This paper describes a method of verifying the consistency between the topology and geometry of boundary representation (B-rep) of solid models. This verification is well suited for implementation as an algorithm and has been implemented as such in a polyhedral boundary representation solid modeling system (Jablokow 1989). Information regarding boundary representations is typically divided into the geometry and topology. It is important that the two are consistent for a valid solid model. In this work the genus of an object is calculated topologically and geometrically and then compared to verify the consistency of the solid model. The genus of an object gives insight as to the geometric complexity of the object. This is equivalent to verifying the Gauss-Bonnet Theorem for the model, and is discussed in the paper.