John Woods & Sons v. Carl


John Woods & Sons v. Carl, 203 U.S. 358 (1906)
by the Supreme Court of the United States

United States Supreme Court

203 U.S. 358

John Woods & Sons  v.  Carl

Error to the Supreme Court of the State of Arkansas

No. 102.  Argued: November 7, 1906. --- Decided: December 3, 1906.

Court Documents
Allen v. Riley, ante p. 347 followed as to power of a State to require one selling patent rights to record the letters patent and applied to a law of Arkansas, which also makes a note void if given for a patent right, if the note does not show on its face for what it was given. 75 Arkansas, 328, affirmed.

THE facts are stated in the opinion.

Mr. Homer C. Mechem and Mr. Edwin Mechem. for plaintiff in error.

Mr. John Fletcher and Mr. W. C. Ratcliffe for defendant in error,

MR. JUSTICE PECKHAM delivered the opinion of the court:

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