A few words on letters patent for inventions

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Bemrose & Sons, 1884 - 25 pages

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Page 25 - ... for the purpose of ascertaining whether the complete specification has been prepared in the prescribed manner, and whether the invention particularly described in the complete specification is substantially the same as that which is described in the provisional specification.
Page 22 - Privy Council, that this our grant is contrary to law, or prejudicial or inconvenient to our subjects in general, or that the said invention is not a new invention as to the public use and exercise thereof within our United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and Isle of Man, or that the said patentee is not the first and true inventor thereof within this realm as aforesaid, these our letters patent shall forthwith determine, and be void to all intents and purposes, notwithstanding anything hereinbefore...
Page 24 - Trade, who shall, if required, hear the applicant and the comptroller, and may make an order determining whether, and subject to what conditions, if any, registration is to be permitted.
Page 22 - Man, in such manner as to him or them may seem meet, and that the said patentee shall have and enjoy the whole profit and advantage from time to time accruing by reason of the said invention, during the term of fourteen years from the date hereunder written of these presents...
Page 23 - ... herein-before contained : Provided also that nothing herein contained shall prevent the granting of licences in such manner and for such considerations as they may by law be granted : And lastly, we do by these presents for us, our heirs and successors, grant unto the said patentee that these our letters patent shall be construed in the most beneficial sense for the advantage of the said patentee.
Page 21 - VICTORIA, by the grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland Queen, Defender of the Faith; to all to whom these presents shall come greeting...
Page 21 - Know ye, therefore, that We, of our especial grace, certain knowledge, and mere motion do by these presents, for us, our heirs and successors, give and grant unto the said...
Page 21 - ... that he is the true and first inventor thereof; and that the same is not in use by any other person or persons, to the best of his knowledge and belief.
Page 21 - Patent for the sole use and advantage of his said invention : And whereas the said inventor hath by and in his complete specification particularly described the nature of his invention...
Page 24 - J shall refer every application to an examiner, who shall ascertain and report to the comptroller whether — The nature of the invention has been fairly described, and — The application, specification, and drawings (if any) have been prepared in the prescribed manner, and — The title sufficiently indicates the subject matter of the invention.

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