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those States designating one representative and an alternate: Argentina, Brazil, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Spain, Switzerland, United King. dom, and United States of America.

2. The Committee shall be constituted as soon as the Convention comes into force in accordance with article XI of this Convention;

3. The Committee shall elect its Chairman and one Vice-Chairman. It shall establish its rules of procedure having regard to the following principles:

(a) the normal duration of the term of office of the representatives shall be six years; with one third retir. ing every two years;

(b) before the expiration of the term of office of any members, the Committee shall decide which States shall cease to be represented on it and which States shall be called upon to designate representatives; the representatives of those States which have not ratified, accepted or acceded shall be the first to retire;

(c) the different parts of the world shall be fairly represented;

and expresses the wish that the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization provide its Secretariat.

In faith whereof the undersigned, having deposited their respective full powers, have signed this Convention. Done at Geneva, this sixth day of September, 1952 in a single copy. Protocol 1 annexed to the Universal Copyright Con.

vention concerning the application of that Convention to the works of stateless persons and refugees

The States parties hereto, being also parties to the Universal Copyright Convention (hereinafter referred to as the “Convention”) have accepted the following provisions:

1. Stateless persons and refugees who have their ha. bitual residence in a State party to this Protocol shall, for the purposes of the Convention, be assimilated to the nationals of that State.

2. (a) This Protocol shall be signed and shall be subject to ratification or acceptance, or may be acceded to, as if the provisions of article VIII of the Convention applied he to.

(b) This Protocol shall enter into force in respect of each State, on the date of deposit of the instrument of ratification, acceptance or accession of the State concerned or on the date of entry into force of the Convention with respect to such State, whichever is the later.

In faith whereof the undersigned, being duly authorized thereto, have signed this Protocol.

Done at Geneva this sixth day of September, 1952, in the English, French and Spanish languages, the three texts being equally authoritative, in a single copy which shall be deposited with the Director-General of Unesco. The Director-General shall send certified copies to the signatory States, to the Swiss Federal Council and to the Secretary-General of the United Nations for registration. Protocol 2 annexed to the Universal Copyright Con

vention, concerning the application of that Convention to the works of certain international organizations

The State parties hereto, being also parties to the Universal Copyright Convention (hereinafter referred to as the “Convention"),

Have accepted the following provisions:

1. (a) The protection provided for in article II (1) of the Convention shall apply to works published for the first time by the United Nations, by the Specialized Agencies in relationship therewith, or by the Organic sation of American States;

(b) Similarly, article II (2) of the Convention shall apply to the said organisation or agencies.

2. (a) This Protocol shall be signed and shall be subject to ratification or acceptance, or may be acceded to, as if the provisions of article VIII of the Convention applied hereto.

(b) This Protocol shall enter into force for each State on the date of deposit of the instrument of ratification, acceptance or accession of the State concerned or on the date of entry into force of the Convention with respect to such State, whichever is the later.

In faith whereof the undersigned, being duly authorized thereto, have signed this Protocol.

Done at Geneva, this sixth day of September, 1952, in the English, French and Spanish languages, the three texts being equally authoritative, in a single copy which shall be deposited with the Director-General of the Unesco.

The Director-General shall send certificated copies to the signatory States, to the Swiss Federal Council, and to the Secretary-General of the United Nations for registration. Protocol 3 annexed to the Universal Copyright Con

vention concerning the effective date of instruments of ratification or acceptance of or accession to that

Convention
States parties hereto,

Recognizing that the application of the Universal Copyright Convention (hereinafter referred to as the “Convention") to States participating in all the international copyright systems already in force will contribute greatly to the value of the Convention;

Have agreed as follows:

1. Any State party hereto may, on depositing its instrument of ratification or acceptance of or accession to the Convention, notify the Director-General of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (hereinafter referred to as “DirectorGeneral") that that instrument shall not take effect for the purposes of Article IX of the Convention until any other State named in such notification shall have deposited its instrument.

2. The notification referred to in paragraph 1 above shall accompany the instrument to which it relates.

3. The Director-General shall inform all States sig. natory or which have then acceded to the Convention of any notifications received in accordance with this Protocol.

4. This Protocol shall bear the same date and shall remain open for signature for the same period as the Convention.

5. It shall be subject to ratification or acceptance by the signatory States. Any State which has not signed this Protocol may accede thereto.

6. (a) Ratification or acceptance or accession shall be effected by the deposit of an instrument to that effect with the Director-General.

(b) This Protocol shall enter into force on the date of deposit of not less than four instruments of ratification or acceptance or accession. The Director-General shall inform all interested States of this date. Instruments deposited after such date shall take effect on the date of their deposit.

In faith whereof the undersigned, being duly authorized thereto, have signed this Protocol.

Done at Geneva, the sixth day of September 1952, in the English, French and the Spanish languages, the three texts being equally authoritative, in a single copy which shall be annexed to the original copy of the Convention. The Director-General shall send certified copies to the signatory States to the Swiss Federal Council, and to the Secretary-General of United Nations for registration.

PARTICULAR PROCLAMATIONS, TREATIES AND CONVEN

TIONS ESTABLISHING COPYRIGHT RELATIONS BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND OTHER COUNTRIES

The following is based on Treaties in Force, as of January 1, 1989, published by the Department of State:

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under the Act of December 18, 1919, for compliance with the conditions and formalities prescribed by the United States

copyright law. Proclamation specifically including provi.

sions similar to those contained in both

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under the Act of September 25, 1941, for compliance with the conditions and formalities prescribed by the United States

copyright law. Proclamation specifically issued for the pur

pose of terminating a proclamation issued under the Act of September 25, 1941.

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By virtue of Presidential proclamations, treaties, and conventions, the United States has established copyright relations with various other countries. This appendix is an attempt to present a complete and annotated list of those countries. Treaties and conventions on the subject of copyright relations are also included in the preceding pages under appropriate country or subject headings.

Proclamations by the President of the United States extending copyright protection upon compliance with the provisions of the United States copyright law, to the works of foreign authors prior to July 1, 1909, were issued pursuant to the Act of March 3, 1891 (26 Stat. 1106) and those issued subsequent to July 1, 1909, were issued under the provisions of the Act of March 4, 1909 (35 Stat. 1075), as amended by the Act of December 18, 1919 (41 Stat. 368) and the Act of September 25, 1941 (55 Stat. 732). The Act of March 4, 1909, as amended, became Title 17 of the United States Code when it was codified and enacted into positive law by the Act of July 30, 1947 (61 Stat. 652). Title 17 of the U.S. Code was amended in its entirety by the Act of October 19, 1976 (90 Stat. 2541; Public Law 94-553), which took full effect January 1, 1978. A number of the proclamations were preceded or accompanied by exchanges of diplomatic notes which served as the basis for their issuance. Such exchanges of notes, if printed in the official pamphlet series, may be included in the preceding pages under appropriate country and subject heading.

The period for compliance with the conditions and formalities prescribed by the copyright law was extended by proclamation with respect to certain works in the case of a number of countries because of the disruption or suspension of facilities essential for such compliance during World War I and World War II. In the case of World War I, this period for compliance was extended by proclamations issued under the Act of December 18, 1919 (41 Stat. 368) to fifteen months after the proclamation, as to works published after August 1, 1914, and before the proclamation of peace. In the case of World War II, this period was extended by proclamations issued under the Act of September 25, 1941 (55 Stat. 732) until such time as terminated or suspended, either by the terms of the proclamation itself or by the issuance of a subsequent proclamation. A number of the proclamations issued under the 1919 Act and all of the proclamations issued under the 1941 Act refer to rights previously granted.

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erary and artistic copyright between the United States and other American Republics, signed at the Fourth International Conference of American States at Buenos Aires August 11, 1910. U.S. ratification deposited on May 1, 1911. Convention proclaimed by the President of the United

States on July 13, 1914. Mexico City Convention. Convention on lit

erary and artistic copyrights signed at the Second International Conference of American States at Mexico City, January 27, 1902, effective June 30, 1908, to which the United States became a party, effective on that same date. As regards copyright relations with the United States, this convention is considered to have been superseded by adherence of the foreign country and the United States to the Buenos Aires Con

vention of August 11, 1910. Universal Copyright Convention. Done at

Geneva September 6, 1952. Came into force on September 16, 1955. United States became a party, effective on that same

date. Universal Copyright Convention, revised.

Done at Paris July 24, 1971. Came into force on July 10, 1974. United States became a party, effective on that same

date. Bilateral convention. Bilateral convention including provisions

covering mechanical reproduction rights

for musical work. Treaty relating in part to copyright. Convention for the Protection of Producers

of Phonograms Against Unauthorized Duplication of Their Phonograms. Done at Geneva October 29, 1971. Entered into force with respect to the United States on

March 10, 1974. Convention Relating to the Distribution of

Programme-Carrying Signals Transmitted by Satellite. Done at Brussels May 21, 1974. Entered into force with respect to the United States on March 7, 1985.

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25 UST 1341.
6 UST 2731.
49 Stat. 3413.
38 Stat. 1785.
6 UST 2731.
25 UST 309.

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AND OTHER COUNTRIES-Continued

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Mar. 15, 1918 Dec. 29, 1949 May 1, 1969 Feb. 28, 1978 June 22, 1974 Sept. 20, 1907 July 1, 1909 May 25, 1922 Aug. 1, 1920 June 15, 1960 July 2, 1957 Aug. 14, 1982 Aug. 21, 1982 Aug. 6, 1982 July 10, 1973 Dec. 27, 1976 Aug. 5, 1975 Aug. 5, 1975 June 18, 1983 June 18, 1983 July 29, 1983 July 1, 1891 July 1, 1909 July 1, 1909 Aug. 31, 1960 Dec. 1, 1982 May 15, 1914 Aug. 31, 1915 Apr. 2, 1957 Jan. 13, 1960 Dec. 11, 1975 Nov. 28, 1975 June 7, 1975 June 7, 1975 Jan. 30, 1988 Sept. 16, 1955 May 1, 1973 July 10, 1974 Jan. 1, 1924 Aug. 10, 1962 May 25, 1896 July 1, 1909 July 1, 1925 June 14, 1955 Sept. 16, 1955 Mar. 24, 1977 Jan. 13, 1904 Nov. 30, 1948 Dec. 23, 1936 June 18, 1976 June 18, 1976 Oct. 19, 1899 July 1, 1909 June 30, 1908 Nov. 30, 1916 Sept. 16, 1955 Mar. 7, 1980 June 17, 1982 Nov. 17, 1903 July 1, 1909 May 29, 1911 June 18, 1957 Mar. 1, 1927 Jan. 6, 1960 Apr. 17, 1980 Jan. 15, 1985 Apr. 7, 1934 May 8, 1893 July 1, 1909 Dec. 9, 1920 Feb. 4, 1952 Feb. 9, 1962 July 11, 1979 Mar. 24, 1977 June 30, 1908 Oct. 31, 1912 May 8, 1983 May 8, 1983 Aug. 31, 1914 June 5, 1957 Sept. 14, 1974 Apr. 23, 1978 June 30, 1908 Mar. 29, 1979 Mar. 29, 1979 Feb. 9, 1979 Oct. 10, 1970 Apr. 18, 1973 Jan. 1, 1929 Nov. 16, 1951 Apr. 16, 1963 Nov. 1, 1986 Apr. 18, 1973

Reference

40 Stat. 1764.
64 Stat. A385.
6 UST 2731.
25 UST 1341.
25 UST 309.
35 Stat. 2155.
36 Stat. 2685.
42 Stat. 2273.
44 Stat. 2571.
74 Stat. C69.
6 UST 2731.
25 UST 1341.
25 UST 309.
T. Doc. 98-31.
6 UST 2731.
25 UST 1341.
6 UST 2731.
25 UST 1341.
6 UST 2731.
25 UST 1341.
25 UST 309.
27 Stat. 981.
36 Stat. 2685.
37 Stat. 1688.
6 UST 2731.
6 UST 2731.
38 Stat. 1785.
38 Stat. 1785.
8 UST 424.
6 UST 2731.
25 UST 1341.
25 UST 309.
6 UST 2731.
25 UST 1341.
25 UST 309.
6 UST 2731.
6 UST 2731.
25 UST 1341.
43 Stat. 1932.
6 UST 2731.
29 Stat. 880.
36 Stat. 2685.
44 Stat. 2590.
38 Stat. 1785.
6 UST 2731.
25 UST 309.
33 Stat. 2208.
63 Stat. 1299.
38 Stat. 1785.
6 UST 2731.
25 UST 1341.
31 Stat. 1955.
36 Stat. 2685.
35 Stat. 1934.
38 Stat. 1785.
6 UST 2731.
25 UST 1341.
25 UST 309.
33 Stat. 2324.
36 Stat. 2685.
37 Stat. 1721.
6 UST 2731.
45 Stat. 2906.
6 UST 2731.
25 UST 1341.
25 UST 309.
48 Stat. 1737.
28 Stat. 1219.
36 Stat. 2685.
41 Stat. 1810.
66 Stat. C20.
6 UST 2731.
25 UST 1341.
25 UST 309.
35 Stat. 1934.
38 Stat. 1785.
6 UST 2731.
25 UST 1341.
38 Stat. 1785.
6 UST 2731.
25 UST 309.
25 UST 309.
35 Stat. 1934.
6 UST 2731.
25 UST 1341.
25 UST 309.
6 UST 2731.
25 UST 309.
45 Stat. 2980.
66 Stat. C5.
6 UST 2731.
25 UST 1341.
25 UST 309.

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AND OTHER COUNTRIES-Continued

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July 1, 1891 July 1, 1909 May 24, 1918 Mar. 27, 1947 Dec. 29, 1950 Jan. 14, 1956 July 10, 1974 Apr. 18, 1973 Oct. 5, 1973 Dec. 10, 1980 Apr. 15, 1892 July 1, 1909 Dec. 8, 1910 May 25, 1922 July 12, 1967 Sept. 16, 1955 July 10, 1974 May 18, 1974 Aug. 25, 1979 Aug. 22, 1962 Mar. 1, 1932 Aug. 24, 1963 June 30, 1908 Mar. 28, 1913 Oct. 28, 1964 Feb. 1, 1977 Nov. 13, 1981 Nov. 13, 1981 Nov. 27, 1919 Sept. 16, 1955 Oct. 5, 1955 May 6, 1980 July 18, 1977 June 30, 1908 Apr. 27, 1914 Oct. 16, 1912 June 3, 1922 Sept. 15, 1947 Jan. 23, 1971 July 10, 1974 May 28, 1975 Dec. 18, 1956 Aug. 15, 1947 Jan. 21, 1958 Feb. 12, 1975 Oct. 1, 1929 Jan. 20, 1959 May 15, 1948 Sept. 16, 1955 May 1, 1978 Oct. 31, 1892 July 1, 1909 May 1, 1915 June 3, 1922 Sept. 15, 1947 Dec. 12, 1951 Jan. 24, 1957 Jan. 25, 1980 Mar. 24, 1977 July 7, 1981 May 10, 1906 Aug. 6, 1908 Apr. 28, 1952 Apr. 28, 1952 Apr. 28, 1956 Oct. 21, 1977 Oct. 14, 1978 Sept. 7, 1966 July 10, 1974 Apr. 21, 1976 Aug. 25, 1979 Aug. 6, 1908 Oct. 1, 1987 Oct. 1, 1987 Oct. 10, 1987 Sept. 16, 1955 Oct. 17, 1959 July 27, 1956 Jan. 22, 1959 June 29, 1910 June 29, 1910 Oct. 15, 1955 Mar. 8, 1976 Oct. 26, 1965 Nov. 19, 1968 Mar. 12, 1968 Feb. 27, 1896 July 1, 1909 Apr. 24, 1964 May 12, 1957 Oct. 31, 1975 Dec. 21, 1973 Aug. 25, 1979 Oct. 15, 1952 Sept. 16, 1955 Dec. 13, 1974 Dec. 2, 1974

Reference

27 Stat. 981. 36 Stat. 2685. 40 Stat. 1784. 61 Stat. 1057. 64 Stat. A413. 6 UST 2731. 25 UST 1341. 25 UST 309. 6 UST 2731. 25 UST 1341. 27 Stat. 1021. 36 Stat. 2685. 36 Stat. 2761. 42 Stat. 2271. 18 UST 2369. 6 UST 2731. 25 UST 1341. 25 UST 309. T. Doc. 98-31. 6 UST 2731. 47 Stat. 2502. 6 UST 2731. 35 Stat. 1934. 38 Stat. 1785. 6 UST 2731. 25 UST 309. 6 UST 2731. 25 UST 1341. 38 Stat. 1785. 6 UST 2731. 6 UST 2731. 25 UST 1341. 25 UST 309. 35 Stat. 1934. 38 Stat. 1785. 37 Stat. 1631. 42 Stat. 2277. 61 Stat. 2065. 6 UST 2731. 25 UST 1341. 25 UST 309. 6 UST 2731. 5 UST 2529. 6 UST 2731. 25 UST 309. 46 Stat. 3005. 6 UST 2731. 64 Stat. A402. 6 UST 2731. 25 UST 309. 27 Stat. 1043. 36 Stat. 2685. 39 Stat. 1725. 42 Stat. 2276. 61 Stat. 1245. 66 Stat. C13. 6 UST 2731. 25 UST 1341. 25 UST 309. T. Doc. 98-31. 34 Stat. 2890. 35 Stat. 2044. 3 UST 3169. 5 UST 118. 6 UST 2731. 25 UST 1341. 25 UST 309. 6 UST 2731. 25 UST 1341. 25 UST 309. T. Doc. 98-31. 35 Stat. 2041. 6 UST 2731. 25 UST 1341. 25 UST 309. 6 UST 2731. 6 UST 2731. 6 UST 2731. 6 UST 2731. 36 Stat. 2716. 37 Stat. 1689. 6 UST 2731. 25 UST 309. 6 UST 2731. 6 UST 2731. 6 UST 2731. 29 Stat. 877. 36 Stat. 2685. 38 Stat. 1785. 6 UST 2731. 25 UST 1341. 25 UST 309. T. Doc. 98-31. 67 Stat. C16. 6 UST 2731. 25 UST 1341. 25 UST 309.

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