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Reference numberCMB/51/53
LevelItem
TitleMinutes, meeting of the Tropical Diseases Committee
Date25 February 1913
DescriptionLists members present, with Sir A Geikie in the Chair. Lists Committee business -- the appointing of officers of the Committee -- a resolution that Sir David Bruce be asked to consider whether an entomologist should be appointed to replace J B Davey -- consideration of Sir Bruce's views on the proposed experiment into the destruction of big game to eliminate sleeping sickness, and a resolution to advise the Colonial Office to look into experiments of this kind in British South Africa -- appointment of Mr Guy Marshall to the Committee -- report on various publications by H L Duke and Sir Bruce on trypanosome and sleeping sickness. p69-71.
Extent3pp
FormatPrinted
Access statusOpen
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