equipment and which will not impair the quality of television reception or signal distribution capability of the system and will not cause damage to or impair the efficiency of Jerrold equipment used in the system, And provided further that defendants shall keep such list current and up to date until such time as defendants notify the plaintiff in writing that they no longer wish to avail themselves of the election specified in this subparagraph (D).
(E) Requiring, urging, or influencing their distributors or sales representatives:
(1) To refuse to sell any item of Jerrold equipment to persons using equipment manufactured or sold by persons other than Jerrold;
(2) To require, as a condition for the sale of Jerrold equipment,
(a) that the purchaser thereof subscribe to Jerrold services, or
(b) that the purchaser thereof buy any additional Jerrold equipment.
The defendants are enjoined and restrained, until April 2, 1962, from acquiring, directly or indirectly, any shares of the stock or assets of, or any controlling, ownership or managerial interest in any community television antenna system already built at the time of the proposed acquisition, except (1) with the approval of the plaintiff or (2) after an affirmative showing to the satisfaction of this court, upon not less than 10 days' notice to the plaintiff, that the effect of such acquisition will not be substantially to lessen competition or tend to create a monopoly in the manufacture, distribution or sale of equipment.
The defendants are enjoined and restrained from coercing or forcing or attempting to coerce or force any person to buy Jerrold equipment or services by threatening to build or assist others in building a competing community television antenna system or by any other threats of economic or other reprisal.
For the purpose of securing compliance with this final judgment and for no other purpose, duly authorized representatives of the Department of Justice shall, upon written request of the Attorney General or the Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Antitrust Division, and on reasonable notice to any defendant made to its principal office, be permitted (1) access during the office hours of such defendant to those books, ledgers, accounts, correspondence, memoranda and other records and documents in the possession or under the control of the defendant which relate to any of the subject matters contained in this final judgment, and (2) subject to the reasonable convenience of the defendant and without restraint or interference from it, to interview officers or employees of said defendant, who may have counsel present.
Any defendant, upon the written request of the Attorney General or the Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Antitrust Division, made to its principal office, shall submit such written reports with respect to any of the matters contained in this final judgment applicable to such defendant as from time to time may be necessary for the enforcement of this final judgment.
No information obtained by the means provided in this Section VIII shall be divulged by any representative of the Department of Justice to any person other than a duly authorized employee of the Executive Branch of the plaintiff, except in the course of legal proceedings to which the United States of America is a party for the purpose of securing compliance with this final judgment or as otherwise required by law.
Jurisdiction is retained for the purpose of enabling any party to this final judgment to apply to this court at any time for such further orders and directions as may be necessary or appropriate for the construction or carrying out of this final judgment, for the modification of any of the provisions thereof, and for the enforcement of compliance therewith and punishment of violations thereof.
Judgment is entered against the defendants for all costs to be taxed in this proceeding.