THE CABINET: German Dye Patents

The Government, through the Department of Justice, is suing the Chemical Foundation, Inc. (a Delaware Corporation) for German patents confiscated during the War and sold to that Company. The suit, being held before Federal Judge Hugh M. Morris at Wilmington, Del., involves many technical details—4,000 pages of typewritten testimony were taken in ten days.

Some 4,800 seized German patents were sold by the U. S. to the Chemical Foundation, Inc., for approximately $250,000 ($50 apiece), in the Spring of 1919.

Lieutenant Colonel Henry W. Anderson, Special Assistant...

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