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LC-PCC PS for 2.3.7
EARLIER TITLE PROPER
CORE ELEMENT FOR LC/PCC unless applying the alternative when the changes are numerous
[2017-07]
LC-PCC PS for 2.3.7.3
RECORDING EARLIER TITLES PROPER
Earlier Titles Proper for Electronic Serials That Don't Retain Earlier Titles
LC practice/PCC practice: If an electronic serial is reformatted so that all evidence of the earlier title is removed, record the earlier titles proper in a MARC field 247 with indicators 11. Also give the earlier title proper if an aggregator presents a range of issues and does not retain earlier titles.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Existing record
245 10 $a Legal medicine open file ...
Same record updated
245 10 $a Legal medicine
247 11 $a Legal medicine open file $f 1992-1996
336 ## $a text $b txt $2 rdacontent
337 ## $a computer $b c $2 rdamedia
338 ## $a online resource $b cr $2 rdacarrier
547 ## $a Issues published from 1992-1996 with the title "Legal medicine open file" have been reformatted with the new title: Legal medicine
 
 
 
[2014-08]
LC-PCC PS for 2.3.8
LATER TITLE PROPER
CORE ELEMENT FOR LC/PCC unless applying the alternative when the changes are numerous
[2012-05]
LC-PCC PS for 2.3.9
KEY TITLE
CORE ELEMENT FOR LC
Key title is a core element for LC in conjunction with ISSN assignment.
[2010-04]
LC-PCC PS for 2.3.10
ABBREVIATED TITLE
CORE ELEMENT FOR LC
Abbreviated title is a core element for the U.S. ISSN Center for an abbreviated key title in conjunction with ISSN assignment for scientific and technical publications.
[2015-01]
LC-PCC PS for 2.4.1.4
OPTION
LC practice/PCC practice for Optional omission: Generally do not abridge a statement of responsibility. Essential information that should not be omitted includes words or phrases that are considered part of a person's name or provide identifying elements often used in an authorized access point. (For example, terms indicating a familial relationship such as "Jr." or a title of nobility such as "Duke of Norfolk.")
[2017-03]
LC-PCC PS for 2.4.1.5
OPTION
LC practice/PCC practice for Optional omission: Generally do not omit names in a statement of responsibility.
[2012-09]
LC-PCC PS for 2.4.2
STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITY RELATING TO TITLE PROPER
LC practice/PCC practice for Core element: For monographs, only the first recorded statement of responsibility relating to title proper is required, but catalogers are encouraged to transcribe (or record in a note) any other statements of responsibility that aid in resource discovery, identification, and selection. For serials, statement of responsibility relating to the title proper is not required. Usage of variant names appearing in a statement of responsibility on later issues may be recorded in MARC field 550, or in MARC 4XX fields in authority records. 
PCC practice for Core element: For rare materials, generally transcribe all statements of responsibility relating to title proper appearing on the source of information. For rare serials, make a note in MARC field 550 to record changes in a statement of responsibility on later issues; see DCRM(S) 1E15. For rare atlases, rare books, and rare music, if a statement of responsibility relating to title proper has been transposed from its presentation in the source of information, see also 2.17.3.
[2017-03]
LC-PCC PS for 2.5.1.6.1
MULTIPART MONOGRAPHS
LC practice: Also apply the instruction about changes in edition statements when one or more volumes of a multipart monograph has been issued in a new edition and
1.
The publisher supplies such volumes at the same time or
2.
There is explicit evidence that one or more of the volumes is continuously revised (typical of some legal publications) or
3.
The specific case clearly warrants such treatment.
In such cases, always record the first or earliest edition statement in MARC field 250, and record information about other edition statements in a note (see Policy Statement 2.17.4.5.1).
[2014-02]
LC-PCC PS for 2.5.2
DESIGNATION OF EDITION
PCC practice for Core element: For rare music, transcribe as an edition statement the music presentation statement as defined by DCRM(M) 3B.
[2015-01]
LC-PCC PS for 2.5.4
STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITY RELATING TO EDITION
CORE ELEMENT FOR PCC
PCC practice: Statement of responsibility relating to edition is a core element for PCC for rare materials.
[2017-03]
LC-PCC PS for 2.6.2.3
ALTERNATIVE
LC practice/PCC practice for Alternative: Apply the alternative to make a note. For rare materials, apply the alternative only if the first issue is not available (see DCRM(S) 3A1, 3B).
[2015-09]
LC-PCC PS for 2.6.3
CHRONOLOGICAL DESIGNATION OF FIRST ISSUE OR PART OF SEQUENCE
LC-practice/PCC practice for Core element:
Transcribe captions and months as found.
If numbering is not present or known, give the beginning date of publication or the copyright date.
If numbering includes both issue number and date, put parentheses around the date.  
Include new series designations, changes in numbering, etc., in MARC field 362 or MARC field 515, whichever is clearer.
[2015-01]
LC-PCC PS for 2.6.3.3
OPTION
LC practice/PCC practice for Optional addition: Add the corresponding date or dates in the Gregorian or Julian calendar. If dates have been recorded using the Hebrew script, the Gregorian or Julian calendar date may be added in both the non-Latin and romanized field, or only the romanized field.
[2015-07]
LC-PCC PS for 2.6.3.3
ALTERNATIVE
LC practice/PCC practice for Alternative: Apply the alternative to make a note. For rare materials, apply the alternative only if the first issue is not available (see DCRM(S) 3A1, 3B).
[2015-09]
LC-PCC PS for 2.6.4.3
ALTERNATIVE
LC practice/PCC practice for Alternative: Apply the alternative to make a note. For rare materials, apply the alternative only if the first issue is not available (see DCRM(S) 3A1, 3B).
[2015-09]
LC-PCC PS for 2.6.5
CHRONOLOGICAL DESIGNATION OF LAST ISSUE OR PART OF SEQUENCE
LC practice/PCC practice for Core element:
Transcribe captions and months as found.
If numbering is not present or known, give the ending date of publication or the copyright date.
If numbering includes both issue number and date, put parentheses around the date.
[2015-01]
LC-PCC PS for 2.6.5.3
ALTERNATIVE
LC practice/PCC practice for Alternative: Apply the alternative to make a note. For rare materials, apply the alternative only if the first issue is not available (see DCRM(S) 3A1, 3B).
[2015-09]
LC-PCC PS for 2.7.1.5
RECORDING CHANGES IN PRODUCTION STATEMENTS
LC practice/PCC practice: When recording changes in production statements, use additional MARC 264 fields when instructed to "make a note" in 2.7.1.5.1-2.7.1.5.3 and the production elements can be transcribed according to RDA instructions; use MARC 500 fields when following the alternatives in 2.7.1.5.1, Alternative-2.7.1.5.3, Alternative to "make a general note" because changes have been numerous or when circumstances do not allow RDA-compliant transcriptions of production elements. See PCC Guidelines for the 264 Field.
[2015-09]
LC-PCC PS for 2.7.2
PLACE OF PRODUCTION
CORE ELEMENT FOR PCC
Place of production is a core element for PCC for rare materials in unpublished form.
[2016-07]
LC-PCC PS for 2.7.2.6
PLACE OF PRODUCTION NOT IDENTIFIED IN THE MANIFESTATION
LC practice/PCC practice: If the place or probable place of production has a name that has changed over time, supply the name in use at the time of production, if known.  If considered necessary for identification, record the current name of the place in a note (see 2.17.6).
[2017-01]
LC-PCC PS for 2.7.4.3
OPTION
LC practice/PCC practice for Optional omission: Generally do not omit levels in corporate hierarchy.
[2014-02]
LC-PCC PS for 2.7.4.4
OPTION
LC practice/PCC practice for Optional addition: Generally do not apply the option, unless a more specific function than those already provided by field 264 second indicator is desired.
[2013-01]
LC-PCC PS for 2.7.6
DATE OF PRODUCTION
PCC practice: For archival materials, additional guidance may be found in DACS 2.4. For rare materials, transcribe date(s) of production found in the resource.
[2016-07]
LC-PCC PS for 2.7.6.3
OPTION
LC practice/PCC practice for Optional addition: Add the corresponding date or dates of the Gregorian or Julian calendar. If dates have been recorded using the Hebrew script, the Gregorian or Julian calendar date may be added in both the non-Latin and romanized field, or only the romanized field.
[2015-07]
LC-PCC PS for 2.7.6.4
OPTION
LC practice/PCC practice for Optional addition: Apply the alternative.
[2012-09]
LC-PCC PS for 2.7.6.4
ALTERNATIVE
LC practice/PCC practice for Alternative: Record a supplied date in numerals instead of giving the chronogram.
[2012-09]
LC-PCC PS for 2.8.1.1
SCOPE
Government Printers
LC practice/PCC practice: When a government printer or government printing office is named on the resource and there is no evidence that its function is not that of a publisher, record it as the publisher. If, however, another body also appears on the resource and the government printing office is named only in a less prominent position and the name is not accompanied by a statement of manufacture/printing or distribution, the likelihood is greater that it functions only as manufacturer/printer or distributor and that the other body is the publisher.
Privately Printed Works
LC practice/PCC practice: Treat privately printed resources as published resources even if they have been made available only to a very limited group (e.g., a keepsake for dinner guests or a Christmas greeting for friends). Treat the person or body issuing the resource, whether a commercial publisher, a private press, or a person or group for whom it may have been printed, as the publisher. If it is stated in the resource that it has been privately printed, this fact may be expressed in a note (RDA 2.17.7). Note: Private presses should be considered publishers of the items they print if there is no evidence to the contrary in the resource or in reference sources consulted.
[2014-02]
LC-PCC PS for 2.8.1.5
RECORDING CHANGES IN PUBLICATION STATEMENTS
LC practice/PCC practice: When recording changes in publication statements, use additional MARC 264 fields when instructed to "make a note" in 2.8.1.5.1-2.8.1.5.3 and the publication elements can be transcribed according to RDA instructions; use MARC 500 fields when following the alternatives in 2.8.1.5.1, Alternative-2.8.1.5.3, Alternative to "make a general note" because changes have been numerous or when circumstances do not allow RDA-compliant transcriptions of publication elements. See PCC Guidelines for the 264 Field.
[2015-12]
LC-PCC PS for 2.8.2
PLACE OF PUBLICATION
Rare Materials
PCC practice for Core element: For rare materials, generally transcribe all places of publication (see DCRM(B,C,G,M,S) 4B6). If a place of publication is known to be fictitious or incorrect, supply a correction in square brackets (see DCRM(B,C,G,M,S) 4B9).
CIP Cataloging
LC practice for Core element: If the first place of publication is not in the U.S., and all places of publication are not being recorded for CIP records, also record the first U.S. place of publication. Apply this requirement at both the CIP galley and CIP verification stages.
[2016-07]
LC-PCC PS for 2.8.2.2
SOURCES OF INFORMATION
CIP Cataloging
LC practice: Use the information supplied by the publisher on the eCIP Traffic Manager's data view as the source of information for the sub elements in the Publication statement, Distribution statement, and Manufacture statement when cataloging CIPs at the galley stage. A cataloger may make any adjustment to the supplied information judged appropriate to reflect more nearly the data provided in the galley.
At the CIP verification stage, adjust these statements, if necessary, according to normal sources of information instructions used for non-CIP and post-CIP cataloging.
[2012-09]
LC-PCC PS for 2.8.2.6
PLACE OF PUBLICATION NOT IDENTIFIED IN THE MANIFESTATION
LC practice/PCC practice: Supply a probable place of publication if possible rather than give “[Place of publication not identified].”
If the place or probable place of publication has a name that has changed over time, supply the name in use at the time of publication, if known. 
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
264 #1 $a [Saigon] : $b Republic of Vietnam, Prime Minister's Office, National Police Command, $c 1972.
not
264 #1 $a [Ho Chi Minh City] : $b Republic of Vietnam, Prime Minister's Office, National Policy Command, $c 1972.
Saigon's name was changed to Ho Chi Minh City in 1976. Option to include the name of larger jurisdiction was not applied.
 
 
 
If considered necessary for identification, record the current name of the place in a note (see 2.17.7).
[2017-01]
LC-PCC PS for 2.8.4
PUBLISHER'S NAME
PCC practice for Core element: For rare materials, generally transcribe all publishers' names (see DCRM(B,C,G,M,S) 4C6). If a publisher's name is known to be fictitious or incorrect, supply a correction in square brackets (see DCRM(B,C,G,M,S) 4C5).
[2016-07]
LC-PCC PS for 2.8.4.2
SOURCES OF INFORMATION
CIP Cataloging
LC practice: Use the information supplied by the publisher on the eCIP Traffic Manager's data view as the source of information for the sub elements in the Publication statement, Distribution statement, and Manufacture statement when cataloging CIPs at the galley stage. A cataloger may make any adjustment to the supplied information judged appropriate to reflect more nearly the data provided in the galley.
At the CIP verification stage, adjust these statements, if necessary, according to normal sources of information instructions used for non-CIP and post-CIP cataloging.
[2012-09]
LC-PCC PS for 2.8.4.3
OPTION
LC practice/PCC practice for Optional omission: Generally do not omit levels in corporate hierarchy.
[2014-02]
LC-PCC PS for 2.8.4.4
OPTION
LC practice/PCC practice for Optional addition: Generally do not apply the option, unless a more specific function than those already provided by field 264 second indicator is desired.
[2013-01]
LC-PCC PS for 2.8.6
DATE OF PUBLICATION
PCC practice for Core element: For rare materials, transcribe date(s) of publication found in the resource (see DCRM(B,C,G,M,S) 4D1). If a date of publication is known to be fictitious or incorrect, supply the correct year in square brackets (see DCRM(B,C,G,M) 4D2.4; DCRM(S) 4D2.3)
[2016-07]
LC-PCC PS for 2.8.6.2
SOURCES OF INFORMATION
CIP Cataloging
LC practice: Use the information supplied by the publisher on the eCIP Traffic Manager's data view as the source of information for the sub elements in the Publication statement, Distribution statement, and Manufacture statement when cataloging CIPs at the galley stage. Take the date of publication from the year given in the "projected publication date."
A cataloger may make any adjustment to the publisher-supplied information judged appropriate to reflect more nearly the data provided in the galley.
At the CIP verification stage, adjust these statements, if necessary, according to normal sources of information instructions used for non-CIP and post-CIP cataloging.
[2012-09]
LC-PCC PS for 2.8.6.3
OPTION
LC practice/PCC practice for Optional addition: Add the corresponding date or dates of the Gregorian or Julian calendar. If dates have been recorded using the Hebrew script, the Gregorian or Julian calendar date may be added in both the non-Latin and romanized field, or only the romanized field.
[2015-07]
LC-PCC PS for 2.8.6.4
OPTION
LC practice/PCC practice for Optional addition: Apply the alternative.
[2012-09]
LC-PCC PS for 2.8.6.4
ALTERNATIVE
LC practice/PCC practice for Alternative: Record a supplied date in numerals instead of giving the chronogram.
[2012-09]
LC-PCC PS for 2.8.6.6
DATE OF PUBLICATION NOT IDENTIFIED IN THE MANIFESTATION
Items Lacking a Publication Date
LC practice/PCC practice: Supply a date of publication if possible, using the guidelines below, rather than give “[date of publication not identified].” Follow the instructions in 1.9.2 for supplied dates, including the use of the question mark with probable dates.
A. If an item lacking a publication date contains only a copyright date, apply the following in the order listed:
1.
Supply a date of publication that corresponds to the copyright date, in square brackets, if it seems reasonable to assume that date is a likely publication date.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Title page verso
Copyright ©2009
Prefaced signed
June 2009
Date of publication
not given
Transcription
264 #1 $a … $b … $c [2009]
008/06 Type of date
s
008/07-10
2009
008/11-14
####
 
 
 
2.
If the copyright date is for the year following the year in which the publication is received, supply a date of publication that corresponds to the copyright date.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Title page verso
©2009
Item received in
2008
Date of publication
not given
Transcription
264 #1 $a … $b ... $c [2009]
264 #4 $c ©2009
008/06 Type of date
t
008/07-10
2009
008/11-14
2009
Example shows optional inclusion of copyright date
 
 
 
B. If an item lacking a publication date contains a copyright date and a date of manufacture and the year is the same for both, supply a date of publication that corresponds to that date, in square brackets, if it seems reasonable to assume that date is a likely publication date.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Title page verso
©1980 // 1980 printing
Date of publication
not given
Transcription
264 #1 $a … $b … $c [1980]
008/06 Type of date
s
008/07-10
1980
008/11-14
####
 
 
 
C. If an item lacking a publication date contains a copyright date and a date of manufacture and the years differ, supply a date of publication that corresponds to the copyright date, in square brackets, if it seems reasonable to assume that date is a likely publication date. A manufacture date may also be recorded as part of a manufacture statement, or recorded as part of a Note on issue, part, or iteration used as the basis for identification of a manifestation (See 2.17.13), if determined useful by the cataloger.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Title page verso
©1978 // Sixth Printing 1980
Preface signed
June 1978
Date of publication
not given
Transcription
264 #1 $a … $b … $c [1978]
588 ## $a Description based on sixth printing, 1980.
008/06 Type of date
s
008/07-10
1978
008/11-14
####
Example shows optional inclusion of Note on issue, part, or iteration used as the basis for identification of the resource
 
 
 
D. If an item lacking a publication date contains only a date of distribution, apply the following in the order listed:
1.
Supply a date of publication that corresponds to the distribution date, in square brackets, if it seems reasonable to assume that date is a likely publication date. Also record a date of distribution as part of a distribution statement if determined useful by the cataloger.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Title page verso
Distributed 2008
Bibliography includes
citations to 2007 publications
Date of publication
not given
Transcription
264 #1 $a London : $b Gay Mens Press, $c [2008]
264 #2 $a Chicago, IL :$b Distributed in North America by InBook/LPC Group, $c 2008.
008/06 Type of date
s
008/07-10
2008
008/11-14
####
Example shows optional inclusion of Distribution statement
 
 
 
2.
If it does not seem reasonable to assume that the distribution date is a likely publication date, supply a date of publication, in square brackets, based on the information provided. Also record the distribution date as part of a distribution statement if determined useful by the cataloger.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Title page verso
Distributed in the USA in 1999
Preface signed
London, January 1993
Date of publication
not given
Transcription
264 #1 $a … $b … $c [between 1993 and 1999]
008/06 Type of date
q
008/07-10
1993
008/11-14
1999
 
 
 
E. If an item lacking a publication date contains only a date of manufacture, apply the following in the order listed:
1.
Supply a date of publication that corresponds to the manufacture date, in square brackets, if it seems reasonable to assume that date is a likely publication date. For books, this means that the item is assumed to be the first printing of the edition. Also record the manufacture date as part of a manufacture statement if determined useful by the cataloger.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Title page verso
First Printing 1980
Date of publication
not given
Transcription
264 #1 $a … $b … $c [1980]
008/06 Type of date
s
008/07-10
1980
008/11-14
####
 
 
 
2.
If the date of manufacture given implies that it is not likely the same as the date of publication, supply a date of publication, in square brackets, using the information provided. A manufacture date may also be recorded as part of a manufacture statement, or recorded as part of a Note on issue, part, or iteration used as the basis for identification of a manifestation (See 2.17.13), if determined useful by the cataloger.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Title page verso
15th Impression 1980
Date of publication
not given
Transcription
264 #1 $a … $b … $c [not after 1980]
588 ## $a Description based on 15th impression, 1980.
008/06 Type of date
q
008/07-10
uuuu
008/11-14
1980
Example shows optional inclusion of Note on issue, part, or iteration used as the basis for identification of the resource
 
 
 
[2017-01]
LC-PCC PS for 2.9
DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT
CORE ELEMENT FOR PCC
Distribution statement is a core element for PCC for rare materials when present in the resource.
[2015-03]
LC-PCC PS for 2.9.1.1
SCOPE
Government Printers
LC practice/PCC practice: When a government printer or government printing office is named on the resource and there is no evidence that its function is not that of a publisher, record it as the publisher. If, however, another body also appears on the resource and the government printing office is named only in a less prominent position and the name is not accompanied by a statement of manufacture/printing or distribution, the likelihood is greater that it functions only as manufacturer/printer or distributor and that the other body is the publisher.
[2012-09]
LC-PCC PS for 2.9.1.4
RECORDING DISTRIBUTION STATEMENTS
United States Government Publishing Office
LC practice: For resources from the United States Government Publishing Office (GPO), retain the distribution statement indicating that the item is for sale by the Superintendent of Documents, because only a portion of GPO's resources is distributed in that manner.
[2017-03]
LC-PCC PS for 2.9.1.5
RECORDING CHANGES IN DISTRIBUTION STATEMENTS
LC practice/PCC practice: When recording changes in distribution statements, use additional MARC 264 fields when instructed to "make a note" in 2.9.1.5.1-2.9.1.5.3 and the distribution elements can be transcribed according to RDA instructions; use MARC 500 fields when following the alternatives in 2.9.1.5.1, Alternative-2.9.1.5.3, Alternative to "make a general note" because changes have been numerous or when circumstances do not allow RDA-compliant transcriptions of distribution elements. See PCC Guidelines for the 264 Field.
[2015-09]
LC-PCC PS for 2.9.2
PLACE OF DISTRIBUTION
CORE ELEMENT FOR PCC
Place of distribution is a core element for PCC for rare materials when present in the resource.
PCC practice: For rare materials, generally transcribe all places of distribution (see DCRM(B,C,G,M) 4B6). If a place of distribution is known to be fictitious or incorrect, supply a correction in square brackets (see DCRM(B,C,G,M) 4B9). If no place of distribution appears in the resource, supplying the place of distribution or recording "[Place of distribution not identified]" is not required.
[2016-09]
LC-PCC PS for 2.9.2.2
SOURCES OF INFORMATION
CIP Cataloging
LC practice: Use the information supplied by the publisher on the eCIP Traffic Manager's data view as the source of information for the sub elements in the Publication statement, Distribution statement, and Manufacture statement when cataloging CIPs at the galley stage. A cataloger may make any adjustment to the supplied information judged appropriate to reflect more nearly the data provided in the galley.
At the CIP verification stage, adjust these statements, if necessary, according to normal sources of information instructions used for non-CIP and post-CIP cataloging.
[2012-09]
LC-PCC PS for 2.9.2.6
PLACE OF DISTRIBUTION NOT IDENTIFIED IN THE MANIFESTATION
LC practice/PCC practice:  If the place or probable place of distribution has a name that has changed over time, supply the name in use at the time of distribution, if known.  If considered necessary for identification, record the current name of the place in a note (see 2.17.8).
[2017-01]
LC-PCC PS for 2.9.4
DISTRIBUTOR'S NAME
CORE ELEMENT FOR PCC
Distributor’s name is a core element for PCC for rare materials when present in the resource.
PCC practice: For rare materials, generally transcribe all distributors' names (see DCRM(B,C,G,M,S) 4C6). If a distributor's name is known to be fictitious or incorrect, supply a correction in square brackets (see DCRM(B,C,G,M,S) 4C5). If no distributor’s name appears in the resource, supplying the distributor's name or recording "[distributor not identified]" is not required.
[2016-07]
LC-PCC PS for 2.9.4.2
SOURCES OF INFORMATION
CIP Cataloging
LC practice: Use the information supplied by the publisher on the eCIP Traffic Manager's data view as the source of information for the sub elements in the Publication statement, Distribution statement, and Manufacture statement when cataloging CIPs at the galley stage. A cataloger may make any adjustment to the supplied information judged appropriate to reflect more nearly the data provided in the galley.
At the CIP verification stage, adjust these statements, if necessary, according to normal sources of information instructions used for non-CIP and post-CIP cataloging.
[2012-09]
LC-PCC PS for 2.9.4.3
OPTION
LC practice/PCC practice for Optional omission: Generally do not omit levels in corporate hierarchy.
[2014-02]
LC-PCC PS for 2.9.4.4
OPTION
LC practice/PCC practice for Optional addition: Generally do not apply the option, unless a more specific function than those already provided by field 264 second indicator is desired.
[2013-01]
LC-PCC PS for 2.9.6
DATE OF DISTRIBUTION
CORE ELEMENT FOR PCC
Date of distribution is a core element for PCC for rare materials when present in the resource.
PCC practice: For rare materials, transcribe date(s) of distribution found in the resource (see DCRM(B,C,G,M,S) 4D1). If a date of distribution is known to be fictitious or incorrect, supply the correct year in square brackets (see DCRM(B,C,G,M) 4D2.4; DCRM(S) 4D2.3). If no date of distribution appears in the resource, supplying the date of distribution or recording "[date of distribution not identified]" is not required.
[2016-07]
LC-PCC PS for 2.9.6.2
SOURCES OF INFORMATION
CIP Cataloging
LC practice: Use the information supplied by the publisher on the eCIP Traffic Manager's data view as the source of information for the sub elements in the Publication statement, Distribution statement, and Manufacture statement when cataloging CIPs at the galley stage. A cataloger may make any adjustment to the supplied information judged appropriate to reflect more nearly the data provided in the galley.
At the CIP verification stage, adjust these statements, if necessary, according to normal sources of information instructions used for non-CIP and post-CIP cataloging.
[2012-09]
LC-PCC PS for 2.9.6.3
OPTION
LC practice/PCC practice for Optional addition: Add the corresponding date or dates of the Gregorian or Julian calendar. If dates have been recorded using the Hebrew script, the Gregorian or Julian calendar date may be added in both the non-Latin and romanized field, or only the romanized field.
[2015-07]
LC-PCC PS for 2.9.6.4
OPTION
LC practice/PCC practice for Optional addition: Apply the alternative.
[2010-02]
LC-PCC PS for 2.9.6.4
ALTERNATIVE
LC practice/PCC practice for Alternative: Record a supplied date in numerals instead of giving the chronogram.
[2012-09]
LC-PCC PS for 2.10
MANUFACTURE STATEMENT
CORE ELEMENT FOR PCC
Manufacture statement is a core element for PCC for rare materials when present in the resource, if appropriate.
[2015-03]
LC-PCC PS for 2.10.1.5
RECORDING CHANGES IN MANUFACTURE STATEMENTS
LC practice/PCC practice: When recording changes in manufacture statements, use additional MARC 264 fields when instructed to "make a note" in 2.10.1.5.1-2.10.1.5.3 and the manufacture elements can be transcribed according to RDA instructions; use MARC 500 fields when following the alternatives in 2.10.1.5.1, Alternative-2.10.1.5.3, Alternative to "make a general note" because changes have been numerous or when circumstances do not allow RDA-compliant transcriptions of manufacture elements. See PCC Guidelines for the 264 Field.
[2015-09]
LC-PCC PS for 2.10.2
PLACE OF MANUFACTURE
CORE ELEMENT FOR PCC
Place of manufacture is a core element for PCC for rare materials when present in the resource, if appropriate.
PCC practice: For rare materials, generally transcribe all places of manufacture if appropriate (see DCRM(B,C,G,M,S) 4E). If a place of manufacture is known to be fictitious or incorrect, supply a correction in square brackets. If no place of manufacture appears in the resource, supplying the place of manufacture or recording "[Place of manufacture not identified]" is not required.
[2016-07]
LC-PCC PS for 2.10.2.2
SOURCES OF INFORMATION
CIP Cataloging
LC practice: Use the information supplied by the publisher on the eCIP Traffic Manager's data view as the source of information for the sub elements in the Publication statement, Distribution statement, and Manufacture statement when cataloging CIPs at the galley stage. A cataloger may make any adjustment to the supplied information judged appropriate to reflect more nearly the data provided in the galley.
At the CIP verification stage, adjust these statements, if necessary, according to normal sources of information instructions used for non-CIP and post-CIP cataloging.
[2012-09]
LC-PCC PS for 2.10.2.6
PLACE OF MANUFACTURE NOT IDENTIFIED IN THE MANIFESTATION
LC practice/PCC practice: If the place or probable place of manufacture has a name that has changed over time, supply the name in use at the time of manufacture, if known.  If considered necessary for identification, record the current name of the place in a note (see 2.17.9).
[2017-01]
LC-PCC PS for 2.10.4
MANUFACTURER'S NAME
CORE ELEMENT FOR PCC
Manufacturer’s name is a core element for PCC for rare materials when present in the resource, if appropriate.
PCC practice: For rare materials, generally transcribe all manufacturers' names if appropriate (see DCRM(B,C,G,M,S) 4F). If a manufacturer's name is known to be fictitious or incorrect, supply a correction in square brackets. If no manufacturer’s name appears in the resource, supplying the manufacturer’s name or recording "[manufacturer not identified]" is not required.
[2016-07]
LC-PCC PS for 2.10.4.2
SOURCES OF INFORMATION
CIP Cataloging
LC practice: Use the information supplied by the publisher on the eCIP Traffic Manager's data view as the source of information for the sub elements in the Publication statement, Distribution statement, and Manufacture statement when cataloging CIPs at the galley stage. A cataloger may make any adjustment to the supplied information judged appropriate to reflect more nearly the data provided in the galley.
At the CIP verification stage, adjust these statements, if necessary, according to normal sources of information instructions used for non-CIP and post-CIP cataloging.
[2012-09]
LC-PCC PS for 2.10.4.3
OPTION
LC practice/PCC practice for Optional omission: Generally do not omit levels in corporate hierarchy.
[2014-02]
LC-PCC PS for 2.10.4.4
OPTION
LC practice/PCC practice for Optional addition: Generally do not apply the option, unless a more specific function than those already provided by field 264 second indicator is desired.
[2013-01]
LC-PCC PS for 2.10.6
DATE OF MANUFACTURE
CORE ELEMENT FOR PCC
Date of manufacture is a core element for PCC for rare materials when present in the resource, if appropriate.
Rare Materials
PCC practice: For rare materials, transcribe date(s) of manufacture found in the resource if appropriate (see DCRM(B,C,G,M,S) 4G). If a date of manufacture is known to be fictitious or incorrect, supply the correct year in square brackets. If no date of manufacture appears in the resource, supplying the date of manufacture or recording "[date of manufacture not identified]" is not required.
Items Lacking a Publication Date but Having a Date of Manufacture
LC practice:
A. If an item lacking a publication date contains a copyright date and a date of manufacture and the year is the same for both, supply a date of publication that corresponds to that date, in square brackets, if it seems reasonable to assume that date is a likely publication date. A manufacture date may also be recorded as part of a manufacture statement, or recorded as part of a Note on issue, part or iteration used as the basis for identification of a manifestation (See 2.17.13), if determined useful by the cataloger.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Title page verso
©1980 // 1980 printing
Date of publication
not given
Transcription
264 #1 $a … $b … $c [1980]
008/06 Type of date
s
008/07-10
1980
008/11-14
####
 
 
 
B. If an item lacking a publication date contains a copyright date and a date of manufacture and the years differ, supply a date of publication that corresponds to the copyright date, in square brackets, if it seems reasonable to assume that date is a likely publication date. A manufacture date may also be recorded as part of a manufacture statement, or recorded as part of a Note on issue, part, or iteration used as the basis for identification of a manifestation (See 2.17.13), if determined useful by the cataloger.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Title page verso
©1978 // Sixth Printing 1980
Preface signed
June 1978
Date of publication
not given
Transcription
264 #1 $a … $b … $c [1978]
588 ## $a Description based on sixth printing, 1980.
008/06 Type of date
s
008/07-10
1978
008/11-14
####
Example shows optional inclusion of Note on issue, part, or iteration used as the basis for identification of the resource
 
 
 
C. If an item lacking a publication date contains only a date of manufacture, apply the following in the order listed:
1.
Supply a date of publication that corresponds to the manufacture date, in square brackets, if it seems reasonable to assume that date is a likely publication date. For books, this means that the item is assumed to be the first printing of the edition. Also record the manufacture date as part of a manufacture statement if determined useful by the cataloger.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Title page verso
First Printing 1980
Date of publication
not given
Transcription
264 #1 $a … $b … $c [1980]
008/06 Type of date
s
008/07-10
1980
008/11-14
####
 
 
 
2.
If the date of manufacture given implies that it is not likely the same as the date of publication, supply a date of publication in square brackets, using the information provided. A date of manufacture may also be recorded as part of a manufacture statement, or as part of a Note on issue, part, or iteration used as the basis for identification of a manifestation (See 2.17.13), if determined useful by the cataloger.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Title page verso
15th Impression 1980
Date of publication
not given
Transcription
264 #1 $a … $b … $c [not after 1980]
264 #3 $a … $b ... $c 1980.
588 ## $a Description based on 15th impression, 1980.
008/06 Type of date
q
008/07-10
uuuu
008/11-14
1980
 
 
 
[2017-01]
LC-PCC PS for 2.10.6.2
SOURCES OF INFORMATION
CIP Cataloging
LC practice: Use the information supplied by the publisher on the eCIP Traffic Manager's data view as the source of information for the sub elements in the Publication statement, Distribution statement, and Manufacture statement when cataloging CIPs at the galley stage. A cataloger may make any adjustment to the supplied information judged appropriate to reflect more nearly the data provided in the galley.
At the CIP verification stage, adjust these statements, if necessary, according to normal sources of information instructions used for non-CIP and post-CIP cataloging.
[2012-09]
LC-PCC PS for 2.10.6.3
RECORDING DATE OF MANUFACTURE
Date of Manufacture in United States Government Publishing Office Publications
LC practice: Dates of manufacture are normally indicated by explicit statements; apply cataloger's judgment whether to record dates of manufacture. In the case of GPO imprints, dates of printing are indicated implicitly by location:
1.
dates found in numerical identifiers on signatures in U.S. Congressional documents (e.g., 70-7780-81-2, meaning printed in 1981, at the foot of p. 13 of a document) should be routinely interpreted as dates of manufacture.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Title page
1980
Signature number
70-7780-81-2
Bibliographic Record
264 #1 $a … : $b …, $c 1980.
264 #3 $a … : $b …, $c [1981]
008/06 Type of date
s
008/07-10
1980
008/11-14
####
Example shows optional inclusion of Manufacture statement
 
 
 
2.
dates found in GPO colophons should be routinely interpreted as dates of manufacture.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
Title page
1986
Colophon
1987
Bibliographic record
264 #1 $a … : $b …, $c 1986.
264 #3 $a … : $b …, $c 1987.
008/06 Type of date
s
008/07-10
1986
008/11-14
####
Example shows optional inclusion of Manufacture statement
 
 
 
[2017-03]
LC-PCC PS for 2.10.6.3
OPTION
LC practice/PCC practice for Optional addition: Add the corresponding date or dates of the Gregorian or Julian calendar. If dates have been recorded using the Hebrew script, the Gregorian or Julian calendar date may be added in both the non-Latin and romanized field, or only the romanized field.
[2015-07]
LC-PCC PS for 2.10.6.4
OPTION
LC practice/PCC practice for Optional addition: Apply the alternative.
[2012-09]
LC-PCC PS for 2.10.6.4
ALTERNATIVE
LC practice/PCC practice for Alternative: Record a supplied date in numerals instead of giving the chronogram.
[2012-09]
LC-PCC PS for 2.11
COPYRIGHT DATE
PCC practice: Copyright date is a recommended element for rare materials. Record the year of copyright when present on the resource. If a full transcription of the copyright statement is desired, record it in a note.
[2015-03]
LC-PCC PS for 2.11.1.3
FIRST OPTION
LC practice/PCC practice for Optional addition (1st): Add the corresponding date or dates of the Gregorian or Julian calendar. If dates have been recorded using the Hebrew script, the Gregorian or Julian calendar date may be added in both the non-Latin and romanized field, or only the romanized field.
[2015-07]