Reports of Patent Causes, Decided in the Circuit Courts of the United States Since January 1, 1874, Vol. 5 (Classic Reprint)

Reports of Patent Causes, Decided in the Circuit Courts of the United States Since January 1, 1874, Vol. 5 (Classic Reprint)

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The plaintiff charges the defendants with making and vend ing the above described soap. The defendants deny this, and also assert that the complainant has not manufactured soap according to the process covered by his patent, and that he was not the first inventor of this process. A careful ex amination of the proofs has satisfied me that the soap made by the defendants, and that covered by the patent are the same, substantially. The defendants, probably, use a greater proportion of resin, and there is some disagreement in the testimony respecting the effects of this. The weight of the evidence, however, is that the quality of the soap is not changed. Mr. Day, called by the defendants, and other wit nesses, say it simply increases the bulk, and thereby cheap ens the article. The Sal-soda and borax, added by the de fendants, are also unimportant. In the quantities employed, at least, they can have no material effect. It is not improb able, indeed, that these immaterial variations from the plaintifi's process were made in the hope'of escaping, there by, responsibility for infringement. Mr. Cliver had been in the plaintiff's employment, and was familiar with his process. He projected the business which the defendants have car ried on, and it was his knowledge and experience, doubtless, that induced his co-partners to unite with him in the enter prise. At the outset, if the testimony of Mr. Dutton is true, (and Mr. Cliver did not appear before the Commissioner to contradict it) he openly avowed his purpose to produce the same article that the plaintiff manufactured, and when re minded of the patent, and the risk, replied that he didn't care, he had as good a right to make it as any one else.

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