Brinkerhoff v. Aloe
|Brinkerhoff v. Aloe
Suit by Milford H. Brinkerhoff and Willie C. Brinkerhoff, executors of Alexander W. Brinkerhoff, deceased, against Albert S. Aloe, for infringement of a patent. The circuit court held that the patent was void for want of invention, and because of anticipation by prior devices, and dismissed the bill. 37 Fed. Rep. 92. Complainants appealed. Affirmed.
The case is stated in the opinion delivered below by THAYER, J., which is here given in full:
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