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FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS, FIRST SESSION Senate report 1890 (January 21).-Mr. Platt, from the Committee on (O. H. Platt, 1890)

Patents, submitted the following report: to accompany bills S. 232 and S. 222 [i. e. 2221]. Printed, i p., in "Reports of committees of the Senate of the United States for the ist session of the 51st Congress. 1889-'90." Vol. 1, 8°. Washington, 1890, no. 142.

(23) H. R. report 1890 (February 6).–Trade-marks and copyrights. Mr. (W:E.Simonds, Feb. 6, 1890)

Simonds, from the Committee on Patents, submitted the following report: to accompany bill H. R. 3812. Printed, 4 pp., in “The Reports of committees of the House of Representatives, for the ist session of the 51st Congress. 1889-'90." Vol. 1, 8°. Washington, 1891, no. 27. (24)

1890 (February 15).-Amendment of Revised Statutes of (G: E. Adams)

the United States relating to copyrights. Mr. Adams, from the Committee on the Judiciary, submitted the following report: to accompany bill H. R. 6941. Printed, 5 pp., in “The Reports of committees of the House of Representatives for the ist session of the 51st Congress. 1889-'90." Vol. 1, 8o. Washington, 1891, no. 65.

(25) 1890 (February 18). —Amendment of Revised Statutes. (W: E.Simonds, Feb. 18, 1890)

Mr. Simonds, from the Committee on Patents, submitted the following report: to accompany bill H. R. 7213. Printed, i p., in “The Reports of committees of the House of Representatives for the ist session of the 51st Congress.

1889-'90." Vol. 2, 8°. Washington, 1891, no. 290. (26) H. R. report

1890 (June 10).-International copyright. Mr. Simonds, (W:E.Simonds, from the Committee on Patents, submitted the following June 10, 1890)

report: to accompany H. R. 10881. Printed, 25 pp., in The Reports of committees of the House of Representatives for the ist session of the 51st Congress. 1889-'90." Vol. 7, 8°. Washington, 1891, no. 2401.

(27) FIFTY-THIRD CONGRESS, SECOND SESSION H. R. report

1894 (June 29).-Amending copyright law. Mr. Covert, (J. W. Covert, 1894)

from the Committee on Patents, submitted the following report: to accompany H. R. 6835. Printed, 3 pp., in “The Reports of committees of the House of Representatives for the 2d session of the 53d Congress. 1893-'94." Vol. 4,8°. Washington, 1894, no. 1191.

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H. R. report

1894 (August 23). —To amend an act relating to copy. H. R. report rights. Mr. Hicks, from the Committee on Patents, sub-9. D. Hicks,

1894) mitted the following report: to accompany H. R. 7853. Printed, 2 pp., in “The Reports of committees of the House of Representatives for the 2d session of the 53d Congress. 1893-'94." Vol. 4, 8o. Washington, 1894, no. 1471. (29)

FIFTY-THIRD CONGRESS, THIRD SESSION 1895 (January 31).-Amending copyright law. Mr. H. R. report Covert, from the Committee on Patents, submitted the fol-...W. Covert,

1895) lowing report: to accompany H. R. 8407. Printed, 2 pp., in “ The Reports of committees of the House of Representatives for the 3d session of the 53d Congress, 1894-'95." Vol. 1, 8°. Washington, 1895, no. 1733.

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FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS, FIRST SESSION

1896 (March 12).—Copyright law. Mr. Draper, from the H. R. report

(W: F. Draper, Committee on Patents, submitted the following report: to

Mar. 12, 1896) accompany H. R. 1978. Printed, 2 pp., in [Reports of committees of the House of Representatives for the ist session of the 54th Congress. 1895-'96." Vol. 3,8°. Washington, 1896], no. 741.

(31) FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS, SECOND SESSION 1896 (December 7).-Copyright law. Mr. Draper, from H. R. report the Committee on Patents, submitted the following report: Dec. 7, 1896)

(W: F. Draper, to accompany S. 2306. Printed, 2 pp., in [Reports of committees of the House of Representatives for the 2d session of the 54th Congress. 1896-'97." Vol. 1, 8°. Washington, 1897], no. 2290.

(32) 1897 (February 5).-Amending copyright law. Mr. H. R. report Draper, from the Committee on Patents, submitted the (W: F. Draper,

Feb. 5, 1897) following report: to accompany H. R. 10223. Printed, i p., in [“ Reports of committees of the House of Representatives for the 2d session of the 54th Congress. 1896-'97." Vol. 3, 8o. Washington, 1887), no. 2813.

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FIFTY-FIFTH CONGRESS, SECOND SESSION

1897 (December 16).-Judson Jones. Mr. Hicks, from H. R. report

(J. D. Hicks, the Committee on Patents, submitted the following report:

1897) to accompany H. R. 4847. Printed, 2 pp., in [“ Reports of

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committees of the House of Representatives for the ad session of the 55th Congress. 1897-'98." Vol. I, 8o. Washington, 1898), no. 62.

(34) Senate report 1898 (February 2).-Judson Jones. Mr. Platt, of Con(O. H. Platt, 1898)

necticut, from the Committee on Patents, submitted the following report: to accompany H. R. 4847. Printed, 2 pp., in [“ Reports of committees of the Senate of the United States for the 2d session of the 55th Congress. 1897-'98." Vol. 1, 8o. Washington, 1898), no. 534.

(35) H. R. report 1898 (March 10).-Patents, trade-marks, etc. Mr. Hicks, (J. D. Hicks, Mar. 10, 1898)

from the Committee on Patents, submitted the following report: to accompany H. R. 8620. Printed, 3 pp., in [“Reports of committees of the House of Representatives for the 2d session of the 55th Congress. 1897-'98.” Vol. 3, 8°. Washington, 1898], no. 691.

(36) H. R. report 1898 (May 11).-Amending Revised Statutes relating to (J. D. Hicks, May 11, 1898) copyrights. Mr. Hicks, from the Committee on Patents,

submitted the following report: to accompany H. R. 7015. Printed, 5 pp., in [“Reports of committees of the House of Representatives for the 2d session of the 55th Congress. 1897-'98." Vol. 5,8°. Washington, 1898), no. 1289. (37)

FIFTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS, SECOND SESSION H. R. report 1903 (February 26).—Misuse of the copyright privilege (J. D. Heatwole)

of the United States, etc. Mr. Heatwole, from the Committee on Printing, submitted the following report: to accompany H. R. 17551. Printed, i p., in [“Reports of committees of the House of Representatives for the ad session of the 57th Congress. 1902-'03." Vol. 3, 8°. Washington, 1903], no. 3892.

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FIFTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS, SECOND SESSION Senate report 1903 (December 17).—Protection to exhibitors at the (L.E.McComas)

Louisiana Purchase Exposition. Mr. McComas, from the Committee on Patents, submitted the following report: to accompany S. 2022. Printed, 2 pp., in [“Reports of committees of the Senate of the United States for the 2d session of the 58th Congress." 8° Washington, 1904), no. 142.

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1903 (December 17).- Protection to exhibitors at the (W: Sulzer)

Louisiana Purchase Exposition. Mr. Sulzer, from the

Committee on Patents, submitted the following report: to accompany H. R. 5059. Printed, 2 pp., in [“Reports of committees of the House of Representatives for the ad session of the 58th Congress." 8° Washington, 1904), no. 12.

(40) 1904 (January 8).-Amending chapter 4952, Revised Senate report

(M. E. Clapp) Statutes. Mr. Clapp, from the Committee on Patents, submitted the following report: to accompany S. 2229. Printed, I p., in [' Reports of committees of the Senate of the United States for the 2d session of the 58th Congress.” 8°. Washington, 1904), no. 188.

(41) Nore.-For text of this report see p. 13. 1904 (March 1).- Amending section 4952 of the Revised H. R. report

(F. D. Currier) Statutes. Mr. Currier, from the Committee on Patents, submitted the following report: to accompany H. R. 6487. Printed, 3 pp., in [“ Reports of committees of the House of Representatives for the 2d session of the 58th Congress.” 8°. Washington, 1904], no. 1287.

(42) NOTE.--For text of this report see pp. 15-18, and for the text of Senate report, no. 3380, on same bill, submitted January 27, 1905, see p. 386. 1904 (April 26).—Amendment of copyright law.

H. R. Report

(N. P. Otis) Otis, from the Committee on Patents, submitted the following report: to accompany H. R. 13355. Printed, 2 pp., in [“ Reports of committees of the House of Representatives for the 2d session of the 58th Congress.” 8°. Washington, 1904), no. 2857

(43) Note.–For text of this report see pp. 24-26.

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III. RESOLUTIONS

FORTY-SECOND CONGRESS, SECOND SESSION 1872 (February 12).-International copyright. Resolu- H. R. resolu

tion (W.D. Keltion relating to international copyright. Presented by Mr. ley) Kelley. Referred to the Joint Committee on the Library and ordered to be printed, i p., in “ The Miscellaneous documents printed by order of the House of Representatives during the 2d session of the 42d Congress." Vol. 2, 8°. Washington, 1872, doc. no. 80.

(1) FIFTY-THIRD CONGRESS, SECOND SESSION 1894 (January 22).—Joint resolution for the purpose of Senate resolu

tion (J. McMilinsuring the security and the utilization of duplicate copy-lan)

righted books in the Congressional Library. Presented by Mr. McMillan. Senate resolution, no. 52. Printed, I p.

(2) Senate resolu

1894 (May 22).-Joint resolution for the purpose of insurtion (G: Gray)

ing the security and the utilization of duplicated copyrighted books in the Congressional Library. Presented by Mr. Gray. Senate resolution, no. 88. Printed, i p., 4°. (3)

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IV. LAWS

(a) Public Laws

FIRST CONGRESS, SECOND SESSION

Original copy 1790 (May 31).–An Act for the encouragement of learnright act

ing, by securing the copies of maps, charts, and books to the authors and proprietors of such copies, during the times therein mentioned. (Approved May 31, 1790. ist Cong., 2d sess., chap. 15.) In The Public statutes at large of the United States of America, from the organization of the government in 1789 to March 3, 1845. Edited by Richard Peters." Vol. 1, 8o. Boston, 1845, pp. 124-126. In "Copyright enactments, 1783-1900.” 8°. Washington, 1900. (Copyright Office Bulletin, No. 3), pp. 30–32. In Curtis (G: Ticknor). A Treatise on the law of copyright. 8° Boston, C: C. Little & J. Brown, 1847, Appendix, pp. 85-88. See Bibliography, I. Bills, no. 3; Chronological Record, pp. 119-123.

(1) Original copyright act. Repealed by section 14 of the act of February 3, 1831.

SEVENTH CONGRESS, FIRST SESSION

Copyright of 1802 (April 29).--An Act supplementary to an act, intiprints

tuled "An act for the encouragement of learning, by securing the copies of maps, charts, and books to the authors and proprietors of such copies during the time therein mentioned,” and extending the benefits thereof to the arts of designing, engraving, and etching historical and other prints. (Approved April 29, 1802. 7th Cong., ist sess., chap. 36.) In “The Public statutes at large of the United States of America, from the organization of the government

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