[bksvol-discuss] Re: Help with a copyright

Hi Cindy,

I searched it out because most libraries and book stores will tell you the date published, and sometimes the copyright date, but I've yet to find one that will tell you who holds the copyright.
Of course, as things usually turn out, the first 2 books I looked up were printed in the U.K. and never in the U.S, so no joy there.
I should mention that the U.S. Copyright web site is only online weekdays until 5P.M. EST on Fridays, and it takes a while for books to make it into the DataBase.


Dave

At 01:19 PM 10/22/2004, you wrote:
Dave, this is cool. I'm glad to have the site. I never thought to look for the copyright office. This will help with other books, too. SInce it gives that the book
was registered on the 15Oct2001 that gives the official copyright date; I think would could assume, too, since Seven Layne seems to be the claimant, that he
holds the copyright.


CIndy

> I found the following info at:
> http://www.copyright.gov/records/cohm.html
>
> This is the U.S. Copyright Office, which is part of the Library Of Congress.
>
> HTH
>
> Dave
>
> Title:
>
> The teacher's night before Christmas / by Steven L. Layne ; illustrated by
> aJames Rice.
> Imprint:
>
> Gretna, LA : Pelican Pub. Co., 2001.
> Description:
>
> 1 v.
> Claimant:
>
> on text; acSteven L. Layne
> Created:
>
> 2001
> Published:
>
> 15Oct01
> Registered:
>
> 30Oct01
>
> At 11:06 AM 10/22/2004, you wrote:


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