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HEARINGS

BEFORE

SUBCOMMITTEE NO. 3
U. s. Congress. House. Of The

COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

EIGHTY-NINTH CONGRESS

FIRST SESSION

ON

H.R. 4347, H.R. 5680, H.R. 6831, H.R. 6835

BILLS FOR THE GENERAL REVISION OF THE COPYRIGHT LAW,

TITLE 17 OF THE UNITED STATES CODE,

AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

MAY 26, 27, 28; JUNE 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 16, 17, 23, 24, 30; AUGUST 4,

5, 11, 12, 18, 19, 26; SEPTEMBER 1 AND 2, 1965

Serial No. 8

PART 3

Printed for the use of the Committee on the Judiciary

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WASHINGTON : 1966

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COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY

EMANUEL CELLER, New York, Chairman MICHAEL A, FEIGHAN, Ohio

WILLIAM M. MCCULLOCH, Ohio FRANK CHELF, Kentucky

RICHARD H. POFF, Virginia EDWIN E. WILLIS, Louisiana

WILLIAM C. CRAMER, Florida PETER W. RODINO, JR., New Jersey ARCH A, MOORE, JR., West Virginia BYRON G. ROGERS, Colorado

JOHN V. LINDSAY, New York HAROLD D. DONOHUE, Massachusetts WILLIAM T. CAHILL, New Jersey JACK B. BROOKS, Texas

CLARK MACGREGOR, Minnesota WILLIAM M. TUCK, Virginia

CHARLES MCC. MATHIAS, JR., Maryland
ROBERT T. ASHMORE, South Carolina CARLETON J. KING, New York
JOHN DOWDY, Texas

EDWARD HUTCHINSON, Michigan,
BASIL L. WHITENER, North Carolina ROBERT MOCLORY, Illinois
HERMAN TOLL, Pennsylvania
ROBERT W. KASTENMEIER, Wisconsin
JACOB H. GILBERT, New York
JAMES C. CORMAN, California
WILLIAM L. ST. ONGE, Connecticut
GEORGE F. SENNER, JR., Arizona
DON EDWARDS, California
WILLIAM L. HUNGATE, Missouri
HERBERT TENZER, New York
JOHN CONYERS, JR., Michigan
GEORGE W. GRIDER, Tennessee
ANDREW JACOBS, JR., Indiana

BESS E. DICK, Staff Director
WILLIAM R. FOLEY, General Counsel
GARNER J. CLINE, Counsel
MURRAY DRABKIN, Counsel
HERBERT FUCHS, Counsel
WILLIAM L. SHATTUCK, Counsel
BENJAMIN L. ZELENKO, Counsel
CHARLES J. ZINN, Law Revision Counsel
MARTIN R. HOFFMANN, Associate Counsel
ALLAN CORS, A88ociate Counsel

SUBCOMMITTEE No. 3

EDWIN E. WILLIS, Louisiana, Chairman
WILLIAM M. TUCK, Virginia

RICHARD H. POFF, Virginia
ROBERT W. KASTENMEIER, Wisconsin JOHN V. LINDSAY, New York
WILLIAM L. ST. ONGE, Connecticut EDWARD HUTCHINSON, Michigan,
DON EDWARDS, California
HERBERT TENZER, New York

HERBERT FUChe, Counsel
ALLAN CORS, A88ociate Counsel

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CONGROISIONAL
HEARINGS, STS RETO. REPORTS

PART 1

(NOTE. A combined subject and name index appears at the end of this part)

Page
WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1965-

1-153
Text of H.R. 4347, H.R. 5680, H.R. 6831, and H.R. 6835.

2-23

Highlights of bills.

23-24

Statements by-

Representative John V. Lindsay -

24-27

L. Quincy Mumford, Librarian of Congress.

28-29

George D. Cary, Deputy Register of Copyrights, accom-

panied by Abe A. Goldman, General Counsel, Copyright

Office, and Barbara Ringer, Assistant Register of Copy-

rights for Examining--

29-60
Kenneth B. Keating, on behalf of American Book Co.,

Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc., Time-Life Books, Ginn
& Co., D. C. Heath & Co., the Psychological Corp.,
Addison-Wesley Publishing Co., Inc., the Macmillan Co.,

Field Enterprises Educational Corp., Scott, Foresman & Co. 61-66

Lee Deighton, chairman of the board, Macmillan Co., on

behalf of the American Textbook Publishers Institute --- 66-79

Rex Stout, president, Authors League of America ---

79–114

Elizabeth Janeway, president, Authors Guild.---

98-101

John Hersey, on behalf of Authors League of America - 102-104

Irwin Karp, on behalf of Authors League of America - 104-109

Herman Wouk, on behalf of Authors League of America.-- 109-111

Dan Lacy, managing director, American Book Publishers

Council..

114-128

Horace S. Manges, counsel to American Book Publishers

Council..

128-153

THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1965.-

155-247

Statements by-

Alfred H. Wasserstrom, Magazine Publishers Association,

accompanied by Charles D. Ablard and Kendall Gillett, Jr. 155-170

Herman Finkelstein, American Society of Composers, Authors

& Publishers.

170-202

Sydney M. Kaye, chairman of the board and general counsel,

Broadcast Music, Inc., accompanied by Dr. Roger Sessions,
professor of music, Princeton University --

203-219

Albert F. Cianciminó, house counsel, SESAC, Inc.-

220-225

Avery Claflin, treasurer, American Composers Alliance - 225-227

Burton Lane, president, Will Dillon, and Leon Kellman,

American Guild of Authors & Composers..

228-247

FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1965..

249-314

Statements by-

Harriet F. Pilpel, on behalf of the American Society of

Magazine Photographers and the Society of Magazine

Writers.

249-259

David Linton, on behalf of the American Society of Magazine

Photographers.-

254-257

Tom Mahoney, on behalf of the Society of Magazine Writers. 257-258

Robert Emmett Dolan, on behalf of the Composers

Lyricists Guild of America.--

260-263

Leonard Zissu, on behalf of the Composers & Lyricists

Guild of America

264-275

Philip B. Wattenberg, on behalf of Music Publishers' Associ-

ation of the United States..

276-285

Ed Lorenz, on behalf of 13 music publishing firms.

281-285
Julian Abeles, Music Publishers Protection Association. 286-302
Edwin H. Morris, president, Edwin H. Morris & Co.--

296-302
Howard Hanson, president, National Music Council.. 303-308
Evelyn Burkey and James R. Webb, Writers Guild of

America, and Richard B. Jablow, Writers Guild of Amer-
ica and National Council of the Arts in Government.-- 308-39

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