Reference numberCMB/15/28
TitleMinutes, meeting of the Malaria and Tsetse Fly Committee
Date17 June 1903
DescriptionSir Clifford Allbutt in the chair. Lists committee business, including debate over the letter on the extermination of mosquitoes in Freetown -- a resolution to accept C Christy's explanations for his decision to return via the Nile -- a resolution to advise the Congo Government that the proposed International Commission on Sleeping Sickness 'would serve no useful purpose' -- a letter from the Colonial Office on an investigation into Redwater outbreaks in cattle in Rhodesia -- a resolution to draw the Government's attention to the dangers of Yellow Fever introduction due to increased communication between the West Indies and China, Japan, etc. 46-7.
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