I suspect that EGW wouldn’t have attended any GC meetings after the 1903 decision to reinstate the office of the GC presidency, even if she had gone on living.
Her visions having slowed to a trickle, deeply in debt, at the doorstep of dementia and as disillusioned with the denomination she’d helped establish as the denomination was embarrassed by her and her “gift” for plagiarism, I think there would have been a public and tumultuous “parting of the ways” which probably would have led to the demise of SDA-ism.
The reality, however, is that all of these difficulties and differences were swept under the rug by the mutual, if tacit, agreement of all parties in order to present the illusion of “business as usual” and so that all of the emotionally invested could go on with their egotistical self-images intact. But much more importantly, the inertial decision was made to press on despite these disputes so that the financially invested could continue receiving all those millions of dollars that were pouring in, in the form of tithes and offerings.
(I know. Not very diplomatic eh, @Victor ! )