President Henry Fairfield Osborn called the general session of the Society to order at 2 o’clock, December 29, in the library of the Philadelphia Academy of Sciences. After some introductory remarks by the President, the business session of the Society was opened with the reading of the report of the Council by the Secretary.
To the Paleontological Society in Sixth Annual Meeting assembled:
The first meeting of this year’s Council was held at Princeton, New Jersey, January 1, 1914, immediately following the adjournment of the Society on that day. Routine business, such as the suggestion of a ticket for the following year and the consideration of new nominations for membership, was considered then; but since this meeting all business of the Society has been arranged by correspondence. A résumé of administration for the Society’s sixth year is presented in the following . . .