John is correct. Vertical lines indicate the most recent revisions.

Adam Schiff
University of Washington Libraries

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I donít see any lines when I access the SHM through Catalogerís Desktop.  However, there are a couple of vertical lines in the free PDF version of H 373 online.  In the past those lines have been used to indicate a section that has been revised in the latest version of a text.


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Subject: [PCCLIST] Lines in SHM

What do the vertical lines in the margins beside text in the Subject Headings Manuals mean?

The specific instruction I'm looking at is about adding a parenthetical qualifier after an abbreviation in a 4XX field (H373).


Beck Schaefer

Cataloguing Assistant

Osgoode Hall Law School Library

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