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Page 18 - An Act to authorize the registration of trade-marks used in commerce with foreign nations or among the several States or with Indian tribes, and to protect the same,
Page 183 - Section endorses the resolution relating to process patent legislation adopted by the Section of Patent, Trademark and Copyright Law of the American Bar Association at its 1983 Annual Meeting.
Page 20 - The authority of congress extends to every part of interstate commerce and to every instrumentality or agency by which it is carried on: and the full control by congress of the subjects committed to Its regulation is not to be denied or thwarted by the commingling of interstate and intrastate operations.
Page 84 - ... which so nearly resemble a registered or known trade mark owned and in use by another and appropriated to merchandise of the same descriptive properties as to be likely to cause confusion or mistake in the mind of the public or to deceive purchasers...
Page 26 - That nothing in this Act contained, nor any Proceeding, Conviction, or Judgment to be had or taken thereupon, against any Banker, Merchant, Broker, Factor, Attorney, or other Agent as aforesaid, shall prevent, lessen, or impeach any Remedy at Law or in Equity which any Party aggrieved by any such Offence might or would have had if this Act had not been passed...
Page 92 - Consists of or comprises a name, portrait, or signature identifying a particular living individual except by his written consent, or the name, signature, or portrait of a deceased President of the United States during the life of his widow, if any, except by the written consent of the widow.
Page 20 - Congress can certainly regulate interstate commerce to the extent of forbidding and punishing the use of such commerce as an agency to promote immorality, dishonesty or the spread of any evil or harm to the people of other States from the State of origin. In doing this it is merely exercising the police power for the benefit of the public, within the field of interstate commerce.
Page 69 - States, shall have the same effect as the same application would have if filed in this country on the date on which the application for patent for the same invention was first filed in such foreign country...
Page 74 - The federal government is composed of twenty-four sovereign and independent States; each of which may have its local usages, customs, and common law. There is no principle which pervades the Union, and has the authority of law, that is not embodied in the constitution or laws of the Union. The common law could be made a part of our federal system, only by legislative adoption.
Page 4 - Tariff Act of 1930 [19 USCS 1526(d)], no article of imported merchandise which shall copy or simulate the name of any domestic manufacture, or manufacturer, or trader, or of any manufacturer or trader located in any foreign country which, by treaty, convention, or law affords similar privileges to citizens of the United States...

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