Reference numberCMB/100
TitleBiological Committee [1936]
Date10 June 1936 to 15 March 1956
DescriptionPrinted copies of Council Minute 7 on 30 April 1936 and Council Minute 3 of 21 May 1936 pasted into front cover

Appointed by Council at meeting of 30 April 1936, item 7 ;
' Read the following report from the General Biological Committee appointed by Minute 7 of March 5, 1936 - the Committee begs leave to recommend;
(i) That one or more reserch studentships or fellowships in biology (botany, geology and zoology) be creatd forthwith at £400 to £600 per annum with a tenure of three years
(ii) That a standing Biologival Committee be appointyed to recommend as to research appointments in biology, exclusive of medicine: and to advise, when desired, on matters connected with biology.
Resolved; That a Biological Committee be formed for this purpose and that further considertion of the report be deferred for the next meeting of Council

Meeting of Council on 21 May 1936, item 3; 'Arising from Minute 7 of the previous meeting, it was resolved; That authority be given to create a Research Fellowhsip in biology for a period of three years at a salary of £500 per annum; that this salary and a further superannuation cntribution of £50 per annum be a charge on the Messel Fund; and that the standing Biological Committee shall advise the Council on the selection of a suitable Messel Fellow
Resolved further - that the Biological Secretary (Chairman), the Treasurer, Dr E J Allen, Dr E J Butler, Dr J Gray, Professor O T Jones, Dr W D Lang, Professor A C Seward, Professor W Stiles, Professor D M S Watson and Professor W W Watts be appointed a standing Biological Committee

Meeting helds;
1. 10 June 1936
2. 3 December 1936
3. 27 June 1938
4. April 1939
5. June 1939
6. October 1939
7. November 1944
8. 15 March 1956
Extent1 volume
Physical descriptionTyped pages pasted into volume
Access statusOpen
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