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" Patents, signed by the applicant, specifying his name, domicile, location, and citizenship ; the class of merchandise and the particular description of goods comprised in such class to which the trade-mark is appropriated; a statement of the mode In which... "
The Tribune Almanac and Political Register - Page 88
1906
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Public Documents of Massachusetts, Volume 1

Massachusetts - 1899
...manufacturers," etc., and the section quoted provides further on that the certificate to be filed shall state " the class of merchandise and the particular description of goods comprised in such class to which it has been or is intended to be appropriated." Your letter states that you have been asked to file...
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Albany Law Journal, Volume 3

Law - 1871
...parties and their residences and place of business, who desire the protection of the trademark. 2. The class of merchandise, and the particular description of goods comprised in such class, by which the trade-mark has been, or is intended to be, appropriated. 3. A description of the trade-mark...
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Patent Laws and Practice of Obtaining Letters Patent for Inventions in the ...

Charles Sidney Whitman - Copyright - 1871 - 708 pages
...parties and their residences and place of business who desire the protection of the trade-mark. Second. The class of merchandise and the particular description of goods comprised in such class, by which the trade-made has been or is intended to be appropriated. Third. A description of the trade-mark...
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Patent Laws and Practice of Obtaining Letters Patent for Invention: In the ...

Charles Sidney Whitman - Copyright - 1871 - 708 pages
...parties and their residences and place of business who desire the protection of the trade-mark. Second. The class of merchandise and the particular description of goods comprised in such class, by which the trade-made has been or is intended to be appropriated. Third. A description of the trade-mark...
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A Brief Inquiry Into the Principles, Effect, and Present State of the ...

Henry Howson, Charles Howson - Copyright - 1872 - 112 pages
...parties and their residences and place of business, who desire the protection of the trade-mark. Second. The class of merchandise and the particular description of goods comprised in such class, by which the trade-mark has been or is intended to be appropriated. Third. A description of the trade-mark...
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DRAFT OUTLINES OF AN INTERNATIONAL CODE

DAVID DUDELY FIELD - 1872
...the party who desires the protection of the trade-mark, and his residence and place of business ; 2. The class of merchandise, and the particular description of goods comprised in such class, for which the trade-mark has been or is intended to be appropriated ; 4. The length of time, if any,...
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Parliamentary Papers, Volume 6

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Great Britain - 1873
...The name of the firm (if any) under which and of the place at which he carries on business : 15 (<?.) The class of merchandise, and the particular description of goods comprised in such class, to which the trade mark has been or is intended to be appropriated : (d.) A description of the mode in which the...
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A Treatise on the Law of Trade-marks and Trade-names: Including Foreign Laws ...

Sir Henry Ludlow, Sir Henry Jenkyns - Business names - 1873 - 152 pages
...parties and their residences and place of business, who desire the protection of the trade-mark. Second. The class of merchandise and the particular description of goods comprised in such class, by which the trade-mark has been or is intended to be appropriated. Appendix. Third. A description...
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A Treatise on the Law of Trade-marks: And Analogous Subjects, (firm-names ...

William Henry Browne - Trademarks - 1873 - 677 pages
...the case. Nor need we care to know. Subsection second of said section 77 calls for a statement of " the class of merchandise and the particular description of goods comprised in such class." One class, and no more, is contemplated by the statute. 7 Labels are not trade-marks, but, as we have...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Circuit Court of ..., Volume 10

United States. Circuit Court (2nd Circuit), Samuel Blatchford - Law reports, digests, etc - 1873 - 24 pages
...the firm, as the party desiring the protection, were sufficiently stated. The Act requiring that " the class of merchandise, and the particular description of goods comprised in such class, by which the trade-mark has been or is intended to be appropriated," shall be recorded, it is sufficient,...
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