Report from the Select Committee of the House of Lords on the Copyright Bill H.I. and the Copyright (artistic) Bill H.I.: Together with the Proceedings of the Committee, Minutes of Evidence, and Appendix. Session 1899 ... (Google eBook)

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H.M. Stationery Office, 1899 - 249 pages
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Page 101 - Provided that where any person has before the date of the publication of an Order in Council lawfully produced any work in the United Kingdom, nothing in this section shall diminish or prejudice any rights or interests arising from or in connection with such production which are subsisting and valuable at the said date.
Page 47 - Act it shall not be lawful for any Person, not being the Proprietor of the Copyright, or some Person, authorized by him, to import into any Part of the United Kingdom, or into any other Part of the British Dominions...
Page 47 - Act to amend the law of copyright," it is, amongst other things, enacted, that it shall not be lawful for any person, not being the proprietor of the copyright, or some person authorised by him, to import into any part of the United Kingdom, or into any other part of the British dominions, for sale or hire, any printed book, first composed or written, or printed and published in any part of the United Kingdom, wherein there shall be copyright, and reprinted in any country or place whatsoever out...
Page 101 - Where an Order in Council is made under the International Copyright Acts with respect to any foreign country, the author and publisher of any literary or artistic work first produced before the date at which such order comes into operation shall be entitled to works.
Page 77 - Company, of such book, pursuant to this Act : Provided always, that the omission to make such entry shall not affect the copyright in any book, but only the right to sue or proceed in respect of the infringement thereof as aforesaid: Provided also, that nothing herein contained shall prejudice the remedies which the proprietor of the sole liberty of representing any dramatic piece shall have by virtue of the Act...
Page x - ... any pirated copy of any musical work, every such pirated copy may be seized by any constable without warrant, on the request in writing of the apparent owner of the copyright in such work, or of his agent thereto authorised in writing, and at the risk of such owner. On seizure of any such copies, they shall be conveyed by such constable before a court of summary jurisdiction, and, on proof that they are infringements of copyright, shall be forfeited or destroyed, or otherwise dealt with as the...
Page 20 - Union to permit, to control, or to prohibit, by measures of domestic legislation or police, the circulation, representation, or exhibition of any works or productions in regard to which the competent authority may find it necessary to exercise that right.
Page 174 - If the author of any painting, drawing, or photograph, in which there shall be subsisting copyright, after having sold or otherwise disposed of such copyright, or if any other person, not being the proprietor for the time being of such copyright, shall, without the consent of such proprietor, repeat, copy, colourably imitate, or otherwise multiply, or...
Page x - If satisfied by evidence that there is reasonable ground for believing that pirated copies of such musical work are being hawked, carried about, sold, or offered for sale, may, by order, authorise a...
Page 14 - And be it enacted, That when any publisher or other person shall before or at the time of the passing of this Act have projected, conducted and carried on, or shall hereafter project, conduct and carry on or be the proprietor of any encyclopaedia, review, magazine, periodical work, or work published in a series of books or parts, or any book whatsoever, and shall have employed or shall employ any persons...

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