CONSULAR.â€ " For the TrA mittes of this A-ndole regarding the import of books and brochures, it will take effect the bills legalized free of charge.
ENRIQUE PEA ' ARANDA C.
PRESIDENT CONSTITUTIONAL OF THE REPAsBLICA
FOR HOW much, the National Congress has sanctioned the following Law:
THE NATIONAL CONGRESS,
Single-ass.â€ " For the consular and consular customs, relating to the import of books, brochures and magazines, Only commercial invoices which have been legalized free of charge by the consulates and registered with the Customs for the purpose of the statistics.
RegA-strese and comuna-que to the Executive Branch, for constitutional purposes.
Session of the National Congress.
La Paz, November 26, 1941.
A. Galindo.â€ "Jorge Araoz C. â€" Gaston Muja-a, Senator Secretario.â€ "Julio CA©spedes AA ± ez, Senator Secretario.â€" Carlos WA ¡ lter Urquidi, Diputado Secretario.â€ " A. Villalpando, Deputy Secretary, ad hoc.
Government Palace in the city of La Paz, at the nine days of December of a thousand nine hundred and twenty-hundreds of people.
GRAL. PEA ' ARANDA.â€" Joaqua-n Sword.