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Wednesday, 29 November 1905

Mr McCAY (Corinella) - I wish to know why the Attorney-General has omitted one of the powers of correction given to the Registrar in the English Act, namely, to strike out any goods or classes of goods from those for which a trade mark is registered. That power, which is provided for in sub-section 4 of section 32 of the English Act', seems a 'desirable one to confer. It might happen that the registered proprietor of a trade mark might wish to disclaim certain classes of goods, and I do not see why he should not have power to do so.

Mr Isaacs - I will look into the matter. I think there was good reason for omitting this provision ; but I do not remember at the present moment what it was.

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