No. 6252.

77 F.2d 113 (1935)

WACH v. COE, Commissioner of Patents.

United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia.

Decided March 25, 1935.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Clair W. Fairbank, of New York City, and Henry C. Parker, of Washington, D. C., for appellant.

T. A. Hostetler, Solicitor of the Patent Office, of Washington, D. C., for appellee.

Before MARTIN, Chief Justice, and ROBB, VAN ORSDEL, HITZ, and GRONER, Associate Justices.

ROBB, Associate Justice.

Appeal from a decree in the Supreme Court of the District dismissing appellant's bill, filed under the provisions of section 4915, R. S., as amended (35 USCA § 63), against the Commissioner of Patents, seeking to "authorize" the issuance of a patent to appellant.

Appellant's application was filed April 6, 1926, and on June 20, 1930, the three claims then in the application were finally rejected by the Principal Examiner. The rejection...


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