The Civil Code of the LSSR regulated copyright issues, particularly its Part IV under the title "Copyright" which was in force from 1 June 1964 till 11 May 1993.
497 (3) subsection 6 of the Civil Code of the LSSR envisaged, among other objects, that films are covered by copyright, i.e.
1; architektai Eduardas Chlomauskas, Jonas Kriukelis, Zigmantas Liandzbergis, inzinieriai Henrikas Karvelis, Algimantas Katilius, Aleksejus Kamarauskas, Sofija Kovarskaja; 1971; 1973 LSSR
valstybine premija; registrinis, istorinis, architekturinis.
Realybeje architekturines formos, tokios kaip atviras LSSR
Auksciausiosios Tarybos prezidiumo rumu (ar-chit.
Despite the tide, then, Davoliute's study focuses primarily on the time when the Lithuanian SSR (LSSR) was "in process" in the 1960s and 1970s.
To be sure, Davoliute's study is not about how the Soviet mind saw the LSSR. Her book focuses on the Lithuanian experience of adaptation to the new regime using representatives of die cultural elite as examples.
If this may explain why Snieckus was not challenged in the LSSR, it remains unclear why Moscow tolerated him for so long.
However, a discussion of cultural politics in the LSSR would have been helpful in order to understand what "advancing Lithuanian culture" actually meant.
The candidates nominated for the position of the first secretary were the chairman of the Council of Ministers of the LSSR, Juozas Maniusis; the three remaining secretaries of the Central Committee of the LCP--for industry and construction Algirdas Ferensas, for ideology Antanas Barkauskas, and for agriculture Rimgaudas Songaila; the first secretary of the Vilnius city party committee, Petras Griskevicius; the chairman of the Trade Union Committee of the LSSR, Kazimieras Mackevicius; and the head of the Department for Organizational Party Work of the Central Committee of the LCP, Vytautas Astrauskas.
Maniusis, chairman of the Council of Ministers of the LSSR, was a Lithuanian born and educated in Russia, who arrived in Lithuania after World War II and spoke Lithuanian with difficulty.
For example, Januitis, one of the instigators of the "telephone call to Brezhnev," asserts in his memoirs that Sumauskas, the chairman of the Supreme Council of the LSSR, returned in a hurry from Moscow to the funeral and "had barely closed the door of his home" when he received a visit from Liaudis, Aleksandras Drobnys (the chairman of the Planning Committee of the LSSR), and Januitis.