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Bilateral treaty between Switzerland and France, Zürich (1884)

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Bilateral treaty between Switzerland and France, Zürich (1884), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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      The Federal Government of
the Swiss Confederation


      the President
of the French Republic,

      seeking to reciprocally
guarantee the protection of
ownership of literary and
artistic products in France
and in Switzerland, have
decided to conclude a treaty
for this purpose and have
named as their plenipotentiaries
the following persons:

      The Federal Government of
the Swiss Confederation has appointed:

Mr J. C. Kern, Envoy extraordinary
and plenipotentiary
minister of the Swiss
Confederation in Paris;

Mr K. E. Lardy, DCL,
Councillor to the Swiss
Embassy in Paris;

      The President
of the French Republic has appointed:

Mr C de Freycinet, Senator,
President of the Cabinet
Council, Minister of Foreign

Mr Tirard, deputy,*
Minister of Commerce;

Mr Maurice Rouvier, deputy,*
former Minister of Commerce
and of the Colonies;

      who, after having notified each
other of their full powers of attorney,
which were found to be in proper and due form,
have come to an agreement about the following articles:


* i.e. member (député) of the French National Assembly


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