Class 22 consists mainly of canvas and other materials for the manufacture of sails, ropes, padding, cushioning and stacking as well as fibrous raw materials. . Authentic versions of the Nice classification (in English and French) are published online by WIPO. The paper publication was discontinued, the 10th edition, published in June 2011, was the last print edition. It was made up of two parts. Part I contained a list of goods and services in alphabetical order of goods on the one hand and services on the other. Part II included the list of goods and services categorized by class, in alphabetical order, within each class. There was also a bilingual edition (English/French) printed. Since the 10th edition of 2013, WIPO has only published the Nice classification online. P. Paperwork Reduction Act: This final rule does not contain information collection requirements that must be verified by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) under the 1995 (44 U.C 3501 and subsequent). Under Secretary of State for Intellectual Property Trade and Director of the U.S.
. For applications filed on or after June 17, 2019, the new deposit tax of $330 (if filed online) or $430 (if filed on paper) includes the first category of goods or services included in the application. The fee for each additional category is $100 and may be required for the application to become advertised. Class 12 consists mainly of vehicles and equipment for transporting people or goods by land, air or water. . (a) Services are, in principle, categorized according to the branches of activities listed in the sections of the service classes and in their explanatory notes or, unless otherwise stated, to other comparable services on the alphabetical list. . Class 3 consists primarily of non-drug toilet preparations and cleaning products for use at home and in other environments. (f) Cases adapted to the product they are supposed to contain are, in principle, classified in the same category as the product. . musical instruments; Music represents and represents musical instruments; conductor`s record.
. In order to keep the Nice classification up to date, it is constantly revised. A new edition is published every five years and, since 2013, a new version of each issue is published every year.