November 18 LAW
CONGRESS CONGRESS â€ "The HH's diet and vision is fixed. Senators and Deputies.
SEVERE FERNANDEZ ALONSO,
CONSTITUTIONAL PRESIDENT OF THE REPAsBLICA
For how much, the National Congress has sanctioned the following law.
THE NATIONAL CONGRESS,
ArtA-ass 1A ° .â€ "The HH diet. Senators and Deputies in the active exercise of their functions, will be three hundred Bolivian monthly, as they attend the meeting place of the CA and during their attendance at them,
Art. 2A °.â€ "The payment of the viA will be made by checking the shortest distance between the city where the Congress works and the place where the Representative permanently resides
Art 3A ° .â€"If an alternate representative resides in " The outside, and whatever is called by the Chamber of Deputies, will perceive to be seen from the border of Bolivia, for whose purpose the shortest official itinerary that exists between the border and the place of the meeting of the Congress will have to be taken into account
Art. 4A °â€ " If the alternate representative had perceived baggage of return for reasons of poor employment A³ function exercised outside the paA-s, it would not have any option to the viAs mentioned in the previous article.
Art. 5A.â€ " The two articles that antecedent may also apply to cases in which a representative owner returns from abroad, after having performed certain public functions permitted by the State Police Constitution.
Art. 6A.â€ " When the CAs are held, a legislative commission composed of a senator and two deputies, who will work for two months, will be stitched together, with the provision of one hundred Bolivian monthly monthly. This Commission will take care of the remaining documents and documents at this time.
Art. 7A °â€ "This law will govern from the 1A °. of January 1898
Communal-to the Executive Branch for constitutional purposes.
Session of the National Congress. â€" Sucre, November 17, 1897.
RAFAEL PEA ' A.
JOSA% MARIA LINARES.
Therefore, I enact it so that it has and will comply with the law of the Republic.
In the Capital Sucre, the 18 dA-as of November 1897.
SEVERE F. ALONSO