Copyright Act for the German Empire, Berlin (1870)

Source: Max-Planck-Institut für Europäische Rechtsgeschichte, Frankfurt

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Copyright Act for the German Empire, Berlin (1870), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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FEDERAL LAW GAZETTE

of the

NORTH GERMAN CONFEDERATION

1870.

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Contains

the statutes, regulations etc. enacted from 6 January to 30 December 1870,
together with some earlier treaties etc from the years 1868
and 1869.

(From Nr. 401 up to and including Nr. 601)

NR. 1 up to and including NR. 51

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Berlin,

available at the Joint Office for Sales of Codes of Law and Newspapers.


    


BUNDES-GESETZBLATT


Des Norddeutschen Bundes

1870.

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Enthält

Die Gesetze, Verordnungen etc. vom 6. Januar bis 30. Dezember 1870.,
nebst einigen früheren Verträgen aus den Jahren 1868. Und 1869

(Von Nr. 401 bis incl. 601.)

No 1 bis incl. 51.

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Berlin,

Zu haben im vereinigten Gesetz=Sammlungs=Debits= und Zeitungs=Komptoir.


    

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