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A decision of the high court of chancery in
England, granting to defendant, against com-
plainant's opposition, the right to register as a
trade-mark the words alleged to be an infringe-
ment, is no bar to a suit here for an infringe-
Kutnow (C. C.) 794.
When a defendant has been enjoined from
using a label almost identical with that of com-
plainant, he will also be enjoined from resorting
to another label, differing in detail from com-
plainant's, but so like it in general appearance as
Cuervo v. Owl Cigar Co. (C. C.) 541.
An objection to deeds offered in evidence on
ent, received in evidence, shows no seal, cannot
v. Dewhurst (C. C. A.) 336.
The fact that a judge, in charging the jury.
v. Mt. Adams & Eden Park Incline
A father who completed the purchase of lands
under a contract made by his son, since deceas-
ed, and took title in his own name, held a trus-
tee for the son's minor heir, whether he used his
property.-Roggenkamp v. Roggenkamp (C. C.
TRADE- A.) 603.
Where a devise is made upon a valid trust, the
heirs at law have no right to contest the right
The owner of property intrusted to another,
to a general lien upon the assets of the trustee
v. First Nat. Bank (C. C. A.) 979.
Where trust funds have been wrongfully in-
Bank (C. C. A.) 982.
sold at 80 cents on the dollar, bonds secured by
marrying as aforesaid shall go to and become
vested in the other child or children of the said
E., share and share alike”; and the testator
charged E. with the payment of a legacy of
became converted into a fee-simple absolute by
statute for the barring of estates tail.-Pearsol
WORDS AND PHRASES.
"Electrolysis," as used in connection with
with "melting," has a more contracted meaning
in connection with metallurgical operations, and
usually means a melting of ores in the presence
of some reagent which combines with the non-
ment.--Lowrey v. Cowles Electric Smelting &
Aluminum Co. (C. C.) 354.
Writ of Error.
delivery of ore in Mexico, a cause of action for
nondelivery arises in Mexico, and gives no right
How. Ann. St. Mich.-United States Graphite
Co. v. Pacific Graphite Co. (C. C.) 442.
A suitor attending a hearing on a demurrer
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