.
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All  charges  in the case were  dismissed upon motion of the U.S.
Attorney.
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          Index to  Notices of Judgment  1351  -  1400

                                                    NJ.   No.

Anchor  Laboratories, Inc. (Civil)                             1384
Aquanul - 819 (Seizure)                                   1373
B.L Marder Co. (Criminal)                                  1358
Burr  Engineering &  Development Company
  (Criminal)                                               1365
C-Z Chemical (Criminal)                                     1361
Cantol,  Inc., Tech.  Div.  (Civil)                               1353
Chaska  Chemical Company,  Inc. (Criminal)                   1367
Ciba-Geigy Corporation (Civil)                              1381
Conway Soap Products  Company,  Inc.
  (Criminal)                                               1362
Crain  Chemical  Co. (Criminal)                               1376
Desna  Corporation  (Civil)                                   1393
Dexol Industries (Criminal)                                  1397
Electrofilm, Inc.  (Civil)                                      1394
Exxon  Chemical Co., U.S.A. (Civil)                          1374
Faroy,  Inc. (Criminal)                                       1377
Federal  Chemical Company (Civil)                           1355
Flo-Kern Products, Inc. (Criminal)                            1398
Foremost-McKesson, Inc. (McKesson  Chemical
  Co.) (Civil)                                               1399
Frank H. Sounders (Civil)                                   1395
Good-Life  Chemicals, Inc.  (Criminal)                         1370
Great Lakes Chemical Corp. (Civil)                          1375
Griffin Brothers,  Inc. (Criminal)                              1400
Hanlon  Chemical Company (Civil)                           1382
Humane Coyote  Getter  Chemical Cartridges
  (Seizure)                                                1378
Humane Coyote  Getter  Chemical Cartridges
  (Seizure)                                                1379
Huntington Laboratories, Inc.  (Criminal)                      1367
Lan-O-Sheen, Inc. (Criminal)                                 1371
MacDonald Laboratories, Inc. (Criminal)                      1356
Mackwin Company, The (Criminal)                           1368
Med Ram, inc.  (Criminal)                                   1366
Murd  Co.  (Civil)                                            1351
National Laboratories Division (Civil)                        1385
                              884

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National  Milling  & Chemical Co., Inc. (Civil)                 1352
Navy  Brand Manufacturing Company  (Civil)                  1383
Nelson Chemicals Company (Criminal)                        1360
Northrup,  King and Company  (Civil)                         1392
Parsons  Chemical Works, Inc.  (Criminal)                      1369
Patterson  Chemical Company  (Civil)                          1380
Pennwalt Corporation  (Criminal)                             1359
Research  Products  Company (Civil)                          1386
Rid-A-Bird (Criminal)                                        1388
Southern  Chemical Products Co.,  Inc.
  (Criminal)                                                1354
Southern  National  Mfg. Co. (Criminal)                       1389
U.S. Medical Specialty Company, Inc.
  (Criminal)                                                1364
USA Chem,  Inc.  (Civil)                                     1396
United Laboratories, Inc.  (Criminal)                          1357
Warsaw  Chemical  Co. (Criminal)                            1372
Wasatch  Chemical Company (Civil)                          1390
Wasatch  Chemical Company (Civil)                          1391
Weevil-Cide Company, The (Civil)                           1387
                              885

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