American trade-mark cases decided by the courts of the United States: both State and Federal, and by the Commissioner of Patents, and reported between 1870 and 1887. With an index digest of the cases published (Google eBook)
Benjamin Price, Arthur Steuart
Cushings & Bailey, 1887 - Law - 1184 pages
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