Patent Appeal No. 6813.

302 F.2d 768 (1962)

Application of Anthony C. DeNAPOLI, Jr., and Donald F. Balmer.

United States Court of Customs and Patent Appeals.

May 18, 1962.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Richard P. Schulze, Clarence M. Fisher, Washington, D. C., J. Philip Anderegg, and Pennie, Edmonds, Morton, Barrows & Taylor, New York City, for appellants.

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

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

WORLEY, Chief Judge.

This appeal is from the decision of the Board of Appeals of the United States Patent Office affirming the rejection of claim 37 of appellants' application Serial No. 158,104, filed April 26, 1950, for "Indicating and Place-Finding Apparatus for Phonographic Machines." Other claims in the application have been allowed.

The appealed claim reads:

"37. In a phonographic transcribing machine having a cabinet, a support for rotatably...

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