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122 U.S. 71

Beedle  v.  Bennett

Bill for injunction and account by Frank O. Bennett and others, appellees, exclusive owners for the state of Ohio of reissued letters patent No. 4,372, of May 9, 1871, to Nelson W. Green for an improved method of constructing artesian wells, against A. T. Beedle, appellant. There was a decree sustaining the patent, adjudging the appellant an infringer, and awarding the appellees damages in the sum of $10 for each well, with interest from the date of the filing of the bill, and costs. [72]

Arthur Stem, for appellant.

John F. Follett, Thos. H. Kelley, and David M. Hyman, for appellees.



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