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AppendixProvisions of the International Convention for the Protection
38
Introduction
53
Introduction 1
1
Patents and nonprofit research August
9
Experiment station research 14
14
Other nonprofit research 20
20
was going to be fought out In order to make the record stand on
26
Nonprofit patent management 31
31
Patent portfolios 41 42
41
Licensing experiences 53
53
1957
The National Patent Planning Commission
2
Bfforts to establish a statutory standard
3
Vol 40 Opinions A G No 8
8
The role of the court expert in patent
CONTENTS Summary
Analysis
Paro
1
Other bills no hearings held or other action taken 9
9
20
20
Exchange of patent rights and technical
1 Main features
1
Post World War II developments 23
23
Interchange of Patent Rights Information Inventions
39
he impact of the patent system on research
53
HearingsContinued Page
iv
The number of patents granted for inventions in relation to
28
FIGURES
35
Firm EPatents granted and research expense 194154 32
54
Compulsory licensing of patentsa logis
i
HearingsContinued Page
ii
Stalin after the war
iii
Stalins selfglorification
iv
Stalins methods of rule
v
The role of the present Soviet leaders under the Stalin regime
vi
Resolution of the Central Committee of the C P S U on over Page VII 1 2 7
vii
12
2 Important sections
2
Patent office fees legislative history
13
2
1
Subsequent legislative attempts to increase feesContinued
8
Rights April 10 1957 VIII
10
9 Fritz G Lanham National Patent Council 14
14
13
b Hearings and testimony
1
ooooor er er er en AAAA
3
owned patents items 215232 24
24
Patent Act of 1952 items 340360 37
37
Patent Office procedures and administrative aspects of patents 43
43
Author index 49
49
spects of pa tonts bibliography
List of publications cited
81
Index of names
87
The research and development factor
ical Research Corp 17
17
General Motors Corp acquisition of Euclid Road
23
SmithCorona Inc acquisition of Kleinschmidt
29
15
Percent distribution of 1953 research and development cost
5
List of selected corporate acquisitions 16
16
Text
35
17
Bush Proposals for Improving the Patent System 1956
55
Machlup An Economic Review of the Patent System 1958
vii
Report Patents Trademarks and Copyrights S Rept No 72 85th 1st 1957
viii
Introduction 1
1
State Peurifoy
4
6 Important testimony
6
Hearings
10
Trade and Transportation 20
20
Hearings 29
29
The TNEC study 36
36
Bibliography 53
53
Bush Proposals for Improving the Patent System 1956
1
Legislative action
3
Patent arrangements of typical associations 4
4
7 State Department employee loyalty investigation
7
9
9
Largest fields of U S employment in 195758 11
11
Research programs of 32 associations 18
18
Neumeyer Compulsory Licensing of Patents Under Some NonAmerican
20
Details on current research of 10 trade associations 25
25
A Fifty of the larger industrial companies in technical research 40
40
LRS Conway Single Court of Patent AppealsA Legislative History
42
Publications of the National Science Foundation and other technical
48
professional associations with a special interest in technical research 54
54
5
OTS Green Technical Research Activities of Cooperative Associations 1
1
11 Henry C Parker American Chemical
11
1958
Page
Whinery The Role of the Court Expert in Patent Litigation 1958
3
Legislative history of enactment bill becomes law August 7 1953
7
Participating organizations
13
Reentry certificates
14
52
22
Participation of voluntary agencies
23
Staff coordination with regular Government departments
29
Assurances
51
The orphan program
57
Governors committees by State with names of chairmen
60
Functioning of overseas organization
66
Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration
81
Status of visa applications by section of act chart
87
Need for a continued refugee program
91
Agencyendorsed jobs
98
Melman The Impact of the Patent System on Research 1958
148
Hennings Jr chairman Subcommittee on Constitutional
viii
Letter from President Dwight D Eisenhower to the Secretary of Defense
14
A list of references 25
25
85
40
86
49
Memorandum from the Attorney General to President Dwight D Eisen
74
Melman The Impact of the Patent System on Research 1958
84
one subordinate to the President is appointed by him and responsible to him
89
vol 1 p 36
92
United States stated that the highest and most important duties
111
Part IICourt decisions
5 Bowman Dairy Company v United States
pp 132133
8 Jencks v United States
10 The views of commentators
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Trang 4 - That whenever an invention described in and covered by a patent of the United States shall hereafter be used or manufactured by or for the United States...
Trang 16 - A patent may not be obtained though the invention is not identically disclosed or described as set forth in section 102 of this title, if the differences between the subject matter sought to be patented and the prior art are such that the subject matter as a whole would have been obvious at the time the invention was made to a person having ordinary skill in the art to which said subject matter pertains.
Trang 2 - ... not known or used by others in this country, before his invention or discovery hereof, and not patented or described in any printed publication in this or any foreign country, before his invention or discovery thereof...
Trang 22 - Board, a government board, has cheated the Government of the United States and the people of the United States out of enough money to pay the national debt.
Trang 5 - In 1937-1938, 383 such lists containing the names of many thousands of Party, Soviet, Komsomol, Army and economic workers were sent to Stalin. He approved these lists.
Trang 49 - Convention, and shall take effect one month after the date of the notification made by the Government of the Swiss Confederation to the other Countries of the Union, unless some later date has been indicated by the acceding Country.
Trang 23 - After Stalin's death the Central Committee of the party began to implement a policy of explaining concisely and consistently that it is impermissible and foreign to the spirit of Marxism-Leninism to elevate one person, to transform him into a superman possessing supernatural characteristics akin to those of a god. Such a man supposedly knows everything, sees everything, thinks for everyone, can do anything, is infallible in his behavior.
Trang 18 - ... b) excluding enterprises from, or allocating or dividing, any territorial market or field of business activity, or allocating customers, or fixing sales...
Trang 4 - ... remedy shall be by action against the United States in the Court of Claims for the recovery of his reasonable and entire compensation for such use and manufacture.
Trang 18 - Advisory Jury and Trial by Consent. In all actions not triable of right by a jury the court upon motion or of its own initiative may try any issue with an advisory jury or, except in actions against the United States when a statute of the United States provides for trial without a jury, the court, with the consent of both parties, may order a trial with a jury whose verdict has the same effect as if trial by jury had been a matter of right.

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