Reference numberNLB/56/345
Alternative reference numberNLB/56 p204
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr. [Frederick Gowland] Hopkins, Chairman of the Physiology Committee and FRS
Date17 January 1919
DescriptionReminds Dr. [Frederick Gowland] Hopkins that, while there is no rule prescribing that the meeting of the Sectional Committee be simultaneous, there is a rule prescribing that the meeting is for the purpose of conferring with Council. Notes that, consequently, any Sectional Committee that meets independently of the rest means the additional calling of Council. Also encloses a paper [unspecified] and asks Dr. Hopkins views on receiving it.
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