Select Committee Report on the Copyright Acts, London (1818)

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Select Committee Report on the Copyright Acts, London (1818), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Report from the Select Committee on the Copyright Acts of 8 Anne, c.19; 15 Geo.III, c.53; 41 Geo.III, c.107; and 54 Geo.III, c.116, (1818) Paper No.402, IX.249-56

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Year: 1818

Location: London

Language: English

Source: ProQuest: Parliamentary Papers (1818) Paper No.402, IX.249-56

Persons referred to:
Anne
Bodley, Sir Thomas
Gaisford, Thomas
George III
Greenhill, George
Hearne, Thomas
James II

Places referred to:
America
Austria
Bavaria
France
London
Netherlands
Prussia
Saxony

Cases referred to:
Bach v. Longman (1777) 2 Cowp. 623
Beckford v. Hood (1798) 7 D. & E. 620
Donaldson v. Becket (1774) 4 Burr. 2408, 2 Bro. P.C. 129
Millar v. Taylor (1769) 4 Burr. 2303
University of Cambridge v. Bryer (1812) 16 East's 317

Institutions referred to:
Bodleian Library, Oxford
British Museum
Cambridge University Library
Court of King's Bench
Faculty of Advocates, Edinburgh
House of Commons
Sion College, London
Society of the King's Inns, Dublin
Stationers' Company
Stationers' Hall
Trinity College, Dublin
University and King's College of Aberdeen
University of Cambridge
University of Edinburgh
University of Glasgow
University of Oxford
University of St Andrews

Legislation:
Copyright Act, 1775, 15 Geo.III, c.53
Copyright Act, 1801, 41 Geo.III, c.107
Copyright Act, 1814, 54 Geo.III, c.156
French Copyright Act 1793
Licensing Act, 1662, 13 & 14 Car.II, c.33
Statute of Anne, 1710, 8 Anne, c.19
U.S. Copyright Act 1790, 1 Stat. 124 (1790)

Keywords:
Stationers' Company
books, protected subject matter
deposit
duration
formalities
libraries
music, protected subject matter

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