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the U.S. Copyright Office
the U.S. Senate

Copyright Law Revision Studies
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Prepared for the Subcommittee on Patents, Trademarks, and Copyrights of Committee on the Judiciary United States Senate
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The History of U.S.A Copyright Law Revision From 1901 to 1954
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Size of the Copyright Industries
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The Meaning of “Writings” in the Copyright Clause of the Constitution
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The Moral Right of the Author
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5.47MB
The Compulsory License Provisions of the U.S. Copyright Law
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The Economic Aspects of the Compulsory License
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Copyright Notice
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Commercial Use of the Copyright Notice
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Use of the Copyright Notice by Libraries
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False use of Copyright Notice
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5.01MB
Divisibility of Copyrights
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Joint Ownership of Copyrights
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1.65MB
Works Made for Hire and on Commission
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2.18MB
Fair Use of Copyrighted Works
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Photoduplication of Copyrighted Material by Libraries
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Limitations on Peforming Rights
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6.47MB
The Registration of Copyright
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Authority of the Register of Copyrights To Reject Applications for Registration
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The Recordation of Copyright Assignments and Licenses
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3.10MB
Deposit of Copyrighted Works
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1.65MB
The Catalog of Copyright Entries
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9.47MB
The Damage Provisions of the Copyright Law
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The Operation of the Damage Provisions of the Copyright law: An Explanatory Study
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Remedies Other Than Damages for Copyright Infringement
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1.90MB
Liability of Innocent Infringers of Copyrights
26PDF
4.09MB
The Unauthorized Duplication of Sound Recordings
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1.22MB
Copyright in Architectural Works
28PDF
1.45MB
Copyright in Choreographic Works
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2.99MB
Protection of Unpublished Works
30PDF
2.71MB
Duration of Copyright
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8.10MB
Renewal of Copyright
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2.65MB
Protection of Works on Foreign Origin
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2.65MB
Copyright in Government Publications
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2.65MB
Copyright in Territories and Possession of the United States

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