Compensation. - Entered In The Budget Of 1941 The Departure Of Bs. 1,000,000.-To Allocate It Or The Victims Of The Flooding In Several Towns In The Beni.

Original Language Title: INDEMNIZACION.— CONSÍGNASE EN EL PRESUPUESTO DE 1941 LA PARTIDA DE BS. 1.000.000.— PARA DESTINARLA O LOS DAMNIFICADOS DE LA INUNDACIÓN PRODUCIDA EN VARIAS POBLACIONES DEL BENI.

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LAW Indemnizacion.a€ "Consa-gnase in the budget of 1941 the departure of Bs. 1,000,000. â €" for it or the victims of the Inundacia³n produced in several towns in the Beni.
ENRIQUE PEA'ARANDA C.
CONSTITUTIONAL PRESIDENT OF THE REPAŠBLICA.
Because H. National Congress has enacted the following law: the National Congress, DECREED: Arta-culo 1a °. â €"Consa-gnase in the national budget of the present management â €" layer-chapter obligations of the Estadoa€ ", the departure of a million Bolivians will be invested at the proportions that were necessary, as follows: purchase of valid-veres for free distribution to thirsty people affected with the Inundacia³n suffered this year by several towns in the Beni Department.!"

Settled for damages caused by these floods.
Arta-culo 2a °. â €"these funds will be managed and administered n, under its direct responsibility, by a Committee composed of the Department prefect, Mayor;" Departmental Comptroller, President of the CA Chamber of Commerce and industry and a notable neighbor, appointed by the Executive.
Commune-that will to power Executive, for constitutional purposes.
Session of the H. Congress Hall.
Peace, on April 3, 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 is and meets as a law of the Republic.
Government Palace of La Paz city, the eight day-as of the month of April of nineteen hundred years cuarentiun.
GRAL. PEA'ARANDA. â €"Joaqua-n sword."