Selden's Argument, Washington D.C. (1879)

Source: The University of Texas Tarlton Law Library

Citation:
Selden's Argument, Washington D.C. (1879), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Full title:
Baker v. Selden, Argument for Appellee

Full title original language:
N/A

Abstract:
Selden's brief submitted to the Supreme Court in the Baker v. Selden Case.

Commentary: No commentaries for this record.

Bibliography:
  • Samuelson, Pamela. The Story of Baker v. Selden: Sharpening the Distinction Between Authorship and Invention. In Intellectual Property Stories 159 (Jane C. Ginsburg & Rochelle Cooper Dreyfuss eds., 2006).


Related documents in this database:
1879: Baker v. Selden
1879: Baker's Argument

Author: N/A

Publisher: N/A

Year: 1879

Location: Washington D.C.

Language: English

Source: The University of Texas Tarlton Law Library

Persons referred to:
Baker, William C. M.
Baldwin, Eleazer B.
Campbell, Sheldon A.
Curtis, George Ticknor
Drone, Eaton Sylvester
Gray, John L.
Gundry, John
Mayberry, Samuel V.
Moulton, Charles W.
Reber, Samuel F.
Selden, Charles
Selden, Elizabeth
Southard, Milton Isaiah

Places referred to:
Hamilton County, Ohio

Cases referred to:
Bach v. Longman (1777) 2 Cowp. 623
Baker v. Selden, 101 U.S. 99 (1879)
Clayton v. Stone, 5 F. Cases 999 (S.D.N.Y. 1829)
Drury v. Ewing (1862), 1 Bond's Rep., 540
Emerson v. Davies (1845), 3 St. Rep. 780
Green v. Bishop (1858), 1 Cliff. 199
Hime v. Dale (1803) 11 East 244
Hogg v. Kirby (1803) 8 Ves. Jun. 215

Institutions referred to:
Ohio District Court
U.S. Supreme Court

Legislation:
Statute of Anne, 1710, 8 Ann. c. 19

Keywords:
formalities
imitation
ingenuity
learning, the advancement of
originality
piracy
public domain
technical manuals

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