Bauer & Cie v. O'Donnell
|Bauer & Cie v. O'Donnell
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United States Supreme Court
BAUER & CIE v. O'DONNELL
Argued: April 10, 1913. --- Decided: May 26, 1913
Messrs. Edwin J. Prindle and Arthur Wright for Bauer & Cie.
[Argument of Counsel from pages 2-7 intentionally omitted]
Messrs. Daniel W. Baker and Frank J. Hogan for O'Donnell.
Mr. Horace Pettit for the Victor Talking Machine Company.
Mr. Nathan Matthews for the Waltham Watch Company.
Messrs. Frederick P. Fish and Thomas W. Pelham for the Gilette Safety Razor Company.
Mr. Justice Day delivered the opinion of the court:
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