The FDA Notices of Judgment Collection is a digital archive of the published notices judgment for products seized under authority of the 1906 Pure Food and Drug Act. The NJs are resources in themselves but also lead users to the over 2,000 linear foot collection of evidence files used to prosecute each case. The evidence files are a rich documentary resource filled with legal correspondence, lab reports and data, photographs, and product labeling and containers. This digital library, created using the SPER system, allows for browsing the collection as well as searching the collection's metadata and full-text.Hat tip.
Currently only the Drugs and Devices portion of the collection is available in the digital library. As we complete work on other portions those will be released on an ongoing basis. Users are welcome to visit NLM to use the hard copies at any time.
Monday, April 6, 2009
Food and Drug Documents Digitized
Posted by Dan Ernst
The U.S. National Library of Medicine of the National Institutes of Health has digitized the Food and Drug Administration's Notices of Judgment Collection, 1906-1963. The Library explains,