I wanted to expand on copyright issues a bit, after discussing this more with Carrie. As many of you know, copyright notice is required as part of the Chafee Amendment, specifically we must "include a copyright notice identifying the copyright owner and the date of the original publication." So, the problem comes up on occasion, especially with older books, on exactly who the copyright owner is when the title or similar pages don't say. Our goal is to be diligent about getting this right, but I believe that we don't have to reject books based on this. We should be able to search the U.S. Copyright Office, Library of Congress and WorldCat.org to see what the copyright owner and date of original publication is. In this case of the book Ideas and beliefs of the Victorians: an historic revaluation of the Victorian Age, the author seemed to be the British Broadcasting Corporation and the publisher Sylvan Press. The date of original publication was clearly 1949. So, I voted for Sylvan Press as the copyright owner: basically a default to publisher policy if the copyright owner isn't clearly indicated in the book itself or these three authoritative data sources. If we're wrong, and the BBC contacts us to make this point, we change it. The odds of this happening are pretty darn long, and the difference is minor: our users still get access to this book in the U.S. under Chafee. I'll check with our real attorney to confirm this as a reasonable policy. Jim To unsubscribe from this list send a blank Email to bksvol-discuss-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx put the word 'unsubscribe' by itself in the subject line. To get a list of available commands, put the word 'help' by itself in the subject line.