International Copyright Bill, London (1844)

Source: ProQuest: Parliamentary Papers (1844) Paper No.101, I.235-246

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International Copyright Bill, London (1844), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Bill to amend Law relating to International Copyright, 1844, Paper No.101, I.235-246

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1844: International Copyright Act

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Year: 1844

Location: London

Language: English

Source: ProQuest: Parliamentary Papers (1844) Paper No.101, I.235-246

Persons referred to:
Baring, Henry Bingham
George II
George III
Gladstone, William Ewart
Greene, Edward
Hogarth, Jane
Victoria
William IV

Places referred to:
London

Cases referred to:
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Institutions referred to:
British Museum
House of Commons
Parliament
Stationers' Company
Stationers' Hall

Legislation:
Copyright Amendment Act, 1842, 5 & 6 Vict., c.45
Copyright in Prints and Engravings (Ireland) Act, 1836, 6 & 7 Will.IV, c.59
Engravers' Copyright Act, 1735, 8 Geo.II, c.13
Engravers' Copyright Act, 1766, 7 Geo.III, c.38
Engravers' Copyright Act, 1777, 17 Geo.III, c.57
International Copyright Act, 1838, 1 & 2 Vict., c.59
Models and Busts Act, 1798, 38 Geo.III, c.71
Sculpture Copyright Act, 1814, 54 Geo.III, c.56

Keywords:
anonymous works
deposit
dramatic works, protected subject matter
drawings, protected subject matter
engravings, protected subject matter
fraud
music, protected subject matter
public performance
registration
sculpture, protected subject matter

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