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Feb 20 1963 (HC)

Farbenfebriken Bayer Aktiengesellschaft Vs. Joint Controller of Patent ...

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Feb-20-1963

Reported in : AIR1963Cal433,67CWN743

..... they did not possess either the technical or financial ability to work the patented invention. reference was made to the decision in the case of in re j. l. cathro's application reported in (1934) 51 rpc 75 ..... the controller was satisfied that the grounds specified in clauses (a), (b) and (c) of sub-section (2) of section 22 with respect to patent no. 43679 had been made out. he then proceeded to consider the objection of the patentee, viz., that the applicants were not 'persons interested' because ..... within the provisions of section 22. grounds (1), (3), (4) and (5) were also taken in opposition to the application for licence under patent no. 43679. 10. before the controller it was admitted by the representative of the patentee-'that in spite of a very large demand for theintermediates in ..... therein without undue delay and to the fullest extent that is reasonably practicable; (b) that the inventor or other person beneficially entitled to a patent shall receive reasonable remuneration having regard to the nature of the invention; (c) that the interests of any person for the time being working ..... application for a certificate under article 133(1)(c) of the constitution.2. the matter arises out of a decision of the controller of patents under the indian patents and designs act, 1911, holding that the respondent arlabs private limited should be granted the licences they seek. an appeal preferred there from .....

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May 27 1963 (FN)

Sperry Vs. Florida

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : May-27-1963

..... contained several other provisions, including one which would have prohibited any person "duly registered to practice in the patent office . . . [from holding] himself out as a patent attorney, patent lawyer, patent solicitor, or patent counselor unless he is legally admitted to practice law in the state . . . or in the district of columbia. [ footnote 26 ]" ..... approval of the secretary of commerce, may prescribe regulations governing the recognition and conduct of agents, attorneys, or other persons representing applicants or other parties before the patent office, and may require them, before being recognized as representatives of applicants or other persons, to show that they are of good moral character and reputation and are ..... , he ought not to establish such a rule. [ footnote 24 ] " page 373 u. s. 393 disclosure that persons were falsely holding themselves out to be registered patent practitioners led in 1938 to the enactment of legislation making such misrepresentation a criminal offense. [ footnote 25 ] this corrective legislation was under consideration for over a decade, and originally ..... 371 u.s. 875, to consider the significant, but narrow, questions thus presented. we do not question the determination that, under florida law, the preparation and prosecution of patent applications for others constitutes the practice of law. greenough v. tax assessors, 331 u. s. 486 ; murdock v. memphis, 20 wall. 590. such conduct inevitably requires the .....

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Jun 17 1963 (FN)

United States Vs. Singer Mfg. Co.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-17-1963

..... will do the same thing in france and other countries in accordance with the proper procedure in each country. this litigation will undoubtedly result either in the cancelling of their patent and patent applications, or, at any rate, severely limit the claims. on the other hand, if we were to refrain from instituting such proceedings, and if we were to ..... inadequacy of the monetary consideration were well founded, since singer received more than twice that amount in a two-year period from the one license it granted under the gegauf patent. that license, incidentally, was to sears, roebuck & company, which imported machines from europe. iii as we have noted with reference to the cross-license agreement, the trial court ..... the gegauf licensing negotiations, where, at those meetings, singer used "protection against the japanese" as "one of the strong points" on the cross-licensing of the gegauf and harris patents and applications. here, though the trial court stated that the "dominant and sole purpose of the license agreement was to settle the conflict in priority," it specifically, in the ..... granted. then followed this paragraph: "when i had the pleasure of meeting you last fall, we had some discussion relative to the procedures that might be followed to enforce the patents . . . , when issued, against infringing manufacturers who primarily are manufacturers in other countries seeking markets in the united states, and more and more throughout the entire world. these manufacturers .....

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Jul 19 1963 (HC)

Patent and Trade Mark Agencies Employees Union Vs. William Frederic De ...

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jul-19-1963

Reported in : AIR1964Cal80

..... and also gives the clerk directions and guidance to look under these headings'.in certain cases, searches also extended to finding out the name of the person to whom the patent had been granted. the information obtained by the clerk from these publications was checked by the technical officer with reference to the particulars of the given invention and thereafter ..... cases where the petitioners were instructed by the inventors personally and supplied sketches of the drawings to the petitioners the drawings were found not to be in conformation with the patents and designs rules regarding their size, manner of preparation etc., the petitioners had to get the drawings prepared in the proper form according to the rules. such drawings were ..... any trade or industry in respect of supply of those publications. with legard to item no. iii it was said that some of the petitioners' associates (persons practising as patents and trade marks agent abroad) instead of subscribing directly to the trade marks journal and the gazette of india paid their subscriptions through the petitioners. in such cases the petitioners ..... and prosecuting applications for the registration of trade marks on behalf of clients in india and abroad at the trade marks registry, and(c) advising clients regarding infringement of their patent and/or trade mark rights, conducting oppositions, appeals and all other matters relating thereto.3. the petitioners claim that in practising their profession they have to do various acts .....

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Nov 12 1963 (FN)

United States Vs. Zacks

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Nov-12-1963

..... (q) goes beyond the problem created by the commissioner's vacillation affecting tax years between 1946 and 1954. by treating royalty payments as capital gains without regard to whether the patent rights transferred were capital assets, 117(q) made the favorable treatment available to professional, as well as amateur, inventors. [ footnote 9 ] in addition, all royalties are treated ..... a sale or exchange of a capital asset, notwithstanding that the consideration for the license was royalties based on a percentage of the selling price of articles sold under the patent, and paid annually. 1946 -- 1 cum.bull. 3. on march 20, 1950, the commissioner reversed his position and announced the withdrawal of his acquiescence in myers, stating ..... than 6 months, regardless of whether or not payments in consideration of such transfer are --" "(a) payable periodically over a period generally coterminous with the transferee's use of the patent, or" "(b) contingent on the productivity, use, or disposition of the property transferred." " * * * *" "(4) applicability. -- this subsection shall apply with respect to any amount received, or payment made ..... to a claim for refund barred by the statute of limitations generally applicable to tax refund claims. in 1952, mrs. zacks received royalties of about $37,000 on patents all substantial rights under which she had transferred by way of an exclusive license to a manufacturing corporation. in accordance with the then prevailing rulings of the commissioner, the .....

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Dec 19 1963 (HC)

The Western India Match Company, Limited Vs. the Manohara Match Works, ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Dec-19-1963

Reported in : (1964)1MLJ355

..... discretion is to refuse registration when it is not clear that deception might not result from it. there is difference in the language of sections 72 and 73 of the patents, designs and trade marks act, 1883, of england and sections 11 and 12 of the trade and merchandise marks act, 1958 of india. the words 'calculated to deceive' found in ..... act, 1958.9. the learned advocate for the petitioners relied on the decision in eno v. dunn (1890) l.r. 15 a.c. 252. where it was held that the patents, designs and trade marks act, 1883, conferred upon the comptroller a discretion whether to register a trade mark or not and he ought to refuse registration where it was not .....

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Dec 19 1963 (HC)

The Western India Match Co. Ltd. Vs. the Manohara Match Works and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Dec-19-1963

Reported in : AIR1965Mad42

..... and merchandise marks act, 1958.(9) the learned advocate for the petitioners relied on the decision in eno v. dunn, (1890) 15 ac 252 where it was held that the patents, designs and trade marks act, 1883 conferred upon the comptroller a discretion whether to register a trade mark or not and he ought to refuse registration where it was not ..... discretion is to refuse registration when it is not clear that deception might not result form it. there is difference in the language of ss. 72 and 73 of the patents, designs and trade marks act 1883 of england and ss. 11 and 12, trade and merchandise marks act 1958 of india. the words 'calculated to deceive' found in the sections .....

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Jun 17 1963 (FN)

United States Vs. Philadelphia Nat'l Bank

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-17-1963

..... 22 ] a cash purchase of another bank's assets would not seem to be a fully effective method of corporate acquisition. in other industries, a cash purchase of plant, inventory, patents, trade secrets, and the like will often directly enhance the competitive position of the acquiring corporation, as in columbia steel co. but a bank desiring to increase its share of .....

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May 27 1963 (FN)

Boesch Vs. Udall

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : May-27-1963

..... as good as though secured by patent." wilbur v. united states ex rel. krushnic, 280 u. s. 306 , 280 u. s. 316 -317. [ footnote 8 ] the act originally authorized issuance ..... the state; and is 'real property,' subject to the lien of a judgment. . . . the owner is not required to purchase the claim or secure patent from the united states, but, so long as he complies with the provisions of the mining laws, his possessory right, for all practical purposes of ownership, is ..... moore v. robbins, supra, at 96 u. s. 533 , or whether the government continues to possess some measure of control over them. unlike a land patent, which divests the government of title, congress, under the mineral leasing act, has not only reserved to the united states the fee interest in the leased land, ..... cited is confined to so-called equitable interests, and that a lease, which is said to resemble more closely the legal interest conveyed by a land patent, is not subject to such power. we think that, no matter how the interest conveyed is denominated, the true line of demarcation is whether, as ..... confirmed by us in best v. humboldt placer mining co., 371 u. s. 334 . we are not persuaded by petitioner's argument -- based on cases holding that land patents, once delivered and accepted, could be canceled only in judicial proceedings ( e.g., 80 u. s. towsley, 13 wall. 72; moore v. robbins, 96 u. .....

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Dec 09 1963 (HC)

B.H. Honnalige Gowda Vs. State of Mysore and anr.

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Dec-09-1963

Reported in : AIR1964Kant84; AIR1964Mys84

..... or has not, in respect to the subject-matter of the statute, or in the method of enacting it, transgressed the limits of its constitutional powers. such transgression may be patent, manifest or direct, but it may also be disguised, covert and indirect and it is to this latter class of cases that the expression 'colourable legislation' has been applied in ..... to the old law and to ascertain the evil which the old law had occasioned was that lord halsbury said in eastman photographic materials co., ltd. v. comptroller-general of patents, 1898 ac 571 at. p. 575. although the view which once held the field was that no act of parliament can be considered by reference to history, it is now .....

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