Record

Reference numberCMB/15/17
LevelItem
TitleMinutes, meeting of the Malaria Committee
Date16 January 1903
DescriptionLists those present with Sir Clifford Allbutt in the chair. Lists committee business including the proceedings of the sleeping sickness committee -- a decision to recommend that the Foreign Office send out a pathologist to Uganda commission -- a telegram from Dr Sadler indicating '17 cases positive out of 19', recommending that Castellani's experiment on vaccines should begin and that he be offered a post, and requesting the Royal Society's opinion on the proposal to introduce segregation measures -- the committee's resolution to agree to the proposal to set aside funds for isolation costs, but giving no opinion on the proposed scheme -- resolution to recommend that no steps be taken to offer Castellani a post -- resolution to telegraph Christy and instruct him 'to return home at once' -- approval of a grant to Bradford for Tsetse fly investigation costs. p25-7.
Extent5pp
FormatTypescript copy
Access statusOpen
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