FDA Notices of Judgment Collection, 1908-1966

1043. Misbranding of Balm and Gilead Herb Tonic, Manning's Asthma Plaster, Asthma Tea, D. R. Manning Asthma Salve, Manning Princess Gaynell Hair Tonic, D. R. Manning's Throat Gargle, D. R. Manning Antiseptic Douch Powder, Manning's Whoa Liniment, an article labeled "For Nervous Run Down Women," Blood Tonic, and Blood and Liver Capsules. U. S. v. Donald R. Manning (Manning Herb House). Plea of guilty. Defendant placed on probation for 3 years.

Case Number:
1043
Collection:
Drugs and Devices, 1940-1963
Evidence Numbers:
F. D. C. No. 8781. Sample Nos. 80081-E to80091-E, incl.
Date Issued:
March 1945
Seizure Dates:
March 30, 1942
Product Keywords:
Balm and Gilead Herb Tonic, Manning's Asthma Plaster, Asthma Tea, D. R. Manning Asthma Salve, Manning's Princess Gaynell Hair Tonic, D. R. Manning Throat Gargle, D. R. Manning Antiseptic Douch Powder, Manning's Whoa Liniment, an article labeled "For Nervous Run Down Women," Blood Tonic, and Blood and Liver Capsules
Defendant Names:
Donald R. Manning, trading as the Manning Herb House, Bessemer, Ala.
Court Jurisdiction:
Northern District of Alabama
Seizure Location:
Ohio
Shipped From:
Alabama
Shipped To:
Ohio
Copyright:
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