HC Deb 30 April 1913 vol 52 c1205W

asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies if he can give the names of the members of the Commission appointed by the British South Africa Company to supervise the preventive measures now being taken against the spread of sleeping sickness in Southern Rhodesia?


The Commission of Inquiry appointed last autumn by the British South Africa Company, when it was found that a case of sleeping sickness had occurred South of the Zambesi, was constituted as follows: Dr. Fleming, the Medical Director; Mr. Carbutt, of the Native Department; Mr. Jack, the Government Entomologist; and Dr. Stohr, of the Northern Rhodesian Administration, who had been engaged in sleeping sickness work in North-Eastern Rhodesia.