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H.J.Res. 396 (84th): Joint resolution to establish a national motto of the United States

The text of the bill below is as of Jul 30, 1956 (Passed Congress).


732                                             PUBLIC LiAW 8 5 0 - J U L Y 30, 1966           [70   S T ATI


                           Public Law 850                                               CHAPTER 794
   July 30,1956                                      JOINT RESOLUTION
  [H. / . Res. 317]        Designating the week of November 16 to 22, 1956, as National Farm-City Week.

                              Resolved hy the Senate and House of Representatives of the United
  National F a r m -
 City Week.
                           States of America in Congress assembled^ That the week of November
                           16 to 22, 1956, be designated as National Farm-City Week, in recog-
                           nition of the contribution American farm families have made to our
                           civilization and in order to promote better public understanding of
                           the needs, problems, and opportunities of our country's agriculture
                           and farm people, and to honor men and women who have contributed
                           to agricultural achievements and progress.
   Proclamation.              To this end the President is authorized and requested to issue a
                           proclamation calling upon the Department of Agriculture, the land-
                           grant colleges, the Agricultural Extension Service and all other appro-
                           priate agencies and officials of the Government, to cooperate with Na-
                           tional, State, and local farm organizations and other groups in the
                           several States and counties in preparing and carrying out programs
                           for the appropriate observation of National Farm-City Week, includ-
                           ing plans for public meetings, discussions, exhibits, pageants, and press,
                           radio, and television features with a special emphasis on notable
                           achievements by rural groups and individuals, local, State, and Na-
                           tional, and on the all-around enrichment of American country living
                           through adequate cultural, spiritual, educational, recreational, and
                           health facilities for both rural youth and rural adults.
                              Approved July 30, 1956.


                           Public Law 851                                              CHAPTER 795
   JiUy 30, 1956
                                                       JOINT RESOLUTION
  [H. J. R e s . 396]                   To establisli a national motto of the United States.

                             Resolved hy the Senate and House of Representatives of the United
                           States of America in Congress assembled^ That the national motto of
                           the United States is hereby declared to be "In God we trust."
                             Approved July 30, 1966.

                           Public Law 852                                               CHAPTER 802
   July 31, 1956                                             AN ACT
     [S. 3768]             To amend section 158 of the Revised Statutes of the United States, as amended,
                             so as to include the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare among
                             the executive departments there listed, and for other purposes.

                             Be it enacted hy the Senate and House of Representatives of the
  D e p a r t m e n t of
Health, Education,         United States of America in Congress assembled, That (a) section 158
and Welfare.
  Applicability of
                           of the Revised Statutes of the United States, as amended (5 U. S. C.
certain l a w s .          1), is amended to read as follows:
                             "SEC. 158. The provisions of this title shall apply to the following
                           executive departments:
                             "First. The Department of State.
                             "Second. The Department of Defense.
                             "Third. The Department of the Treasury.
                             "Fourth. The Department of Justice.
                             "Fifth. The Post Office Department.
                             "Sixth. The Department of the Interior.
                             "Seventh. The Department of Agriculture.
                             "Eighth. The Department of Commerce.