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CONTENTS

NATURE AND DEVELOPMENT OF COPYRIGHT

PART II

LITERARY AND GENERAL COPYRIGHT

V. SCOPE OF COPYRIGHT: RIGHTS AND EXTENT

42-62

General scope, 42 & American provisions, 42 - Oral addresses, 42 — Dramas,

42 — Music, 43 — Previous American law, 43 — Unpublished works, 43

Common law scope, 44 - Common law in U. S. practice, 44 — Statutory limita-

tions, 44 — General rights, 45 Inferential rights, 46 — Differentiated rights,

46 Court protection, 46 — Division of rights, 46 — Analysis of property rights,

47 — Broad interpretation, 48 — Limits of protection, 48 — Differentiated con-

tracts, 48 — Enforcement in limited grants, 49 Copyright as monopoly, 50

Altered theory of copyright, 52 — Publishing, 52-What constitutes publishing,

53 — “Privately printed” works, 53 – Copying, 53 – Vending, 54 Control

of sale, 54 - Macy cases, 55

Bobbs-Merrill case, 56 - Scribner case, 56 -

English underselling case, 57 — Suits under state law, 57 Translating, 58

"Other version,” 58 — Translating term, 58 — Oral delivery, 59 — "Publicly

and for profit," 59 — Material and immaterial property, 60 — Schemes not copy-

rightable, 61 -- New British code, 61 — Foreign statutes, 62 — International pro-

visions, 62.

VI. SUBJECT-MATTER OF COPYRIGHT: WHAT MAY BE COPYRIGHTED . . 63–94

Subject-matter in general, 63 — Classification, 63 — Prints and labels excluded,

64 — All the writings of an author, 64 - Component parts, 64 — Compilations,

new editions, etc., 64 — Non-copyrightable works, 65 — Government use, 65 –

“Author" and "writing" definitions, 66 — Interpretation by Congress and

courts, 66 — Supreme Court decisions, 67 - Originality and merit, 68 — “Book"

definitions, 68 — Blank books, 72 Combinations and arrangements, 73

Advertisements, 73 — New editions, 75 - Copyright comprehensive, 76-

Non-copyrightable parts excepted, 76 – Book illustrations, 77 — Translations

77 Translator's rights, 78 — English practice, 79 Translations in interna-

tional relations, 79 — Foreign translators, 79 — Abridgments, 80 — Compila-

tions, 81 -- Collections, 81 – Titles, 82 — Changed titles, 82 · Titles as trade-

marks, 83 — “Chatterbox" cases, 84 — Projected titles, 85 - Projected works

not copyrightable, 86 — Immoral works, 86 — Periodicals, 87 - Definition of

periodicals, 87 — Periodicals under manufacturing clause, 88 — Periodicals

copyrightable by numbers, 88 — News, 89 — British periodicals, 90 - Oral works,

90 — Newspaper reports, 91 — Lectures in England, 91 — Letters, 91 Designs

patentable, 93 — Foreign practice, 94 International definition, 94.

VII. OWNERSHIP OF COPYRIGHT: WHỌ MAY SECURE COPYRIGHT . 95-113

Persons named, 95 — The author primarily, 95 — Claimant's right to register,

96 — Employer as author, 97 — Implied ownership, 98 — Protection outside of

copyright, 98 — Work in cyclopædias, 99 – Association of author's name, 100

- Added material and alteration, 100 - Separate registration of contributions,

100 — Anonymous works, 101 — Joint authorship, 101 – Corporate bodies, 102

- Posthumous works, 102 — Peary cases, 102 — Renewal rights, 104 — Assign-

ments, 104 Assignment record, 105 Substitution of name, 105 — Witnesses,

106 — "Outrights” and renewal, 106 — Proof of proprietorship, 107 — Foreign

citizens, 107 — Earlier provisions, 108 - Residence, 108 — Intending citizens,

109 — Time of first publication, 109 — Non-qualified authors, 110 — Foreign

ownership, III -- "Proclaimed” countries, III Buenos Aires convention, 113

New British code, 113 — Foreign practice, 113.

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