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PUBLIC LAW 248—OCT. 31, 1951

[65 STAT.

" (b) This section does not apply in any case coming within the purview of the Workmen's Compensation Law of any state, territory, or other jurisdiction because of a concurrent employment status of such temporary member; and where such temporary member or dependent would be entitled to a benefit under the provisions of law authorizing compensation for employees of the United States suffering injuries while in the performance of their duties and also to any concurrent benefit from the United States on account of the same disability or death, such temporary member or dependent shall elect which benefit he shall receive. "(c) Whenever, pursuant to this section a claim is filed with the Secretary of Labor for benefits because of an alleged injury or death, the Secretary of Labor, or such officer, agency, or employee of the Department of Labor as he shall designate, shall notify the Commandant who shall cause an investigation to be made into the facts surrounding such alleged injury and make certification with respect thereto, including certification as to such injured or deceased person's temporary membership in the Reserve and his military status, and whether the injury or death occurred incident to service. " (d) Temporary members of the Reserve who incur physical disability or contract sickness or disease while performing any specific duty to which they have been assigned by competent Coast Guard authority shall be entitled to the same hospital treatment afforded officers and enlisted men of the Coast Guard.". T\S7fu:s.code: SEC. 16. (a) The first sentence of section 3 of Title 17, United Copyrights. States Code, entitled "Copyrights", is amended by striking out "tile" appearing in such sentence, and in lieu thereof inserting "title", so that such sentence will read as follows: "The copyright provided by this title shall protect all the copyrightable component parts of the work copyrighted, and all matter therein in which copyright is already subsisting, but without extending the duration or scope of such copyright.". (b) The first paragraph of section 8 of Title 17, United States Code, is amended by striking out the word "June" appearing near the end of such paragraph, and in lieu thereof inserting "January", so that such paragraph will read as follows: "No copyright shall subsist in the original text of any work which is in the public domain, or in any work which was published in this country or any foreign country prior to July 1, 1909, and has not been already copyrighted in the United States, or in any publication of the United States Government, or any reprint, in whole or in part, thereof: Provided, That copyright may be secured by the Postmaster General on behalf of the United States in the whole or any part of 52 Stat. 6.

^Q p u b l i c a t i o n s a u t h o r i z e d by section 1 of the Act of January 27,

1938 ( 3 9 U.S.C. 371).". (c) Section 112 of Title 17, United States Code, is amended by striking out, near the beginning of the first sentence in such section, the words "such court", and in lieu thereof inserting "court mentioned in section 1338 of Title 28", so that such section will read as follows:

    • § 112. I n j u n c t i o n s; service and enforcement

"Any court mentioned in section 1338 of Title 28 or judge thereof shall have power, upon complaint filed by any party aggrieved, to grant injunctions to prevent and restrain the violation of any right secured by this title, according to the course and principles of courts of equity, on such terms as said court or judge may deem reasonable. Any injunction that may be granted restraining and enjoining the doing of anything forbidden by this title may be served on the parties against whom such injunction may be granted anywhere in the