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and address of the registered proprietor. Any party may also, on the production of a piece of the manufactured article with the pattern thereon, together with the registration mark, be informed whether such pattern, supposed to be registered, be really so or not.
DIRECTIONS FOR REGISTERING, All persons wishing to register a design must bring or send to the registrar's office two copies thereof, together with the proper fees. These copies may consist either of portions of the manufactured articles, when such can be conveniently done (as in the case of paper-hangings, calico prints, fc.), or else of prints or drawings, which, whether coloured or not, must be correct representations of the design. These must be accompanied with the name and address of the proprietor or proprietors, or with the title of the firm under which he or they may be trading, and the place of carrying on business, and and also with the number of that one of the above classes in respect of which such design is intended to be registered. · After the design has been registered, one of the two copies will be filed at the office, and the other returned to the proprietor, with a certificate annexed, on which will appear the mark to be placed on each article of manufacture on which the design is used.
A design may be registered in respect of one or more of the above classes, according as it is intended to be employed in one or more species of manufacture ; but separate copies must be furnished, and a separate fee paid on account of each separate class, and all such registrations must be made at the same time.
All communications with the office for the registration of designs may be made either through the general post, or any other mode of conveyance, provided the carriage be paid ; and if the proper fees, or an order for payment, be enclosed, the designs will be duly registered, and the certified copies returned to the proprietor free of expense.
The registrar's office will be open every day on and after the 1st September, 1842, between the hours of 10 in the morning and 4 in the afternoon, and designs and transfers will
be registered from 11 until 3 ; and the following are the fees ordered to be paid by the Treasury:
TABLE OF FEES. REGISTERING DESIGNS :
£ £ $. d. Transfer - -1 Class 1 - - 3 0 0
Certifying design Class 2 - - 1 0 0
same as reClass 3 - - 1 0 0
gistration fee, Class 4 - 1 0 0
but for Class 1. 1 Class 5 - - 0 10 0 Cancellation or Class 6 - - 1 0 0
substitution - 1 Class 7 - 0 1 0 Search - - 0 Class 8 - 1 0 0
Inspection of deClass 9 - . 0 1 0
signs of which Class-10 - - 0 1 0
the copyright Class 11 - - 0 5 0
has expired, Class 12 - - 1 0 0
each class - 0 Class 13 - -1 0 0 1
copyright in, 3.
piracy in, 28.
for non-delivery to the libraries, 25.
limitation of under the 5 & 6 Vict. c. 100., 64.
to an old work, copyright in, 3.
render necessary another delivery to the libraries, 23, 24.
of copyright in literature, 19.
his property in literature, 5. 9. name need not be to a book to secure copyright, 9. general assignment by, 21. his right to an additional term of copyright in sculpture, 49. BIBLE, THE
prerogative copyright in, 4.
university copyright in, 5.
compulsory delivery of copies to, 23.
no limitation to action by for non-delivery, 37.
copyright of, 5.
compulsory delivery of copies to, 24. CARPETS, copyright in designs for, 54. Casts, copyright in, 49. CERTIFICATE from Stationers' Hall relating to registration of literary copy.
right, 16. relating to the registration of copyright in designs, 58. CHARTS included in the word “Book” in the new copyright
act, 3. 47. COMMON LAW
as to copyright, 2.
as to transfer of literary copyright, 20. COMPILATIONS, copyright in, 3. 12. COMPULSORY delivery of copies of books to the British Museum,
and four other libraries, 22. COPYRIGHT,
in literature, 1.
COPYRIGHT — continued.
its definition, 1.
assignment of, 43.
duration and protection of, 48.
assignment of, 50.
former law as to, 51.
registration of, 57.