Berne Convention, Berne (1886)

Source: William Briggs, The Law of International Copyright (London: Stevens & Haynes, 1906), pp.667-98

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Berne Convention, Berne (1886), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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The Berne Convention of the 9th September 1886 for the creation of An International Union for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works, combined with the Additional Act and the Interpretative Declaration of the 4th May 1896

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Author: N/A

Publisher: n.p.

Year: 1886

Location: Berne

Language: English

Source: William Briggs, The Law of International Copyright (London: Stevens & Haynes, 1906), pp.667-98

Persons referred to:
Alfonso XIII
Maria Christina of Austria

Places referred to:
Belgium
Berne
Canada
Cape of Good Hope
Denmark
Faroe Islands
France
Germany
Great Britain
Haiti
India
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Liberia
Luxembourg
Monaco
Natal
New South Wales
New Zealand
Newfoundland
Norway
Paris
Queensland
Southern Australia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Tasmania
Tunis
Victoria (Australia)
Western Australia

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Institutions referred to:
Swiss Federal Council

Legislation:
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Keywords:
international agreements, Berne Convention

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