Treasures Art. - Authorized Power Executive For The Acquisition Of The Collected By Don Uacarias Benavides.

Original Language Title: TESOROS ARTISTICOS.— AUTORÍZASE AL PODER EJECUTIVO PARA LA ADQUISICIÓN DE LOS COLECCIONADOS POR DON UACARÍAS BENAVIDES.

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LAWS TREASURES Artisticos.a€ "author-used to the Executive for the acquisition of the collected by don Uacara-as Benavides."
ENRIQUE PEA'ARANDA C. CONSTITUTIONAL PRESIDENT OF THE REPAŠBLICA.
Whereas, H. National Congress has enacted the following law: the National Congress, DECREED: Arta-culo 1a °. â €"author-used to the treasuries purchase Executive Arta-plastics collected which was meritorious citizen don Zacara-as Benavides, says moving the need of their Expropiacia³n."
Arta-culo 2a °. â €"to this effect, be Practicara the Avaluacia³n of these treasures to the General Directorate of fine arts and an expert appointed by the Testamentara-a Benavides or its representatives;" must be entered in the national budget for the management of 1941 corresponding heading for its payment to the heirs and observed in the Tra limits the fair price of the corresponding legal formalities.!
Arta-culo 3a °. â €"the aforementioned treasures will be given n, as property of the State, managers and Directors responsible for the Ateneo de Bellas Artes"Chuquisaca", prior cancellation the national treasure made of the total amount of the value."
Commune-that will to power Executive, for constitutional purposes.
Session of the H. Congress Hall.
Peace, on January 8, 1941.
A Galindo.a€ "Rafael de Ugarte.â€" Prof. C. Beltrà n Morales, Senator Secretario.a€ "A. Nogales Saavedra, Senator Secretario.a€" F.! Flowers j., Deputy Secretario.a€ "F. Iturralde CH., Deputy Secretary."
I therefore enacted it so you have and observe as the law of the Republic.
Palace of Government of the city of La Paz, to the fourteen day-as of the month of January of nineteen hundred years cuarentiun.
GRAL. PEA'ARANDA. â €"Gustavo Adolfo Otero.â€" Joaqua-n sword.