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COPYRIGHT-Continued Sec. 109. Limitations on exclusive rights: Effect of transfer of particular copy or
phonorecord. 110. Limitations on exclusive rights: Exemption of certain performances and
displays. 111. Limitations on exclusive rights: Secondary transmissions. 112. Limitations on exclusive rights: Ephemeral recordings. 113. Scope of exclusive rights in pictorial, graphic, and sculptural works. 114. Scope of exclusive rights in sound recordings. 115. Scope of exclusive rights in nondramatic musical works : Compulsory license
for making and distributing phonorecords. 116. Scope of exclusive rights in nondramatic musical works: Public perform
ances by means of coin-operated phonorecord players. 117. Scope of exclusive rights: U'se in conjunction with computers and similar
information systems. $ 101. Definitions
As used in this title, the following terms and their variant forms mean the following:
An “anonymous work" is a work on the copies or phonorecords of which no natural person is identified as author.
"Audiovisual works" are works that consist of a series of related images which are intrinsically intended to be shown by the use of machines or devices such as projectors, viewers, or electronic equipment, together with accompanying sounds, if any, regardless of the nature of the material objects, such as films or tapes, in which the works are embodied.
The “best edition" of a work is the edition, published in the United States at any time before the date of deposit, that the Library of Congress determines to be most suitable for its purposes.
A person's "children” are his immediate offspring, whether legitimate or not, and any children legally adopted by him.
A “collective work” is a work, such as a periodical issue, anthology, or encyclopedia, in which a number of contributions, constituting separate and independent works in themselves, are assembled into a collective whole.
A “compilation" is a work formed by the collection and assembling of pre-existing materials or of data that are selected, coordinated, or arranged in such a way that the resulting work as a whole constitutes an original work of authorship. The term "compilation" includes collective works.
"Copies" are material objects, other than phonorecords, in which a work is fixed by any method now known or later developed, and from which the work can be perceived, reproduced, or otherwise
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communicated, either directly or with the aid of a t drvore Ihr term "pop•*" ineludes the material cols , * phonorerond, in which the works first fixed
opyright owner." with trepert to any one of the rights comprendi in a copyright, refers to the owner o tular nght.
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Page Cairns, Robert W., executive director, American Chemical Society... 229 Prepared statement.--
231 Cameron, Prof. Rondo, author.--
467 Prepared statement.-
473 Chapin, Edward W., counsel, Broadcast Music, Inc.
907 Ciancimino, Albert F., counsel, SESAC, Inc.---.
398, 1738 Prepared statement.--..
397, 1738 Cohen, Edwin G., executive director of the Agency Instructional Television.-..-----------
859 Prepared statement.--
810 Cohen, John, member of the board of directors, National Association of Recording Merchandisers, Inc......
1371 Prepared statement.. Collins, Fred, Jr., president, Music Operators of America. ....
10 Cooper, Edward, vice president, Motion Picture Association of America..-.-.-.-.-.-.-.
1731 Cooper, Robert, executive secretary, Community Antenna Televisi Association.....
613 Prepared statement....
624 Copland, Aaron, composer...
tion, Cable Television Association, Cable Television Association
1366 Cramer, Edward M., president, Broadcast Music, Inc...
907 Davis, Louis F. (Chip), composer....
396 Prepared statement.-
395 I Dew, Walter, Advertising Typographers Association...
1142 Prepared statement....
1212 Ebenstein, Daniel, on behalf of Leonard Storch Enterprises, Inc.
- 653, 764
344 Prepared statement.....
342 Feist, Leonard, executive vice president, National Music Publishers Association....
of America .-.
6.36 Freitag, Bernard J., teacher, Council Rock High School, New Town,
276 Gastel, Joseph, copyright attorney...................
Prepared statement..... • Glover, John D., direrior, ('ambridge Research Institute..... 1401 Prepared statement,
... 1298, 1393
- 1304, 1394 Gramugla, Thomas, independent Record & Tape Association of America - - - .- .-..--
1235 Prepared statement....
1279 Hamlinch, Marvin, Amencan Guild of Authors and Composers...... 1646
....... 1299, 1393
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Hardy, Ashtan R., General Counsel, Federal Communications
Prepared statement.. H. an. David, ki Tape Service.... 1.8tvwer, Jolin, chairman, Advocates for the Art
Prepared statement ... Hitrine, Howard B, executive director, Ansaciation for ldcat. Contramunications & Technology.-------
Prrgarid atatement ... Herk. Phap R., on behall of Don V. Ruck, vice president, uit. Hecne y la gue....
Prepared statement..... Han, Rotart I, fircutive secretary, National Council of Tead
Port arrd statement.. ...1. Downs, . prraldent, Association of American Pills
Prepared state tient . . H. , Wisam ki, prezident, Holiy wood buim (vuncul Karinetrin, Abraham L., former Register of Copyrg.is, Labra
h o V. barl. bryr.dent. Want Spacial Pridirts hitp, Irwin, aurinsri for the Author league of America, Inc
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Peer, Ralph, vice president, Peer-Southern Organization; directorPage
859 Prepared statement.---..
63 Raskind, Leo J., representing the Association of American Law
Schools, the American Association of l’niversity Professors, and the
1779, 1807, 1863, 1901
95 Rockwell, Dr. Margaret, Washington Ear...
1757 Sandler, Jack B., chairman, Government Relations Committee of the Book Manufacturers Institute, Inc.---
1695 Prepared statement.....
1697 Sheppard, Dr. Walter, representing the Association of Public Radio Stations...
1757 Simon, Gerald A., managing director, Cambridge Research Institute. Simpson, Paul C., Nashville, Tenn.... .
693 Prepared statement..---
690 Smith, Eric H., associate general counsel, Public Broadcasting Service .............-
1666 Summers, John B., general counsel, National Association of Broadcasters .
T ronce.705, 701, 1731 • Van Arkel, Gerard, general counsel, International Typographical
1694 Prepared statement
1668 Wally, I Alan, prudent, Recard & Tape Association of America... 1238 Prepared statement --
1142 Prepared statement
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