9 Scientific, nautical, surveying, electric, photographic, cinematographic, optical, weighing, measuring, signalling, checking (supervision), life-saving and teaching apparatus and instruments; apparatus for recording, transmission or reproduction of sound or images; magnetic data carriers, recording discs; automatic vending machines and mechanisms for coin-operated apparatus; cash registers, calculating machines, data processing equipment and computers; fire-extinguishing apparatus; time recording apparatus, fire escapes, lifejackets, anti-theft warning apparatus, protective helmets, cameras, tripods for camera, filters (photography), microscopes, cinematographic cameras, binoculars, telescopes, measuring glassware, thermometers, balances (steelyards), dressmakers' measures, scales, tape measures, pressure gauges, temperature indicators, actinometers, altimeters, hygrometers, letter scales, carpenters' rules, speed indicators, rules (measuring instruments), anemometers, quantity indicators, distance recording apparatus, dry cells, batteries (electric), buzzers, flat irons, electric hair-curlers electrically heated, television apparatus, video-cassettes, camcorders, video-recorders, record players, sound recording discs, sound recording apparatus, computers, computer peripheral devices, electronic portable calculators, notebook computers, mouse (data processing equipment), modems, word processors, electronic pocket translators, electronic agendas, photocopiers (photographic, electrostatic, thermic), swimming jackets, clothing for protection against fire, bullet-proof waistcoats, contact lenses, anti-glare glasses, sunglasses, swimming goggles, eyeglasses, parts and fittings for eyeglasses, eyeglass polishes, spectacles (optics), spectacle glasses, eyeglass chains, eyeglass cases, eyeglass frames, divers' masks, apparatus for games adapted for use with television receiver only, video game cartridges, compact discs (read-only memory), swimming rings, swimming belts, floats for bathing and swimming, diving suits, divers' apparatus, compact discs (audio-video), straps for mobile telephone machine, fire extinguishers, alarms, computer software; all included in class 9.
14 Precious metals and their alloys and goods in precious metals or coated therewith, not included in other classes; jewellery, precious stones; horological and chronometric instruments; commemorative shields, trophies, key rings (trinkets or fobs), tableware of precious metal, household utensils or precious metal, household containers of precious metal, coffee-pots non-electric of precious metal, coffee services of precious metal, goblets of precious metal, salad bowls of precious metal, soup bowls of precious metal, urns of precious metal, teapots of precious metal, tea services of precious metal, cups of precious metal, flasks of precious metal, dishes of precious metal, jugs of precious metal, tea infusers of precious metal, trays of precious metal for household purposes, pepper pots of precious metal, strainers of precious metal, towel holders of precious metal, salt cellars of precious metal, kitchen containers of precious metal, toothpick holders of precious metal, salt shakers of precious metal, sugar bowls of precious metal, tea-strainers of precious metal, kitchen utensils of precious metal, cabarets (trays) of precious metal, jewel cases of precious metal, basins of precious metal, vases of precious metal, earrings, bonnet pins of precious metal, tie pins, tie clips, necklaces (jewellery), bracelets (jewellery), pendants (jewellery), brooches (jewellery), medals, medallions (jewellery), buckles of precious metal, badges of precious metal, rings (jewellery), ornaments (jewellery), paste jewelry (costume jewelry), ornamental pins, jewellery, amulets (jewellery), hat ornaments of precious metal, cuff links, purses of precious metal, diamonds, agates, threads of precious metal (jewellery), pearls (jewellery), precious stones, powder compacts of precious metal, shoe ornaments of precious metal, stopwatches, chronographs (watches), chronometrical instruments, clocks, watches, watch crystals, clock hands (clock and watch-making), dials (clock and watch-making), watch straps, watch chains, watch cases, alarm clocks, wrist watches, harness fittings of precious metal, statuettes of precious metal, smoking materials of precious metal, tobacco pipes, snuff boxes of precious metal, match holders of precious metal, match boxes of precious metal, ashtrays of precious metal for smokers, tobacco jars of precious metal, cigarette cases of precious metal, cigarette holders of precious metal, cigar cases of precious metal , cigar holders of precious metal, cigar boxes of precious metal; all included in class 14.
16 Paper, cardboard and goods made from these materials, not included in other classes; printed matter; bookbinding material; photographs; stationery; adhesives for stationery or household purposes; artists' materials; paint brushes; typewriters and office requisites (except furniture); instructional and teaching material (except apparatus); plastic materials for packaging (not included in other classes); playing cards; printers' type; printing blocks; pastes for stationery or household purposes, correcting ink (heliography), addressing machines, inking ribbons for computer printers, numbering apparatus, stapling presses (office requisites), printing sets, portable (office requisites), sealing machines for offices, drawing boards, drawing instruments, duplicators, paper shredders (for office use), babies' diapers of paper and cellulose (disposable), paper packing containers, packing paper, boxes of cardboard or paper, bags (envelopes, pouches) of paper or plastics for packaging, coasters of paper, paper coffee filters, table linen of paper, place mats of paper, garbage bags (of paper or of plastics), bags for microwave cooking, viscose sheets for wrapping, plastic film for wrapping, patterns for making clothes, flags (of paper), indoor aquaria, indoor terrariums vivarium), napkins of paper for removing make-up, handkerchiefs of paper, face towels of paper, blinds of paper, passport holders, holders for checkbooks, paper sheets (stationery), charts, wrapping paper, albums, ink, inkstands, cards, painting materials, paper stationery, caps for pencil, greeting cards, crayons, paper tapes and cards for the recordal of computer programs, felt tip pens (underlay), pencil lead holders, letter racks, inking pads, stickers (stationery), pocket notebooks, note books, pastels (crayons), bookends, protractors, paper ribbons, pens (office requisites), pen clips, pen wipers, nibs, ball-point pens, balls for ball-point pens, loose-leaf binders, French curves, pencils, pencil leads, pencil sharpeners, drawing pins, paint boxes (articles for use in school), palettes for painters, school supplies (stationery), tags for index cards, index cards (stationery), folders (stationery), clips for offices, files (office requisites), paper knives (cutters) (office requisties), scrapers (erasers) for offices, cabinets for stationery (office requisites), correcting fluids (office requisites), forms (printed), folders for papers, letter trays, jackets for papers, rubber erasers, drawing T- squares, compasses for drawing, drawing squares, covers (stationery), adhesive tape dispensers (office requisites), pads (stationery), artists' water-colour saucers, writing chalk, writing cases (stationery), boxes for pens, stands for pens and pencils, sealing wafers, envelopes (stationery), self-adhesive tapes for stationery or household purposes, writing instruments, writing pads, wrappers (stationery), fountain pens, writing brushes, specimen cases, specimen implements, picture postcards, catalogues, diaries, pamphlets, posters, postage stamps, pictures, photograph stands; all included in class 16.
18 Leather and imitations of leather, and goods made of these materials and not included in other classes; animal skins, hides; trunks and traveling bags; umbrellas, parasols and walking sticks; whips, harness and saddlery; bandoliers, handbag frames, sling bags for carrying infants, leather straps, bands of leather, chins straps of leather, boxes of leather or leather boards, pouches of leather for packaging, dog collars, leather leads, harness for animals, trimmings of leather for furniture, suitcases, handbags, rucksacks, card cases (notecases), shopping bags, wheeled shopping bags, purses not of precious metal, attache cases, backpacks, bags for campers, bags for climbers, beach bags, briefcases, chain mesh purses not of precious metal, garment bags for travel, haversacks, key cases (leather-ware), amulet cases, name-card cases, leather shoulder belts, pocket wallets, school satchels, suitcase handles, traveling sets (leather-ware); travelling trunks; valises, vanity cases (not fitted), umbrella covers, umbrella handles, canes, walking-cane handles, alpenstocks, riding saddles, harness fittings not of precious metal, curried skins, furniture coverings of leather, imitation leather, leather un-worked or semi-worked, fur; all included in class 18.
24 Textile an textile goods, not included in other classes; bed and table covers; cotton fabrics, ramie fabric, silk (cloth), woolen fabric, fiberglass fabric, for textile use, linen cloth, bunting, elastic woven material, taffeta (cloth), damask, velvet, flannel (fabric), frieze (cloth), rayon fabric, knitted fabric, felt, non-woven textile fabrics, oilcloth (for use as tablecloth), gummed cloth other than for stationery, fabric impervious to gases for aeronautical balloons, towels of textile, handkerchiefs of textile, bath linen except clothing), table napkins of textile, glass-cloth, coasters (table linen), table mats (not of paper), place mats of textile, pillowcases, cover for cushions, sheets (textile), bed linen, bed blankets, mattress covers, eiderdowns (down coverlets), mosquito nets, quilts, sleeping bags (sheeting), traveling rugs (lap-robes); wall hangings of textile, blinds of textile, table runners, drop curtains, table cloths (not of paper), bed covers, covers (loose) for furniture, bed covers of paper, curtains of textile or plastic, wrapping cloth, billiard cloth, tissues (of textile) for removing make-up, napkins (of cloth) for removing make-up, household linen, banners, flags (not of paper), lining fabric for shoes, fabric of imitation animal skins, toilet gloves, linings (textile); all included in class 24.
25 Clothing, footwear, headgear; jumpers (shirt fronts), evening dresses, children's wear, liveries, jackets (clothing), jogging pants, sweat pants, suits, skirts, ski jackets, ski pants, trousers, smocks, full dresses, coats, overcoats, topcoats, mantles, raincoats, breeches (for wear), chasubles, frocks, leggings, overalls, parkas, pelisses, saris, stuff jackets (clothing), togas, beach clothes, detachable collars, outer-clothing, layettes (clothing), paper clothing, ready-made linings (parts of clothing), ready-made clothing, waterproof clothing, clothing of imitations of leather, clothing of leather, furs (clothing), gabardines (clothing), jerseys (clothing), knitwear (clothing), pockets for clothing, clothing for gymnastics, sports jerseys, uniforms, sweaters, vests, shirts, cuffs, sports shirts, blouses, polo-shirts, negligees, pyjamas, bath robes, underwear, camisoles, corsets (underclothing), combinations (clothing), corselets, chemises, drawers (clothing), slips (undergarments), brassieres, petticoats, swimsuits, bathing caps, Japanese clothing (kimono), sashes for "kimono", half coats (Japanese clothing), pleated long skirts (Japanese clothing), chemisettes (shirt fronts), dressing gowns, girdles, pullovers, singlets, tee-shirts, hosiery, tights, aprons (clothing), collar protectors, socks, gaiters, fur stoles, shawls, scarfs, gloves (clothing), babies' diapers of textile, neckties, neckerchieves, bandanas (neckerchiefs), berets, maniples, mittens, muffs (clothing), shoulder wraps, sashes for wear, foot-muffs not electrically heated, spats, stockings, night caps, pelerines, headgear for wear, hoods (clothing), top hats, veils (clothing), visors (hat-making), garters, sock suspenders, suspenders, trouser straps, belts (clothing), stocking suspenders, rain-shoes, lace boots, sports shoes, overshoes, wooden shoes, half-boots, heels, inner soles, welts for boots and shoes, footwear uppers, tips for footwear, beach shoes, boots, galoshes, sandals, soles for footwear, shoes, fittings of metal for shoes and boots, non-slipping devices for boots and shoes, wooden clogs (Japanese footwear), low wooden clogs, sandal clogs, low wooden clogs for use in dry weather, clog thongs, Japanese sandals, leather sandals, slippers, bath sandals, bath slippers, masquerade costumes, clothing for sports, anoraks, ground coats, headbands (clothing), sports jackets, wrist bands, golf shoes, ski boots, tennis shoes, climbing boots, athletic shoes, cyclists' clothing, football shoes, gymnastic shoes, motorists' clothing, wet suits for water skiing, boots for sports; all included in class 25.
26 Lace and embroidery, ribbons and braid; buttons, hooks and eyes, pins and needles; artificial flowers; braids, tapes, ribbons (haberdashery), elastic ribbons, tassels (haberdashery), beads for handicrafts, zippers, dress fastenings, belt clasps, buttons, hooks (haberdashery), sewing boxes, boxes, not of precious metal, for needles, medals for wear, buckles (clothing accessories), brooches (clothing accessories), emblems, badges for wear, not of precious metal, ornamental novelty badges (buttons), hat ornaments (not of precious metal), pins (other than jewellery), expanding bands for holding sleeves, false hair, hair grips (slides), hair nets, hair bands, hair pins, hair ornaments, hair curlers (other than hand implements), non-electric, shoe buckles, shoe laces, shoe ornaments (not of precious metal), artificial flowers of paper, artificial flowers of cloth, artificial flowers of plastic, artificial flowers, artificial garlands, tea cozies, competitors' numbers, embroidery, lace for edgings, needles, haberdashery, except thread; all included in class 26.
35 Advertising; business management; business administration; office functions; advertising, advertising by mail order, bill-posting, demonstration of goods, direct mail advertising, dissemination of advertising matter, distribution of samples, modelling for advertising or sales promotion, organization of exhibitions for commercial or advertising purposes, organization of trade fairs for commercial or advertising purposes, outdoor advertising, publication of publicity texts, publicity, publicity columns preparation, radio advertising, radio commercials, shop window dressing, television advertising, television commercials, updating of advertising material, sales promotion (for others), public relations, artists (business management of performing -), business appraisals, business consultancy (professional -), business information, business inquiries, business investigations, business management and organization consultancy, business management assistance, business management of hotels, business research, commercial or industrial management assistance, cost price analysis, economic forecasting, efficiency experts, management (advisory services for business -), marketing research, marketing studies, personnel management consultancy, relocation services for businesses, statistical information, sales information, accounting, accounts (drawing up of statements of -), auditing, book-keeping, tax preparation, payroll preparation, personnel recruitment, retail services, employment agencies, auctioneering, import-export agencies, arranging newspaper subscriptions (for others), shorthand, transcription, document reproduction, photocopying, file management (computerized -), word processing, typing, secretarial services, telephone answering (for unavailable subscribers), reception and guide for visitors, publicity material rental, rental of advertising space, office machines and equipment rental, rental of photocopying machines, compilation of information into computer databases, systemization of information into computer databases, all included in class 35.