May 18, 1936
JACOB ENGLANDER, ETC., APPELLANT,
SOCIETE ANONYME DE LA BENEDICTINE DISTILLERIE, ETC.
Appeal from the District Court of the United States for the District of New Jersey.
Before BUFFINGTON, DAVIS, and THOMPSON, Circuit Judges.
This case involves the trade-mark rights to the manufacture of Benedictine, a well-known French liquer. The litigated cases over the right to that name will be found in many places in legal literature and call for no restatement here.
After careful examination of the proofs we are satisfied the court below committed noe rror in its decree enjoining the defendants from using the word "Benedictine" in the sale of their product.
So holding, the decree below is affirmed.
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