Reference numberMS/929/1/147
TitleLetter from the Patent Office, 25 Southampton Buildings, London, to James Mackenzie Davidson
DateDecember 1907
DescriptionEncloses for Mackenzie Davidson's information an notice explaining the effect of certain of the provisions of the Patents and Design Act, 1907. Calls special attention to the paragraphs relating to the recvocation of patents worked exclusively or mainly outside the United Kingdom.

[The information notice is attached to this letter.]
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