Decisions of the Commissioner of Patents and of the United States Courts in Patent and Trade-mark and Copyright Cases
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Strona 57 - The Commissioner may, in his discretion, cause several patents to be issued for distinct and separate parts of the thing patented...
Strona 62 - July, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-six, to which this is additional, by reason of the same having been patented in a foreign country more than six months prior to his application : Provided, That the same shall not have been introduced into public and common use in the United States, prior to the application for such patent : And provided also, That in all cages every such patent shall be limited to the term of fourteen years from the date or publication of such foreign letters-patent.
Strona 104 - ... a new and useful pattern, print, or picture, to be either worked into, or on, any article of manufacture ; or a new and original shape or configuration of any article of manufacture — it is one or all of these that the law has in view.
Strona 74 - And the patent so reissued, together with the corrected description and specification, shall have the same effect and operation in law, on the trial of all actions hereafter commenced for causes subsequently accruing, as though the same had been originally filed in such corrected form, before the issuing of the original patent.
Strona 69 - ... decisions made by Examiners when adverse to the grant of letters patent; and also to revise and determine in like manner upon the validity of the decisions of Examiners in interference cases, and when required by the Commissioner in applications for the extension of patents, and to perform such other duties as may be assigned to them by the Commissioner; that from their decisions appeals may be taken to the Commissioner of Patents...
Strona 38 - The general rule is, that whatever is really embraced in the origirial invention, and so described or shown that it might have been embraced in the original patent, may be the subject of a reissue...
Strona 90 - ... additional , by reason of the same having been patented in a foreign country more than six months prior to his application: Provided , That the same shall not have been introduced into public and common use in the United States prior to the application for such patent: And provided, also, That in all cases every such patent shall be limited to the term of fourteen years from the date or publication of such foreign letters patent.
Strona 69 - The examiners-in-chief shall be persons of competent legal knowledge and scientific ability, whose duty it shall be, on the written petition of the appellant, to revise and determine upon the validity of the adverse decisions of examiners upon applications for patents, and for re-issues of patents, and in interference cases...
Strona 80 - And if the specification and claim shall not have been so modified as, in the opinion of the commissioner, shall entitle the applicant to a patent, he may, on appeal, and upon request in writing, have the decision of a board of examiners...
Strona 36 - ... other persons to assist him in carrying out that principle, and they, in the course of experiments arising from that employment, make valuable discoveries ancillary to the plan and preconceived design of the employer, such suggested improvements are in general to be regarded as the property of the party who discovered the original improved principle, and may be embodied in his patent as a part of his invention.