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Meanwhile the British Library Association had reconvened its own Cataloguing Rules Subcommittee, which issued various statements as well as organizing conferences of cataloguers. Lubetzkys Draft Code Lubetzky's Code of Cataloging Rules, Author and Title Entry: an unfinished draftmh) (CCR) appeared in March 1960. Although incomplete, it gave some idea of what could be achieved with a drastic reduction in the number of the rules, and the accompanying commentary by Paul Dunkin drew attention to the rules which had been eliminated by basing the code on conditions of authorship instead of specific cases.
There was also found to be considerable variation in the order in which the items were given on the cards: the author and edition statement, for example, would be transcribed after the title if it was given on the title-page but given in a note if found at the head of the title-page or elsewhere in the book. The general consensus of opinion amongst American librarians was that less bibliographical detail than the Library of Congress had been including in its entries would satisfy the needs of most libraries.
These changes have not been published, though a considerable number have been embodied in internally circulated memoranda. Application of BM It is essential to remember that, although BM may be used by a number of libraries, it was compiled for one library only, and its most important application is in the General Catalogue of Printed Books, which all librarians should know. This is why it is important to study BM even though it may not be used in your library. The Friedman-Jeffreys report on cataloguing and classification in British university libraries (129) stated that only six of the fifty-one libraries surveyed were using BM (with or without modifications) in December 1965.
A Manual of Cataloguing Practice by K. G. B. Bakewell and G. Chandler (Auth.)