3 Toilet accessories: soaps, perfumes, cosmetics, essential oils, toilet and beauty-care articles, hair lotions; toothpastes; washing and bleaching agents; cleaning, polishing, cleansing and abrasive agents.
5 Dietary products for medical purposes, baby-food; plasters, dressing material.
6 Tracks for rail vehicles including rails, switches, railroad ties, railway crossovers, electric current conductions, transport and storage pallets, transport and storage containers, all aforementioned goods made of metal in combination with wood and plastic.
8 Cutlery; cuticle scissors, nail clippers, razors, electric cutters, forks and spoons; hair-dryers, hand held hair-dryers.
9 Power engineering apparatus and instruments, i.e. for transmission, transformation, storage, and control, apparatus and instruments for light current engineering, i.e. communication engineering, high-frequency engineering and automatic control engineering, electric apparatus and instruments (as far as included in class 9), film cameras, apparatus for recording, storing, processing, transmission and reproduction of sound and images, electric, electronic, optical, weighting, signalling, checking or teaching apparatus and instruments, apparatus for recording, storing, processing, transmission and reproduction of data, magnetic data carriers, records, MCs, CDs, CD-Roms, CD-Is, encoded phone cards, encoded customer cards, computer programmes (software) for electronic information, reservation and selling systems for travels and transport of goods, software in form of netware, firmware and databases as far as included in class 9; current converters, transformers, electric final control elements, induction loops, translators, sensors, measuring devices, converters, signal transmitters, transmitting apparatus, receivers, computers, computing programmes, electronic and magnetic memories, indicating instruments, monitors, printed boards, modules, plug-in units, stands for apparatus; fully or semiautomatic traffic routing systems, vehicle location and operational control systems and safety systems for rail vehicles consisting of induction loops, translators, sensors, measuring devices, converters, signal transmitters, transmitting apparatus, receivers, computers, computing programmes, electronic and magnetic memories, indicating instruments, monitors, printed boards, modules, plug-in units; electric current conductors, encoded customer cards, encoded phone cards.
11 Parts of rail vehicles, i.e. air-conditioners and ventilators; headlights for rail vehicles and motor vehicles.
12 Vehicles, bicycles, apparatus for locomotion by land, water and air (as far as included in class 12), rail vehicles including passenger carriages and driving units, parts of rail vehicles, i.e. undercarriages, upper works, motors, brakes.
14 Precious metals and alloys of such as well as goods manufactured of or plated with such; handicraft articles, decorative articles, ashtrays, cigar and cigarette cases; decorative jewellery, jewellery, clocks/watches and chronometers.
16 Paper, cardboard and goods made from these materials, i.e. paper towels, filter paper, paper napkins, filter paper, paper handkerchiefs, paper decorations, packaging containers, packaging bags, wrapping paper, printed matter, pamphlets, brochures, journals, leaflets, prospects, posters, newspapers, magazines, books, playing cards, stationary, writing cases, post card, identity cards, phone cards, stationary including writing and drawing implements, office supplies, i.e. stamps, ink pads, stamping inks, letter openers, paper knives, letter trays, files, desk pads, punches, staplers, paper clips and staples, adhesives, also self-adhesive, teaching and instructional material (except apparatus) in form of printed materials, globes, black-boards and drawing implements therefor, packaging material made of plastics, i.e. covers, purses, bags, plastic films, the latter one also self-adhesive and for decorative purposes, non-encoded customer cards, non-encoded phone cards.
18 Goods made of leather and imitations of leather as far as included in class 18, small suitcases and trunks, travelling bags, handbags, briefcases, school satchels, backpacks, umbrellas, parasols, travelling vanity bags made of leather, smaller items made of leather as well as of imitations of leather, in particular purses, wallets, key wallets; protective clothesbags all being made of leather and imitations of leather.
19 Supports, plates and bearers (not made of metal) for rail tracks as prefabricated parts.
20 Furniture, mirrors, frames; goods made of wood, wood substitutes, cork, tube, rush, substitutes of such and/or synthetic materials (as far as contained in class 20), especially coat-hangers.
21 Equipment and containers for household and kitchen; combs and sponges; brushes; glassware, porcelain and earthenware.
22 Nets, tents, tarpaulins, sails, sacks, as far as contained in Class 22.
23 Thread, yarns and threads for textile purposes.
24 Woven fabrics and textiles: textile fabrics, household, bed and table linen; as far as contained in class 24.
25 Clothing, in particular sportswear, leisurewear and children's wear, footwear, in particular sports, casual and children's shoes: stockings, socks, neckties; gloves; headwear.
28 Games; toys; gymnastics and sports articles, as far as contained in Class 28, (especially balls, tennis rackets, roller-skates and ice-skates); Christmas-tree decorations; games including electric and electronic games, sports equipment.
29 Meat, fish, poultry and game; meat extracts; preserved, dried and cooked fruit and vegetables; gelatines (jellies), jams; fruit sauces; eggs, milk and dairy products; edible oils and fats.
30 Coffee, tea, cocoa, sugar, rice, tapioca, sago, coffee-substitute; flours and cereal preparations, bread, pastries and confectionery, ice-cream; honey, treacle and syrup; yeast, baking powder, salt, mustard; vinegar, sauces, (condiments); herbs and spices; cooling ice.
31 Fresh fruit and vegetables; living plants and natural flowers.
32 Beers; mineral waters and drinks containing carbon dioxide and other non-alcoholic drinks; fruit drinks and fruit juices; syrups and other preparations for making drinks, as far as contained in Class 32.
33 Alcoholic drinks.
34 Tobacco; smokers articles, especially tobacco boxes, cigar and cigarette cases, ashtrays, all of afore-mentioned goods not made of precious metals, of alloys of such or plated with such, pipes and pipe-racks; lighters, matches.
35 Advertising, business management, business administration, office functions, advertising arrangements, in particular conception and design of advertising media for third parties, marketing for third parties, public relations.
36 Real estate affairs, in particular letting, sale and purchase as well as agency services for undeveloped land including business premises and flats, financial affairs, in particular financing of the development and further urban development of land, letting of developed and undeveloped land including business premises and flats; financial services, i.e. issue of customer cards in the format of cheque cards functioning like credit cards and payment cards; processing of the payment made by the customer cards, credit brokerage, insurance brokerage.
37 Maintenance and repair of rail vehicles as well as machines, tools and implements for rail lines, building construction, repair and maintenance service for telecommunication facilities and terminals.
38 Telecommunications, in particular taxi and emergency call boxes, facsimile, distribution, broadcasting and transmission of telecommunication and information signals via wireless and/or wire-bound digital and analogue networks, rendering on-line and off-line services including databases as far as included in class 38, setting up and operation of telecommunication networks as well as rendering telecommunication services for voice, text, image, sound and other data.
39 Transport, transport of persons and goods by rail vehicles, motor vehicles, aircraft and ships, operation of rail vehicle systems, i.e. porter services, left-luggage services, arrangements for the transport of persons and goods by rail vehicles, motor vehicles and ships, arrangements for places to park and rented motor vehicles, timetable information service and traffic reports, also by means of electronic facilities, seat reservation, organisation and arrangements for rail travel including travelling companions, planning, booking and organisations of travels, electronic tracking of consignments, operation of a rail line infrastructure, i.e. controlling traffic routing systems, vehicle location and operational control systems and safety systems thereof as far as included in class 39, arrangements for seats in trains, buses and ships, also for motor vehicles, arrangement of places to park and rented motor vehicles, timetable information service and traffic reports, also by means of electronic facilities, storage and packaging of goods, arrangements for storage and packing of goods, left-luggage, porter services, trolley service, hiring out and storage of transport and storage pallets, made either of wood, plastics or metal as well as transport and storage containers, either made of wood, plastics or metal, by rail vehicles, motor vehicles and ships, hiring out of rail vehicles, motor vehicles and ships as well as of machines, tools and implements for trains; operation of a rail line infrastructure, sleeper services, i.e. accommodation and boarding of guests in rail-mounted sleepers, boarding of guests in rail vehicles and ships; sleeper service, i.e. transport, accommodation and boarding of guests in rail-mounted sleepers.
41 Entertainment of guests by film shows, video shows and/or music performances as well as party games, entertainment, sporting and cultural activities, in particular organisation and arrangements for film shows, theatre performances and concerts and sports events as well as the information about such cultural or sport events and performances, tourist and city information, publication and editing of text, graphical, image and sound data which are electronically reproducible and called via data networks, publication of printed materials as well as corresponding electronic media (including CD-ROM and CD-I) and hiring out of films and recorded videos; organisation of seminars, entertainment of travellers and entertainment by lectures, slide and film shows, music performances, folklore, quiz and other party games; organisation and leasing of tourist services in holiday traffic, in particular organisation and arrangements for youth, leisure, informative and educational journeys by water, land and air.
42 Accommodation and boarding of guests in hotels and restaurants as well as the arrangement for such services, preparing expert opinions and solution plans, also of computer programmes, for controlling and carrying out transports by water, land and air, development and production of computer programmes for data processing, data processing facilities, development and production of data processing programmes, leasing access time to a computer data base, projecting and planning of telecommunication solutions, security services; arrangement for accommodations and boarding of guests in hotels and restaurants, planning of railway tracks as well as development and operation of their traffic routing systems; editing of printed materials as well as corresponding electronic media (including CD-ROM and CD-I).