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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF WITNESSES

Ailes, Stephen, attorney, representing S. B. Penick & Co., Merck & Co.,
and Mallinckrodt Chemical Works (accompanied by William Cody,
general counsel of S. B. Penick Division of CPC International, and
Victor H. Knoop, general counsel of Mallinckrodt Co.)---
Anderson, E. B., vice president, member of the board of directors and
secretary and general counsel, Hoffmann-La Roche, Inc., Nutley, N.J.
(accompanied by Dr. John Burns, vice president of research, Hoffmann-
La Roche, Inc.; and John R. Stafford, house counsel, Hoffmann-La
Roche, Inc).

Atkinson, John F., attorney, of the firm of Witwer, Moran & Burlage,
Chicago, Ill., which firm is general counsel for the National Association
of Boards of Pharmacy (accompanied Fred T. Mahaffey, executive direc-
tor, National Association of Boards of Pharmacy)__
Bear, Larry Alan, commissioner, Addiction Services Agency, Human
Resources Administration, City of New York (accompanied by Mrs.
Mary Jackson and Howard Josepher, two former drug addicts who
have served time in prison for illegal use of drugs).--
Bolger, Robert J., executive vice president, National Association of Chain
Drug Stores (accompanied by Michael Zagorac, Jr., director of public
affairs for the association and John R. McHugh, director of professional
services for Peoples Drug Stores, Inc.).

Brennan, Bruce J., vice president and general counsel, Pharmaceutical
Manufacturers Association (accompanied by Ezekiel G. Stoddard,
special counsel to the Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association and
William D. Patton, assistant general counsel of the Pharmaceutical
Manufacturers Association.

Brill, Dr. Henry, chairman, committee on alcoholism and drug dependence
of the American Medical Association's Council on Mental Health (ac-
companied by Paul R. M. Donelan and Harry N. Peterson, attorneys in
the legislative department committee on alcoholism and drug dependence
of the American Medical Association's Council on Mental Health)___
Cain, Roger W., assistant executive director for association affairs (ac-
companied William B. Hennessy, president, American Pharmaceutical
Association)---

Chappell, Howard, chairman, Mayor's Citizens' Narcotics Committee of
the City of Los Angeles (accompanied Mayor Sam Yorty)-
Cody, William, general counsel of S. B. Penick Division of CPC Inter-
national (accompanied Stephen Ailes, attorney, representing S. B.
Penick & Co., Merck & Co., and Mallinckrodt Chemical Works)-
Cohen, Dr. Sidney, Director of the Division of Narcotic Addiction and
Drug Abuse, National Institute of Mental Health....

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Costas, Peter L., vice president of the Drug Advisory Council for the State
of Connecticut..

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Crawford, Canoy, assistant attorney general of the State of California
(accompanied Thomas C. Lynch, attorney general of the State of
California).

Curran, Hugh C., mayor, Bridgeport, Conn...

Dole, Dr. Vincent, professor and senior physician, Rockefeller University,
New York City-

Donelan, Paul R. M., attorney, legislative department committee on
alcoholism and drug dependence of the American Medical Association's
Council on Mental Health (accompanied Dr. Henry Brill, chairman,
committee on alcoholism and drug dependence of the American Medical
Association's Council on Mental Health)__

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Egeberg, Dr. Roger O., Assistant Secretary for Health and Scientific
Affairs, U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (accom-
panied by Theodore Ellenbogen, Assistant General Counsel, Legisla-
tion Division, Office of the Secretary, U.S. Department of Health,
Education, and Welfare; Dr. Mark Novitch, Special Assistant for
Pharmaceutical Affairs, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health and
Scientific Affairs, U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare;
and Dr. Morton G. Miller, Acting Associate Director for Special and
Collaborative Affairs, National Institute of Mental Health).
Ellenbogen, Theodore, Assistant General Counsel, Legislation Division
Office of the Secretary, Health, Education, and Welfare (accompanied
Dr. Roger O. Egeberg, Assistant Secretary for Health and Scientific
Affairs, U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare) - - - -
Fleishman, Lawrence, Assistant Commissioner of the Bureau of Customs
(accompanied Eugene T. Rossides, Assistant Secretary for Enforcement
and Operation, Department of the Treasury)..

Ford, William L., executive vice president, National Wholesale Druggists'
Association (accompanied by L. W. Willson, vice president of McKesson-
Robbins Drug Co.).

Giordano, Bruno E., Mayor, Stamford, Conn.

Gould, Dr. Robert E., senior psychiatrist in charge of adolescent services of the Psychiatric Division of New York University-Bellevue Medical Center, New York City...

Grosse, Bard, director, drug studies, U.S. National Student Association__
Hennessy, William B., president, American Pharmaceutical Association
(accompanied by Morris Hurwitz, president, Conn. Pharmaceutical Assn.;
Carl Roberts, director of the legal division of the American Pharmaceuti-
cal Association; and Roger W. Cain, assistant executive director of as-
sociation affairs).

Hurwitz, Morris, president, Conn. Pharmaceutical Assn. (accompanied
William B. Hennessy, president, American Pharmaceutical Association)_
Ingersoll, John E., Director, Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs,
U.S. Department of Justice (accompanied by Michael R. Sonnenreich,
Deputy Chief Counsel, Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, U.S.
Department of Justice).

Ingersoll, John E., Director, Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs,
U.S. Department of Justice (accompanied John N. Mitchell, Attorney
General of the United States).

Jackson, Mary, former drug addict who has served time in prison
for illegal use of drugs (accompanied Larry Alan Bear, commissioner,
Addiction Services Agency, Human Resources Administration, city
of New York).

Josepher, Howard, former drug addict who has served time in prison
for illegal use of drugs (accompanied Larry Alan Bear, commissioner,
Addiction Services Agency, Human Resources Administration, city of
New York). -

Knoop, Victor H., general counsel of Mallinckrodt Co. (accompanied
Stephen Ailes, attorney, representing S. B. Penick and Co., Merck &
Co., and Mallinckrodt Chemical Works)

Koch, Edward I., U.S. Representative, 17th District of New York..
Leddy, G. Gordon, Special Assistant to the Secretary for Organized
Crime (accompanied Eugene T. Rossides, Assistant Secretary for En-
forcement and Operation, Department of the Treasury) -
Lynch, Thomas C., attorney general of the State of California (accompanied
by Miss Canoy Crawford, assistant attorney general of the State of
California)-

Mahaffey, Fred T., executive director, National Association of Boards of
Pharmacy (accompanied by John F. Atkinson of the law firm of Witwer,
Moran & Burlage, Chicago, Ill., which firm is general counsel for the
association)...

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McHugh, John R., director of professional services for Peoples Drug
Stores, Inc. (accompanied Robert J. Bolger, executive vice president,
National Association of Chain Drug Stores) -
Miller, Dr. Morton G., Acting Associate Director for Special and Collabora-
tive Affairs, National Institute of Mental Health (accompanied Dr.
Roger O. Egeberg, Assistant Secretary for Health and Scientific Affairs,
U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare).

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Mitchell, John N., Attorney General of the United States (accompanied by
John E. Ingersoll, Director, Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs,
U.S. Department of Justice, and Michael R. Sonnenreich, Deputy Chief
Counsel, Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, U.S. Department
of Justice).

Moss, Frank E., U.S. Senator, State of Utah

Mueller, Capt. Joseph M., Chicago Police Department_

Novitch, Dr. Mark, Special Assistant for Pharmaceutical Affairs, Office of
the Assistant Secretary for Health and Scientific Affairs, U.S. Depart-
ment of Health, Education, and Welfare (accompanied Dr. Roger O.
Egeberg, Assistant Secretary for Health and Scientific Affairs, U.S.
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare).
Patton, William, assistant general counsel of the Pharmaceutical Manu-
facturers Association (accompanied by Bruce J. Brennan, vice president
and general counsel, Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association) ------
Peterson, Harry N., attorney in the legislative department committee on
alcoholism and drug dependence of the American Medical Association's
Council on Mental Health) -

Ritger, Lee, Assistant General Counsel of the Treasury Department
(accompanied Eugene T. Rossides, Assistant Secretary for Enforcement
and Operation, Department of the Treasury).
Roberts, Carl, director of the legal division of the American Pharmaceutical
Association (accompanied William B. Hennessy, president, American
Pharmaceutical Association)_ _

Rossides, Eugene T., Assistant Secretary for Enforcement and Operations,
Department of the Treasury (accompanied by Lawrence Fleishman,
Assistant Commissioner of the Bureau of Customs; G. Gordon Leddy,
Special Assistant to the Secretary for Organized Crime; and Lee Ritger,
Assistant General Counsel of the Treasury Department).
Simmons, Willard B., executive secretary and general manager of the
National Association of Retail Druggists (accompanied by William E.
Woods, Washington representative, National Association of Retail
Druggists).

Sonnenreich, Michael R., Deputy Chief Counsel, Bureau of Narcotics and
Dangerous Drugs, U.S. Department of Justice_(accompanied John E.
Ingersoll, Director, Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, U.S.
Department of Justice).

Sonnenreich, Michael R., Deputy Chief Counsel, Bureau of Narcotics and
Dangerous Drugs, U.S. Department of Justice (accompanied John N.
Mitchell, Attorney General of the United States)..

Stoddard, Ezekiel, special counsel to the Pharmaceutical Manufacturers
Association (accompanied Bruce J. Brennan, vice president and general
counsel, Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association)
Tedesco, Samuel, superior court judge, Bridgeport, Conn..
Wallerstein, David, Washington representative for Mayor Yorty, city of
Los Angeles (accompanied Mayor Sam Yorty, of the city of Los Angeles) -
Willson, L. W., vice president of McKesson-Robbins Drug Co. (accom-
panied (William L. Ford, executive vice president, National Wholesale
Druggists' Association)__

Woods, William E., Washington representative, National Association of
Retail Druggists (accompanied Willard B. Simmons, executive secretary
and general manager of the National Association of Retail Druggists) __
Yolles, Dr. Stanley F., Director, National Institute of Mental Health..
Yorty, Sam, mayor of the city of Los Angeles (accompanied by Howard
Chappell, chairman of the Mayor's Citizens' Narcotics Committee of the
City of Los Angeles; and David Wallerstein, Washington representative
for Mayor Yorty, city of Los Angeles).

Zagorac, Michael, Jr., director of public affairs for the National Association
of Chain Drug Stores (accompanied Robert J. Bolger, vice president,
National Association of Chain Drug Stores) -

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CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF WITNESSES

SEPTEMBER 15, 1969

Mitchell, John N., Attorney General of the United States (accompanied by John E. Ingersoll, Director, Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, U.S. Department of Justice; and Michael R. Sonnenreich, Deputy Chief Counsel, Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, U.S. Department of Justice) –

SEPTEMBER 17, 1969

Yolles, Dr. Stanley F., Director, National Institute of Mental Health_ Cohen, Dr. Sidney, Director of the Division of Narcotic Addiction and Drug Abuse, National Institute of Mental Health__

SEPTEMBER 18, 1969

Tedesco, Samuel, Superior Court Judge, Bridgeport, Conn....
Curran, Hugh C., Mayor, Bridgeport, Conn...

Brill, Henry, chairman, committee on alcoholism and drug dependence
of the American Medical Association's Council on Mental Health
(accompanied by Paul R. M. Donelan and Harry N. Peterson,
attorneys in the legislative department, committee on alcoholism
and drug dependence of the American Medical Association's Council
on Mental Health).

Giordano, Bruno E., Mayor, Stamford, Conn.__

SEPTEMBER 24, 1969

Moss, Frank E., U.S. Senator, State of Utah.
Bear, Larry Alan, commissioner, Addiction Services Agency, Human
Resources Administration, City of New York (accompanied by
Mrs. Mary Jackson and Howard Josepher, two former mari-
huana users who have served time in prison for illegal use of the
drug)
Ailes, Stephen, attorney, representing S. B. Penick and Co., Merk &
Co., and Mallinckrodt Chemical Works (accompanied by William
Cody, general counsel of S. B. Penick Division of CPC International;
and Victor H. Knoop, general counsel of Mallinckrodt Cò.).
Dole, Dr. Vincent, professor and senior physician, Rockefeller Uni-
versity, New York City..-

SEPTEMBER 25, 1969

Lynch, Thomas C., attorney general of the State of California (accompanied by Miss Canoy Crawford, assistant attorney general of the State of California)

Mahaffey, Fred T., executive director, National Association of Boards
of Pharmacy (accompanied by John F. Atkinson of the law firm
of Witwer, Moran & Burlage, Chicago, Ill., which firm is general
counsel for the association) –

Yorty, Sam, mayor of the City of Los Angeles (accompanied by
Howard Chappell, chairman of the Mayor's Citizen's Narcotics
Committee of the City of Los Angeles; and David Wallerstein,
Washington representative for Mayor Yorty, City of Los Angeles) -

SEPTEMBER 26, 1969

Grosse, Bard, director, drug studies, U.S. National Student Association____

Gould, Dr. Robert E., senior psychiatrist in charge of adolescent
services of the Psychiatric Division of New York University-
Bellevue Medical Center, New York City---

Mueller, Capt. Joseph M., Chicago Police Department. -
Simmons, Willard B., executive secretary and general manager of the
National Association of Retail Druggists (accompanied by William
E. Woods, Washington representative, National Association of
Retail Druggists)__

Bolger, Robert J., executive vice president, National Association of
Chain Drug Stores (accompanied by Michael Zagorac, Jr., director
of public affairs for the association; and John R. McHugh, director
of professional services for Peoples Drug Stores, Inc.)-

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