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Law Officers, 78, 80, 118, 119
Obstructive patents, 29, 38, 79
One invention for each patent, 123
Opposition to grant, 78, 119
Outcome of construction, 87
Outlines of invention, 20
Paper anticipation, 66
Passing-off of goods, 41
Patent museum, 24
Patent, marking with word, 49
Patent Office, 116
Patents for improvements, 89, 94,
Permits to work, 10, 97
Personal property, 44
Petty Bag Office, 21
Pharmacy Act, 97
Phrases, Common, 91
Pioneer inventions, 89, 94
Pith and marrow of invention, 87
Prerogative, 24, 97
Primary elements, 89
Principles, 40, 62, 88
Priority applications, 114, 115
Privy Council, 16, 35, 70, 107
Procedure to obtain a patent, 122
Proctor's invention, 88
Proctor v. Bennis, 90, 130, 131
Profits, Account of, 102, 104
Profits, Future, 43, 51
Prolongations, 22, 32, 100
Property in patents, 25, 44, 99
Proprietary medicines, 49, 98
Prospectus of companies, 54
Provisional protection, 20, 21, 26,
72, 73, 113
Provisional specification, 72
Publications, Official and Parlia-
mentary, 119, 129
Public policy, 70
Public servants, 61
Statute of Monopolies, 15
Statutes and Rules in force, 129
Students' cases, 130
Subject matter, Sufficiency of, 67
Substituted patent, 64
Substitutes for patents, 36
Survivorship, Right of, 98
Terms in common use, 91
Territorial extent of patents, 22,
The Times, Article in, 23
Threats, 30, 102
Time, Computation of, 117
Titles, 74, 85
Type specification, 124
United States of America, 48, 115
User, Prior, 50, 64, 105
Value of patents, 48
Wasting assets, Patents as, 56
Weavers of Brabant, 10
Western Australia, 115
Work of the Patent Office, 117
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