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Reference numberCMB/15/29
LevelItem
TitleMinutes, meeting of the Malaria and Tsetse Fly Committee
Date16 July 1903
DescriptionLord Lister in the chair. Committee business including a resolution to recommend that Dr C Christy's claim for expenses be acceded; consideration of letters from Sir David Bruce and a telegram stating that 'fly proved can carry trypanosoma from sleeping sickness case to monkey after twenty four hours'; a letter from Castellani requesting that his contribution be made clear in the publication of Bruce's report, and the resolution to append a note to this effect; resolution to publish Capt James' report on the Mian Mir malaria experiment; transport of infected animals from India to England; decision to decline Dr Bushnell's grant request; a letter from the Suez Canal Company showing the result of anti-mosquito campaigns at Ismailia; a resolution to have Sir Patrick Mason request blood films from sleeping sickness cases in the Congo; resolution to have Sir Alfred Jones transport cases of sleeping sickness from the Congo. pp48-54.
Extent11pp
FormatTypescript copy
Access statusOpen
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