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“(1) A ‘coin-operated phonorecord player' is a

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machine or device that

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(A) is employed solely for the performance

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of non-dramatic musical works by means of pho

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norecords upon being activated by insertion of coins, currency, tokens, or other monetary units

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or their equivalent;

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“(B) is located in an establishment making

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no direct or indirect charge for admission;

“(C) is accompanied by a list of the titles of

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all the musical works available for performance on it, which list is affixed to the phonorecord player

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"(D) affords a choice of works available for

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performance and permits the choice to be made by the patrons of the establishment in which it is

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"(2) An'operator' is any person who, alone or

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“(B) has the power to make a coin-operated phonorecord player available for placement in an

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establishment for purposes of public performance;

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or

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“(C) has the power to exercise primary control over the selection of the musical works

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made available for public performance on a coin-
operated phonorecord player."; and
(6) by adding at the end thereof the following new

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section:

9 "8 119. Scope of exclusive rights in architectural works

10 “(a) The exclusive rights of a copyright owner in an 11 architectural work shall apply only to the artistic character 12 and artistic design of the work, and shall not extend to proc

13 esses or methods of construction.

14 "(b) The copyright in an architectural work does not 15 include the right to prevent the making, distributing, or 16 public display of pictures, paintings, photographs, or other 17 pictorial representations of the work, when the work is 18 erected in a location accessible to the public.

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"(c) The owner of a copyright in an architectural

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(1) shall not be entitled to obtain an injunction

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under section 502 of this title to restrain the construc

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tion or use of an infringing building, if construction has

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“(2) may not obtain a court order, under chapter

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5 of this title, requiring that an infringing building be

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4 “(a) It is not an infringement of copyright in an archi5 tectural work for the owner of a building embodying such

6 architectural work, without the consent of the author or

7 copyright owner, to make or authorize the making of alter8 ations to such building, in order to enhance the utility of the 9 building.”. 10

(b) Conforming Amendment.—The table of sections at 11 the beginning of such chapter is amended by adding at the 12 end thereof the following:

"119. Scope of exclusive rights in architectural works.".

13 SEC. 4. RECORDATION.

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Section 205 of title 17, United States Code, is

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(1) by striking out subsection (d); and
(2) by redesignating subsections (e) and (f) as sub-

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sections (d) and (e), respectively.

19 SEC. 5. NOTICE OF COPYRIGHT.

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(a) VISUALLY PERCEPTIBLE COPIES.-Section 401 of

21 title 17, United States Code, is amended

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(1) by striking out “shall” in subsection (a), and

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(2) by striking out “The notice appearing on the
copies shall” in subsection (b), and inserting in lieu
thereof “If a notice appears on the copies, it may'';

(3) by striking out “The notice” in subsection (c),
and inserting in lieu thereof “Any notice referred to in

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subsection (a)”; and

(4) by adding at the end thereof the following new

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subsection:

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“(d) EVIDENTIABY WEIGHT OF NOTICE.—No weight

10 shall be given to the interposition of a defense based on 'inno-

11 cent infringement' in mitigation of actual or statutory dam-

12 ages, or of other relief authorized by this title, if notice of

13 copyright, in the form specified by this section, appears on
14 the published copy or copies to which a defendant in the
15 copyright infringement suit has access.”.

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(b) PHONORECORDS OF SOUND RECORDINGS.-Section

17 402 of title 17, United States Code, is amended-
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(1) by striking out “shall” in subsection (a), and
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(2) by striking out “The notice appearing on the
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phonorecords shall” in subsection (b), and inserting in
22 lieu thereof “If a notice appears on the phonorecords,
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it may";
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(3) by striking out “The notice” in subsection (c),
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(4) by adding at the end thereof the following new

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3 “(d) EVIDENTIARY WEIGHT OF NOTICE.—No weight
4 shall be given to the interposition of a defense based on 'inno-

5 cent infringement' in mitigation of actual or statutory dam-

6 ages, or of other relief authorized by this title, if notice of

7 copyright, in the form specified by this section, appears on
8 the published phonorecord or phonorecords to which a de-
9 fendant in the copyright infringement suit has access.”.

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(c) PUBLICATIONS INCORPORATING UNITED STATES

11 GOVERNMENT WORK8.-Section 403 of title 17, United

12 States Code, is amended by striking out “the notice of copy-
13 right” and all that follows through “title.” and inserting in
14 lieu thereof “such copies or phonorecords shall prominently
15 display a statement identifying those portions of the copies or

16 phonorecords that constitute a work of the United States

17 Government, in accordance with regulations issued by the
18 Copyright Office.”.

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(d) CONTRIBUTIONS TO COLLECTIVE WORKS.-Sec-

20 tion 404 of title 17, United States Code, and the heading for

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