LAW CREATING THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FINE ARTS AND LITERATURE
Official Journal of the Federation December 31, 1946
Last reform published in the DOF on December 11, 1950
On the sidelines a seal with the National Shield, which reads: United Mexican States.-Presidency of the Republic.
MIGUEL ALEMAN VALDÉS, Constitutional President of the United Mexican States, to its inhabitants, known:
That the H. Congress of the Union has served to address the following
" The Congress of the United Mexican States, decrees:
ARTICLE 1 °.- The National Institute of Fine Arts and Literature, with its own legal personality, is created by this Law.
ARTICLE 2 °.- The National Institute of Fine Arts and Literature will depend on the Ministry of Public Education and will have the following purposes:
I.- The cultivation, encouragement, encouragement, creation and research of the fine arts in the branches of music, the arts, the arts, drama and dance, the beautiful lyrics in all their genres and architecture.
II.- The organization and development of vocational education in all branches of the Fine Arts; of artistic and literary education included in the general education that is taught in the preschool, primary, and second and normal teaching.
For the coordination, planning, organization and operation of the purpose to which this paragraph is contracted, a Pedagogical Technical Council shall be established as an organ of the Institute National of Fine Arts and Literature, which under the chairmanship of its director will be integrated with representatives of the corresponding technical dependencies of the Secretariat of Public Education and with representatives of the also technical of the Institute.
III.- The promotion, organization and dissemination of the Fine Arts, including the beautiful letters, by all means possible and oriented towards the public in general and especially towards the popular classes and the school population.
IV.- The study and promotion of the television applied to the realization, in the conduct, of the aims of the Institute.
V.- The others that directly or indirectly correspond to you in the terms of this Law and those that are applicable.
ARTICLE 3 °.- Schools, institutions and services, which the Federal Government believes in the future with similar purposes as those mentioned in the previous article, will be left to and under the Institute's dependence. Similarly, the grants awarded by the Federal Government, as well as the work which it is responsible for or sponsoring for the promotion of activities of the same nature as those under this Law are the Institute's own, shall be granted, responsible or sponsored by the latter.
ARTICLE 4 °.- The Institute, capable of acquiring and managing goods, will form its heritage with which it is listed below:
I.- With the subsidy that the Federal Government grants to you annually, through your Budget.
II.- With the budget headings of any kind that the Secretariat of Public Education will make to the date of entry into force of this Law to the functioning or sustainment of the institutions, establishments or dependencies, whose handling the The Institute is also responsible for the future of the Institute, and it must be expressly understood by the staff who currently carry out activities related to the functions provided for in Article 2 of the same Secretariat of Public Education. personnel to be assigned to such objects to the Institute.
III.- With the use of the following buildings and land, all located in the Federal District:
The new building of the National Conservatory; the totality of the land that constituted the "Club Hipico Alemán", on the Avenue of the Castle and the street of Mazarik, with an extension of fifty-three thousand square meters; the building located on the grounds above mentioned and which to date occupies the School of Dance; the building that occupies the National School of Plastic Arts in the street of the Esmeralda number 14; the Palace of Fine Arts with all its dependencies and annexes; the building of the Teatro Hidalgo, also with all its dependencies and annexes; the land occupied by the former temple of San Diego, with its annexes on the street of Dr. Mora; and all the other buildings and land that the Federal Government is destined for the Institute.
DOF Reformed Paragraph 11-12-1950
IV.- The paintings and sculptures that make up the collection of the former Academy of San Carlos, which currently depends on the Secretariat of Public Education; and those that form the collection of the Palace of Fine Arts, as well as all the paintings and objects which constitute the Museum of Popular Art; all the works of art that the State makes for the public exhibition and aesthetic diffusion.
V.- The furniture, library, instrumental, useful, etc., belonging to the schools and dependencies that will be part of the Institute.
VI.- Those acquired by the Institute by inheritance, legacy, donation or by any other title.
VII.- All other goods that the Federal Government will devote in the future to the Institute for its service.
VIII.- The product of the lease fees and prices that the Director of the Institute has before the approval of the Council establishes by: entrance to concerts and other musical, theatrical, dance, exhibitions of art collections, by rentals of theatres and their annexes or any other premises, as well as for entrance to the museums and other premises of the Institute; the one that comes from the sale of publications, reproductions, cards, etc., and the collections that correspond to it for television activities.
IX.- The product of miscellaneous revenue that any other title obtains.
ARTICLE 5 °.- None of the goods, furniture and buildings, which the Federal Government provides to the Institute and which it acquires by the means provided for in this Law, they may be disposed of, mortgaged, redeemed, exchanged, or taken into account without being subject to the laws of the matter and which govern national property.
ARTICLE 6 °.- For its operation the Institute shall be composed of the addresses, departments, technical establishments and administrative and teaching agencies that its regulations determine, and among others it shall be composed of the National Conservatory of Music, the School of Dance, the School of Painting and Sculpture, the Palace of Fine Arts, the Department of Music, the Department of Plastic Arts, the Department of Theatre and Dance, as well as the other dependencies of these genres that are created in the future.
ARTICLE 7 °.- The Institute will be governed by a Director and a Deputy Director General appointed by the C. Secretary of Public Education. A corresponding regulation and will be designated by choosing between persons who have performed in the artistic branch of their specialty work of notable importance and of superior merit. The directors, heads of department and in general the technicians of the Institute must have the same quality and will be appointed by the C. Secretary of Public Education, on a proposal from the Director General of the Institute, and must have in any case the character of trusted employees.
ARTICLE 8 °.- Staff who are not considered in the previous article and who are not part of the Secretariat of Public Education from their own budget Institute, shall be appointed by the Director General, who shall have the power to delegate this function and only to a certain class of employees in the competent technical or administrative directors.
ARTICLE 9 °.- The Director and Deputy Director-General, the technical directors, department heads and technicians that the effect will point out in the respective regulations, will constitute the Technical Council of the Institute, a body which in any case shall be chaired by the Director General.
ARTICLE 10.- The Board of the Institute will function as a Consultative Body on technical matters that are not by its nature the exclusive competence of the Pedagogical Technical Council. In addition to the functions that derive from the terms of this Law, it will have the task of formulating and proposing to the Secretariat of Public Education the annual budgets of the Institute itself.
ARTICLE 11.- The Board of the Institute shall have an obligation to meet monthly on the dates fixed by the calendar which the effect is formed, in ordinary session and in session (i) extraordinary, each time for this to be convened by the Director-General or by whom he does his or her duties, in accordance with the determination of his own Rules of Procedure.
ARTICLE 12.- The Institute's internal administration, the monitoring of its progress and the management of the offices approved by the Secretariat of Public Education will be in charge of a Head of Administrative Department, hierarchically subordinate to the Director General and shall carry out his duties in the terms that the respective regulation will prevent. The Chief of the Administrative Department shall be appointed by the Secretary of Public Education on a proposal from the Director General and shall in any case be considered as a trusted employee who must be granted bail.
ARTICLE 13.- The Institute, in its capacity as a dependency of the Federal Government, will enjoy postal and telegraphic franchising, as well as the discount that to such dependencies corresponds in the general ways of communication.
ARTICLE 14.- The goods, contributions, or liberalities that the Institute acquires or receives from institutions and individuals or foreign governments, as well as in general the perceptions that the Institute will obtain, will be exempt from the payment of all kinds of contributions, taxes or rights.
ARTICLE 15.- The Federal Government, through its Secretariat of Public Education, will assign annually to the Institute the subsidy and the necessary budget items for its operation.
ARTICLE 16.- Correspond to the Institute to award the national awards of Art and Literature currently established by the Law and those that are established of the same nature, by his own initiative or by any dependence of the State.
FIRST.- The Secretariat of Public Education, in agreement with the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit, will of course proceed to the breakdown corresponding to the items that will be allocated to the National Institute of Fine Arts and Literature, as well as to the creation of the the subsidies that are provided for in this Law for the operation of the same law.
SECOND.- Timely the Public Education Secretariat shall proceed through the corresponding conduits and with the intervention of the Master of the Ramo, which likewise under the Law corresponds, to make delivery and to put in material possession to the Institute of all movable and immovable property, collections of art, etc., which shall constitute their belongings or assets through the office or the officials who to be at the helm of the Institute are appointed.
THIRD.- This Law will enter into force from the first of January of a thousand nine hundred and forty-seven and repeals all laws and provisions that they oppose.
Gabriel Ramos Millan, S. P.- Ruben Vizcarra, S. S.- José López Bermudez, D. P.- Cesar M. Cervantes, D. S.-Rubicas. "
In compliance with the provisions of Section 89 of the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States, and for their proper publication and observance, I hereby issue this Decree at the residence of the Government of Mexico. Executive Federal, in Mexico City, D. F., at the thirty days of the month of December of a thousand nine hundred and forty-six.- Miguel Aleman Valdés.-Heading.-The Secretary of State and the Office of Public Education, Manuel Gual Vidal.- Heading.-The Secretary of State and the Office of the Treasury and Public Credit, Ramon Beteta.-Heading.-The Secretary of State and the Office of National Goods and Administrative Inspection, Alfonso Caso.-Heading.-The Secretary of State and the Office of Communications and Public Works, Agustín García López.- Heading.-Al C. Héctor Pérez Martínez, Secretary of Government.-Present.
TRANSIENT ITEMS OF REFORM DECREES
DECREE amending section III of article 4 of the Law of December 31, 1946, which created the National Institute of Fine Arts and Literature, disintegrating from its patrimony the estate Nums. 14 and 16 of the streets of Currency, in this capital.
Published in the Official Journal of the Federation on December 11, 1950
ARTICLE FIRST.- The third part of Article 4 of the Law of 31 December 1946, which was created by the National Institute of Fine Arts and Literature, is amended in the sense that is disembodied from the patrimony of that Institute, the use of the farm numbers 14 and 16 of the streets of Moneda of this capital.
ARTICLE SECOND.- Retired the use of the property in question, the patrimony of the National Institute of Fine Arts and Literature, will continue to be part of the property of public domain of the Nation, being able to the Federal Executive to allocate it to the use of the Secretariat of National Goods and Administrative Inspection, with the faculty granted to it by article 28 of the General Law of National Goods in force.
Pedro Guerrero Martínez, S. P.- Tito Ortega Sanchez, D. P.- Ruffo Figueroa Figueroa, S. S.- J. Rodolfo Suárez Coello, D. S.-Rubicas '.
In compliance with the provisions of Article 89 (I) of the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States and for their proper publication and observance, I request the present decree at the residence of the Federal Executive Branch, in Mexico City, Federal District, at the first of November of a thousand nine hundred and fifty.- Miguel Aleman.-Heading-The Secretary of Public Education, Manuel Gual Vidal.- The Deputy Secretary for National Goods and Administrative Inspection, In charge of the Office, Hugo Rangel Couto.-Heading.-The Secretary of Finance and Public Credit, Ramon Beteta.-Heading.-The Secretary of the Interior, Adolfo Ruiz Cortines.-Heading.