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Repeal of previous rules.

at an industrial or international exhibition, or of publishing a description of a design during the period of the holding of the exhibition, shall, after having obtained from the Board of Trade a certificate that the exhibition is an industrial or international one, give to the Comptroller seven days' notice in writing of his intention to exhibit the design or article, or to publish a description of the design, as the case may be.

For the purpose of identifying the design in the event of an application to register the same being subsequently made, the applicant shall furnish to the Comptroller a brief description of the nature of the design, accompanied by a sketch or drawing thereof, and such other information as the Comptroller may in each case require (a).

(a) See s. 57, page 108.

Repeal.

37. All general rules and regulations made by any authority under the Acts relating to the Copyright of Designs, and in force on the 31st December, 1883, shall be, and they are hereby repealed as from that date without prejudice nevertheless to any application then pending (y).

(y) For saving as to existing rules, see s. 115, page 167.

J. CHAMBERLAIN, President of the Board of Trade.

21st December, 1883.

SCHEDULES.

FIRST SCHEDULE.

FEES.

1. On application to register one design to be applied to single articles in each class except classes 13 and 14

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2. On application to register one design to be applied to single articles in classes 13 and 14 3. On application to register one design to be applied to a set of articles for each class of registration

4. On notice of appeal to Board of Trade against
refusal of comptroller to register.

5. Copy of certificate of registration, each copy
6. On request for certificate of comptroller for
legal proceedings or other special purpose

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7. On request to enter name of subsequent proprietor

8. On notice to comptroller of intended exhibition of an unregistered design

9. Inspection of design of which the copyright has expired, for each quarter of an hour

10. Copy of one such design.

11. On request to correct clerical error

12. On request for search under section 53

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13. On request to enter new address.
14. For office copy, every 100 words

15. For certifying office copies, MSS. or printed

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NOTE.-The term "set" to include any number of articles ordinarily on sale together irrespective of the varieties of size and arrangement in which the particular design may be shown on each separate article.

Approved,

CHARLES C. COTES,

J. CHAMBERLAIN,

President of the Board of Trade.

HERBERT J. GLADSTONE,

Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury.

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Application for Copy of Certificate of Registration 258

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Request for Certificate for use in Legal Proceedings 259
Certificate for use in Legal Proceedings
Request to enter Name of Subsequent Proprietor 261
Notice of intending Exhibition of Unregistered

Design.

Request for Correction of Clerical Error or for

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Entry of New Address

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THIRD SCHEDULE.

Classification of Articles of Manufacture and Substances.

Classes.

1. Articles composed wholly or partly of metal, not included in Class 2.

2. Jewellery.

3. Articles composed wholly or partly of wood, bone, ivory, papier maché, or other solid substances not included in other classes.

4. Articles composed wholly or partly of glass, earthenware, or porcelain, bricks, tiles, or cement.

5. Articles composed wholly or partly of paper (except hangings).

6. Articles composed wholly or partly of leather, including bookbinding, of all materials.

7. Paper hangings.

8. Carpets and rugs in all materials, floorcloths, and oilcloths.

9. Lace, hosiery.

10. Millinery and wearing apparel, including boots and shoes. 11. Ornamental needlework on muslin or other textile fabrics. 12. Goods not included in other classes.

13. Printed or woven designs on textile piece goods.

14. Printed or woven designs on handkerchiefs and shawls.

21st December, 1883.

J. CHAMBERLAIN,

President of the Board of Trade.

PATENTS, DESIGNS, AND TRADE MARKS ACT,

1883. FORM E.

Application for Registration of Design in Classes

You are hereby requested to register the accompanying design in Class

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(a) Here insert legibly the name, address, and description of the individual or firm.

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