Bulletin of the Pan American Union Volume 20
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1905 edition. Excerpt: ...to the examination of the amendments made in the laws of certain countries, the sugar from which is subject to countervailing duties. In the cases of some of the countries concerned the Commission agreed to modify the regulations hitherto enforced, while in regard to the other States it was decided that an inquiry should be held when desired, with a view to placing the Commission in possession of the facts relating to their sugar legislation. INTERNATIONAL PROTECTION OF TRADE-MARKS. The protection of trade-marks is of such importance that several countries, France among them, have formed an international service of registration. The institution has its Sittings at Berne, in the offices of the Industrial Protection Union. Its object is to give the same protection in all of the contracting countries as is given to the owner of the mark in his own conntry. The contracting countries are Belgium, Brazil, Spain, France, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Switzerland, and Tunis. A decree dated May 20, 1903, stipulates that every owner of a trademark regularly registered in France who desires that his work be protected in the contracting States, or those that may hereafter subscribe, must pay into the Central Receiving Bank of the Seine, or, in the departments into the bank of the General " Tresoriers-Payeurs," the sum of 25 francs ($4.82). The payment of this sum, which should be addressed to the "Ossice National de la Propriete Industrielle," 292 rue St. Martin, Paris, should be accompanied by the following precis: (1) request to obtain the registry of the mark at the international ofiice at Berne, accompanied by the name, profession, and address of the applicant..
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