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Bilateral Copyright Treaty between Spain and El Salvador, Madrid (1884)

Source: Archivo del Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores, AMAE-siglo XIX, Tratados, 0347-01

Bilateral Copyright Treaty between Spain and El Salvador, Madrid (1884), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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            Article XII.
      Any edition or reproduction of a
      scientific, literary or artistic
      work made contrary to the provisions
      of this convention, shall be taken
      to be an infringement.
      Any person who publishes, sells or
      places on sale in, or imports into,
      the territory of either of the two
      countries infringing works or objects
      shall be punished in accordance
      with the relevant law in force in
      the respective country.
      Article XIII.
      The stipulations of this convention
      shall not in any way prejudice the
      right either of the High Contracting
      Parties to authorise, supervise or
      prohibit, by legislative or domestic
      police measures, the circulation


            Artículo XII.
      Toda edicion ó reproduccion de
      obra cientifica, literaria ó artística, he-
      cha sin ajustarse á las disposiciones
      del presente Convenio, sera conside-
      rada como falsificacion.
      Cualquiera qe haya editado,
      vendido, puesto á vender ó introduci-
      do en el territorio de uno de los dos
      paises alguna obra ú objeto falsifi-
      cado, será castigado segun las leyes
      en vigor en uno ú otro de los dos
      paises en sus respectivos casos.
      Artículo XIII.
      Las disposiciones del presen-
      te Convenio no podrán perjudicar
      en manera alguna al derecho
      que corresponde á cada una de las Al-
      tas partes contratantes para permi-
      tir, vigilar ó prohibir por medio
      de medidas de legislacion ó de po-
      licia interior, la circulacion, la re-


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