Patent Appeal No. 3906.

97 F.2d 130 (1938)

In re GREEN.

Court of Customs and Patent Appeals.

Rehearing Denied June 27, 1938.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Myron J. Dikeman, of Detroit, Mich., for appellant.

R. F. Whitehead, of Washington, D. C. (Howard S. Miller, of Washington, D. C., of counsel), for the Commissioner of Patents.

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

HATFIELD, Associate Judge.

This is an appeal from the decision of the Board of Appeals of the United States Patent Office affirming the decision of the Primary Examiner rejecting all of the claims — 3 to 8, inclusive — in appellant's application for a patent for an alleged invention in improvements in a "Magnetic Impulse Contactor."

Claims 3 and 5 are illustrative of the appealed claims. They read:


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