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or other animals, either generally or from any place that may be named in such order, for such period as she may deem to be necessary, for the purpose of preventing the introduction of any infectious or contagious disorder among the sheep, cattle, horses, or other animals in this country. 11 & 12 Vict. c. 105, § 1. (Sept. 4, 1848.]
It shall be lawful for Her Majesty from time to time, by order in council, to make such regulations for subjecting sheep. cattle, horses, or other animals to quarantine, or for causing the same to be destroyed upon their arrival in this country, or for destroying any hay, straw, fodder, or other article whereby it appears to her that infection or contagion may be conveyed, and generally to make such regulations with respect to the importation of sheep, cattle, horses, or other animals, as she may consider to be necessary in order to prevent the introduction of any contagious or infectious disorder. $ 2.
If any cattle, sheep, horses, or other animals be imported or introduced, or attempted to be imported or introduced, contrary to the provisions of any order in council made in pursuance of this Act, the same shall be forfeited in like manner as goods prohibited to be imported by any Act relating to the customs; and all persons importing or introducing or attempting to import or introduce the same, shall be liable to such penalties as are imposed on persons importing or attempting to import goods prohibited by Acts relating to the customs. $ 3.
It shall be lawful for Her Majesty, by any further order in council, from time to time, to revoke the whole or any part of any order issued by Her Majesty in council under the authority of this Act; and from a day to be named in such order, such order or such part thereof as shall be specified in such order of revocation, shall cease and determine. § 4. ANNATTO, Roll and Flag
Free ANTIMONY, Ore of, Crude, Regulus
Free DESCRIPTION. Antimony is a mineral substance having all the seeming characters of a real metal, except malleability. It is a general help in the mixing of metals.-Ed.
PRICE, &c. Antimony, which we obtain almost entirely from Borneo, has risen from 5s. and 10s. to 51. to 6l. per ton. In the last war a considerable supply of this mineral was obtained from the old Trewether mine in Cornwall, which is believed to be the only mine in the United Kingdom where regular lodes of it exist, and this was sold at 801. per ton. It is about 25 per cent. less pure than the antimony from Borneo.-Press, May 13, 1854.
£ 8. d. APPLES, raw, bush.
0 0 3 of and from British Possessions, bush.
0 0 2 dried, bush.
0 1 0 AQUAFORTIS
Free ARISTOLOCHIA .
Free ARROW ROOT, cwt. ARSENIC
Free Arts, SOCIETY OF: By T. O., May, 1854, all packages imported from abroad containing specimens for the Trade Museum forning by the Society of Arts under the sanction of the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1751 shall be sent direct to the Museum in charge
of an officer of customs, and be examined there, and delivered duty free. Ashes, Pearl and Pot, Soap, Weed, Wood
Free not enumerated.
Free ASPHALTUM or BirUMEN JUDAICUM
Free For QUANTITIES, see MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION, prefixed to the Journal.
0 0 4
---Economist, April 22, 1854. BALSAMS, Canada, Capivi, Peru, Riga, Tolu, Balm of Gilead, and unenumerated Balsam
Free BANDSTRING TWIST
for Tanners' of Dyers’ Use, Cascarilla, Peruvian, of other Sorts.
Free Extract of.
CINCHONA BARK OF BOGOTA. We have good reason to suppose that the seeming contradictions which have been published about the Cinchona bark of Bogotá, and of its chemical constitution, are easily accounted for by considering the varieties of bark coming into commerce under the same name from the same district. Secondly, that the barks that are now-a-days exported from New Granadla are not all China Bogotensis, but are so different from one another, that we must acknowlerige that they come from different trees; a few of these barks, those growing in the plateau of Bogotá or its vicinity, I have noticed above. And further, that because the barks come from New Granada they should not be underrated, for they contain some of the best sorts. Schâuffele and Bouquet have shown, that some barks obtained by them direct from the exporter Lopez, of New Granada, are as rich in quinine and cinchonine as the China calisaya vera, while naturaily, others are not so rich, and some are poor ones.--Exequiel Uricoechea, of Bogota, Pharmaceutical Journal, April, 1854. BARLEY, Pearled, cwt.
0 0 41 BARWOOD
Free BARYTES, Sulphate of, Ground
Free BASKET Rods, peeled .
Free BASKETS corresponding with the description commonly called Berlin, cubic foot
0 0 7 All others, cubic foot
0 0 2 Bast Ropes, TWINES and STRANDS
Free BEADS, Arango, lb.
0 0 2 and BUGLES of GLASS.
Free Coral, lb.
0 1 6 Crystal, lb.
0 0 2 Jet, lb.
0 2 -not otherwise enumerated, lb.
0 0 2 BEANS, Kidney and French. See Seeds. BEEF, salted
Tree fresh, or slightly salted
Free BEEF WOOD
Free Beer or Ale, Mum, Spruce, of other Sorts, brl.
1 0 0 BERRIES, Bay, Juniper, Yellow, Myrobalane, unenumerated,
commonly made use of in Chemical Processes, unenumerated, not commonly made use of in Chemical Processes.
Free Birds, viz. Singing Birds
Free Biscuit and BREAD, cwt.
0 0 4 BITUMEN JUDAICUM. See ASPHALTUM. BLACKING
Free BLACK WOOD
Free BONES (except Whale Fins), whether burnt or not, or Animal Charcoal
Free Books, being of editions printed prior to the year 180i bound or unbound .
Free For QUANTITIES, see MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION, prefixed to the Journal.
£ 8. d. Books-being of editions printed in or since the year 1801, bound or unbound, cwt.
1 10 0 admitted under Treaties of International Copyright, or if of and from any British Possession, cwt.
0 15 0 Former Acts.— The Acts of 8 Anne, c. 19; 41 G. III. c. 107 and 54 G. III. c. 156, repealed. 5 & 6 Vict. c. 45, $ 1. [July 1, 1842.)
Endurance of Term of Copyright. The copyright in every book which shall after the passing of this Act, be published in the lifetime of its author shall endure for the natural life of such author, and for the further term of seven years, commencing at the time of his death, and shall be the property of such author and his assigns : Provided that if the said term of seven years shall expire before the end of forty-two years from the first publication of such book, the copyright shall in that case endure for such period of forty-two years; and that the copyright in every book which shall be published after the death of its author shall endure for the term of forty-two years from the first publication thereof, and shall be the property of the proprietor of the author's manuscript from which such book shall be first published, and his assigns. § 3.
Subsisting Copyright. The copyright which at the time of passing this Act shall subsist in any book theretofore published (except as herein-after mentioned) shall be extended and endure for the full term provided by this Act in cases of books thereafter published, and shall be the property of the person who at the time of passing of this Act shall be the proprietor of such copy. right : provided always, that in all cases in which such copyright shall belong in whole or in part to a publisher or other person who shall have acquired it for other consideration than that of natural love and affection, such copyright shall not be extended by this Act, but shall endure for the term which shall subsist therein at the time of passing of this Act, and no longer, unless the author of such book, if he shall be living, or the personal representative of such author, if he shall be dead, and the proprietor of such copyright, shall, before the expiration of such term, consent and agree to accept the benefits of this Act in respect of such book, and shall cause a minute of such consent in the form in that behalf given in the schedule to this Act aunexed to be entered in the book of registry hereinafter directed to be kept, in which case such copyright shall endure for the full term by this Act provided in cases of books to be published after the passing of this Act, and shall be the property of such person or persons as in such minute shall be expressed. $ 4.
Importing, &c.- If any person shall, in any part of the British dominions, after the passing of this Act, print or cause to be printed, either for sale or exportation, any book* in which there shall be subsisting copyright, without the consent in writing of the proprietor thereof, or shall import for sale or hire any such book so having been unlawfully printed from parts beyond the sea, or, knowing such books to bave been so unlawfully, printed or imported, shall sell, publish, or expose to sale or hire, or cause to be sold, published, or exposed to sale or hire, or shall have in his possession, for sale or hire, any such book so unlawfully printed or imported, without such consent, such offender shall be liable to a special action on the case at the suit of the proprietor of such copyright, to be brought in any court of record in that part of the British dominions in which the offence shall be committed : Provided always, that in Scotland such offender shall be liable to an action in the Court of Session in Scotland, which shall and may be brought and prosecuted in the same manner in which any other action of damages to the like amount may be brought and prosecuted there. $ 15.
Importing Books Reprinted Abroad.-It shall not be lateful for any person not being the proprietor of the copyright, or some person authorised by him, to import into any part of the United Kingdom, or into any other part of the British dominions, for sale or hire, any printed book first composed, or written, or printed and published in any part of the United Kingdom, wherein there shall be copyright, and reprinted in any country or place whatsoever out of the British dominions; and if any person, not being such proprietor or
* Query, as to pirating only part of a book :-Ed.
Books-continued. person authorised as aforesaid, shall import, or bring, or cause to be imported or brought, for sale or hire, any such printed book, into any part of the Bri. tish dominions, contrary to the true intent and meaning of this Act, or shall knowingly sell, publish, or expose to sale or let to hire, or have in his possession for sale or hire, any such book, then every such book shall be forfeited and shall be seized by any officer of customs or excise, and the same shall be destroyed by such officer; and every person so offending, being duly convicted thereof before two justices of the peace for the county or place in which such book shall be found, shall also for every such offence forfeit 101. and double the value of every copy of such book which he shall so import or cause to be imported into any part of the British dominions, or shall knowingly sell, publish, or expose to sale or let to hire, or shall cause to be sold, published, or exposed to sale or let to hire, or shall have in his possession for sale or hire, contrary to the true intent and meaning of this Act, 51. to the use of such officer of such customs or excise, and the remainder of the penalty to the use of the proprietor of the copyright in such book. S 17.
Erfect of not making Entry in Registry Book.- No proprietor of copyright in any book which shall be first published after the passing of this Act shall maintain any action or suit, at law or in equity, or any summary proceeding, in respect of any infringement of such copyright, unless he shall, before commencing such an action, suit, or proceeding, have caused an entry to be made, in the book of registry of the Stationers' Company, of such book, pursuant to this Act: Provided always, that the omission to make such entry shall not atfect the copyright in any book, but only the right to sue or proceed in respect of the infringement thereof as aforesaid : Provided also, that nothing herein contained shall prejudice the remedies which the proprietor of the sole liberty of representing any dramatic piece shall have by virtue of 3 Will. IV. to amend the laws relating to dramatic literary property, or of this Act, although no entry shall be made in the book of registry. $ 24.
Copyright Personal Property. All copyright shall be deemed personal property, and shall be transmissible by bequest, or in case of intestacy, shall be subject to the same law of distribution as other personal property, and in Scotland shall be deemed to be personal and moveable estate. $ 25.
Saring the Rights of Universities and Colleges. $ 27.
Extent of Act.- This Act shall extend to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and to every part of the British dominions. $ 29.
INTERNATIONAL COPYRIGHT ACT.
Forner Act Repealed. – The Act of 1 & 2 Vict. c. 59, herein designated as the International Copyright Act is hereby repealed. 7 and 8 Vict. c. 12, § 1. (May 10, 1844.)
llos Authors, &c. of Works in Foreign Countries to have Copyright. - It shall be lawful for Her Majesty, by any order of Her Majesty in ('ouncil, to direct that, as respects all or any particular class or classes of the following works, (namely) books, prints, articles of sculpture, and other works of art, to be defined in such order, which shall after a future time, to be specified in such order, be first published in any foreign country to be named in such order, the authors, inventors, designers, engravers, and makers thereof respectively, their respective executors, administrators, and assigns, shall have the privilege of copyright therein during such period or respective periods as shall be defined in such order, not exceeding, however, as to any of the above-mentioned works, the term of copyright which authors, inventors, designers, engravers, and makers of the like works respectively first published in the United King. dom may be then entitled to under the herein before recited Acts respectively, or under any Acts which may hereafter be passed in that behalf. $ 2.
Copyright Law as to Books first published in this Country shall apply. $ 3. Prints, Sculptures, &c.—Copyright to apply to Prints or Sculptures. $ 4.
Authors and Composers of Dramatic Pieces and Musical Compositions first publicy represented and performed in Foreign Countrics shall have similar Rights in British Dominions.
Entry at Stationers' Hall and Delivery of Copies. $ 6.
Books published anonymously.-If a book be published anonymously it shall be sufficient to insert in the entry thereof in such register book the name and place of abode of the first publisher thereof, instead of the name and place of abode of the author thereof, together with a declaration that such entry is made either on behalf of the author or on behalf of such first publisher, as the case may require. $ 7.
Copyright Amendment Act as regards Entries in the Register Book of the Company of Stationers, &c., to apply to Entries under this Act. $ 8. Spurious Works. $9.
Certain Copies of Books printed in Foreign Countries prohibited to be Imported.--All copies of books wherein there shall be any subsisting copyright under this Act, or of any order in council made in pursuance thereof, printed or reprinted in any foreign country except that in which such books were first published, are hereby absolutely prohibited to be imported into any part of the British dominions, except with the consent of the registered proprietor of the copyright thereof, or his agent authorised in writing, and if imported contrary to this prohibition the same, and the importers thereof, shall be subject to the enactments in force relating to goods prohibited to be imported by any Act relating to the customs; and as respects any such copies so prohibited to be imported, and also as respects any copies unlawfully printed in any place whatsoever of any books wherein there shall be any such subsisting copyright, any person who shall in any part of the British dominious import such prohibited or unlawfully printed copies, or who, knowing such copies to be so unlawfully imported or unlawfully printed, shall sell, publish, or expose to sale or hire, or have in his possession for sale or hire, any such copies so unlawfully imported or unlawfully printed, such offender shall be liable to a special action on the case at the suit of the proprietor of such copyright, to be brought and prosecuted in the same courts and in the same manner, and with the like restrictious upon the proceedings of the defendant, as are respectively prescribed in the Copyright Amendment Act, with relation to actions thereby authorised to be brought by proprietors of copyright against persons importing or selling books unlawfully printed in the British dominions. $ 10.
British Museum.—The officer of the Company of Stationers shall receive at the hall of the company every book, volume, or print, so to be delivered, and within one calendar month after receiving such book, volume, or print, shall deposit the same in the library of the British Museum. $ 11.
Second or Subsequent Editions. It shall not be requisite to deliver to the officer of the Stationers' Company any printed copy of the second or of any subsequent edition of any book so delivered, unless the same shall contain additions or alterations. § 12.
llow Orders in Council may specify different Periods for different Foreign Countries, and for different Classes of Works--- The respective terms to be specified by such orders in council respectively for the continuance of the privilege to be granted in respect of works to be first published in foreign countries may be different for works first published in different foreign countries, and for different classes of such works; and the times to be prescribed for the entries to be made in the register book of the Stationers' Company, and for the deliveries of the books and other articles to the officer of the Stationers' Company, as hereinbefore is mentioned, may be different for different foreign countries, and for different classes of books or other articles. $13.
Reciprocal Protection.--No such order in council shall have any effect unless it shall be therein stated, as the ground for issuing the same, that due protection has been secured by the foreign power so named in such order in council for the benefit of parties interested in works first published in the dominions of Her Majesty, similar to those comprised in such order. $ 14.
How Orders may be revoked.-- It shall be lawful for Her Majesty by any order in council from time to time to revoke or alter any order in council previously made under the authority of this Act, but nevertheless without