Reference numberCMB/15/18
TitleMinutes, meeting of the Malaria Committee
Date6 February 1903
DescriptionLists those present with Sir Clifford Allbutt in the chair. Committee business including Dr Mott's addition to the committee - letters from the Foreign Office -- a letter from Dr Nabarro asking if his contributions are to be published together with Col Bruce, and a resolution to inform him that all reports are to be published 'in the name of the Committee' -- a letter from the Foreign Office asking for the committee's opinion on the danger of sleeping sickness emigrating to South Africa through travellers -- the proposed isolation scheme in Uganda -- dispatch of a telegram to Uganda recommending that Col Bruce meet Castellani -- a telegram regarding Dr Christy's return -- agreement to allow Drs Stephens and Christophers to publish their reports in a book. p28-30.
FormatTypescript copy
Access statusOpen
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