The law of merchandise marks and the criminal law of false marking, with a chapter on warranty of trade marks and a collection of statutes, general orders and forms.
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The law of merchandise marks and the criminal law of false marking, with a chapter on warranty of trade marks and a collection of statutes, general orders and forms.

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TIIK lAW Ol'
MEUCHANDISK MAHKS
THE ClUMIXAL LAW OF FALSE yLAL.KISd, WLLJI
A CILLPJ'FR OX WARUAXTV OF TRADE
^LiRKS AXD A COLLECTlOX OF
STATUTES, GEXERAL ORDERS
AXD FORMS.
1). M. KEKLY. M.A.. LL.13..
SOMKTIMK FELLOW ASD MACMAHON LAW STUDENT OF ST. JOHN'S COLLEGF., CAMBRIDGE;
AL'THOR OK KERLY ON TRADE MARKS, AND OF " AN HISTORICAL SKETCH OF
THE EviCITABLE JURLSDICTION OF THE COURT OF CHANCERY";
OF THE TEMI'LE,INNER BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
THIRD EDITION
BY
M.A..F. G. UNDERHAY.
MARKS,ONE OF THE EDITORS OF THE THIRD EDITION OF KERLY ON TRADE
AND OF THE OFFICIAL REPORTS OF PATENT, DFJilON AND TR^DE
BARRllSTER-AT-LAW.MARK cases; of THE INNER TEMPLE,
LONDON
.;• MAXWELL, LIMITED,S^VEET
CHANCERY L.\J^E, W.C.3,
1909.T
KlNTHl-
I.A.iNKW, & C.1.I.ADBIKV.
TOSBKIIKJK.LONUOS ASU^
rjiJ'ii-'Ac
"WnKN tlie third edition of Kerly on Trade Marks" was pre-
pared in li)08, it was thought advisahlc to oniit ]3ook II. of the
earlier editions, being the portions dealing with the Merchandise
Marks Act and jof False Marking.the Criminal Law Proceedings
under the usuallyMerchandise Marks Act are conducted in the
first instance in the Police Courts, and it is probably more con-
venient offor practitioners to use a book moderate size. For
these and other reasons this volume is now published as a
separate book.
The Law of Trade Marks has, however, a considerable general
bearing on that of Merchandise Marks, and in some instances the
questions which arise are practically the same or are closely
analogous whether mark so closel}'; for instance, the question a
resembles another as to be calculated to deceive very frequently
arises under both branches of the law. Frequent references have
"therefore been given in the notes to the third edition of Kerly
on Trade Marks," sake of brevity, referred to aswhich is, for the
" Kerly." Pieaders who may desire to consult a smaller book
may of the Trade Marks Act of 1905,be referred to the edition
by the author and the editor of this book.
published,Since the 3'ear when the second edition was11)01,
on the Merchandisethere have been few decisions of importance
prosecutions haveMarks Act in the High Court, but numerous
greater prominence than was the casebrought its provisions into
made in this book to referin earlier years. No attempt has been
all tliese decisions, but selection has been made of those whichto a
illustrations of the application ofseemed to be useful, either as
the Act, or as presenting matter of general interest.
Besides the Merchandise Marks Acts of 1887, 1891, and 1894,
and the General Orders and Regulations made under them, the
indictment and informations, theAppendix contains forms of
735150IV PRKKACK.
with information us to tlieInternational Convention, togetlier
summaryBubsistinp international and colonial arrangements, a
laws as to Merchundise Marks, a shortof colonial and foreign
be marked in astatement of the statutes retjuiring goods to
markingspecified manner, and the recent Order in Council us to
foreign plate.
Parliament confer on theIt is proposed hy a l)ill now before to
of Agriculture and Technical Instruction for IrelandDepartment
respect ofpowers of undertaking prosecutions in Ireland in
Merchandise Marks Act, 1887, similar to theoffences against the
regards Great Britain by the Board ofpowers exercisable as
Agriculture under the Merchandise Marks (rrosecutious) Act,
Commons is printed in1894. The bill as it left the House of
Appendix XIII.
UNDERHAY.F. G.
Varatioii, 1901).L<m<i