Bilateral treaty between Switzerland and France, Zürich (1884)

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Bilateral treaty between Switzerland and France, Zürich (1884), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Full title:
Bilateral treaty between Switzerland and France as printed in Orelli, Aloys von: The Swiss Federal Statute regarding Authors' Rights of 23. April 1883 p. 149-167

Full title original language:
Übereinkunft zwischen der Schweiz und Frankreich zum gegenseitigen Schutze des litterarischen und künstlerischen Eigenthums. Abgeschlossen den 23. Februar 1882 Ratifiiert von der Schweiz 2. May 1882, von Frankreich 11. Mai 1882

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Author: Orelli, Aloys von (1827-1892)

Publisher: F. Schultheß

Year: 1884

Location: Zürich

Language: German

Source: Private Collection

Persons referred to:
Bavier, Simeon
Freycinet, Charles de
Grévy, François Paul Jules
Kern, J. C.
Lardy, Karl Eduard
Orelli, Aloys von
Ringier, Gottlieb
Rouvier, Maurice
Tirard, Pierre

Places referred to:
Berne
Paris

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Institutions referred to:
Bureau de la Librairie
French Embassy in Berne
French Ministry of the Interior
Swiss Council of States (upper house of the Swiss parliament)
Swiss Embassy in Paris
Swiss Federal Government
Swiss National Council (lower house of the Swiss Parliament)

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