AN ACT IN RELATION TO REGISTRATION BOOKS WHICH IT IS THE DUTY OF THE GOVERNOR TO CAUSE TO BE PREPARED FOR THE USE OF THE REGISTRATION OFFICERS IN EACH ELECTION DISTRICT IN THIS STATE INCLUDING THOSE IN THE CITY OF WILMINGTON AND CERTAIN ENTRIES THEREON.
Be it enacted by the Senate and Home of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met:
Section I. That hereafter it shall not be necessary to enter the color of the person applying to be registered on the books known as Registers which it is the duty under the laws of this State of the Governor to cause to be prepared for the use of the Registration Officers in each Election District in this State, including those in the City of Wilmington for the Registration of voters, and that hereafter such Registers shall not contain columns for entries as to color.
Section 2. That after this Act becomes a law, it shall not be lawful to enter the age of any one applying to be registered on the books aforesaid in the column headed "age," but it shall be sufficient to enter that the applicant is "Twenty-one and upwards."
Section 3. That all acts or parts of acts inconsistent herewith be and the same are hereby repealed.
Approved March 14, A. D. 1901.