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This is a small column that credited U.S. Representative Charles Hiram Randall (1865 1951) of Los Angeles for having proposed legislation in Washington that sought to provide some measure of copyright protection for the benefit of scenario writers in Hollywood:

"Congressional Randall [Prohibition Party] of California has introduced a bill in the House of Representatives for the protection of scenario authors, by providing for the issuance of a copyright on the scenario upon reciept of two typewritten copies to the proper department in Washington."


Anti-Plagerism Legislation Introduced (Photoplay Magazine, 1916)

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