The charitable and penal institutions of the State of South Dakota shall consist of a penitentiary, a hospital for the mentally ill, a school for the developmentally disabled, and a reform school for juveniles. A 1944 amendment removed the School for the Deaf and the School for the Blind from the provisions in this section. A 1988 amendment changed the term “insane hospital” to “a hospital for the mentally ill.” It also changed “a school for the feeble minded” to “a school for the developmentally disabled.” Finally, the 1988 amendment added the last two words to...
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