Loan-Is Contraera To The Sum Of Two Hundred Thousand Bolivians For Paving In Pucarani And Electric Light.

Original Language Title: EMPRESTITO.- SE CONTRAERA HASTA LA SUMA DE DOSCIENTOS MIL BOLIVIANOS PARA LUZ ELECTRICA Y PAVIMENTACION EN PUCARANI.

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ENTERPRISE.†" To be contracted to the sum of two hundred thousand Bolivians for electrical light and paving in Pucarani.

ENRIQUE PEA ' ARANDA C.

CONSTITUTIONAL PRESIDENT OF THE REPASBLICA

FOR HOW much, the National Congress has sanctioned the following law:

THE NATIONAL CONGRESS,

DECCRETA:

ArtA-culo 1A °.â€" AutorA-zase à la Junta Municipal de Pucarani, capital of the Province "The Andes," to immediately contract an undertaking up to the sum of Fifty thousand Bolivians (Bs.250.000.â€) , with garantA-a fifty percent of their income, in any of the banking or private institutions of the paA-s, with the annual interest and cumulative depreciation that govern these institutions of credit for public works.

ArtA-ass 2A °.â€" Destinations the undertaking, in its integrity, for the installation of light and force and paving of the capital Pucarani.

ArtA-ass 3A °.†" The administration of these funds and the execution of the works will be attended by the Board of "Public Works of Pucarani", chaired by the Mayor Municipal and reintegrated by the Departmental Director of Public Works.

Communal-be to the Executive Branch, for constitutional purposes.

Meeting room of the H. National Congress.

La Paz, November 27, 1941.

A. Galindo.†"Jorge Araoz C. â€" Gaston Muja-a, Senator Secretario.†"Julio CA©spedes AA ± ez, Senator Secretario.â€" Carlos WA ¡ lter Urquidi, Diputado Secretario.†" Adolfo Aponte, Deputy Secretary, ad hoc.

BY TANTO, promulgated it so that has and complies with the law of the Republic.

Palace of Government in the city of La Paz, at the nine dA-as of December of a thousand nine hundred years old.

GRAL PEA ' ARANDA.†" JoaquA-n Sword.