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PUBLIC LAW 9—MAR. 23, 1951

[65 STAT.

or accrued by a contractor or subcontractor on or after the first day of January 1951, whether such contracts or subcontracts were made on, before, or after such first day, and (2) to all contracts with the Departments designated by the President under section 103(a), and related subcontracts, to the extent of the amounts i^eceived or accrued by a contractor or subcontractor on or after the first day of the first month beginning after the date of such designation, whether such contracts or subcontracts were made on, before, or after such first day; but the provisions of this title shall not be applicable to receipts or accruals attributable to performance, under contracts or subcontracts, after December 31, 1953. (b) PERFORMANCE PRIOR TO J U L Y 1, 1950.—Notwithstanding the

provisions of subsection (a), the provisions of this title shall not apply to contracts with the Departments, or related subcontracts, to the extent of the amounts received or accrued by a contractor or subcontractor on or after the 1st day of January 1951, which are attributable to performance, under such contracts or subcontracts, prior to July 1, 1950. This subsection shall have no application in the case of contracts, or related subcontracts, which, but for subsection (c), would be subject to the Renegotiation Act of 1948. Nonappiicabiiity. (c) RENEGOTIATION AcT OF 1948.—The Renegotiation Act of 1948 50u!U'a!sup. IV, shall not be applicable to any contract or subcontract to the extent app. § 1193 a). Qjf ^}jg amounts received or accrued by a contractor or subcontractor on or after the 1st day of January 1951, whether such contract or subcontract was made on, before, or after such first day. I n the case of a fiscal year beginning in 1950 and ending in 1951, if a contractor or subcontractor has receipts or accruals prior to January 1, 1951, from contracts or subcontracts subject to the Renegotiation Act of 1948, and also has receipts or accruals after December 31, 1950, to which the provisions of this title are applicable, the provisions of this title shall, notwithstanding subsection (a), apply to such receipts and accruals prior to January 1, 1951, if the Board and such contractor or subcontractor agree to such application of this title; and in the case 50u**s'^!sup IV ^^ ^^^^•'^ ^^ agreement the provisions of the Renegotiation Act of 1948 app. §1193 (1^ ' shall not apply to any of the receipts or accruals for such fiscal year, (d) SUSPENSION or CERTAIN PROFIT LIMITATIONS.—Notwithstand-

ing any agreement to the contrary, the profit-limitation provisions ^^34 U.S.C. j§ 494- of the Act of March 27, 1934 (48 Stat. 503, 505), as amended and supplemented, and of section 505(b) of the Merchant Marine Act, 49 Stat. 1998. 1936, as amended and supplemented (46 U.S.C. 1155 (b)), shall not apply, in the case of such Act of March 27, 1934, to any contract or subcontract if any of the receipts or accruals therefrom are subject to 46 u^*s.^^a" § 1245; ^^is title, and, in the case of the Merchant Marine Act, 1936, to any Sup. iv,§ nil a seq. contract or subcontract entered into after December 31, 1950, if any of the receipts or accruals therefrom are subject to this title. SEC. 103. DEFINITIONS. For the purposes of this title— (a) DEPARTMENT.—The term "Department" means the Department of Defense, the Department of the Army, the Department of the Navy, the Department of the A i r Force, the Department of Commerce, the General Services Administration, the Atomic Energ;^' Commission, the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, the Catial Zone Government, the Panama Canal Company, the Housing and Home Finance Agency, and such other agencies of the Government exercising functions having a direct and immediate connection with the national defense as the President shall designate.