The eleventh annual meeting of the Society was called to order by President Jackson at 10 a. m., December 30, in the Rogers Building of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. After welcoming the Society to Boston, President Jackson called upon the Secretary to present the report of the Council.
To the Paleontological Society, in eleventh annual meeting assembled:
The formal meetings of the Council during the past year have been limited to one at Baltimore, following the tenth annual meeting, and one held just before the present session. Matters of business not discussed at these meetings have been transacted by correspondence, as heretofore. A résumé of the Council’s administration for the eleventh year of the Society is presented in the following reports of the Secretary and Treasurer:
To the Council of the Paleontological Society:
The Secretary’s annual report for the year ending December 27, 1919. . . .