2142 JOINT RESOLUTIONS
(House Joint Resolution 44)
House Joint Resolution requesting the Governor of Maryland to ap-
point a special commission to study problems arising in the pro-
fession of cosmetology.
The Members of the General Assembly of Maryland are requesting
the Governor of this State to appoint a special commission to study
problems in the profession of cosmetology, including the professions
of hairdressing and beauty culture.
These are occupations growing rapidly in number, stature and
importance. Recently among various interested corporations there
have been diverging points of view as to the proper scope, function
and administration of the laws relating to these professions.
It would be most helpful if the Governor of Maryland appointed a
special commission to study these problems and to make recommenda-
tions to the Governor and to the General Assembly; now, therefore,
Resolved by the General Assembly of Maryland, That the Governor
of this State be requested to appoint a special commission to give
complete study and analysis to the working operation and laws of the
profession of cosmetology, including hairdressing and beauty culture;
and be it further
Resolved, That this commission, when appointed, be requested to
meet and organize promptly, and to submit the results of its findings,
together with any recommendations it may deem appropriate, to the
Governor and the General Assembly in advance of the 1964 session.
Approved May 6, 1963.
(House Joint Resolution 52)
House Joint Resolution requesting the State Roads Commission to
consider establishing a round-trip fare on the Chesapeake Bay
Whereas, The establishment of a round-trip fare for passage to
and fro across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge during a 24-hour period
would be a valuable and much needed improvement in the present
tariff rates; and
Whereas, Such a rate could be set up so that a driver crossing
the bridge both ways during any 24-hour period would be given the
same rate as that for a one-way passage; and
Whereas, This rate would be a very valuable and attractive one
for tourists who wish to see all sections of the State, for commuters
who have frequent business and social reasons for crossing the bridge
and for shoppers from the Eastern Shore who wish to visit the Anne
Arundel and Baltimore marketing area, and vice versa; and