Report of the United States Tariff Commission to the President of the United States Under the Provisions of Section 316 of Title III of the Tariff Act of 1922: Opinion, Findings and Recommendations in the Matter of Alleged Unfair Methods of Competition and Unfair Acts in the Importation and Sale of Synthetic Phenolic Resin, Form C and Articles Made Wholly Or in Part Thereof
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Page 31 - Any refusal of entry under this section shall continue in effect until the President shall find and instruct the Secretary of the Treasury that the conditions which led to such refusal of entry no longer exist. (h) DEFINITION. — When used in this section and in sections 338 and 340, the term
Page 30 - Commission made an investigation and afforded appropriate hearings to parties interested under the provisions of subdivisions (b) and (c) of that section. From the findings of said commission an appeal was taken within the time and in the manner prescribed in subdivision (c) of said section. The Court of Customs and Patent Appeals affirmed the findings of the commission. A petition for a writ of certiorari for the Supreme Court of the United States to review the decision of the Court of Customs and...
Page 5 - Unfair methods of competition and unfair acts in the importation of articles into the United States...
Page 11 - The claim is a statutory requirement, prescribed for the very purpose of making the patentee define precisely what his invention is; and it is unjust to the public, as well as an evasion of the law, to construe it in a manner different from the plain import of its terms.
Page 17 - PRESIDING OFFICER'S RECOMMENDATION, RELIEF, BONDING AND THE PUBLIC INTEREST Recommendation of "no violation" issued. In connection with the Commission's investigation, under Section 337 of the Tariff Act of 1930, of alleged unfair methods of competition and unfair acts in the importation and sale of certain...
Page 13 - And it may be stated broadly that any conduct, the natural and probable tendency and effect of which Is to deceive the public so as to pass off the goods or business of one person as and for that of another, constitutes actionable unfair competition.
Page 10 - For the grant of Letters Patent is prima facie evidence that the patentee is the first inventor of the device described in the Letters Patent and of its novelty.
Page 13 - What shall constitute unfair methods of competition denounced by the act, is left without specific definition. Congress deemed it better to leave the subject without precise definition, and to have each case determined upon its own facts, owing to the multifarious means by which it is sought to effectuate such schemes. The Commission, in the first instance, subject to the judicial review provided, has the determination of practices which come within the scope of the act.