Reference numberCMB/51/12
TitleMinutes, meeting of the Tropical Diseases Committee
Date16 March 1910
DescriptionLists members present with Sir Archibald Geikie in the Chair. Lists Committee business -- 1. Signing of previous minutes. 2. Statement from Sir David Bruce on his work in Uganda. 3. Resolution to continue to laboratory in Uganda and the work of the Sleeping Sickness Commission. 4. Report from [J Rose] Bradford that the Colonial Office was making arrangements for the despatch of an entomologist to Uganda. 5. Various letters from the Colonial Office on subjects of Mediterranean Fever, the discovery of a parasite in Mauritius, and the sleeping sickness conference in Nairobi; a letter from the Royal Society forwarding Capts Hamerton and Bateman's requests for higher pay; a letter from the War Office on the promotion of Lance Sergeant Gibbons. p18-19.
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