Reference numberCMB/51/28
TitleMinutes, meeting of the Tropical Diseases Committee
Date29 July 1912
DescriptionLists those present, with Sir John Kirk in the Chair. Lists Committee business, including consideration of letters from the Colonial Office on Mediterranean Fever; a letter from Sir David Bruce describing preventive measures he had urged upon the Governor of Nyasaland, and a letter he wrote to the Secretary of State for the Colonies 'urging him to allow the natives to kill the big game in fly-infested areas'; a report from Prof Newstead on his investigations in Nyasaland; reports from H L Duke and Miss Robertson; various publications and administrative matters. p44-51.
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