|Title||Copy letter from John David Griffith Davies to Edward James Salisbury, with enclosed copy letter from Robert Robinson to John David Griffith Davies|
|Date||9 January 1946|
|Description||Encloses a copy of a letter from the President in connection with applications for vivisection licences. Copy enclosure states Robinson thinks he must make it a rule that he will not sign applications such as this unless already approved by a biologist of some kind or other. |
When Sir William Bragg was President it was the custom for these applications to be vetted by the Biological Secretary [now Salisbury]. Queries if that rule might now apply.
Annotated in reply by Salisbury that he agrees to vetting applications.
|Format||Typescript copy and manuscript|
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|NA1923||Salisbury; Sir; Edward James (1886 - 1978)||1886 - 1978|