The twenty-first annual meeting of the Cordilleran Section of the Geological Society of America was held in conjunction with the Pacific Coast Branch of the Paleontological Society of America and the Le Conte Club, at Stanford University, on April 29, 1922.
President, George D. Louderback
Secretary, Austin F. Rogers
Councilor, Cyrus F. Tolman
The meeting was called to order at 10.40 a. m. by the President.
After an informal talk on a skull recently found in the gravel of the San Francisquito Creek by Bailey Willis and D. B. Seymour, the following papers were presented in the order indicated:
MIOCENE AGE OF THE OIL SHALES AT ELKO, NEVADA
BY JOHN P. BUWALDA
Paper read from manuscript and illustrated by lantern slides. Discussion by Messrs. Tolman, Lawson, Turner, and Louderback.
FAUNA OF THE SOOKE FORMATION
BY B. L. CLARK . . .