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American Almanac and Treasury of Facts, Statistical, Financial, and Political - Page 56
1886
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American Literary Gazette and Publishers' Circular, Volumes 15-16

Bibliography, National - 1870
...office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington." G. Each copyright secures the exclusive liberty of publishing the book or article copyrighted for the term of twenty-eight years. At the end of that period, the author or designer (not the proprietor) may secure a renewal for the...
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The Law of Copyright in Works of Literature and Art: Including that of the ...

Walter Arthur Copinger - Copyright - 1870 - 269 pages
...office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington." 6. Each copyright secures the exclusive liberty of publishing the book or article copyrighted for the term of twenty-eight years. At the end of that period the author or designer may secure a renewal for the further term of fourteen...
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The American Printer: A Manual of Typography, Containing Complete ...

Thomas MacKellar - Printing - 1871 - 330 pages
...office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington." 6. Each copyright secures the exclusive liberty of publishing the book or article copyrighted for the term of twentyeight years. At the end of that period, the author or designer may secure a renewal for the further term of fourteen...
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The Pacific Law Encyclopedia: A Complete Hand Book of All Matters Ordinarily ...

Jabez Franklin Cowdery - Commercial law - 1873 - 814 pages
...copyright, with the address. Duration of Copyright — Each copyright secures the exclusive liberty of publishing the book or article copyrighted for the term of twenty-eight years. At the end of that period, the author or designer may secure a renewal for the further term of fourteen...
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The Household Cyclopædia of Practical Receipts and Daily Wants ...

Alexander V. Hamilton - Cooking, American - 1873 - 423 pages
...obtained copyright, who shall insert the notice " entered according to Act of Cont/rms," etc., or words of the same import, in or upon any book or other article. Any author may reserve the right to translate or to dramatize his own work. In this case, notice should...
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THE LAW OF LITERATURE

JAMES APPLETON MORGAN - 1875
...who shall insert the notice, ' Entered according to act of congress,' or ' Copyright,' &c., or words of the same import, in or upon any book or other article. "Any author may reserve the right to translate or to dramatize his own work. In this case, notice should...
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THE FOOTPRINTS OF TIME: AND A COMPLETE ANALYSIS OF OUR AMERICAN SYSTEM OF ...

CHARLES BANCROFT. - 1875
...obtained copyright who shall insert the notice "Entered according to act of Congress" etc., or words of the same import, in or upon any book or other article. 5. Any author may reserve the right to translate or dramatize his own work. In this case notice should...
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Hill's Manual of Business Forms and Guide to Correct Writing: Social Legal ...

Thomas Edie Hill - Business - 1876 - 298 pages
...Librarian of CongresB ol «uch reservation, to be entered upon the record. DURATION OF COPYRIGHT. 0. Each copyright secures the exclusive right of publishing the book or article copyrighted for the term of twenly-elghl years. At the end of that lime, thu author or designer, or his widow or children, may...
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Footprints of the Ages: Our Method of Government and Centennial History ...

Jerome Bonaparte Washington - United States - 1876 - 1119 pages
...below the notice of copyright entry, and notifying the Librarian of Congress of such reservation. 6. Each copyright secures the exclusive right of publishing the book or article copyrighted for a term of twenty-eight years. At the end of that time, the author or designer, or his widow or children...
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The Footprints of Time: And a Complete Analysis of Our American System of ...

Charles Bancroft - United States - 1877 - 738 pages
...obtained copyright who shall insert the notice " Entered according to act of Congress," etc., or words of the same import, in or upon any book or other article. 5. Any author may reserve the right to translate or dramatize his own work. In this case notice should...
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