Trade Marks file belonging to A E Warden

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The file comprises various documents and memoranda, including:

"'Word' trade marks" (1903);

"Fraud" (1903);

"The question of extending the registration of our trade marks" (1904);

"Points for counsel" (1904) - refers to Japanese trade marks law;

"Coaching new Representatives: Report of Mr Warden's general statement to Travellers in regard to industrial property" (1906);

Warden to Henry Wellcome: "Some notes on the 'Tabloid' trade mark and a suggestion" (1906);

"Re 'Epler': memorandum of salient points" (1906);

Warden to Smith: "Re Chinese labels for 'Soloid' products, and suggested modification of phonetic rendering of the word 'Tabloid'" (1911);

"The use of surnames over which we have no control in or associated with titles of goods we issue" (1915) - prompted by "a threatened interference with our employment of the name Blaud";

memoranda on the name Thyroxin (1926);

Frank I Schechter, "The rational basis of trademark protection," Harvard Law Review (April, 1927), pp. 813-33 (pages from journal);

"Memo re Imperial Trust for the Encouragement of Scientific and Industrial Research" (1927);

2 copies of a photo-print of an egg-shaped logo (used, for example, blocked in gold, on the front cover of Wellcome Historical Medical Museum publications) - showing centrally a winged Isis figure with two seated figures behind (no date);

memoranda on "Copyright in publications in USA" (1929);

memorandum on "the recrudescence of the use of the term 'Tabloid Filth' in a Canadian newspaper" (1929);

memoranda on Tabloid Empirin compound in USA (1927-1937).



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