Reference numberCMB/51/78
TitleMinutes, meeting of the Tropical Diseases Committee
Date26 May 1914
DescriptionLists members present, with Sir Archibald Geikie in the chair. Lists Committee business, including correspondence over the closure of the Nayasaland Commission, correspondence over the proposed Yellow Fever investigation in India, letters from the Colonial Office on Dr Duke's proposal to carry out research in the East Africa Protectorate, reports on the work of Mr Fiske on the binomics of [tsetse fly], Sir David Bruce's report of his work completed in Nyasaland, and a decision to ask the Colonial Office to make arrangements for Sir Bruce's retention on the Commission. pp93-94.
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