Catalogue of Copyright Entries: Pamphlets, leaflets, contributions to newspapers or periodicals, etc.; lectures, sermons, addresses for oral delivery; dramatic compositions; maps; motion pictures, Volume 8, Issue 1 (Google eBook)

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1911 - American literature
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Page 3 - Congress, including the law library, and what other books or articles shall be placed in the reserve collections of the Library of Congress for sale or exchange, or be transferred to other governmental libraries in the District of Columbia for use therein.
Page 3 - ... proprietor, or other lawful claimant to claim and remove before the expiration of the month of December of that year anything found which relates to any of his productions deposited or registered for copyright within the period of years stated, not reserved or disposed of as provided for in this Act: And provided further, That no manuscript of an unpublished work shall be destroyed during its term of copyright without specific notice to the copyright proprietor of record, permitting him to claim...
Page 3 - Of the articles deposited in the copyright office under the provisions of the copyright laws of the United States, the Librarian of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections of the Library of Congress, including the law library, and what other books or articles shall be placed in the reserve collections of the Library of Congress for sale or exchange...
Page 3 - That of any articles undisposed of as above provided, together with all titles and correspondence relating thereto, the Librarian of Congress and the register of copyrights jointly shall, at suitable intervals, determine what of these received during any period of years it is desirable or useful to preserve in the permanent files of the copyright office, and, after due notice, as hereinafter provided, may within their discretion cause the remaining articles and other things to be destroyed : Provided,...
Page 210 - The current catalogues of copyright entries and the index volumes herein provided for shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright registration.
Page 3 - Congress and the register of copyrights jointly shall, at suitable intervals, determine what of these received during any period of years it is desirable or useful to preserve in the permanent files of the copyright office, and, after due notice as hereinafter provided, may within their discretion cause the remaining articles and other things to be destroyed: Provided, That there shall be printed in the Catalogue of Copyright Entries from February to November, inclusive, a statement of the years...
Page 577 - Laugh, and the world laughs with you; Weep, and you weep alone; For the sad old earth must borrow its mirth, But has trouble enough of its own.
Page 602 - Three plays; with preface by Bernard Shaw; English versions by Mrs. Bernard Shaw, St. John Hankin, and John Pollock.
Page 106 - XI (Feb., Aug.) 94-102, 489-494. [400 New England and New York in 1676; a reproduction of the map and descriptions, as given in the John Speed atlas, London; (1676) to which is added historical notes and references. Boston, The Univ. co. [1910] 22 p. fold. map. [401 Historical notes and references signed: Samuel Abbott. Reproduced from the atlas published 1(576 under title: A prospect of the most famous parts of the world.
Page 46 - Mercantile Agency Reference Book (and Key) Containing Ratings of Merchants, Manufacturers, and Traders Generally, Throughout the Southern States, vol.

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