Reports of Patent, Design, and Trade Mark Cases, Volume 15

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Published at the Patent Office Sales Branch, 1898 - Design protection
 

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Page 123 - ... for the term of fourteen years or under, hereafter to be made of the sole working or making of any manner of new manufactures within this Realm, to the true and first inventor and inventors of such manufactures, which others at the time of making such letters patents and grants shall not use...
Page 478 - In all cases the object is to see what is the intention expressed by the words used. But from the imperfection of language it is impossible to know what that intention is without inquiring...
Page 95 - 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 80 - ... an action against him, and may obtain an injunction against the continuance of such threats, and may recover such damage (if any) as...
Page 580 - Finds the pursuers liable to the defender in expenses; allows an account thereof to be given in, and remits the same when lodged to the Auditor, to tax and to report.
Page 284 - On the other hand, there may be a valid patent for a new combination of materials previously in use for the same purpose, or for a new method of applying such materials.
Page 374 - Ordinance, or by any entry made without sufficient cause in any such register, make such order for making, expunging, or varying the entry as the Court thinks fit...
Page 478 - But from the imperfection of language it is impossible to know what that intention is without inquiring further and seeing what the circumstances were with reference to which the words were used, and what was the object appearing from those circumstances which the person using them had in view ; for the meaning of words varies according to the circumstances with respect to which they were used.
Page 483 - ... an invented word or invented words ; or (e) a word or words having no reference to the • character or quality of the goods, and not being a geographical name.
Page 38 - Lordships, namely, that you cannot have a patent for a well-known mechanical contrivance merely when it is applied in a manner or to a purpose, which is not quite the same, but is analogous to the manner or the purpose in or to which it has been hitherto notoriously used.

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