61 Stat. 652. Infra, Copyrighted m u s i c, unauthorized u s e. 61 Stat. 6 6 1.
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of instruments serving to reproduce mechanically the musical work', 'mechanical reproductions', and 'interchangeable parts, such as discs or tapes for use in mechanical music-producing machines' referred to in sections 1(e) and 101 (e) of this title." SEC. 2. That title 17 of the United States Code is further amended in the following respect: I n section 101, title 17 of the United States Code, delete subsection (e) in its entirety and substitute the following: "(e) INTERCHANGEABLE PARTS FOR U S E I N MECHANICAL MUSICPRODUCING MACHINES.—Interchangeable parts, such as discs or tapes
for use in mechanical music-producing machines adapted to reproducer copyrighted musical works, shall be considered copies of the copyrighted musical works which they serve to reproduce mechanically for the purposes of this section 101 and sections 106 and 109 of this title, and the unauthorized manufacture, use, or sale of such interchangeable parts shall constitute an infringement of the copyrighted work rendering the infringer liable in accordance with all provisions of this title dealing with infringements of copyright and, in a case of willful infringement for profit, to criminal prosecution pursuant to section 104 of this title. Whenever any person, in the absence of a license agreement, intends to use a copyrighted musical composition upon the parts of instruments serving to reproduce mechanically the musical work, relying upon the compulsory license provision of this title, he shall serve notice of such intention, by registered mail, upon the copyright proprietor at his last address disclosed by the records of the copyright office, sending to the copyright office a duplicate of such notice." SEC. 8. This Act shall take effect four months after its enactment except that section 2 of this Act shall take effect immediately upon its enactment. The provisions of title 17, United States Code, as amended by section 1 of this Act, shall apply only to sound recordings fixed, published, and copyrighted on and after the effective date of this Act and before January 1, 1975, and nothing in title 17, United States Code, as amended by section 1 of this Act, shall be applied retroactively or be construed as affecting in any way any rights with respect to sound recordings fixed before the effective date of this Act. Approved October 15, 1971.
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Supplemental appropriation, 1972.
JOINT RESOLUTION Making a suppleiuental appropriation for the Department of Labor for the fiscal year 1972, and for other purposes.
Besolred by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sum is appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise approjjriated, for the fiscal year ending June'30, 1972, namely: DEPARTMENT OF LABOR MANPOWER ADMINISTRATION FKI>ERAL UNEMPLOYMENT B E N E F I T S AND ALLOWANCES
For an additional amount for "Federal unemployment benefits and allowances", $270,500,000. Approved October 15, 1971.