The Trade Marks Registration ACT, 1875; And the Rules Thereunder, with Introd., Notes, and Practical Directions as to Registering Trade Marks

The Trade Marks Registration ACT, 1875; And the Rules Thereunder, with Introd., Notes, and Practical Directions as to Registering Trade Marks : Together with the Merchandise Marks ACT, 1862, with Notes and a Copious Index to the Whole

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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. 1876 edition. Excerpt: ...such chattel or article, or in, upon, about, or with any cask, bottle, stopper, vessel, case, cover, wrapper, band, reel, ticket, label, or other thing in, upon, about, or with which such chattel or article shall be so sold or uttered or exposed for sale or other purpose as aforesaid, shall for every such offence forfeit and pay to Her Majesty a sum of money equal to the value of the chattel or article so sold, uttered, offered, or exposed for sale or other purpose as aforesaid, and a further sum not exceeding five pounds and not less than ten shillings. Note.---This section gives summary remedy, but persons committing the oifences therein mentioned are indictable also at common law for obtaining money under false pretences (Reg. v. Dunolas, 6 Cox, Grim. Gas. 380). 5. Every addition to and every alteration of and also every imitation of any trade mark which shall be made, applied, or used with intent to defraud or to enable any other person to defraud, or which shall cause a trade mark with such alteration or addition, or shall cause such imitation of a trade mark to resemble any genuine trade mark so or in such manner as to be calculated or likely to deceive, shall be and be deemed to be a false, forged, and counterfeited trade mark within the meaning of this Act; and every act of making, applying, or otherwise using any such addition to or alteration of a trade mark or any such imitation of a trade mark as aforesaid done by any person with intent to defraud, or to enable any other person to defraud, shall be and be deemed to be forging and counterfeiting a trade mark within the meaning of this Act. Note.---The meaning of this obscurely worded section is that any trade mark which is altered or added to, with a fraudulent intent, .show more

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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236787188
  • 9781236787187