November 6, 1941
ELECTRIC LIGHT.â€" Crate several taxes to be installed in Santiva.
ENRIQUE PEA ' ARANDA C.
CONSTITUTIONAL PRESIDENT OF THE REPAsBLICA
FOR HOW much, the H. National Congress has sanctioned the following Law:
THE NATIONAL CONGRESS,
Art-ass 1A °. â€" Crate the following taxes for the installation of electrical light in the city of SantivaÃ ± ez, Second Secciance of the Province Capinota:
a) One and a half cents on each bottle of mineral water and other gaseous products (b) Bolivian and other two-year-old, two-year-old,
ArtA-arse 2A °.â€ " These taxes will be tendered or collected by the Prefecture of the Department of Cochabamba and deposited in special account, in the Centra Bank to the order of the ComitÃ© referred to in this law.
ArtA-ass 3A °.â€" Destânse to the same work the percentage corresponding to the yield of the tax to the muko, recognized to the Second SanntivaÃ ± ez Sección of the Province Capinota, by law of November 29, 1940.
ArtA-arse 4A °.â€ " A ComitA© formed by the Municipal Mayor, a prestigious citizen designated by the Department of the Prefecture, a delegate of the Union of Owners and another of the workers, and the Department Comptroller or his
representative, will be in charge of the execution of the work in this law.
Communal-be to the Executive Branch, for constitutional purposes.
Meeting room of the H. National Congress.
La Paz, October 31, 1941.
A. Galindo.â€ "Rafael de Ugarte.â €" Gaston Muja-a, Senator Secretario.â € "Julio CA©spedes AA ± ez, Senator Secretario.â€" Carlos WA ¡ lter Urquidi, Deputy Secretario.â€ " FA©lix Ewina Z., Deputy Secretary.
BY TANTO, the promulgated for
Government Palace, in the city of La Paz, in the six days of November of a thousand nine hundred years old.
GRAL. PEA ' ARANDA.â€" Joaqua-n Sword.