REPUBLIC ACT NO. 3415 - AN ACT TO AMEND Sec. SEVEN, THE LAST PARAGRAPH OF Sec. EIGHT AND THE FIRST PARAGRAPH OF Sec. THIRTY-ONE OF REPUBLIC ACT NUMBERED TWO THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED EIGHTY-EIGHT
1. Section seven of Republic Act Numbered Two
thousand six hundred eighty-eight, otherwise known as the Charter of
the City of Toledo, is amended to read as follows: |
"Sec. 7. The Mayor. – The Mayor shall be the chief executive of the city. He shall be elected at large by the qualified voters of the city. No person shall be eligible for the position of Mayor unless at the time of the election he is at least twenty-five years of age, a resident of the city for at least two years prior to his election, and a qualified voter therein. He shall hold office for four years, unless sooner removed, and shall receive a salary of eight, thousand four hundred pesos per annum. The Municipal Board may appropriate such sum of money as may be necessary for the house allowance of the Mayor, not to exceed two hundred pesos monthly, or commute the same in addition to his salary."
Sec. 2. The last paragraph of Section eight of the same Act is amended to read as follows:
"The Vice-Mayor shall perform such other duties as may be assigned to him by the Mayor or prescribed by law or ordinance. He shall receive a salary of six thousand six hundred pesos per annum."
Sec. 3. The first paragraph of Section thirty-one of the same Act is amended to read as follows:
"Sec. 31. The City Fiscal and assistant city fiscal – Their powers and duties. – There shall be a city fiscal and an assistant city fiscal who shall discharge their duties under the general supervision of the Secretary of Justice. The City Fiscal and assistant city fiscal shall receive a salary of five thousand one hundred pesos and three thousand six hundred pesos per annum, respectively. The City Fiscal shall be the chief legal adviser of the city and all offices and departments thereof. He shall have the following powers and duties:"
Sec. 4. This Act shall take effect upon its approval.
Enacted, without Executive approval, June 18, 1961.