Patent Appeal No. 6781.

302 F.2d 761 (1962)

Application of Folsom E. DRUMMOND.

United States Court of Customs and Patent Appeals.

May 18, 1962.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Toulmin & Toulmin, Harry A. Toulmin, Jr., and Folsom E. Drummond, Washington, D. C., for appellant.

Clarence W. Moore, Washington, D. C. (Jack E. Armore, Washington, D. C., of counsel), for the Commissioner of Patents.

Before WORLEY, Chief Judge, RICH, MARTIN, and SMITH, Judges, and Judge WILLIAM H. KIRKPATRICK.

MARTIN, Judge.

This is an appeal from the Patent Office Board of Appeals which affirmed the examiner in his rejection of claims 22 through 25, all of the claims of appellant's application for a patent on "Composition for Treating Burns." No claims have been allowed:

The appealed claims are as follows:

"22. A bandage for use as an occlusive compression dressing for burned areas of animal skin tissue, said bandage comprising fibers of pure dextran....

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