§ MINOR AND CONSEQUENTIAL AMENDMENTS
|Section one.||At the beginning of the section there shall be inserted the words "Subject to the provisions of this Act"; and at the end of the section, for the words "not made for purposes of trade" there shall be substituted the words "made for his private and domestic use only".|
|Section three.||For the words "records or" there shall be substituted the words "records, cinematograph films".|
|Section four.||At the end of the definition of the expression "record" there shall be inserted the words "including the soundtrack of a cinematograph film" and at the end of the section there shall be inserted the following definitions: —|
|("The expression 'cinematograph film' means any print, negative, tape or other article on which a performance of a dramatic or musical work or part thereof is recorded for the purposes of visual reproduction, and any reference to the making of a cinematograph film is a reference to the carrying out of any process whereby such a performance or part thereof is so recorded:|
|The expression 'broadcast' means broadcast by wireless telegraphy (within the meaning of the Wireless Telegraphy Act. 1949), whether by way of sound broadcasting or of television".)|
§ Fifth Schedule, page 69, line 19, leave out from ("in") to ("subsection") in line 20 and insert ("subsection (2) or")
§ line 23, leave out from ("in") to ("subsection") in line 24.
§ page 70, line 19, leave out ("does") and insert ("and the Schedule (False Registration of Industrial Designs) to this Act do")
§ page 71, line 20, leave out from ("made") to end of line 30.
§ page 72, line 26, leave out from ("shall") to end of line 27 and insert ("apply to any infringement of copyright under the Act of 1911, or shall affect any proceedings under that Act, whether begun before or after the commencement of that section")
§ line 36. at end insert—
§ ("22. Section (Proceedings in case of copyright subject to exclusive licence) shall not apply to any licence granted before the commencement of that section, and shall not affect any proceedings under the Act of 1911. whether begun before or after the commencement of that section")
§ line 38, leave out ("the") and insert ("any".)
§ page 73, line 44, leave out from ("subsection") to ("of") in line 45 and insert ("(1)")
§ page 74, line 32, leave out ("made") and insert ("taken")
§ page 75, line 43, leave out from ("including") to end of line 44, and insert ("those specified in sub-paragraph (3) of this paragraph")1225
§ page 76, line 2, leave out from first ("of") to end of line 3. and insert ("those specified in sub-paragraph (3) of this paragraph".
§ (3) The said acts are—
- (a) performing the work or an adaptation thereof in public;
- (b) broadcasting the work or an adaptation thereof;
- (c) causing the work or an adaptation thereof to be transmitted to subscribers to a diffusion service")
§ LORD MANCROFT
My Lords, I will certainly move Amendments Nos. 101 to 114 en bloc. I should like to thank the noble Lord, Lord Lucas of Chilworth, for his friendly remarks. To some of us it will riot seem the same not to have the Copyright Bill somewhere around your Lordships' House. We have had most interesting debates on the Bill, and to those debates I he noble Lord, Lord Lucas of. Chilworth. has been one of the most frequent and welcome contributors. I beg to move that the House doth agree with the Commons in the said Amendments.
§ Moved, That the House doth agree with the Commons in the said Amendments.—(Lord Mancroft.)
§ THE LORD CHANCELLOR
My Lords, I should not like this occasion to pass without saying just one word. My noble friend Lord Mancroft has paid a well-merited tribute to the noble Lord, Lord Lucas of Chilworth. I think your Lordships will have in mind that this is only one of three major Bills—I refer to the Restrictive Practices Bill, the Road Traffic Bill and this Copyright Bill—with which the noble Lord, Lord Lucas of Chilworth, has dealt in this Session, as well as performing other duties. I feel sure that I speak for the whole House, irrespective of Party, when I say that we appreciate immensely the service the noble Lord, Lord Lucas of Chilworth, has done to your Lordships' House in the unstinting care arid work he has put into these Bills. I hope the noble Lord will take what my noble friend Lord Mancroft 1226 and I have said as the most genuine tributes to hard and unselfish work.