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Jul 26 1967 (HC)

Kimberly Clark Corporation Vs. Bay's Chemicals

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jul-26-1967

Reported in : (1969)2MLJ14

..... held that the respondents were entitled to maintain the entry in the register, and that the appellants had no cause of action. the appeal was dismissed, and the present letters patent appeal is instituted from the judgment of the learned judge.3. the grounds are restricted in scope, and there are only two arguments that appear to require notice at our ..... regards the sound, or the orthography.6. the learned judge has referred to the dictum of lord macnaghten in the eastman photographic materials company, ltd. v. the comptroller-general of patents, designs, and trade marks l.r. (1898) a.c. 571, and stressed that, on the test of what is an invented words, there may be no objection even if the ..... (venkatadri, j.) was right in declining to interfere with the registration of the word blotex on behalf of the firm of respondents, descriptive of this character of goods. the letters patent appeal is therefore dismissed with costs.

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Apr 29 1967 (HC)

Official Receiver of Ramanathapuram at Madurai Vs. Ar. Rm. Subramaniam ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-29-1967

Reported in : AIR1969Mad382

..... the learned district judge, who, however, declined to accept the contentions put forward on behalf of the official receiver. a further appeal to the high court failed, hence this letters patent appeal.3. mr. m.s. venkatarama aiyar, learned counsel for the official receiver, does not deny that the shares of the sons do not as such shares vest in the ..... our minds does not give any support to the arguments on behalf of the appellant.14. we noticed at the commencement of this judgment that the proceedings in this letters patent appeal are the result of an application made by the official receiver under section 4 of the act in which he sought a declaration that his right to sell the ..... . on the point that is before us, we are satisfied that the courts below rightly rejected the official receiver's petition under section 4 of the act.15. the letters patent appeal also fails and is dismissed, but, in the circumstances, there will be no order as to costs here.

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Jan 24 1967 (HC)

Pharm Products Ltd., Thanjavur and ors. Vs. District Revenue Officer, ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jan-24-1967

Reported in : AIR1969Mad448

..... duty based upon alcoholic content, several medicinal preparations which contained alcohol in small quantities which did not satisfy the 'potability' test, and which were in all respects similar to patent or proprietary medicines falling under item 14 (e) of the schedule to the central excise act, were escaping levy of excise duty and gaining an unfair advantage by reason of ..... or narcotic.nil8. after the amendment in 1961 the schedule was recast thus:-item no.description of dutiable goods.rate of duty.123 medicinal preparations : 1.medicinal preparations, being patent or proprietary medicines, containing alcohol and which are not capable of being consumed as ordinary alcoholic beverages.ten per cent ad valorem.2.medicinal preparations, containing alcohol which are prepared ..... excise duty calculated ad valorem at 10 per cent of the value on the patent or proprietary medicines manufactured by them subseauent to 1st june. 1961.2. the first contention of the petitioners in these cases, for challenging the correctness and validity of the ..... and toilet preparations excise duties act. 1955 (central act 16 of 1955) hereinafter called the act, as amended in 1961 have, after calling for returns of their manufacture of patent and proprietary medicines since 1st june, 1961, when an amendment to the aforesaid act was brought about under act xix of 1961, issued demands against the petitioners for payment of .....

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Apr 24 1967 (HC)

Eustace (H.D.V.) Vs. Southern Railway (by General Manager) and anr.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-24-1967

Reported in : (1968)IILLJ296Mad

..... to the better doctrine a person is in legal jeopardy when the jury is empannelled and ready to try him on a valid indictment and there is no latent or patent the cause proceeding to the end, observes then, if, contrary to his right and without his consent, the cause is suffered to break off before a verdict of acquittal or .....

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Jan 24 1967 (HC)

Pharm Products Limited and ors. Vs. the District Revenue Officer and o ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jan-24-1967

Reported in : (1968)2MLJ395

..... alcoholic content, several medicinal preparations which contained alcohol in small quantities which did not satisfy the ' potability ' test, and which were in all respects similar to patent or proprietary medicines falling under item 14 (e) of the schedule to the central excise act, were escaping levy of excise duty, and gaining an unfair ..... in 1961 the schedule was recast thus : ________________________________________________________________________________ item rate of no. description of dutiable goods. duty (1) (2) (3)________________________________________________________________________________ medicinal preparations1 medicinal preparations, being patent or pro- ten per cent. ad valorem. prietary medicines, containing alcohol and which are not capable of being consumed as ordinary alcoholic beverages.2 medicinal preparations, containing alcohol ..... petitioners for payment of excise duty calculated ad valorem at 10 per cent. of the value on the patent or proprietary medicines manufactured by them subsequent to 1st june, 1961.2. the first contention of the petitioners in these cases, for challenging the correctness and ..... excise duties act, 1955 (central act xvi of 1955) hereinafter called the act, as amended in 1961 have, after calling for returns of their manufacture of patent and proprietary medicines since 1st june, 1961, when an amendment to the aforesaid act was brought about under act xix of 1961, issued demands against the .....

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Nov 03 1967 (HC)

V. Mohamed Haneef and Co. and Ors. Vs. Regional Director, Employees' S ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-03-1967

Reported in : AIR1969Mad155; (1969)ILLJ586Mad

..... addl. commissioner for workmen's compensation was not correct. before the learned judge the very maintainability of the appeal was questioned. but the learned judge overruled the objection. the letters patent appeal has been preferred by the regional director against the decision of venkatadri, j., inasmuch as the maintainability of the appeal has been questioned and the owners of the tannery ..... , has come to this court praying for the issue of writ of mandamus, against the respondent directing him to forbear from enforcing the provisions of the act.3. the letters patent appeal no. 43 of 1964 and w. p. no. 2652 of 1966 relate to another tannery located at vaniyambadi in north arcot district. the east asiatic company (india) private ltd ..... . p. a. no. 43 of 1964 is therefore dismissed. having regard to all the circumstances, there will be no order as to costs in the writ petitions and the letters patent appeal. .....

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Aug 01 1967 (HC)

Tirumalaisami Naicker Vs. Villagers of Kadambur, Athur Taluk, Represen ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-01-1967

Reported in : AIR1969Mad108

natesan, j.1. two questions are raised in this letters patent appeal from the decision of our learned brother, kailasam, j. first it is contended that the suit not having been instituted in conformity with and as provided for under the ..... defendant in his capacity as trustee appointed by the religious endowments board. it follows that this plea of non-joinder of other trustees also fails.in the result the letters patent appeal fails and is dismissed with costs.

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Jan 23 1967 (HC)

Loganathan, Minor and ors. Vs. Ponnuswami Naicker and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jan-23-1967

Reported in : AIR1969Mad15

..... , is unlawful'. when there is no pre-existing obligation, the inference that the security or note was given in consideration of dropping the prosecution may in a given case be patent. but when there is a pre-existing legal obligation and the security or note is given for it, it must be made out from the evidence, true the evidence will ..... natesan, j. 1. this is an appeal under the letters patent from the decision of our learned brother venkatadri, j., confirming the judgment of the court of first instance, plaintiffs 1 and 2 are the appellants. the facts of the case .....

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Aug 24 1967 (HC)

Sinnaraj Pillai and ors. Vs. Ramayee Ammal and anr.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-24-1967

Reported in : AIR1969Mad96; (1967)2MLJ639

1. this is a letters patent appeal from the decision of our learned brother srinivasar, j., and is preferred by the defenants in a suit relating to certain landed properties praying for permanent injunction or in .....

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Aug 23 1967 (HC)

The Andhra Perfumery Works Joint Family Concerns Vs. Karupakula Suryan ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-23-1967

Reported in : AIR1969Mad126

..... his neighbour's rights is to convert his piracy into a lawful trade.'10. the next authority that we propose to examine is national starch manufacturing co. v. munn's patent maizena and starch co., 1894 ac 275. without proceeding into unnecessary particulars, we may state that in 1956 the appellants in that case invented 'maizena' as their trade 'mark for .....

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