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ABBREVIATIONS.

Act of 1875.
Act of 1883.

App. Cas.
Atk.
B. & Ad.
B. & Cr.
B. & S.
Beav.
C. A.
C. B.

C. B. N. S.
C. C. R.
C. P.
C. & M.
Ch.
Ch. D.
Coop.

38 & 39 Vict., c. 91 (Trade Marks Registra

tion).
46 & 47 Vict., c. 57 (Patents, Designs, and

Trade Marks).
Law Reports, Appeal Cases, 1875-85.
Atkyn's Reports, 1736-55.
Barnewall and Adolphus' Reports, 1830-34.
Barnewall and Cresswall's Reports, 1822-30.
Best and Smith's Reports, 1861-69.
Beavan's Reports, 1838-36.
Court of Appeal.
Common Bench Reports, or Manning, Gran-

ger, and Scott's Reports, 1845-56.
Common Bench Reports, New Series, 1856-65.
Crown Cases Reserved.
Common Pleas.
Crompton and Meeson's Reports, 1832-34.
Chancery.
Law Reports, Chancery Division, 1875-85.
Cooper's Cases of the Time of Lord Cotten-

ham, 1837-38.
Cox's Criminal Cases, 1843-84.
Dowling's Practice Cases, 1830-40.
Dearsley and Ball's Crown Cases, 1856-58.
Davison and Merivale's Reports, 1843-44.
Dowling and Ryland's Reports, 1821-27.
De Gex, Fisher, and Jones' Reports, 1860-62.
De Gex, Jones, and Smith's Reports, 1862-66.
De Gex, Macnaghten, and Gordon's Reports,

1851-57-
Douglas' Reports, 1778-84.
Ellis and Ellis' Reports, 1858-61.
Equity.
Equity Reports.
Exchequer.
Exchequer Chamber.
Giffard's Reports, 1857-65.
House of Lords.
Clark and Finelly's House of Lords Reports,

1831-46.
Hemming and Miller's Reports, 1862-65.
Hurlstone and Norman’s Reports, 1856-61.

Cox.
D. P. R.
D. & B.
D. & M.
D. & R.
De G. F. & J.
De G. J. & S.
De G. M. & G.

Doug.
Ell. & Ell.
Eq.
Eq. Rep.
Ex.
Ex. Ch.
Giff.
H. L.
H. L. C.

H. & M.
H. & N.

Hare.
Instructions.

J.
J. & H.
Jur.
Jur. N. S.
K. B.
K. & J.
L. C.
L. J.
L. J. Ch.
L. J. Ex.
L. J. C. P.
L. J. K. B.
L. J. Q. B.
L. J. M. C.

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L. J. N. of C.
L. R.
L. R. Ch.
L. R. Eq.
L. R. Ex.
L. R. H. L.

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Hare's Reports, 1841-53.
Instructions to those who wish to Register

Trade Marks, issued at the Patent Office.
Mr. Justice.
Johnson and Hemming's Reports, 1860-62.
Jurist Reports, 1837-54.
Jurist Reports, New Series, 1855-66.
King's Bench.
Kay and Johnson's Reports, 1854-58.
Lord Chancellor.
Lord Justice.
Law Journal Reports, Chancery, 1823-85.

Exchequer,
Common Pleas,
King's Bench,
Queen's Bench,

Magistrate's Cases,
1823-85.
Law Journal Reports, Notes of Cases.
Law Reports, 1865-85.

Chancery Appeal Cases, 1865-75.
Equity Cases, 1865-75.
Exchequer Cases, 1865-75.

English and Irish Appeal Cases,
1865-75.
Law Reports, Queen's Bench Cases, 1865-75.
Law Times Reports, 1845-59.
Law Times Reports, New Series, 1859-85.
Master of the Rolls.
Meeson & Welsby's Reports, 1836-47.
Manning and Granger's Reports, 1840-44.
Manning and Ryland's Reports, 1827-30.
Mylne and Craig's Reports, 1836-40.
Phillip's Reports, 1841-49.
Adolphus and Ellis' Queen's Bench Reports,

1834-40.
Law Reports, Queen's Bench Division,

1875-85.
Scott's Reports, 1834-40.
Scott's New Reports, 1840-45.
Sebastian's Digest of Trade Mark Cases.
Smith's Leading Cases.
Swanston's Reports, 1818-19.
Durnford and East's Term Reports, 1785-

1800,
Vice-Chancellor.
Vesey and Beame's Reports, 1812-14.
Law Reports, Weekly Notes.
Weekly Reporter, 1854-85.

L. R. Q. B.
L. T.
L. T. N. S.
M. R.
M. & W.
Man. & G.
Man. & R.
My. & Cr.
Ph.

Q. B.

Q. B. D.

Scott.
Scott. N. R.
Seb. Dig
Smith's L. C.
Swans.
T. R.

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V. C.
V. & B.
W. N.
W. R.

ADDENDA.

P. 27–Last line ; add, “In re Riviere's Trade Mark (2), C. A.

1885, Solicitor's Journal, vol. 29, p. 500 ; Law Times,

vol. 79, p. 60." P. 33—Nine lines from bottom; add, “See also Snelling v.

Pulling, C. A. 1885, 29 Ch. D. 85." P. 48—Nineteen lines from top ; add, “Where an order has been

made for an appellant to give security for the costs of an appeal, it has been held that if he does not give it within a reasonable time the court will dismiss the appeal without giving further time, unless there are extenuating circumstances, and that as a general rule a period of three months is more than a reasonable time ; Washburn Manufacturing Co. v. Moen, C. A. 1885, 29

Ch. D. 48.” P. 55—Twelve lines from bottom ; add, “In re Friedlander's

Trade Mark, Chitty, J., 1885, W. N. 85; L. J. N. of C. 80; Solicitor's Journal, vol. 29, p. 397;

Law Times, vol. 79, p. 95 ; In re Wood's Trade Mark, Pearson, J., 1885, W. N. 99; L. J. N. of C. 95; Solicitor's Journal, vol. 29, p. 455; In re Riviere's Trade Mark (2), C. A. 1885,

Solicitor's Journal, vol. 29, p. 500.” P. 57—Sixteen lines from bottom ; add, “ For an instance of a

case in which, on the Board referring an appeal to the court, the applicant appears to have proceeded by. motion under sect. 90, see In re Trade Mark · Alpine, Chitty, J., 1885, W. N. 120 ; L. J. N. of C. 106; Solici. tor's Journal, vol. 29, p. 500. In re Trade Mark · White Rose,' Kay, J., 1885, W. N. 127; L. J. N. of C. 111, the application to the court was by summons, and it does not appear that it was preceded by an appeal to

the Board of Trade." P. 58–Eight lines from top; add, “For an instance of a motion

under sect. 90 of the Act to rectify the register, see In re Mitchell's and Houghton and Hallmark's Trade Mark, Chitty, J., 1885, 28 Ch. D. 666 ; 33 W. R. 148 and 408.”

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P. 58—Ten lines from bottom; add, “And the same rule as to

costs will hold when the applicant is successful on the Board referring an appeal to the court : In re Trade Mark 'Alpine, Chitty, J., 1885, W. N. 120 ; L. J. N.

of C. 106; Solicitor's Journal, vol. 29, p. 500. P. 63—Three lines from top; add, “ The entry on the registration

of two similar trade marks in the same class of a note that the use of the marks so registered is restricted by an agreement between the respective owners (the effect of which is not stated) is irregular and contrary to sect. 85 of the Act; the entry should properly consist of a note of mutual undertakings not to use the marks except in a certain manner or within specified districts : In re Mitchell's and Houghton and Hallmark's Trade Marks,

Chitty, J., 1885, 28 Ch. D. 666; 33 W. R. 408." P. 69—Twenty-two lines from top; add, « L. J. N. of C. 80;

Solicitor's Journal, vol. 29, p. 397 ; Law Times, vol. 79, P. 95: On the ground, however, that it is immaterial for the purposes of this section whether the word is newly invented or fancifully applied so long as such application creates a distinction, it has been held that the word ' Alpine, as applied to woollen and cotton goods (In re Trade Mark · Alpine, Chitty, J., 1885, W. N. 120; L. J. N. of C. 106 ; Solicitor's Journal, vol. 29, p. 500) and the word ‘Lawford,' the name of a celebrated lawn-tennis player, as applied to tennis bats (Slazenger v. Malings, Pearson, J., 1885, W. N. 124; Solicitor's Journal, vol. 29, p. 517) are ‘fancy words not in common use,' and are consequently capable of regis

tration as new trade marks." P. 71—Thirteen lines from bottom; add, “In re Riviere's Trade

Mark (2), C. A. 1885, Solicitor's Journal, vol. 29, p.

500; Law Times, vol. 79, p. 60." P. 75–Six lines from bottom; add, “ Eton Cigarettes' in Wood

v. Lambert, Pearson, J., 1885, W. N. 99; L. J. N. of C.

95; Solicitor's Journal, vol. 29, p. 455. P. 83--Fifteen lines from bottom; add, “Without saying that it

is impossible to substitute the name of one person for another on the register, as a general rule the provisions made by the Act and Rules for an application for the registration of a trade mark ought to be followed. In particular it is important that the prescribed advertise. ments should be given. It may well be that as against the person who is on the register the applicant to strike him off may have a very good right, while as against other persons who are not present he may not be entitled to be on the register : per Cotton, L.J., in In re Riviere's Trade Mark (2), Ć. A. 1885, Solicitor's Journal, vol. 29, p. 500 ; Law Times, vol. 79. p. 60.

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P. 88-Four lines from bottom ; add, “ In re Trade Mark Alpine,'

Chitty, J. 1885, W. N. 120; L. J. N. of C. 106; Solicitor's

Journal, vol. 29, p. 500.". P. 97—Twelve lines from top; add, " (v.) Where a trade mark con

sisted of a picture of a hunting field with the words “Grant's Morella Cherry Brandy, Sportsman's Special Quality,' and evidence was adduced that the brandy was generally known and sold as the Sportsman's Cherry Brandy, another trade mark composed of a hunting field (although somewhat dissimilar to the first), and the words ‘Huntsman's Cherry Brandy,' was held to be calculated to deceive: In re Barker's Trade

Mark, Kay, J., 1885, L. J. N. of C. 102. P. 115—Nine lines from bottom ; add, In re Riviere's Trade Mark

(2), C. A. 1885, Solicitor's Journal, vol. 29, p. 500; Law

Times, vol. 79, p. 60.” P. 130—Seventeen lines from bottom ; add, “See, however, In re

Riviere's Trade Mark (2), C. A. 1885, Solicitor's Journal,

vol. 29, p. 500 ; Law Times, vol. 79, p. 60." P. 131-Fifteen lines from bottom; add, “When, however, the case

was heard on its merits, some doubt was expressed whether a person trading only in India could beaggrieved by the registration of a trade mark in England : In re Riviere's Trade Mark (2), C. A. 1885, Solicitor's Journal,

vol. 29, p. 500 ; Law Times, vol. 79, p. 60." P. 132—Six lines from bottom; add, “In a case where an appeal

was apparently referred by the Board to the court, the procedure adopted was a motion under sect. 90 by the applicant: In re Trade Mark Alpine, Chitty, J., 1885, W. N. 120 ; L. J. N. of C. 106; Solicitor's Journal, vol. 29, p. 500. In another case the application to compel the Comptroller to register, seems to have been by summons without any preliminary appeal to the Board : In re Trade Mark White Rose, Kay, J., 1885, W.N. 127; L. J. N. of C. WI; Solicitor's Journal, vol. 29, p.

540 ; Law Times, vol. 79, p. 95." P. 138--Nine lines from bottom ; add, "See, however, observations

of Cotton, L.J., in In re Riviere's Trade Mark (2), C. A.

1885, Solicitor's Journal, vol. 29, p. 500 : Law Times, vol. P. 140-Two lines from top; add, “ In re Trade Mark ' Alpine,'

Chitty, J., 1885, W. N. 120 ; L. J. N. of C. 106; Solicitor's

Journal, vol. 29, p. 500." N.B.-In re Wragg's Trade Mark, Pearson, J., 1885, is now reported

in 29 Ch. D. 551.

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79, p. 60."

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