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Senate bill, no. 1903 (December 1).-A bill to afford protection to exhib2022. Interim copyright act

itors of foreign literary, artistic, or musical works at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition. Presented by Mr. Cockrell. Senate bill, no. 2022. Printed, 4 pp. 4°. (205)

NOTE.-Referred to the Senate Committee on Patents. Passed by the Senate on December 17; by the House on December 18. Signed by the President on January 7, 1904, on which day it became law.

FIFTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS, SECOND SESSION Senate bill, no. 1903 (December 8).- A bill to afford protection to exhib2153

itors of foreign literary, artistic, or musical works at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition. Presented by Mr. Lodge. Senate bill, no. 2153. Printed, 5 pp. 4°.

(206) NOTE.-Referred to the Senate Committee on Patents. No further action on this bill; but see Senate bill, no. 2022, above, December 1,

1903. Senate bill, no. 1903 (December 8).- A bill to amend chapter forty-nine 2229

hundred and fifty-two of the Revised Statutes. Presented by Mr. Platt, of Connecticut. Senate bill, no. 2229. Printed, 2 pp. 4o.

(207) NOTE.-Referred to the Senate Committee on Patents. Reported, without amendment, by Mr. Clapp from that committee, January 8,

1904. H. R. bill, no. 1903 (December 9).- A bill to amend chapter forty-nine 6487

hundred and fifty-two of the Revised Statutes. Presented by Mr. Currier. H. R. bill, no. 6487. Printed, 2 pp. 4°.

(208) NOTE.-Referred to the House Committee on Patents. Reported March 1, 1904, with amendment, by Mr. Currier from that committee

(House report, no. 1287) and referred to the House Calendar. H. R. bill, no. 1903 (December 17).-A bill to afford protection to exhib5059

itors of foreign literary, artistic, or musical works at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition. Reported by Mr. Sulzer. H. R. bill, no. 5059. (A second issue of previous bill of same number.) Printed, 4 pp. 4°.

(209) NOTE.-Reported from the House Committee on Patents (House report, no. 12), referred to the House Calendar. Considered by the House on December 18, and by unanimous consent Senate bill, no.

2022, substituted. Senate bill, no. 1904 (January 8).—A bill to amend chapter forty-nine

hundred and fifty-two of the Revised Statutes. Reported

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by Mr. Clapp. Senate bill, no. 2229. (A second issue of previous bill of same number.) Printed, 2 pp. 4°. (210)

NOTE.-Reported from the Senate Committee on Patents, without amendment. On February 8 this bill was announced as “next in order," but as no members of the Committee were in the chamber, it was ordered to go over without prejudice. No further action recorded. For full text of this bill see pp. 12–13.

1904 (January 8).—A bill to establish a series of free H. R. bill, no. text-books. Presented by Mr. Knapp. H. R. bill, no. 9297 9297. Printed, 3 pp. 4o.

(211) NOTE.-Referred to the House Committee on Education. No further action recorded. For full text of this bill see pp. 18–20.

1904 January 8).- A bill to amend title sixty, chapter H. R. bill, no. three, of the Revised Statutes of the United States, relating 9324 to copyrights. Presented by Mr. Bartholdt (by request). H. R. bill, no. 9324. Printed, 3 pp. 4°.

(212) NOTE.-Referred to the House Committee on Patents. No further action recorded. H. R. bill, no. 11450 presented as a substitute, see no. 213.

1904 (January 30). --A bill to amend title sixty, chapter H. R. bill, no three, of the Revised Statutes of the United States of America, relating to copyrights. Presented by Mr. Bartholdt. H. R. bill, no. 11450. Printed, 3 pp. 4°. (213)

Note.-Referred to the House Committee on Patents. Substitute for H. R. bill, no. 9324. Hearing, January 10, 1905.

No further action recorded. For full text of this bill see pp. 20–22. 1904 (March 1).—A bill to amend chapter forty-nine H. R. bill, no.

6487 hundred and fifty-two of the Revised Statutes. Reported by Mr. Currier. H. R. bill, no. 6487. (A second issue of previous bill of same number.) Printed, 3 pp. 4°. (214)

NOTE.—Reported, with amendment, from the House Committee on Patents (House report, no. 1287), and referred to the House Calendar. Passed the House (58th Cong., 3d sess.) December 14, 1904. For full text of this bill see pp. 14-15.

1904 (March 2).—A bill to amend the copyright laws. H. R. bill, no. Presented by Mr. Tawney. H. R. bill, no. 13355. Printed, 13355 4 pp. 4o.

(215) Note.-Referred to the House Committee on Patents. Reported, with amendment, by Mr. Otis, on April 26 (House report, no. 2857), and referred to the House Calendar. For full text of this bill see pp. 22–24.

1904 (March 30).-A bill to amend title sixty, chapter Senate bill, no. three, of the Revised Statutes of the United States relating

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to copyrights. Presented by Mr. Platt, of Connecticut.
Senate bill, no. 5314.
Printed, 3 pp.

(216) NOTE.—Read twice by its title and referred to the Committee on

Patents. No further action recorded. H. R. bill, no. 1904 (April 26).- A bill to amend the copyright laws. Re13355

ported by Mr. Otis. H. R. bill, no. 13355. (An amended issue of previous bill of same number.) Printed, 4 pp. 4o. (217)

NOTE.-Reported from the Committee on Patents (House report, no. 2857), referred to the House Calendar, and passed. Presented in Senate and referred to Committee on Patents, 58th Cong., 3d sess., December 6, 1904.

FIFTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS, THIRD SESSION 1904 (December 6).-An act to amend the copyright laws. Passed the House of Representatives April 26, 1904. H. R. act, no. 13335. Printed, 4 pp. 4°.

(218) NOTE.—Presented in Senate, read twice and referred to the Com

mittee on Patents. Senate bill, no.

1904 (December 12).—A bill for the promotion of educa5967

tion. Presented by Mr. Penrose. Senate bill, no. 5967. Printed, i p. 4°.

(219) 1904 (December 14).-An act to amend section 4952 of the 6487

Revised Statutes. Passed the House of Representatives December 14, 1904. H.R. act, no.6487. Printed 3 pp. 4°. (220)

H. R. act, no. 13335

H. R. act, no.

GENERAL NOTE. — During the period from 1871 to 1886 bills were introduced bearing titles including the word “copyrights,”' in connection with patents and trade-marks. An examination of these several bills, however, shows, on a careful scrutiny, that their provisions deal only with patents and trade-marks, and hence they have been omitted in the Bibliography and Chronological Record. These bills are as follows:

FORTY-FIRST CONGRESS, THIRD SESSION Patent or 1871 (February 11).—Bill H. R. 3001, entitled “A bill to amend 'An trademark bills act to revise, consolidate, and amend the statutes relating to patents

and copyrights.'

1871 (February 18).—Bill S. 1356, entitled “A bill to amend an act to revise, amend, and consolidate the statutes relating to patents and copyrights."

FORTY-SECOND CONGRESS, FIRST SESSION 1871 (March 7).—Bill S. 14, entitled “A bill to amend an act to revise, consolidate, and amend the statutes relating to patents and copyrights."

a Favorably reported to the Senate, with an amendment, January 27, 1905 (Senate report, no. 3380). For text of report see note 34, p. 386.

1871 (March 16).-Bill S. 240, entitled "A bill to amend 'An act to revise, amend, and consolidate the statutes relating to patents and copyrights.""

FORTY-SECOND CONGRESS, SECOND SESSION 1872 (February 5).—Bill S. 583, entitled “A bill to amend an act entitled 'An act to revise, consolidate, and amend the statutes relating to patents and copyrights.'”

FORTY-SECOND CONGRESS, THIRD SESSION 1872 (December 19).—Bill S. 1281, entitled “A bill explanatory of the act approved July eighth, eighteen hundred and seventy, entitled 'An act to revise, consolidate, and amend the statutes relating to patents and copyrights.

FORTY-THIRD CONGRESS, FIRST SESSION 1873 (December 8). -Bill H. R. 245, entitled “A bill explanatory of section 25 of 'An act to revise, consolidate, and amend the statutes relating to patents and copyrights.'

1874 (January 9).—Bill H. R. 1040, entitled “A bill to amend an act entitled 'An act to revise, consolidate, and amend the statutes relating to patents and copyrights,' approved July 8, 1870."

1874 (April 27).--Bill H. R. 3156, entitled “A bill in addition to the statutes relating to patents and copyrights."

1874 (May 20).-Bill H. R. 3418, entitled “A bill to amend the act entitled 'An act to revise, consolidate, and amend the statutes relating to patents and copyrights.'”

1874 (June 12).—Bill H. R. 3675, entitled “A bill to amend the act entitled 'An act to revise, consolidate, and amend the statutes relating to patents and copyrights.'

FORTY-FOURTH CONGRESS, FIRST SESSION 1876 (January 28).—Bill S. 365, entitled “A bill to revise, consolidate, and amend the statutes relating to patents and copyrights."

FORTY-FIFTH CONGRESS, SECOND SESSION 1878 (January 28).—Bill H. R. 2729, entitled “A bill to revise, consolidate, and amend the statutes relating to patents and copyrights."

FORTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS, FIRST SESSION 1882 (April 11).—Bill S. 1682, entitled "A bill explanatory of the twenty-fifth section of the act approved July 8, 1870, entitled 'An act to revise, consolidate, and amend the statutes relating to patents and copyrights, and of the 4887th section of the Revised Statutes of the United States.'

FORTY-NINTH CONGRESS, FIRST SESSION 1886 (January 12).—Bill S. 1034, entitled “A bill to amend the law relating to patents, trade-marks, and copyrights.”

1886 (February 15).—Bill H. R. 5570, entitled “A bill to amend the law relating to patents, trade-marks, and copyrights."

1886 (April 27).—Bill H. R. 8323, entitled “A bill to amend the law relating to patents, trade-marks, and copyrights."

1886 (March 9).-Bill S. 1813, entitled “A bill to amend the law retating to patents, trade-marks, and copyrights."

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II. PRINTED REPORTS

FIRST CONGRESS, FIRST SESSION

H. R. report 1789 (April 20).-Report, by Mr. Tucker, from the select
(T: T. Tucker)

committee to whom was referred the petitions of John
Churchman and David Ramsay. Printed, i p., in “ Journal
of the House of Representatives of the United States, being
the ist session of the ist Congress, begun and held at the
city of New York, March 4, 1789.” 8°. Washington,
1826, p. 18.

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FIRST CONGRESS, SECOND SESSION

H. R. report 1790 (January 11).-Report, by Mr. Boudinot, from the
(E. Boudinot)

committee appointed to examine the Journal of the last
session, and to report therefrom all such matters of business
as were then depending and undetermined. Printed, in
“Journal of the House of Representatives of the United
States, being the 2d session of the ist Congress, begun and
held at the city of New York, January 4, 1790.”

8°.
Washington, 1826, pp. 137-138.

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SECOND CONGRESS, FIRST SESSION

H. R. report

1792 (February 1).—Report, by Mr. Page, from the (J: Page)

select committee to whom was referred the petition of John
Churchman, praying . . . and that the penalties provided
by the act for the encouragement of learning, etc., be
increased. Printed, i p., in “Journal of the House of Rep-
resentatives of the United States, being the ist session of
the ad Congress, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia,
October 24, 1791." 8°. Washington, 1826, p. 524. (3)

H. R. report (W: W. Ellsworth)

TWENTY-FIRST CONGRESS, SECOND SESSION
1830 (December 17).-Report, by Mr. Ellsworth, from
the Committee on the Judiciary, to which was referred a bill
(H. R. bill, 21st Cong., ist sess., no. 145) to amend and
consolidate the acts respecting copy-rights. Printed, 2 pp.,
in “Reports of committees of the House of Representatives,
at the 2d session of the 21st Congress, begun and held at
the city of Washington, December 6, 1830." 8°. Wash-
ington, 1831, no. 3.

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