Lowry v. AllenAnnotate this Case
203 U.S. 476 (1906)
U.S. Supreme Court
Lowry v. Allen, 203 U.S. 476 (1906)
Lowry v. Allen
Argued October 24, 25, 1906
Decided December 10, 1906
203 U.S. 476
Rule 124 of the Patent Office which provide that no appeal can be taken from a decision of a primary examiner affirming the patentability of the claim or the applicant's right to make the same, is not void as contrary to the provisions of § 482, 483, 4904, 4910, 4911, Rev.Stats., or § 9 of the Act of February 9, 1893, 27 Stat. 436. Those statutes provide only for appeals upon the question of priority of invention, and appeals on other questions are left under the power given by § 483, Rev.Stat., to the regulation of the Patent Office.
26 App.D.C. 8 affirmed.
The facts are stated in the opinion.
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