It Determines Powers And The Functions Of The Commission Annonaria

Original Language Title: Determina I Poteri E Le Funzioni Della Commissione Annonaria

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No. 15. Law that determines the powers and functions of the Commission's Food Board. We the Captains Regent of the Most Serene Republic of San Marino availing ourselves of the faculty concesseCi by the Council of State by decision of 25 April 1944; We decree, promulgate and publish: Art. 1. The delegation of the Republic Government the most 'extensive executive powers in the field of supply and consumption on the Commission for Public Annona reserving its legislation on the requisition of food products and their price of empire. Art. 2. The Commission Food Board has the following powers: 1) Outputs ordinances for the execution of decrees giving rigua supplies and pei kinds of requisition consumption; 2) has on the census and complaints; 3) regulates and controls the prices of all commodities of common use and transportation by vehicles authorized by the State; 4) establish the Calmieri of all kinds and establishes systems, transport and supply limitations, rationing and membership; 5) shall facilitate and regulate purchases and consumption of food and goods of common use; 6) it proposes to the Government measures which, to be valid, must obtain the sanction of the legislature; 7) performs on its own initiative all the operations necessary to achieve the purposes for which it is established. Art. 3. The Commission Annonaria care aglispacci authorized distribution for the sale to the public of agricultural products, food and any goods of common use, requirements and still purchased. Art. 4. The Commission Food Board is composed of seven members appointed by the regency and appointed by the Great and General Council of which, one member is appointed by the Board, the President of the Commission: Three members are chosen among the workers; one member is chosen from among the employees; one of the traders or industrial; one of the farmers. Consultants are the Commission Annonaria Inspector Political and Presid nte del Forno and Silo. Art. 5. The management and executive powers of the Commission's Food Board shall be referred to a committee formed by the President and two members elected by the Commission itself. Art. 6. As a rule, the Commission Food Board shall meet once a month and extraordinarily whenever the President or the Executive Committee deem it appropriate. Art. 7. The Commission's Food Board reports must be submitted to the Great and General Council no later than September 30 of each year. Art. 8. For the smooth functioning and dell'Annona company managed by it, the Commission Annonaria appointment: a Director; an accountant; a Secretary; a General Warehouse; a Cashier. E 'in the Annonaria Commission the power to appoint Deputy Secretaries, junior staff and to set up branches and parish constituencies committees pel control over the execution of the measures it approved. Art. 9. The Commission Annonaria stipulates the private impego contracts with staff and working with employees: provides with the profits of the company to pay all the costs of its management. Art. 10. Special safety regulations will govern the functions and obligations of each charge with the manner and the time of service, but in the meantime it is decreed: that it is up to the Accountant to issue mandates and reversali, to control payments for each office , to compile Balance to keep current the minutes of the Commission and of the executive Committee, the letter-books, inventory, accounting and procurement requisitions, the storehouse moving, the master newspaper, the book income and expenses and so on. The Secretary has to issue and renew the supply cards in accordance with standards issued by the Office Annonario, for receiving all applications for allocations of genera and goods, on which the Commission directly pronounce Annonaria, putting its deliberations to the Secretary for implementation: to maintain an updated register of distributions and payments; to make the payments of the amounts collected at the end of each week, to the Cashier: to lend to all the administrative offices that nature in terms of procurement, requisition and discipline of consumption was referred to it by the Commission's Food Board. Storekeeper is up to the responsibility of the goods are delivered to him with the stock of invoices and must deploy based on regular orders: the good conservation of the goods: completing the storehouse movement and the tightness of the loading and unloading Book: l ' obligation to lend itself to all of magazzeno operations. Cashier must do without reversale exactions, nor payments without regular office: in cash must not hold that the sums necessary to the daily settlement, depositing surplus
the Cassa di Risparmio. Withdrawals must be authorized by the President. In a special book the Cashier must record all daily operations performed and must complete the daily and weekly situation as the Commission will have Annonaria. Art. 11. The Office and the Inspectorate dell'Edilato Politico, in all matters regarding the supplies and consumption, are in direct subordination of Annonaria Commission. Art. 12. The Decree of 28 February 1944, as establishing the Commission for Public Annona, remains in force in those parts where it did not come as amended by this Act. Art. 13. These provisions shall enter into force on giorn of their publication and replace those contained in Law 23 September 1919 which is Brogata. Given at Our Residence, this day of 27 April 1944 (1643 dFR). THE CAPTAINS REGENT Francesco Balsimelli - Sanzio Valentini THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR Giuseppe Forcellini