Arguments Before the Committee on Patents of the House of Representatives, Conjointly with the Senate Committee on Patents, on H.R. 19853, to Amend and Consolidate the Acts Respecting Copyright: June 6, 7, 8, and 9, 1906
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1906 - Copyright - 217 pages
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Page 180 - ... 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 95 - States, or by the printer who has printed the book, setting forth that the copies deposited have been printed from type set within the limits of the United States...
Page ix - The notice of copyright shall be applied, in the case of a book or other printed publication, upon its title page or the page immediately following, or if a periodical either upon the title page or upon the first page of text of each separate number or under the title heading, or if a musical work either upon its title page or the first page of music.
Page viii - That copyright may also be had of the works of an author of which copies are not reproduced for sale, by the deposit, with claim of copyright, of one complete copy of such work if it be a lecture or similar production or a dramatic...
Page xii - ... shall pay all the costs and expenses of the proceedings to obtain such condemnation...
Page viii - Musical compositions. (f) Maps. (g) Works of art; models or designs for works of art. (h) Reproductions of a work of art. (i) Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character. (j) Photographs. (k) Prints and pictorial illustrations including prints or labels used for articles of merchandise. (1) Motion-picture photoplays. (m) Motion pictures other than photoplays.
Page xv - SEC. 47. That all records and other things relating to copyrights required by law to be preserved shall be kept and preserved in the copyright office. Library of Congress, District of Columbia, and shall be under the control of the register of copyrights, who shall, under the direction and supervision of the Librarian of Congress, perform all the duties relating to the registration of copyrights.
Page xiv - That the clerk of the court, or judge granting the injunction, shall, when required so to do by the court hearing the application to enforce said injunction, transmit without delay to said court a certified copy of all the papers in said cause that are on file in his office.
Page vii - That nothing in this Act shall be construed to annul or limit the right of the author or proprietor of an unpublished work, at common law or in equity, to prevent the copying, publication, or use of such unpublished work without his consent, and to obtain damages therefor.