Patent Appeal No. 3086.

64 F.2d 788 (1933)


Court of Customs and Patent Appeals.

May 1, 1933.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Milans & Milans, of Washington, D. C. (Usina & Rauber, of New York City, of counsel), for appellant.

T. A. Hostetler, of Washington, D. C. (Howard S. Miller, of Washington, D. C., of counsel), for the Commissioner of Patents.

Before GRAHAM, Presiding Judge, and BLAND, HATFIELD, GARRETT, and LENROOT, Associate Judges.

GRAHAM, Presiding Judge.

On January 12, 1926, a patent, No. 1,569,332, on improvements in the manufacture of housings, was granted to appellant by the United States Patent Office. The housings in question were such as are commonly used for the gearing and rear axles of automobiles, with tubular extensions on opposite sides to house the wheel driving shafts. Certain drawings delineating appellant's invention, known as figures...

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