Statement read by J. J. R. Macleod at the Insulin Committee meeting regarding patents and royalties 28/04/1924
Macleod, J. J. R. (John James Rickard), 1876-1935
[April 28 1924]
5 leaves ; 28 x 21 cm.
Item is a carbon copy of a typescript document. Addition written in ink, in F. Lorne Hutchison's hand, on the top of the first page reads: 'Professor Macleod's statement read by him with interpretation, at a meeting of the Insulin Committee, April 28, 1924.' Macleod gives a history of the early manufacture of insulin and the reasons for which the Insulin Committee took out patents and charged all licensed manufacturers a 5% royalty. Macleod then advocates the reduction of the royalty for manufactures outside Canada and the United States.
University of Toronto Archives. A1982-0001, Box 6, Folder 1
Title based on content of item.
University of Toronto. Insulin CommitteeInsulin - PatentsInsulin - RoyaltiesInsulin - Early manufacture