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Apr 23 1871 (PC)

V. Srinivasan and ors. Vs. Sundaramurthi and anr.

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (1972)1MLJ141

..... a schedule properties bearing door no. 12, angalamman koil street, in 1924. vaithilinga started a cigar company in or about 1932 with the trade mark kuttiman and paladi in the name of the plaintiff as sundaram and company. the trade went on till 1948. vaithilinga also started a soda factory in or about 1940 and was carrying on the business till his death ..... vaithilinga from the funds of the family business and items 4 and 5 were purchased subsequent to the death of vaithilinga from the funds of the soda factory, the family trade carried on by the first defendant. when vaithilinga had an attack of paralysis in or about 1946 at which time the plaintiff also left for villupuram to join the railway ..... earnirgs and continued it till 1962 and as it ended in a loss, he stopped the same. in respect of this business he submitted that there was no stock-in-trade in cigars or any materials and that the cigar factory started by him was not a continuation of the cigar factory of the joint family started by his father.6 .....

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Mar 12 1878 (PC)

Fleming and anr. Vs. Ralli and anr.

Court : Kolkata

..... any construction of these words, extend so as to cover the figures ' 2008'.25. the figures '2008' therefore not being any part of the plaintiffs' trade-mark proper, we have then to consider whether these figures have been so associated with the plaintiffs' name as to indicate, in the understanding of the public, that ..... the device in the appropriation of it to himself. but a trader who gives such a notice must, i think, he understood to confine his trade-mark proper to what is reasonably covered by the words. now it appears that the plaintiffs have, in conformity with this custom, made an announcement to the ..... and when a trader specially selects and appropriates to himself for the purpose of distinguishing his goods a device of this kind, that device becomes his trade-mark proper, and no one else is allowed to use it. but if, without any such special selection and appropriation, the goods of the trader do ..... chooses to pay for them.19. the plaintiffs claim the whole of that which is impressed upon the outside of each piece of cloth as their trade-mark. how far they can do this i shall have to consider in dealing with another part of the case. conceding for a moment that it ..... the name of 'nicol, fleming & co.' from that of 'ralli and mavrojani,' and who certainly could not understand, even if they could read the word 'trade-mark.' they might possibly, if they examined the print carefully, distinguish between a rose and turtle; but what they would naturally most be guided by is the general .....

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1880

Lord Vs. Steamship Company

Court : US Supreme Court

..... not applicable to vessels used in rivers or inland navigation, and this legislation therefore is relieved from the objection that proved fatal to the trademark law which was considered in trade-mark cases, page 102 u. s. 545 100 u. s. 82 . the commerce regulated is expressly confined to a kind over which congress has been given control. there is not here ..... of all mankind. she was navigating among the vessels of other nations, and was treated by them as belonging to the country whose flag she carried. true, she was not trading with them, but she was navigating with them, and consequently with them was engaged in commerce. if in her navigation she inflicted a wrong on another country, the united states .....

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1881

Supervisors Vs. Stanley

Court : US Supreme Court

..... only a mortgage by operation of the same statute, was valid. this court, in the two cases cited in the brief, united states v. reese, 92 u. s. 214 , and trade-mark cases, 100 u. s. 82 , concedes the general principle that the whole of a statute is not necessarily void because a part of it may be so. said the court .....

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Aug 17 1882 (PC)

Thomas Arthur Taylor Vs. Virasami Chetti and anr.

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (1883)ILR6Mad108

..... was not very closely copied, as discussed in leather cloth company v. american leather cloth company 11 h.l. 538. in this case the question is not whether the entire trade-mark of the plaintiff was colorably imitated. if such was the question, the case would require much discussion and consideration, which the facts of this case, and the law flowing out ..... company 11 h.l. 538. these principles are applied to different classes of cases--first, 'to those of imitation of the entire trade-marks, about which no question could exist: secondly,, to imitation so nearly resembling the entire original as to be colourable, though not fraudulently so [millington v. fox 3 m. & c. 338 ..... that plaintiff has acquired any exclusive right to the use of the talwar device.2. the issue was, whether defendants had infringed plaintiff's trade-mark.. the general principles on which the court gives relief in cases of trade-mark are to be found in perry v. truefitt 6 beav. 66 croft v. day 7 beav. 84 leather cloth company v. american leather cloth ..... by the plaintiff's witnesses that since some time in 1876 to the present the plaintiff has imported shirtings of different qualities marked with the device of talwars (along with the rest of the trade-mark), and that one quality has been marked with the figures of five talwars: that such goods have acquired in the madras market the name of talwar shirtings, from .....

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Mar 11 1886 (PC)

Garden Reach Spinning and Manufacturing Co. Ld. Vs. Empress of India C ...

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : (1885)ILR12Cal551

..... a case as this, in which, as i understand, a good deal of discussion necessarily took place as to the hearing of the authorities respecting the similarity or identity of trade marks used by the contending parties on the facts disclosed on affidavit, the judge before whom the matter came would, had he been asked to do so, have directed that costs .....

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Apr 05 1886 (FN)

Ferguson Vs. Arthur

Court : US Supreme Court

..... aforesaid labels was pasted a stamp; that the following is a copy thereof:" image:b page 117 u. s. 485 "that the following is a copy of the aforesaid circular:" " trade-mark:" " henry's calcined magnesia" " genuine calcined magnesia" " prepared by" " thomas and william henry" " manufacturing chemists" " east st. and st. peter, manchester" "and sold wholesale by them, and in london by .....

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May 11 1891 (FN)

Higgins Vs. Keuffel

Court : US Supreme Court

..... , 1883, entered and registered the said label in the united states patent office, pursuant to the act of congress of june 18, 1874, "to amend the law relating to patents, trade marks and copyrights," 18 stat. c. 301, and complied with all its requirements; that thereafter, on november 20, 1883, the commissioner of patents issued to him a certificate of the registration .....

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Sep 16 1895 (PC)

Queen-empress Vs. Croft

Court : Kolkata

Reported in : (1896)ILR23Cal174

..... also acts which it is said constitute offences under the merchandise marks act of 1889, that is to say, he had put false trade marks upon cases containing exciseable articles, and that he had made use of such false trade marks for his own trade; and it appears that, while the appeal was pending in ..... amounted to the., commission of acts which would constitute offences under the excise act, and also offences, distinct in their character, under the merchandise marks act. it appears to us that section 236 of the code of criminal procedure contemplates a state of facts constituting a single offence,, but where ..... the district magistrate, it being contended that the accused had been, on the previous occasion, put in peril of a conviction under the merchandise marks act, and therefore the previous proceedings operate as a bar to the institution of the present proceedings.3. the law upon the subject is ..... rule calling upon the district magistrate of 24-pergunnas to show cause why the proceedings instituted before him against the petitioner under the indian merchandise marks act of 1889 should not be quashed.2. it appears that the accused had been prosecuted under sections 53 and 61 of the excise ..... the court of the sessions judge, the complainant, on the basis of these acts, instituted proceedings against the accused under sections 486 and 487 of the indian penal code and sections 6 and 7 of the merchandise marks .....

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May 18 1896 (FN)

Singer Mfg. Co. Vs. June Mfg. Co.

Court : US Supreme Court

..... words "improved singer," with the word "chicago" at the lower part of the plate, and a monogram, "s. m. co.," with the words "trade mark" above such monogram. the oval plate thus used by the standard company continued to be used by the june company after the change of name; this fact ..... an ellipse. surrounding the upper half of the device were the words "the singer mfg. co., n.y." and underneath it were the words "trade mark;" beneath those words a wreath of flowers. this trademark was stamped on a brass page 163 u. s. 174 plate of oval shape, which plate ..... are made by the defendant, as distinguished from the sewing machines made by the singer manufacturing company; second, also perpetually enjoining the defendant from marking upon sewing machines or upon any plate or device connected therewith or attached thereto the word "singer," or words or letters equivalent thereto, without ..... : "abandonment in industrial property is an act by which the public domain originally enters or reenters into the possession of the thing (commercial name, mark or sign) by the will of the legitimate owner. the essential condition to constitute abandonment is that the one having a right should consent to ..... examination in chief, the following questions were asked this witness: "q. 72. for what purpose and for what object was the name 'singer' marked upon the machines of the complainant and its predecessors, and applied to them in advertising them?" "objected to by defendant's counsel as being merely .....

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