The owner of a mark registered under the provisions of the Trademark Act of 1881 or
1905 may at any time prior to the expiration of the period for which the registration
was issued or renewed, upon the payment of the prescribed fee, file an affidavit or
declaration in accordance with § 2.20 setting forth those goods or services in the registration on or in connection with
which said mark is in use in commerce, and stating that the owner claims the benefits
of the Act of 1946. The affidavit or declaration must be signed by a person properly authorized to sign
on behalf of the owner under § 2.193(e)(1).
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