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" Any person who represents that any article sold by him is a patented article, when no patent has been granted for the same, or describes any design or trade mark applied to any article sold by him as registered which is not so, shall be liable for every... "
Handbook of Patent Law of All Countries - Page 36
by William Phillips Thompson - 1905 - 211 pages
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The Company and Commercial Laws of the Transvaal: With Explanatory Notes and ...

Transvaal (South Africa) - Corporation law - 1905 - 462 pages
...shall, however, cease on the revocation of the term for which the revoked one was, granted. 42. (1) Any person who represents that any article sold by him is a patented article when no patent or similar exclusive privilege has been granted for the same shall be liable for every offence to a...
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Laws of the Colony of Southern Nigeria, Volume 1

Nigeria. Compilations - 1908 - 880 pages
...years ; and such offence shall be tried on information. (2.) Any person who describes any trade mark applied to any article sold by him as registered, which is not so, shall be guilty of an offence, and liable on conviction to a penalty not exceeding five pounds. A person...
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The Law and Practice Relating to Letters Patent for Inventions

Thomas Terrell - Patent laws and legislation - 1909 - 787 pages
...under this Act. Offences. 105. — (1) Any person who represents that any article sold by Penalty on him is a patented article, when no patent has been granted for the ^^ represame, or describes any design or trade mark applied to any article articles to be sold by him...
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Patent Laws of the World, Volume 1

Chartered Institute of Patent Agents (London, England) - Patent laws and legislation - 1911
...Registrar. Penalty on person falsely representing that article sold by him is a patent article. 52. (1) Any person who represents that any article sold by...article, when no patent has been granted for the same, shall be liable for every offence on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding fire pounds. (2) A...
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The Law of Trade Marks: And Their Registration and Matters Connected ...

Lewis Boyd Sebastian, Harry Baird Hemming, Skinner Raymond Sebastian - Electronic books - 1911 - 892 pages
...25 Fed. Rep. 76')) ; s corporation is responsible for the act of its superintendent in wrongfully " any person who represents that any article sold by him is a patented article, when no patent has boon granted for the same, or describes any design or trade mark applied to any article sold by him...
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The Law of Trade Marks and Trade Name: With Chapters on Trade Secret and ...

Duncan Mackenzie Kerly - Business names - 1913 - 979 pages
...Offences. 105. (1.) Any person who represents tliat any article Bold by him is a patented artlrle, when no patent has been granted for the same, or describes any design or trade mark applied to any article sold by him as registered which is not so, shall be liable for every...
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Trade Mark Laws of the World, and Unfair Trade

Berthold Singer - Competition, Unfair - 1913 - 698 pages
...rigorous imprisonment for a term not exceeding seven years. Any person who describes any trade mark applied to any article sold by him as registered, which is not so, shall be guilty of an offense, and liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding fifty rupees. A person...
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Patent and Trade Mark Review, Volume 20

Patents - 1922 - 406 pages
...or of the rights of any person under or through whom he claims. 16. (1) Any person who repre-. sents that any article sold by him is a patented article, when no patent or similar exclusive privilege has been granted for the same, shall be liable upon conviction- for...
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Trade Mark Laws of the World

John Henry Ruege, Walter B. Graham, William Wallace White - Trademarks - 1922 - 1007 pages
...seven years. Falsely describing trade mark as registered (2) Any person who describes any trade mark applied to any article sold by him as registered, which is not so, shall be guilty of an offence, and liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding fifty rupees. A person...
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Reports of Patent, Design, and Trade Mark Cases, Volume 40

Design protection - 1923 - 580 pages
...gathered, but apparently it is something like this : that the Statute reaUy means — if any person falsely represents that any article sold by him is a patented article when he has no patent at all, whether relating to that article or something1 else, or when he does not really...
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