FROM THE FILES OF THE FBI 314
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, plaintiff
SPECIAL ANTI-RADITION [sic] COMPOUND (DIANAZENE), ETC., defendent
No. 10-58, District Court Docket
I, JAMES F. DAVEY, Clerk of the UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, do hereby certify the annexed to be true and correct
copies of the original pleadings and the docket sheets as they appear of
record in the Clerk's Office of said Court in the above-entitled cause.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I hereunto subscribe my name and affix the seal of
said Court, at the City of Washington, this 30th day of January, 1973
JAMES F. DAVEY, Clerk
By [signed] Thomas J. Brennan
100 mg. [illegible]
6-2/3 gr. Dicalcium Phosphate
200 mg. Iron Reduced N.F.
3-1/2 mg. Pantothenic Acid ***
This is a bulk shipment *** Delmar
Pharmacal, Inc., Rensselaer, N.Y."
"Dianazene *** Manufactured for the
Distribution Center, Inc., Box 242
Silver Spring, Maryland *** Each
Nicotinic Acid 100 mg.
Vitamin B1 6-2/3 mg.
Di-Calcium Phosphate 6-2/3 gr.
Pantothenic Acid 3-1/3 mg.
Ascorbic Acid 100 mg.
Iron 333 mg. ***
To the Honorable Judge of the United States District Court For The
District of Columbia.
Now comes the United States of America, by Oliver Gasch, United States
Attorney for the District of Columbia and shows to the Court:
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