WATER SET由IGHT TO SELL幽as a trapper who sells the receipt for water sets for foxes any right to claim it as his method when it is used by hundreds of trappers who never got it from him? If a man were to buy it from him and then would sell it again or give it to a friend could the first part claim any damages or collect any? Could he collect $100, if he has a statement to that effect printed on the cover of the book?
A man selling the water set fox method has a perfect right to call it his own method, if he really uses it, but has no right to claim that he is the originator of the method, un less it is really different from that used by others. Most trappers, who use water sets, set the trap in the same manner, but they do not all use the same bait and scent and if one has originated the scent used, I think he would have a right to claim the method as his own. Unless you have signed an agreement to not sell the book, he could not harm you no matter what you do with it. If you have bought it and paid for it, it is yours and you can do what you like with it. If the work is copyrighted, however, you would not dare reprint it, or any portion of it.
Harding, A.R.. 3001 Questions and Answers. Columbus, Oh: A.R. Harding, 1913.
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