The Patents, Designs, and Trade Marks Act, 1883 (46 & 47 Vict. C. 57) with the Rules and Instructions: Together with Pleadings, Orders, and Precedents

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Stevens and Sons, 1884 - Copyright - 429 pages
 

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Contents

Reference of application to examiner
9
SECT PAGE 10 Advertisement on acceptance of complete specification
16
Sealing of patent
20
Date of patent
23
Protection by Complete Specification 15 Effect of acceptance of complete specification
24
Extent of patent
25
Amendment of Specification 18 Amendment of specification
27
Power to disclaim part of invention during action c
32
Advertisement of amendment
33
Register of Patents 23 Register of patents
35
Fees in schedule
37
SECT PAGE 26 Revocation of patent
44
Patent to bind Crown
46
Legal Proceedings 28 Hearing with assessor
47
Delivery of particulars
48
Order for inspection c in action
52
Skewes 1 Web 213
53
Certificate of validity questioned and costs thereon
56
Remedy in case of groundless threats of legal proceedings
57
Patent for one invention only
58
Patent on application of representative of deceased in ventor
59
Assignment for particular places
60
Exhibition at industrial or international exhibition not to prejudice patent rights
61
Publication of illustrated journal indexes c
62
Patent Museum
64
Foreign vessels in British waters
65
Assignment to Secretary for War of certain inventions
66
Existing Patents 45 Provisions respecting existing patents
68
Definitions of patent patentee and invention
69
Clementson 12 Ch D 714
73
Copyright in Registered Designs
75
Registration of Trade Marks SECT PAGE 62 Application for registration
86
Limit of time for proceeding with application
89
Walmsley L R 1 Eq 518 90 105
90
Connection of trade mark with goods
95
Trade marks may be registered in any colour
96
Assignment and transmission of trade mark
98
Conflicting claims to registration
99
Further restriction on registration
100
Saving for power to provide for entry on register of common marks as additions to trade marks
101
Effect of Registration 75 Registration equivalent to public use
102
Information as to existence of copyright
103
Mather 22 Ch D 629 50
107
Register of Trade Marks 78 Register of trade marks
110
Removal of trade mark after fourteen years unless fee paid
111
Fees for registration c
113
Patent Office and Proceedings thereat SECT PAGE 82 Patent Office
120
Officers and clerks
121
Register of Designs
122
Inspection of and extracts from registers
124
Sealed copies to be received in evidence
125
Rectification of registers by court
126
Power for comptroller to correct clerical errors
127
Alteration of registered mark
128
Falsification of entries in registers
129
Power of comptroller to take directions of law officers
130
Applications and notices by post
131
Provision as to days for leaving documents at office
132
Transmission of certified printed copies of specifica tions c
133
Power for Board of Trade to make general rules for classifying goods and regulating business of patent office
134
Annual reports of comptroller
135
International arrangements for protection of inventions designs and trade marks
136
Provision for colonies and India
137
Penalty on unauthorised assumption of Royal arms
138
SECT PAGE 107 Saving for Courts in Scotland
139
Proceedings for revocation of patent in Scotland
140
Isle of Man
141
Repeal Transitional Provisions Savings 113 Repeal and saving for past operation of repealed enact ments c
142
Saving for existing rules
143
The First SCHEDULE Forms of Application c
145
RULES AS TO APPEALS TO LAW OFFICER
182
A Application for a patent
188
Petition for compulsory licence
197
Application to register subsequent proprietor
201
Application to register licence
202
N Application for duplicate patent
203
Notice of exhibition of unpatented invention
204
P Request for correction of clerical error
205
R Notice of alteration of address
206
T Notice of appeal to law officer
207
DESIGNS RULES RULE 1 Commencement
208
Forms
209
Sketches and drawings of design
210
1315 Hearing by comptroller
211
Registering design
212
Registering body corporate
213
Amendment of documents
214
Inspection
215
Exhibition of unregistered design
216
Fees on registration
220
FIRST SCHEDULE TO DESIGNS RULES
222
Mac Alpine 8 Beav 230 53 54
233
TRADE MARKS RULES
234
RULES PAGE 12 Requirement in case of metal goods
236
Number of representations in case of a series
237
Exercise of discretionary powers
238
2527 Advertisement of registration
239
Advertisement of a series
240
Date of registration
241
Registering trade mark
242
Registration of body corporate
243
Settlement of special case
244
Alteration of address
245
Dispensing with evidence
246
5356 Cutlers Company
247
Certificates
248
Repeal of former rules
249
TRADE MARKS INSTRUCTIONS
250
PARA PAGE 3 List of stamped forms
252
46 Sale of Act and rules and journal
253
PARA
254
Searches by comptroller
255
Separate application for each class
256
Additional representations
257
Common marks
258
2931 Restrictions on registration
259
Mark indicating goods to which it is applied
260
Objection to security for costs
262
Office at Manchester for search
263
Subsequent proprietors
264
Address of comptroller 250
265
SECOND SCHEDULE TO TRADE MARKS RULES TRADE MARKS FORMS
268
F Application for registration
269
G Additional representation
270
H Notice of appeal to Board of Trade
271
Transmission of fee
272
J Notice of opposition
273
K Application to register subsequent proprietor
274
Request for certificate of refusal
275
Application for alteration of address
276
Ti Application for general certificate
283
THIRD SCHEDULE TO TRADE MARKS RULES
289
APPENDIX
301
APPENDIX
320
INDEX TO OTHER PRECEDENTS
339
APPENDIX D
362
Legal Proceedings
369
Penalty on piracy of registered design
381
Fees paid by stamped forms 250
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Redgate Ex parte L R 4 Ch 577 38 L J
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Page 131 - Copies of all specifications, drawings, and amendments, left at the Patent Office after the commencement of this Act, printed for and sealed with the seal of the Patent Office, shall be transmitted to the Edinburgh museum of science and art, and to the enrolments office of the chancery division in Ireland, and to the...
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Page 148 - ... hereby granted shall determine and become void notwithstanding anything herein-before contained : Provided also that nothing herein contained shall prevent the granting of licences in such manner and for such considerations as they may by law be granted : And lastly, we do by these presents for us, our heirs and successors, grant unto the said patentee that these our letters patent shall be construed in the most beneficial sense for the advantage of the said patentee.

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