FDA Notices of Judgment Collection, 1908-1966

4852. Misbranding of " Constitutional Tonic Catarrh Remedy." U. S. v. Chauncey B. Littlefield et al. (Littlefield & Co.). Plea of guilty by defendant Littlefield. Fine, $50 and costs. Information nolle prossed as to other defendants.

Case Number:
4852
Collection:
Foods and Drugs, 1908-1943
Evidence Numbers:
F. & D. No. 6446. I. S. No. 8061-c.
Date Issued:
September 25, 1917
Seizure Dates:
October 17, 1912
Product Keywords:
Constitutional Tonic Catarrh Remedy
Defendant Names:
Chauncey B. Littlefield, Olive Rand Clarke, Arthur E. Clarke, and William C. Clarke, trading as Littlefield & Co., Manchester, N. H.
Court Jurisdiction:
District of New Hampshire
Seizure Location:
New Hampshire
Shipped From:
New Hampshire
Shipped To:
Massachusetts
Copyright:
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