Session of Tuesday, December 31 The Fourteenth Winter Meeting of the Society was called to order at 10.15 o’clock a. m. by First Vice-President N. H. Winchell, President Walcott having been detained on account of delay in arrival of railroad trains, in the geological lecture room, Sibley hall, University of Rochester, where all the sessions were held, except that of Tuesday evening. In anticipation of the arrival of the President, the customary formalities of welcome to the Society were deferred to a later hour (see page 517).
Announcements were made regarding certain details of the meeting, and of the dinner; also of an invitation from Ward’s Natural Science establishment.
The report of the Council, including reports of the officers, was submitted by the Secretary, in print, without reading, as follows :
REPORT OF THE COUNCIL To the Geological Society of America,
in Fourteenth Annual Meeting Assembled :
The Council has . . .
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