ALMOND INDUSTRY. â€ "Ample-to the liberation agreed by law of November 26, 1931.
CONSTITUTIONAL PRESIDENT OF THE REPASBLICA.
FOR HOW much: the National Congress, has sanctioned the following law:
THE NATIONAL CONGRESS
ArtA-cull nico.â€ "Ample-ase the release of rights and taxes from international established by law of 26 November 1931, to the articles referred to in items 319, 374 and 312 of the Customs Tariff of Imports, which are entered by the customs offices of Cobija, Manoa, Guayarameral-n and Villa Bella, intended exclusively for the almond industry.
Communicate to the Executive Branch for the purposes
The meeting room of the H. National Congress.
La Paz, November 7, 1932.
J. L. Tejada S. â€ " E. GonzÃ ¡ lez Duarte. R. Justiniano, S.S. â€ " M. PeA ± aranda Cuenca, D. S. Celso Castedo, D. S.
BY TANTO: the law for the law of the Republic to be held and complied with as law of the Republic.
Government Palace, in the city of La Paz, at the eight dA-as of the month of November of a thousand nine hundred Thirty-two years.
D. SALAMANCA. â€ "Rafael de Ugarte.
Senior Finance Officer