The Authority For Establishing Independent Tourism

Original Language Title: Istituisce L'ente Autonomo Per Il Turismo

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N. 9. Law establishing the Independent Tourist Board. 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 at its meeting of 31 January 1950. Art. 1. self Tourist Board. For the increase and the regulation of tourist activities has established the Tourist Board with legal personality and autonomous management. It is composed of a Chairman, a Commission composed of 12 members appointed by the Council G. and G., all with a deliberative vote, and a right executive office by a Director. Art. 2. Entity Tasks. A Ente compete the following tasks: a) Ensure the enhancement of San Marino as a tourist center and residence doing, wherever it can be profitable, effective propaganda through the most 'modern systems (radio, distribution of various materials, advertising signs, adverts, reports and journalistic investigations); b) establish, in consultation with other relevant bodies, and subject to approval by the Government of the Republic, an adequate annual program of events that could directly or indirectly affect the increase in tourism of the Republic; then supervise the execution of these events and propagandarle effectively, both in launching it in the report; c) exercise careful control over all-local h and give the tourist industry (hotels, public exercises, performance halls, sports equipment etc.) and provide for the regulation of the prices of hotels and pensions based on a particular classification; d) manage on behalf of the Government, in conjunction with the Government Commission for Sport, also through intermediaries, government sports fields and any other tourist facilities; e) monitor the cleanliness of the streets, the aesthetics of the facades, gardening, fountains, public lighting, signaling time to time to the competent authorities for deficiencies and suggesting any corrective measures; f) exercise due control over the agencies and travel and tourism offices who carry out their activities on the territory of the Republic; g) take all actions taken in order to make the living center more 'interesting, hospitable and accessible, consequently study and enhance all forms of fast connection to major centers; h) control the management of the Kursaal, both as it relates to the exercise of the games that the exercise of all other correlative activities. Art. 3. Chairman, Commission Director. The President chairs the meetings of the Commission and is the executor of the relevant resolutions, provides for the costs of an urgent nature and leads to the subsequent approval of the Commission, is the body in relation to third in legal proceedings and in international relations. The Commission shall act on all the activities referred to it by the present law, approves the budget and the final budget. Normally it meets once a month as a result of notice of meeting containing the agenda and is reported with five days notice. It shall also meet in extraordinary session whenever the Chairman deems it appropriate or a reasoned request of at least three members. The performance of the Commission's members have honorary and gratuitous; it is for them only the reimbursement of costs they face because of their office. The Director is the technical executor of all initiatives will the President and Commission. It has to its dependencies that particularly practical and qualified staff who will need to order. In addition, he will also work as secretary of the Commission. The emoluments of the President, the Direct E personnel will be set by the Commission. Their position shall be appropriate, the organic effects to that of government officials. Art. 4. Budget, administration. The Agency must draw up every year the budget to be approved by the organs of government and that will be formed on the basis of receipts which are made: a) by an appropriate contribution from the Government; b) by any income from fees related to tourism; c) any receipts from income from events and shows. also it must screw the likely costs including: a) propaganda and advertising; b) encouragement awards for the aesthetic improvement of the living; c) manifestations of private and particular tourist value; d) costs of representation and hospitality; e) strengthening the creation and management of tourist attraction for equipment; f)
Operating office (stationery, postage, telephone, telegraphic, staff, travel expenses etc); g) reimbursement trips to directors. Accounts will be kept as required by law. The cash service must be performed by a special deputy through a local bank. The bursar's service will be disengaged from the Director. The review of the accounts and financial statements must be conducted by a panel of three auditors appointed by the Commission every year one and two, including one with the President of the College, the Government of the Republic. Art. 5. Repeal previous standards. Any previous norm issued about the establishment and functioning of organs related to tourism means repealed. Art. 6. Entry into force of the law. This Act shall come into force immediately after its legal publication. Given at Our Residence, this day of 1 March 1950 (1649 dFR). THE CAPTAINS REGENT Vincenzo Pedini - Augustine Biordi THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR INTERNAL AFFAIRS G. Forcellini