112.1 federal decree concerning the benefits of the city of Bern for the federal seat of July 2, 1875, the Federal Assembly of the Swiss Confederation, considering the agreement concluded June 22, 1875, subject to ratification, between the federal Council, acting on behalf of the Swiss confederation, on the one hand, and the City Council of the city of Berne, on the other hand in order to fix permanently the services of the city of Berne for the federal seat; considering the message of the federal Council on 24 June 1875, stop: 1. ratification of Confederation is given to the above-mentioned convention.
2. for the execution of the services permanently fixed by this convention, the commune of Berne is formally discharged for ever from the obligations that it has assumed on 18 December 1848 about the federal seat, under the federal decree of November 27, 1848.
3. this order shall not apply to the obligations undertaken by Berne over benefits for the Mint; on this point the agreement concluded on 4 November 1854 between the federal Council and the Government of Bern remains in force until a new arrangement took place.
4. the federal Council is responsible for the execution of this order, which is declared emergency.
RS 1 140 RS 112 FF 1875 III 634 IV 154 [RO I 47] [RO V 49] State 11. July 2006