(1 Del. C. 1953, Sec. 601; 53 Del. Laws, c. 23.) (203)
The Department of State shall stage suitable and proper celebrations in each county of this State on the 7th day of December of each year commemorating the ratification of the federal constitution by this State. (205)
(42 Del. Laws, c. 203, Sec. 1; 29 Del. C. 1953, Sec. 3702; 57 Del. Laws, c. 608, Sec. 3B.) (206)
The following day shall be commemorated in this State by appropriate ceremonies: The first Saturday of September that is after Labor Day, known as Native American Day. (208)
(71 Del. Laws, c. 168, Sec. 1.) (209)
The following day shall be commemorated in this State by appropriate ceremonies: The third Saturday of June, known as Juneteenth National Freedom Day. (211)
(72 Del. Laws, c. 269, Sec. 1.) (212)
The following month shall be commemorated in this State by appropriate ceremonies: the month of March, known as March for the Arts in Education. (214)
(74 Del. Laws, c. 180, Sec. 2.) (215)
The following month shall be commemorated in this State by appropriate ceremonies: the month of May, known as "Melanoma and Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month." (217)
(77 Del. Laws, c. 35, Sec. 1.) (218)
The following day shall be commemorated annually in this State by appropriate ceremonies: the Friday before Mother's Day, known as "Military Spouse Appreciation Day." (220)
(77 Del. Laws, c. 214, Sec. 1.) (221)
March 30 shall be known as Vietnam Veterans Day and shall be commemorated in this State by appropriate ceremonies to honor those members of the United States Armed Forces who served in Vietnam or in the Vietnam area of operation. (223)
(77 Del. Laws, c. 475, Sec. 1.) (224)
A person of the age of 18 years or older on June 16, 1972, and any person who attains the age of 18 years thereafter, shall be deemed to be of full legal age for all purposes whatsoever and shall have the same duties, liabilities, responsibilities, rights and legal capacity as persons heretofore acquired at 21 years of age unless otherwise provided. (227)
(1 Del. C. 1953, Sec. 701; 58 Del. Laws, c. 439, Sec. 1.) (228)
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