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241.1 ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY Established: In the Department of Commerce by the Patent Office Name Change Act (88 Stat. Predecessor Agencies: Patent Board, consisting of Secretary of State, Secretary of War, and Attorney General (1790-93) In the Department of State: Functions: Administers the laws and regulations governing the issuance of patents and trademarks, adjudicates resulting questions, and processes international applications for patents. Holdcamper, comp., "Preliminary Inventory of the Records of the Patent Office," NC 147 (1966); supplement in National Archives microfiche edition of preliminary inventories. RECORDS 241.2 RECORDS OF THE PATENT OFFICE (RECONSTRUCTED RECORDS) RELATING TO "NAME AND DATE" PATENTS 1837-87 12 lin. History: Granting of patents for inventions made a function of the Federal Government by Article I, section 8, of the Constitution. 318), February 21, 1793, with responsibility for issuing patents given to Secretary of State.Related Records: Record copies of publications of the Patent Office and the Patent and Trademark Office in RG 287, Publications of the U. Patent Board, consisting of Secretary of State, Secretary of War, and Attorney General, established by the Patent Act of 1790 (1 Stat. Superintendent of Patents appointed by Secretary of State, 1802.Superintendent of Patents and staff, collectively called the Patent Office, functioned in immediate office of the Secretary of State, 1802-36. 117), July 4, 1836, Patent Office established as a separate organization within the Department of State, with a Commissioner of Patents at its head. Note: Patent records predating 1836 were unnumbered and could be accessed only by name of patentee and date of patent.After 1836, unique numbers assigned by the Patent Office distinguished each new patent.