The members of the Society met Thursday morning, at 9 o’clock, with the Geological Society of America, in the Physics Building of Case School, for the general introductory program of the latter Society.
President Parks called the Paleontological Society to order in business session, for its nineteenth annual meeting, at 2 p. m., in the geological lecture-room, in Adelbert Hall, Western Reserve University. After a few introductory remarks the report of the Council was presented.
REPORT OF THE COUNCIL
To the Paleontological Society, in nineteenth annual meeting assembled:
A résumé of the Society’s business, which has been transacted by Council meetings during the eighteenth annual meeting, at Madison, Wisconsin, and by correspondence, is given in the following reports:
To the Council of the Paleontological Society:
The Secretary’s report for the year closing December 27, 1927, in brief, is as follows:
Meetings.—The Proceedings . . .