Wednesday morning at 9 o’clock the members met in Baker Laboratory with the Geological Society of America in general session of all the affiliated societies. At 12.15 p. m., in joint session, the presidential address of the retiring President of the Paleontological Society, E. W. Berry, was delivered, the subject being “On correlation.” The meeting then adjourned until 2 p. m.
Monday afternoon at 2 p. m. President Berry called the sixteenth annual meeting of the Society to order in Baker Laboratory and requested the report of the Council as the first matter of business.
To the Paleontological Society, in sixteenth annual meeting assembled:
A résumé of the Council’s administration of the Society’s business for 1924 is presented in the following report of the Secretary and Treasurer. The Council has held its usual two meetings and has transacted other . . .