The Patentee's Manual: Being a Treatise on the Law and Practice of Letters Patent Especially Intended for the Use of Patentees and Inventors ; with an Appendix of Statutes, Rules, and Foreign and Colonial Patent Laws, International Convention and Protocol

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Page 345 - ... letter containing the same would be delivered in the ordinary course of post ; and, in proving the service of such notice, it shall be sufficient to prove that the Notice was properly addressed and put into the post.
Page 361 - ... deemed to have been served and received respectively at the time when the letter containing the same would be delivered in the ordinary course of post, and in proving such service or sending it shall be sufficient to prove that it was properly addressed and put into the post...
Page 333 - At the hearing, no evidence shall, except by leave of the Court or a Judge, be admitted in proof of any alleged infringement or objection of which particulars are not so delivered.
Page 341 - means any manner of new manufacture the subject of letters patent and grant of privilege within section 26 of the Statute of Monopolies (that is, the Act of the twenty-first year of the reign of King James the First, chap.
Page 326 - Reports of examiners shall not in any case be published or be open to public inspection, and shall not be liable to production or inspection in any legal proceeding...
Page 324 - A complete specification, whether left on application or subsequently, must particularly describe and ascertain the nature of the invention, and in what manner it is to be performed, and must be accompanied by 2 drawings, if required.
Page 371 - Where, under these Rules, any person is required to do any act or thing, or to sign any document, or to make any declaration on behalf of himself or of any body corporate, or any document or evidence is required to be produced to or left with the Comptroller, or at the Patent Office, and it is shown to the satisfaction of the Comptroller that from any reasonable cause...
Page 293 - Where any person claiming to be the patentee of an invention, by circulars, advertisements, or otherwise, threatens any other person...
Page 326 - Office of opposition to the grant of the patent on the ground of the applicant having obtained the invention from him, or from a person of whom he is the legal representative, or on the ground that the invention has been patented in this country on an application of prior date...
Page 94 - Trade, or the publication of any description of the invention during the period of the holding of the exhibition, or the use of the invention for the purpose of the exhibition in the place where the exhibition is held, or the use of the invention during the period of the holding...

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