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CATEGORY 02: HUMAN BEINGS

TABLE OF DIVISIONS IN CATEGORY 02
Coding and searching guide  
Men 02.01
Women 02.03
Children 02.05
Groups of humans 02.07
Humans depicted engaging in activities 02.09
Parts of the human body, skeletons, skulls 02.11


CODING AND SEARCHING GUIDE FOR HUMANS
01.01.08 Stars representing a human face or head of animal
    Not cross referenced in Category 02
01.05.03 Sun representing a human face or an animal
    Not cross referenced in Category 02
01.07.05 Globes held by a human
01.07.06 Globes forming a human face or part of a human body
    Not cross referenced in Category 02
01.11.03 Moons representing a human face
    Not cross referenced in Category 02
02 Humans
04.01 Winged or horned personages, fairies, supernatural beings, mythological or legendary personages
04.03 Beings partly human and partly animal
04.07.01 Plants or combinations of plants representing a person
04.07.02 Objects or combinations of objects representing a person
04.07.03 Geometric figures or combinations of geometric figures representing a person or an animal
26.XX.09 Geometric figures, objects, humans, plants or animals forming the perimeter of a geometric
26.XX.11 Letters, numerals, punctuation, geometric figures, objects, humans, plants or animals comprising a geometric shape.
27.01.01 Letters or numerals, including punctuation, forming representations of human beings
27.03.02 Representations of human beings forming letters or numerals, including punctuation

02    HUMAN BEINGS

Specific Guideline:    Human design elements often fall into more than one section. Therefore, a drawing of a human should be coded in all pertinent sections. See General Guideline 7.

Sample trademark with design as described above.

Be sure to check for groups of humans (02.07) when there is more than one person in the mark and to check for activities (02.09).

02.01    Men

02.01.01    Heads, portraits, busts of men not in profile.

Specific Guideline:    This section is limited to designs which reveal only a small portion of the shoulder area of the upper torso.

Note:    Heads, portraits, busts of men in profile are in
02.01.37.

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.01

02.01.02    Shadows or silhouettes of men

Excluding:    Shadows or silhouettes does not include stick figures.

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.02

02.01.03    Men wearing crowns or other symbols of royalty, including kings, princes and jacks

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.03

02.01.04    Religious figures, men wearing robes, shepherds, monks and priests
Excluding:    Asian-Pacific men (02.01.11) and wizards (04.01.25) are not coded in this section.

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.04

02.01.05    Famous men
Specific Guideline:    This section is limited to famous American historical figures such as Ben Franklin, presidents, etc. This section will include other recognizable American personalities such as Groucho Marx and W. C. Fields.

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.05

02.01.06    Men in colonial dress, Pilgrims, Quakers and colonial militiamen

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.06

02.01.07    Cowboys, and westerners

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.07

02.01.08    Frontiersmen, pioneers, mountaineers, trappers and other men wearing buckskins and/or coonskin caps

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.08

02.01.09    American Indians

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.09

02.01.10    Spaniards or Mexicans, including men wearing sombreros

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.10

02.01.11    Asian-Pacific men

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.11

02.01.12    Romans, Greeks and Egyptians (ancient dress)
Excluding:    Roman, Greek and other ancient soldiers (02.01.22) are not coded in this section. They are coded in 02.01.13.

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.12

02.01.13    Roman, Greek and other ancient soldiers, gladiators and vikings
Excluding:    Romans, Greeks and Egyptians (ancient dress) (02.01.12) are not coded in this section.

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.13

02.01.14    Pirates

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.14

02.01.15    Scottish men and other men wearing kilts

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.15

02.01.16    Other men wearing folk or historical costumes

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.16

02.01.17    Clowns, actors, mimes, carnival characters, harlequins, jesters, men wearing tights
Specific Guideline:    Cross-reference men in tights, such as Superman or other superheroes, with 04.01.07.

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.17

02.01.18    Farmers, hobos and other men wearing overalls

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.18

02.01.19    Athletes, strongmen

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.19

02.01.20    Butchers, chefs, and bakers

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.20

02.01.21    Waiters, butlers, men wearing tuxedos including magicians
Specific Guideline:    Wizards are coded in 04.01.25.

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.21

02.01.22    Sailors, fishermen, navigators, men in boats

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.22

02.01.23    Knights and other men in armor

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.23

02.01.24    Soldiers, cavalrymen, men in military uniform, including men dressed in band uniforms with a military appearance

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.24

02.01.25    Hunters, archers and other men with a significantly prominent weapon.
Excluding:    Colonial militiamen (02.01.06), cowboys and westerners (02.01.07), frontiersmen, pioneers, mountaineers and trappers (02.01.08), pirates (02.01.14) are not coded in this section.

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.25

02.01.26    Mechanical men, robots

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.26

02.01.27    Policemen, firemen

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.27

02.01.28    Prospectors, miners

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.28

02.01.29    Doctors, dentists, nurses and laboratory personnel

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.29

02.01.30    Men wearing two or three piece business suits

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.30

02.01.31    Stylized men, including men depicted in caricature form
See:    General Guideline 12

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.31

02.01.32    Other men, including frogmen, men wearing space suits and men wearing monocles

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.32

02.01.33    Grotesque men formed by letters, numbers, punctuation or geometric shapes
See:    General Guideline 12

Specific Guideline:    Cross reference grotesque men formed by letters, numbers, punctuation or geometric shapes as follows:
04.07.03    Geometric figures representing a person
27.01.01    Letters or numerals, including punctuation, forming representations of human beings
27.03.02    Representations of human beings forming letters or numerals, including punctuation

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.33

02.01.34    Other grotesque men including men formed by plants or objects
See:    General Guideline 12

Specific Guideline:    Cross reference grotesque men formed by plants or objects as follows:
04.07.01    Plants representing a person
04.07.02    Objects representing a person

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.34

02.01.35    Snowmen

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.35

02.01.37    Heads, portraits or busts of men in profile

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.37

02.01.38    Merchants, other store clerks and men in aprons

Excluding:    Butchers, chefs and bakers wearing aprons are in 02.01.20.

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.38

02.01.39    Nude men, men wearing underclothes, bathing suits or brief attire

Sample drawings for design code 02.01.39

02.03    Women
02.03.01    Heads, portraits, busts of women not in profile.

Specific Guideline:    This section is limited to designs which reveal only a small portion of the shoulder area of the upper torso.

Note:    Heads, portraits, busts of women in profile are in
02.03.22.

Sample drawings for design code 02.03.01

02.03.02    Shadows or silhouettes of women
Excluding:    Stick figures.

Sample drawings for design code 02.03.02

02.03.03    Women wearing crowns or other symbols of royalty, including queens and princesses

Sample drawings for design code 02.03.03

02.03.04    Pilgrims, women in colonial dress or hoop skirts

Sample drawings for design code 02.03.04

02.03.05    American Indians

Sample drawings for design code 02.03.05

02.03.06    Spaniards or Mexicans

Sample drawings for design code 02.03.06

02.03.07    Asian-Pacific women

Sample drawings for design code 02.03.07

02.03.08    Hawaiian women

Sample drawings for design code 02.03.08

02.03.09    Romans, Greeks or Egyptian women (ancient dress)

Sample drawings for design code 02.03.09

02.03.10    Dutch women

Sample drawings for design code 02.03.10

02.03.11    Swiss, Bavarian women

Sample drawings for design code 02.03.11

02.03.12    Scottish women

Sample drawings for design code 02.03.12

02.03.13    Other women wearing folk, historical or cowgirl costumes, including gypsies; nuns

Sample drawings for design code 02.03.13

02.03.14    Women wearing bonnets

Sample drawings for design code 02.03.14

02.03.15    Women wearing scarves on their heads

Sample drawings for design code 02.03.15

02.03.16    Women wearing hats

Sample drawings for design code 02.03.16

02.03.17    Women with ponytails or pigtails

Sample drawings for design code 02.03.17

02.03.18    Women wearing ribbons or flowers in their hair

Sample drawings for design code 02.03.18

02.03.19    Nude women, women wearing underclothes, bathing suits or brief attire

Sample drawings for design code 02.03.19

02.03.20    Women holding umbrellas

Sample drawings for design code 02.03.20

02.03.21    Women wearing aprons

Sample drawings for design code 02.03.21

02.03.22    Heads, portraits or busts of women in profile

Sample drawings for design code 02.03.22

02.03.23    Mechanical women or robots

Sample drawings for design code 02.03.23

02.03.24    Stylized women, including women depicted in caricature form
See:    General Guideline 12

Sample drawings for design code 02.03.24

02.03.25    Other women including hobos, women holding fans and women with weaponry

Sample drawings for design code 02.03.25

02.03.26    Grotesque women formed by letters, numbers, punctuation or geometric shapes
See:    General Guideline 12

Specific Guideline:    Cross reference grotesque women formed by letters, numbers, punctuation or geometric shapes as follows:
04.07.03    Geometric figures representing a person
27.01.01    Letters or numerals, including punctuation, forming representations of human beings
27.03.02    Representations of human beings forming letters or numerals, including punctuation

Note:    Other grotesque women including women formed by plants or objects are in 02.03.28.

Sample drawings for design code 02.03.26

02.03.27    Women athletes

Sample drawings for design code 02.03.27

02.03.28    Other grotesque women including women formed by plants or objects
See:    General Guideline 12

Specific Guideline:    Cross reference grotesque women formed by plants or objects as follows:
04.07.01    Plants representing a person
04.07.02    Objects representing a person

Note:    Grotesque women formed by letters, numbers, punctuation or geometric shapes are coded in 02.03.26.

Sample drawings for design code 02.03.28


02.05    Children
02.05.01    Heads, portraiture, busts of children not in profile
Specific Guideline:    This section is limited to designs which reveal only a small portion of the shoulder area of the upper torso.

Sample drawings for design code 02.05.01

02.05.02    Silhouettes or profiles of children
Excluding:    Stick figures

Sample drawings for design code 02.05.02

02.05.04    Girl(s)

Sample drawings for design code 02.05.04

02.05.05    Boy(s)

Sample drawings for design code 02.05.05

02.05.06    Baby or babies

Sample drawings for design code 02.05.06

02.05.07    Children wearing folk, historical, farm, Indian or cowboy costumes

Sample drawings for design code 02.05.07

02.05.08    Children wearing uniforms

Sample drawings for design code 02.05.08

02.05.24    Stylized children, including children depicted in caricature form
See:    General Guideline 12

Sample drawings for design code 02.05.24

02.05.26    Grotesque children formed by letters, numbers, punctuation or geometric shapes
See:    General Guideline 12

Specific Guideline:    Cross reference grotesque children formed by letters, numbers, punctuation or geometric shapes as follows:
04.07.03    Geometric figures representing a person
27.01.01    Letters or numerals, including punctuation, forming representations of human beings
27.03.02    Representations of human beings forming letters or numerals, including punctuation

Sample drawings for design code 02.05.26

02.05.27    Other grotesque children including children formed by plants or objects
See:    General Guideline 12

Specific Guideline:    Cross reference grotesque children formed by plants or objects as follows:
04.07.01    Plants representing a person
04.07.02    Objects representing a person

Sample drawings for design code 02.05.27

02.07    Groups of humans

Note:    A group consists of two or more humans. Each human in the couple or group is coded individually.

02.07.01    Groups of males

Sample drawings for design code 02.07.01

02.07.02    Groups of females

Sample drawings for design code 02.07.02

02.07.03    Males and females

Sample drawings for design code 02.07.03

02.07.04    Adults and children, including family groups

Sample drawings for design code 02.07.04

02.07.05    Groups of children

Sample drawings for design code 02.07.05

02.07.25    Other groups of humans

Sample drawings for design code 02.07.25

02.07.26    Grotesque groups of men, women and/or children having human features
See:    General Guideline 12

Sample drawings for design code 02.07.26


02.09    Humans depicted engaging in activities

Specific Guideline:    Humans engaged in activities should be cross-coded to the specific type of human in 02.01, 02.03, or 02.05.

02.09.01    Eating or drinking

Sample drawings for design code 02.09.01

02.09.02    Smoking

Sample drawings for design code 02.09.02

02.09.03    Reclining or sleeping

Sample drawings for design code 02.09.03

02.09.04    Sitting or kneeling

Sample drawings for design code 02.09.04

02.09.05    Running

Sample drawings for design code 02.09.05

02.09.06    Carrying items such as buckets or bags

Sample drawings for design code 02.09.06

02.09.07    Cooking

Sample drawings for design code 02.09.07

02.09.08    Painting (artistic, house painting and the like)

Sample drawings for design code 02.09.08

02.09.09    Working in fields, on lawns or in gardens

Sample drawings for design code 02.09.09

02.09.10    Working in factories

Sample drawings for design code 02.09.10

02.09.11    Humans engaged in other work

Sample drawings for design code 02.09.11

02.09.12    Flying (self-propelled)

Sample drawings for design code 02.09.12

02.09.13    Swinging on a swing, rope, tire, etc.

Sample drawings for design code 02.09.13

02.09.14    Dancing

Sample drawings for design code 02.09.14

02.09.15    Playing musical instruments

Sample drawings for design code 02.09.15

02.09.16    Children playing

Sample drawings for design code 02.09.16

02.09.17    Riding horses and other animals
Specific Guideline 1:    Humans riding a horse, a donkey or a mule are in 02.09.17. These animals are not coded individually in Category 03. If, however the human is riding any other type of animal, that animal should be coded in the appropriate section of Category 03.

Specific Guideline 2:    A statue of a man riding a horse is coded in 02.01, 02.09.17, 22.05.03 and 22.05.04.

Sample drawings for design code 02.09.17

02.09.18    Swimming

Sample drawings for design code 02.09.18

02.09.19    Humans playing games or engaged in other sports

Sample drawings for design code 02.09.19

02.11    Parts of the human body, skeletons, skulls
02.11.01    Hearts

Excluding:    Hearts depicted on playing cards are in 02.11.12; Hearts used as background or carriers are in 02.11.13.

Sample drawings for design code 02.11.01

02.11.02    Eyes

Sample drawings for design code 02.11.02

02.11.03    Ears

Sample drawings for design code 02.11.03

02.11.04    Lips or mouths

Sample drawings for design code 02.11.04

02.11.05    Teeth, dentures

Sample drawings for design code 02.11.05

02.11.06    Hair, locks of hair, wigs, beards, mustaches

Sample drawings for design code 02.11.06

02.11.07    Hands, fingers and arms
Excluding:    Hands and fingers forming the following: handshake, finger pointing, fingers walking, OK sign, and thumbs up or thumbs down are coded in 02.11.14.

Sample drawings for design code 02.11.07

02.11.08    Feet, toes, imprints of feet or toes, legs
Excluding:    Boot and shoe prints, soles of shoes (09.07.07)

Sample drawings for design code 02.11.08

02.11.09    Bodies or dummies without heads or without feet

Sample drawings for design code 02.11.09

02.11.10    Skeletons, parts of skeletons, bones, skulls

Sample drawings for design code 02.11.10

02.11.11    Skull and crossbones (poison symbol)

Sample drawings for design code 02.11.11

02.11.12    Hearts depicted on playing cards

Sample drawings for design code 02.11.12

02.11.13    Hearts used as background or carriers

Sample drawings for design code 02.11.13

02.11.14    Hands and fingers forming the following: handshake, finger pointing, fingers walking, OK sign, and thumbs up or thumbs down.
Note:    Only the gestures listed are in 02.11.14. For other gestures see 02.11.07.

Sample drawings for design code 02.11.14

02.11.15    Imprints of hands; fingerprints

Sample drawings for design code 02.11.15

02.11.16    Smiley faces
Specific Guideline 1:    A design is coded as a smiley face if it has either dots for eyes or a single line for a mouth or otherwise has the general appearance of a smiley face.

Specific Guideline 2:    Smiley faces are not double coded in the individual parts of the face.

Sample drawings for design code 02.11.16

02.11.25    Other parts of the human body

Sample drawings for design code 02.11.25




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