Reference numberCMB/51/67
TitleMinutes, meeting of the Tropical Diseases Committee
Date20 November 1913
DescriptionLists members present, with Sir Archibald Geikie in the Chair. Lists business of the Committee -- consideration of a report on 'the bionomics of Glossina morsitanis' by Prof Newstead -- a series of correspondence from Miss Muriel Robertson on her investigation of areas infected by trypanosome strains, and urging preventive measures -- a letter indicating that the Governor of Uganda suggests retaining Miss Robertson's service there -- a letter stating that Dr Duke's services are urgently required there in connection with the tsetse fly on the Masindi Butiaba Road -- a letter from the India Office urging an investigation into yellow fever, and the Committee's resolution to recommend that the Society take up the enquiry. p84-88.
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