7-16-4 Deputy for desertion and public welfare laws in large counties.
Deputy for desertion and public welfare laws in large counties.
In all counties with
a population of more than fifteen thousand as shown by the last federal census, the state's attorney
shall appoint, and the board of county commissioners must allow a proper compensation as set by
a judge of the circuit court for one deputy or limited deputy state's attorney who shall be responsible
to assist in the enforcement of the desertion and public welfare laws of this state.
Source: SDC 1939, § 12.1305 as added by SL 1963, ch 42; SL 1985, ch 50, § 2.