AN ACT TO BETTER ESTABLISH THE IDENTITY OF A RACE OF PEOPLE KNOWN AS THE OFFSPRING OF THE NANTICOKE INDIANS.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met:
Section 1. That the class of people, known as the descendants of the Nanticoke Indians, formerly of Sussex County but at present located in the several counties of this State, desiring to migrate, may appear before any Justice of the Peace or Notary Public, of this State, and on the evidence and proof that he or she belongs to or is a descendant of the Nanticoke Indians, may procure from such Justice of the Peace or Notary Public, a certificate reciting such facts.
Section 2. That after the approval of this Act the descendants of the Nanticoke Indians named in Section 1 of this Act shall hereafter be recognized as such within the State of Delaware.
Section 3. This Act shall be deemed a public Act.
Approved March 23, A. D. 1903.