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Page 284 - Having now particularly described and ascertained the nature of my said invention and in what manner the same is to be performed, I declare that what I claim is (d).
Page 319 - I think, any other general answer that can be given to this question than this: that the information as to the alleged invention given by the prior publication must, for the purposes of practical utility, be equal to that given by the subsequent patent. The invention must be shown to have been before made known. Whatever, therefore, is essential to the invention must be read out of the prior publication. If specific details are necessary for the practical working and real utility of the alleged invention,...
Page 494 - A word or words having no direct reference to the character or quality of the goods, and not being according to its ordinary signification a geographical name or a surname; 5.
Page 339 - ... the person making such threats : Provided that this section shall not apply if the person making such threats, with due diligence, commences and prosecutes an action for infringement of his patent.
Page 276 - Conrt thinks fit ; Or the Court may refuse the application ; and in either case may make such order with respect to the costs of the proceedings as the Court thinks fit.
Page 338 - ... any alleged manufacture, use, sale, or purchase of the invention, any person or persons aggrieved thereby may bring an action against him, and may obtain an injunction against the continuance of such threats, and may recover such damage (if any) as...
Page 45 - ... must state in his application the essential particulars of the trade mark, and must disclaim in his application any right to the exclusive use of the added matter, and a copy of the statement and disclaimer shall be entered on the register.
Page 271 - A trade mark, when registered, shall be assigned and transmitted only in connection with the goodwill of the business concerned in the particular goods or classes of goods for which it has been registered, and shall be determinable with that goodwill.
Page 276 - The provisions of this Act conferring a special jurisdiction on the court as defined by this Act, shall not, except so far as the jurisdiction extends, affect the jurisdiction of any court in Scotland or Ireland in any proceedings relating to patents or to designs or to trade marks ; and with reference to any such proceedings in Scotland, the term