Ordinance on the Establishment of Societies of Copyright Experts, Berlin (1838)

Source: Max-Planck-Institut für Europäische Rechtsgeschichte, Frankfurt

Citation:
Ordinance on the Establishment of Societies of Copyright Experts, Berlin (1838), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Full title:
Ordinance on the Establishment of Societies of Copyright Experts as provided in sec 17 and 31 of the Law for the Protection of Property to Works of Scholarship and the Arts against Reprinting and Reproduction

Full title original language:
Instruktion zur Bildung der, in den §§. 17 und 31. des Gesetzes zm Schutze des Eigenthums von Werken der Wissenschaft und Kunst gegen Nachdruck und Nachbildung vom 11. Juni 1837, erwähnten Vereine von Sachverständigen. D. d. den 15. Mai 1838, aus Gesetz-Sammlung für die Königlichen Preußischen Staaten 19 (1838) 277-279

Abstract:
This document is related to d_1837a.

Commentary: No commentaries for this record.

Bibliography:
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Related documents in this database:
1837: Prussian Copyright Act
1870: Societies of Copyright Experts

Author:
N.N.

Publisher: Gesetz-Sammlungs-Debits- und Zeitungs-Komptoir

Year: 1838

Location: Berlin

Language: German

Source: Max-Planck-Institut für Europäische Rechtsgeschichte, Frankfurt

Persons referred to:
Altenstein, Karl Sigmund Franz Freiherr von Stein zum
Alvensleben, Count Albrecht von
Frederick William IV
Kamptz, Karl Albert von
Mühler, Heinrich Gottlob von
Nagler, Karl Ferdinand Friedrich von
Rochow, Gustav Adolf Rochus von
Werther, Heinrich Wilhelm von

Places referred to:
Berlin
Prussia

Cases referred to:
N/A

Institutions referred to:
Prussian Ministry for Religious, Educational, and Medical Affairs
Prussian Ministry of Justice
Prussian State Ministry
Prussian Supreme Court

Legislation:
Prussian Copyright Act 1837

Keywords:
adaptation
copy
penalties
reprints
societies, copyright

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