AN ACT making the first day of January, and the twenty-second day of February in each year, legal holidays.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met,
SECTION 1. That from and after the passage of this act, the first day of January in each year, commonly called "New Year's Day," and the twenty-second day of February in each year, known as "Washington's Birthday," are declared legal holidays, and all the provisions of chapter 195, vol. 11, Laws of Delaware, page 357, Revised Code of 1874., entitled "an act concerning the payment of promissory notes, checks and bills of exchange" are hereby extended, and are in all cases to be deemed and taken as applicable to the aforesaid first day January and twenty-second day of February.
Passed at Dover, February 5, 1875.