The London journal of arts and sciences (and repertory of patent inventions) [afterw.] Newton's London journal of arts and sciences, Volume 13

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William Newton
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Page 188 - ... on the written petition of the applicant for that purpose being filed, to revise and determine upon the validity of 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...
Page 190 - ... in any suit for infringement, by the party failing so to mark, no damages shall be recovered by the plaintiff, except on proof that the defendant was duly notified of the infringement, and continued, after such notice, to make, use, or vend the article so patented.
Page 187 - ... unless his fee for going to, returning from, and one day's attendance at, the place of examination, are paid or tendered to him at the time of the service of the subpoena.
Page 190 - Patented,' together with the day and year the patent was granted, or when, from the character of the article, this cannot be done, by fixing to It, or to the package wherein one or more of them is...
Page 188 - An act to promote the progress of the useful arts, and to repeal all acts and parts of acts heretofore made for that purpose," approved July fourth, eighteen hundred and thirty-six.
Page 191 - And be it further enacted, That all patents hereafter granted shall remain in force for the term of seventeen years from the date of issue ; and all extensions of such patents is hereby prohibited.
Page 353 - These observations were obtained by means of thermometers placed in bore-holes at various depths, during the sinking of one of the deepest mines in England, namely, the coal mine belonging to FD Astley, Esq., at Dukinfield. The bore-holes were driven to such a depth as to be unaffected by the temperature of the shaft, and the thermometers were left in them for periods varying from half an hour to two hours.
Page 190 - ... upon failure of the applicant to prosecute the same within one year after any action therein, of which notice shall have been given to the applicant, they shall be regarded as abandoned by the parties thereto, unless it be shown to the satisfaction of the Commissioner of Patents that such delay was unavoidable...
Page 188 - ... 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...
Page 188 - The Commissioner of Patents may restore to the respective applicants, such of the models belonging to rejected applications as he shall not think necessary to be preserved, or he may sell or otherwise dispose of them after the application has been finally rejected for one year, paying the proceeds into the treasury, as other patent moneys are directed to be paid.

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