Law Reports Under the Superintendence and Control of the Incorporated Council of Law Reporting for England and Wales. Supreme Court of Judicature : Cases Determined in the Chancery Division and in Bankruptcy and Lunacy and on Appeal Therefrom in the Court of Appeal, 1. köide
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Page 119 - The signature of the applicant for registration or some predecessor in his business; " (3.) An invented word or invented words ; " (4.) A word or words having no direct reference to the character or quality of the goods, and not being according to its ordinary signification a geographical name or a surname;
Page 610 - all other necessary and proper parties (if any) unto, or be otherwise vested in the trustees, upon trust to get in and convert the same, and to stand possessed of the proceeds upon the trusts and with and subject to the powers and provisions thereinbefore declared and contained concerning the funds thereby settled.
Page 392 - A tenant for life shall, in exercising any power under this Act, have regard to the interests of all parties entitled under the settlement, and shall, in relation to the exercise thereof by him, be deemed to be in the position and to have the duties and
Page 151 - ie, adapted to distinguish the goods of the proprietor of the trade mark from those of other persons ; and this is obviously right and just, for a trade mark is necessarily a monopoly, and although it is no doubt proper and not injurious to any honest man to allow a trader to
Page 483 - whatsoever, unless the party at whose suit the execution is sued out shall before the removal of such goods from off the said premises "—meaning the messuage, lands, or tenements upon which the goods lie or be—" pay to the landlord of the said premises or his bailiff"—that is
Page 183 - by way of profit to the persons who at any time are or have been members of the association, or to any of them." This disentitled a solicitor member to charge profit costs, though possibly the association might have allowed them as remuneration under the corresponding proviso. The association in that case was apparently registered about
Page 131 - In determining whether a trade mark is so adapted, the tribunal may, in the case of a trade mark in actual use, take into consideration the extent to which such user has rendered such trade mark in fact distinctive for the goods with respect to which it is registered or proposed to be registered.
Page 372 - or corporate, of or for the sole buying, selling, making, working, or using of any thing, whereby any person or persons, bodies politick, or corporate, are sought to be restrained of any freedom, or liberty that they had before, or
Page 55 - This again necessarily implies that excrementitious or other foul or noxious matter may be conveyed, for it is not said that none such shall be conveyed into any natural stream or watercourse, but only that there shall not be conveyed into it such as would affect or deteriorate the purity and quality of the water. It
Page 184 - 20 of the Companies (Consolidation) Act, 1908, merely requires the association to satisfy the Board of Trade that it intends to apply its profits or income " in promoting its objects, and to prohibit the payment of any dividend to its members," but the Board of Trade may impose additional conditions on granting their