Compendium of U.S. Copyright Practices, 3rd Edition

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1509.3 (A) (9) Published Commercial Prints, Labels, and Other Advertising Matter

1509.3 (A) (9) Published Commercial Prints, Labels, and Other Advertising Matter

To register prints, labels, and other advertising matter published in connection with the rental, lease, lending, licensing, or sale of services, articles of merchandise, or works of authorship, the applicant generally should submit one complete copy of the best edition of the work. 37 C.F.R. § 202.20 (C) (2)(v).

If the print or label is published in a larger work, such as a newspaper or other periodical, the applicant may submit one copy of the entire page or pages where the work appears instead of submitting the entire larger work. Id.

If the print or label is physically inseparable from a three-dimensional object, the applicant generally must submit identifying material instead of submitting an actual copy of the work. Id. For information concerning the requirements for identifying material, see Section 1509.3 (C).

NOTE: The rules discussed above do not apply to advertising material published in connection with motion pictures. The deposit requirements for such works are set forth in Section 1509.3 (A) (2).

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