Hill v. Wallace, 257 U.S. 310 (1921)
U.S. Supreme CourtHill v. Wallace, 257 U.S. 310 (1921)
Hill v. Wallace
Argued on motion to modify restraining order December 5, 1921
Order entered December 12, 1921.*
257 U.S. 310
APPEAL FROM THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES
FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS
Order vacating stay, granting injunction pending appeal and requiring bond.
The order entered herein November 21, 1921, so far as it operates to stay proceedings pending the appeal is hereby vacated, and in lieu thereof it is ordered (the appellees not objecting) that, during the pendency of said appeal in this Court and for 20 days after final decree herein, the Board of Trade of the City of Chicago and its directors, appellees, are restrained from admitting to membership in said board any representative of a cooperative association of producers not otherwise admissible to membership under the rules of said board of trade in effect prior to the institution of this suit, and from making and filing or requiring appellants or any other of its members to make and file any report required by any rule or regulation issued by the Secretary of Agriculture under that Act of Congress approved August 24, 1921, entitled "The Future Trading Act," and from modifying its rules and bylaws in respect to admitting to membership any representative of any such cooperative association or in respect to the making and filing of such reports, in order to entitle said board of trade to be designated as a "contract market;"
And that, during the same period the appellee, Henry C. Wallace, Secretary of Agriculture, is restrained from designating the said Chicago Board of Trade as a "contract
market" except temporarily for and during said period, and is restrained from requiring said board of trade during said period to comply with the conditions and requirements of § 5 of said act as to the making and filing of reports showing the details and terms of transactions entered into by the board or the members thereof, or as to the keeping by the board or its members of a record showing the details and terms of said transactions, and from requiring the governing board of said Chicago Board of Trade during said period to admit to membership and the privileges thereof any representative of a cooperative association of producers not otherwise admissible to membership under the rules of said board of trade in effect prior to the institution of this suit;