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652. Bills of review to introduce
evidence discovered after the
ence in a licensed monopoly. structed under a junior patent.
670. Public acquiescence need not 688. Bonds required from complain-
be universal to be efficacious.
ants in certain cases.
671. Decrees pro confesso.
689. Injunctions not averted by the
672. Consent decrees.
existence of a remedy at law.
673. Defendant's admission of va- 690. Injunction pro confesso on
withdrawal of opposition to a
674. Interference decisions.
motion for an injunction.
675. The complainant's title.
691. Discretion of the court in
granting or refusing injunc-
677. Defences to motions for pre-
liminary injunctions; and first 692. Motions to dissolve preliminary
by way of traverse.
678. Defences by way of confession 693. Motions to dissolve for errors
in point of law.
679. Averting effect of prior adjudi-
694. Motions to dissolve on account
of newly discovered evidence.
696. Consequences of obedience or 705. Injunctions granted independ-
disobedience to in junctions ent of other relief ; but no
which are subsequently dissolv- injunctions issued in trivial
712. In cases of joint infringement. 720. Method of making the separa-
713. In cases of infringement partly tion where defendant made and
sold the patented invention
714. What spaces of time an account separately, as well as in connec-
of profits may cover.
tion with other gs.
715. The generic rule for ascertain. 721. Method where defendant pays
ing infringer's profits.
royalty for right to make and
716. Complainant's damages no cri- sell the features not covered by
terion of defendant's profits.
the patent in suit.
717. Defendant's profits in cases of 722. Cases where no separation is
unlawfully making and selling required or allowed.
articles covered by the com- 723. Method of making the separa-
tion by the criterion of compar-
718. Method of ascertaining cost of ative cost.
making and selling infringing 724. Defendant's profits in cases of
unlawfully selling articles partly
719. Burden of proof when it is or wholly covered by complain-
necessary to separate profits due
to patented features, from prof. 725. Defendant's profits in cascs of
736. Questions of interest on in-
fringers' profits, considered in
unlawful using of patented
726. Standards of comparison in
respect of being open to the
727. In respect of being adequate to
accomplish an equally beneficial
728. Recoverable profits may result
from affirmative gains, or from
saving from loss.
729. Affirmative gain.
730. Saving from loss.
731. Affirmative gain and saving
732. Standards of comparison need
not have been used by the in-
733. A standard of comparison must
have been known at the time of
the infringement, but need not
bave been in existence at any
734. Method of selecting the proper
standard of comparison.
735. The rule in Mowry v. Whitney
has no application to cases of
infringement by making or by
747. Defendant's affirmative excep-
tions to master's reports.
748. Defendant's negative excep-
tions to master's reports.
749. Complainant's exceptions to
750. Outline of practice relevant to
THE REPEALED STATUTES......
Feb. 18, 1861.... 598
March 2, 1861... 599
July 3, 1832.... 565
July 13, 1832.... 567
March 3, 1871.. 633
March 24, 1871.. 633
THE REVISED STATUTES....
440. Clerks and employés.
441. Secretary of the Interior.
475. Establishment of the Patent
476. Officers and employés.
479. Bonds of Commissioner and
480. Restrictions upon officers and
481. Duties of Commissioner.
482. Duties of examiners-in-chief.
483. Establishment of regulations.
484. Arrangement and exhibition of
485. Disposals of models on rejected
487. Patent-agents may be refused
488. Printing of papers filed.
489. Printing copies of claims, laws,
490. Printing specifications and
491. Additional specifications and
492. Lithographing and engraving.
493. Price of copies of specifications
494. Annual report of the Com-
496. Disbursements for Patent-Of-
629. Jurisdiction of Circuit Courts.