British lib. to pay fees for delivering copyrighted items

St. Lifer, Evan; Rogers, Michael
September 1993
Library Journal;9/1/1993, Vol. 118 Issue 14, p113
Trade Publication
States that the British Library intends to withdraw its royalty-free photocopy service from the US and will provide only a royalty paid document delivery service. The library's discussions with the Association of American Publishers (AAP); Comment by AAP spokesperson Roger Williams; Number of requests filled by the British Library's Document Supply Centre in 1992.


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