WJ McDevitt sued about polling booth patent 30 Nov 1921
Barber-irowned Jn.Binan.ei- ten 1 .. feaiher-weiKhla. I'lty 12 Uro- In Me-I Me-I nt. Deceni- uccem- a i'f..r!n,-ln-i i'f..r!n,-ln-i i'f..r!n,-ln-i in i i... ; ! UNITED STATES C0UAT3. In the patent infringement suit of J George A. ijohen. Cincinnati, insur-j insur-j insur-j anee man and former Secretary of the I Hamilton County Hoard of Elections, I vs. Thomas J. Noctor, Ray J. Hillen- Hillen- I brand, William .1. McDevitt and .1. j Marry Asmann, as members of the ! Hoard of Klectlong, the defendants : yesterday lled their answer in United States, District Court. They deny they have been guilty of .., i.w m ... ,t. .. ii ai- ai- IlBed t0 be ownpJ b the Palntlff. nd they deny alsiS that Mohen Is the inventor of the type of collapsible eiei-uon eiei-uon eiei-uon Dooms sci lorin in ine iciiers , patent. They aver that the alleged impiovemcnts described were known . nnd vcoeo na.il hu ni:n,ra r,.-!,... r,.-!,... r,.-!,... ... Cohen's BDtilicat Inn for a Datent. ... - . It is.admltted that Cohen had man- man- ' ufactured and sold a large number of election booths, but It. is denied that' he had marked them "patented." It I is averred that the board purchased ! fr"m 'he "'dfi Pnrk I'l,mbor C,,m,an' for use in this county, and tha these are alleged by Cohen to be Infringe ments of his patent, but they deny knowledge vt any damages or loss of 1 Profits to the plaintiff on this ac . count I 1 !