The Story of the United States Patent Office, 1790-1956

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1956 - 42 lappuses

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11. lappuse - He said further that the patent system "added the fuel of interest to the fire of genius in the discovery and production of new and useful things.
iii. lappuse - Whoever invents or discovers any new and useful process, machine, manufacture, or composition of matter, or any new and useful improvement thereof, may obtain a patent therefor, subject to the conditions and requirements of this title.
9. lappuse - The advancement of the arts from year to year taxes our credulity and seems to presage the arrival of that period when human improvement must end.
i. lappuse - Congress authorizing the issue of patents for new discoveries has given a spring to invention beyond my conception." When Abraham Lincoln signed the Patent Act of 1861, he commented, "The patent system added the fuel of interest to the fire of genius.
8. lappuse - ... any person who, by his own industry, genius, efforts, and expense has invented and produced any new and original design for a manufacture, bust, statue, alto-relievo, or bas-relief ; any new and original design...
5. lappuse - To establish post offices and post roads, to grant charters of incorporation, patents and copyrights, and secure to the authors and inventors the exclusive use thereof for a limited time. Sec. 4. To declare war, grant letters of marque and reprisal, and to regulate captures. Sec. 5. To provide and maintain an army and navy, and to make all laws and regulations necessary for their government. Sec.
1. lappuse - Patent Commission," or the "Commissioners for the Promotion of Useful Arts." Its first members were Thomas Jefferson, Secretary of State; Henry Knox, Secretary of War; and Edmund Randolph, Attorney General.
1. lappuse - Certainly an inventor ought to be allowed a right to the benefit of his invention for some certain time. Nobody wishes more than I do that ingenuity should receive liberal encouragement.
16. lappuse - a country without a patent office and good patent laws is just a crab and can't travel anyway but sideways and backways.
20. lappuse - Perry, in 1854, opened the ports of Japan to foreign commerce that the Japanese have been trying to become a great nation, like other nations of the earth, and we have looked about us to see what nations are the greatest, so that we could be like them ; and we said, 'There is the United States, not much more than a hundred years old, and America was not discovered by Columbus yet four hundred years ago' ; and we said, 'What is it that makes the United States such a great nation?

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