Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 1 : Still imaging products, namely sensitized goods (including all paper, plates and film), photochemicals and other photofinishing supplies, equipment and systems, motion picture film supplies, chemicals used in industry, science and photography, and adhesives used in industry.
Class 9 : Scientific, nautical, surveying, electric, photographic, cinematographic, optical, weighing, measuring, signalling, checking (supervision), apparatus for recording, transmission or reproduction of sound or images; magnetic data carriers, recording discs; automatic calculating machines, data processing equipment and computers; video equipment, namely cameras, devices and systems to record, replay, edit and transmit visual motion images, and sound as well as character information through videotape or optical disk; ancillary accessories for video equipment; television receivers and monitors (including accessories); audio equipment (hardware), namely radio broadcast receivers, karaoke systems, dictation equipment, wireless microphones, optical and compact disc hardware; combined audio/video system products; copiers/duplicators, electronic scanners, networked and stand-aline system reprographic equipment, engineering reprographic equipment, document creation supplies (ie toner, dry ink, copier and electronic printer paper), high and mid-volume electronic printing systems and supplied, desktop printers and desktop publishing systems, facsimile machines, and multi-function device comprised of the foregoing products; electrical and electronic apparatus and instruments, all for receiving, processing, transmitting, storing, relaying, input, output, visual display and the editing of data; electrical communications apparatus; computer and computer installations; computer games and video games; electronic data processing apparatus; magnetic tapes; computer programs; magnetic tapes bearing pre-recorded programs and contained in cartridges; alarms, alarm apparatus; apparatus and instruments for recording, transmitting or reproducing audio and/or video signals; television receivers, loud speakers; headphones; radios; microphones; video discs; racks adapted for housing video and/or audio apparatus and instruments; dry batteries; telephones; circuit boards and computer software for use in enabling computers to communicate with telephone network systems; photographic apparatus; cameras; video cameras; films; cinematographic films and photographic films; video and photographic tripods and monopods; facsimile telegraphy apparatus; photocopying apparatus; calculators; accounting machines and cash registers; sunglasses; eyeglasses; contact lenses; visors; electrical wires; cables and cords; electrical plugs; cards; tickets and personal documents all made of plastics and bearing magnetically encoded information for security use; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods; computer hardware and software, information systems services, facilities management, computer-based information delivery services, desktop and tabletop printer systems and supplies, desktop publishing systems, computer-based multimedia, communications controllers, modems; mobile and portable two-way radios, two-way radio base station, repeater station and control equipment and systems, mobile and portable cellular telephone subscriber equipment and cellular telephone radio frequency base station equipment, control equipment an systems, point-to-point radio frequency-based paging equipment and controllers, still imaging equipment (ie cameras and projectors, but excluding overhead projectors) and accessories, picture identification systems, non-automotive batteries (excluding nickel cadmium batteries), recharging devices for such batteries, and timing equipment; sports goggles for use in skiing, racquetball, swimming, snorkelling, and scuba diving; computer game programs in the field of sports and entertainment and organization.... More
Class 14 : Precious metals and their alloys and goods in precious metals or coated therewith, not included in other classes, jewellery, including pins, belt buckles, tie clips, charms, pendants, necklaces, earrings and medals, precious stones; horological and chronometric instruments.
Class 16 : Paper, cardboard and goods made from these materials, not included in other classes; printed matter; magazines, periodicals and newspapers; photographs; stationary, adhesives for stationary or household purposes, and office requisites (except furniture); instructional and teaching material (except apparatus); plastic materials for packaging (not included in other classes); playing cards; repositional note paper; printed instructional and teaching materials in the field of sports entertainment; note paper dispensers; general feature, computer, travel, sports, and fashion magazines; newspapers for general circulation; general purpose plastic bags; calendars; mounted and unmounted photographs; playing and trading cards; roadmaps; athletic contest books and catalogues in the field of sports apparel, sports equipment, pens and stationery sets, household furnishings and clothing catalogues; envelopes; cardboard and paper cartons; blank and picture postcards; notecards; note pads; greeting cards; cookbooks; activity and colouring books; puffy stickers; adhesive stickers; photograph albums; memorandum books; pens; pencils; folders and stationery type portfolios for paper, notebooks and binders; letter openers; memo holders; diaries; clipboards; book covers; bulletin boards; erasable memo boards; pen and pencil holders; paper clip holders; paper weights in the nature of paper napkins and towels; tissue and toilet paper; posters; writing paper and stationery; graphics paper; newsprint paper; paper banners; decals and windshield decal strips; drawing sets comprised of paints and brushes; paperweights; pencil caddies; memo pads; erasers; stationery holders; maps; paper napkins; disposable paper baby bibs; desk sets; colour lithographs; sticker books; postcard books; holographic greeting cards; books to collect coins; pencil bags; pencil sharpeners; commemorative or decorative postage stamps; scorebooks; adhesive tape dispensers for household and stationery use; gift wrap sets comprised of wrapping paper, bows and gift cards; gift boxes; comic books; bookmarks; posterbooks; party goods, namely paper napkins, hats: horns and invitations; party and lawn signs; stamp pads; paper grocery bags; wooden desk boxes; instructional manuals.... More
Class 25 : Clothing, namely athletic and gymnastic wear; jackets; skirts; shirts; jeans; swimwear; stockings and tights; overalls; coveralls; dungarees; t-shirts; sweat shirts; soles and heels all for footwear; headgear, hats, headbands; socks; wristbands; gloves; scarves; shawls; legwarmers; ski-clothing; dancewear; bathing suits; bathing wraps; blazers; anoraks; parkas; jogging suits and track suits; footwear, headgear; belts, neckties; suspenders; bandannas, bathrobes, play suits, overalls, shorts, maternity wear, hosiery, rainwear, evening wear, sports apparel, ski apparel.... More
Class 28 : Games, toys and playthings; dolls; stuffed toys, puzzles, sports balls, puppets, action figures; jump ropes; athletic supporters; tennis, badminton, volley ball and goalie nets; field hockey sticks; plastic toy hoops; iron shots specifically for use in the shot put competition; tennis, racquetball and badminton rackets; table tennis paddles; baseball and cricket bats; gymnastic equipment, namely Indian clubs; balloons; baseball, sailing, boxing, ski, karate, softball and hockey gloves; bowling ball bags; model train sets; radio operated toy vehicles; toys for pets; pinball machines; fishing lures; discuses; exercise equipment, namely barbells and weight lift benches; paper Christmas tree decorations; athletic equipment; shaped nylon bags for carrying tennis racquets, skis and squash racquets; sporting articles not included in other classes.... More
Class 30 : Coffee, tea, cocoa, artificial coffee; flour and preparations made from cereals, confectionery, ices; honey.
Class 32 : Beers, mineral and aerated waters and other non-alcoholic drinks; fruit drinks and fruit juices; syrups and other preparations for making beverages; non-alcoholic beverages, excluding (i) ground and instant forms of coffee and freshly brewed coffee, (ii) non-alcoholic beer, (iii) milk shakes, (iv) unflavoured dairy milk, and (v) hot chocolate; all beverage bases (except coffee beans), from which the foregoing products are customarily commercially prepared.... More
Class 36 : Consumer payment systems, namely credit and charge cards; debit and payment cards, electronic funds transfer point of sale (EFTPOS) cards, ATM cards, travellers checks, travel vouchers, stored value cards, and remote bill payment; life insurance, annuities, non-consumer institutional pension products and insurance-based long-term care products.
Class 39 : Deliver of express mail and express or regular delivery of packages.
Class 41 : Hosting and presenting large sporting events and entertainment, publication of books, newspapers and magazines; conducting entertainment exhibitions in the nature of parades; conducting entertainment exhibitions in the nature of theme parks; organizing sport competitions and games; organizing cultural events, namely musical, theatrical and dance exhibitions, art exhibits and craft exhibitions; entertainment services, namely radio and television programming specifically those featuring international athletic events and subject matter related thereto; motion picture film production service.... More
Class 42 : Restaurant and food management services, including, but not limited to, ice cream, cookie, yogurt, donut, hamburger and similar speciality shops.