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Form M.

PATENT.

FORM OF REQUEST TO ENTER NOTIFICATION OF LICENCE IN THE

REGISTER OF PATENTS.
SIR,

I HEREBY transmit an examined copy of a licence granted
to me by
under Patent No.

of 188 as well as the original licence for verification, and I have to request that a notification thereof may be entered in the Register.

I am,

Sir,
Your obedient Servant,

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To the Comptroller,
Patent Office, 25 Southampton Buildings,

Chancery Lane, London, W.C.

Form N.

APPLICATION FOR DUPLICATE OF PATENT.

PATENT.

Date

SIR,

I REGRET to have to inform you that the Letters Patent, [* Here insert dated *

No. date, No., name, and full address

granted to of Patentee.]

(t Here insert for an invention of t title of invention.)

have been (1 Here insert the word 'destroyed'or lost,'

I beg therefore to apply for the issue of a duplicate of such as the case may Letters Patent. $ be.)

$ Here state interest pos

[Signature of Applicant.] sessed by applicant in the

To the Comptroller, Letters Patent.

Patent Office, 25 Southampton Buildings,

Chancery Lane, London, W.C.

Form O.

PATENT.

NOTICE OF INTENDED EXHIBITION OF AN UNPATENTED

INVENTION.

Here state name and full address of applicant.

† State opened' or 'is to open.'

hereby give notice of my intention to exhibit a
of

at the
Exhibition, which †

ot

18 under the provisions of the Patents, Designs, and Trade Marks Act of 1883. herewith enclose

(Signed)

Insert brief description of invention, with drawings if necessary.

To the Comptroller,
Patent Office, 25 Southampton Buildings,

Chancery Lane, London, W.C.

Form P.

PATENT.

FORM OF REQUEST FOR CORRECTION OF CLERICAL ERROR.

SIR,

I HEREBY request that the following clerical error (a) may be corrected in (6)

(a) or errors.

() Here state whether in application, specification, or register.

Signature
Full Address

To the Comptroller,
Patent Office, 25 Southampton Buildings,

Chancery Lane, London, W.C.

PATENT.

Form Q.

CERTIFICATE OF COMPTROLLER-GENERAL.

Patent Office,

London,

188.

I,

, Comptroller-General of Patents, Designs, and Trade Marks, hereby certify

Form R.

PATENT.

FORM OF NOTICE FOR ALTERATION OF AN ADDRESS IN

REGISTER.

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To the Comptroller,
Patent Office, 25, Southampton Buildings,

Chancery Lane, London, W.C.

Form s.

PATENT.

FORM OF APPLICATION FOR ENTRY OF ORDER OF PRIVY

COUNCIL IN REGISTER. (a)

(a) Here state name and full address of applicant.

(6) IIere state the purport of the order.

hereby transmit an office copy of an Order in Council with reference to (6)

Sir,
Your obedient Servant,

To the Comptroller,
Patent Office, 25, Southampton Buildings,

Chancery Lane, London, W.C.

PATENT.

Form T.

FORM OF APPEAL TO LAW OFFICER.

of (a)

(a) Here insert I, (a) name and full address of appel

hereby give notice of my intention to appeal to the Law Officer lant.

from (6) (6) Here insert of the Comptroller of the

day of the decision' or that

part of the 188 , whereby he (c) decision,' as the case may be. No. (d)

of the year 188 (d) (c) Here insert refused (or allowed) applica

Signature tion for Patent,'

Date or refused (or allowed) application for leave to amend Patent,' N.B.—This notice has to be sent to the Comptroller-General or otherwise, as the case may be.

at the Patent Office, London, W.C., and a copy of same to the (d) Insert Law Officers' Clerk at Room 549, Royal Courts of Justice, number and year. London. 21st December 1883.

(Signed) J. CHAMBERLAIN,

President of the Board of Trade.

PRIVY COUNCIL.

RULES IN PATENT CASES BEFORE THE

JUDICIAL COMMITTEE.

RULES TO BE OBSERVED IN PROCEEDINGS BEFORE THE JUDICIAL

COMMITTEE OF THE Privy COUNCIL UNDER THE ACT OF THE 5th & 6th WM. IV.I

Rule I.—Relates to proceedings for the confirmation of patents under the second section of the repealed Statute, which has not been reenacted.

Rule II.-A party intending to apply by petition, under section 4 of the said Act (sect. 25 of Patents Act, 1883) shall, in the advertisements directed to be published by the said section, give notice of the day on which he intends to apply for a time to be fixed for hearing the matter of his petition (which day shall not be less than four weeks from the date of the publication of the last of the advertisements to be inserted in the 'London Gazette '), and that on or before such day caveats must be entered ; and any person intending to enter a caveat shall enter the same at the Council Office, on or before such day so named in the said advertisements; and having entered such caveat, shall be entitled to have from the petitioner four weeks' notice of the time appointed for the hearing.?

1 Although this Act is repealed, these Rules are continued in force by the sixth subsection of the twenty-fifth section of the Patent Act of 1883, until her Majesty in Council shall be pleased to issue new rules.

? The fourth section of the 5 and 6 Wm. IV. c. 83 required the applicant to advertise his intention to apply for a prolongation three times in the London Gazette and in three London papers and three times in some country paper published in the town where or near to which he carried on any manufacture of anything made accord

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