Reference numberCMB/51/44
TitleMinutes, meeting of the Tropical Diseases Committee
Date14 November 1912
DescriptionLists those present, with Sir John Kirk in the Chair. Lists Committee business -- correspondence regarding Dr H L Duke's and Miss Muriel Robertson's continued work at the lab in Mpumu -- a letter from the Colonial Office denying Sir David Bruce's request for leave, in view of the need to have him in Nyasaland to supervise the game enclosure experiment -- consideration of Miss Robertson's employment -- a letter from H J Read enquiring if Drs Carpenter and Duke would be able to take up 'the ordinary duties of a Medical Officer' following the completion of their programme -- a letter from the Lister Institute agreeing to supply Sir David Bruce with animals -- correspondence with the Entomological Research Committee on the subject of the big game enclosure experiment -- a letter from Sir David Bruce on a new specimen of the Zululand Nagana trypanosome. p63-68.
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