LEI OF 25 NOVEMBER
WOODEN RAIL-RAIL. Continue to apply the funds from the Church.
THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY
Art. 1.A ° The funds retained in the Bank of England, resulting from 85% of the time taken by George Earl Church, in the name of the Republic of Bolivia, will continue to apply to the construction of the ferro-lane Timber-MamorA©.
2.A ° The construction of the indicated ferro-lane will be carried out, requiring the company of the company, for the payment of the additional capital that is needed for the completion of the work, with negotiated funds
3.A ° The Government will lend its full support to the successful success of the company and will effectively recommend it to the Imperial Government of Brazil for its cooperation.
4.A ° The Executive will constitute a Ajente Diploma ¡ tico with special order to transit the pending cases before the -to England, and to reconstitute the contract, giving new scriptures in which the guarantee is to be made mainly the garanta-as to be provided by the company ± A-of Navigation or the new contractors, for the construction of the ferro-carril the way in which the undertaking must be served; the responsibility of the companies, in case the work is not carried out; the term in which the work of the railway must begin and end, and the way in which the compa communicate with the government during the operations of the company, and finally the mortgage of the Products of the rail-rail and the company of the company-a of Navigation for the amortization of the undertaking.
5.A ° For the case in which the work of the railway could not be carried out, due to the lack of additional capital or the guarantees to be provided by the new contractors, the Executive will be subject to the lei of 5 November 1873.
Communal to the Executive Branch for execution and fulfillment.
Session in Sucre, 21 November 1874.â€ "Serapio RA©yes Orta-z, President.â€" Belisario Boeto, Deputy Secretary-General Jorge Delgadillo, Member Secretary.
Government House in Sucre, 25 November 1874.
Eject. â€ "COLD TAKES.â€" The Minister of Finance " Pantaleon Dalence.