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223GENERAL REVISION AND AMENDMENT
S

OF THE PATENT LAW
1932c

HEARING

BEFORE

THE COMMITTEE ON PATENTS
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

SEVENTY-SECOND CONGRESS

: FIRST SESSIONI

ON

H. R. 10152, H. R. 10153, H.R. 10154, H. R. 10155,
H. R. 10156, H. R. 10157, H. R. 9448, H. R: 10741,

H. R. 6677, H. R. 7428, H. R. 7245,

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COMMITTEE ON PATENTS

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

SEVENTY-SECOND CONGRESS, FIRST SESSION

WILLIAM I. SIROVICH, New York, Chairman FRITZ G. LANHAM, Texas.

RANDOLPH PERKINS, New Jersey. MELL G. UNDERWOOD, Ohio.

CLARENCE J. MCLEOD, Michigan. FAYETTE PATTERSON, Alabama. GODFREY G. GOODWIN, Minnesota. J. BAYARD CLARK, North Carolina.

C. MURRAY TURPIN, Pennsylvania. JOSEPH A. GAVAGAN, New York.

FRED A. HARTLEY, JR., New Jersey. FLETCHER B. SWANK, Oklahoma.

VICTOR CHRISTGAU, Minnesota. WILLIAM P. COLE, JR., Maryland.

ROBERT F. RICH, Pennsylvania. EDWARD A. KELLY, Illinois.

WILLIAM A. PITTENGER, Minnesota. MARTIN DIES, Texas. W. C. MOBLEY, Georgia.

MALVINA WEISBERG, Clerk

CONTENTS

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Bryant, Emory A..

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Carlton, Clarence C.
Communications (for all communications by mail or telegraph, see ap-

pendix) --

Davis, William H..

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Day, Leonard...

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Emery, Frederick L..

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Farley, I. Joseph..

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Fenning, Karl.

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McKenna, Royal

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Neagle, Pickens.

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Neave, Charles

Ould, R. S...

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Robertson, Thomas E.

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Sweet, D. H.

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Wallace, L. W.

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Watson, Robert

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Zwingenberger, Otto K.

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ᅮ 223 S 1932C

GENERAL REVISION AND AMENDMENT OF THE

PATENT LAW

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1932

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
COMMITTEE ON PATENTS,

Washington, D. C. Committee on Patents this day met at 10 o'clock a. m., Hon. William I. Sirovich (chairman) presiding.

The CHAIRMAN. The committee will come to order. The reporter will, at this point of the hearing, insert the resolutions (H. R. 10152, 10153, 10154, 10155, 10156, 10157, 9448, 10741, 6677, 7428, and 7245 72d Cong., 1st sess.).

(The following bills under discussion were reintroduced under different numbers after amendments by the committee :)

H. R. 10152, March 4, 1932, reintroduced as H. R. 11018, March 31, 1932.
H. R. 10153, March 4, 1932, reintroduced as H. R. 11016, March 31, 1932.
H. R. 10154, March 4, 1932, reintroduced as H. R. 11017, March 31, 1932.
H. R. 10155, March 4, 1932, reintroduced as H. R. 11087, April 4, 1932.
H. R. 10156, March 4, 1932, reintroduced as H. R. 11019, March 31, 1932.
H. R. 9448, February 17, 1932, reintroduced as H. R. 10741, March 22, 1932.
H. R. 6677, January 4, 1932, reintroduced as H. R. 11054, April 1, 1932.
H. R. 9448, February 17, 1932, introduced as H. R. 10741, March 22, 1932.
H. R. 6677, January 4, 1932, reintroduced as H. R. 11054, April 1, 1932.
H. R. 7245, January 8, 1932, reintroduced as H. R. 11010, March 31, 1932.

[H. R. 10152, Seventy-second Congress, first session. Reintroduced after being amended

as H, R. 11018)

A BILL To empower assignee of inventor to file divisional, continuation, renewal, or

reissue application

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That section 4895 of the Revised Statutes (U. S. C., title 35, sec. 44) be, and the same is hereby, amended to read as follows:

" Patents may be granted and issued or reissued to the assignee of the inventor or discoverer, but the assignment must first be entered of record in the Patent Office. And in all cases of an application by an assignee for the issue of a patent the application shall be made and sworn to by the inventor or discoverer unless the application is based entirely on matters disclosed by a previously filed application made by the inventor, in which event the application may be made by the assignee of the entire interest, if any; and in all cases of an application for a reissue of any patent the application may be made and signed and sworn to by the inventor or discoverer; or such application may be signed and sworn to by the assignee of the entire interest, if any, provided the matter claimed in the reissue application has been disclosed in the application for the original patent; and when the application is made by such assignee the statements required to be made in the application shall be so varied in form that it can be made by him.".

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