[Federal Register: January 30, 1998 (Volume 63, Number 20)] [Notices] [Page 5141-5216]
[Federal Register: January 30, 1998 (Volume 63, Number 20)] [Notices] [Page 5141-5216] Page 5141 _______________________________________________________________________ Part V Library of Congress _______________________________________________________________________ Copyright Office _______________________________________________________________________ Copyright Restoration of Works in Accordance With the Uruguay Round Agreements Act; Notice Page 5142 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS Copyright Office [Docket No.
97-3C] Copyright Restoration of Works In Accordance With the Uruguay Round Agreements Act; List Identifying Copyrights Restored Under the Uruguay Round Agreements Act for Which Notices of Intent to Enforce Restored Copyrights Were Filed in the Copyright Office AGENCY: Copyright Office, Library of Congress. Background The Uruguay Round General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade and the Uruguay Round Agreements Act (URAA) (Public Law No. 4809 (1994)) provide for the restoration of copyright in certain works that were in the public domain in the United States. The Uruguay Round Trade Agreements, Texts of Agreements, Implementing Bill, Statement of Administrative Action, and Required Supporting Statements, H.
Publication of the lists creates a record for the public to identify copyright owners and works whose copyright has been restored for which Notices of Intent to Enforce have been filed with the Copyright Office.
This list includes NIEs filed by copyright owners whose eligibility to file in the Office expired December 31, 1997. Kretsinger, Assistant General Counsel, or Charlotte Douglass, Principal Legal Advisor to the General Counsel, Copyright GC/I&R, Post Office Box 70400, Southwest Station, Washington, D.
Copyright Office processing continues for the remainder of NIEs received on or before December 31, 1997.
If the work was published, it must have been first published in an eligible country and not published in the United States within 30 days of first publication.
27, 1996), 62 FR 20211 (April 25, 1997), 62 FR 44842 (Aug. Accordingly, the NIEs listed herein are those entered into the public records of the Office between December 5, 1997, and January 21, 1998. On the other hand, owners of works that are still within their eligible filing period may continue to file such notices with the Copyright Office and receive constructive notice, and the Office will continue to publish a list of eligible NIEs in the Federal Register. Correction of Previously Filed NIEs Correction NIEs for major errors (essentially, major errors in title and owner information) on any NIE filed Page 5143 must be submitted within the eligibility period. Minor errors may be corrected at any time without regard to eligibility for filing, pursuant to the interim regulation on Correction NIEs, published at 62 FR 55736 (Oct. NIEs are located in what is known as the Copyright Office History Documents (COHD) file, which is available from computer terminals located in the Copyright Office itself or from terminals located in other parts of the Library of Congress through the Library of Congress Information System (LOCIS).
To allow for processing this NIE information, the Office closed the record for publication approximately three working days before forwarding this record for publication. NIEs that were received in the Office too late for Federal Register publication will be returned to the remitter unrecorded, and the fee will be refunded. On-line Availability of NIE Lists Using the information provided herein, one may search the Office's database to obtain additional information about a particular NIE.
Monty Fresco Beatles photographs taken at Titenhurst Park, 1969.
Tony Bramwell Beatles photographs from ``The mad day out'', 1968.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------- (1) is not in the public domain in its source country through expiration of term of protection; (2) is in the public domain in the United States due to: (i) noncompliance with formalities imposed at any time by United States copyright law, including failure of renewal, publishing the work without a proper notice, or failure to comply with any manufacturing requirements; (ii) lack of subject matter protection in the case of sound recordings fixed before February 15, 1972; or (iii) lack of national eligibility (e.g., the work is from a country with which the United States did not have copyright relations at the time of the work's publication); and (3) has at least one author (or in the case of sound recordings, rightholder) who was, at the time the work was created, a national or domiciliary of an eligible country. A cross-reference to the composite owner (e.g., Title I owned by ``A B & C'') will state, ``SEE A B & C'' at the listing for each individual owner (e.g., for Owner A, for Owner B and for Owner C). SEE Societe Civile Succession Richard Guino & ADAGP (Societe de Auteures des Arts Graphiques et Plastiques).
Works having more than one copyright proprietor are listed under the first owner and cross-referenced to the succeeding owner(s).
A work meeting these requirements is protected ``for the remainder of the term of copyright that the work would have otherwise been granted in the United States if the work never entered the public domain in the United States.'' 17 U. Select the menu item ``Copyright Office Records'' and/or ``URAA, GATT Amends U. law.'' In addition to online records, images of the complete NIEs as filed are on optical disc and available from the Copyright Office. Seventh List of Notices of Intent to Enforce The following restored works are listed alphabetically by copyright owner; multiple works owned by a particular copyright owner are listed alphabetically by title.