Inc. Baldwin v. G. A. F. Seelig
Significance, The Cross-appeal, Violation Of The Commerce Clause, Keeping Trade Open Between The States
Baldwin, for the state of New York
G. A. F. Seelig, Inc.
That G. A. F. Seelig, Inc., a milk distributor, had no right under the New York Milk Control Act to sell milk in New York state, milk that had been purchased outside the state at a price lower than the minimum established by the act.
Justices for the Court
Louis D. Brandeis, Pierce Butler, Benjamin N. Cardozo (writing for the Court), Charles Evans Hughes, James Clark McReynolds, Owen Josephus Roberts, Harlan Fiske Stone, George Sutherland, Willis Van Devanter
Date of Decision
4 March 1935
The New York Milk Control Act violated the commerce clause of the U.S. Constitution.
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