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Page 112 - That in the case of a book, photograph, chromo, or lithograph, the two copies of the same required to be delivered or deposited as above, shall be printed from type set within the limits of the United States, or from plates made therefrom, or from negatives, or drawings on stone made within the limits of the United States, or from transfers made therefrom.
Page 295 - AND ONLY THE MASTER SHALL PRAISE us, AND ONLY THE MASTER SHALL BLAME; AND NO ONE SHALL WORK FOR MONEY, AND NO ONE SHALL WORK FOR FAME; BUT EACH FOR THE JOY OF THE WORKING AND EACH IN HIS SEPARATE STAR SHALL DRAW THE THING AS HE SEES IT FOR THE GOD OF THINGS AS THEY ARE.
Page 340 - PHOTO MOUNTER Have an excellence peculiarly their own. The best results are only produced by the best methods and means — the best results in Photograph, Poster and other mounting can only be attained by using the best mounting paste — HIGGINS' PHOTO MOUNTER (Excellent novel brush with each jar.) AT DEALERS IN PHOTO SUPPLIES, ARTISTS
Page 112 - Entered according to act of Congress, in the year , by AB, in the office of the Librarian Of Congress, at "Washington ; " or, at his option, the word
Page 113 - Provided. That the charge for recording the title or description of any article entered for copyright, the production of a person not a citizen or resident of the United States...
Page 113 - States," whether the proprietor of the copyright is or is not a citizen or resident of the United States. A Certificate of such record requires the payment of fifty (50) cents additional, or $1.50 in all.
Page 307 - This law may then be stated as follows: The intensity of illumination produced by a source of light on any object varies inversely as the square of the distance of the object from the source.
Page 113 - For recording each title of a photograph, the production of a citizen or a resident of the United States, the charge is fifty (50) cents. If a certificate of copyright (ie, a certificate of the entry of title) is desired, there is an additional charge of fifty (50) cents, or $1 in all.
Page 356 - For Uniform System. An unerring guide to the correct exposure required for every speed of plate, on every kind of subject, and under every condition of light. For any set of conditions of Light, Plate, and Lens Aperture, only two simple operations are necessary...
Page 56 - ... you must be careful to print in a sky that, at any rate, looks as if taken at the same time of day, and one that is suitable to the subject. Don't attempt to manufacture a sky, either with cotton wool or otherwise, and do not print a favorite sky into too many pictures. " The next most important part in the composition of a picture is the placing of the principal object of interest. Never place it in the centre of your picture, as in Fig.