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Thursday, 7 December 1905


Senator KEATING (Tasmania) (Honorary Minister) . - I move -

That the amendment be agreed to.

The House of Representatives have by this amendment made provision for suboffices in each of the States, which will really be receiving offices, as the actual administration of the Act will be carried on at the head office. The establishment of these sub-offices will enable applications to be registered in the different States, and parties resident in those States to communicate directly with the Trade Marks Office by means of the State sub-offices. The provision is simply to afford facilities to the public.

Motion agreed to.

Amendments in clauses 13 and 16 agreed to.

Clause 18 -

Except in the case of a trade mark properly registered in any State under a State Trade Marks Act, a registrable trade mark must not contain -

(b)   a representation of the King, the Queen, or any member of the Royal Family.

House of Representatives' Amendment.- After " Family " insert " or of the Royal Crown."







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