1 Legislative History of the Copyright Limitations on Sound Recordings: P.L. 92-140 [i] (1971)

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COPYRIGHT LIMITATIONS
ON
SOUND RECORDINGS
P.L. 92-140                                    85 Stat. 391
NOTE: The legislative history of P.L. 92-140 is closely
intertwined with the history of P.L. 94-553,
Copyright Law Revision of 1976 (C 3).
PUBLIC LAW
29. Public Law 92-140 as approved October 15, 1971.
REPORTS
30. Senate Report No. 92-72 to accompany S.646, April 20, 1971.
31. House Report No. 92-487 to accompany S.646, Sept. 22, 1971.
RELATED REPORTS
See Leg. Hist. C 3 for full text of reports.
32. House Report No. 90-83 to accompany H.R. 2512, March 8, 1967.
(Excerpts)
33. House Report No. 89-2237 to accompany H.R. 4347, Oct. 12, 1966.
(Excerpts)
HEARINGS
34. Prohibiting Piracy of Sound Recordings, Hearings before
the Subcommittee No. 3 of the House Judiciary Committee
on S. 646 and H.R. 6927, 92nd Congress, 1st Session,
June 9 and 10, 1971.
BILLS
35. S. 646 as introduced by Mr. McClellan and Mr. Scott and
referred to the Senate Judiciary Committee, Feb. 8, 1971.
36. S. 646 as reported (Senate Report No. 92-72) April 20, 1971.
37. S. 646 as passed the Senate and referred to the House Judiciary
Committee, May 3, 1971.
38. S. 646 as reported (House Report No. 92-487) Sept. 22, 1971.

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