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1911, March 3, ch. 231, 36 Stat. 1087. See 1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, § 4, 41 Stat.
Judicial Code.

309

17
1913, March 4, ch. 150, 37 Stat. 938. 999 1919, Oct. 28, ch. 35, tit. 2, $$ 5, 9, 41 Stat.
1913, March 4, ch. 150, § 8(96), 37 Stat. 309, 311..

887
995

999 1919, Oct. 28, ch, 85, tit. 2, $8 21-23, 41
1913, Oct. 3, ch. 16, 38 Stat. 114.
41 Stat. 314.

694
1913, Oct. 3, ch. 16, 8 III, N, 38 Stat. 187 41 1919, Oct, 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, § 25, 41 Stat.
1914, Jan. 17, ch. 9, 38 Stat. 275..
352 315

916
1914, Jan. 20, ch. 11, 38 Stat. 278.. 5.90 1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, § 26, 41 Stat.
1914, Sept. 2, ch. 293, 38 Stat. 711. 416 315

.35, 916
1914, Oct. 15, ch. 323, $ 16, 38 Stat. 737.. 96 1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, § 28, 41 Stat.
1914, Dec. 17, ch. 1, 38 Stat. 785.
359 316

916
1914, Dec. 17, ch. 1, $$ 1, 6, 38 Stat. 785, 1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, § 32, 41 Stat.
789. Amended 1919, Feb. 24, ch. 18, $$

317

286
1006, 1007, 40 Stat. 1130, 1132.

352 1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, $ 35, 41 Stat.
1915, March 4, ch, 153, § 4, 38 Stat. 1165 234 317

973
1915, March 4, ch. 153, § 11(a), 38 Stat. 1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, $ 38, 41 Stat.
1168. Amended 1920, June 5, ch. 250, S

319

.916, 973
32, 41 Stat. 1006.
234 1919, Oct. 29, ch. S9, 41 Stat. 324.

124
1915, March 4, ch. 153, § 11(e), 38 Stat. 1919, Oct. 29, ch. 89, § 3, 41 Stat. 325. 460
1168

234 1919, Oct. 29, ch. 89, § 4, 41 Stat. 325. 444
1915, March 4, ch. 169, 38 Stat. 1192. 132 1919, Oct. 29, ch. 89, § 5, 41 Stat. 325. 372
1915, March ch. 169, § 1, 38 Stat. 1192 74 1920, Feb. 28, ch. 91, 41 Stat. 456.. 622
1916, Aug. 29, ch. 415, 39 Stat. 538., 950 1920, Feb. 28, ch. 91. $ 206, 41 Stat. 461.. 242
1916, Aug. 29, ch. 415, § 41, 39 Stat. 54 102 1920, March 1, ch. 92, 41 Stat. 500.. 986
1916, Aug. 29, ch. 417, 39 Stat. 587. 416 1920, March 1, ch. 92, 88 4, 5, 41 Stat. 500,
1916, Sept. 6,' ch. 448,'$ 4, 39 Stat. 727:: 70 501

986
1916, Sept. 8, ch. 463, 39 Stat. 756... 764 1920, March 9, ch. 97, 41 Stat. 525. 214
1917, Feb. 5, ch. 29, § 3, 39 Stat. 875..38, 433 1920, March 30, ch. 111, 41 Stat. 537. 371
1917, Feb. 5, ch. 29, § 3, proviso 7, 39 1920, March 30, ch. 111, § 5, 41 Stat. 537 371
Stat. 875....

433 1920, June 5, ch. 250, 41 Stat. 988... 47
1917, Feb. 5, ch. 29, § 33, 39 Stat. 896. 433 1920, June 5, ch. 250, $ 32, 41 Stat. 1006 234
1917, Feb. 5, ch. 29, $ 34, 39 Stat. 896.

1920, June 5, ch. 250, $ 33, 41 Stat. 1007.. 799

433, 980 1921, Nov. 23, ch. 134, § 2, 42 Stat. 222.. 339
1917, March 4, ch. 180, 39 Stat. 1168.... 289 1921, Nov. 23, ch. 137, 42 Stat. 322. 989
1917, May 18, ch. 15, § 5, 40 Stat. 80. 751 1922, May 26, ch. 202. 42 Stat. 596. 352
1917, June 15, ch. 30, tit. 11, 40 Stat. 228 736 1922, Sept. 21, ch. 356, 42 Stat. 858. 339
1917, June 15, ch. 30, tit. 11, § 6, 40 Stat. 1922, Sept. 21, ch. 356, schedule 8, pars.
229
570 802, 813, 42 Stat. 897, 898.

309
1917, Aug. 10, ch. 53, § 4, 40 Stat. 277... 363 1922, Sept. 21, ch, 356, § 586, 42 Stat. 980 339
1917, Aug. 10, ch. 53, § 5. 40 Stat. 277... 467 1922, Sept. 21, ch. 356, Š 593, 42 Stat. 982 309
1917, Oct. 3, ch. 63, 40 Stat. 300..

788 1922, Sept. 21, ch. 356, § 593(b), 42 Stat.
1917, Oct. 3, ch. 63, $8 207, 209, 210, 40

982

339
Stat. 306, 307..
378 1922, Sept. 22, ch. 411, 42 Stat. 1021.

585
1917, Oct. 3, ch. 63, 88 300, 301, 40 Stat. 1922. Sept. 22, ch. 411, $8 2–5, 42 Stat.
308
788 1022

585
1917, Oct. 6, ch. 79, 40 Stat. 345.

289 1924, May 19, ch. 157, 43 Stat. 121.. 893
1917, Oct. 6, ch. 105, 40 Stat. 398. 416 1924, May 26, ch. 190, 43 Stat. 153...38, 980
1917, Oct. 6, ch. 106, § 2, 40 Stat. 411..19, 872 1924, May 26, ch. 190. $ 4(d), 43 Stat. 155 38
1917, Oct. 6, ch. 106, & 3, 40 Stat. 412.. 872 1924, May 26, ch. 190, 8820, 25, 310, 43
1917, Oct. 6, ch. 106, & 7(c), 40 Stat. 418.

Stat. 164, 166, 169.

980
Amended 1918, Nov. 4, ch. 201, § 1, 40 1924, June 2, ch. 234, $ 319, 43 Stat. 313.. 813
Stat. 1020.

606 1924, June 2, ch. 234, § 1014(a), 43 Stat.
1917, Oct. 6, ch. 106, 8 9, 40 Stat. 419.

343

390
19, 606, 872 1924, June 7, ch. 320. 43 Stat. 607.. 807
1917, Oct. 6, ch. 106, § 12, 40 Stat. 423. 606 1924, June 7, ch. 320, § 19, 43 Stat. 612.
1918, March 19, ch. 24, 40 Stat. 450.

Amended 1925, March 4, ch. 553, § 2, 43
Amended 1919, Aug. 20, ch. 51, 41 Stat.

Stat. 1302..

807
280

515 1925, Feb. 11, ch. 204, 43 Stat. 857. 148
1918, May 9, ch. 69, 40 Stat. 512.

560 1925, Feb. 13, ch. 229, § Se, 43 Stat. 940.. 657
1918, May 22, ch. 81, 40 Stat. 559.

433 1925, March 4, ch. 521, 43 Stat. 1259..
1918, July 1, ch. 113, 40 Stat. 683. 799

567, 762
1918, Nov. 4, ch. 201, § 1, 40 Stat. 1020.. 606 1925, March 4, ch. 553, § 2, 43 Stat. 1302 807
1919, Feb. 24, ch. 18, 40 Stat. 1057...390, 788
1919, Feb. 24, ch. 18. $$ 210, 211, 212a,

JOINT RESOLUTIONS.
213, 40 Stat. 1062-1065.

390
1919, Feb. 24, ch. 18, SS 401-403, 40 Stat. 1921, July 2, ch. 40, 42 Stat. 105.... 606
1096-1098
230 1924, Feb. 8. ch. 16, 43 Stat. 5..

648
1919, Feb. 24, ch. 18. $ 600. 40 Stat. 1105 788 1924, Feb. 27, ch. 42, 43 Stat. 16.

648
1919, Feb. 24, ch. 18, 88 1006, 1007, 40
Stat. 1130. 1132.

352

REVISED STATUTES.
1919, Feb, 26, ch. 48, 40 Stat. 1181...355, 492
1919, March 2, ch. 94, § 5, 40 Stat. 1274. 88 359, 362, 363.

648
Amended 1921, Nov. 23, ch. 137, 42 Stat. § 566..

807
322
989 649

.447, 807
1919, Aug. 20, ch. 51, 41 Stat. 280.
· 515 § 700..

447
1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, 41 Stat. 305...151, 339, § 731.

339
339, 492, 657, 694 $ 771..

618
916. 972, 973, 977 $ 828.

148
1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, § 2, 41 Stat. § 914.

455
308
916 8 934.

35
1919, Oct. 28, ch. 85, tit. 2, § 3, 41 Stat. Š 941. Amended 1899, March 3, ch. 441,
308
.339, 916 30 Stat. 1334..

15

1007.....

96 8 10311..
.368, 590 § 10364.

139, 759 $ 10547.

.504, 657 88 8569, 8572....

225
1010...
311 $$ 8604aaa-8604w

950
1011..
447 & 8604u...

102
1012..
311 Š 8605 et seq....

74, 132
1014.
455, 657 & 8617 et seq....

132
$$ 1015, 1016.
657 Š 8630 et seq..

132
§ 1024.
.124, 352 $$ $631, 8639a-8639d.

74
88 1041, 1012.

124 88 8657-8665..

.47, 132, 140
2170..
560 88 8812–8814..

106
2931..
41 88 8812-8819..

768
$ 3011. Amended 1877, Feb. 27, ch. 69, 19 8820 et seq.

.96, 212, 851, 872
Stat. 247...
41 $$ 8827–8830..

212
$ 3169..
973 8 88350..

96
$$ 3744, 3746.

150
8 9438..

405
884508, 4514, 4515.
96 9446..

384
884527, 4529.
248 Š 9466..

838
4551..
96 Š 9485 et seq.

.625, 656
4554..
162 § 9490.

.646, 904
4612..

96 Š 9587.

.333, 396, 478, 612
4894..
405 Š 9398..

119
4900.
384 88 9608, 9609, 9611..

275
$ 4920..

838
9613b..

778
88 5197, 5198..
688 9647..

790
§ 5546...

156
9648..

502
9651..

301
COMPILED STATUTES 1916 OR 1918. 9654..

.153, 778, 926
88 514a-514vv
416 $$_9758, 9759.

688
$8 533, 534, 537, 538.

648
10201..

. 124, 339, 409
$ 991...
363, 590 % 10305..

675
991 (8, 23).

370
1010.

.3.35, 401
1010 et seq.

231
10367.

.401, 409
1019...

.220, 222, 272
10385

.572, 711
1024..

339
10387..

455
88 1111-1114..

657
$ 10506.

401, 711
1242.

.156, 690
$ 1243..
515 $8 10552, 10561..

. 372
§ 1216..

358
$ 1261..

60

COMPILED STATUTES 1918.
1296.
648 Page 6.

657
1383
148 $8 514k-514vv..

416
1537.
455 $ 2044e

751
$ 1560..
35 311548 ff

363
8 1567.
15 Š 3115188

467
88 1575-1578, 1583.
807 $ 311512aa

.19, 872
1587..
447, 807 Š 311512b

872
1626..

799 g 311542e

.19, 606, 872
1649a
70 § 428914b

.38, 433
1666.
.504, 657 $ 428944rr

433
1668..
447 § 4289148

433, 980
$ 1671..
311 $ 4352..

560
$ 1672..
447 $ 5986a..

788
$ 1673..
311 88 633635h, 633635), 633638 k..

378
$ 1674.
.455, 657 88 7628e-7628h

433
$$ 1679, 1680.
657 $ 8739b..

788
$ 1690..

.124, 352
8907r et seq.

515
88 1705, 1706.
124 $ 104964a et seq..

736
290012a et seq.
416 8 104961/4f

570
3749..

788
3939.

585 COMPILED STATUTES ANNOTATED SUP.
4352.

.560, 585

PLEMENT 1919.
8$ 5595, 5714.

41 1246.

..355, 492
$$ 5889, 5890.
973 1630a..

799
$6123..
788 2044e

751
$ 6536..
41 8 311518 ff

363
88 6895, 6898.
150 Š 3115188

467
$ 7783 et seq.
214 8 31151aa

19, 872
887804, 7805.
256 § 311512b

872
$ 7857...
677 § 31151d

606
$$ 7892, 7895, 7898.

424 $ 3115420

.19, 606, 872
$ 8029..
244 $ 311514 ff

606
$8 8029-8035.

.49, 214, 681, 801 Š 428914b
$ 8030.
.244, 609 Š 428914rr

433
$ 8031..
981 $ 4289445

433, 980
$ 8178..
239 § 4352..

500
88 8297, 8301, 8305..
96 $8 5986e-5986i

788
88 8318, 8:20.
248 $$ 6287g, 62871...

352
$$ 8322, 8323.
234 § 63361ga et seg.

390
$ 8310...
96 88 633613e-633618ff

390
8313..
162 $8 6336346-6336340

230
8392..
96 $$ 7628e-7628h

433
8303 et seq..
225, 622 $ 8907r et seq..

515

38,

339 $ 1608..

$ 101961 a et seq.

736

CALIFORNIA.
§ 10496-4f

570

CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE.
COMPILED STATUTES ANNOTATED SUP. § 351..

721
PLEMENT 1923.
SS 544, 561..

448
88 125114-1251141..

214

PENAL CODE.
125112 et seq.
371

455

$ 1278..
Š 1251120

371
§ 311514/15e

989

COLORADO.
$S 3961a, 4358h, 4358c, 4358d.

585

339
89 584155, 5841h13..

COMPILED LAWS.
$8 6287g, 62871..
359 $8 5085, 5093, 5913..

116
$S 814644-81464t

47 $š7256, 7334, 7352–7354, 7447, 7463, 7465 506
8323..

234
8337a..

799

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
8563 et seq.

622

CODE OF LAWS 1924.
100714400..
242

648
§ 1013894 et seq..
.151, 339, 359, 492, 657, § 183..

642
694, 916, 972, 973, 977 § 497.

916

798.
§ 1013812a

645
s 101381-aa

.339, 916
932..

648
Š 101381 aaa

993
$ 1013816b

17
$$ 1013874bb, 1013813dd.

887

GEORGIA.
$$ 1013815jj-10138141

694

CIVIL CODE 1910.
8 1013872m

916
$$ 4510, 4511, 5521.....

218
1013814 mm

.35, 916
§ 10138120

916

HAWAII,
Š 1013812s

286
§ 10138127

916

REVISED LAWS 1925.
$8 10418b-10418f..
124 88 2509, 3487.........

474
104180

460
$ 10418e

444

IDAHO.
§ 10418f

372

COMPILED STATUTES 1919.
8 4600...

106
COMPILED STATUTES SUPPLEMENT
1925.

ILLINOIS.
$ 1126b

657

HURD'S REVISED STATUTES 1921.
$S 1383a-1383h

148
Ch. 32, § 18.

781
$$ 428934-428934nn

.38, 980

Ch. 38, § 220.
303

781
SS 5841a, 5841h12, 5841h13.
$ 5949

390 CAHILL'S REVISED STATUTES 1921.
63364s

813
Ch. 24, $$ 129, 134-137....

3
8$ 8800, 8801.
9127-1 et seq.

893

IOWA.
§ 912712–1 et seq..

807

807
8 912712-19

CODE 1924.
88 10564%-105644%C
.567, 762 $$ 148, 149..

542
NORTHWEST TERRITORIAL GOVERN-

KENTUCKY.
MENT ACT.

STATUTES 1922.
$ 14, art. 2......
657 88 4771, 4775......

268
PRESIDENT'S PROCLAMATION.

LOUISIANA.
1907, Aug. 3, 35 Stat. 1885.

19

CONSTITUTION 1913.
1917, May 18, 40 Stat. 1664.

751
Arts. 6, 31, 320.......

236
TREATIES.

CODE OF PRACTICE.
Great Britain, 1815, July 3, 8 Stat. 228.. 730 Art. 329.

236
Great Britain, 1827, Aug. 6, 8 Stat. 361.. 730
Great Britain, 1924, May 22, 43 Stat. 1761 339

LAWS.

1913, No. 1
ALABAMA.

236
1914, No. 171

236
CODE 1907.
1918, No. 276

236
88 1572–1574, 7491.

306

MARYLAND.
ARIZONA.

CODE OF PUBLIC GENERAL LAWS.
CONSTITUTION.
Art. 23, 88 51-73.....

606
Art. 18, $$ 7, 8....

450

MASSACHUSETTS.

REVISED LAWS 1902.
REVISED STATUTES 1913.
Ch. 167, 8 31......

995
CIVIL CODE.
Par. 3153 et seq...

450

GENERAL AW
Pars. 3100, 3103-3173, 3176..

450

352

Ch. 4, § 10. Amended by Laws 1921, ch.
ARKANSAS.

145
CRAWFORD & MOSES' DIGEST.

LAWS.
$ 1191, subsec. 3...
315 1921, ch. 145...

515
10 F.(21)-68

... 515

MINNESOTA.

TENNESSEE.
GENERAL STATUTES 1923.

LAWS.
§ 7461..
375 1899, ch. 94.......

... 141
$8 8336, 8337, 9447...

747

TEXAS.
MISSOURI.

CONSTITUTION.
CONSTITUTION.
Art. 7, § 6.......

149
Art. 2, & 30....

.. 252

REVISED STATUTES 1911.
REVISED STATUTES 1919.

Art. 6625 ....

. 496, 500
§ 807..

443

REVISED STATUTES 1925.
NEBRASKA.
Art. 5069..

356
COBREY'S ANNOTATED STATUTES 1909. Art. 5238..

810
$ 6028....

437

VERNON'S SAYLES' ANNOTATED CIVIL
NEW YORK.

STATUTES 1914.
CIVIL PRACTICE ACT.

Art. 4694. Amended by Laws 1921, ch.
109, 1.

412
(Laws 1920, ch. 925.)
Arts. 4698, 4699..

412
13....

721
$ 229..

730 VERNON'S ANNOTATED CIVIL STAT-

UTES SUPPLEMENT 1918.
CONSOLIDATED LAWS.
Art. 5246—1 et seq.....

972
Ch. 29, 8 13...

730

VERNON'S ANNOTATED CIVIL STAT-
CITY CHARTERS.

UTES SUPPLEMENT 1922.
Greater New York, § 859. Laws 1901, ch. Art. 4694.....

412
466. Amended by Laws 1923, ch. 477, 8 1 699

LAWS.
LAWS.
1921, ch. 109, $ 1.......

412
1901, ch. 466. See City Charter of Great-
er New York.

WASHINGTON.
1920, ch. 925. See Civil Practice Act.

REMINGTON'S COMPILED STATUTES.
1923, ch. 477, § 1...

699
1923, chs. 898, 899.
167 $ 7152...

483
NORTH CAROLINA.

LAWS.
1923, p. 54, § 1...

483
CONSOLIDATED STATUTES.
8$ 1164, 1795...

... 764

STIPULATIONS.
OHIO.

Em 3 (U.S.C.C.A.N.Y.) Stipulation as to mean-

ing of language in reclamation petition not
CONSTITUTION.

binding on court.-In re Gubelman, 10 F.(20)
Art. 1, § 19..

STREET RAILROADS.
GENERAL CODE.

II. REGULATION AND OPERATION.
$ 23653..

501

73 (App.D.C.) Car remodeled in 1905 held
7214..

759
426

not compliance with statutory requirements re-
$8 8129, 8133..

329

specting vestibule for motorman.-Washington
$$ 8843, 8852.

Ry, & Electric Co. v. District of Columbia, 10
$$ 11242, 11258.

501

F.(20) 999.
OKLAHOMA.

Statute relating to motorman's yestibule held

not impliedly repealed.-Id.
COMPILED STATUTES 1921.

SURETYSHIP.
§ 11301, subsec. 2.

.... 804

See Principal and Surety.
OREGON.
OLSON'S OREGON LAWS.

TARIFF.
88 426, 429.

558 See Customs Duties.
8 6785 et seq.....

335

TAXATION.
PENNSYLVANIA.
PENNSYLVANIA STATUTES 1920.

See Customs Duties; Internal Revenue.
$ 17200..

390

V. LEVY AND ASSESSMENT.
$ 19664..

387 (G) Review, Correction, or Setting Aside

of Assessment.
LAWS.

480 (U.S.D.C.Colo.) Curative statute held
1915, p. 547, § 16.......

.... 387 not to validate increase in assessment.-Holly

Sugar Corporation v. Board of Com'rs of Mesa
SOUTH DAKOTA.

County, 10 F.(23) 506,
REVISED CODE 1919.

ww482(1) (U.S.D.C.Colo.) Taxpayer must take

notice at his peril of procedure prescribed by
$8 451, 458, 459, 466, 592.

322

taxation statutes.-Holly Sugar Corporation
$ 1581...'.

510

v. Board of Com’rs of Mesa County, 10 F.(20)
Š 3345..

322

506.
LAWS.

Increase in assessment by board of equali-

zation after statutory time for action held a
1919, ch. 209, $$ 3, 5, 6....

322 nullity.-Id.

.

.139, 759 926.

Trade-Marks, etc. For cases in Dec.Dig, & Am.Dig. Key-No-Series & Indexes see same topic and KEY-NUMBER Om485(4) (U.S.D.C.Colo.) Boards of equaliza- him.-Booth Fisheries Co. v. Adams & Sons tion need not examine witnesses, or base ac- Grocer Co., 10 F.(20) 1007. tion on particular kind of evidence.-Holly Sugar Corporation v. Board of Com’rs of Mesa II. TITLE, CONVEYANCES, AND CONCounty, 10 F.(20) 506.

TRACTS. VII. PAYMENT AND REFUNDING OR RE

31 (App.D.C.) Toilet preparations and prepCOVERY OF TAX PAID.

arations for treatment of hair and hair dressings 542 (U.S.D.C.Colo.) Remedy against exces

are goods of same descriptive properties.-Hosive tax levy is to pay under protest and sue

Ro-Co Mfg. Co. v. Malone, 10 F.(20) 625. to recover.-Holly Sugar Corporation v. Board

ww3l (App.D.C.) User, but not originator, of of Com’rs of Mesa County, 10 F.(20) 506.

word “Palm," not entitled to same rights as

originator.-Goodall Worsted Co. v. Palm KnitTIME.

ting Co., 10 F.(20) 1013. Om2 (U.S.D.C.Mass.) Federal Standard Time Act held not exclusive of state action on same

III. REGISTRATION, REGULATION, AND

OFFENSES. subject-matter and not in conflict with daylight saving law of Massachusetts.-Massachu

Om43 (App.D.C.) When trade-marks are apsetts State Grange v. Benton, 10 F.(20) 515.

propriated to merchandise of same descriptive Omall (U.S.C.C.A.N.Y.) Exceptions to fiction qualities stated. - American Tobacco Co. v. Gorthat day is an indivisible period of time stated. don, 10 F.(20) 646. -In re Gubelman, 10 F.(2d) 926.

Registration of mark will not deprive opposer Account will not be taken of fractions of day,

of any rights, and cases involving unfair competo defeat bankrupt's title to property.-Id.

tition not pertinent.-Id.

Cigarette holders and like merchandise held TORTS.

not possessed of same "descriptive properties" See Collision; Negligence, On 18–136; Trover

as cigarettes, within Trade-Mark Act.-Id. and Conversion.

43 (App.D.C.) "Cookieland" held not de

scriptive, within meaning of Trade-Mark Act.TOWAGE.

Loose-Wiles Biscuit Co. v. Johnson Educator Cum 3 (U.S.C.C.A.N.Y.) Libelant, having knowl-43 (App.D.C.) Men's hats and caps and

Food Co., 10 F.(20) 656. edge of practice of shifting floats when oppor; suits and overcoats held to possess same detunity presented, is deemed to have consented scriptive qualities.-Kassman & Kessner v. Roto its float being shifted, without having given senberg Bros. Co., 10 F.(20) 904. formal order on failure to have its own tug

ww43 (App.D.C.) Registration of trade-mark present.-The Cutchogue, 10 F.(20) 671.

"Black Diamondheld not to preclude registracm3 (U.S.D.C.01.) Vessel held liable for tow

tion of "Diamond A."-Booth Fisheries Co. v. age, where owner did not disavow service on

Adams & Sons Grocer Co., 10 F.(23) 1007. being informed thereof.-The Trinidad, 10

Om 43 (App.D.C.) Registration of Palm F.(21) 849. C8 (U.S.D.C.Or.) Evidence held to

Beach” held not to preclude another's registrashow

tion of “Palın-Knit" for use on similar goods. that agreed rate for services of tug in towing

-Goodall Worsted Co. v. Palm Knitting Co., vessel was $250 per day.—The Trinidad, 10

10 F.(20) 1013. F.(20) 849. Oll(1) (U.S.D.C.N.Y.) Tug held not an insur

Caw 43 (App.D.C.) Registration of mark “Puber.-The Morning Star, 10 F.(20) 538.

lic Service Bond” precluded another's registra

tion of "Public Safety Bond” for use on goods Tug only bound to exercise reasonable skill and care in performance of tow.-Id.

of same descriptive properties.-Harlem Card Owll (4) (U.S.D.C.N.Y.) Evidence held to show

& Paper Co. v. Taylor-Logan Co., Papermakers, master of tug made up tow in ordinary and

10 F.(20) 1014. customary method a prudent sea-going man

m44 (App.D.C.) Question of similarity of would have employed under like conditions.

trade-marks held not before court of appeal in The Morning Star, 10 F.(20) 538.

registration proceedings.-Ho-Ro-Co Mfg. Co. 14 (U.S.C.C.A.N.Y.) Libelant, failing to an

v. Malone, 10 F.(20) 625.

In registration proceedings, question of opswer tug owner's letter exempting itself from liability for damages, after having previously poser's title, first raised on appeal, not con

sidered.refused to accede to such conditions, is deemed to have consented.-The Cutchogue,' 10 F.(20) 44 (App.D.C.) Doubt as to whether goods 671.

possess same descriptive qualities as other Owner cannot recover for damage to float, Kessner v. Rosenberg Bros. Co., 10 F.(20) 904.

goods resolved against newcomer.-Kassman & after having failed to answer letter of tug owner exempting itself from liability, although own

44 (App.D.C.) Decision of Patent Office, er had first refused to accede to such condi- held res judicata.-Malone v. Hay, 10 F.(20)

denying registration of particular trade-mark, tion.-Id. Cmw 14 (U.S.D.C.N.Y.). One who availed himself 44 (App.D.C.) Appellant in opposition pro

905. of services after refusing conditions thereof ceeding should bear costs of bringing. omitted assented to terms on which services were rendered.-The Cutchogue, 10 F.(2) 513.

registrations into record by certiorari.-Booth One who has knowledge of custom of rail

Fisheries Co. v. Adams & Sons Grocer Co., 10 road company to shift floats from bridge, by

F.(20) 1007. failing to have tug ready to do shifting, au

ww45 (App.D.C.) Registration of trade-mark thorized railroad company to do so.-Id.

for use of various condiments held to preclude

on salt.aww 15(2) (U.S.D.C.N.Y.) Tug not insurer, and registration of same mark for use loss of tow raises no presumption of fault

E. A. Zatarain & Sons v. Ohio Salt Co., 10 against tug.-The Morning Star, 10 F.(20) 538.

F.(2d) 655. Burden on libelant to show negligence of tug

IV. INFRINGEMENT AND UNFAIR COMPEcaused loss of lighter.-Id.

TITION. Evidence held to show loss of lighter was due to lighter's unseaworthiness.-Id.

(B) What Competition Unlawful. TRADE-MARKS AND TRADE-NAMES

Cm70(1). (App.D.C.) Rule affecting examinaAND UNFAIR COMPETITION.

tion of similar marks stated.--Guggenheim v.

Cantrell & Cochrane, 10 F.(20) 895. 1. MARKS AND NAMES SUBJECTS OF Cm70(2) (App.D.C.) “G & G” trade-mark for OWNERSHIP.

ginger ale held to infringe established mark “C m2! (App.D.C.) One not originator of mark & C."--Guggenheim v. Cantrell & Cochrane, 10 entitled only to distinctive features added by F.(20) 895.

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