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Title: The Scientific American reference book; a compendium of useful information for inventors and mechanics, containing the complete patent laws of the United States ... forms for patents, caveats, assignments, licenses, and shop rights ... etc., etc
Year: 1876 (1870s)
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Subjects: Patents
Publisher: New York, Munn
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress


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nected. Address, Munk& Co., 37 Park Row, N. Y. The expense of these examinations, with written opinion,varies from $25 to $100 or more, according to the labor in-volved. To the Editors of Tlie Scientific American: Let me encourage you, gentlemen, in your great enter-prise. Perhaps we need light and elegant literature ; wemay even need chess columns ; but let The ScientificAmerican continue to teach the people how to realize DeanSwifts prayer— Make two blades of grass grow on the spotwhere only one grew before. Let it still increase the me-chanical and agricultural knowledge of our artisans and far-mers, by publishing the latest discoveries in science andimprovements in the arts. And then its editors will havethe noblest reward—that of being considered the guard-ian angels of genius, the champions of inventors, and the prime motors employed in developing the highest phy-sical and intellectual resources of this great country. Camden, Ark. W. A. Shaw, M.D. QUICK APPLICATIONS. 105

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QUICK APPLICATIONS. When, from any, rea-son, parties are desirousof applying for a Patentor filing a Caveat ingreat baste, without amoments loss of time,they have only to writeor telegraph to us, andwe will make special ex-ertions. In many cases,we can prepare the pa-pers at an hours notice.But our correspond-ents must Iemember thatwe can not send them blank papers for signature and oath,as this is forbidden by the Commissioner of Patents. Our distant clients, when in haste, may copy, on foolscappaper, the petition and power of attorney on page 41.Then, on another sheet, write a description of the invention.No matter about grammar or language. Sign it in the pre-sence of two witnesses. Then copy the form of oath onpage 41, attach it to the description, make affidavit beforea justice of the peace or notary, and send the papers withcheck or order for the fees, as stated on pages 8 and 9.Also send model. We can then at once revise and correctthe papers and proceed with the case before th


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