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SIXTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. II. Rss. 13-15. -1914. 77]. Whereas the American mother is doing so much for the home, the moral uplift and religion, hence so much for good government and humanity: Therefore be it Resolved by the Senate and House o£dRefwesentatives of the United States of America in Congress assemb , hat the President of the ggg§1°g’¤g’u;fi8 in United States is hereby authorized and requested to issue a roc1a— mymseermveirm. mation calling upon the Government officials to dis lay the {Tnited P""’*"· “’°"· States ilaghtgn all Government buildings, and the people of the United States to play the thi? at their homes or other suitable places, on the second Sun ay in ay, as a public expression of our love and reverence for the mothers of our count . Sno, 2. That the second Sunday in gay shall hereafter be desig- ,,,,I;f""""°“‘ °°“‘““’ nated and known as Mother’s Day, and it shall be the duty of the President to request its observance as provided for in this resolution. ' Approved, May 8, 1914. [No. 14.] Joint Resolution Authorizing the Vocatiorial Education Gommissionto Hay 8,1014. employ such sfenographic and clerical assistants as may be necessary, and so forth. , [S· I- R°“· In-} Pub. Ras., No. M. Resolved by the Senate and House 7,% Representatives of the United [ ,] States of Ammnba in Congress asse led, That the commission to t,V<»&¤¤¤s\ Edvéw consider the need and re_port a plan for national aid to vocational _`°€xp,¤,e,"'m°,fi§ri,.. education provided for m the yoint resolution approved January "°},,,, p_ ,6,, twentieth, nineteen hundred and fourteen, is furthermore authorized ' to enéploy such stenographic and clerical assistants, and to have print such of the testimony taken before the commission and reports of the commission, as the commission may deem advisable, the total expenditures of said commission not in any event to exceed the amount of $15,000 heretofore appropriated for the expenses of said commission. Approved, May 8, 1914. . 15. Join Resolution Authorizi the Secre of War and the Secre of WY 8· 191* t.hlzNN)avy lo loautequipment, for the of instrtligtion and training, to satrlilhry _.Ei.FfSJ3E1l- organizations of the American Nations Red Cross. (1’¤b· Res., No 27.1 Resolved by the Senate and House of Rrgzresentatives of the United _ States of America in Congress assembled, at the Secretary of War Rg`d”§',§§" °'°“°”“‘ and the Secretary of the avy be, and are hereby, authorize to issue, 0,S2;*;1°;'{¤Q;1j{_§g§;°’g; each at his discretion and under proper regulations to be prescribed belmnodto. by him, out of equipment for medical an other establis ments on hand, belonging to the Govemment and which can be temporarily spared, such articles as may appear to be required for instruction and ractice by organizations formed by the American National Red gross, for the pu se of rendering aid to the Army and Navy in war. mm Sec. 2. That KZ regulations prescribed by the Secretary of War R° ‘ or by the Secretary of the Navy, in fpursuance of the authority granted by section one, shall provide or the immediate return of the articles of uipment loaned the American National Red Cross B d umd when called forixby the authority which issued them; and the said °° mq ' Secretaries shall require a bond in each case, in double the value of the roperty, for the care and safe·keeping thereof and for the return of tli)e same when required. Approved, May 8, 1914.