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(b) Fee. The fee for recording and certifying an assignment is $2 for each copyright office record book page or fraction thereof over one-half page.

(c) Substitution of assignee's name. After the assignment has been duly recorded, the assignee may substitute his name for that of the assignor in the copyright notice on the work assigned. Such substitution or transfer of ownership will be indexed in this office upon request at a cost of 10 cents for each work assigned.*1 [Secs. 43-45, as amended May 17, 1938]

201.23 Notice of user of musical compositions. Whenever the owner of the copyright in a musical composition uses such music upon the parts of instruments serving to reproduce it mechanically himself or permits anyone else to do so, he must send a notice of such use by himself or by any other person to the Copyright Office to be recorded.

Whenever any person in the absence of a license intends to use a copyright musical composition upon the parts of instruments serving to reproduce the same mechanically, the Act requires that he shall serve notice of such intention upon the copyright proprietor and must also send a duplicate of such notice to the Copyright Office.** (Secs. 46-47]

201.24 Application for the renewal of subsisting copyrights(a) Renewal claimants. Application for the renewal of a subsisting copyright may be filed within 1 year prior to the expiration of the existing term by:

(1) The author of the work if still living;

(2) The widow, widower, or children of the author if the author is not living;

(3) The author's executor, if such author, widow, widower, or children be not living;

(4) If the author, widow, widower, and children are all dead, and the author left no will, then the next of kin.

(5) If the work be a posthumous work or a periodical, cyclopædic or other composite work upon which the copyright was originally secured by the proprietor thereof, or a work copyrighted by a corporate body (otherwise than as assignee or licensee of the individual author) or by an employer for whom such work was made for hire, then the proprietor of such copyright is entitled to the privilege of renewal.

(b) Fee. The fee for the recording of the renewal claim is $1. Application for the renewal or extension of copyright can not be recorded in the name of any person not expressly mentioned in section 23 of the Act (35 Stat. 1080; 17 U.S.C. 23).*+ [Secs. 48-50, as amended May 17, 1938]

201.25 Searches. Upon application to the Register of Copyrights search of the records, indexes, or deposits will be made for such information as they may contain relative to copyright claims. Persons desiring searches to be made should state clearly the nature of the work, its title, the name of the claimant of copyright and probable date of entry; in the case of an assignment, the name of the assignor

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**For statutory and source citations, see note to $201.1.

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or assignee, or both, and the name of the copyright claimant and the title of the music referred to in case of notice of user.

The statutory fee for the searches is $1 for each full hour of time consumed in making such search.** [Sec. 51, as amended May 17, 1938]

PART 202-PROCLAMATION COPYRIGHT RELATIONS

Sec.

Sec. 202. 1 Copyright protection to works 202. 4 Protection to foreign citizens of foreign citizens.

under treaty proclamation. 202. 2 Protection to parts of musical 202. 5 Protection to parts of musical instruments.

instruments under treaty proc202.3 Protection to foreign citizens

lamation. under Convention.

Section 202.1 Copyright protection to works of foreign citizens. The following proclamations extend copyright protection to works of authors who are citizens or subjects of the countries named:

Country

Date

Num-
ber

Statute

Argentina
Austria.
Austria
Belgium..
Belgium.
Chile...
Chile.
Costa Rica.
Costa Rica.
Cuba.--
Cuba.
Czechoslovakia,
Danzig (Free City of).
Denmark.
Denmark.
Finland.
France
France.
Germany -
Germany.
Great Britain & British possessions..
Great Britain and her possessions.
Greece..
Irish Free State.
Italy -
Italy
Luxemburg-
Mexico.
Mexico.
Netherlands and possessions -
Netherlands and possessions-
Norway--
Norway-
Palestine (excluding Trans-Jordan)

Aug. 23, 1934
Sept. 20, 1907
Apr.

9, 1910
July

1, 1891
Apr.

9, 1910
May 25, 1896
Apr. 9, 1910
Oct. 19, 1899
Apr. 9, 1910
Nov, 17, 1903
Apr. 9, 1910
Apr. 27, 1927
Apr. 7, 1934
May 8, 1893
Apr. 9, 1910
Dec. 15, 1928
July 1, 1891
Apr. 9, 1910
Apr. 15, 1892
Apr. 9, 1910
July 1, 1891
Apr. 9, 1910
Feb. 23, 1932
Sept. 28, 1929
Oct. 31, 1892
Apr. 9, 1910
June 29, 1910
Feb. 27, 1896
Apr. 9, 1910
Nov. 20, 1899
Apr. 9, 1910
July 1, 1905
Apr. 9, 1910
Sept. 29, 1933

2095

774 1021

307 1021

386 1021

439 1021

510 1021 1802 2079

356 1021 1859

307 1021

328 1021

307 1021 1990 1891

339 1021 1056

383 1021

443 1021

577 1021 2058

49 Stat. 3413. 35 Stat. 2155. 36 Stat. 2685. 27 Stat. 981. 36 Stat. 2685. 29 Stat. 880. 36 Stat. 2685. 31 Stat. 1955. 36 Stat. 2685. 33 Stat. 2324. 36 Stat. 2685. 45 Stat. 2906. 48 Stat. 1737. 28 Stat. 1219. 36 Stat. 2685. 45 Stat. 2980. 27 Stat. 981. 36 Stat. 2685. 27 Stat. 1021. 36 Stat. 2685, 27 Stat. 981. 36 Stat. 2685. 47 Stat. 2502. 46 Stat. 3005. 27 Stat, 1043. 36 Stat. 2685. 36 Stat. 2716. 29 Stat. 877. 36 Stat. 2685. 31 Stat, 1961. 36 Stat. 2685. 34 Stat. 3111. 36 Stat. 2685. 48 Stat. 1713.

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202.2 Protection to parts of musical instruments. The following proclamations include "copyright controlling the parts of instruments serving to reproduce mechanically the musical work” as provided in section 1 (e) of the Act of March 4, 1909 (35 Stat. 1075; 17 U.S.C. 1 (e)), in addition to the general copyright benefits extended to the countries listed above:

Date

Number

Statute

2095
1439

49 Stat. 3413.
40 Stat. 1764.

Argentina...

Aug. 23, 1934 Australia, and the territories of Papua | Apr. 3, 1918

and Norfolk Island. Austris..

Mar. 11, 1925 Belgium.

June 14, 1911 Canada,

Dec. 27, 1923 Chile.

Nov. 18, 1925 Cuba...

Nov. 27, 1911 Czechoslovakia..

Apr. 27, 1927 Danzig (Free City of).

Apr. 7, 1934 Denmark.

Dec. 9, 1920 Finland.

Dec. 15, 1928 France..

May 24, 1918 Germany.

Dec. 8, 1910 Great Britain.

Jan. 1, 1915 Greece..

Feb. 23, 1932 Irish Free State

Sept. 28, 1929 Italy.

May 1, 1915 Luxemburg

June 14, 1911 Netherlands

Feb. 26, 1923 New Zealand.

Feb. 9, 1917 Norway.

June 14, 1911 Palestine (excluding Trans-Jordan).

Sept. 29, 1933 Poland..

Feb. 14, 1927 Rumania.

May 14, 1928 Spain..

Oct. 10, 1934 Sweden.

Feb. 27, 1920 Switzerland.

Nov. 22, 1924 Union of South Africa..

June 26, 1924

1735 1135 1682 1754 1173 1802 2079 1582 1859 1452 1103 1289 1990 1891 1292 1136 1652 1355 1134 2058 1794 1836 2102 1557 1720 1702

44 Stat. 2571. 37 Stat. 1688. 43 Stat. 1932. 44 Stat. 2590. 37 Stat. 1721. 45 Stat. 2906. 48 Stat. 1737. 41 Stat. 1810. 45 Stat. 2980. 40 Stat. 1784. 36 Stat. 2761. 38 Stat. 2044. 47 Stat. 2502. 46 Stat. 3005. 39 Stat. 1725. 37 Stat. 1689. 42 Stat. 2297. 39 Stat. 1815. 37 Stat. 1687. 48 Stat. 1713. 44 Stat. 2634. 45 Stat. 2949. 49 Stat. 3420. 41 Stat. 1787 43 Stat. 1976. 43 Stat. 1957.

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202.3 Protection to foreign citizens under Convention. Under the Conventions proclaimed as follows protection may be claimed by citizens of the countries named:

Country

Date

Statute

Brazil
Colombia..
Costa Rica.
Costa Rica.
Dominican Republic..
Dominican Republic.
Ecuador...
Guatemala..
Guatemala..
Haiti.---
Honduras.
Honduras
Nicaragua.
Nicaragua
Panama.
Paraguay-
Peru.
Salvador.--
Uruguay
Uruguay

July 13, 1914 38 Stat. 1785.
July 13, 1914 38 Stat. 1785.
Apr. 9, 1908 35 Stat. 1934,
July 13, 1914 | 38 Stat. 1785.
Apr. 9, 1908 35 Stat. 1934.
July 13, 1914 38 Stat. 1785.
July 13, 1914 38 Stat. 1785.
Apr. 9, 1908 35 Stat. 1934.
July 13, 1914 38 Stat. 1785.
July 13, 1914 38 Stat. 1785.
Apr. 9, 1908 35 Stat. 1934.
July 13, 1914 38 Stat. 1785.
Apr. 9, 1908 | 35 Stat. 1934.
July 13, 1914 38 Stat. 1785.
July 13, 1914 38 Stat. 1785.
July 13, 1914 38 Stat. 1785.
July 13, 1914 38 Stat. 1785.
Apr. 9, 1908 35 Stat. 1934.
Apr. 9, 1908 35 Stat. 1934.
July 13, 1914 38 Stat. 1785.

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202.4 Protection to foreign citizens under treaty proclamation. The following treaty proclamations extend copyright protection to citizens of the countries named:

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202.5 Protection to parts of musical instruments under treaty proclamation. In the case of the following treaty proclamation protection includes also “copyright controlling the parts of instruments serving to reproduce mechanically the musical work" as provided in section 1 (e) of the Act of March 4, 1909 (35 Stat. 1075; 17 U.S.C. 1 (e)):

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Country

Date

Statute

Hungary

Oct. 15, 1912

37 Stat. 1631.

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TITLE 38—PENSIONS, BONUSES, AND

VETERANS' RELIEF

CHAPTER I-VETERANS ADMINISTRATION

Part
1 General provisions
2 Adjudication: veterans' claims
3 Adjudication : disallowance and

awards
4 Adjudication : veterans' claims, Cen-

tral Office Section 5 Adjudication : dependents' claims 10 Insurance

Part
15 Adjusted compensation
20 Guardianship and legal administra-

tion
21 Attorneys and agents; rules of prac-

tice; fees
25 Medical
30 Board of Veterans' Appeals
35 Veterans' regulations

CROSS REFERENCES

Adjusted service bonds of 1945: See Money and Finance: Treasury, 31 CFR

Part 313. American Battle Monuments Commission: See National Defense, 32 CFR

Chapter V.
Army regulations: See Army: War Department, 10 CFR Chapters I-IX.
Civil Service Commission: See Administrative Personnel, 5 CFR Chapter I.
Coast Guard, Department of the Treasury: See Navigation and Navigable

Waters, 33 CFR Chapter I.
Consular officers to act for Veterans' Administration: See Foreign Relations,

22 CFR 91.477. National Guard, War Department: See National Defense, 32 CFR Chapter II. Rediscount of notes secured by veterans' adjusted service certificates : See

Banks and Banking, 12 CFR Part 207.
Regulations of the Navy Department: See Navy, 34 CFR Chapter I.
Regulation of the Office of Indian Affairs providing that applicants for pension

or retirement will be examined by physicians on full-time duty when requested to do so by the Indian Office or other appropriate office: See Indians, 25 CFR 84.10. Regulations of the Post Office Department relating to pension letters: See

Postal Service, 39 CFR 12.19.
Selection of veterans contingent, Civilian Conservation Corps: See Public

Welfare, 45 CFR 202.
Soldiers and sailors homestead and preference rights: See Public Lands:

Interior, 43 CFR Parts 132, 181, 182.
United States Public Health Service, Department of the Treasury: See Public

Health, 42 CFR Chapter I.
Vocational education, Office of Education: See Public Welfare, 45 CFR Part 1.
EDITORIAL NOTE: For list of abbreviations used in this chapter, see note to

$ 1.1.

PART 1-GENERAL PROVISIONS

Sec. 1.1 Consolidation of governmental ac- 1.17 Investigations; report and recom

Sec.

mendations. tivities affecting veterans.

1.18 Reference of cases for report and 1.6 Seal of Veterans' Administration;

audit. affixation on public documents, 1.20 Authority for travel and stenorecords, or papers.

graphic services.

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