Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Solicitor General Jackson, with whom Assistant Attorney General Arnold, and Messrs. John S.L. Yost, Charles J. McCarthy, Robert K. McConnaughey, and Mastin G. White were on the brief of the United States in No. 771, for appellants.
Messrs. Milo R. Kniffen and Louis S. Wallach were on a brief for appellant in No. 826; Messrs. Seward A. Miller and Edward Schoeneck were on a brief for appellant in No. 827; and Messrs. Edmund F. Cooke and John E. Larson were on a brief for appellant in No. 828.
Mr. Leonard Acker for the Central New York Co-operative Assn., and Mr. Willard R. Pratt for the Rock Royal Co-operative, Inc., et al., appellees.
By leave of Court, briefs of amici curiae were filed in No. 771 by Messrs. Claude T. Reno, Attorney General of Pennsylvania, and Harry Polikoff, Deputy Attorney General, on behalf of that State, urging the validity of Order No. 27; and by Mr. Henry S. Manley on behalf of the New York State Guernsey Breeders Co-operative, Inc. et al.
Supreme Court of United States.
MR. JUSTICE REED delivered the opinion of the Court.
These appeals involve the validity of Order No. 27 of the Secretary of Agriculture, issued under the Agricultural Marketing Agreement Act of 1937,1 regulating the handling of milk in the New York metropolitan area.
On October 27, 1938, the United States of America filed a complaint against the Rock Royal Co-operative, Inc., the Central...
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