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To the Editor:
—At the beginning of the war the Council of the Ophthalmological Society of the United Kingdom decided that all members of the society who joined the forces should be exempted from paying their subscriptions for the duration of the war, while still retaining the full privileges of membership, which include the receipt of all published transactions.My council would like it to be understood that this ruling includes American members. All that is necessary is that the member concerned should inform the treasurer, Sir Arnold Lawson, 12 Harley Street, London, W. 1., of his having joined the forces, his date of joining, his unit and rank and any change of address to which communications may be sent.In the event of any subscription having been paid since the member joined the forces, the amount will be refunded.
Law FW. OPHTHALMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF THE UNITED KINGDOM. Arch Ophthalmol. 1943;29(2):315. doi:10.1001/archopht.1943.00880140163017
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