On The Prohibition Of The Use Of The State. Characters And The Official Hallmark. Tag Switzerland

Original Language Title: o zákazu užívání stát. znaků a úředních punc. značek Švýcarska

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115/1936 Sb.


Minister of industry, trade and crafts

of 20 December. April 1936

on the prohibition of the use of national characters, and official puncovních tags

The Swiss Confederation and the cantons to public characters of its labelling

goods in economic relations.

Pursuant to section 4 (c)) of the Act of 6 May 1999. in January 1890, no. 19., on the protection of

marks, as amended by the law of 20 December 2002. , 1932, no. 27 Coll. and n. from

in 1933, I quote this sign of the Swiss Confederation and its

the cantons, which are to be involved in protection under § § 4) and 4 (b)) of that

the law:

1. The Swiss Confederation coat of arms (in a red shield free white


2. the characters twenty-six cantons;

3. the official hallmarks for gold, silver and Platinum items that

are introduced in the Swiss Confederation, for goods of the Platinum, gold and

Silver, for the goods of lower purity of gold, for the doublé and imitation.

The representation of these signs are publicly accessible in a central archive

trade marks of the Ministry of industry, trade and craft trades, where when

images of official puncovních tags is specifically referred to the metal, for

that is, the brand introduced.

Because in relation to the Swiss Confederation, is the assumption of the Interstate

contracts within the meaning of paragraph 4 (c)). the Act applies to the met, referred to

cizozemská signs and their representation of the provisions of § § 4) and 4 (b))

of the Act on the prohibition of the use of them to mark the goods in the

economic relations.

Najman, r.