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CLASSIFICATION OF GOODS-continued.
(3.) Goods manufactured from
(4.) Tobacco pipes.
(5.) Umbrellas, walkingsticks, brushes, and combs. (6.) Furniture cream, plate powder.
(7.) Tarpaulins, tents, rick-
(8.) Buttons of all kinds,
(10.) Goods not included in
the foregoing classes.
President of the Board of Trade.
21st December 1883.
INSTRUCTIONS TO PERSONS WHO WISH TO REGISTER TRADE MARKS.
1. All communications relating to trade marks, not being Sheffield marks, should be addressed to the Comptroller, Patent Office, Trade Marks Branch. All applications should be in the English language.
They may be made by post, or left at the Patent Office, Trade Marks Branch, 25 Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane, London, W.C.
2. The fees in relation to trade marks registration cannot be received at the Patent Office. They should be paid in exchange for the stamped forms required, which may be obtained at the following places :
List of Places at which Stamped Forms under the Patents, Designs, and Trade Marks Act, 1883, may be obtained.
(a.) At the Inland Revenue Office, Royal Courts of Justice, London.
(b.) At the following Post Offices in London :
The General Post Office, London, E.C.
District Post Office, Lombard Street, E.C.
NOTE.-Arrangements have also been made by which any of the forms required may be ordered of the Postmaster at any Money Order Office in the United Kingdom not included in the above List.
3. The following is a list of the stamped forms under the Patents, Designs, and Trade Marks Act, 1883, which relate to trade marks, and which may be obtained at the places mentioned above:
Of the above forms those bearing the letters "F," "G," and "I" are kept in stock at the various offices named in paragraph 2. Any of the others when required must be bespoken.
Sale of Official Publications.
4. The Patents, Designs, and Trade Marks Act, 1883, and the Rules thereunder in relation to the registration of trade marks, should be carefully studied. Copies of the Act and of the Trade Marks Rules can be had on payment of 2s. 2d. for each copy, at the Sale Branch of the Patent Office, 38 Cursitor Street, Chancery Lane, London, E.C.
5. Post Office orders, sent in payment for the Act and Rules, should be for the sum of 2s. 2d., made payable to H. Reader Lack, at the Chancery Lane Post Office, London, W.C.
6. Copies of the Trade Marks Journal may be obtained at the price of Is. a number from the Sale Branch of the Patent Office, 38 Cursitor Street, Chancery Lane, London, E.C.
Definition of a Trade Mark.
7. The definition of a trade mark (not used prior to the 13th August 1875) is given in the 64th section of the Patents, Designs, and Trade Marks Act, 1883, as follows:
For the purposes of this Act, a trade mark must consist of or contain at least one of the following essential particulars:
"A name of an individual or firm printed, impressed, or woven in some particular and distinctive manner; or
"A written signature or copy of a written signature of the individual or firm applying for registration thereof as a trade mark; or