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schedule hereto respectively, may, as far as they are applicable, be used in any proceedings under these Rules.

EXTENSION OF TIME. 6. An application for extension of time for leaving or accepting a Extension of complete specification shall be in writing and shall state in detail in time for what circumstances and upon what grounds such extension is applied leaving and for, and the comptroller may require the applicant to substantiate accepting such allegations by such proof as the comptroller may think necessary. specification.

REPEAL. 7. Rules 5 and 6 of the Patents Rules, 1883, shall be and they are Repeal. hereby repealed as from the 14th day of August, 1885, without prejudice, nevertheless, to any application then pending.

(Signed) RICHMOND AND GORDON,

President of the Board of Trade. 15th August, 1885.

FIRST SCHEDULE.

£ $. d.

2 0 0

(m) No. 39.—For enlargement of time for filing complete speci

fication not exceeding one month
No. 40.-For enlargement of time for acceptance of complete

specification-
Not exceeding one month....

two months
three months

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(Signed) RICHMOND AND GORDON,

President of the Board of Trade.

15th August, 1885.

Approved.
(Signed) SIDNEY HERBERT,

W. H. WALROND,
Lords Commissioners of her

Majesty's Treasury. 15th August, 1885.

(m) For Nos. 1—38, see First Schedule to P. R. 1883, p. 344, ante. Both sets of fees are in addition to those prescribed in the Second Schedule (p. 329, ante) to the principal Act. See Rule 3 of the above Rules (1885).

SECOND SCHEDULE. Patents, Designs, and Trade Marks Acts, 1883 and 1885. [PATENT.]

FORM A (').

APPLICATION FOR PATENT. (a)

do hereby declare that in possession of an invention for (6)

that (c)

the true and first inventor thereof; and that the same is not in use by any other person or persons to the best of knowledge and belief; and humbly pray that a Patent may be granted to for the said invention. Dated

188

(d)NOTE.

Where application is made through an Agent (Rules 8 and 9 of Patents Rules, 1883), the authorization on the back (if used) should be signed by the applicant or applicants. (a) Here insert name and full address and calling of applicant or applicants.

Here insert title of invention. (c) In the case of more than one applicant, state whether all, or if not, who is or are the inventor or inventors.

(d) To be signed by applicant or applicants.

day of

For the convenience of applicants, suggested forms of authorization to an Agent and statement of address respectively are printed below. They are not, however, to be deemed to be binding upon applicants, no particular form of these documents having been prescribed by the Act or Rules. (1.) Where application is made through an Agent (Rules 8 and 9 of

Patents Rules, 1883). hereby appoint of

to act as

Agent in respect of the within application for a Patent, and request that all notices, requisitions, and communications relating thereto may be sent to such Agent at the above address.

day of

1884

*

• To be signed by applicant or applicants.

(2.) Where application is made without an Agent (Rule 9 of Patents

Rules, 1883). hereby request that all notices, requisitions, and communications in respect of the within application may be sent to

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(1) For reference to this Form, see sect. 5, sub-s. 1, of the principal Act, ante,

p. 308.

Patents, Designs, and Trade Marks Acts, 1883 and 1885. [PATENT.]

FORM A1 (TM). APPLICATION FOR PATENT FOR INVENTIONS COMMUNICATED FROM ABROAD. I(a) of

in the county of do hereby declare that I am in possession of an invention for (6) which invention has been communicated to me from abroad by (c) that I claim to be the true and first inventor thereof; and that the same is not in use within this realm by any other person or persons to the best of my knowledge and belief; and I humbly pray that a Patent may be granted to me for the said invention. Dated

188–.
(d)-

day of

NOTE.-Where application is made through an Agent (Rules 8 and 9 of Patents Rules, 1883) the authorization on the back (if used) should be signed by the applicant or applicants.

(a) Here insert name and full address and calling of applicant.
(0) Here insert title of invention.
(c) Here insert name, address, and calling of communicant.
(d) To be signed by applicant or applicants.

For the convenience of applicants, suggested forms of authorization to an Agent and statement of address respectively are printed below. They are not, however, to be deemed to be binding upon applicants, no particular form of these documents having been prescribed by the Act or Rules. (1.) Where application is made through an Agent (Rules 8 and 9 of

Patents Rules, 1883). hereby appoint of

to act as

— Agent in respect of the within application for a Patent, and request that all notices, requisitions, and communications relating thereto may be sent to such Agent at the above address.

day of

188

.

* To be signed by applicant or applicants.

(2.) Where application is made without an Agent (Rule 9 of Patents

Rules, 1883). hereby request that all notices, requisitions, and communications in respect of the within application may be sent to at

day of

188—

t
† To be signed by applicant or applicants.

(1) For reference to this Form, see sect. 5, sub-s. 1, of the principal Act, ante, p. 308, and for observations on such applications, see ante, pp. 11–13.

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To be issued with form A or A1.
Patents, Designs, and Trade Marks Acts, 1883 and 1885.

Form B (").
PROVISIONAL SPECIFICATION.

(To be furnished in duplicate.) (a) (0) do hereby declare the nature of this invention to be as follows (c):

NOTE.—No stamp is required on this document, which must form the commencement of the Provisional Specification; the continuation to be upon wide-ruled foolscap paper (but on ono side only) with a margin of two inches on left hand of paper. The Provisional Specification and the “ Duplicate " thereof must be signed by the applicant, or his agent, on the last sheet, the date being first inserted as follows:

Dated this — day of — 18–.(a) Here insert title as in declaration.

(6) Here insert name, and full address and calling of applicant or applicants as in declaration.

(c) Here insert short description of invention.

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Patents, Designs, and Trade Marks Acts, 1883 and 1885.

Where provisional specification

has been left, quote No. and date.

No.

Date (PATENT.]

Form C (?).

COMPLETE SPECIFICATION. (To be furnished in duplicate—one unstamped.) (a)

(6) do hereby declare the nature of this invention and in what manner the same is to be performed, to be particularly described and ascertained in and by the following statement (c):

NOTE.—This document must form the commencement of the Complete Specification; the continuation to be upon wide-ruled foolscap paper (but on one side only) with a margin of two inches on left hand of paper. The Complete Specification and the “Duplicate " thereof must be signed by the applicant, or his agent, on the last sheet, the date being first inserted as follows ::

"Dated this day of 18–." (a) Here insert title as in declaration.

(6) Here insert name, and full address, and calling of applicant or applicants as in declaration.

(c) Here insert full description of invention which must end with a distinct statement of claim or claims, in the following form :

“Having now particularly described and ascertained the nature of my said Invention, and in what manner the same is to be performed, I declare that what I claim is :

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Here state distinctly the features of novelty claimed.

(1) As to provisional specifications, see sects. 5–15 of the principal Act, and Pp. 4, 12, 13, ante.

(2) As to complete specifications, see sects. 5–15 of the principal Act, and ante, pp. 5, 14, 15,

Patents, Designs, and Trade Marks Acts, 1883 and 1885. [PATENT.]

FORM U (TM). FORM OF APPLICATION FOR EXTENSION OF TIME FOR LEAVING A COMPLETE

SPECIFICATION. SIR,

hereby apply for extension of time for one month in which to leave a complete specification upon application No.

dated The circumstances in and grounds upon which this extension is applied for are as follows (a):

Sir,
Your obedient Servant,

(b) To the Comptroller,

Patent Office, 25, Southampton Buildings,

Chancery Lane, London, W.C.

(a) See Rule 6 of Patents Rules, 1885.
(0) To be signed by applicant or applicants or his or their agent.

Patents, Designs, and Trade Marks Acts, 1883 and 1885. (PATENT.]

FORM V). FORM OF APPLICATION FOR EXTENSION OF TIME FOR ACCEPTANCE OF A

COMPLETE SPECIFICATION. SIR,

hereby apply for extension of time for month- for the acceptance of the complete specification upon application No. — dated

The circumstances in and grounds upon which this extension is applied for are as follows(a):

Sir,
Your obedient Servant,

(6) To the Comptroller,

Patent Office, 25, Southampton Buildings,

Chancery Lane, London, W.C.

(a) See Rule 6 of Patents Rules, 1885.
) To be signed by applicant or applicants, or his or their agent.

(1) As to time for leaving a complete specification, see sect. 8 of the principal Act, ante, p. 309. Extensions are authorized under sect. 3 of the Amendment Act of 1885, ante, p. 332.

(3) As to time for acceptance, see sect. 9, sub-s. 4 of the principal Act, ante, p. 309. Extensions of tho time are authorized under sect. 3 of the Amendment Act, 1885, ante, p. 332.

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