Taxes.-Is Creates Several To Increase The Development Of The Sports Of Winter And The Tourism In The Mountain Range.

Original Language Title: IMPUESTOS.— SE CREA VARIOS PARA INCREMENTAR EL DESARROLLO DE LOS DEPORTES DE INVIERNO Y EL TURISMO EN LA CORDILLERA.

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LAW Impuestos.a€ "creates several to increase the development of winter sports and tourism in the mountains."
ENRIQUE PEA'ARANDA C. President constitutional DE LA Repašblica because H. Congress has sanctioned the following law: the National Congress DECREES: Arta-culo 1a °. â €"to enhance the development of winter sports and tourism in the mountain range through the construction of roads, cabins and hotels, is set the following gravel volumes" (: a) tax of five Bolivian on natural ice quintal Extraa-do of the snowdrifts.
(b) additional tax of one per cent on accommodation in hotels of peacekeeping bills.
(c) ten percent of the funds raised for the promotion of tourism in the Republic.
Arta-culo 2a °. â €"a © Committee consisting of the President, Secretary and Treasurer of the Club Andino Boliviano, a representative of the Committee © national sports and a representative of the Comptroller-General, participate in the management of these funds."
The Bureau of internal revenue, Depositara monthly, corresponding items in a special account at the Central Bank and the order of the Committee.
Commune-that will to power Executive, for constitutional purposes.
Session of the H. Congress Hall.
Peace, on November 21, 1941.

A Galindo.a€ "Jorge Araoz C.a€" Gasta³n Muja-a, Senator Secretario.a€ "Julio CA © guests aa±ez, Senator Secretario.a€" Carlos WÃ lter Urquidi, Deputy Secretario.a€ "f © lix Eguino Z., Deputy Secretary."!
I therefore enacted it so you have and observe as the law of the Republic.


Government Palace, in the city of La Paz, twenty-seven days-as of the month of November of nineteen hundred years cuarentiun.
GRAL. PEA'ARANDA. â €"Joaqua-n sword."