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Subject: Re: SCA Purchases
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William H. Herron III 7/18/97 3:02 PM

>So, my question is, if the chiurgeon decided to keep some form of birth
>control in the box (and for my example, I'll say condoms), and this was
>a part of supplies used during a weekend, should the SCA be responsible
>for reimbursing that expense?

I do not believe it is necessary to provide condoms for folks. A first 
aid kit should contain items used in the case of minor injuries and 
that's all. If someone needs condoms then they should carry their own. 
That's what pouches are for :).


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