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112 STAT. 1254 PUBLIC LAW 105-225—AUG. 12, 1998 PART A—OBSERVANCES AND CEREMONIES CHAPTER 1—PATRIOTIC AND NATIONAL OBSERVANCES Sec. 101. American Heart Month. 102. Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month. 103. Cancer Control Month. 104. Carl Gamer Federal Lands Cleanup Day. 105. Child Health Day. 106. Citizenship Day. 107. Columbus Day. 108. Constitution Week. 109. Father's Day. 110. Flag Day. 111. Gold Star Mother's Day. 112. Honor America Days. 113. Law Dav, U.S.A. 114. Leif Erikson Day. 115. Loyalty Day. 116. Memorial Day. 117. Mother's Day. 118. National Aviation Day. 119. National Day of Prayer. 120. National Defense Transportation Day. 121. National Disability Employment Awareness Month. 122. National Flag Week. 123. National Forest Products Week. 124. National Freedom Day. 125. National Grandparents Day. 126. National Hispanic Heritage Month. 127. National Korean War Veterans Armistice Day. 128. National Maritime Day. 129. National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. 130. National Poison Prevention Week. 131. National Safe Boating Week. 132. National School Lunch Week. 133. National Transportation Week. 134. Pan American Aviation Day. 135. Parents'Day. 136. Peace Officers Memorial Day. 137. Police Week. 138. Save Your Vision Week. 139. Steehnark Month. 140. Stephen Foster Memorial Day. 141. Thomas Jefferson's birthday. 142. White Cane Safety Day. 143. Wright Brothers Day. §101. American Heart Month The President is requested to issue each year a proclamation— (1) designating February as American Heart Month; (2) inviting the chief executive officers of the States, territories, and possessions of the United States to issue proclamations designating February as American Heart Month; and (3) urging the people of the United States to recognize the nationwide problem of heart and blood vessel diseases and to support all essential programs required to solve the problem. §102. Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month (a) DESIGNATION. —May is Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month. (b) PROCLAMATIONS. —The President is requested to issue each year a proclamation calling on the people of the United States, and the chief executive officers of each State of the United States,