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Revision of Statutes Relating to Patents; Hearings Before the Committee on Patents, United States Senate, Sixty-Seventh Congress, Second Session, on S. 3325 and S. 3410, Bills to Amend Sections 4886 and 4887 of the Revised Statutes Relating to Patents, AP
About this title: 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. 1922 Excerpt: ... it, although inferior to my client's machine. It is. highly probable he might humbug the community into buying that machine, gre;itly to their disadvantage; particularly if he cut his price so far as to appeal to that sort of shortsightedness which is characteristic of those who do not know much about machinery. My client needs all these patents as a reserve of ideas upon which to draw. He had to devise them as an inevitable incident in the development of the best possible machine. He can be trusted to building the best possible machine out of some or all of them, and is very likely to use later some that he does not use now. Why should his exclusive right to any of them he interfered with?" (Frederick P. Fish, XXVI, 8, 9.) Under the present Stanley bill a patent owner who has experimented with all forms of an invention and has finally manufactured only the single form that has proved to him most satisfactory, may be compelled to license his rivals to use all the other forms of the invention in competition with himself. "Suppose," said a witness before the House Patent Committee in 1912, " that a man has produced a machine, and then he has produced an improvement on it, and then he sees a chance to produce a second improvement which might be said to be parallel with the first improvement and not a further descendant in the same line as the first improvement--that is. that the two improvements were equally desirable. He has made his dies and special patterns for manufacturing his machine embodying the first improvement; he has educated the public to buy this machine of the first form that he put on the market. Here comes along a chance to make another improvement, which would compete with the form that he has on the market. "If you ...
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