November 12 law
STAMP DUTY ON TOBACCO AND CIGARRÖS.Â€ "To be paid from 1.A January 1895.
CONSTITUTIONAL PRESIDENT OF THE REPAsBLICA,
For how much, the national congress has sanctioned the following law:
THE NATIONAL CONGRESS
ArtA-ass 1.A ° The foreign tobacco imported into the public, cigarettes and cigarettes from abroad and those manufactured in the paA-s, as the tobacco powder, the chewing tobacco, the minced tobacco and the one in the thread for smoking, are subject to the 1.A ° January next to the payment of the following stamp duty:
The foreign of chewing; 60 cents.
The chopped; in thread and powder; a Bolivian kilotgram.
Leaf cigarettes manufactured in the paA-s; the box of one hundred cigars, 20 cents.
Pure-leaf cigarettes in boxes from abroad; the hundred and two Bolivians.
Art. 2.Â ° The cigarettes produced in the paA-s and the imported ones will pay the stamp of law ad valorem, in this form: one cent for each five of the national value, and two cents the foreigners.
Art. 3.Â ° The executive may rent this tax in the form that it would create convenient, dictating the necessary regulations for the fulfillment of this law, and it would be ± by raising the fines A³ the comiso in which the offenders incur.
Art. 4.Â ° The present law will have the execution, save the international stipulations in the matter, being repealed all the provisions that are contrary to him.
Communal-to the executive branch for the constitutional ends.
National Congress session room â€ " Sucre, November 4, 1894.
Manuel O. JofrA©, hijoâ€ "S. Secretary.
Abáll Iturralde â€" D. Secretary.
L. Wheat â€ " D. Secretary.
Therefore, I enact it so that it has and will comply with the law of the republic.
Government House in Sucre, 12 November, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-four.