CHAPTER 94 - PUBLIC ARCHIVES COMMISSION RELATING TO HISTORIC MARKERS
AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE PUBLIC ARCHIVES COMMISSION TO ERECT HISTORIC MARKERS IN THE STATE OF DELAWARE.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met:
Section 1. On and after the passage and approval of this Act, the Public Archives Commission is empowered and directed to determine and select such points of historic interest throughout the State of Delaware as the Commission thinks should be marked with a suitable monument, tablet, or marker, and to design, purchase, and erect monuments, tablets, or markers which the Commission may decide to be appropriate at such points, indicating thereon the event or events commemorated and having such other suitable inscription as may seem necessary.
Section 2. The Public Archives Commission may employ such expert assistance to aid in its historical researches as it may deem necessary effectively to carry out the purposes of this Act.
Section 3. The Public Archives Commission is empowered and directed to keep in good repair all monuments, tablets, and markers erected by the Historic Markers Commission, and also all monuments, tablets, and markers heretofore or hereafter erected by the Public Archives Commission.
Approved May 11, 1937.