HC Deb 27 March 1917 vol 92 c218W

asked the Secretary to the Board of Trade whether it is necessary, under the Registration of Names Act, 1916, that registered firms should disclose on their billheads and all stationery used by them, in addition to catalogues, circulars, show-cards, and letters, the particulars required by the Act to be disclosed?


The Registration of Business Names Act requires certain particulars to be mentioned in trade catalogues, trade circulars, show-cards, and business letters on and in which the business name appears, and not on other stationery except in the case of a document which is in substance one of those specified in the Act.