LAW March 29, n. 9. Additions to the Forest Law January 15, 1925, n. 1. () We the Captains Regent of the Most Serene Republic of San Marino We promulgate and publish the following law approved by the Great and General Council in its session on March 29, 1952: Art. 1. To complement the Forest Act January 15, 1925, n. 1, and for the protection of works of gully reclamation, agriculture and reforestation, the bond referred to in this Law is extended to tuttele badland areas, precalanchive and soils of any nature and destination whose irrational form of use can produce damage public. Art. 2. E 'obligation to the Chair Ambulante Agriculture and Forestry Office annex, to impose, in collaboration with the Government Office Technician, to landlords and to the conductors of ravines and precalanchivi land that normal agrri works, and especially those relative to the drains of surface water, are carried out, as far as is possible, according to the technical rules must prevent that the soil loses its stability. Art. 3. The Chair Ambulante Agrarian describe briefly into the forms each appreciation of land subject to Forest constraint pecificando parcels cultivated as the work to be performed and shall provide notification to the interested parties by means of the Rangers. Art. 4. Appeals against the decisions of the Itinerant Agriculture must be brought before the Chair within 30 days of notification and sweat they will decide a Commission composed of five members appointed by the Congress of State. The Commission's decisions are final. Art. 5. Any person who contravenes the provisions of the Chair Ambulante Agriculture referred to in Articles 2 and 3 will be punished with fine from L.1.000 to L.5.000, without prejudice to the more 'serious provisions established by other laws in force, and will be shall provide compensation for any damages. Art. 6. In reforestation areas is made of grazing ban or passage; it also extended the ban on hunting, besides grazing, to the whole of Mount Titano area circumscribed by the road that leads into town from Borgo Maggiore. Violators will be punished with a fine L.1.000, without prejudice to the more 'serious provisions established by other laws in force, and will be required to pay compensation for any damage. Art. 7. The present Law comes into force on the day following that of its publication. Given at Our Residence, this day of 26 April 1952 (1651 dFR) THE CAPTAINS REGENT Domenico Morganti - Mariano Ceccoli THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR INTERNAL AFFAIRS G. Forcellini (1) Already published separately at the date of promulgation.