The following Papers have been read:- 1922. Nov. 23. The Interdependence of the Sciences," by the President, R. W. ATKINSON, B.Sc., F.I.C., F.C.S. Dec. 7. The Romance of the Common Eel," by COLIN MATHESON, M.A., B.Sc. 1923. Jan. 4. Wild Life and Scenery in the American National Parks," by D. SIBBERING JONES. 18. Some Nature Notes," by JOHN GRIMES, M.B.E. Feb. 1. "The Gannet-A Visit to the Bass Rock," by Miss C. M. ACLAND. 15. In Search of the Oldest Rocks," by F. J. NORTH, D.Sc., F.G.S. March 15. Succulent Plants-Comparisons and Character- istics," by A. A. PETTIGREW, illustrated by an exhibit of about 200 plants. In addition to exhibits in connection with the Papers read, the undermentioned were shown and commented upon by the members at meetings on the dates stated:- 1922. Nov. 23. A mass of material, containing bones, skulls, etc., of mammals, frogs, and birds, from an owl's nesting tree. Miss C. M. ACLAND. Examples of Plant Parasitism. Professor R. C. McLEAN, M.A., D.Sc., F.L.S. Specimens of dead blue-bottle flies in life-like attitudes on leaves of bramble and other plants. JOHN GRIMES, M.B.E. Photograph of tufted duck and young, being the first record of their breeding in the County of Glamorgan. G. C. S. INGRAM, M.B.O.U. Dec. 7. Hips of wild rose, eaten by birds. Miss ELEANOR VACHELL, F.L.S. Specimen of apple, showing fasciation. JOHN GRIMES, M B.E.