|Alternative reference number
|Copy letter from Archibald Geikie, to the President, Board of Education
|17 March 1906
|Following consideration of the question of the future organisation of the Royal College of Science, the Council of the Royal Society have adopted a resolution which Geikie submits for approval. The resolution notes that the Society would regret any impairment to the facilities for biological study and research with have existed in connection with the Royal College of Science.