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RICHARDS & CO.,
PATENT AGENTS AND SOLICITORS.

(ESTABLISHED 1879.)

REGISTERED ATTORNEYS. No. 382.

OFFICES:

NEW YORK, N. Y.-305-309 BROADWAY. I WASHINGTON, D. C.-1003 F STREET. MUTUAL RESERVE BUILDING.

EQUITABLE BUILDING.

FIRM MEMBERS. WILLIAM EVARTS RICHARDS, Attorney and Counsellor

Member Patent Law Asso- GENERAL

INFORMATION

PUBLISHERS OF "Charges and General Infor

mation Reiating to Patents and Trade Marks, including all the Principal Countries of the World."

RELATING TO

"Charges and General Infor

mation Relating to Design Patents."

PATENTS

AND

ciation of Washington. Foreign Member Syndicat

des Ingenieurs-Conseils en Matiere de Propriété

Industrielle, of Paris. Foreign Member Australa

sian Institute of Patent

Agents.
Consul of the Republic of

Paraguay at New York,
Commissioner of the Su-

preme Court of the Cape

of Good Hope. Commissioner of the Su

preme Court of New.

foundland. Registered Attorney, No.

541. WILLIAM WALLACE WHITE, Attorney and Counsellor

at Law. Member Patent Law Asso

ciation of Washington. Foreign Member Syndicat

des Ingenieurs-Conseils en Matière de Propriété

Industrielle, of Paris. Foreign Member Australa

sian Institute of Patent

Agents.
Registered Attorney, No.

542.

(PUBLISHED FOR THE Exclus.

IVE USE OF PATENT SOLICI-
TORS AND ATTORNEYS, TO
WHOM THEY WILL BE FOR-
WARDED, FREE OF CHARGE,
UPON REQUEST.)

TRADE MARKS.
SUPPLEMENT

Branch offices or direct agen

cies in every country in the world that grants Patent or Trade Mark protection.

No. 1.
(PATENTS.)

WASHINGTON OFFICE: Mr. FRANK L. MIDDLETON,

Manager.

1898.

New York Cable Address,

'Richpatent, New York."
Washington Cable Address,

Richards, Washington.
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OUR SPECIALTY: THE BEST AGENTS-EXPERT WORK-PROMPT AND

RELIABLE SERVICE.

SUPPLEMENT NO. 1 (PATENTS), TO THIRD EDITION-AUG., 1894. NOTICE.

Special attention is directed to the fact that we devote ourselves exclusively to the transaction of patent and trade mark business for Patent Solicitors and members of the Legal Profession. We neither solicit nor receive such orders from inventors direct.

LEGAL BUSINESS, PATENT CAUSES,

INTERFERENCES.

We also desire to call special attention to a fact that may not be generally appreciated-that both members of this firm are members of the Bar, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, and that we receive and transact all kinds of legal business, including court work, interferences, patent causes, collections, etc., etc., etc. We transact such business for Solicitors and other Attorneys, on the usual associate terms. We are also prepared to attend to legal business in other parts of the United States, and in all foreign countries, through carefully selected Solicitors and Attorneys, who are associated with us as our correspondents for the transaction of such business.

SUPPLEMENT No. 1.

(PATENTS.)

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NOTICE TO PATENT SOLICITORS:

This publication is intended as a supplement to the Third Edition (published August, 1894) of our book relating to foreign patents and trade marks, entitled “General Information Relating to Patents and Trade Marks,” etc. and briugs the information contained therein, so far as it relates to patents, up to date. We hope soon to issue a similar supplement regarding trade marks.

The changes in the laws and practice relating to patents and trade marks are so numerous and frequent that it has proven a difficult problem for us to devise ways and means to keep our correspondents fully advised of them. Much as we would like to, it is impossible for us to find the time to revise and issue frequent editions of our little book. During the past two years we have published numerous “Addenda,” intended for insertion in our book, and for use therewith, but these “ Addenda ” have now become so numerous, and we have not published as many as we should have done—that they cannot be readily referred to, and we have been forced to devise another means to inform our correspondents regarding the present law and practice in the various foreign countries.

For the present, then, we shall publish such supplements as this from time to time, calling attention in them to all new laws and changes in practice, occurring since the date of our last book, or the last supplement issued.

To make our publications available for ready reference, we shall page our book and supplements (as issued) continuously, the book containing pages 1 to 118, this supplement commencing with page 119, while future supplements each in turn will commence their paging where the last one published left off.

At the end of each supplement will be found a complete index, referring, first, to the information contained in the third edition of our book, and, distinguishing by different type, indicating the subject-matter of the additional information contained in the supplements.

By having our book and all our supplements at hand, therefore, solicitors can always be certain that they have all the information we have published upon these subjects, and can find any given subject-matter at once, by referring to the index in the last supplement issued. For example, let us suppose that a solicitor wishes information as to the patent law and practice in Guatemala. By turning to the index in this supplement he will find, first, a reference to page

38 of our book, where he will find a digest of the law and practice as it existed in 1894. The index also shows him at a glance that a new law has been passed, and refers him to page 144 of this supplement, where he will find a digest of the new law and practice. If the law has not been changed, but we have given additional information as to practice, the index will refer first to our digest of the law and practice in our book, and then give the subject-matter or headings of the additional information published in the supplements. Supplements 1, 2 or 3, will be identified in the index by the abbreviations 1S, 2S or 3S. Before our supplements become so numerous as to be burdensome, we expect to issue the fourth edition of our book.

We hope to make our publications of greater and greater assistance and value to solicitors, and to this end intend hereafter to make our digests of the law and practice more full and complete than heretofore. We will be glad to receive any suggestions from solicitors that they may be willing to offer us with regard to these publications, their subject-matter, etc., so that we may be able to supply just the information most needed by solicitors in their daily practice.

Yours very truly,

RICHARDS & CO. New YORK, December 22, 1898.

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