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state narcotics, etc., used.

Second. If the contents of the package as originally put up shall have been removed, in whole or in part, and

other contents shall have been placed in such package, or Failure to if the package fail to bear a statement on the label of the

quantity or proportion of any alcohol, morphine, opium, cocaine, heroin, alpha or beta eucaine, chloroform, cannabis indica, chloral hydrate, or acetanilide, or any derivative or preparation of any such substances contained therein.

“Third. If its package or label shall bear or contain tive, etc., any statement, design, or device regarding the curative

or therapeutic effect of such article or any of the ingredients or substances contained therein, which is false and fraudulent."

False statement of cura

effect.

Aug. 24, 1912. CHAP. 355.-An Act Making appropriations for sundry civil (H. R. 25069.) expenses of the Government for the fiscal year ending June thir[Public, No. tieth, nineteen hundred and thirteen, and for other purposes.

302.) 37 Stat. L., Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives pt. 1, p. 417.

of the United States of America in Congress assembled, Sundry civil That the following sums be, and the same are hereby, .-;propriation propriated, for the objects hereinafter expressed, for the

fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and thirteen, namely:

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Preferences.

For surveys and resurveys of public lands, under the supervision of the Commissioner of the General Land Office and direction of the Secretary of the Interior, $700,000: Provided, That in expending this appropriation preference shall be given, first, in favor of surveying townships occupied, in whole or in part, by actual settlers and of lands grartid to the States by the Act approved February twenty-second, eighteen hundred and eightynine, and the Acts approved July third and July tenth, eighteen hundred and ninety, and to surveying under such other Acts as provide for land grants to the several States and Territories and such indemnity lands as the several States and Territories may be entitled to in lieu of lands granted them for educational and other purposes which may have been sold or included in some reservation or otherwise disposed of, except railroad land grants and other surveys shall include lands adapted to agriculture and lands deemed advisable to survey on account of availability for irrigation or dry farming, lines

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of reservations, and lands within boundaries of forest reservations. The surveys and resurveys to be made by Compensasuch competent surveyors as the Secretary of the Inte- veyors. rior may select, at such compensation not exceeding $200 per month as he may prescribe, except that the Secretary of the Interior may appoint not to exceed two supervisors Supervisors

of of surveys whose compensation shall not exceed $250 per month each, and except in the District of Alaska, where a compensation not exceeding $10 per day may be allowed such surveyors and such per diem allowance, in lieu of subsistence, not exceeding $3, as he may prescribe, and actual necessary expenses for transportation, including necessary sleeping-car fares, said per diem and traveling expenses to be allowed to all surveyors employed hereunder and to such clerks who are competent survey- Clerks, etc.,

inspecting. ors who may be detailed to make surveys, resurveys, or examinations of surveys heretofore made and reported to be defective or fraudulent, and inspecting mineral de- Mineral,

coal, and timposits, coal fields, and timber districts, and for making, ber 'lands. by such competent surveyors, fragmentary surveys, examination of unaccepted contract surveys heretofore made and such other surveys or examinations as may be required for identification of lands for purposes of evidence in any suit or proceeding in behalf of the United States:

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penses.

Atlantic and

Pacific coasts.

Field expenses: For surveys and necessary resurveys

Field exof the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the United States, including the coasts of outlying islands under the jurisdic- Gulf coasts. tion of the United States: Provided, That not more than Proviso.

Island limi $25,000 of this amount shall be expended on the coasts tation. of said outlying islands, $65,000;

For surveys and necessary resurveys of coasts on the Pacific Ocean under the jurisdiction of the United States, $165,000; For continuing researches in physical hydrography Physical hy.

drography. relating to harbors and bars, and for tidal and current observations on the coasts of the United States, or other coasts under the jurisdiction of the United States, $6,400;

For offshore soundings and examination of reported Coast Pllot, dangers on the coasts of the United States, and of coasts under the jurisdiction of the United States, and to continue the compilation of the Coast Pilot, and to make

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observations, etc.

special hydrographic examinations, and including the employment of such pilots and nautical experts in the

field and office as may be necessary for the same, $15,000; Magnetic For continuing magnetic observations and to establish

meridian lines in connection therewith in all parts of the United States, and for making magnetic observations in other regions under the jurisdiction of the United States, including the purchase of additional magnetic instruments, and the lease of sites where necessary and the erection of temporary magnetic buildings; for continuing the line of exact levels between the Atlantic, Pacific, and

Gulf coasts; for furnishing points to State surveys, to state surveys. be applied as far as practicable in States where points

have not been furnished; for determinations of geographical positions, and for continuing gravity observations, $50,000.

Points to

IMMIGRATION SERVICE.

Immigration of aliens.

Expenses of regulating immigration: For all expenses Expenses of of the enforcement of the laws regulating the immigration enforcing laws. of aliens into the United States, including the contract

labor laws; for the costs of the reports of decisions of the Federal courts, and digest thereof, for the use of the Commissioner General of Immigration; for salaries and expenses of all officers, clerks, and employees appointed to enforce said laws; for the enforcement of the provisions of the Act of February twentieth, nineteen hundred and seven, entitled "An Act to regulate the immigration of aliens into the United States” and acts amen'latory thereof; for expenses of necessary supplies, including exchange of typewriting machines, alterations,

and repairs, and for all other expenses authorized by said Chinese ex. Act; also for preventing the unlawful entry of Chinese

into the United States, by the appointment of suitable officers to enforce the laws in relation thereto, and the expenses of returning to China all Chinese persons found to be unlawfully in the United States, including the cost of imprisonment and actual expense of conveyance of

Chinese persons to the frontier or seaboard for deportaRefunding tion, and for the refunding of head tax upon presentation head tax. of evidence showing conclusively that collection was made

through error of Government officers; all to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of Commerce and

Labor, $2,525,000: Provided, That all charges for mainand return of tenance or return of Chinese persons applying for admisChinese per sion to the United States shall hereafter be paid or reim

bursed to the United States by the person, company, partnership, or corporation bringing such Chinese to a port of the United States as applicants for admission.

clusion,

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sons.

CHAP. 356.-An Act To amend sections five, eleven, and Aug. 24, 1912 twenty-five of an Act entitled “An Act to amend and consolidate (H. R. 24224.) the Acts respecting copyrights," approved March fourth, nineteen [Public, No. hundred and nine.

303.) 37 Stat. L.,

pt. 1, p. 488. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That sections five, eleven, and twenty-five of the Copyrights. Act entitled "An Act to amend 'and consolidate the Acts respecting copyrights," approved March fourth, nineteen hundred and nine, be amended to read as follows: “ Sec. 5. That the application for registration shall tions appii

Classifica

of . specify to which of the following classes the work in cations. which copyright is claimed belongs:

“(a) Books, including composite and cyclopedic works, directories, gazetteers, and other compilations;

“(b) Periodicals, including newspapers;

"(c) Lectures, sermons, addresses (prepared for oral delivery);

"(d) Dramatic or dramatico-musical compositions;
"e) Musical compositions;
“(f) Maps;

"(g) Works of art; models or designs for works of art;

"(h) Reproductions of a work of art;

"(i) Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character;

“(j) Photographs;
“(k) Prints and pictorial illustrations;
“(1) Motion-picture photoplays;

Motion pic

tures, etc., “(m) Motion pictures other than photoplays:

Proviso. Provided, nevertheless, That the above specifications Bubyeet

Subject shall not be held to limit the subject matter of copyright matter not as defined in section four of this Act, nor shall any error in classification invalidate or impair the copyright protection secured under this Act."

“ Sec. 11. That copyright may also be had of the reproduced for works of an author, of which copies are not reproduced sale. for sale, by the deposit, with claim of copyright, of one complete copy of such work if it be a lecture or similar production or a dramatic, musical, or dramatico-musical composition; of a title and description, with one print taken from each scene or act, if the work be a motion

Motion picpicture photoplay; of a photographic print if the work added. be a photograph; of a title and description, with not less than two prints taken from different sections of a complete motion picture, if the work be a motion picture other than a photoplay; or of a photograph or other identifying reproduction thereof, if it be a work of art or a plastic work or drawing. But the privilege of registration of copyright secured hereunder shall not exempt the copyright proprietor from the deposit of copies, under sections twelve and thirteen of this Act, where the work is later reproduced in copies for sale."

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“ Sec. 25. That if any person shall infringe the copy. right in any work protected under the copyright laws of

the United States such person shall be liable: Injunctions. (a) To an injunction restraining such infringement;

“ (b) To pay to the copyright proprietor such damDamages.

ages as the copyright proprietor may have suffered due
to the infringement, as well as all the profits which the
infringer shall have made from such infringement, and
in proving profits the plaintiff shall be required to prove
sales only and the defendant shall be required to prove
every element of cost which he claims, or in lieu of
actual damages and profits such damages as to the court
shall appear to be just, and in assessing such damages

the court may, in its discretion, allow the amounts as Newspaper hereinafter stated, but in case of a newspaper reproductions of photo- tion of a copyrighted photograph such damages shall not graphs, limit.

exceed the sum of two hundred dollars nor be less than
the sum of fifty dollars, and in the case of the infringe-
ment of an undramatized or nondramatic work by means
of motion pictures, where the infringer shall show that
he was not aware that he was infringing, and that such
infringement could not have been reasonably foreseen,
such damages shall not exceed the sum of one hundred
dollars; and in the case of an infringement of a copy-

righted dramatic or dramatico-musical work by a maker Motion pic of motion pictures and his agencies for distribution

thereof to exhibitors, where such infringer shows that
he was not aware that he was infringing a copyrighted
work, and that such infringements could not reasonably
have been foreseen, the entire sum of such damages re-
coverable by the copyright proprietor from such in-
fringing maker and his agencies for the distribution to
exhibitors of such infringing motion picture shall not
exceed the sum of five thousand dollars nor be less than

two hundred and fifty dollars, and such damages shall in
reme. no other case exceed the sum of five thousand dollars nor

be less than the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars, and
shall not be regarded as a penalty. But the foregoing
exceptions shall not deprive the copyright proprietor of
any other remedy given him under this law, nor shall the
limitation as to the amount of recovery apply to infringe-
ments occurring after the actual notice to a defendant,
either by service of process in a suit or other written

notice served upon him.
Paintings, “First. In the case of a painting, statue, or sculpture,
statuary, etc.

ten dollars for every infringing copy made or sold by
or found in the possession of the infringer or his agents

or employees;
Books, maps, Second. In the case of any work enumerated in sec-

tion five of this Act, except a painting, statue, or sculp-
ture, one dollar for every infringing copy made or sold
by or found in the possession of the infringer or his
agents or employees;

tures of dramatic works.

Other dies.

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etc.

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