Centenary Of Adolfo Ballivián. -Declares Holiday On November 14 And The Sum Of $3,000 Is Voted For The Celebration.

Original Language Title: CENTENARIO DE ADOLFO BALLIVIÁN. — SE DECLARA FERIADO EL DÍA 14 DE NOVIEMBRE Y SE VOTA LA SUMA DE $ 3,000 PARA LA CELEBRACIÓN.

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CENTENNIAL OF ADOLFO BALLIVIA • N. †" A holiday is declared the dA-to November 14 and the sum of $3,000 is voted for the celebration.

DANIEL SALAMANCA

CONSTITUTIONAL PRESIDENT OF THE REPAsBLICA

For, the National Congress has sanctioned the following law:

THE NATIONAL CONGRESS,

DECCRETA:

ArtA-arse 1A ° †" The sum of three thousand Bolivians (Bs) is voted. 3,000. †") To celebrate the celebrations that will be prepared in tribute to the Centenary of the birth of the one who was a public man and former President of the Republic Don Adolfo Ballivià n.

ArtA-ass 2A ° †" This sum shall be administered by the commission which has been designated for the purpose by the Supreme Resolution, and shall be imputed to Chapter III, paragraph A, item 1263a) of the current national budget.

ArtA-Aculo 3A ° †"A holiday is declared the day of November-14 November of the present year in celebration of this event, without closing of offices, and the portrait of former President Don Adolfo Ballivià n, in the Salón de Honor of the H. CA of Deputies to which it belonged.

Communal-be to the Executive Branch, for constitutional purposes.

Meeting room of the H. National Congress

La Paz, October 22, 1931.

J. L. Tejada S. †" G. RA-os Bridoux.

Gabriel Palenque, S. S. â€" Humberto Duchtén, D. S.

Fernando LAónpez, D, S.

Therefore, he enacted it so that it is held and complied with as law of the Republic.

Government Palace, in the city of La Paz, at twenty-two days. of the month of October of a thousand nine hundred and thirty and a year.

DANIEL SALAMANCA. †"D Candles.

IS COMPLIANT:

Estenssoro,

Major Finance Officer.