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" Copyright in a work shall also be deemed to be infringed by any person who for his private profit permits a theatre or other place of entertainment to be used for the performance in public of the work without the consent of the owner of the copyright,... "
The Australian Law Journal - Page 86
1927
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British Ruling Cases from Courts of Great Britain, Canada ..., Volume 13

Law reports, digests, etc - 1926 - 1262 pages
...infringement, and with the special defense to it raised under 2 (3) of the Imperial Act, that the defendant was not aware, and had no reasonable ground for suspecting,...performance would be an infringement of copyright. It is to be noted that these facts, if established, would be a defense in the strict sense under ...
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Bulletin, Issue 16

Copyright - 1912 - 60 pages
...also be deemed to be infringed by any person who for his private profit permits a theatre or other place of entertainment to be used for the performance...the owner of the copyright, unless he was not aware, 5 and had no reasonable ground for suspecting, that the performance would be an infringement of copyright....
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Copyright, Its History and Its Law: Being a Summary of the Principles and ...

Richard Rogers Bowker - Copyright - 1912 - 748 pages
...in- Infringement fringed by any person who for private profit permits a by public theatre or other place of entertainment to be used for the performance...the consent of the owner of the copyright, unless he proves that he acted innocently. TERM OF COPYRIGHT 5. The term fof which copyright shall subsist, shall,...
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Copyright, Its History and Its Law: Being a Summary of the Principles and ...

Richard Rogers Bowker - Copyright - 1912 - 748 pages
...private profit permits a by public theatre or other place of entertainment to be used for the Performance performance in public of the work without the consent of the owner of the copyright, unless he proves that he acted innocently. TERM OF COPYRIGHT 5. The term for which copyright shall subsist, shall,...
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The Copyright Act, 1911, Annotated

Great Britain, Evan James MacGillivray - Copyright - 1912 - 218 pages
...private profit permits a theatre or other place of entertainment to be used for tho performance (m) in public of the work without the consent () of the owner of the copyright (o), unless he was not aware, and had no reasonable ground for suspecting, that the performance would...
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Stage Copyright at Home and Abroad

Bernard Weller - Copyright - 1912 - 328 pages
...private profit permits a theatre or other place of entertainment to be used for the public performance of the work without the consent of the owner of the copyright, unless he proves that he acted innocently. This clause, however, is not inserted under the heading of Summary...
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Stage Copyright at Home and Abroad

Bernard Weller - Copyright - 1912 - 328 pages
...private profit permits a theatre or other place of entertainment to be used for the public performance of the work without the consent of the owner of the copyright, unless he proves that he acted innocently. This clause, however, is not inserted under the heading of Summary...
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Bulletin, Issue 16

Library of Congress. Copyright Office - Copyright - 1914 - 76 pages
...also be deemed to be infringed by any person who for his private profit permits a theatre or other place of entertainment to be used for the performance...the owner of the copyright, unless he was not aware, 5 and had no reasonable ground for suspecting, that the performance would be an infringement of copyright....
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Hopwood's Living Pictures: Their History, Photo-production, and Practical ...

Henry V. Hopwood - Motion pictures - 1915 - 408 pages
...interdict in respect of the infringement, if the defendant proves that at the date o the infringement he was not aware, and had no reasonable ground for suspecting, that copyright subsisted in the work " (Sec. 8). In taking summary proceedings against an infringer the...
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A Treatise on the Law of Copyright and Literary Property

William Benjamin Hale - Copyright - 1917 - 346 pages
...also be deemed to be infringed by any nerson who for his private nroflt permits a theatre or other place of entertainment to be used for the performance In public of the work without the consent of the owrer of the copyright, unless he was rot aware, and had no reasonable ground for suspecting, that...
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