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A design for a carpet in which the border is composed of stripes ornamented substantially in the manner above described.

Form 117.-For a Trade-mark.

To all whom it may concern:

Be it known that I [here insert the name of the applicant), of in the county of —, and State of — have adopted for use a trade-mark for cotton sheetings, of which the following specification is a full, clear, and exact description:

Our trade-mark consists of the words and letters "S. N. & Co.'s Buckeye Sheetings.” These have generally been arranged as shown in the accompanying drawing; above and below the figure of a man represented as ascending the side of a mountain and carrying a banner, upon which is inscribed the word “Buckeye;" and the whole has been inclosed within an ornamental border, substantially like that shown in the drawing. But the figure of the man with the banner may be omitted, or some other device substituted for it, and the border may be changed at pleasure, or omitted altogether, without materially changing the character of our trade-mark, the two essential features of which are the letters “S. N. & Co.'s” and the word “Buckeye.”

This trade-mark we have used in our business for ten years last past. The particular goods upon which we have used it are made of cotton, and known as “sheetings;" and we have been accustomed to print it in blue ink upon the outside of each piece of the manufactured goods. We have also printed it upon labels, which have afterwards been pasted upon the separate pieces of sheetings, and also placed upon the outside of the cases in which the goods have been packed.

S. N. & Co.,

By S.

Witnesses: A. B., C. D.

Form 118.-Amendment.

Washington, D. C., July 20, 1879. To the Commissioner of Patents:

In the matter of my application for letters patent for an improvement in wagon-brakes, I hereby amend my specification by striking out all between the ninth and twentieth lines, inclusive, on page 3; by inserting the words “connected withafter the word and” in the first line of the second claim; and

by striking out the third claim and substituting therefor the following:

3. The combination of the self-acting brake C, pin A, and slotted flanges D, substantially as described, and for the pur

poses set forth.

A. B.,

By C. D.,
His Attorney in Fact.

Form 119.-Oath.

BY A SOLE INVENTOR.

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[To follow specification.) State of

County of — A. B., the above-named petitioner, being duly sworn (or affirmed), deposes and says that he verily believes himself to be the original and first inventor of the improvement in seed-drills described and claimed in the foregoing specification; that he · does not know and does not believe that the same was ever before known or used; and that he is a citizen of the United States, and a resident of

A. B. Sworn to and subscribed before me this thirteenth day of March, 1879.

C. D.,

Justice of the Peace. [If the applicant be an alien, the sentence" and that he is a citizen of the United States” will be omitted, and in lieu thereof will be substituted "and that he is a citizen of the Republic of Mexico,” or “that he is a subject of the King of Italy,” or “of the Queen of Great Britain," or as the case may be.

If the applicants claim to be joint inventors, the oath will read “that they verily believe themselves to be the original, first, and joint inventors," etc.

If the inventor be dead, the oath will be taken by the administrator or executor, and will declare his belief that the party named as inventor was the original and first inventor.]

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Form 120.-Oath.
BY AN APPLICANT FOR A RE-ISSUE (INVENTOR).
State of
City and County of

A. B., the above-named petitioner, being duly sworn, (or affirmed) deposes and says that he verily believes that, by rea

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son of an insufficient or defective specification, his aforesaid letters patent are inoperative or invalid; that the said error has arisen from inadvertence, accident, or mistake, and without any fraudulent or deceptive intention, to the best of his knowledge and belief; that he is the sole owner of said letters patent; [or, “that E. F. is the sole owner of said letters patent; and that this application is made on the behalf and with the consent of said E. F.”) and that he verily believes himself to be the first and original inventor of the improvement set forth and claimed in this amended specification.

A. B. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 26th day of July, 1879.

C. D., [NOTARIAL SEAL.]

Notary Public.

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Form 121.-Oath.
RY AN APPLICANT FOR A REISSUE (ASSIGNEE).

[To be used only when the inventor is dead.] State of

County of A. B. and C. D., the above-named petitioners, being duly sworn (or affirmed), depose and say that they verily believe that, by reason of an insufficient specification, the aforesaid letters patent granted to E. F. are inoperative; that the said error has arisen from inadvertence, accident, or mistake, and without any fraudulent or deceptive intention, to the best of their knowledge and belief; that the entire title to said letters patent is vested in them; and that they verily believe the said E. F. to be the first and original inventor of the invention set forth and claimed in the foregoing amended specification; and that the said E. F. is now deceased.

A. B.

C. D. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 14th day of November, 1879.

A. B.,

Justice of the Peace.

Form 122.-Supplemental Oath.

TO ACCOMPANY A NEW OR AN ENLARGED CLADI.

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State of

County of A. B., whose application for letters patent for an improvement in seed-drills was filed in the United States Patent-office on or about the fifteenth day of March, 1879, being duly sworn (or affirmed) deposes and says that, in addition to the claims originally made, he verily believes himself to be the original and first inventor of the improvement as described and claimed in the foregoing amendment, and that he does not know, and does not believe, that the same was ever before known or used.

A. B. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 11th day of July, 1879.

C. D., Justice of the Peace.

Form 123.-Oath as to the Loss of Letters Patent.

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State of

County of A. B., of said county, being duly sworn (or affirmed), doth depose and say that the Letters Patent No. 122,133, granted to him, and bearing date on the ninth day of January, A. D. 1875, have been either lost or destroyed; that he has made diligent search for the said letters patent in all places where the same would probably be found, if existing, and that he has not been able to find them.

A. B. Subscribed and sworn to before me this fifth day of October, 18–

C. D., Justice of the Peace.

Form 124.-Oath of Administrator.

AS TO THE LOSS OF LETTERS PATENT.

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State of

County of A. B., of said county, being duly sworn, doth depose and say that he is administrator of the estate of E. F., deceased, late of Boston, in said county; that the Letters Patent No. 122,191, granted to said E. F., and bearing date on the ninth day of January, a. D. 18—, have been lost or destroyed, as he verily believes; that he has made diligent search for the said letters patent in all places where the same would probably be found, if existing, and especially among the papers of the decedent, and that he has not been able to find said letters patent.

A. B.,

Administrator, etc. Subscribed and sworn to before me this fifth day of October, 18—,

C. D.,

Justice of the Peace.

Form 125.-Oath of Applicant.

FOR REGISTRATION OF A TRADE-MARK.

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State of

County of A. B., being duly sworn, deposes and says that he is a member of the firm of A. B., C. D. & Co., above named; that he verily believes that said firm has the right to the use of the trade-mark described in the foregoing specification, and that no other person, firm, or corporation has the right to such use, either in the identical form or having such near resemblance thereto as might be calculated to deceive; and that the description and fac-simile presented for record are true copies of the trade-mark sought to be protected, and that he resides in and all the other members of the firm reside at in the State of -; and that they are all domiciled in

and are citizens of

A, B, Sworn to and subscribed before me this fifteenth day of July, 18—,

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E. F.,

Justice of the Peace.

Form 126.—Disclaimer.

To the Commissioner of Patents:
Your petitioner, A. B., of — County of , and State of

-, represents that he has, by grants duly recorded in the United States Patent-office (liber -, p. -); become the owner of an exclusive right within and for the several States of (Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont) to make, use, and vend to others to be used, a certain improved mechanical movement, for which letters patent of the United States were granted to C. D. of —, in the County of —, and State of —, April 1,18—; that he has reason to believe that, through inadvertence, accident, or mistake, the specification and claim of said letters patent are too broad, including that of which said patentee was not the first inventor. Your petitioner, therefore, hereby enters his disclaimer to that part of the claim in said specification which is in the following words, to wit:

"I also claim the sleeves A. B., having each a friction cam, C, and connected, respectively, by means of chains or cords K L and M N, with an oscillatory lever, to operate substantially as herein shown and described.”

A. B.

Witness; C. D.

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