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THE LAWS

PASSED AT THE

Seventeenth Session

OF THE

Legislature

OF THE

STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA

Begun and held at Pierre, the Capital of said State, on Tuesday,
the Fourth day of January, 1921, and concluded

on March 4, 1921.

ALSO
The Amendments to the Constitution of South Dakota, adopted at

the General Election held November 2, 1920.

To which are added the Laws passed at the First and Second Special Sessions of the
Sixteenth Legislature of the State of South Dakota, which are reprinted
herewith, pursuant to the provisions of Joint Resolution,

Chapter 274, Laws of 1921.

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Amendments to the Constitution

Article XIII of the Constitution of South Dakota was amended at the General Election held on November 2, 1920, by adding thereto the following new sections:

Section 17. The State may establish and maintain a system of credits for assisting in the building of homes by the people of the State, and therefor may loan money and extend credit to the people of the State upon real estate security in such manner and upon such terms and conditions as may be prescribed by general law. The limitations and provisions regarding the incurring of indebtedness elsewhere found in the Constitution shall not apply to this Section, but the Legislature shall, at the time of incurring any indebtedness hereunder, provide for discharging same.

Section 18. The Legislature shall be authorized to provide by law for compensating honorably discharged soldiers, sailors, marines, and others, who have served with the armed forces of the United States, or who have engaged in war relief work in the World's War, or other wars of the United States, including former American citizens, who served in allied armies against the central powers in the World's War and who have been honorably discharged and repatriated; such compensation not to exceed the sum of fifteen dollars per month for the period of such service. For this purpose the Legislature may use the credit of the State, and any indebtedness created for this purpose shall not be a part of the indebtedness authorized or limited by other provisions of the Constitution; provided, that the amount of all indebtedness created by the State for the purposes specified in this Section shall not exceed six million dollars.

Authentication

STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA,

Department of State.

I, C. A. Burkhart, Secretary of State of the State of South Dakota, do hereby certify that the laws contained in this volume are true and correct copies of the original enrolled Bills and Joint Resolutions passed by the Legislature of this State at the Sixteenth Legislative Special Sessions, being Extraordinary Sessions begun and held at

Pierre, the Capital, on Tuesday, December 2, 1919, and concluded on Thursday, December 4, 1919, and on Monday, June 21, 1920, and concluded on Tuesday, June 29, 1920, as approved by the Governor and now on file in this office.

In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the State of South Dakota, at Pierre, this 30th day of June, 1920.

C. A. BURKHART, (Seal)

Secretary of State.

THE LAWS

PASSED AT THE

First Special Session

Of The

Sixteenth Legislature

Of The

STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA

Begun and held at Pierre, the Capital of said State, on Tuesday, December 2, 1919, and concluded on Thursday, December 4, 1919.

OFFICIAL EDITION

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