Pursuant to the authorization of Section 8 (3) of the Agricultural Adjustment Act, the Secretary of Agriculture issued a blanket license in the Baltimore Sales Area whereby the distributors of fluid milk or its products in the current of interstate or foreign commerce were subjected to detailed regulation of production and purchase and resale prices. The plaintiff dairy company, handling milk produced and consumed exclusively within the state, sought an in junction against the enforcement of the license. Held, in granting a final decree, that the plaintiff's activities were not in the current of and that they did not in any way affect interstate commerce so that they could be subjected to the regulations imposed by the license. Royal Farms Dairy, Inc. v. Wallace, (D. C. Md. 1934) 8 F. Supp. 975.
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW - AGRICULTURAL ADJUSTMENT ACT - VALIDITY OF MILK LICENSES UNDER SECTION 8 (3),
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