United States v. Cardiff,
344 U.S. 174 (1952)

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United States v. Cardiff, 344 U.S. 174 (1952)

United States v. Cardiff

No. 27

Argued November 17, 1952

Decided December 8, 1952

344 U.S. 174


It is not an offense under §§ 301(f) and 704 of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act for the president of a corporation operating a factory engaged in packing and preparing food for interstate distribution to refuse to grant permission for inspectors of the Food and Drug Administration to enter and inspect the factory at reasonable times. Pp. 344 U. S. 174-177.

194 F.2d 686, affirmed.

Respondent was convicted of a violation of § 301(f) of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act. 95 F.Supp. 206. The Court of Appeals reversed. 194 F.2d 686. This Court granted certiorari. 343 U.S. 940. Affirmed, p. 344 U. S. 177.

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