Resolution passed by the British Committee of the Federation for the Abolition of State Regulation of Vice

Scope and Content

'That this Committee agrees with the Geneva Committee that the Federation can take no part in the Brussels Conference, but it sees no objection to individual abolitionists attending the Conference to maintain their views even on the limited basis adopted.'

The letter accompanying the resolution from Henry J Wilson to M. Minod Memorandum on the Brussels Conference for the consideration of the British Committee 6 Feb 1899. This gives the six questions which are to be submitted by the Conference with some considerations appended to each by Henry J Wilson. He hopes that those members who are unable to attend the Committee will favour us with a brief expression of their opinion.

Administrative / Biographical History

1. Resolution passed by the British Committee of the Federation.

2. The letter accompanying the above Resolution from Henry J Wilson to M. Minod.

3. Memorandum on the Brussels Conference for the consideration of the British Committee, 6 Feb 1899.

This was the much discussed Medical Conference held at Brussels 4-8 Sep 1899.