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Obstructive patents, 29, 38, 79
Legal considerations, 48

One invention for each patent, 123
Legal representatives, 61, 98, 108 Opposition to extension, 100
Letters patent, 96

Opposition to grant, 78, 119
Liardet v. Johnson, 19

Outcome of construction, 87
Liberia, 114

Outlines of invention, 20
Library of Patent Office, 120
Licences, 35, 106, 107

Paper anticipation, 66
Lunatics, 61

Paraguay, 115
Machinery temp. Coke, 16

Passing-off of goods, 41
Madeira, 115

Patent museum, 24
Manufactures, 15, 62

Patent, marking with word, 49
Married women, 61

Patent Office, 116
Master and servant, 61

Patent-world, 35
Master-patents, 89, 94, 95, 131

Patents for improvements, 89, 94,
Matthews, 13

131
Mechanical equivalents, 90, 131

Permits to work, 10, 97
Medicines, 49, 97, 98

Personal property, 44
Merchandise Marks Act, 98 ·

Petty Bag Office, 21
Mexico, 115

Pharmacy Act, 97
Mill, John Stuart, 26

Phrases, Common, 91
Minors, 61

Pioneer inventions, 89, 94
Mischievous to the State, 69,

Pith and marrow of invention, 87
Misuse of patents, 29

Pleadings, 104
Mitchell, Sir Francis, 15

Portugal, 115
Modern views, 33

Prerogative, 24, 97
Mompesson, Sir Giles, 15

Primary elements, 89
Money grants, 36

Principles, 40, 62, 88
Monopolies, 12

Priority applications, 114, 115
Moreton, Chancellor, II

Privy Council, 16, 35, 70, 107

Procedure to obtain a patent, 122
Mortgages, 108
Most-favoured-nation clauses, 114

Proctor's invention, 88
Mudge, 36

Proctor v. Bennis, 90, 130, 131
Munitions of war, 20, 36, 108

Profits, Account of, 102, 104

Profits, Future, 43, 51
Nasmith, 18

Prolongations, 22, 32, 100
Nature of invention, 72, 73, 85

Property in patents, 25, 44, 99
Navigation, Invention for use in,

Proprietary medicines, 49, 98
103

Prospectus of companies, 54
Netherlands, 115

Provisional protection, 20, 21, 26,
New Zealand, 115

72, 73, 113
Norway, 115

Provisional specification, 72
Notice, 99

Publication, 63
Novelty, 63

Publications, Official and Parlia-
O Forms, 72

mentary, 119, 129
Observations for students, 129, 131

Public policy, 70

Public servants, 61

Statute of Monopolies, 15

Statutes and Rules in force, 129
Quorum of Privy Councillors, 112

Students' cases, 130
Queensland, 115

Sturtevant, 18

Subject matter, Sufficiency of, 67
References to prior patents, 53, 79 Substantially as described, 94
Refusal of patents, 78, 119

Substituted patent, 64
Register, 46, 98

Substitutes for patents, 36
Relation of specifications, 75

Surinam, 115
Renewal fees, 110

Survivorship, Right of, 98
Repairs, 103

Sweden, 115
Reports of patent cases, 120, 130 Switzerland, 115
Residence abroad, 60
Revivals of patents, 100

Tasmania, 115
Revocation by the Courts, 110 Taxation of inventors, 37
Revocation by Privy Council, 16, Term of patents, 22, 97, 109
35, 70, 110, 111

Terms in common use, 91
Rights, Nature of patent, 42

Territorial extent of patents, 22,
Roll of agents, 121

97
Rolls Chapel, 21, 119

The Times, Article in, 23
Royal Society, 18

Threats, 30, 102
Rules of Construction, 83

Time, Computation of, 117
Rules, Patents, 129

Titles, 74, 85

Trusts, 99
Santo Domingo, 115

Tunis, 115
Scarecrow patents, 29

Turkey, 113
Schiedame, John of, 10

Type specification, 124
Seal, 106, 117
Secondary elements, 89

United States of America, 48, 115
Secret using or working, 65 Unpatentable projects, etc., 39
Servant and master, 61

Uruguay, 115
Servia, 115

User, Prior, 50, 64, 105
Sheriff's seizure, 45, 46, 108 Using or putting into practice, 103
Signature as agent, 121

Utility, 69
Signet and Privy Seal, Clerks of,
117

Value of patents, 48
Smith, Adam, 33
Spain, 115

Wasting assets, Patents as, 56
Specific references, 79

Weavers of Brabant, 10
Specifications, 17, 19, 71

Western Australia, 115
Stamped Forms, where obtainable, Whig sentiment, 19
123

Work of the Patent Office, 117
Statement of claim, 74, 86, 104 World-wide patents, 113

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