AZASCAR. â€ "The Tarija Municipal Council may import the product, free of rights, to sell it, at cost price.
CONSTITUTIONAL PRESIDENT OF THE REPAsBLICA.
FOR HOW much: The National Congress has sanctioned the following law:
THE NATIONAL CONGRESS
ArtA-culo 1A ° â€ "The H. City Council of Tarija, is hereby authorized, while the The current international conflict, to import flour and sugar to the value of eight thousand Bolivian monthly. free of customs duties and taxes on imports.
ArtA-Aculo 2A ° â€ "The Tarija office of the Central Bank of Bolivia, will preferably sell to the aforementioned Municipal Council, the foreign currencies that it requires for the aforementioned imports.
ArtA-arse 3A ° â€" The customs duties free of customs duties referred to in this law can be sold at cost directly to the consumers, by that municipality.
The meeting room of the H. National Congress.
La Paz, 7 November 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.
Government Palace, in the city of La Paz, at the eight dA-as of November of a thousand nine hundred Thirty-two years.
D. SALAMANCA. â€ "Rafael de Ugarte.
Major Finance Officer.