33A-4 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE VETERANS' HOME
SOUTH DAKOTA STATE VETERANS' HOME
Supervision of Department of Veterans Affairs.
Replacement of Board of Charities and Corrections--Effect.
Legal proceedings not affected by reorganization.
Enforcement of federal regulations--Promulgation of rules--Punishment for violation
Rules in full force and effect--Exceptions.
Local management of home by superintendent--Nominees--Duties--Qualifications
Salary and residence of superintendent.
Appointment of subordinate employees--Removal.
Suspension of member for violation of rules--Hearing before secretary of veterans
Superintendent's recommendations to secretary.
Permanent fund for use of superintendent--Authorized expenditures--Procedure.
Contributions by members--Maximum contribution required.
Payment of monthly charges by certain members.
Payment by member and spouse with specified combined assets.
Payment of maintenance charges during lifetime--Disposition of receipts.
Distribution of assets of deceased member.
Authority to turn deceased member's property over to department--Subsequent claim
Claim for maintenance of deceased member--Disposition of funds.
Claim against estate of deceased spouse or dependent.
Transfers to avoid state's claim.
Authority of secretary to administer property descending to it.
Handling personal funds of members.
Apportionment of member's income to dependents.
Veterans' home operating fund created.
Eligibility for admission to veterans' home--Residency requirement.
Admission of spouses--Conditions--Membership status not affected by death or by
marriage between members.
Admission of widows and widowers of veterans--Conditions.
Nonveteran spouse considered member.
Application for admission to home--Form and contents--False application as
Recommendation of application for admission.
Furloughs--Exceeding maximum furlough as forfeiture.
Discharge from home.
Admission of veterans with sufficient means.
Denial of admission to mentally ill, inebriate, or addicted person.
Residence of members leaving home or adjudged mentally ill.
Residence and right to vote preserved.