(Article 45 pertains
to the use of adhesive SELLO stamps and RECIBOS Y CUENTAS stamps.
Of Titles and Diplomas
Article 35: Royal titles;
warrants or credentials of Government employees; any authority or dignity
granted in the civil, military or ecclesiastical professions, whether payable
from the general or a municipal exchequer; and duplicates of said
documents issued at the request of the interested party, will bear
a stamp of a proportionate value to the respective annual remuneration
of salary, according to the following scale:
||Value of Stamp
|Up to 50.00
|From 50,06 to 250,00
|From 250.05 to
|From 400.05 to
|From 700.05 to
|From 1,200.05 to
|From 2000.05 to
|From 2,500.05 upwards
Article 36: The
officials, officers or corporations upon whom it devolves to issue the
titles, warrants or credentials will determine the value of the annual
remuneration or emolument, if there is no fixed salary, and will be held
personally responsible for the use of paper of the proper class and stamp.
Article 37: On paper
of the first class will be extended titles and letters of succession
to Castillian titles which include the rank of Grandee of Spain.
Article 38: Paper
of the second class will be used for: 
Article 39: Paper of
the third class will be used for:
|1st: Titles of
Knights, commanders of all orders, and those conferring any honor,
dignity or office in any department of state, and diplomas of doctors of
2nd: Title deeds
to mines, and letters patent of invention, of instruction of machines,manufacture
Article 40: Paper of
the fourth class will be used for:
|1st: Titles to
Knights of all orders.
2nd: Diplomas of
licentiates in all faculties, and those of architects and civil engineers.
3rd: Diplomas of
recorders, notaries, and solicitors of any Tribunal or
Justice Court, without regard to grade or jurisdiction.
patents of navigation.
5th: Permits to
6th: Titles, warrants
or diplomas of any other class which bear the signature of His Majesty,
and not having a stamp of greater value assigned them in these regulations.
Article 41: Paper of
the fifth class will be used for:
2: Of Licenses, Books, Accounts Current, and Other Documents
|1st: Diplomas of
2nd: Diplomas of
surveyors and veterinaries of all classes.
3rd: Diplomas for
the practice of any similar profession.
in which the
Article 42: Stamped
paper of the seventh class will be used for:
|1st: Licenses for
the use of arms; hunting and fishing; public establishments; carriages;
livery stables, etc.; this without prejudice to the collection of the taxes
established by the respective regulations for privilege of the above named
2nd: Licenses for
the construction and repairing of buildings.
Article 43: Paper of
the eight class will be used for:
|1st: Warrants issued
by Administration for the compulsory collection of taxes and public revenues.
2nd: Record books
of mercantile, insurance or any other companies established under the authority
of the Government.
3rd: Record books
of all corporations charged with any branch of the Public Administration,
when not subsidized by the State.
Article 44: Paper of
the tenth class will be used for:
of death, and copies thereof.
2nd: All memoranda,
petitions or requests presented before any authority or independent office
of the same, not judicial, and claims presented to the Government by contractors
of any kind of public works against the decisions of the Administration.
3rd: Copies of
titles and credentials certifying to any employment profession, or office,
except the certificates issued by recorders, and those issued by judicial
4th: Simple copies
of any other document which the interested parties may get out in connection
with Government business.
of matriculation, and those of approbations of incorporation in academic
proceedings for the collection of taxes and public revenues except in the
writ of order.
7th: In the records
of proceedings of government nature involving interests of private
individuals in all actions taken upon their petition. 
issued at the instance of the interested party by any official, public
office or authorized expert.
of merchandise of the ports.
It is quoted hereafter
in connection with the stamps to which it pertains.)