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JOHN WOODS & SONS V. CARL, 203 U. S. 358 (1906)

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John Woods & Sons v. Carl, 203 U.S. 358 (1906)

John Woods & Sons v. Carl

No. 102

Submitted November 7, 1906

Decided December 3, 1906

203 U.S. 358


Allen v. Riley, ante, p. 203 U. S. 347 followed a to power of a state to require one selling patent rights to record the letters patent and applied to a law of Arkansas, which also make a note void if given for a patent right if the note doe not show on its face for what it was given.

75 Ark. 328 affirmed.

The facts are stated in the opinion.

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