United States Printing Co. v. Griggs, Cooper & Co.,
279 U.S. 156 (1929)

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United States Printing Co. v. Griggs, Cooper & Co., 279 U.S. 156 (1929)

United States Printing & Lithograph Company

v. Griggs, Cooper & Company

No. 372

Argued March 6, 1929

Decided April 8, 1929

279 U.S. 156


The Trade Mark Act of 1905 provides no remedy where the infringement of a trademark registered under it is within the limits of a state and does not interfere with interstate or foreign commerce, nor does it enlarge common law rights within a state where the mark has not been used. P. 279 U. S. 158.

19 Oh.St. 151, reversed.

Certiorari, 278 U.S. 592, to the Supreme Court of Ohio to review a judgment affirming a decree which enjoined petitioner from the printing and selling of labels alleged to infringe respondent's trademark.

Page 279 U. S. 157

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