§ 1941a. Rubber Producing Facilities Disposal Commission 1

(a) Repealed. Pub. L. 89–554 § 8(a), Sept. 6, 1966, 80 Stat. 657
(b) Duties; sales contracts, instruments of conveyance, leases and additional powers
With respect to the Government-owned rubber-producing facilities it shall be the duty of the Commission, and it is authorized in accordance with the provisions of this Act [sections 1941 to 1941y of this Appendix]
(1) to invite and receive proposals for the purchase of the facilities; to negotiate for their sale and make recommendations therefor to the Congress; to enter into appropriate contracts for their sale, which contracts shall be binding upon the Government and the prospective purchasers upon their execution subject only to the further provisions of this Act [said sections]; and in the performance of such contracts to execute and deliver such deeds or other instruments appropriate to effectively transfer to the purchaser thereof title to the facilities, no matter by what officer, agent, department, Government corporation, or instrumentality of the United States the same is held;
(2) to lease and thereunder deliver possession of the alcohol butadiene facilities, if practicable; and
(3) to take such action and exercise such powers as may be necessary or appropriate to effectuate the purposes of this Act [said sections].
(c) Consultation with Attorney General
From the time of its appointment and throughout the course of the performance of its duties, the Commission shall consult and advise with the Attorney General in order
(1) to secure guidance as to the type of disposal program which would best foster the development of a free competitive synthetic rubber industry, and
(2) to supply the Attorney General with such information as he may deem requisite to enable him to provide the advice contemplated by this section and sections 9(a)(4) and 9 (f) of this Act [section 1941g (a)(4), (f) of this Appendix].
(d) Submission of disposal report to Attorney General
Before submission of its proposed disposal report to the Congress, as provided for in section 9 of this Act [section 1941g of this Appendix], the Commission shall submit it to the Attorney General, who shall within a reasonable time, in no event to exceed ninety days, after receiving such report, advise the Commission whether, in his opinion, the proposed disposition will violate the antitrust laws.
(e) Antitrust laws as unaffected
Nothing in this Act [sections 1941 to 1941y of this Appendix] shall impair, amend, or modify the antitrust laws or limit and prevent their application to persons who acquire property under the provisions of this Act [said sections]. As used in this section, the term “antitrust laws” includes the Act of July 2, 1890 (ch. 647, 26 Stat. 209), as amended [15 U.S.C. 1 to 7]; the Act of October 15, 1914 (ch. 323, 38 Stat. 730), as amended; the Federal Trade Commission Act [15 U.S.C. 41 et seq.]; and the Act of August 27, 1894 (ch. 349, secs. 73, 74, 28 Stat. 570), as amended [15 U.S.C. 8, 9].

[1] See Transfer of Functions note below.