The first annual meeting of the Society of Economic Geologists was held at Amherst College, Amherst, Massachusetts, on December 28 to 30, 1921, in affiliation with the Geological Society of America.
The session of Thursday was called to order by President R. A. F. Penrose, Jr.
The election of officers for 1922 was declared to have resulted as follows:
President, Waldemar Lindgren
Vice-President, Ralph Arnold
Secretary and Treasurer, Sydney H. Ball, 42 Broad way,
New York City
Councilors, 1922–1923, James F. Kemp and C. K. Leith
The following program was then taken up:
THE SOCIETY OF ECONOMIC GEOLOGISTS—ITS SPHERE AND FUTURE
PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS BY R. A. F. PENROSE, JR.
BY GEORGE OTIS SMITH
The paper was discussed by J. E. Spurr, Robert Anderson, L. C. Graton, A. M. Bateman, Waldemar Lindgren, and H. G. . . .