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SUBCOMMITTEE OF THE
UNITED STATES SENATE
Executive E, 73d Congress
THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION OF THE
SIGNED AT ROME ON JUNE 2, 1928
APRIL 15 AND 17, 1941
Printed for the use of the Committee on Foreign Relations
COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS
WALTER F. GEORGE, Georgia, Chairman PAT HARRISON, Mississippi
HIRAM W. JOHNSON, California ROBERT F. WAGNER, New York
ARTHUR CAPPER, Kansas TOM CONNALLY, Texas
ROBERT M. LA FOLLETTE, JR., Wisconsin ELBERT D. THOMAS, Utah
ARTHUR H. VANDENBERG, Michigan FREDERICK VAN NUYS, Indiana
WALLACE H. WHITE, JR., Maine JAMES E. MURRAY, Montana
HENRIK SHIPSTEAD, Minnesota
GERALD P. NYE, North Dakota
CHRISTIE B. KENNEDY, Clerk
Brylawski, Fulton, attorney at law, Washington, D. C.---
right of the National Committee of the United States on Interna-
Trueblood, Edward G., Assistant Chief, Division of Cultural Rela-
Bunker, Frank F., Christian Science Committee on Publication for
Futrelle, May, national chairman of copyright, National League of
Ladas, Stephen P., author, Washington, D. C.
copyright of the National Committee of the United States on
Pierce, Marvin, chairman, National Publishers' Association, New
ing Trades Association, Indianapolis, Ind...
Tiffany, J. Raymond, Book Manufacturers’ Institute, Inc., New
York, N. Y.
of copyright, American Council of Learned Societies, Washington,
INTERNATIONAL COPYRIGHT CONVENTION
TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 1941
SUBCOMMITTEE OF THE
UNITED STATES SENATE,
Washington, D. C. The subcommittee met, pursuant to call, at 10 a. m., in the committee room, Capitol Building, Senator Elbert D. Thomas (chairman) presiding.
Present, Senators Thomas (chairman), Murray, Johnson of California, and Capper.
Present also: Representative Sol Bloom, of New York; Hon. Breckenridge Long Assistant Secretary of State; Dr. Wallace McClure, Edward G. Trueblood, James A. White, representing the State Department; Hon. Archibald MacLeish, Librarian of Congress; Francis Gilbert, representing G. Schirmer, Inc.; Fulton Brylawski and Edwin P. Kilroe, representing the motion-picture producers; John E. Lockwood, of the Office of Coordination of Commercial and Cultural Relations Between the American Republics; Col. C. L. Bouvé, Register of Copyrights; Thorvald Solberg, former Register of Copyrights; Waldo G. Leland and Dr. Edith E. Ware, representing the Committee for the Study of Copyright of the National Committee of the United States on International Intellectual Cooperation; Stephen P. Ladas; A. J. Brylawski, representing the Theatre Owners of America; Woodruff Randolph, secretary-treasurer of the International Allied Printing Trades Association; Sidney M. Haye, representing the National Association of Broadcasters; Frederich G. Melcher, chairman of the Copyright Committee of the Book Publishers Bureau, Inc.
Senator THOMAS of Utah. I will ask the reporter to insert in its proper place the treaty, with the letters of transmittal from the President of the United States and the Secretary of State, together with a copy of the last report of the subcommittee to the Senate recommending the ratification of the convention.
(The matters referred to are as follows:)