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Tuesday, 28 November 1905


Mr McCAY (Corinella) - Every application must be lodged by being left at or sent by post to the Trade Marks Office. I suggest that applications sent by post should be deemed to have been lodged at the time stated on the post-marks they bear.


Mr Watkins - Would that snow the hour ?


Mr McCAY - We cannot provide for particulars that are not given on the postmarks, 'only some of which show the hour.'


Mr Isaacs - I will note the suggestion of the honorable and learned member.

Amendment (by Mr. Isaacs) agreed to -

That all the words after the word , " shall," line 4, to the end of paragraph 2, be left out, with -a view to insert in lieu thereof the words : - " ascertain and report whether the trade mark is a registrable trade mark and whether it is identical with a trade mark already on the register under this Act or any State Trade Marks Act in respect of the like goods or class of goods, or so nearly resembles the latter trade mark as to be likely to deceive."







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