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Woman's Mite Missionary Society, Minutes of the Seventh Annual Convention, Cincinnati, 1903
6                  WOMAN'S M. M. SOCIETY

Society the first Tuesday in August, November, February and
May, stating the amount of funds, and with the president of her
convention.   She shall notify all members one month before
convention, asking them to remit fees in case they do not attend
convention. The Convention shall print regular correspondence
forms for the secretary's use. These correspondence forms shall
provide (1) for receiving reports from the auxiliaries, giving the
state of membership and funds, amount forwarded and so forth;
(2) for reporting the same and other information necessary to the
corresponding secretary of the P. W. M. M. Society, and the
president of the Annual Conference Convention, and to the sec-
retary of the P. Home F. Board of Missions at New York.
    The duties of the treasurer shall be to receive all funds of
the Annual Conference Women's Mite Missionary Society, keep
record of the same, honor and record all orders drawn on the
treasurer by the president of her convention, and keep a full
record of all orders reported by the auxiliary societies, for what
purposes soever.
    The Executive Board shall prepare and print the program
for the Annual Convention six months before date of its meeting.

                ARTICLE IV.--MEMBERSHIP.
    Any women or girl of good moral standing may become a
member of this society and hold said membership by the pay-
ment of fifty cents admission fee and fifty cents annually at the
Convention-or to the recording secretary in the interval; or a
life member by the payment of $5 at one time.  Auxiliary dele-
gates to the convention may become members by paying the reg-
ular membership fee.
    Men and boys may become honorary members on payment
of twenty-five cents each and hold said honorary membership by
the payment of twenty-five cents annually.

                ARTICLE V.--CONVENTIONS.
    This society shall hold a convention annually at such time
and place as may be agreed to by the annual convention preced-


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Woman's Mite Missionary Society, Minutes of the Seventh Annual Convention, Cincinnati, 1903

Date:  1903


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