Make a note of the contents of a looseleaf publication, either selectively or fully, if it is considered necessary to show the presence of material not implied by the rest of the description, or to emphasize items of particular importance, or to list the contents of several component parts of a looseleaf service (see 11). When recording titles formally, generally record the title as it appears in the table of contents, unless another source gives a more authoritative account of the data; however, if the title appears on the title page or binder, normally use the title page or binder, in that order of preference.

7B18. Example

If the contents are too numerous to list or the structure of the contents changes because the volumes expand, give the note in general terms or omit it altogether.

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7B. Notes