Text: H.J.Res.238 — 102nd Congress (1991-1992)All Information (Except Text)

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HJ 238 IH
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H. J. RES. 238
To designate October 1991, as `National Lock-In-Safety Month'.
April 30, 1991
Mr. ROSE introduced the following joint resolution; which was referred to
the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service
To designate October 1991, as `National Lock-In-Safety Month'.
Whereas professional locksmiths meet the security needs of all segments of
society and take pride in their contributions to a safe environment;
Whereas throughout history locksmithing has been a profession that requires
continuing education to keep pace with an evolving technology;
Whereas the demands of physical security in residential, commercial,
industrial, and institutional settings require dedicated professionals who work
by a code of high ethical standards to provide the best security available;
Whereas professional locksmiths continue to provide a wide range of security
products and services, including automotive products, master-keying products
and services, safes and vaults, electronic access control products, and
high-security products and services for all types of structures;
Whereas professional locksmiths in the United States are represented by the
Associated Locksmiths of America, Inc. (ALOA); and
Whereas `National Lock-In-Safety Month' will celebrate the long-standing
locksmith profession and salute those locksmith professionals who accept
the challenges of providing individuals and organizations with the security
necessary to protect their property and give them peace of mind as they go
about their daily activities: Now, therefore, be it
  Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States
  of America in Congress assembled, That October 1991, is designated as
  `National Lock-In-Safety Month', and the President is authorized and
  requested to issue a proclamation calling upon the people of the United
  States to observe such month with appropriate ceremonies and activities.

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