Petition to review an order of the Federal Trade Commission requiring the petitioner to cease and desist certain trade methods found to be unfair. Held, that while the petitioner had a right to refuse to sell goods to those who did not sell them at the suggested resale prices, with the further right to state to them its reasons for so doing, the petitioner was rightly ordered to desist from requiring dealers, placing orders, to give assurance that they would be governed by the suggested resale prices as a condition precedent to the acceptance of the orders. Shakespeare Co. v. Federal Trade Commission (C. C. A. 6th, 1931) 50 F.(2d) 758.