North Carolina Statutes

Chapter 103 Sundays, Holidays and Special Days

  • § 103-1   Repealed by Session Laws 1951, c. 73
  • § 103-2   Hunting on Sunday
    If any person shall, except in defense of his own property, hunt on Sunday, having with him a shotgun, rifle, or pistol, he shall be...
  • § 103-3   Execution of process on Sunday
    It shall be lawful for any sheriff or other lawful officer to execute any summons, capias, or other process on Sunday. (1957, c. 1052; 1973,...
  • § 103-4   Dates of public holidays
    (a) The following are declared to be legal public holidays: (1) New Year's Day, January 1. (1a) Martin Luther King, Jr.'s, Birthday, the third Monday...
  • § 103-5   Acts to be done on Sunday or holidays
    (a) Except as otherwise provided by law, when the day or the last day for doing any act required or permitted by law to be...
  • § 103-6   Arbor Week
    The week in March of each year containing March 15 is hereby designated as Arbor Week in North Carolina. (1967, c. 39.)
  • § 103-7   American Family Day
    The first Sunday in August of each year is designated as American Family Day in North Carolina. (1979, c. 457.)
  • § 103-8   Indian solidarity week
    The last full week in September of each year is designated as Indian solidarity week in North Carolina. (1981, c. 769.)
  • § 103-9   Prisoner of War Day
    The ninth of April of each year is designated as Prisoner of War Recognition Day. (1989, c. 428, s. 1.)
  • § 103-10   Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day
    The seventh of December of each year is designated as Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day in North Carolina. (1991, c. 175, s. 1.)
  • § 103-11   Disability History and Awareness Month
    The month of October of each year is designated as Disability History and Awareness Month in North Carolina. (2007‑274, s. 1.)