How can I report errors in the identification of records
I cannot find any place on the FamilySearch web site for reporting catalog errors.
I tried to paste in the URL for the page which is displaying incorrect information but that failed. So I will just provide the trailing portion of the URL: /ark:/61903/3:1:9Q97-Y39G-H59
The descriptive line above the displayed image reads:
"Canada, Ontario Marriages, 1869-1927 Marriages 1882 no 1001-3867"
However if you click on the "Information" tab at the bottom of the page to see the catalog record, that is the information copied from the original archive, it clearly declares that the original microfilm reel contains "Marriages, no. 1001-3867 (v. A-B) 1883". Note 1883, not 1882. If you look at the bottom of the image the original page was filed on the fourth of july 1883. again, not in 1882.
If you click on the hyperlink for 1882 in the image description line you will see that it lists the sets of documents for 1882, divided according to the separate microfilm reels from which FS created this database, as "no 1001-3867 no 1001-5165 no 5163-9212 no 9210-13131 no 13132-14449", showing an overlap in record numbers. But if you go to the corresponding page for 1883 you see "no 3868-7984 no 7982-12116 no 12114-15318" implying that there are no records available for 1883 with registration numbers lower than 3868. This is, of course, because the records for 1883 no 1001-3867 were incorrectly recorded under 1882.
I have reported this specific error before,, as well as others of a similar kind, and I cannot seem to get the attention of anyone who cares about the accuracy of the documents stored on this site. Errors like this make it harder for researchers to find the relevant records.