A copyright page like an ISBN will only be necessary if you intend to distribute or market your book. If your book is for personal use only or to give out as gifts, then you won't need to register the book with the relevant authorities or have us do it for you.
The copyright page is usually on the back of the title page, and contains the copyright statement, library cataloguing information, credits for photography, design, page layout, and printing, as well as contact information for the publisher and distributor.
The Copyright Statement
In Canada, to register a copyright you print a copyright statement inside the book. This copyright will be recognized in many countries. The copyright statement includes the copyright symbol (©) followed by the year and the name of the holder of the copyright (usually the author). For more information go to the Canadian Copyright Act.
In the United States you can register a copyright by going to the U.S. Copyright Office.
The copyright statement usually goes on the reverse side of the title page.