Obrázky stránek
PDF
ePub

233

260

Designs. Trade-Marks. (See Australian Commonwealth.)

4, 5
PERU. Trade-Marks. Applications. Opposition. Order of February
28, 1914

262
Trade-Marks. Regulations of February 1, 1913

262
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. Proprietary Medicines. Act No. 2342. Ef-
fective July 1, 1914

369
PORTUGAL. Industrial Property. Revised Rules. Decree No. 269 of
January 10, 1914

202
Patents. Titles for Inventions. Rule No. 70 of November 21,
1913

132
Patents of Introduction. Law of July 12, 1913

70
Patents. Rules (Decree No. 269) of January 10, 1914
Patents. Trade-Marks. Designs. Models, etc. Rules of June
11, 1911

103
Trade-Marks. Rules (Decree No. 269) of January 10, 1914

203, 270, 292, 330, 370
Wines of Porto Law of July 18, 1913.

(Notice) 69
RUMANIA. Trade-Marks. “Red Cross." Law of May 17-30, 1913.
(Notice)

113
RUSSIA-GERMANY. Copyright. Treaty of February 28, 1913. (Notice) 36
Trade-Marks. "hed Cross." Law of June 28, 1912

37
SALVADOR Trade-Marks. Law of June 30, 1913

6
SERVIA. Trade-Marks. Protection. Extension to New Territory.
(Notice)

163
SOUTHERN RHODESIA. Copyright. Proclamation 1914. (Notice) 260
SPAIN-PANAMA. Copyright. Treaty of July 25, 1912. (Notice)

36
SWAZILAND. Copyright. Proclamation, 1914. (Notice)

260
SWEDEN. Patents. Trade-Marks. Renewals. Moratorium. (Notice) 352
SWITZERLAND. Patents Designs. Models. Priority. Law of April
3, 1914

..259, 372
TRANSVAAL. Patents. Computation of Time. Notice, April 2, 1913 165
TURKEY Industrial Property. Documents. Consular Fees. Order

Effective March 14, 1914. (Notice)
UNITED STATES.
Copyright. Amendatory Act of March 28, 1914

213
Copyright. Pan-American Convention. Proclamation of July
13, 1914

329
Food and Drugs Act. Regulatory Announcement of May 11, 1914 312
Panama Pacific International Exposition. Industrial Property.
Act of September 18, 1913

25
Pan-American Convention. Patents. Designs. Models. Pro-
clamation of July 29, 1914

367
Pan-American Copyright Convention. Proclamation of July 13,
1914

328
AND POSSESSIONS. Trade-Marks. Customs Regulation of Sep-
tember 7, 1909

379
VENEZUELA. Patents. Concessions. License. Decree of June 10,
1913.
Text

77
Patents. Concessions. License. Decree of June 27, 1914, Re-
voking Decree of June 10, 1913. Text

327
LUXEMBURG. PATENTS. TRADE-MARKS. Statistics, 1912

195
MEXICO Industrial Property. Applications. Present Status

286
Patents under Huerta Regime Invalid. Regulation of September 12,
1914. Text. Translation

384
PATENTS. TRADE-MARKS. Conditions Increased Fees

102
Working. Compulsory License Granted

35
TRADE-MARKS. Marking. Requirements

329
NATIONAL FOREIGN TRADE CONVENTION Meeting at Washington

227
NETHERLANDS (THE). Patent Office and Statistics

99
NEWFOUNDLAND. COPYRIGHT. Adhesion to Revised Berne Convention.
Notice, July 1, 1912

163
PATENTS. Act (Amendatory) of March 11, 1914. Text

228
NEW YORK CITY. Commercial Emblem

259
NEW YORK STATE. Documents. Authentication. Opinion of Attorney-
General

38
NEW ZEALAND. PATENTS. Lapsing. Restoration. Regulations, October
6, 1913. Text

106
PATENTS. Working Practice

167,

267
TRADE-MARKS. Infringement. Decision

294
TRADE-MARKS. "Red Cross."

Act Effective October 20, 1913.
(Notice)

326
COPYRIGHT. Order in Council. Effective March 27, 1914. (Notice) 326
NIGERIA. PATENTS. TRADE-MARKS. Status

352
NORFOLK ISLAND. COPYRIGHT Adhesion to Revised Berne Convention.
Notice, February 1, 1912.

163
OBITUARY. GEORGE WESTINGHOUSE, Inventor

189
GEORGE HARDY, Authority on Austrian Patent Laws

189
PROFESSOR MOISE AMAR, Leading Industrial Lawyer

190
ROBERT FRAZIER, First Assistant Commissioner of Patents

317
PANAMA-SPAIN. COPYRIGHT. Treaty of July 25, 1912. Notice

36
PAN-AMERICAN COPYRIGHT CONVENTION-UNITED STATES.

PROCLAMA-
TION BY PRESIDENT OF JULY 13, 1914

329

227

INDEX.

VOL. XII
PAN-AMERICAN CONVENTION-UNITED STATES. PATENTS. DESIGNS.
MODELS. Proclamation by President of July 29, 1914

367

PAPUA. COPYRIGHT. Adherence to Revised Berne Convention, July 1,

1912. Notice

163

DESIGNS AND TRADE-MARKS. Protection under Australian Common-
wealth Acts. Proclamations of September 7, 1913. Text

4 5
PARAGUAY. PATENTS. TRADE-MARKS. Proposed Legislation

PATENT AGENTS. Reliability

199

PERU. TRADE-MARKS. Applications. Opposition. Order of February 28,
1911 Text. Translation

262
TRADE-MARKS. Regulations of February 1, 1913. Text. Translation 262
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. Proprietary Medicines. Labels, Sale, etc. Act No.
2342. Effective July 1, 1914. Text

369

TRADE-MARKS. Importance of Registration

196

PORTUGAL. Industrial Property. Revised Rules. Decree No. 269 of Janu-

ary 10, 1914. Text. Translation

202

PATENTS. Fancy or Ady'g Titles for Inventions Prohibited. Rule
No. 70 of November 21, 1913. Text. Translation

132

PATENTS OF INTRODUCTION. Law of July 12, 1913. Text. Trans-

lation

70

PATENTS. Rules (Decree No. 269) of January 10, 1914. Text.

Translation

233

PATENTS. TRADE-MARKS. DESIGNS. MODELS, ETC. Rules of June

11, 1911. Text. Translation

103

PATENTS. TRADE-MARKS. Priority. Observance of Term

4

TRADE-MARKS. Rules (Decree No. 269) of January 10, 1914. Texts.

Translation

..203, 270, 292, 330, 370

TRADE-MARKS. Wines of Porto. Law of July 18, 1913. Notice

69
RUMANIA. TRADE-MARKS. “Red Cross." Law of May 17-30, 1913. Notice

113
RUSSIA-GERMANY. COPYRIGHT. Treaty of February 28, 1913. Notice

36
TRADE-MARKS. “Red Cross.'' Law of June 28, 1912. Text. Trans-
lation

37
SALVADOR. TRADE-MARKS. Law of June 30, 1913. Text. Translation

6
SERVIA. TRADE-MARKS. Protection. Extension to New Territory. Notice 163
SIAM. TRADE-MARKS. Proposed New Law

67, 291
SOUTH AFRICAN UNION. Industrial Property. Proposed Consolidation

35, 227, 366

SOUTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA. TRADE-MARKS. Need for Registration 131

SOUTHERN RHODESIA. COPYRIGHT. Proclamation of 1914. Notice

260

SPAIN. Industrial Property. Proposed Amendment of Law

293

-PANAMA. COPYRIGHT. Treaty of July 25, 1912. (Notice)

36

TRADE-MARKS. Applications under Convention. Documents. Legal-

ization. Notice

260

STATISTICS OF INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY FOR 1911

40

SWAZILAND. COPYRIGHT Proclamation, 1914. Notice

260

SWEDEN. PATENTS. TRADE-MARKS. Taxes. Renewals. Moratorium. No-

tice

352

SWITZERLAND. PATENTS. DESIGNS. MODELS. Priority under Convention.

Law of April 3, 1914. Text. Notice. Translation

.259, 372

PATENTS. DESIGNS. TRADE-MARKS. Statistics, 1913

367

TRADE-MARKS. Value

261

TRANSVAAL. PATENTS. Computation of Time. Notice of April 2, 1913.

Text

165

TURKEY. Industrial Property. Documents. Fees. Order Effective March

14, 1914. Notice

260

UNITED STATES.

Appeal or Petition to Commissioner Notice of January 20, 1914 154

COPYRIGHT. Amendatory Act of March 28, 1914. Text

213

COPYRIGHT. Pan-American Convention. Proclamation of July 13,

1914. Text

329

COPYRIGHT. Statistics, 1912-1913

149

DESIGN PATENTS Term. Amendatory Order No. 2102 of Febru-

ary 21, 1914

188

DESIGNS. Proposed Legislation, etc.

22, 61, 86, 87, 192

FOOD AND DRUGS ACT. Abatement of Prosecution. Procedure

214

Proposed Legislation in New York State

147

Marking Quantity. Regulatory Announcement of May 11, 1914.

Text

312

Labels. Guarantee. Amendment of Regulation 9. Decisions

Nos. 153, 155

278, 280

INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY.

Chamber of Commerce. Meeting at Washing-
ton

..128, 148
Proposed Legislation and Amendment of Laws 114, 147, 148, 184,

185, 186, 215, 243, 281, 378
“Kahn Law." Need for and Proposed Amendment

.61, 84, 87
New York City. Advertising. Descriptive Statements. Ordinance
Effective April 14, 1914. Text

309
.PANAMA PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION. Industrial Property.
Protection. Art of September 18, 1913. Text

25

PATENT OFFICE. Establishment of Branch. Text

348

PAN-AMERICAN CONVENTION. PATENTS. DESIGNS. MODELS. PRO-

clamation of July 29, 1914. Text

367

COPYRIGHT. Proclamation of July 13, 1914. Text

329
PATENT OFFICE. Industrial Models. Proposed Loan Distribution 187
Staff Promotions

309

PATENTS.

Applications Delayed Examination. Orders Nos. 2095, 2107,

2134

..160, 278

New Rule and Proposed Legislation.

Notice 379
Drawings. Corrections. Order No. 2112

378
Formal Requirements. Order (201 0. G., 907)

310

Executors and Administrators. Order No. 2076

62

Interference. Adverse Decisions. Publication. Order No. 2079 115

Rules of Practice. Changes in Rules. Orders 2127 and 2139 127
PRINTS AND LABELS. Opinion of Attorney-General

280

UNITED STATES PRACTICE.

COPYRIGHT. Net Retail Agreement Unlawful. R. H. Macy & Co.

vs. American Publishers Association

88

DESIGNS. Extension of Term In re Forward

LABELS. Rejection. False and Deceptive Statement. Ex parte,

American Talc Company.

27

Title May be Placed on the Back. Ex parte, Pingree Taung Co.. 154

PATENTS. ADJUDICATED PATENTS 31, 63, 95, 126, 222 255, 288, 320, 350

Abandonment. Delay in Prosecution. Rejection. Ex parte, Moore 155

Abandonment. Lack of Prosecution. Ex parte, Thomas

157

Infringement. Price Maintenance. Waltham Watch Co. VS.

Charles A. Keene

.189, 246

Infringement The Goodwin Film & Camera Co. VS. Eastman
Kodak Co.

.189, 216

Infringements. “The Rubber Tired Wheel Cases"

249

Interference. Motion to Dissolve. Issue not Patentable. Man-

son vs. Hutchison

284

Patentability. Doubts Resolved in favor of Applicant. In re

Harbeck

115

Prosecution Responsive Action. Ex parte, Wheary

217
Reissue. Application. Division Not Required.. Ex parte, Van
Nostrand

59
Right to Patent Use of Invention Foreign country. Westing-

house Machine Co., et al. vs. General Electric Co., et al. 56

TRADE-MARKS. Cancellation. Section 13 of Act of 1905. Registra-

tion under Act of 1881. Stamatopoulos vs Stephano Bros. 285

Cancellation. Proceedings. New Equity Rules. John L. Whit-

ing-J. J. Adams Co. vs. Rubber and Celluloid Harness Trim-

ing Co.

314

Descriptive. “Boy Scouts.' Name of Organization. In re The

Excelsior Shoe Company

92

Infringement. The Warners Brothers Co. vs. David Wiener

251
Infringement Want of Jurisdiction. Appeal Dismissed. Street
& Smith vs. Atlas Manufacturing Co.

218
Interference. Cancellation. Black Betsy Coal Mining Company
vs. The W. J. Hamilton Coal Co.

123
Interference. Marks Used Concurrently. “Bob

White and

Quail.' Stier vs. Marburg Brothers

121

Opposition. Answer under Oath Ineffective as Evidence. Uni-

versal Motor Co. vs. The Universal Motor Truck Co.

157

Opposition Non-Technical Mark. Ten-Year Clause. Tim & Co.

vs. Cluett, Peabody & Co.

381

Publication Distributed Free. Merchandise. Ex parte, The Curtis

Publishing Co.

124

Renewal of Registration. Standard Oil Company of New York

VS. Thomas Ewing, Commissioner of Patents

151, 189, 282

UNITED STATES. STATE OF NEW YORK. Documents. Authentication by

Notary Public. Opinion of Attorney General

38

AND POSSESSIONS. TRADE-MARKS. Regulations of September 7,

1909. Text

379

URUGUAY. PATENTS. Priority. Foreign Use. Decision

37
TRADE-MARKS. Infringement. Annulment. Decision

169
VENEZUELA. PATENTS. Concessions. License. Decree of June 10, 1913.
Text. Translation

77
PATENTS. CONCESSIONS. LICENSE. Decree of June 27, 1914.
Text. Translation

327

TRADE-MARKS. LABELS. Statistics for 1913

196

TRADE-MARKS.. Proposed Changes in the Law

67
Ownership. Attributive. Decision

107

[graphic]
[graphic]

12

[ocr errors]

w wer o w

CONTENTS

Page

Advertisements

32

Australian Commonwealth. Designs Act, 1906-12, to Extend to Papua,

Sept. 1, 1913. Text

5

Australian Commonwealth. Trade-Marks Act, 1905-12, to Extend to

Papua, Sept. I, 1913. Text

4

Belgium. Trade-Marks. Word “Kodak” Not Generic. Decision

Canada. Gold and Silver Marking Act of May 16, 1913. Effective Jan.

I, 1914.

Text

16

Central America. Value and Importance of Trade-Marks

8

Cuba. Trade-Marks. Registration. Resolution, Sept. 22, 1913. Text.

Translation

14

Egypt. Trade-Marks. Alphabetical List of Protected Marks. Order of

June 1, 1913

Germany. Patents. Proposed New Law

Great Britain. Patents and Designs Act, 1907. Procedure under Sec. 7

Index to Volume XI. Notice

India. Patents. Amendments. Documents

International Congress of Chambers of Commerce and Merchants and In-

dustrial Associations. Announcement of Next Meeting

3

International Union. Official Journals. Contents for September

30

Japan. Trade-Marks. Decision under New Law. Caswell & Co. v. Kobayashi

Kiju

9

Papua. See Australian Commonwealth

4, 5

Portugal. Trade-Marks. Official Circular, March 29, 1913

4

Salvador. Trade-Marks. Law of June 30, 1913. Text. Translation

6

United States. Need For a New Design Law. By C. R. Clifford

United States. Patents. Trade-Marks. Copyrights. Protection for Three

Years. Panama-Pacific International Exposition. Act of Sept. 18,

1913.

Text

25

United States Practice. Adjudicated Patents

31

United States Practice. Trade-Marks. Labels. False and Deceptive

Statements Thereon. Registration Refused. Ex parte, American Talc

Company

27

WM. WALLACE WHITE, Proprietor and Publisher

Woolworth Building

Borough of Manhattan, New York City,

N. Y., U. S. A.

Patent and Trade Mark Review

Copyright, 1913, by Wm. Wallace White

A monthly journal for the publication of new
laws and regulations, court decisions,
and information with regard to pat-
ents, trade marks and other

related subject-matter.

Edited and Published by
WM. WALLACE WHITE,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,

nts and Trade-Marks,

Successor to

RICHARDS & CO.,
WOOLWORTH BUILDING, NEW YORK CITY.

Ten Volumes of the Review have been completed, the first beginning with October, 1902, and each subsequent volume with the October issue of the next succeeding year.

Volumes 1 to 10 were paged continuously, but in the new series beginning with Volume 11 each volume will be paged independently.

Back volumes may be obtained separately or as a set until exhausted.

PRICES:

Yearly subscription, $2.00; single Copies 25 cents.

Per volume, with index, unbound, $2.00; bound in cloth, $2.75; bound in sheep, $3.00.

Per set of 10 volumes, with indices; un-
bound, $15.00; bound in cloth, $22.50;

bound' in sheep, $25.00.
(Expressage prepaid throughout the United States)

ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION

WHILE THE UTMOST CARE IS TAKEN TO INSURE ACCURACY IN THE MATTER THAT APPEARS IN THE REVIEW, NO RESPONSIBILITY IS ASSUMED ON ACCOUNT OF ERRORS OR INACCURACIES WHICH MAY OCCUR THEREIN.

« PředchozíPokračovat »