LAW OF OCTOBER 17, 1959
RUBEN JULIO CASTRO
PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE AND THE NATIONAL CONGRESS
For How Much: The National Congress has sanctioned the following Law:
ArtA-arse 1A °â€ " The Companies or Cooperatives of Automatic Telephone Companies that operate in the form of Economic Societies-to mixed, that is, with contributions of State capital and private individuals, are exempt from the payment of any national, departmental or municipal tax or surcharge.
Article 2A °â€ " The rates of these services will be calculated by the respective companies, taking into account only their costs of operating and maintenance, as the necessary reserves to replenish their facilities.
ArtA-Aculo 3A °â€ " The taxes created by the Supreme Decrees of 23 February 1957 and 8 October 1958, which would have perceived these Companies, as simple agents of retrentions, go through this one time, to integrate the capital of the same as a contribution from the State, after liquidation that will be presented The Ministry of Finance.
ArtA-arse 4A °â€ " Established the public service charge of these companies, in accordance with the first article, the relevant provisions are repealed to the telephone service, the third-party article.
Communicate to the Executive Branch for constitutional purposes.
Meeting Room of the H. National Congress.
La Paz, September 11, 1959.
(Fdo.) Federico Alvarez Plata, President of the H. CA of Senadors.â € " Juan Sanjináns O., President of the H. CA ¡ mara de Diputados.â € "Alberto Lavadenz R., Senator Secretario.â €" Arturo Fortön S., Senator Secretario.â€ "ZenÃ³n Barrientos M., Diputado Secretario.â€" Ignacio CallaAº, Deputy Secretary.
BY TANTO: Pursuant to Article 79 The Polish Constitution of the State has promulgated it so that it has and will comply as Law of the Republic.
Legislative Palace, in the city of La Paz, at seventeen days of the month of October of a thousand nine hundred and fifty-nine years.
(Fdo.) RUBEN JULIO CASTRO, President of the H. National Congress. â€ "Ciro Humboldt B., Congreso Secretario.â€" Ranulfo Molloja H., Congressman.