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THE CLARENDON CONVENTION. PROPOSED AMENDMENTS. ARTICLE I.
ARTICLE I. From and after the date on which, ac FROM and after the date on which, according to the provision of Article XI., cording to the provision of Article XI., the the present convention shall come into present convention shall come into operaoperation, the authors of works of litera- tion, the subjects or citizens of either of the ture or of art, to whom the laws of either two countries to whom the laws of their of the two countries do now or may here- own country do now or may hereafter give, after give the right of property or copy- as authors or proprietors of works of literaright, shall be entitled to exercise that right ture or art, the right of copyright or propin the territories of the other of such coun- erty, shall be entitled to exercise that right tries for the same term and to the saine ex- in the territories of the other of such countent as the authors of works of the same tries for the same term and to the same exnature, if published in such other country, | tent as the authors or proprietors of works would therein be entitled to exercise such of the same nature, if published in such othright; so that the republication or piracy er country, would therein be entitled to exin either country of any work of literature ercise such right; provided that the author or of art published in the other shall be of any work of literature manufactured and dealt with in the same manner as the re-published in the one country shall not be publication or piracy of a work of the same entitled to copyright in the other country nature first published in such other coun- unless such work shall be also manufactry; and so that such authors in the one tured and published therein, by a subject country shall have the same remedies be- or citizen thereof, within three months after fore the courts of justice in the other coun- its original publication in the country of the try, and shall enjoy the same protection author or proprietor; but this proviso shall against piracy and unauthorized republica- not apply to paintings, engravings, sculption as the law now does or may hereafter tures, or other works of art; and the word grant to authors in that country.
"manufacture" shall not be held to prohibit The terms “works of literature or of printing in one country from stereotype art,” employed at the beginning of this ar plates prepared in the other and imported ticle, shall be understood to comprise pub- for this purpose. lications of books, of dramatic works, of Authors and artists in the one country musical compositions, of drawing, of paint- who shall have complied with the proing, of sculpture, of engraving, of litho- visions of this treaty shall have the same graphy, and of other works whatsoever of remedies before the courts of justice in the literature and of the fine arts.
other country, and shall enjoy the same The lawful representatives or assigns of protection against piracy and unauthorized authors, composers, painters, sculptors, or republication, as the law now does or may engravers shall in all respects enjoy the hereafter grant to authors in that country. same rights which by the present conven The terms “works of literature or of tion are granted to the authors, composers, art,” employed at the beginning of this ar. painters, sculptors, or engravers themselves. ticle, shall be understood to comprise pub
lications of books, of dramatic works, of musical compositions, of drawing, of painting, of sculpture, of engraving, of lithography, and of other works whatsoever of
literature and of the fine arts. ARTICLE II.
ARTICLE II. The stipulations of the preceding article The stipulations of the preceding article shall also be applicable to the representa- shall also be applicable to the representations of dramatic works, and to the per- tions of dramatic works, and to the performance of musical compositions, in so far) formance of musical compositions, in so far
The Clarendon Convention.
Proposed Amendments. as the laws of each of the two countries are as the laws of each of the two countries or shall be applicable in this respect to are or shall be applicable in this respect to dramatic and musical works first publicly dramatic and musical works first publicly represented or performed therein.
represented' or performed therein. It is understood that the protection stipulated by the present article is not intended to prohibit fair imitations or adaptations of dramatic works to the stage in England and the United States respectively, but is only meant to prevent piratical reproductions.
The question whether a work is an imitation or a piracy shall in all cases be decided by the courts of justice of the respective countries according to the laws in force in each.
ARTICLE III. The importation into and the sale in ei- The importation into and the sale in either of the two countries of piratical copies ther of the two countries of unauthorized of works which are protected from piracy copies of any work which is protected from under Article I. of the present convention piracy under Article I. of the present conare prohibited, whether such piratical cop- vention are prohibited, whether such unauies originate in the country where the work thorized copies originate in either of the was published or in any other country. countries where the work is published or in
any other country. ARTICLE IV.
ARTICLE IV. In the event of an infraction of the pro- In the event of an infraction of the provisions of the foregoing articles, the pirated visions of the foregoing articles, the pirated works or articles shall be dealt with in each works or articles shall be dealt with in each country according to the laws which now country according to the laws which now exist or may hereafter exist in that country exist or may hereafter exist in that country in respect to such works or articles, and the in respect to such works or articles, and the person who may have committed such in- person who may have committed such infraction shall be liable in each country to fraction shall be liable in each country to the penalties and actions which are or may the penalties and actions which are or may be prescribed by the laws of that country be prescribed by the laws of that country for such offenses committed in respect of a for such offenses committed in respect of a work or production of home origin.
work or production of home origin.
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Majesty, the printed title of the work must 2. If the work be one that has first ap- be registered in his name at the Library of peared in the minions of her Britannic Congress in Washington. Majesty,
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tection as aforesaid unless he shall have No person shall be entitled to such pro- duly complied with the laws and regulatection as aforesaid unless he shall have tions of the respective countries in regard duly complied with the laws and regula- to copyright. With regard to books, maps, tions of the respective countries in regard prints, or musical publications, no person to the work in respect of which such pro- shall be entitled to such protection unless tection may be claimed. With regard to he shall have delivered gratuitously one books, maps, prints, or musical publications, copy of the best edition, printed and pubno person shall be entitled to such protec- lished, for deposit at the place appointed tion unless he shall have delivered gratui- for that purpose ; that is to say, in Great tously at one or other of the places men- Britain at the British Museum at London, or