In French law. A trade-mark is specially or purely the mark of the manufacturer or producer of the article, while a “commercial” mark is that of the dealer or merchant who distributes the product to consumers or the trade. I.a Republique Francaise v. Schultz (C. C.) 57 Fed. 41.

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