4. -ference and agreement with the Mission. All questions of Mission policy and method, and of expenditures within the budget of the Board for the Mission, are subject to the decision of the Mission, but the right is reserved to the Board of supervisory action and authority where any problems involve relations with other Boards and denominations, or relations and interests wider than those of any particular field and where fundamental questions of Mission policy affecting other Missions or the relation of Missions and Governments concerned. Organization of the Mission 3. The importance of a Mission’s functions demands that its field organization be defined and coordinated and that its field administration be wise and efficient. The best form of Mission organization embraces the following features:
(1) Participation by all who are qualified. (2) Departmentalization of all the larger phases of Mission activity (3) An active and competent executive committee.
Executive Secretary or Superintendent.
4.The Board shall appoint an Executive Secretary or Superintendent who shall in conjunction with the executive committee give attention to the general supervision and administration of the Institute’s activity in China. This Executive officer shall be member ex-officio of the Board and be responsible for official correspondence between the mission and the Board. Business Manager or Treasurer. 5.The Board shall appoint a Business manager or Treasurer who shall in conjunction with the executive committee and the approval of the Superintendent be responsible for the careful preservation of all deeds to the Mission property; keep in official books, provided by the Board and permanently the property of the Board, clear and accurate accounts of all receipts and payments, secure vouchers for the latter,
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