United States Circuit Courts of Appeals reports Volume 3

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Sinopsis: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1893 Excerpt: ...which is merely its agent, and which is therefore not a necessary party. AppP£ll from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Northern District of California. In Equity. Suit by the Brush Electric Company, the California Electric Light Company, and the San Jose Light & Power Company against the Electric Improvement Company of San Jose, for infringement of a patent. In the circuit court the Brush Electric Company filed a motion to be dismissed from the case, which was denied,(49 Fed. Rep. 73,) and thereupon it took an appeal from the order ofdenial. A motion was made to dismiss the appeal on the ground that the order was not a final, appealable decree. This motion was also denied. 7 U. b'. App. 208, 2 C. C. A. 373, 51 Fed. Rep. 557. The hearing is now upon the merits of the appeal. Aflirmed. H. P. Bowie, for appellant. There is no implied authority in any license contract under the patent laws of the United States, vesting absolutely in the licensee the right to use the name of the owner of the patent to restrain infringements in a territory covered by the license. The monopoly granted to the patentee is created by act of congress. It differs in its nature from all other monopolies, and no rights can be acquired in it unless authorized by statute, and in the manner the statute prescribes. To enable any one to sue in his own name for an infringement of patent rights, he must have the entire and unqualified monopoly which is conferred by the statute upon the patentee, and which consists in the exclusive right, or an undivided interest in the exclusive right. to the entire United States. or to a specified portion thereof, to manufacture. use. and vend, and to authorize others to manufacture, use. and vend, the patented invention. Any right...

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