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227 et seq.

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PENALTIES, in England,

for infringing copyright of books 307, 308, 309, 311

dramatic and musical compositions 311
prints and engravings

312
sculpture

lbid.
in the United States,
for infringing copyright of books

313
maps, charts, musical com-
positions, and prints

313, 314
manuscripts

314
PERIODICAL PUBLICATIONS,

how protected in equity, irrespective of copyright 109
how protected under the statute

Ibid.
rights of writers in

110, 226
rights of publishers in articles in
PERPETUAL COPYRIGHT, objections to

24
in what countries allowed 25 note
semble, formerly existed
in England

27, 66
PILGRIM’S PROGRESS

36 note
PIRACY, complex character of

237, 239
not a question of intent

238, 247
policy of the law as to

239, 240
depends on injury caused

240, 241
by reprinting the whole work

part, in the way of quotation or extract 242
where quotation is injurious

243, 251, 252
quantity immaterial .

243, 245
fair quotation

245, 246
in reviews

246
intent of the quotation

247
fair use of previous works

240, 249
by republishing cases from the Law Reports

250
under cover of extracts

251
by imitation

253
by colorable alteration

Ibid.
when original sources have not been resorted to
how detected

254

241

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253 et seq.

300,

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PIRACY, how detected by copying errors

255
by substantial similitude

256
10 what extent resemblance must be carried

256-259
in cases of compilations, &c.

259
by undertaking to add to or improve a work

261-265
by abridgment

265-290
review of the English cases

265-268
by translation

290-293
by usurpation of title

293-299
of name of author

299, 300
of dramatic and musical compositions

301
by adapting music

301
of prints and engravings

301-304, 305
PLAN, whether subject of copyright

285, 286 note, 180
PLAY, license to act not a license to publish

87, 103
property in

103-105
whether it includes sole right of per.
formance

104, 139
amendment of the law in this respect

Ibid.
duration of the sole right of performance

105, 139
assignee of, whether entitled to re-
presentation

139, 140
POPE, letters of

50, 90
PRAYER BOOK, a crown copy

40
PREROGATIVE COPIES, history of

116
what are

· 40, 116
doctrine recognized in mo-
dern times

119 note
PRINTS. See ENGRAVINGS.
PRIVY COUNCIL. Judicial committee may authorize

the publication of books design-
edly kept out of print

209
PROPERTY, origin of

3
existence of

4
qualities of

5-9
PUBLICATION, not an abandonment of the author's rights 14-16
PUBLIC LIBRARY, at Cambridge, entitled to a copy

of every book

204

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QUEEN'S PRINTER. Sce PreroGATIVE COPIES.
QUOTATION, how far lawful

242
quantity immaterial

243-245
fair, how far the license extends

245, 246, 249
in reviews

246
influence of intent

247, 251 note
injury by, is the true test 247, 249, 250, 251, 252

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REGISTRATION, in the United States, how to be made

193
essential to a perfect title

194-197
when the copyright is renewed

197
in England, not essential to a perfect title 198
how to be made

Ibid.
affects the remedy

Ibid.
of periodicals

Ibid.
of dramatic and musical compositions 200
of prints and engravings

201
of sculpture :

202
REMEDY, at law

306-314
in equity

314-329
REPORTS OF JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS.
In England, formerly crown copies

40, 41
in the house of lords, practice respecting

129
publication of, may be restrained

Ibid.
ancient practice of affixing the imprimatur of
the judges

130
how far they become subjects of private copyright 131
In America, no private copyright in the opinions
of the supreme court of the United States

132
REVIEWS. See PERIODICAL PUBLICATIONS.
RUSSIA, copyright in

25

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S.
SCULPTURE, entitled by statute to copyright in the

United States
protected in England
property in, in whom vested

115
115
141

155 et seq.

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SEDITIOUS PUBLICATIONS not subjects of copyright
SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTE entitled to a copy of every

book entered for copyright 197 note
SOUTHEY, “Wat Tyler” surreptitiously published

88, 157
SPAIN, copyright in
SPECTATOR, copyright of

52
STAR CHAMBER, decrees of

28, 29
abolished

30
STATIONERS' COMPANY, powers of

27-29
ancient entries

31
ordinance of 1681

36
STATUTES (in England) right to print belongs to the queen 125-128
origin of the right

125
how it is now supported

126
may be printed by others than the queen's
printer, with bona fide notes

127, 128
right to print, vested in the universities and
the queen's patentees

128
STORY, Mr. Justice, his views of property in letters, &c. 88, 89, 96-
SWEDEN, copyright in

25

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T.
TALFOURD, Serjeant, exertions of, to extend the term of
copyright

69
TERM OF COPYRIGHT in Austria

25 note
Denmark

Ibid.
England

Ibid.
France

Ibid.
Holland and Belgium

Ibid.
Norway

Ibid.
Prussia

Ibid.
Russia

Ibid.
Spain

Ibid.
Sweden

Ibid.
The United States

Toid. 214
England, as to books

206-210
plays and music 210-213
engravings

Ibid.
sculpture

Ibid.

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THOMSON'S SEASONS, copyright of
TITLE, usurpation of

relief in equity
TRANSLATIONS, how far original works

when piratical
TRINITY COLLEGE, Dublin, entitled to a copy of every

book

293-299

294
186-190
290-293

204

U.

67, 68

UNIVERSITIES, perpetual copyright of
UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGIATE COPYRIGHT,

in England, in books, is a perpetuity

pyright,

200, 201

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WASHINGTON, manuscripts of
WIDOW of author, rights of
“ WRITING” music within the term

87-89

25
108

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